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police in detroit are investigating another smash and grab rob police in detroit are investigating another smash and grab robbery. surveillance video shows thieves ramming a truck through the front of a liquor store. they all wanted cigarettes, and then they took off. with the trash. this is at least the fourth smash and grab on the city's east side over the past week. well, the next story is crazy to me. a woman who appeared on an hgtv show has an eagle-eyed viewer to thank for saving for her life. >> that viewer, a surgeon,
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happened to notice something on the woman's neck that even her own doctors missed. here's eva pilgrim. >> my name is nicole. >> reporter: that's nicole guinness featured on beach front bargain hunt. she was celebrating the end of brain cancer treatment starting a new chapter with a beach house in north carolina. but one of those viewers, dr. eric voight quickly spotted something. >> i noticed she had a lump in her neck. >> reporter: so he turned to facebook to find her. within days, this post reaching nicole who learned she had thyroid cancer. >> dr. voight saw this and brought it to my attention and now i'll be treated for it. >> reporter: and it's not the first time an eagle-eyed hgtv viewer noticed something and took action. in 2013, a nurse spotted a lump on the star of flip or flop.
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he was diagnosed and treated for cancer. as for nicole, she's optimistic. >> it's just a miracle in my opinion, that he happened to see this on television. i can't express how grateful and thankful i am. >> reporter: nicole is now busy planning her treatment with her doctors and is staying in touch with dr. voight. eva pilgrim, abc news, new york. >> they actually haven't met, but they are slated to meet at one point in the near future and come face-to-face on good morning america a little later on this morning. the most our viewers have ever noticed is that i haven't shaved. thanks. >> what is -- oh, that's just you. oh. >> not here so much. >> oh, right there. it's all right there. >> thanks, guys. when we come back, the drama and embarrassment on "the bachelorette." >> the skinny is next. nt on "the bachelorette." 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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so good. >> she's not bitter or anything, is she? of course that's the so good. >> she's not bitter or anything, is she? of course that's the bachelorette showing off her demolition skills and getting help from lil jon. >>, and there's good news, her ex, ari, hasn't filed a restraining order yet. >> it was just one of the nights when rebecca really got to know her suitors. and here with our recap is our chief senior global analyst. >> jack sheehan, analyst, becca's season of "the bachelorette," episode dieux.
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roll that beautiful bachelorette footage. 21 guys started the episode trying to win becca's heart. >> i'm not thinking too much about them, i'm just hey, becca, where's those eyes at? >> first group date of the season. becca in the dressing room with the men. >> before you put your socks on in the morning or your pantyhose or your shoes even, put confidence on. >> this guy jordan is some piece of work. more champagne, please. this obstacle course was like some weird japanese game show. >> like you got in the tub before me but got in the tub after me. doesn't make sense. we all have the same timer. some guys have to cheat. >> here we go. seemed like a smashing success. >> a great day and an even better night. >> another cocktail party. >> just doesn't come off real. >> i think he's trying to be somebody over the top and not truly who he actually is. i don't have time for that. >> are you for real, dude?
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>> some guys, they needed to start revealing things. >> that you gave me, smashes it. >> glad she knows that. >> feel threatened, physically. he was aggressive. he has no respect for you, obviously. >> this guy's got to go. >> right now probably isn't the best time trying to get to know each other right now. it's a lot to take in. >> see ya, dude. time for some dates. >> blake? >> the first one on one date of the season. >> are you guys ready? >> hell, yeah. >> yes. ♪ >> sledge hammer through the screen. must have hurt ari. this week, the kiss count stops at four! rose ceremony time. becca handing out the flowers to the men. not everybody got a rose.
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see ya, dude. some guarantees. becca means business. next week, episode three. analyst out. >> i'm finally starting to cry. >> so jordan got a rose. was it the speedos that did it? >> the speedo didn't hurt, i'm sure. >> are those really speedos? >> you asked for it. you called for that video. we're going to bring it up. >> ah, and poor lincoln. lincoln got, like, a kiss at least. a lot of the brothers got a kiss. >> kiss count to four. >> how long did the speedos go on? >> the speedos are really popular. >> how cold is it in that house? >> it's about time more men start wearing speedos. women have had to wear such little clothing for so long a time. i think it's fair that the men on the bachelor -- >> the time's up. >> time's up, everyone.
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>> oh, we're out of time right now. too bad. >> they didn't like that. next, this is huge movie news. reese witherspoon finally is making a next installment in the "legally blond" movies. >> elle woods will be back on the big screen in no time. >> bring back elle! there's another spinoff movie and even a broadway musical. but reese was the original elle and the only elle i choose to acknowledge. >> really? not "elle" magazine? >> elle woods for life. if you've ever seen lionel messi play, you'll know why he's considered the greatest of all time or goat. >> which is why a photographer came up with the idea of shooting the goat messi with an actual goat.
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bonus round. >> bonus round with a specialist bonus round. >> bonus round with a specialist of celebrities who apparently never heard about that whole death and taxes thing. >> that's right. few things in life are certain, but actor chris tucker owing back taxes has become a certainty. >> after settling his giant federal tax bill, he still owes california a pretty penny. he landed at this top of our list of celebrity offenders. he allegedly owes california more than $1.2 million. >> wow. >> that's a pretty penny. >> this just in, there will be a "rush hour" sequel. next, tori spelling and daughter of one of the biggest tv producers of all time, aaron spelling, who made millions and
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millions of dollars. she's been doing some reality tv work lately but apparently not paying up. she and her husband, dean mcdermott, owe $282,000 in back taxes. >> ooh. also on the list, soul singer, macy gray. she owes $240,991. >> the california tax man hasn't forgotten about her. >> or that $1 at the end. they really are sticklers. >> or from empire. $231,579. he's short about $9. but let's remember the good times when exhibit hosted "pimp my ride." those were the days when mtv did music. >> what? mtv? >> what is mtv? a bunch of actors crashing a
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wedding in miami beach. jeremy renner was playing a game of tag when he was caught by the best man in the middle of his speech. >> once they realized that hawkeye from avengers had stumbled in wearing a hideous shirt, he called in his buddies whom he was playing tag with, his co-stars from the movie "tag", jon hamm. you wonder why he went into the wedding in the first place, the answer is obvious, free promotion for their movie. and if you needed another reason to love mariah carey, here's one. she bathes in milk. >> this mental image is too good. when asked about her beauty regimen, she didn't want to reveal too many details, but she did reveal that she keeps the milk cold, not warm. >> ah. that's a question, though, is it skim? 2%? >> chocolate milk.
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>> goat milk?
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good morning, i'm kendis gibson. >> i'm maggie rull good morning, i'm kendis gibson. >> i'm maggie rulli in for diane macedo. here are some of the top headlines we're following this morning on "world the president has called off a white house celebration for the philadelphia eagles, acknowledging that only a few players had said they would attend. he is citing the dispute over the players' right to take a knee during the national anthem. we'll have a full report up next. president trump's former campaign chairman is accused of trying to tamper with witnesses. paul manafort is awaiting trial on tax and lobbying charges. the special prosecutor's office says his house arrest should be modified or revoked. voters in eight states go to polls today to choose candidates for the november elections. key states to watch are new jersey, iowa and california.
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and the washington capitals are a win away from triggering a big party in the dmv, d.c.'s hockey team rolled a six against vegas, to take a commanding lead in the stanley cup finals. those are some of our top stories on this tuesday, june 5th. from abc news, this is "world news now." and good morning, everybody, on this tuesday. we are going to start this half hour with president trump reviving his battle with the nfl. >> scrapping the white house celebration for the philadelphia eagles just hours before the event. >> only a handful of players from the super bowl-winning team had planned to attend, while others were boycotting referring to the nfl policy. the president tweeted, staying in the locker room for the playing of our national anthem is as disrespectful to our country as kneeling. abc's brad mielke looking into this.
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>> hey, guys, coming at you here from the "start here" studio. this was already a controversial move. the eagles are considered one of the most outspoken teams. with the prospect of some players skipping the event the white house pulled the plug. karen travers covers the white house and happens to be the most diehard eagles fan at abc news. i asked her, what would this event look like? >> perhaps the eagles would come down and you'd see some players make a political statement with the president, that maybe the whole team would show up and take this as an opportunity to do something there, behind the president, and maybe that's raising a fist or taking a knee. >> and the white house says it is still holding an event for eagles fans. they're calling it a celebration for america. you can hear how bummed karen travers was to miss her eagles at the white house on "start here" later this. check it out on apple podcast or your favorite podcast app. >> karen travers, one of the biggest eagles fans around that i know of.
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>> sorry, karen. in the meantime, the philadelphia mayor jim king said the president's disinviting shows he's not a fan but an ego maniac afraid to throw a party that no one will attend. >> he took one step further, comparing the inauguration to the eagles' victory parade with the caption, our party was bigger than yours. >> philadelphia, the city that loves you back. turning now to the ruling from the supreme court in a closely-watched case that pitted a colorado baker against a gay couple. >> the court overwhelmingly sided with the baker who refused to make a cake for the gay couple. here's pierre thomas. >> reporter: protests on the steps of the supreme court after a ruling in favor of a colorado baker, who turned away a gay couple. jack phillips had refused to design a cake for a same-sex
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wedding, arguing it would violate his religious beliefs as a christian. >> it's not just a cake. this is a religious ceremony that goes in direct conflict with my faith. >> reporter: charlie craig says they left the cake shop in 2012 devastated. >> i was shocked. neither one of us had ever been treated this way before at a business. >> reporter: the colorado civil rights commission found that phillips had violated state laws against discrimination, but the supreme court took issue with commissioner describing phillips' beliefs as irrational. gay rights activists taking comfort in a limited decision. >> it was a very narrow decision that only applies to the unique facts of this particular case. in no way did the supreme court undermine our nation's civil rights laws.
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>> reporter: the nation's views on same-sex marriage evolving. the most recent abc news poll that found 81% of americans said companies should not be allowed to refuse service to gays and lesbians. the fundamental issue is left unresolved. and there's a case involving a florist refusing service to a same-sex couple that the supreme court could decide to take up as soon as next fall. pierre thomas at the supreme court. now to the first sighting of melania trump in nearly a month. she walked into a ceremony for military families with the president at her side. she tweeted after the event, her absence has sparked wild speculation. and her office announced that this week what she will not, that she will not join the president for two major summits as well. the death toll from the guatemalan volcano eruption keeps rising and stands at nearly 70, but officials warn it
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will go much higher. many were buried in rocks when fuego erupted sunday morning. >> reporter: the urgent search for survivors continues in guatemala. >> oh, my god. >> reporter: the el fuego volcano erupting sunday, spewing rock and ash, lava barrelling down the side of the volcano upwards of 100 miles per hour at temperatures of 1300 degrees. panicked residents, even police desperately trying to escape. the death toll is staggering. more than 65. that number is expected to rise. we lost three of our family members. my two brothers and my nephew. but there are signs of hope. rescuers still finding people alive, pulling them from the ash. including miraculously, this baby, wrapped in a blanket. as others begin the long cleanup process. sweeping layers of ash away from homes, driveways and rooftops. how many hours have you been
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cleaning up? you've been cleaning for 12 hours? >> si. new stories are coming out from the florida high school shooting in february. a campus monitor says that he knew as soon as he saw him that the accused shooter was troubled. the south florida sun sentinel paper received the statement. but he hesitated to use an emergency code, because he had been told not to use it unless he saw a gun or shots were fired. the sheriff's deputy on duty at the time says he is haunted by the attack. scott peterson was branded a disgrace and fired. he says he cleared kids out of the courtyard, but even he wonders what he could have done more.
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in the meantime, survivors from that south florida high school are going on speaking tours this summer. the two tours will be called march for our lives, road to change. one group will travel through florida. the other will visit 20 states. they are calling for changes in gun laws and behavioral health. dwight clark died monday after a year after declaring he had lou gehrig's disease. spent nine seasons in the nfl, said publicly playing football might have caused his illness. his big moment came right there in the 1991 nfc game. that fingertip catch sent san francisco to t super bowl and launched the 49ers dynasty. he was 61. former president george h.w. bush has been discharged from a hospital in maine where he'd been treated for more than a week for low blood pressure. he has been in and out of
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hospitals in the last few years with various health problems. include two stays last year with pneumonia. apple has unveiled the latest software for its mobile devices, ios 12 with exciting new features. front and center among the upgrades is a suite of tools to help users curb their addiction to their iphones and ipad. this includes a limiter that will cut you off. you see the ceo there, tim cook, making the announcement yesterday in the san francisco area. so the new operating system will also allow you to create your own animoji that looks just like you. the release date for ios 12 will likely be this september. facebook is facing new scrutiny over privacy. the "new york times" is reporting that over the past decade, facebook struck deals with more than 60 phone and device makers, granting them access to vast amounts of its
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users' personal information. those companies include apple, blackberry, microsoft and samsung. facebook says it's starting to wind down those partnerships. you any. -- you think? losing sleep could negatively impact a country's economy. >> okay. so a new australian study finds inadequate sleep and the related health issues cost that country an estimated $45 billion. that works out to more than $6,000 per person. researchers factored in hospital care, workplace injuries, premature death and other categories. >> love hearing about that. >> yeah. we are, we are -- >> it's fine. we'll be fine. well, a south korean man has found his lifestyle inspiration in maybe a surprising source. it's in north korean leader kim jong un. >> yeah, so here he is. he says that he's seen kim's picture, makes him motivated to
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work out. he told reporters simply, kim jong un is a heavy person, so when he works out, he keeps a picture of the north korean leader nearby. >> he goes on to say that more recent images of kim have made him think the dictator is a nice man. however, he says every time i see this poster, it stimulates and pushes me, because being this heavy means you have potential diseases. that's a very literal motivation. >> he's fat shaming kim jong un. >> how depressed would you be if someone said they put up a poster of you. it really motivates me to work out, because the love handles, you know? >> those people are called my exes. they exist. coming up, what the fbi is now saying about the dancing agent after his gun fell and misfired. and a trendy new pair of slimming jeans that claim to make you look 11 pounds lighter. could be good for you, kendis, >> what? >> but how do they work? you're watching "world news now." what? >> but how do they work? you're watching "world news now."
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>> reporter: a man showing off his dance moves in front of a denver nightclub crowd until he goes for a back flip and his gun goes off, the bullet striking an innocent bystander. >> i grabbed his thigh and yelled someone call 911. >> reporter: you see that muzzle flash. >> it was very traumatic for us. i thought my fiance got shot. i was panicking. i realized it wasn't him, i was panicking. there was a man covered no blood. >> reporter: denver police say the man whose gun fired was a fbi agent. he casually walks away. >> at no point did i see anyone trying to fess up to what had happened. as far as i'm concerned, he made
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no effort whatsoever to take care of the victim. >> reporter: police say charges are possible against the agent, and they're waiting on lab results to tell them if he had been drinking. >> the protocol is not to bring a gun in on your person if you are going to be drinking. and the most important thing to do is ensure that your gun is secured. >> reporter: the shooting victim is expected to be fine. and the fbi says it will hold the agent accountable. kendis and maggie? >> the video doesn't tell the whole story. he knows his gun goes off, but he's like -- >> wasn't me. wasn't me. >> free drinks for the guy who got shot. hopefully doesn't include shots of anything. getting into them jeans. a new brand claims you look ten pounds thinner without breaking the bank. >> where do we sign up? >> let's hope that's true. you're watching "world news now." >> let's hope that's true.
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♪ day or night ♪ jordache has the fit that's right ♪ ♪ you've got the look ♪ that's all together ♪ workin' ♪ playin' ♪ day or night ♪ jordache has the fit that's right ♪ >> so that was a thing. if you want the look then you've come to the right place, baby. because there's a super trendy new pair of slimming jeans that are actually comfortable to wear. >> and although they're no jordache, the company claims they make you look 11 pounds lighter. we'll try them on in just a minute. but first, eva pilgrim. >> reporter: what's the secret to a great pair of jeans? >> does my butt look good? >> they're stretchy, i can wear them to work, wear them out. >> reporter: but finding the perfect pair is pretty impossible. >> i'm pretty short, so finding
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the perfect length of jeans is hard sometimes. >> reporter: now a new kind of jean could be the denim of your dreams without breaking the bank. they're called chuu-5 k jeans. they are all the rage in asia. they run about $25 to $50 and supposedly make you look 11 pounds thinner. >> i don't necessarily think you look 11 pounds lighter, i hate to burst everybody's bubble, but they have a slenderizing effect. >> reporter: that by a couple of design issues, like the material, the elastic waist band and the yoke. the line that runs along the upper backside. >> sometimes you'll get one like a hard v like the peach emoji, but this is a soft v and that is the most flattering for most women's tush. >> but do these jeans live up to
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the hype? i traded my favorite denim for the minus 5k jeans. >> your stomach looks so flat. >> reporter: i just ate lunch and had pizza. we asked staffers to give them a go. >> do you feel like it sucks in a little bit. >> the waist i definitely like. >> i like the length a lot, actually. >> reporter: but not everyone was convinced. >> i don't think i'd buy them, actually. there's so much extra space in the crotch area. >> reporter: producer alexis says they're a great every day jean. >> how do i look? i feel like, i feel like i'm really rockin' this right now. >> you're completely rockin'. >> what do you think, 11 pounds lower? >> yeah, definitely. i tried to squeeze into mine. >> kendis, yours are smaller than mine are.
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we have to blur some of it. >> i can't breathe. >> stand behind my. oh, my, i'm sorry, viewers. shield the childrens' eyes. test. test.
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tampax pearl and pearl active. for up-to 100% leak-free work outs. ♪ so we're back with a really, ♪ so we're back with a really, extremely tight jeans. we haven't been able to breathe since. basically what happened. okay, so real science here. real scientific research here. scientists have found that sex with robots is actually, is actually healthy. there's no evidence that sex with robots is healthy. they've looked into this. this is a scientist in britain looked into it. they looked into the medical literature for reports concerning the aspects of sex robots. >> the real question is, who was involved in this study? would you sign up for this study? >> i would not sign up for this
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study. they said we advise sex bots should not be used in medical practice as well. >> good to know. >> sex robots. now we're movin' on to the moon where we have 4k imaging of the moon. 3k just wasn't enough. you take a tour. there you have it. the moon. >> but the cool thing about it, you can see where they landed way back when, the apollo astronauts. in 4k. that's awesome. >> do you see -- >> i'm geeking out. >> you are geeking out. >> if you believe that we landed on the moon. >> i mean, i don't see any signs -- >> some 50 years ago next month. big anniversary coming up. let's go to africa right now, and a small asteroid explode over botswana, look at that.
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>> oh, my gosh, this is crazy. >> here's the deal. the asteroid was only spotted, only a few hours before it made it to earth. over the weekend, a space rock which scientists have named 2018 la, it was visible for a little while. and nasa were tracking these sort of things. and they do track asteroids, but they did not track that one until -- >> they were not ready for that one. >> which means we're all in trouble. now we go to drone guy. this guy was so desperate to save his drone, he breaks out into an all-out sprint, but this wasn't just ten yards, 100 yards. he had to compete with a lake! you see the drone getting closer, closer and closer to the water. he has to swim. this drone is about to drown, but thanks to this man and his
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this morning on "world news now," victory party canceled. >> a heads up to any eagles fans planning to attend the this morning on "world news now," victory party canceled. >> a heads up to any eagles fans planning to attend the celebration at the white house. the team won't be there. the president canceled the eagles' visit even before telling the team. but is this really about national anthem protests as the president says? players are weighing in overnight. also breaking overnight, the first lady makes her first public appearance in nearly a month and is tweeting about it. plus, the possible medical break through. a woman with advanced breast cancer given years to live is completely cleared and doctors anyone up for a swim? this guy is. he lt japa n francisco.s to get there. it's tuesday, june 5th.
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from abc news, this is "world news now." >> why? why would you do that? >> i'm sure it's refreshing. >> the water feels -- >> you get to see the wildlife, like sharks. >> yes, yes, yes. there's a lot of plastic in the ocean, so you can float on different things along the way. we'll break down the psychosis on all that a little later on. but we're going to start with that victory party a little deferred. the president faced with the optics of a celebration with very few in attendance, abruptly calling off the invitation for the eagles. >> most of them planned to yct d a ceremony in honor of troops. one player fired back tweeting, it's a cowardly act to cancel the celebration because a
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majority of people don't want to see you, to make it about the anthem is foolish. >> it is reported that less than 10 members of the eagles were going to attend the white house ceremony. and last year the nba champion golden state warriors declined to attend a white house ceremony and visited the national african-american museum instead in d.c. and several members of the 2017 super bowl champion new england patriots also boycotted their white house tribute as well. so it's -- >> hard to ignore that number, ten players. >> it's a sad thing when it's this is what has come to sports. it used tootatter the pay affiliation or anything like that of the president. teams still loved the honor to go to the white house where there's celebration. >> but now that's become political. >> that's become political as with everything in america. also at the white house, a glimpse of first lady melania trump for the first time in more than three weeks.
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>> she attended an event to honor military families. this was taken by an attendee. she was treated for a kidney condition. photos showing her seated in the front row. hard to get a good glimpse, but you do see her next to the president. tweeted photos showing her seated in the front row. hard to get a good glimpse, but you do see her next to the president. the president is adding fuel to the debate about his constitutional powers as his legal team insists he cannot be prosecuted for any crime while in office. the president weighed in on twitter, claiming he could indeed pardon himself. jonathan karl has more. >> reporter: defiant, president trump declared himself effectively immune from prosecution, tweeting, i have the absolute right to pardon myself, but why would i do that when i've done nothing wrong. >> later white house press secretary sarah sanders refused to rule it out. >> thankfully, the president
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hasn't done anything wrong and won't have any need for a pardon. >> reporter: but has he ruled out that? does he rule out ever issuing a pardon for himself? >> once again, thankfully the president hasn't done anything wrong and wouldn't need to do one. >> reporter: and grassley scoffed at the idea. >> if i were the president and had a lawyer that said i could pardon myself, i think i'd hire a new lawyer. >> reporter: the president's own lawyer, rudy giuliani, calls the idea of trump pardoning himself unthinkable. adding it would likely lead to immediate impeachment. the pardon idea was floated in a january letter from the president's legal team to special counsel robert mueller. the letter also offered a new explanation for donald trump jr.'s initial misleading statement about his meeting at trump tower with a lawyer he was told had dirt on hillary clinton. back then sanders said he wasn't
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responsible for his son's words. >> he certainly didn't dictate, but he weighed in. >> reporter: but the letter from the president's legal team says he dictated a short response. >> what is it? >> i'm not going to respond to a letter from the president's outside counsel. >> reporter: giuliani says the conflicting accounts is one reason why the president is unlikely to sit for an interview with the special counsel. >> our recollection keeps changing. >> reporter: the justice department is on record taking the exact opposite position from the president about whether he has the right to pardon himself. it's an office of legal counsel opinion that goes back to august of 1974, just days before richard nixon resigned. and in that opinion, the justice department said that the
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president likely does not have the power to pardon himself. jonathan karl, abc news, the white house. >> sounds like some school kids there in the background visiting as well. in the meantime, paul manafort may be heading to jail. the special prosecutor's office says manafort tried to tamper with witnesses in his federal tax and lobbying case. the prosecutors want a federal judge to revoke or revise his house arrest while he waits trial. he allegedly tried to message and call contacts after charges were filed against him in february. he has denied the overall allegations and pleaded not guilty. the death toll from the guatemala volcano eruption stands at 69 and is expected to go higher. soldiers are helping pull bodies from the rubble. it's hard to identify the victims because their bodies have been so badly burned. ash and rocks hit the villages. one man escaped with his wife and daughter but had to leave two other children behind. and in hawaii, lava has now
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destroyed at least 117 homes and threatens another 500 more. thousands have been forced to evacuate for possibly months. a man who allegedly killed six people has ended a standoff with police by apparently killing himself. killing himself. police say 56 year old dwight jones died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. here's matt gutman. >> reporter: five days of fear in scottsdale ending with tactical teams swarming this hotel. >> we have the hotel locked down and there's been shots fired. >> reporter: dwight jones was barricaded and armed. it's still very much an active area, and they're telling us to pull back. obviously, whatever has happened in there is still going on. >> there's shots on the interior of the unit. >> we heard shots fired, we were standing in front of the building and ran over here. >> reporter: when officers
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finally gained entry into the room, jones was dead, but not before jones had managed to claim his last two victims. an elderly couple near scottsdale. >> and recently confirmed additional victims out of fountain hills. we're waiting for next of kin notification. >> reporter: he was targeting lawyers and mental health workers involved in his divorce. jones began his murder spree thursday, shooting dr. steven pitt, at that point, all authorities had to go on was this sketch. pitt was a renowned clinical psychiatrist who provided expert testimony on high-profile cases like the jonbenet ramsey case. and two paralegals jones is suspected of killing next worked at the law firm that represented his wife. 24 hours after that, then marshall levine killed at his place of work. he shared an office with one of
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jones' therapists. there are hundreds of potential suspects. but with each murder, police were able to narrow it down using ballistics. they finally confirmed it was jones through dna matching. the big question, did he have a hit list? matt gutman, abc news, scottsdale, arizona. doctors in maryland are reporting a worldwide first. a woman cleared of cancer by her own immune system. the groundbreaking treatment harnessed the power of her own immune system. she had been given three years to live. but experts caution that the treatment has only proven itself in one woman. more clinical trials are needed to see how effective the therapy could be in other cancer patients. saudi arabia is another step closer to seeing ladies take the wheel for the first time in decades. they issued driver's licenses to ten women.
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all have licenses in other countries, including the u.s. the 28-year ban on female drivers goes away june 24th. if you are down in the dumps, the next story will make you realize life can always get worse. >> he said dumps. it's a give away, everybody. i knew it, and i couldn't help myself. >> some western canada residents say it wasn't raining pennies. it was human feces that fill from the sky. -- fell from the sky. two victims were sitting in their car with the sunroof open when the not-so purple rain came down. >> was is something someone ate? whatever. authorities say it all came from a plane, of course, which likely had a bathroom malfunction. >> oh, this is so unfortunate. >> the authorities are looking into it. yeah. okay.
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>> what do you say after that? human feces fell on you from the sky. >> you know you're having a bad day. >> they say bird poop's good luck. not an expert in that kind of good luck. i'll take bad luck. >> me too. coming up, you can watch people do a lot of things online, but some of the hottest videos right now might be the most wholesome. watching people study. but first, bill clinton talks about the lewinski scandal in light of the me too movement. he's asked if he ever apologized. you're watching "world news now." ologized. you're watching "world news now." apologized. you're watching "world news now." if you're age 50 to 85, and looking to buy life insurance on a fixed budget, remember the three p's. what are the three p's? the three p's of life insurance on a fixed budget are price, price, and price. a price you can afford, a price that can't increase, and a price that fits your budget.
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a deadly a deadly building collapse in philadelphia is under investigation. a worker was killed monday when part of the building that was being demolished came down. a second worker was able to escape. the tragedy came the day before the remembrance of an another building which collapsed in the city which left six people dead. bill clinton has ignited a fresh firestorm over comments about monica lewinsky. >> he was asked if he owed her an apology, and his roundabout response was no. >> reporter: bill clinton speaking about monica lewinsky for the first time since the me
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too movement gained momentum. the former president says he does not feel more responsibility for his affair with the intern. >> i felt terrible then and i came to grips with it. >> did you ever apologize to her? >> yes. and nobody believes that i got out of that for free. i left the white house $16 million in debt. >> reporter: clinton was asked whether he ever personally apologized to lewinski. >> i apologized to everybody in the world. >> but you did not apologize to her. >> i did not talk to her. >> do you feel -- >> no, i have never talked to her. but i did say publicly on more than one occasion that i was sorry. >> it is important to me that everybody who has been hurt know that the sorrow i feel is genuine.
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first and most important, my family. monica lewinsky and her family. >> reporter: he is now on a publicity tour promoting his new novel with best-selling author james patterson. and when he was asked if he owed lewinski a private apology, patterson jumped in. >> i think this thing is,it's 20 years ago. come on, let's talk about jfk, lbj, stop already. >> reporter: lewinski tweeted that she was grateful for the myriad of people who helped her and helped her gain perspective. she called her affair with the former president a gross abuse of power. the president says he likes the me too movement even though he doesn't agree with everything in it. you saw him in that clip. he's clearly very frustrated by the fact that this me too movement has reignited questions about his 20-year-old scandal, questions that probably aren't going away anytime soon. cecelia vega, the white house. >> tough time to do a book tour. coming up in our next half
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hour, how a guest on a home improvement show may have received life saving advice from a tv viewer who spotted something from home. and the guy who refuses to acknowledge improvements to overseas transportation. the epic journey begins next on "world news now." somehow we always leave packing to the last minute. guys, i have a couple of things to wash. we got this. even on quick cycle, tide pods cleans great. 10x the cleaning power, even in the quick cycle. it's got to be tide.
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now i hear you are in the pacific? >> that's right. >> isn't water water? yeah. yeah. >> my first words, my first now i hear you are in the pacific? >> that's right. >> isn't water water? yeah. yeah. >> my first words, my first words were never again. and then a few months after, i need to go back. it's something i need within me. >> that's ben laconti there after swimming in cape cod to france. >> now he lives in texas and has begun that new challenge he told oprah about. >> he left a beach in japan a few hours ago, here it is. on a swim that will keep him at sea for six months. if all goes well, he will reach san francisco bay by november.
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>> just a quick trip. >> yeah. >> he'll also be facing huge waves. he's going to swim through the great pacific garbage patch and an area of trash bigger than texas. also a great white shark migration zone. >> he'll swim eight hours a day, covering about 40 miles of ocean, consume 8,000 calories a day. >> i like that diet. >> he'll start swimming in the exact spot that he left off the day before. >> along with him are six crew members on a 67-foot sailboat. and on a slick video before the journey began, he talks about why. >> it has never been done to collect data from one end of the ocean to the other.
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i have been training, eating, sleeping that idea, now it's reality. >> more about the sharks. >> yes, more sharks. >> he says his biggest concern is cold water, not sharks. >> he should be afraid of the sharks. ben's team is doing a lot to protect against him getting eaten. he's wearing a bracelet that creates a magnetic shield to repel sharks. and also an electric shield to ward off sharks. fingers crossed. >> let me know if that works out for you. today's departure from japan has been 20 years in the making but he has seriously been planning for six years. his son and daughter will join him for the final few yards of the swim in san francisco bay. not bad. >> he's been planning this for so long. we'll show you the costco bill for six months of supplies. that's like a cvs receipt.
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time for the time for the mix on a tuesday, and i got to tell you, i got to scratch my head at what the new fascinating thing for people online is all about. >> you don't get it? >> no. so they're videos of people just watching people, or people who are just being excited by and watching other people study. >> that's it. that's the punch line. it's this. >> or just the tutorials. just simply people studying. apparently. >> is this highlighting? taking notes?
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>> uh-huh. >> is this riveting to anyone? please let us know. >> the whole fad is coming into play because a lot of students are wrapping up their high study season with their final exams and maybe some people need a study buddy, but these videos are what people are watching. >> does it give you comfort, if you're working at home, does this make you feel better about yourself? >> that stresses me out. anyway, all right. all right, well, our next up in the mix, a delivery guy hero. are you afraid of spiders or insects of any kind? would you be willing to ask a delivery man, pay him $17 to come to your house and kill a spider for you? >> is that what happened? >> that's exactly what happened. this 22-year-old, spent $17 on a kfc order and asked them to send someone who wasn't afraid of spiders. he showed up. he was afraid of spiders, but after she begged him, he got rid of the spider. not everyone wears capes. >> not every hero wears a cape. not at all.
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now to this psychic cat. you know the world cup coming up in a couple weeks out of russia, and this cat, achilles, is trained, mind and body here for the role of world cup psychic. so it will be trained as a cat to, cat psychic to predict the winners and losers of the world cup tournament, of course that's kicking off on june 12th. the predecessor, the octopus, 2010, he predicted the correct outcome of germany's -- >> i believe cat's psychic. now another cute animal video. this is a baby panda. he's so cute. look at him. he's 2 years old. he lives in china. and his keeper's trying to get awake, he can't even right now.
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this morning on "world news now," the death toll is climbing this morning on "world news now," the death toll is climbing in that devastating volcano eruption in guatemala. clouds of ash cover the area. many for their lives. rescue teams are searching frantically for survivors. our team is also on the ground. also breaking overnight, possible new trouble for paul manafort. the special counsel is accusing him of tampering with witnesses and he may be headed to jail. an incredible real-life tv diagnosis. >> a doctor watching tv noticed something on this woman's neck and launched an all-out search to find her and he did. >> don't ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever come by here, okay? >> okay?
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that may have worked for chris tucker friday, but in real life, there's someone else after him. the irs. find out which celebrities owe the most in "the skinny," on this tuesday, june 5th. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> not an a-list you want to be a part of in hollywood. >> they will find you. >> yeah. >> especially if you are a movie star. >> wesley snipes is like hold my beer. they will come for you. but we are going to start this half hour with our neighbors to the south of us in guatemala. >> the el fuego volcano erupted. wiping out villages. firefighters are working and pulling bodies out of the rubble. officials warn some of the victims may never be identified. >> death toll stands at at least 69. quite a number of others have
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been injured. these numbers are sure to rise. victor oquendo is there. >> reporter: this is the scene of unimaginable horror in guatemala. panicked residents running for their lives. thick ash plumes descending on whole villages, taking over the roads, the trees, the sky. here, officers race to escape the eruption. their vehicle becomes enveloped in ash. lava begins barrelling down the side of the volcano, families saying they had little warning to get out. >> translator: we were suffocating, couldn't breathe. >> reporter: rescue crews in the dark helping wounded get to safety. this family of six escaping by helicopter. other families not as lucky. so many scenes like these. whole villages blanketed by ash.
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the homes, cars, frozen in time. the death toll staggering, more than 60. for those that made it out, many are living in pas. in this shelter, children are hooked up to oxygen tanks. so many still in shock. children left to sleep on the floor. we lost three of our family members, he says. but there are signs of hope. rescuers still finding people alive, hauling them from the ash, including miraculously, this baby wrapped in a blanket. one rescuer passing the baby to another before going back in to search for other survivors. rescue missions under way. abc news, guatemala city. >> our thanks to victor oquendo there. and in southern california another concern, a fast-moving fire. >> the stone fire has burned 1400 acres and is about 30% contained.
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evacuation orders in the area have been lifted. no injuries or structure damage reported. the prosecutor's office is accusing paul manafort of witness tampering. the high-powered lobbyist has been under house arrest as he awaits charges. manafort tried to contact two witnesses almost as soon as he was indicted. they want his house arrest revised or revoked. president trump is touting expansive constitutional powers, tweeting that he has the absolute right to pardon himself, but he added, why would i do that when i've done nothing wrong. his press secretary said there would be no need for a pardon but refused to rule it out. and last night rudy giuliani refused to explain why he could shoot james comey and not be charged. >> the president can't be prosecuted for anything. there's a constitutional remedy for that. and that would be ridiculous.
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it was a hypothetical that you would entertain in law school. totally ridiculous. almost every head of state has the same immunity. >> the president tweeted that the justice department's appointment is totally unconstitutional. first lady melania trump has finally made an appearance. she showed up at a white house ceremony for military families. she was last seen may 10th before she was hospitalized for a kidney condition. at last night's event the president joked about rumors that they were breaking up. the supreme court has handed a victory to a baker who refused to bake a wedding cake for a gay couple.
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the court sided with jack phillips. justice kennedy took on what he called hostility on the part of colorado commissioners who described phillips' beliefs irrational. and offensive. but activists are calling it a narrow decision. >> it was a very narrow decision that only applies to the unique facts in this particular case. in no way did the supreme court undermine our nation's civil rights laws. >> so get this. this decision still doesn't fully resolve the question of whether businesses can refuse service to same-sex couples based on religious objections. there is another case involving a florist and another same-sex couple that could end up before the supreme court as soon as next fall. today is primary day in eight states. voters go to the polls in alabama, california, iowa, mississippi, montana, new jersey, new mexico and south dakota.
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>> i think you left out like 40 other states. it's like a super tuesday. >> they are choosing candidates for governor, congress and state legislature. california voters are voting for all three. the top two votegetters there will advance regardless of party affiliation. that means a party could be shut out in some districts in california. and starbucks executive chairman is stepping aside and possibly walking into politics. howard schultz is leaving the coffee joint at the end of the month. he said he's considering a number of options, including public service. he tells the "new york times" that he's been deeply concerned about the country for some time now. well, luck may be running out for hockey's vegas golden knights. they rolled another snake eyes. >> the capitals came into game four looking for their third straight win.
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t.j. oshie plays a little soccer with the puck there, kicking it in to the -- for the first goal there of the game. >> near the end of the first period, the caps devante smith-pelly gets into the soccer as he kicks it, making the score 3-0. washington wins 6-2. the capitals can clench their first cup thursday night. >> did you see his grill, do we see his grill? that is quite the grill. congrats to him. and a long-time capitals fan had a special view. 90-year-old grace cohen has had season tickets since the team's first season back in 1974. >> monday night she watched game four from the owner's box. courtesy of the man that owns this. he sent her a fedex box with two tickets and the message to grace
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cohen, the best hockey fan ever. >> she's such a bandwagon fan. >> she's just joining now that they're good. come on grace. >> since 1974. >> come on. >> hopefully she gets to see them. coming up in the skinny, mariah carey lives up to her rep as an ultimate diva as she reveals whether she takes a bath in milk. and more bachelors are packing. but first, a look at today's forecast. "world news now" weather, sponsored by omate shaaks. orld news now" weather, sponsored by omaha steaks.
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police i police in detroit are investigating another smash surveillance video shows thieves ramming a truck through the front of a liquor store. they all wanted cigarettes, and then they took off. with the trash. this is at least the fourth smash and grab on the city's east side over the past week. well, the next story is crazy to me. a woman who appeared on an hgtv show has an eagle-eyed viewer to thank for saving for her life. >> that viewer, a surgeon, happened to notice something on the woman's neck that even her
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own doctors missed. here's eva pilgrim. >> my name is nicole. >> reporter: that's nicole guinness featured on beach front bargain hunt. she was celebrating the end of brain cancer treatment starting a new chapter with a beach house in north carolina. but one of those viewers, dr. eric voight quickly spotted something. >> i noticed she had a lump in her neck. >> reporter: so he turned to facebook to find her. within days, this post reaching nicole who learned she had thyroid cancer. >> dr. voight saw this and brought it to my attention and now i'll be treated for it. >> reporter: and it's not the first time an eagle-eyed hgtv viewer noticed something and took action. in 2013, a nurse spotted a lump on the star of flip or flop. she reached out, he was diagnosed and successfully
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treated for cancer. as for nicole, she's optimistic. >> it's just a miracle in my opinion, that he happened to see this on television. i can't express how grateful and thankful i am. >> reporter: nicole is now busy planning her treatment with her doctors and is staying in touch with dr. voight. eva pilgrim, abc news, new york. >> they actually haven't met, but they are slated to meet at one point in the near future and come face-to-face on good morning america a little later on this morning. the most our viewers have ever noticed is that i haven't shaved. thanks. >> what is -- oh, that's just you. oh. >> not here so much. >> oh, right there. it's all right there. >> thanks, guys. when we come back, the drama and embarrassment on "the bachelorette." >> the skinny is next. nt on "the bachelorette." 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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so good. >> she's not bitter or anything, is she? of course that's the so good. >> she's not bitter or anything, is she? of course that's the bachelorette showing off her demolition skills and getting help from lil jon. >>, and there's good news, her ex, ari, hasn't filed a restraining order yet. >> it was just one of the nights when rebecca really got to know her suitors. and here with our recap is our chief senior global analyst. >> jack sheehan, analyst, becca's season of "the bachelorette," episode dieux. roll that beautiful bachelorette footag 21 guys started the episode
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trying to win becca's heart. >> i'm not thinking too much about them, i'm just hey, becca, where's those eyes at? >> first group date of the season. becca in the dressing room with the men. >> before you put your socks on in the morning or your pantyhose or your shoes even, put confidence on. >> this guy jordan is some piece of work. more champagne, please. this obstacle course was like some weird japanese game show. >> like you got in the tub before me but got in the tub after me. doesn't make sense. we all have the same timer. some guys have to cheat. >> here we go. seemed like a smashing success. >> a great day and an even better night. >> another cocktail party. >> just doesn't come off real. >> i think he's trying to be somebody over the top and not truly who he actually is. i don't have time for that. >> are you for real, dude?
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>> some guys, they needed to start revealing things. >> that you gave me, smashes it. >> glad she knows that. >> feel threatened, physically. he was aggressive. he has no respect for you, obviously. >> this guy's got to go. >> right now probably isn't the best time trying to get to know each other right now. it's a lot to take in. >> see ya, dude. time for some dates. >> blake? >> the first one on one date of the season. >> are you guys ready? >> hell, yeah. >> yes. ♪ >> sledge hammer through the screen. must have hurt ari. this week, the kiss count stops at four! rose ceremony time. becca handing out the flowers to the men. not everybody got a rose. see ya, dude. some guarantees.
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becca means business.next week,. analyst out. >> i'm finally starting to cry. >> so jordan got a rose. was it the speedos that did it? >> the speedo didn't hurt, i'm sure. >> are those really speedos? >> you asked for it. you called for that video. we're going to bring it up. >> ah, and poor lincoln. lincoln got, like, a kiss at least. a lot of the brothers got a kiss. >> kiss count to four. >> how long did the speedos go on? >> the speedos are really popular. >> how cold is it in that house? >> it's about time more men start wearing speedos. women have had to wear such little clothing for so long a time. i think it's fair that the men on the bachelor -- >> the time's up. >> time's up, everyone.
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>> oh, we're out of time right now. too bad. >> they didn't like that. next, this is huge movie news. reese witherspoon finally is making a next installment in the "legally blond" movies. >> elle woods will be back on the big screen in no time. >> bring back elle! there's another spinoff movie and even a broadway musical. but reese was the original elle and the only elle i choose to acknowledge. >> really? not "elle" magazine? >> elle woods for life. if you've ever seen lionel messi play, you'll know why he's the best of all time, or goat. >> which is why a photographer came up with the idea of shooting the goat messi with an actual goat. >> i see it.
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of one of the biggest tv producers of all time, aaron spelling, who made millions and millions of dollars. she's been doing some reality tv work lately but apparently not paying up. she and her husband, dean mcdermott, owe $282,000 in back taxes. >> ooh. also on the list, soul singer, macy gray. she owes $240,991. >> the california tax man hasn't forgotten about her. >> or that $1 at the end. they really are sticklers. >> or from empire. $231,579. he's short about $9. but let's remember the good times when exhibit hosted "pimp my ride." those were the days when mtv did music. >> what? mtv? >> what is mtv? a bunch of actors crashing a
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wedding in miami beach. jeremy renner was playing a game of tag when he was caught by the best man in the middle of his speech. >> once they realized that hawkeye from avengers had stumbled in wearing a hideous shirt, he called in his buddies whom he was playing tag with, his co-stars from the movie "tag", jon hamm. the answer is obvious, free promotion for their movie. congratulations, took the bait. and if you needed another reason to love mariah carey, here's one. she bathes in milk. >> this mental image is too good. when asked about her beauty regimen, she didn't want to reveal too many details, but she did reveal that she keeps the milk cold, not warm. >> ah.
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>> that's what's making news in america this morning. making news in america this morning, president trump disinvites the super bowl champion philadelphia eagles from the white house. sparking a new war of words overnight about protests during the national anthem. the mayor calling the president a fragile egomaniac. in the meantime, a new twist in the russia investigation. the president's former campaign chairman now accused of witness tampering. breaking overnight, the death toll rises in the volcano disaster in guatemala. the desperate rescues and for the first time we hear from the americans who escaped the eruption zone and the moment they realized it was raining rocks. and new this morning, bill clinton explains his angry response when he was asked whether he owes monica lewinsky an apology. the new outrage from the two women who accuse clinton of assault.

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