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there's got to be an easier way to pull up to pump gas. >> ooh, ooh. there's got to be an easier way to pull up to pump gas. >> ooh, ooh. >> surveillance video shows a car going airborne near a gas station near jackson, mississippi, slams into the newly-built gas station, spun around and landed right next to the pump. amazingly there was no explosion, thankfully, and the driver walked away with only minor injuries. >> that is incredible. >> dukes of hazard style. >> that really is. >> wow. >> the car isn't doing so well. >> lucky didn't sheer a gas pump off. >> yeah. a sheriff's deputy is being hailed a hero for preventing a tragedy. >> deputy bill dunn spotted a
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3-year-old girl in a car and had been there for 12 hours, unconscious, limp, had no pulse. he rushed her to the hospital. this morning the little girl is recovering. here's mom, under arrest. and her father is thanking dunn for saving his daughter's life. let's turn now to that surgeon under fire for dancing while operating on patients. >> she's now speaking out as she faces several lawsuits and suspension of her medical license. here's steve osunsami. ♪ >> reporter: she likes to call herself "dr. booty." and in some of her viral videos that have since been removed from youtube she promises voluptuous results that rival cartoons. ♪ >> reporter: but the doctor has
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a suspended medical license. and a georgia court will soon decide if that suspension sticks. ♪ >> reporter: the videos, some recorded during surgeries, are the least of her troubles. a number of patients are suing saying they were disfigured. the doctor is sitting down for an exclusive interview on "good morning america" where she defends herself. >> the videos were pre-consented, staged. and done at a safe interval, many, most of them after the fact. during recovery, which was planned by me and the patient. >> reporter: steve osunsami, abc news, atlanta. >> and we will hear more from "dr. booty" later on "good morning america." if you eat in restaurants and you're a get of a germaphobe, you are not going to like this next story. >> you want me to take it from here? a snapchat video shows a raising
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cane's restaurant employee in kansas city, missouri, mixing tea with her forearm and pours it all into the serving container. the official raising cane's facebook account says all employees involved in this act have been fired. >> and you know in the south they make really good food and they say your mama put your foot straight up into that food. >> they put everything in it. the love. >> and put her foot straight up in that food. maybe that's what they were trying to get to? >> they didn't know that was just an expression and it didn't actually mean -- >> putting your body parts. >> in the food. >> if it was a long island iced tea, it would be sanitary. >> i think that was a regular iced tea. when we come back, it's official. the connors are about to make another comeback on abc. and why "star wars" fans are asking for a do-over of "the last jedi." "the skinny" is next.
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♪ skinn ♪ skinny ♪ just give me "the skinny" all right, give me "the skinny." >> yes, time now for "the skinny." starting with the connors, making their comeback. >> abc has announced that it has given a green light to a spinoff of the canceled "roseanne" reboot, this time without roseanne barr. a lot of the cast, including john goodman, lori metcalf are set to reprise their role on the sitcom called "the connors." >> roseanne barr will have no involvement. it will premiere this fall tuesdays 8:00 p.m. on abts. >> reaction has been pretty divided.
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many agree the new show will struggle without its star, some are excited. >> it has sparked some pretty funny memes, like this one. >> south park style. >> beating a dead horse. come on. i mean, it's -- it's the best thing. it's the best world. you still have the cast and the crew. they still have employment. at least for eight episodes, maybe. >> they're trying to make it work. we'll see how it goes. next, i love these. we're going to take a look at some bad lip reading, shall we? >> the brains behind the hilarious youtube channel that puts words into the mouths of celebrities has struck again, but this time, bad lip reading between president trump and kim jong un. >> may i touch you? >> yeah, buddy, come here.
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>> can i say she's hot. look at that figure. >> she is pretty cricket, dude. >> i always try to be charming, because you never know. >> yeah, dude, whatever. text me. >> nailed it. whenever i'm done drinking a milk, that's it. i'm done. ishmael taught me that. we're going to have frittatas. >> hooray i win. >> no i'm the best. >> i'm the best. >> the video was posted just barely two days ago but has wracked up nearly a million views. bad lip reading has 7 million subscribers on youtube and some of the videos are just hilarious. >> i was just thinking about this. that summit was just last week. >> mm-hm. >> doesn't it feel like it was five months ago? >> it does. >> so much has happened. next up -- you may be happy about this. "star wars" fans are asking for a do-over. >> as we should.
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>> it seems so many fans were so unhappy with "the last jedi" that there's a new campaign under way to urge our parent company, disney, to just remake the film. >> yeah. remake last jedi has tweeted to the walt disney company and bob iger, quote, our team of producers is offering to cover the budget for a retake for "the last jedi" to save "star wars." they go on to say, this isn't a joke. we're ready to have that convo now. "star wars" fans are completely divided and the core goal of "star wars" has been abandoned. so far they've raised more than $13 million. >> are you kidding me? >> there are a lot of people who did not like "the last jedi." >> they were all the people who saw "the last jedi." did you see it? >> i did. >> did you like it? >> no. i have to say. finally, superman has turned in his cape for a badge.
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>> dean cain played the role and now is a reserve officer with the st. anthony police department in idaho. >> he has a princeton degree. >> officer cain. >> mm-hm. degree. >> officer cain. >> mm-hm. 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. i'm 54. alex, what's my price? you can get coverage for $9.95 a month. i'm 65 and take medications. what's my price? also $9.95 a month. i just turned 80. what's my price? $9.95 a month for you too. if you're age 50 to 85, call now about the #1 most popular whole life insurance plan,
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president trump called it an impossible dilemma. he said his own wife and daughter were moved by the images. sources tell us they both lobbied to put an end to the policy, even as they now face widespread backlash. people calling them complicit. >> now to new developments in the taser takedown of an nba player in milwaukee. >> something that's been happening for years. i feel like, you know, this helps a lot. >> milwaukee bucks sterling brown is suing the city for race discrimination for this takedown outside a walgreen's in january. the officers arrested. saying they used the taser because he was resisting arrest. saying they used the taser because he was resisting arreh.. saying they used the taser because he was resisting arrei.. saying they used the taser because he was resisting arrem.. saying they used the taser because he was resisting arrest. >> north korea's kim jong un in china with xi jinping. >> president xi lavished praise on kim for his handling of the historic summit with president trump. the president himself saying there is no longer a nuclear threat.
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>> i have solved that problem. >> kim has already gotten one of his major demands. the pentagon suspending military exercises with south korea. >> hot dogs can be a health hazard and not in the way you might think. >> kathy mcvay was enjoying a philadelphia phillies game when the club's mascot hit the field with this hot dog launcher. it hit her right in the head. >> and the phanatic feels horrible about what happened. that might be the first time that you went into a laugh. usually i'm the one who draws you into a laughing fit. >> it was just the visuals. and we were not laughing at that woman at all. we're happy she's okay and that she's not going to sue the phillies in any way. but you do have to watch out for flying hot dogs. this is abc's "world news now," informing insomniacs for
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good morning, i'm kendis gibson. >> i'm diane macedo. here are some of the top stories we're following on "world news now." hundreds of separated children have been reunited with their parents. this as other families still separated and await a clear plan. house leaders delayed a compromise bill until next week. it would keep migrant families together. abc has approved a reboot of the "roseanne" show, but roseanne barr will have nothing to do with the new show.
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and today is a big day. it is take your dog to workday. 9% evof companies allow pets at work. at amazon, 6,000 dogs will go to work there every day, not just today. those are some of our top stories -- is this a remix to "who let the dogs out"? i didn't know they had this version. from abc news, this is "world news now." ♪ who let the dogs out >> big day, bring your dog to workday. >> yeah, we have plenty of dogs. maybe we can grab some. can we try to get some dogs around here? >> we can work on that. we can work on that. while we work on that, we're going to start this half hour out with an update on some of immigrant children that were separated from their parents. 500 have been reuhed.
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>> some are still anxiously waiting to see their parent again. the first lady melania trump traveled to texas to see the situation herself. here is janai norman with more. >> reporter: the first lady's trip to a texas shelter for migrant children was 100% her idea, wanting to see for herself how those children are being treated. >> and i'd also like to ask you how i can help to these children to reunite with their families as quickly as possible. >> reporter: during her two hours in texas, the first lady asking workers at the facility numerous questions. >> those children, how many times they speak with their relatives, their families per week for example? >> well, the children are allowed to communicate with their family twice a week. they get a ten-minute phone call. >> reporter: her visit meant to
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send a message of compassion. but photos of the first lady wearing a $39 zara jacket with the words on the back "i really don't care, do you", mrs. trump fully aware of the cameras, the eyes of the world watching, but as if to prove a point, she wore it again after she landed back in washington. her spokeswoman saying it's a jacket, there's no hidden message. after today's important visit to texas, i hope this isn't what the media is going to choose to focus on. but despite that statement, the president tweeting a different explanation, saying, quote, i really don't care, do you, written on the back of melania's jacket refers to fake news media. melania has learned how dishonest they truly are and no longer cares.
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janai norman, abc news, washington. >> and abc news has learned that for now homeland security has stopped referring families to the justice department for prosecution. >> officials trying to make that happen are facing a new challenge. brad mielke explains. >> seems like a simple question, right? thousands of kids were separated from their parents, the president changes that policy, so what happens to the kids? when do they get to see their parents again? lauren pearl says there's a problem. when many were separated they were all given i.d. numbers and sent to different facilities. now nothing about these i.d. numbers connect back to each other. you cannot search for some children's relatives. >> my experts are saying there isn't a system like that. each individual migrant gets their own i.d. number. but there is no family i.d. number. >> there's no mechanism that says person a belongs to person b? >> absolutely not. because we haven't separated
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parents from kids like this in any kind of systematic way. when minors come across the border on their own they get an i.d. number and it can take months to find out who they belong to in their home country. but typically, when children come with an adult they keep them together unless they have a reason to think this isn't their parent or there's something nefarious going on. >> and experts who spoke to lauren say there is a chance some of these children may never see their families again. check it out on apple podcast or your favorite podcasting app. the supreme court has handed main street a major victory. states and local goverrments will be able to collect sales
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tax or online sales. customers were supposed to pay taxes voluntarily but rarely did anybody. however, amazon has been collecting taxes for a while on products it sold directly. one estimate is that it will cost online shoppers $13 billion to $20 billion a year. hundreds of demonstrators managed to shut down a highway near pittsburgh overnight. police were forced to close the road in both directions, creating miles long traffic jams. a medical examiner has ruled the death a homicide and anger over his killing has shown no signs of ending. kenneth moton reports. >> reporter: increasing outrage over the police shooting death of a 17-year-old boy led to hundreds protesting in downtown pittsburgh. sources say east pittsburgh police officer michael rossfeld sworn in hours before opened fire on an unarmed antoine rose as he ran away from a traffic stop.
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the car he was in was suspected of being involved in a nearby shooting and two guns were found inside. >> the fact that guns were found in the car gives you no justification to gun down someone in the back. >> reporter: the driver was a driver for hire, we're told, sparking more questions about the stop. >> something has got to be done. something has got to be done. >> reporter: the shooting also ignited this massive, emotional protest wednesday night in east pittsburgh. >> everything that happened -- [ inaudible ] >> reporter: the officer who fired the fatal shots here told our local affiliate, wtae, it's a difficult time and stayed away from news coverage to be with his family. kenneth moton, abc news, east pittsburgh. and you soon no longer may have to pull out your i.d. at orlando international airport. they are rolling out facial
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recognition technology. it takes two seconds and has an accuracy rate of 99%. the airport hopes this will ease chronic long waits for screening. there is a tragedy that took place. >> oh, boy, what happened? ♪ don't cry for me, argentina >> argentina won't be crying for me, for you, for anyone else. it will be shedding tears for lionel messi and the soccer team. >> they are on the brink of being eliminated from the world cup in russia. >> that's just too good. >> ooh, argentina lost 3-0 to croatia on thursday. the country's worst group stage loss in 16 years. one croatian player said messi is great, but he can't do it by himself. >> so messi's supposed to be
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like the messiah when it comes to soccer in argentina, in south america. >> yeah. >> someplace else, he's not going to be in the world cup much longer. >> he can't do it by himself, though, as the man said. kind of like gisele said about tom brady. he plays for barcelona, and they are a great team. so he's sort of able to use the other players and his concept of space, one of his big attributes to his advantage and they all kind of work as a team together. >> doesn't barcelona pay him $100 million? >> that also may help him. but argentina doesn't have the same kind of support. so it's just the game plan seems to be give it to messi and hope he scores. >> so much for the beautiful game, not for argentina. coming up, the secret to quieting your mind. >> pore chew gam is doing well though. france is still in it. >> we're going to show you what you need to know about how to
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breathe in order to reach the perfect state of meditation. and we put it to the test ahead. >> we're just happy to sleep. ahead. >> we're just happy to sleep. e parts a and b and want more coverage. guess what? you could apply for a medicare supplement insurance plan whenever you want. no enrollment window. no waiting to apply. that means now may be a great time to shop for an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. medicare doesn't cover everything. and like all standardized medicare supplement insurance plans, these help cover some of what medicare doesn't pay. so don't wait. call now to request your free decision guide. it could help you find the aarp medicare supplement plan that works for you. these types of plans have no networks, so you get to choose any doctor who accepts medicare patients. rates are competitive, and they're the only plans of their kind endorsed by aarp. remember - these plans let you apply all year round. so call today. because now's the perfect time
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residents had received a thunderstorm alert but nothing about a tornado. the terrain there is so rough the radar cannot detect them. the only damage reported was a screen door blown off its hinges. but today's concern is the line of storms stretching from southern texas to the great lakes. >> you can see the low pressure swirling around. >> look at you, meteorologist. trying to take paul williams' job? >> yes. now to a major medical headline about alzheimer's. a new study finds viruses, including two common herpes viruses, may play a role in the disease. >> they could accelerate the condition. the discovery might make it possible to slow or even prevent alzheimer's. and the most famous gorilla in the world has died.
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koko was able to communicate with people using sign language. >> she also understood some english and was apparently very fond of cats. matt keller reports. >> reporter: koko the gorilla brought joy to many people, including celebrities like robin williams and the bassist for the rid hot chili peppers. sadly, koko passed away in her sleep on tuesday at the age of 46. she was born on july 4, 1971. in 1927 she was taught sign language. with penny's help koko learned to use over more than a thousand signs and understood 2,000 spoken english words. >> yes, that's what you wanted. >> reporter: the gorilla foundation released a statement saying koko touched the lives of millions as an ambassador for all gorillas. she was beloved and will be deeply missed.
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>> that's really sad to see koko go. and coming up, breathing your way into that perfect state of meditative bliss. >> what we discovered about the secret of breath work. you're watching "world news now." now." my mom washes the dishes... ...before she puts them in the dishwasher. so what does the dishwasher do? new cascade platinum lets your dishwasher be the dish washer. three cleaning agents dissolve, lift and rinse away food the first time. new cascade platinum.
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♪ ♪ so -- >> know that feeling. >> if you find yourself wide awake at this hour, chances are you might be having trouble calming your mind, and we thank you for that. >> for your viewership, but with the help of a professional, kendis and i finally discovered a way to calm our hyperactive, constantly distracted minds. >> kendis and me? >> kendis and i. you would say i recently discovered. you would say kendis and i rediscovered. we're going to learn grammar, but we're going to learn about breath work. >> now we're distracted.
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>> reporter: you know that feeling when you sit down to meditate and you immediately retreat into a calm, relaxed state? yeah, neither do we. what if you can't calm yourself enough to do the things that calm your mind? >> so we recruited a breath work instructor. >> what is it? >> it's an active meditation. as opposed to sitting down and trying to meditate you lie down and you are given a breathing pattern. so your mind has something to focus on as opposed to thinking wow, my mind won't shut up. >> what benefit do you get? >> just that you're slowing down to breathe into your lower belly. that's where we start to relax. it's going to balance the endocrine system which regulates your hormones.
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>> why do i need to learn to breathe. >> you are doing an extra inhale. it begins to do different things. you know when you work out and you get that feel-good, this is awesome experience? >> never. >> kind of what people describe as a runner's high? >> exactly. this is a way to do that without having to be so forceful. >> how many of these sessions do i need before i'm like, wow, i really feel like a different person? >> some people are super guarded and it takes them a little more time. other people are going to have really powerful experiences right off the bat. seven minutes is all you need and you will start to notice the benefits. >> we lack attention span and are not very good at sitting still. >> are you ready to try us out? >> i think so. >> all right. ♪ >> first step, a quick tutorial. >> inhale lower belly, upper chest?
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exhale. >> then we get started. >> [ bleep ]. >> i believe i can touch the sky. >> [ bleep ]. ♪ this works, right? [ bleep ] is there any hallucinion that takes place? >> for some people. >> awesome. >> okay. now we get started. ♪ out on the ocean >> when you're ready, you can begin the breathing technique. inhale lower belly, inhale upper chest, exhale, receive that breath. let the music support you getting that breath moving. ♪ you can let go of the breathing pattern and begin to drop into natural breath. >> after about 15 minutes, suffice it to say, we were very relaxed.
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>> so i have questions. walking meditations and commuting meditations. can you do this while active? >> it's more comfortable to do when you're laying down. but if i'm in a stressful situation or on the plane or something, i'll drop into these breaths. >> one of the things i find hard about traditional meditation is the act of forcing yourself to sit completely still. that's okay to do, sort of shift a little bit? >> when you move and let that tension go you then can take more of the breath in. it's very much a part of the process. >> i actually feel physical responses. my left leg was pulsing and my hands are still tingly. >> you can even use it as a sleep aid. >> sometimes we can't fall asleep because our nervous system is buzzing from so much. this will help soothe it. >> i kind of feel like i was about to fall asleep just then. we're back, we're back, we're back. so the breath work did work really well. i actually felt like i fell asleep in the session.
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♪ it is time for "insomniac theater." we're going to check out two movies opening this weekend. >> one will do really, really well. the other is this spy thriller starring paul rudd. it is the true story of mo berg. a bit of an odd duck. a major league baseball catcher. had two ivy league degrees, and was gay. and he was also a u.s. government spy. >> since this war began i have reason to believe the germans
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are working on a fission bomb. >> the scientist leading the program is azleberg. >> that was jeff daniels. critics are hating this. they're giving it a 30% splat on rotten tomatoes. that's bad. chris nashawaty writes that it's light on thrills. even paul rudd can't rescue this. and another says the catcher was a spy, but the movie was a bore. >> he's big on comedies. >> taking this leading man role. >> i guess the critics aren't loving that. let's go to "jurassic world." fallen kingdom picks up three years after the luxury resort was destroyed by dinosaurs out of containment.
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they are on a mission to rescue the remaining dinosaurs before a volcanic eruption destroys them all, but it won't be easy. >> stop the t-rex. probably. >> probably? >> lava! >> deep breath. >> see? not a t-rex. >> jeff goldblum reprises his role. critics are giving it a 54% splat on rotten tomatoes. one writes, it relies on people running around screaming, but it gets awfully old here.
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and melissa wilkinson calls it the feel bad blockbuster of the summer. >> it will still make millions and millions of dollars.
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this morning on "world news now," breaking developments from the border. >> we're just learning that hundreds of children have been reunited with their parents. that report coming after this week's policy reversal by the president and hours after the first lady visited the border, causing a stir with what was written on her jacket. also breaking overnight, outrage intensifying in east pittsburgh over the shooting death of an unarmed black teen by police. protesters have taken to the streets for a second consecutive evening. >> also this morning, the touching moment for a texas family. see a little girl's reaction to hearing sounds for the very first time. and her mother's tears of joy. and -- ♪ yippy aye
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>> there are a few more tails, because it is friday, june 22nd. do you know what that day is? >> take your dog to work day! >> take any dog to work! [ applause ] from abc news, this is "world news now." >> no better way to start your day than coming to the studio to a whole group of playful -- >> puppies! >> puppies! we are having the best day ever. and it has only just begun. >> i think the puppies are having the best day ever. they're pretty much ignoring us and just kind of going to town enjoying each other. >> they seem to be having a very good time as well. >> absolutely. >> we'll have more on the puppies coming up, but we have serious news to start off with. we start this half hour with word of migrant families reuniting.
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>> since may 500 that have been retained have returned to their parents as we wait to find out about some 2,000 other kids in custody. first lady melania trump toured a facility in texas housing mostly teenagers who crossed the border illegally, but there's controversy. over that jacket. and what exactly she meant with that statement. abc's cecelia vega has more. >> reporter: the white house says the first lady's surprise trip to a texas shelter for migrant children was 100% her idea. she wanted to see for herself how they're being treated. >> and i also like to ask you how i can help to these children to reunite with their families as quickly as possible. >> reporter: there still is no official plan for reuniting those families torn apart by her husband's zero-tolerance crackdown. during her two hours on the ground, mrs. trump peppered workers with questions.
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>> and those children, how many times they speak with their relatives, their families per week for example? >> well, the children are allowed to communicate with their family twice a week. >> mm-hm. >> they get a ten-minute phone call. >> reporter: the trip meant to send a message of compassion until another message emerged as mrs. trump was in the air headed home, these photos surfaced. on the back of her $39 zara jacket, the words "i really don't care, do you"? her spokeswoman saying it's a jacket, there was no hidden message. after her trip to texas i hope this isn't what the media is going to choose to focus on. but the letters right there in large font, the first lady fully aware of the cameras and the eyes of the world watching. and as if to prove a point, she wore it again when she landed back in washington.
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the president telling reporters he and his wife were both moved by the images of those children. >> it really bothered her to be looking at this and seeing it as it bothered me and everybody at this table. we're all bothered by it. if you took zero-tolerance away, everybody would come right now. they'd be getting their little belongings, unfortunately, and they would be heading up. you would be -- you would have a run on this country the likes of which nobody's ever seen. >> reporter: he says he wants to be both compassionate and tough. but as this "time" magazine image shows the president staring down at an immigrant girl. that might be difficult sell. and he says the message asking i really don't care, do you, it refers to the media. he says melania has learned how dishonest the media are and no longer cares. we've asked if that was indeed her message and we have not heard back.
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cecelia vega, the white house. >> and just occasionally, you might hear -- >> some barking. >> yeah, and that's just normal jack. but in addition to that, you'll hear some from the puppies whoever there having a flail day in the corner. a source tells abc that for now homeland security has stopped referring families to the justice department for prosecution. >> they are planning on housing as many as 20,000 at military bases. officials have already toured several bases that may be used. protesters gathered in the main senate building with children wrapped in mylar blankets similar to the ones used by migrant kids at detention centers. and over in the house, they delayed the vote on a bill.
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it would keep families together, offer a pathway to citizenship for dreamers and $25 billion for the border wall. earlier, a more conservative bill was also voted down. protesters in east pittsburgh, pennsylvania have taken to the streets for the second night in a row. hundreds stopped traffic as they protested the shooting death of unarmed antoine rose. the medical examiner has ruled the death as a homicide, that he was shot in the upper body. maggie rulli has more. >> reporter: protesters have taken over the streets of east pittsburgh. >> if we don't stand for something we're going to fall for anything! >> reporter: the pouring rain not enough to drown out their cries for justice. >> death is not the penalty for fleeing when you're scared for your life.
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>> reporter: blocking traffic and still demonstrating more than 24 hours after a police officer shot and killed 17 year old antoine rose. the incident caught on cellphone video. >> boom, boom, boom, i said oh, my god. he shot them boys just for runnin'. >> reporter: police stopped this vehicle, a suspected getaway car involved in a shooting that happened moments before. >> the suspect was directed to the ground. two others bolted from the vehicle on foot. >> reporter: the officer fired on the two who fled, hitting the unarmed teen three times as he ran away. his family is still in shock. >> they killed a good kid. he was a good kid. he did not deserve that. >> reporter: inside the car, police say they found two guns. the driver of the car was interviewed and later released. our abc affiliate in pittsburgh spoke with the officer involved face-to-face. he said it's been a difficult time for him, but he has the support of his family and law
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enforcement. now, while he had worked in other areas before, the officer involved in the incident had only been sworn into this department three hours before the deadly shooting. he's now on paid leave while officials investigate. >> maggie, thank you. turning to the weather now, severe storms are plaguing half the country. heavy rain and flooding are likely from the southern great lakes to the texas gulf coast, and almost everywhere east of that line. hundreds of people had to be rescued in south texas from homes, cars and adult day care center and motels. more than a dozen people were rescued in just one neighborhood in the town of mercedes. there's an excessive heat warning, triple digits are expected in california, nevada and arizona. the supreme court has handed main street a victory. states and local governments may collect sales tax on internet sales. it ends the tax-free advantage
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many online sellers have had. customers were supposed to pay the taxes voluntarily, but rarely did so. however, amazon has been collecting taxes for a while. but there is one estimate the ruling will cost online shoppers $13 billion to $20 billion a year. the ceo of the computer chip maker intel has resigned because of a past consensual relationship with another employee. intel says it was in violation of their own policy. he had been with the company 30 years. and a bizarre tour boat -- the tour boat wasn't bizarre, but the crash was. carrying hundreds of boston area middle schoolers. >> more than 300 eighth graders on a class ship slammed into sailboats in the harbor. it was slowly moving backwards when it hit the vessels.
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a cruise ship passenger shot video of a man jumping from boat to boat here, trying to get to safety. odyssey says the scene was chaotic. >> the boat kept going and going, a distance of 40, 50 yards, but it felt like it was never going to stop. the people on the boat were screaming and shouting and it was a harrowing couple of minutes. >> no injuries were reported. the ship's owner, odyssey boston, blamed the problem on engine failure caused by a faulty part. just a strange scene to see a boat that big going slowly in reverse. coming up, the fake bomb that triggered an airport scare. who would take this through security? but first, it is take your dog to work day! and we are putting them to work. you're watching "world news now." >> they're feisty at this hour. ♪ bow, wow, wow ♪ bow, wow, wow at this hour.
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nevada highway troopers made an incredible rescue.
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watch as it plays out. that car bursts into flames after hitting a highway wall in las vegas. two troopers, one of them in training rushed in and pulled the driver to safety. one of the officers was hit with shrapnel from the ammunition in the car. everyone involved is physically okay. and hundreds braved the weather for the funeral of kate spade. >> many brought kate spade handbags and accessories. the service began with the singing of "the first noel." space was born on christmas eve. her 89-year-old father died just the night before the services. they say he was heartbroken over his daughter's suicide. and prize-winning conservative columnist charles krauthammer has died after a year-long battle with cancer. he was a former liberal who had written for 30 years for the
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"washington post" and was on fox news. he wrote earlier this month that he had no regrets. he was 68 years old. a big moment for a little girl in texas was extra special. 1-year-old ayla had never been able to hear until she received a cochlear implant. here's the moment it was turned on. you see a big grin on her face. she starts bouncing around, and mom bursts into tears. >> so does dad. >> such a special moment for that family and amazing that they're able to do that. >> look at mom. just absolutely losing it. >> look at that little smile as she hears for the first time. that's just so precious. >> brother and sister are like, what's the big deal? well, speaking of precious, coming up, we're gng to the dogs. they are precious. we've got puppies in the house. >> let's go greet the puppies. coming up next.
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♪ bow wow ♪ bow wow yippy aye the song and the puppies are a little bit of a giveaway. >> they sure are. >> what did you bring, will? >> puppies! >> just a little something to ring in the dog days of summer which are officially here, because we have adorable and adoptable puppies from north shore animal league. you guys have mentioned already that today marks the 20th annual bring your dog to work day. the holiday was created by pet sitters international in 1999 as a way to celebrate man's best friend right here and to promote pet adoption which we'll get to in just a second with our friend kathleen here. >> am i holding him correctly?
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>> in the crook of your arm. >> i've never held a baby or a puppy. >> we can tell. >> is this how it works? >> i think you're nailing it. >> got it. >> why should we be bringing our dogs to work? there are proven benefits. >> you look so comfortable. so natural. >> as i'm about to tell you, bring your dog to work day will bring lower blood pressure. it's working very well for you right now, kendis. >> i want to see that dog right now. >> remain calm. >> helps attract and maintain employees especially among millennial workers. it's up 4% from 2014. amazon is one of the major companies that is a proponent of bringing pets to work. about 6,000 dogs come to work at their headquarters every single
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day. >> how come diane's dog is licking her neck and mine wants nothing to do with me. >> because i'm showing mine love and you're scared to death. >> one of the reasons that bring your pet to work day exists for your dog to work day rather is to encourage pet adoption which is why kathleen is here from north shore animal league. >> hello. >> all these little ones are up for adoption? >> all available for adoption. the wonderful thing about adopting a pet, every time you adopt, you save two lives. the one you take home and the one we can rescue and put in its place. double good reason to adopt. these are all available for adoption. go to animalleague.org. you can see all of our available animals and adoption events in new york city every weekend in the tri state area. >> all across the country, there are different shelters. >> we have shelter partners all across the country, absolutely. if you go to animalleague.org, if you're not in our area, we
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can find a shelter near you. see, puppy love. >> obviously i don't get it. you look at diane's dog. all cuddled in. will's dog is licking his neck. and my home girl here treats me like every other woman. >> i don't believe that. >> you're not a good judge of character. >> you have to hug her up a little. >> who is this i have? >> we don't name them. we want the adopters to name them. >> so i should name her. and what kind of dog is she? >> looks like a little bit of a terrier and little shepherd mix in there. this one looks like australian shepherd and collie. >> aren't you as cute as can be? >> beautiful hazel eyes. >> we call them muttigrees. because they are mixed breeds.
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>> thank you so much, kathleen. i'm glad you let me show up with my friends. >> can i keep this one for the rest of the show or maybe forever. of the show or maybe forever. ?
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okay. okay. time for "the mix" and we are going to -- ah. >> i'm really busy right now. >> while diane's busy with the dog, my dog by the way i think is on the second floor. >> i can't imagine why it left you. >> it ran away yelping. so chicago's already a pain in order to fly through. some man made it more of a pain by bringing this fake device, fake explosive through tsa. even a fake ied was in his carry-on. the checkpoint was closed for 90 minutes. officers could not take the traveler's word it was fake,
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even with the timer that was clearly drawn. >> the sharpy-drawn timer didn't give it away? i suppose you can never be too careful. i'm going to stick with the animal theme and go to a bear family that decided to cool down in california as you do in california by swimming in the pool. the mama bear and two cubs were swimming at this home in the pasadena area. the bears swam for a little while. >> polka. we had a request for an oldie but a goody. the world news polka! >> yay! ♪ politics and foreign wars ♪ all the weather, all the scores ♪ ♪ that's the world news polka ♪ if you're an insomniac ♪ and a good night's sleep you lack ♪ ♪ that's the world news polka ♪ it's late at night and you're not wearing pants ♪ ♪ grab a "world news now" mug
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this morning on "world news this morning on "world news now," the reunions at the border. we're learning overnight hundreds of children back with their parents, but hundreds more are still in limbo. the major announcement about the future of the "roseanne" show. abc has made a decision, and we'll see how that has fans reacting. a major restaurant chain taking swift action. >> after a video surfaced of this employee using a very low-tech method to make iced tea. >> sanitary. and on the night your dreams come true, dress to impress. this year's draft picks did not disappoint. it's friday, june 22nd.
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from abc news, this is "world news now." >> i like the outfits. >> business ridiculous. [ laughter ] >> it is sort of, isn't it? nothing casual about the way they were dressed for the nba draft. >> they mean business. we're going to start with the migrant children separated from their parents. >> 500 of the children have been reunited but the fate of the others is still up in the air. gio benitez has more. >> reporter: more than 2300 children sit in limbo, waiting to be reunited with their parents with no clear timetable. the media not able to film at these facilities. in florida, some of the children seen in art class. in virginia, a math lesson and a
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game of soccer, and for the first time, we see a baby being rocked by a caretaker at a so-called tender-age shelter. those images released after a report said babies and toddlers in those shelters were crying and in crisis. but still no answers for others like this woman detained in seattle. her 5-year-old son in a san antonio shelter. [ speaking in foreign language ] telling us from jail, she imagines how desperate her son is all alone, and she is fighting to reunite with him. protests from pennsylvania, to the capital, to the tent city in texas where mayors demanded families be reunited immediately. ruben garcia helps families on the border and says there's no one agency that keeps track of separated families. >> in a normal situation, that gets very messy. and now we're talking about more than 2300 kids. >> correct, correct.
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and the parents of 2300 kids locked up in different places. >> reporter: but for others like escobar, he didn't want the kids separated, but he supports president trump. >> we foot the bill for everything from food, clothing, housing, you name it. health care. who's going to pay for all of that? we are! and i don't think that's right. >> reporter: at that minnesota rally, while many said those images were sad, they still stand by the president. >> i think that we have a lot of issues at home that we need to take care of before we start taking care of other people too. >> the president's trying to make it right, i think. doing his best. it's a big world. >> reporter: and now we've learned that officials have toured four military bases in
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case they need them, to house up to 20,000 more unaccompanied migrant children. the obama administration did something very similar in 2014 to house 7,000 unaccompanied children. gio benitez, abc news, el paso, texas. >> and first lady melania trump got a first-hand look in texas. she questioned staff about how kids were coping and how often they spoke with their parents. she was told she speak twice a week for ten minutes. she also offered to lend her support. >> and i also like to ask you how i can help to these children to reunite with their families as quickly as possible. >> and another thing getting a lot of attention as part of the visit. the first lady was wearing a military-style jacket. on the back, though, were the words "i really don't care, do you." her spokeswoman said it was just a jacket, no hidden message.
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president trump later tweeted the words were aimed at the media. >> there's no hidden message. whatever it is, it's right there. >> i think they argued she put the jacket on and wasn't intending to make a statement with the words on the back. >> it's a nice jacket at the end of the day. the new york daily news calling it full muddle jacket. and a new comment by the president's former campaign chairman. he was discussing the separation policy. they talked about a down syndrome child. lewandowski reacted by saying "wah-wah." now he's been dropped by the speakers group. and a judge has ruled that the california parents accused of severely abusing their children will stand trial. kayna whitworth reports.
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>> reporter: new horrifying details about the horrifying conditions the turpin children had to survive. prosecutors alleging most of the abuse on the father, david turpin, saying he didn't allow them to bathe, had to stand in the kitchen one at a time while they ate their sparse meals, prosecutors adding they were forced into cages with padlocks, drawing gasps in the courtroom when the photos of the malnourished children were shown. the 17 year old was choked by her mother when she was caught watching a justin bieber video. her mother saying do you want to die, do you want to die and go to hell? prosecutors played the 911 call made by the daughter when she escaped. seen here in a youtube video seven days before that call. she struggled to spell her name and give her address. she tells the 911 operator, my parents are abusive. and my two little sisters right now are chained up. a judge ordering the turpins to stand trial on 49 counts including child abuse and
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torture. both parents pleading not guilty. kayna whitworth, abc news, orange county. in alaska, authorities are searching for a bear that killed a hiker. 44-year-old michael soltis was mauled by a bear. his body was found wednesday. they think the same bear attacked another member of the search party. that man suffered serious leg injuries, but is expected to recover. storm systems are marching across the eastern half of the country from the great lakes to southern texas. >> the heavy rain over the mexican border has caused flooding in many towns. it's the heaviest rainfall since hurricane harvey last year. the governor of texas has declared an emergency in six counties. >> meanwhile, dangerous heat is building in the southwest. temperatures will be well over 100, all the way up into northern california. on to the nba, and it has selected its newest young stars and young millionaires.
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>> the league held its annual draft at barclay center in brooklyn. number one pick came all the way to new york to find out he's heading back to the southwest. he was also the first to show off his outfit. he kept it conservative. >> he did. >> see the inside lining? a little burst of color there? >> there is a little touch. so the nba posted this video to twitter of draft picks arriving in brooklyn. very subtle look on some of these fellas. >> oh, yeah, that one's blending in with the crowd. >> oh, look at that, the lebron look. >> freeing the knee, you started it. that was trey young rockin' the suit short to brooklyn. he said he wanted to be different. >> i'm different, yes, i'm different. he was different. i like it. looks good.
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congratulations to all the fellas, millionaires and all their moms who are going to get a new house. coming up, that so-called dancing doctor is now speaking out after having her medical license suspended. what she's saying in her own defense. and why a growing number of "star wars" fans are asking disney for a last jedi do-over. you're watching "world news now." you're watching "world news now." dinner date...meeting his parents dinner date. why did i want a crest 3d white smile? so i used crest.
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there's got to be an easier way to pull up to pump gas. >> ooh, ooh. >> surveillance video shows a car going airborne near a gas station near jackson, mississippi, slams into the newly-built gas station, spun around and landed right next to the pump. amazingly there was no explosion, thankfully, and the driver walked away with only minor injuries. >> that is incredible. >> dukes of hazard style. >> that really is. >> wow. >> the car isn't doing so well. >> lucky didn't sheer a gas pump off. >> yeah. a sheriff's deputy is being hailed a hero for preventing a tragedy. >> deputy bill dunn spotted a
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3-year-old girl in a hot car and had been there for 12 hours, unconscious, limp, had no pulse. he rushed her to the hospital. this morning the little girl is recovering. here's mom, under arrest. and her father is thanking dunn for saving his daughter's life. let's turn now to that surgeon under fire for dancing while operating on patients. >> she's now speaking out as she faces several lawsuits and suspension of her medical license. here's steve osunsami. ♪ >> reporter: she likes to call herself "dr. booty." and in some of her viral videos that have since been removed from youtube she promises voluptuous results that rival cartoons. ♪ >> reporter: but the doctor has a suspended medical license.
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and a georgia court will soon decide if that suspension sticks. ♪ >> reporter: the videos, some recorded during surgeries, are the least of her troubles. a number of patients are suing saying they were disfigured. the doctor is sitting down for an exclusive interview on "good morning america" where she defends herself. >> the videos were pre-consented, staged. and done at a safe interval, many, most of them after the fact. during recovery, which was planned by me and the patient. >> reporter: steve osunsami, abc news, atlanta. >> and we will hear more from "dr. booty" later on "good morning america." if you eat in restaurants and you're a get of a germaphobe, you are not going to like this next story. >> you want me to take it from here? a snapchat video shows a raising cane's restaurant employee in kansas city, missouri, mixing tea with her forearm and pours it all into the serving
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container. the official raising cane's facebook account says all employees involved in this act have been fired. >> and you know in the south they make really good food and they say your mama put your foot straight up into that food. >> they put everything in it. the love. >> and put her foot straight up in that food. maybe that's what they were trying to get to? >> they didn't know that was just an expression and it didn't actually mean -- >> putting your body parts. >> in the food. >> if it was a long island iced tea, it would be sanitary. >> i think that was a regular iced tea. when we come back, it's official. the connors are about to make another comeback on abc. and why "star wars" fans are asking for a do-over of "the last jedi." "the skinny" is next.
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♪ skinn ♪ skinny ♪ just give me "the skinny" ♪ skinny ♪ just give me "the skinny" all right, give me "the skinny." >> yes, time now for "the skinny." starting with the connors, making their comeback. >> abc has announced that it has given a green light to a spinoff of the canceled "roseanne" reboot, this time without roseanne barr. a lot of the cast, including john goodman, lori metcalf are set to reprise their role on the sitcom called "the connors." >> roseanne barr will have no involvement. it will premiere this fall tuesdays 8:00 p.m. on abc. >> reaction has been pretty divided. many agree the new show will
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struggle without its star, some are excited. >> it has sparked some pretty funny memes, like this one. >> south park style. >> beating a dead horse. come on. i mean, it's -- it's the best thing. it's the best world. you still have the cast and the crew. they still have employment. at least for eight episodes, maybe. >> they're trying to make it work. we'll see how it goes. next, i love these. we're going to take a look at some bad lip reading, shall we? >> the brains behind the hilarious youtube channel that puts words into the mouths of celebrities has struck again, but this time, bad lip reading between president trump and kim jong un. >> may i touch you? >> yeah, buddy, come here.
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>> can i say she's hot. look at that figure. >> she is pretty cricket, dude. >> i always try to be charming, because you never know. >> yeah, dude, whatever. text me. >> nailed it. whenever i'm done drinking a milk, that's it. i'm done. ishmael taught me that. we're going to have frittatas. >> hooray i win. >> no i'm the best. >> i'm the best. >> the video was posted just barely two days ago but has wracked up nearly a million views. bad lip reading has 7 million subscribers on youtube and some of the videos are just hilarious. >> i was just thinking about this. that summit was just last week. >> mm-hm. >> doesn't it feel like it was five months ago? >> it does. >> so much has happened. next up -- you may be happy about this. "star wars" fans are asking for a do-over. >> as we should. >> it seems so many fans were so
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unhappy with "the last jedi" that there's a new campaign under way to urge our parent company, disney, to just remake the film. >> yeah. remake last jedi has tweeted to the walt disney company and bob iger, quote, our team of producers is offering to cover the budget for a retake for "the last jedi" to save "star wars." they go on to say, this isn't a joke. we're ready to have that convo now. "star wars" fans are completely divided and the core goal of "star wars" has been abandoned. so far they've raised more than $13 million. >> are you kidding me? >> there are a lot of people who did not like "the last jedi." >> they were all the people who saw "the last jedi." did you see it? >> i did. >> did you like it? >> no. i have to say. finally, superman has turned
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president trump called it an impossible dilemma. he said his own wife and daughter were moved by the images. sources tell us they both lobbied to put an end to the policy, even as they now face widespread backlash. people calling them complicit. >> now to new developments in the taser takedown of an nba player in milwaukee. >> something that's been happening for years. i feel like, you know, this helps a lot. >> milwaukee bucks sterling brown is suing the city for race discrimination for this takedown outside a walgreen's in january. the officers arrested him. saying they used the taser because he was resisting arrest. >> north korea's kim jong un in china with xi jinping. >> president xi lavished praise on kim for his handling of the historic summit with president trump.
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the president himself saying there is no longer a nuclear threat. >> i have solved that problem. >> kim has already gotten one of his major demands. the pentagon suspending military exercises with south korea. >> hot dogs can be a health hazard and not in the way you might think. >> kathy mcvay was enjoying a philadelphia phillies game when the club's mascot hit the field with this hot dog launcher. it hit her right in the head. >> and the phanatic feels horrible about what happened. that might be the first time that you went into a laugh. usually i'm the one who draws you into a laughing fit. >> it was just the visuals. and we were not laughing at that woman at all. we're happy she's okay and that she's not going to sue the phillies in any way. but you do have to watch out for flying hot dogs. this is abc's "world news now," informing insomniacs for two decades.
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america this morning. making news in america this morning, a major development overnight in the border crisis. hundreds of migrant children have now been reunited with their families, and there's word this morning federal agents have now stopped referring some migrant parents for prosecution. the latest from washington. plus, the explanation for first lady melania trump's jacket which read, i really don't care, do u. attention, online shoppers, a decision from the supreme court affects the taxes you pay on what you buy. this morning we hear from the experts on who is affected and what it means for your wallet. an abc news exclusive, the transgender track stars at the center of a school controversy speak out.

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