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a man dressed only in his a man dressed only in his underwear launched an anti-pollution protest by climbing to the top of a traffic sign in downtown los angeles, high above the 110 freeway. officers begged and pleaded for him to come down, but nah, he was like, nah, bro. >> finally, after backing up traffic for 45 minutes, he did a back flip from the sign. >> woo! >> and was very quickly taken into police custody. >> he stuck the landing, though. >> i don't think the cops were impressed. >> they give it a 2. turning now to the man we showed you earlier this week clinging on to the hood of a speeding car. there he is. looking quite comfortable at times. >> i don't think he was.
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>> that is junior francis holding on for dear life. turns out he was on the phone with 911 at the time and pleading with her to please slow down. >> i'm on the 95, this is it. she is in the express lane, like this is it. i didn't think i had it in me to stay on that long, much less 50, 35 miles an hour. >> so the driver, patricia isadora said a rocky relationship led to the scene. not a bad mug shot photo. she said she did nothing wrong. she had to pick up her daughter and she, quote, wasn't going to deal with any fools. isadora was later arrested and charged with culpable negligence. >> wasn't going to deal with any fools. >> like i don't have time for him today, not today. >> i am dying to know what he did. >> maybe she was the one who did something wrong. >> i'm sure he did not deserve
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to be sped down the highway on the hood of a car. i'm curious to know what he did. moving on. we have another video of a case of apparent road rage, also in florida. >> shocking. video from the scene shows a man attacking another driver's truck with his bare fist. this is in miami. as the driver backs the truck away, the man then, oh, body slams the front of the grill, of a 2.5-ton vehicle. >> i don't know if i've ever seen a person try to fight a vehicle with their bare hands. so this morning -- >> ooh! >> -- the man has still not been identified. not clear what sparked the outburst, but he is angry, that is for sure. >> yeah. that vehicle, i hope the vehicle was okay. the body slam one more, ah. >> he managed to do some damage to the vehicle. all right. coming up, shania twain r o stage at her concert. >> sounds like "the skinny" is next. oncert.
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>> sounds like "the skinny" is next. ttle bit of dawn ultra? oh yeah one bottle has the grease cleaning power of three bottles of this other liquid. a drop of dawn and grease is gone.
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♪ skinny ♪ skinny ♪ just give me "the skinny"
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so skinny is apparently in the house and we're starting off with a look at two of the biggest actors in hollywood. >> brad pitt and leonardo dicaprio haven't been in many movies together. but they have joined forces for "once upon a time in hollywood" and yesterday dicaprio posted an image of the two in their late '60s garb. >> leo with the pleather coat and turtleneck. >> leo plays a former star of a western tv show, and brad plays his long-time stunt double, clint booth. love that name. they are struggling to find work until they realize their neighbor is sharon tate.
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>> they have excellent porn names. just saying. next to shania twain. the singer has many huge hits, including, "man, i feel like a woman". she just made a stop in her home town of montreal. >> she spotted a rather large fan in the crowd and invited him on stage. he parted the sea of the smaller people and then realized that this wasn't just any large guy, but kevin owens, from the wwe. >> wrestler kevin owens? >> yeah. huge wwe superstar. >> so kevin is a fellow canuck and huge fan of shania's and requested she sing his favorite song "when". she admitted she was a little
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rusty on that tune but promised to sing it the next time but only if he beats his next opponent. >> that is apparently a tall order though. this is the guy who owens has to face. >> oh! >> ron strohman. >> wow! >> he flipped a semi truck. good luck, buddy. >> looks like he already got to kevin's car by the way, this is real, real wwe drama. >> he didn't. >> that played out. >> he won't do it. oh. >> over the course of three hours. >> oh, he flipped his car. >> listen, if you need some motivation to beat someone in a wrestling match, dude flipped my car is probably a good one. >> yeah, that's the sequel to "dude where's my car". >> dude flipped my car. so now he gets to hear the shania twain song that he wanted
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new at walmart and walmart.com ♪ in and out my life ♪ in and out my life ♪ in and out my life ♪ come and you go ♪ no, no, marlon, you missed it again. >> i was tryin'. >> he's singin' out of tune, throwing everything off. >> how are we ever going to get this right. everybody on this block can do it better than you guys. you don't listen! >> the ruthless force behind some of the greatest music ever has passed away. joe jackson, the father and creator of the jackson five that launched the career of the biggest music star of all time. >> and his relationship with his children and grandchildren has been strained, this morning they are remembering the impact on his family and music. marci gonzalez has more. >> reporter: he was the man
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behind this musical dynasty with a string of hits like "abc." joe jackson launching the jackson five in 1966 and credited with starting the iconic solo careers of son michael and daughter janet. the king of pop later estranged from his father. he and other siblings alleging years of physical and emotional abuse. michael describing his fear of his father in a 2003 documentary. >> i'm scared. so scared. i would regurgitate. >> you would vomit. >> mm-hm. >> when would you vomit? what would produce that sort of reaction in you? >> his presence. just seein' him. and sometime i'd faint, and my bodyguards would have to hold me up. >> reporter: joe jackson admitting to cnn in 2013 he did physically discipline his children. >> i'm glad i was tough, because
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look what i came out with. i came out with some kids that everybody loved all over the world. >> reporter: joe jackson dying wednesday at 89 of pancreatic cancer. this tweet sent from his account just days earlier. saying i've seen more sunsets than i have left to see. granddaughter paris saying it was not written by joe. randy jackson jr. tweeting rest in peace to the king who made everything possible, i love you grandpa. and though he had a strained relationship with his wife, she was by his side when he died. back to you. >> controversial man, but definitely had a huge impact on the music that we love today. >> and on his family. don't miss our updates on facebook. >> more news coming up. facebook at wnn fans.com. >> more this is abc's "world news now," informing insomniacs for two decades.
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good morning. i'm diane macedo. >> i'm kendis gibson. here are some of the top headlines we're following on "world news now" this morning. republicans are hoping to confirm a nomination for the supreme court before the mid-term elections. kennedy was a key swing vote and president trump already has a long list of those who could take his place. and a major blow to big labor, the supreme court has ruled unions cannot collect fees from workers who refuse to join. laws requiring workers to support organizations violate the first amendment. pennsylvania police officer michael rosfeld is free on bond this morning after being charged with homicide for the death of 17-year-old antwon rose. prosecutors say rosfeld has given inconsistent statements.
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and a rare flower is in bloom and on display. it will only last about 36 hours, and the flower is named for its unpleasant smell. enjoy that, everybody, on this thursday, june 28th. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> kind of glad we just get to see the corpse flower on the screen. don't have to be in the room. we're going to start this half hour with the race to fill the vacant supreme court seat before the midterm elections. >> it is giving president trump a second opportunity to appoint someone to the supreme court. kennedy hand-delivered his resignation to the white house. gentleman any janai norman has more. >> reporter: sweeping changes could be coming to the supreme court. justice anthony kennedy announcing his retirement after
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three decades on the nation's highest court. >> he felt confident in me to make the right choice and carry on his great legacy. we have to pick one that's going to be there for 40 years, 45 years. >> reporter: a conservative not afraid to side with liberals, serving as a key vote on monumental decisions, he co-authored the key opinion on roe versus wade. upheld of a nirm affirmative action. and he championed the civil rights of gay and lesbian americans. in his 2015 ruling, kennedy wrote, they ask for equal dignity in the eyes of the law. the constitution grants them that right. replacing him is bound to be a battle in the senate where republicans have a one-seat majority, hoping to confirm a nominee before midterms. >> it's imperative that the president's nominee be considered fairly and not
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subjected to personal attacks. >> reporter: but it was mcconnell who blocked a vote on president obama's nominee, merrick garland, until after the 2016 election, democrats suggesting there should be no confirmation until after november when they hope to take control. >> millions of people are months away from determining the senators who should vote to confirm or reject the president's nominee, and their voices deserve to be heard now. >> reporter: janai norman, abc news, washington. >> and lawmakers are gearing up for a bitter debate surrounding that nomination. >> pushing the supreme court farther to the right will likely have major ramifications on landmark decisions. more from rick klein. >> get ready for the battle of all battles. even for the trump era, this is going to be something to behold. anytime a supreme court nomination is up for grabs it becomes a big deal. but this is not just a swing vote, it is "the" swing vote.
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president trump wants to remake the court. republicans ready to go along with that. democrats are going to do what they can to try to highlight anything they can show to show that american life will be impacted. this could have a huge impact on everything from abortion rights, gay rights, environmental matters. all of that is very much in the ether for what promises to be a hot summer for battles. battles they will be. democrats have few options, but this will be a massive fight that could extend weeks or months. the big question, will it all be resolved before the mid-term elections. >> it is going to be a bloody five months ahead. we'll see how it all plays out. our thanks to rick. the president wakes up in milwaukee, attending the groundbreaking for a new factory. >> but he was in fargo, north dakota last night.
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he said hillary clinton can't get over her election loss and offered a new label to his supporters. >> they call them the elite. these people. i look at them. i say that's elite? we got more money. we got more brains, better houses, nicer boats. we're smarter than they are, and they say the elite. we're the elite, you're the elite. so let's let them keep calling themselves elite. but we're going to call ourselves, and remember, you are indeed. you work harder, but you are indeed smarter than them. let's call ourselves the super elite. we're the super elite. >> how's that for a campaign message. nicer boats, better brains, the super elite. he went on to call the elites stone-cold losers. and the fbi investigator who exchanged anti-trump messages with a colleague denies he was involved in any plot against the president. he says they were part of an
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intimate conversation between friends which he now regrets. he was dropped from special counsel mueller's team. and his security clearance has been withdrawn. border officials are scrambling to comply with an order from a judge that migrant children separated from their children must be reunited within 30 days. so can they make that deadline? tom llamas got an answer from the head of border control. >> reporter: in the skies above arizona, customs and border protection closing in on an alleged human smuggler and a woman traveling with him. we're about eight miles from the border, and it is triple digit hot. and they have spotted two and they have spotted two people, one, a male, dressed ed in red. and they have climbed to the top of a mountain. we saw upclose the daunting task. and a federal judge ordered the
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government to reunite more than 2,000 children with their parents within 30 days. children under 5 within 14 days. do you think they're going to make that deadline? >> they're going to work really hard at it. we've been working this issue to connect families. >> reporter: secretary of health and human services grilled by senators. >> it still doesn't line up with the firsthand accounts of parents that i hear from desperately want to know where their kids are. >> there's no reason why any parent would not know where their child is located. i could at the keystrokes, i sat on the orr portal, with just basic keystrokes, in seconds could find any child in our care. >> reporter: but this mother at a denver shelter says that's not true. brenda says while in detention she begged for information about her 7 year old son. for weeks before she was told he was in a shelter 2,000 miles away in miami.
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all she wants is her son back. and another big development on immigration. a compromise bill failing to pass in the house. a big defeat for some republicans. we were hiking on this treacherous terrain with customs and border protection and the commissioner when he received the news. he expressed frustration saying congress needed to pass that bill. it could have been the first step in trying to get immigration reform. tom llamas, abc news, tucson, arizona. back here in the east, the brother of janoris jenkins has been accused of killing a man in their home. wril william jenkins jr. has been charged in the aggravated manslaughter death of roosevelt rene. he was found in their home. both were living in the home while the nfl star was in florida. and women in saudi arabia may be able to drive, but they still have a long way to go. >> a female reporter taping a
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segment on women being able to drive has fled the kingdom over that outfit. the government has deemed it indecent because her white clothing was open to reveal her pants underneath and her hair wasn't fully covered. she posted a photo of her plane ticket and passport on snapchat. in the uk a schoolteacher has won a prize for world's best teacher. >> she will probably be the bestestest teacher. the bester teacher ever? her name is andrea safearia sacow. and she will give the money back. >> she hopes to recruit children to be actors, artists and other artistic careers. the program is either to roll out across 30 london schools in
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low income areas. >> congratulations. coming up, it happened oig. a bear and two dogs, unique encounter. and a new tool that could cut down on so-called phantom traffic jams. why, why the backup? first, here's a look at today's temps. i'm alex trebek, here to tell you about the colonial penn program. if you're age 50 to 85, and looking to buy life insurance on a fixed budget, 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?
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well, this is what a driver well, this is what a driver in phoenix found as he was driving. ooh, that snake slithered out from under his hood onto the windshield. he tried to use his wipers to shoo the bullsnake off his car, it apparently worked. why did we have to put it in slow-mo and all that? >> just for you. >> that's disgusting. >> we'll let it play out a little longer. >> i would have gotten out of my car moving. >> door open,tuck and roll, kendis is out of there. >> i still got two more payments on it, but it's okay. snakes, traffic, all that stuff is not usually a huge issue this time of night.
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while the rest of the time workers are out and about, roads can get a little congested and you have no idea why. >> now there's new technology that could help with so-called phantom traffic jams. david curley covers transportation for us. >> that's a traffic jam. >> reporter: on ford's test track outside detroit, proof that the modern cruise control system can mean less stop and go traffic jams. ford put 36 vehicles on the track with adaptive cruise control. it keeps distance between your vehicle and one in front. and look what happened. when there's a slowdown, one of those phantom jams, the vehicles on top start bunching up. but those with it on cruise keep the gap smoothing out sl t slowdown. an unexpected benefit for ford engineers. >> it's not something that when we were designing it, that we intended to do. it's fun to see the effect that the system could have. >> reporter: ford decided to try
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this big test after seeing the research of a professor who thought that it might have the when you were running the cars down this test track and you saw it work, what did you think? >> i mean, this is amazing. we had been experimenting with this in theory and to see it in practice with real vehicles was exciting for us. >> reporter: and researchers say not all cars need to be on adaptive cruise control to get at least some of this benefit. the cruise keeps us moving. we'll give you an example of how this system works. we're in traffic now. i'm going to set the adaptive cruise control. i want to go 57 miles per hour. so i'm going to set it at 57, which is going to put me right behind this person in front of me. i'm at 55, 56, 57. i've set it. and i've set these four bars now, so that's my distance from the car in front of me. as we're traveling down, all of a sudden brake lights above.
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the car itself is keeping that distance as we brake, and as soon as the phantom traffic jam ends here's the car ramping back up to my desired 57 miles per hour but keeping me still the distance from the car in front of me. >> that's good to know. >> i hate the phantom traffic jams. >> they just appear out of nowhere. >> it's you and snakes. somehow i think it all ties back to that. >> you slow down because of the snakes. >> you slow down because of snakes and everyone else is wondering, why is this guy slowing down? >> there's a reason. coming up, how the pride flag came to be. >> we're hearing from one of the original makers of the flag on the symbolism. a special report from whoopi goldberg, next. goldberg, next.
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♪ the final weekend of pride month upon us, which essentially means party time.
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>> it certainly does. but while millions celebrate the lbgt movement we learn more about the most prominent symbol. here's whoopi goldberg. >> it's a symbol of pride and defiance. >> joy and tolerance. >> reporter: of hope and healing. an expression of self. >> i'm happy, i don't care what anybody thinks. >> reporter: and the celebration of a community. the rainbow flag, vibrant stripes of color, stitched as one. >> same-sex marriage is now legal in every state in america. >> reporter: it's a powerful reminder of how far this world has come. >> breaking news. another mass shooting in america. >> reporter: and how far we still have to go. it has lit up the white house. and rocked red carpets. it's flown high in protest. and headlined parades.
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and part of the international conversation both loud and proud. and strong and silent. >> when i see a rainbow flag i'm happy. >> reporter: and for lynn, the rainbow flag is a deeply personal part of her own story. >> it wasn't like we thought this is going to be used for years. we were just trying to make something beautiful. >> reporter: you see, it was lynn, gilbert baker and james mcnamara, she says, who created the design and vision for the original rainbow flag in san francisco back in 1978. >> the rainbow flags, the originals were hand-dyed, hand sewn. and salt and soda ash in warm water. you're lifting and stirring and pulling the fabric for hours. and then it has to be rinsed and re-rinsed, and dried and ironed.
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i wanted it to be like an american flag, because i love the american flag. >> reporter: the largest collection of lgbt history in the world, lynn reflected on the flag's first flight. >> these flags were approximately 40 x 60. they weighed many, many, many pounds, and it took around six people to carry each one. >> reporter: we should never forget that one of the most amazing super powers a community has is that it can help us speak our truth to ourselves. >> very cool. you read the background of the flag and seeing the amount of effort that went into these. >> the amount of love. the thing that i found funny is instagram changed the colors for checking in on the stories. there are a lot of people who click on the rainbow colored flag and have no idea what they're doing.
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time for a little this happened. and we're starting things off with a creative twist on a new challenge. we've been showing you the what the fluff challenge, it's when dog owners use a sheet to disappear and confuse their dogs? >> like what the fluff. >> brandon smith didn't have a dog so decided to do it with his friend instead. [ laughter ] >> said he thought it would be funny to have a human as my dog. >> and he confused him just as much. speaking of good friends, a lot of people get dogs to defend the home and be their attack dog. >> guard dog. >> when something bad comes to the home. there's one in allen park, colorado as well. a bear comes to the house.
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makes it up to the balcony, luckily, the guard dog was willing to join him there and greet him with plenty of licks. >> what's up, guy? >> on the other side of the glass. >> you want to come in? hold on. let me figure out how to open the door for you. >> that's a bear with a lot of agility. climbed up the balcony and socialized with the puppy. this is the heist of the century. a raccoon determined to get into a bird feeder. and we're talkin' determination. i mean, this guy's at it for quite some time, climbing in every which way to try to get up there. >> oh, oh, boy, hang on. see, that's the tough part right there. once you're there, what's your next move? >> american ninja warrior finalist. >> he came up with a strategy. and then finally -- >> oh, he's -- >> oh, oh, oh. turn, turn.
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>> he scores! >> so he figured out how to unscrew the bottom with his feet and drops to the ground and enjoys his riches. and he's wearing a mask, so no one will be able to identify him. >> true. touché. >> it's a mom joke for you. >> or a bad dad joke. that's really genius there. you know, not everybody likes vinegar and salt chips. >> oh, yeah, no, i don't like them. >> neither does this cat, regretting sniffing it. like what's that? >> you're not going to like it. [ laughter ] >> stop, you're not going to like it. >> joanna posted it. i told my cat she wasn't going to like the salt and vinegar clip and she didn't listen to me. >> stop, you're not going to like it. >> that's the reaction most of us have to that. >> sour cream and onion on the other hand, bring it on. >> are you craving that stuf
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this morning on "world news now," the this morning on "world news now," the shakeup at the supreme court. >> justice anthony kennedy's surprise announcement. he's retiring after more than 30 years of being a swing vote. just hours ago, the president talking about his major decision to come. also this morning, a pennsylvania police officer is charged with criminal homicide in the death of antwon rose. the teen was shot and killed as he ran from police. now new surveillance video is revealing new details about that fatal day. in the mix, one thing you didn't know about ikea, a joke hiding in plain sight. and we are rounding out our sleep solutions series by putting a sleep doctor to the test. he is taking questions from the biggest sleep strugglers of all time. you, our insomniacs. plus, we have an extra special surprise on this
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thursday, june 28th. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> is it our last day? is that -- >> surprise! it's your last day. >> there's a replacement around the corner? >> no. we are not going anywhere, but some of you have had some interesting guesses on social media. >> have they? i can only imagine. but we're going to start this half hour with the future of the supreme court in the hands of donald trump. justice anthony kennedy has announced his retirement after three decades on the high court. he was a swing vote in a number of rulings. >> the president is expected to fill the vacancy with a much more conservative justice, but he says kennedy knows he will nominate the right person. >> i'm very honored that he chose to do it during my term in office, because he felt
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confident in me to make the right choice and carry on his great legacy. that's why. >> and he said the retirement underscores the importance of maintaining republican control of the senate. >> terry moran has more on kennedy's long career as one of the high court's more unpredictable judges. >> reporter: justice anthony kennedy who shaped american law and life by the simple fact that he was so often the man in the middle left the supreme court he loves with a short letter, one he hand-delivered to the president and addressed "my dear mr. president". he expressed his profound gratitude to seek in each case how to know and defend the constitution. >> he's been a great justice of the supreme court. >> reporter: this nomination is even more crucial than most. because few justices in american history have exercised more power than anthony kennedy. he joined the court in 1988, appointed by ronald reagan.
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no conservative fire brand, he frequently agonized over big decisions, but in landmark, case after case, his crucial swing vote decided american law and shaping american life. he co-authored the key opinion upholding roe versus wade and in a remarkable series of cases over the course of almost two decades he championed the rights of gay and lesbian americans. he wrote with deep feeling. they ask for equal dignity in the eyes of the law, the constitution grants them that right. all of that now could be up for grabs. as president trump has already picked one justice, neil gorsuch, that's already paid off. gorsuch casting a key vote this week upholding the trump travel ban. and now the president will choose the replacement for gorsuch's mentor, the man in the middle, on whom so much has been riding for so long.
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the travel ban case is likely to be the first of many, because president trump tests the system, tests presidential power. and it's almost certain that among the major areas this court will face in the coming years, a court the president is reshaping now is the trump presidency itself. terry moran, abc news, the supreme court. >> and president trump has about two dozen potential nominees waiting in the wings. >> he's expected to choose from an existing list of 25 candidates who have already been vetted. he interviewed some of them last year before picking neil gorsuch. democrats are fighting to hold off until at least the midterm elections. >> millions of people are just months away from determining the senators who should vote to confirm or reject the president's nominee. and their voices deserve to be heard now. >> senator schumer also highlighted that republicans refused to vote on a supreme
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court nominee before the 2016 presidential election. still mitch mcconnell says they will vote on kennedy's successor this fall. >> and justice kennedy has been on the court for some 30 years. so as can you imagine there are a lot of tributes this morning saying good luck in retirement. here's the daily news' take on it. they're saying good luck -- oh, not quite. >> how nice. >> the daily news there with its version of president trump. >> pleasant thoughts for this thursday morning. they clearly have faith. >> i think there are a lot of people who share those sentiments. a lot of people who are hopeful as well. >> a lot of people are elated. we move on to pennsylvania, that police officer who is charged with criminal murder for the fatal shooting of the black teenager who was running away at the time. east pittsburgh officer michael rosfeld turned himself in after being charged and released on bond.
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prosecutors say he made inconsistent statements about whether he saw a gun in the hand of antwon rose before he opened fire. >> they also released video showing another teen firing several shots out of the window of the car. rose was in the front seat at the time. the teen who fired the shots has been arrested. a federal jury in washington, d.c. has indicted an ohio man on 30 hate crime charges. james fields is accused of intentionally driving into a crowd of counterprotesters near a white supremacist rally in charlottesville in august of last year. he also faces first degree murder charges in the death of 32-year-old heather haier. a fire weather watch is still in effect in california. the pawnee fire is 30% contained. red flag warnings extend across six states with four new fires in utah.
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one of the pitfalls of live tv is the element of surprise. just like when we checked in on the botanical garden in april. >> we were supposed to see the corpse flower which only blooms for a day or two and instead we saw this. >> gary on a ladder. >> gary. >> we don't know his name. he is forever gary. but we're getting a second chance! here's a live look at the corpse flower right now at new york's botanical garden in bloom for all of you to see. >> wow. so the botanical garden extended its hours last night to accommodate visitors there in the bronx. the live stream is a great alternative because you can see the corpse flower without having to smell it, because it smells pretty stank. >> it's called the corpse flower because it smells like a corpse. >> yeah. it's really not that fascinating to look at, actually, after all this time, that's what gary saved us from? >> months!
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we have been waiting to see the corpse flower. >> what are we waiting for? just put a ladder in there. >> all this time we were hating on gary. thank you, gary. coming up, the victoria's secret model suing a hotel because of bed bugs. and the controversial patriarch of one of america's musical families. how joe jackson is being remembered. and the doctor is in and taking some common questions about what you should and shouldn't do around sleep time. and check out our behind the scenes pics on instagram, abcwnn and weigh in on this morning's surprise. is it rob nelson's coming back? rob nelson's coming back, everybody. you heard it here first. you heard it here first.
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the reason we're playing that clip is because members of the jackson family are remembering the man who made the kids famous. >> joe jackson who launched the jackson five and the careers of michael and janet has died of pancreatic cancer. he often feuded with his children, especially michael who was at one point estranged. >> michael's daughter paris posted a tribute calling him the first true jackson, joe jackson was 89 years old and quite an american story of bringing that family up from gary, indiana to the height of stardom. >> recently janet jackson made comments about him, saying my father is the man who pushed me to be the best i can be. authorities are looking into the possibility of a serial shooter at a popular campground. >> tristan was killed while camping with his two young daughters. los angeles county detectives are checking for links to several other shootings in the same area over the last two years.
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a victoria's secret model is suing a hotel in california over bedbugs. she shared these cringe-worthy images of welts all over her body. >> she said her reaction to the bites affected her ability to model and caused her emotional distress. she suffers psychological trauma. the embassy suites says it never found any evidence of bedbugs in her room. >> the model's attorney says the bites are some of the worst he's seen in eight years of specializing in bedbug litigation. coming up in the next half hour, an update on this guy. the human hood ornament. >> just cruisin'. no big deal. >> hear why he was riding like this. but first, the real reasons
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♪ i will be sleepin' with the television on ♪ ♪ sleepin' with the television ♪ sleepin' with the television on ♪ ♪ i will be sleepin' with the television on ♪ ♪ sleepin' with the television ♪ sleepin' with the television on ♪ we are back with part three to our series sleep solutions, and while we do appreciate you sleeping with the television on, or not sleeping at all. we do hope you learn some alternatives this week and getting some tips on how to catch quality shut-eye. >> we saw you go through sleep boot camp and gear up with gadgets. and now we have the sleep doctor who helped you on your journey back for more. >> dr. stern came by the studio to take questions from some of our viewers, and we started things off with the most common question we get. what happens if i keep waking up? a few viewers were asking about waking up prematurely.
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they wake up about four or five hours, can't fall back to sleep. is it possible that is enough sleep for that person? >> it may not be. it could be they're waking up because of noise or something going on in the environment. and many, many, many studies have shown that seven to eight hours or more are really better. >> one of our producers was asking, if i get two three-hour blocks plus an hour of naps, does that equal seven hours of sleep? >> the prolonged sleep allows you to get more of the deep sleep cycles. >> okay. >> it's better to have continuous sleep if possible. >> one of our viewers was talking about sleep position. he has back pain and was told that it is because he sleeps on his stomach. is there a best sleep position, and if you want to change it, are there techniques? >> left side is the best. less reflux, better for circulation. >> what about when it comes to medication? some people are using something as simple as benadryl or tylenol. can you form a tolerance?
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>> they are not habit forming, but the best is because of the side effects of the over the counters is to try to get off that. maybe try low-dose melatonin, and if you're having problems see a sleep specialist. >> someone else also asked about adjusting hours, jet lag. what is the best way to adjust when your body clock is off that way? >> the best treatment for changing time zones or changing related to your work is melatonin. it's actually the drug of choice. it's very effective. most people take too much too close to bedtime. the best dose, 2 milligrams, two hours before bedtime. it's not really a sleep aid. it helps you change your sleep cycle. >> caffeine and alcohol. >> alcohol will help you get sleep. you may get some deep sleep for three or four hours but then you wake up and won't be able to get back to sleep. caffeine can stay in your body for 12 hours. >> 12. >> 12 hours.
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>> what about snoring? i know we didn't find any snoring in my test results at all. >> there were some reports of a little bit of snoring. >> i snore? >> everybody snores. >> really? >> snoring is very, very common, but loud snoring, snoring every night is a sign of sleep apnea. >> the cpap is the most common treatment and it's a machine that goes over your face and forces air into your air waves. some people are hesitant to sleep with a machine. can you talk through some of the other options when it comes to sleep apnea? >> a simple mouth guard that is molded to the teeth and keeps the jaw forward a little stops the snoring and helps you breathe. it's a very good treatment. it's something most people and doctors don't know about but very effective. also losing weight. and body position, sleeping on your side. >> and a lot of people when they talk about apnea, they think overweight men. that's the most common population. but i had an 8-year-old cousin
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who was diagnosed with sleep apnea. >> you bring up a very good point. children. about 2% to 4% of children have sleep apnea usually because they have big tonsils. take out the tonsils, they start growing and flourishing, their behavior improves. >> what if the problem is just snoring? >> there are other treatments, but certainly the sleep apnea treatments, the mouth guards. they can eliminate it in 95% of the cases. >> you may think i sleep fine, but your spouse doesn't because you're snoring all night. they would appreciate the sleep guard. you have literally changed my life. and hopefully bringing this story to others we will be able to pay this forward. >> thank you, diane. sleep is the basis of health. i'm glad you're letting your viewers know that. >> can we go to sleep now. >> yeah. >> we'll take a quick power nap. that nap was so nice.
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>> how long did that last? >> i really, really enjoyed it, but the director had to come and poke me awake. again, with the melatonin. so many people are taking ten, five milligrams at least. he says one to two milligrams two hours before bed. very important to not take more than that. >> so i'll take it now. >> and the best treatment for insomnia is cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia. i learned so much, i'm finally sleeping, and now i have learned that it is all for naught. >> why? >> because after i finally learned how to sleep, come five months, i won't be able to anymore because -- i'm having a baby. >> what? >> i'm pregnant, everybody. so all that sleep is going to go away. i'm going to enjoy it while it lasts. >> we have some pickles for you. >> you got me presents? >> i got champagne for me. chocolate. >> i can't drink champagne?
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a drop of dawn and grease is gone. so while we continue to celebrate diane's pregnancy announcement -- >> yay! >> -- we have -- she's eating all of that. she's like, i'm eating for two. i'm drinking for three. we do have some good news about pregnancy. pregnancy cures a lot of things. >> really? >> besides e.d. >> i'm listening. >> come on. >> it cures seven diseases, conditions. pregnancy may cure. scientists say multiple sclerosis. the body's immune system attacks it. arthritis, breast cancer, low libido. you laughed at me. during the third trimester, increased sex drive.
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>> oh, really? >> yeah. >> anything about strange food cravings? >> no. >> hey! >> i'll be drinking for two. oh, hair loss. >> does it do anything for idiotic pouring? >> clean up on aisle seven. sorry. we have to give some serious points to this woman in preston, england. she had a formal event to go to. and we know from the royal wedding the way brits do formal events. you have to have good hats and fascinators. she didn't have a hat, so she decided to get a little creative. >> what did she use? >> she put a loofah on her head. she said it matched her outfit better than anything she saw in the store.
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>> that actually works quite fine. >> she put it on twitter. many users are now applauding her efforts. well done. many are wondering for years, what do those strange names of ikea items actually mean? obviously, like it's a swedish company. now we have some answers for them. ikea names all its furniture different names, some are named after people, famous legends in sweden. >> they are? >> all of the rugs -- >> yeah. >> -- are named after cities in denmark. >> oh, really? >> so this is a level of shade that is pretty insulting for the danish, because, you know, the swedes used to rule denmark some years and years ago. now they're angry. >> a little salt in the wound? >> exactly. jack? >> it's a scandinavian thing. let's end things with an atv cat. this cat is cooler than any of you and any of us, for sure. >> oh, wow.
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this morning on "world news now," the battle for the bench. a showdown shaping up over who will replace supreme court justice anthony kennedy, and how soon could the president announce his choice? also this morning, a judge has given the government just weeks to reunite migrant children and parents. the nation's top border official is weighing in. and the man clinging with one hand on the hood of a car is explaining why. >> so a few questions here. starting with, who was he on the phone with, and what led his ex-girlfriend to take him on that now infamous high-speed ride. >> ex-girlfriend. >> hmm. and shania twain has a big fan, a really big man fan, a wrestling superstar whom she brought on stage, but his song request was turned down with shania offering a counter challenge.
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an action-packed skinny on this thursday, june 28th. from abc news, this is "world news now." ♪ the way i feel ♪ i feel like a woman >> i'm a little off. >> you were so excited to say "i feel like a woman". >> we will get to the bottom of all that in "the skinny". but we will start with president trump praising justice anthony kennedy. >> the president said kennedy felt confident in him to make the right choice to replace him and carry on his legacy. kennedy was nominated by ronald reagan but was a critical swing vote, joining liberals on issues from abortion rights to gay marriage. >> his decision to step down
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gives the president a second opportunity to appoint a more conservative justice and shape the high court for generations. here's jonathan karl. >> reporter: it's the reason many conservatives came to support donald trump in the first place. his promise to transform the supreme court. and now that moment may be here. >> we will begin our search for a new justice of the united states supreme court. that will begin immediately. and hopefully we're going to pick somebody who will be as outstanding. >> reporter: he made no secret of what he'll do. during the campaign, he promised to pick pro-life judges. he said he will choose from a list of 25 conservatives the white house put out last year. >> highly intelligent. hopefully tremendous people. i think the list is very outstanding. >> reporter: i talked to the man who helped the president come up with that list, leonard leo, the long-time head of the conservative federalist's society. >> to transform the rule of law in our country. >> reporter: it wic
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battle. republicans have just a one-seat majority in the senate and democrats are insisting there should be no confirmation vote until after the mid-term elections. >> millions of people are just months of way from determining the senators who should vote to confirm or reject the president's nominee, and their voices deserve to be heard now. >> reporter: the republican senate leader said there must be no delay. >> we will vote to confirm justice kennedy's successor this fall. >> reporter: it was mcconnell who blocked a vote on barack obama's nominee, merrick garland, until after the 2016 election and orchestrated a change in senate rules, the so-called nuclear option to get president trump's pick neil gorsuch confirmed with a simple majority vote. the republican majority is even slimmer now, and the pressure on these three democrats is enormous.
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they defied their party and voted for gorsuch. and now they are all up for reelection in states that trump won big. the president will likely make a decision on the nominee within the next few weeks if not sooner. and this list is the reason why he can act so soon. this is his list of 25 conservatives that he says he will choose from. these are people who have already gone through a vetting process. in fact, he has already interviewed a couple of them. he did that last year before he ultimately decided to pick neil gorsuch. he wants to act quickly on this, because the president wants to see a supreme court justice confirmed before the mid-term elections. jonathan karl, abc news, the white house. >> and during the campaign the president vowed to put conservative justices on the court to overturn roe v. wade. >> it seems clear that roe v. wade is as vulnerable as when it was decided.
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justices tend to be deferential to previous decisions. so what could happen, it could get gutted. so it would become nearly impossible for women in certain states to get an abortion. but we'll have to see. >> dan added that chief justice john roberts could evolve and become the swing vote if he fights to keep precedents on the books but wouldn't be expected to split with conservatives as often as kennedy did. and later we'll learn where president trump and vladimir putin will hold a summit. the president's national security adviser john bolton met with putin in moscow yesterday, laying the groundwork for the talks. at the white house, president trump talked about building better relations with russia. >> it would look like we will probably be meeting sometime in the not too distant future.
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and i said it from day one, getting along with russia and with china and with everybody is a very good thing. it's good for the world. >> he said the meeting would likely take place next month. new images show north korea is upgrading a key nuclear facility. experts say the developments are happening at a rapid pace. on capitol hill, mike pompeo said that north korea remains a nuclear threat but defended the president who said there is no longer a threat. a former top fox news executive has reportedly accepted a job at the white house. sources tell abc news that bill shine was hired by the president as deputy chief of staff for communications. he was co-president at fox last year when he was ousted. but he was not personally accused. prosecutors in pennsylvania say the officer now charged in the death of a black teen made differing statements about the deadly incident.
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they said michael rosfeld changed his story about whether he saw a gun in the hand of 17 year old antwon rose. he turned himself in after being charged and was released on bond. kenneth moton is there. >> reporter: no justification. those strong words from the prosecutor charging michael rosfeld with criminal homicide for his fatal shooting of unarmed antwon rose as he ran away from a traffic stop. investigators released that surveillance video showing another teen firing out of a car window, as antwon sat in the front seat. minutes later, officer rosfeld pulled over the vehicle suspected in the drive-by shooting. antwon showed his hands, turned and ran. rosfeld fired three times, hitting him in the back. >> what was he supposed to do? there was a car, he was involved in an attempted murder right up the road. the windows are blown out on the car from returned fire.
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>> reporter: for days, members of antwon's family have demanded justice. >> he should have been in jail the day after it happened. he should have been fired five minutes after it happened. >> reporter: antwon's mother too upset to speak. her attorneys calling the charge the first step. >> we want a conviction of someone who murdered her son. and we really won't find justice unless we find that. >> reporter: the family attorneys say it is the first step, knowing police convictions in police shootings are rare. rosfeld's lawyer says he was just doing his job and they'll let the legal system play out. kenneth moton, abc news, pittsburgh. border officials say they're confident thousands of children can be reunited within 30 days. despite a strong endorsement from president trump, house lawmakers have rejected a wide-ranging immigration bill with nearly half of the
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republicans opposing the bill. moderates are calling for a bipartisan process to solve immigration crisis. an ef-3 twister packing winds of 165 miles per hour tore through east of wichita. it was on the ground for more than two miles damaging nearly 80 homes and injuring eight people. on a lighter note, it is time to check in with the world cup. so you know what that means. >> oh, no. >> cue that world cup music. ♪ >> this is something nobody alive has ever heard. the germans have gone home before the second round. germany facing south korea knowing they had to win to advance.
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south korea scored late in the game but it was called offside. so the referee checked the video. it was ruled a goal! >> goal! so then, with the german goalie well out of position, they scored a second, sending the defending champs out of the tournament. and mexico advances. >> and this was the scene in mexico city. a south korean man waving a mexican flag being cheered by mexican fans. >> love that. >> hundreds of mexicans gathered at the south korean embassy to celebrate. >> see that? the world cup. uniting people all over the world. >> where did we get the music? ♪ >> i kind of like it. coming up, a bizarre case of road rage. the enraged driver goes off on the other driver's vehicle. the poor truck. and just one guess what state this happened in.
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and leonardo dicaprio and brad pitt are joining forces in a stylish new way. we'll check out their new look in the skinny. first, here's a look at today's forecast. we'll check out their new look in the skinny. first, here's a look at today's forecast. forecast. ayep, and my teeth are yellow.? time for whitestrips. crest glamorous white whitestrips are the only ada-accepted whitening strips proven to be safe and effective. and they whiten 25x better than a leading whitening toothpaste. crest. healthy, beautiful smiles for life.
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> a man dressed only in his underwear launched an anti-pollution protest by climbing to the top of a traffic sign in downtown los angeles, high above the 110 freeway. officers begged and pleaded for him to come down, but nah, he was like, nah, bro. >> finally, after backing up traffic for 45 minutes, he did a back flip from the sign. >> woo! >> and was very quickly taken into police custody. >> he stuck the landing, though. >> i don't think the cops were impressed. >> they give it a 2. turning now to the man we showed you earlier this week clinging on to the hood of a speeding car. there he is. looking quite comfortable at times. >> i don't think he was. >> that is junior francis holding on for dear life. turns out he was on the phone
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with 911 at the time and pleading with her to please slow down. >> i'm on the 95, this is it. she is in the express lane, like this is it. i didn't think i had it in me to stay on that long, much less 50, 35 miles an hour. >> so the driver, patricia isadora said a rocky relationship led to the scene. not a bad mug shot photo. she said she did nothing wrong. she had to pick up her daughter and she, quote, wasn't going to deal with any fools. isadora was later arrested and charged with culpable negligence. >> wasn't going to deal with any fools. >> like i don't have time for him today, not today. >> i am dying to know what he did. >> maybe she was the one who did something wrong.
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>> i'm sure he did not deserve to be sped down the highway on the hood of a car. i'm curious to know what he did. moving on. we have another video of a case of apparent road rage, also in florida. >> shocking. video from the scene shows a man attacking another driver's truck with his bare fist. this is in miami. as the driver backs the truck away, the man then, oh, body slams the front of the grille, of a 2.5-ton vehicle. >> i don't know if i've ever seen a person try to fight a vehicle with their bare hands. so this morning -- >> ooh! >> -- the man has still not been identified. not clear what sparked the outburst, but he is angry, that is for sure. >> yeah. that vehicle, i hope the vehicle was okay. the body slam one more, ah. >> he managed to do some damage to the vehicle. all right. coming up, shania twain challenges a pro wrestler on stage at her concert. >> sounds like "the skinny" is
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♪ just give me "the skinny" so skinny is apparently in the house and we're starting off with a look at two of the biggest actors in hollywood. >> brad pitt and leonardo dicaprio haven't been in many movies together. but they have joined forces for "once upon a time in hollywood" and yesterday dicaprio posteago '60s garb. >> leo with the pleather coat and turtleneck. >> leo plays a former star of a western tv show, and brad plays his long-time stunt double, clint booth. love that name. they are struggling to find work until they realize their neighbor is sharon tate. >> they have excellent porn names.
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just saying. next to shania twain. the singer has many huge hits, including, "man, i feel like a woman". she just made a stop in her home town of montreal. >> she spotted a rather large fan in the crowd and invited him on stage. he parted the sea of the smaller people and then realized that this wasn't just any large guy, but kevin owens, from the wwe. >> wrestler kevin owens? >> yeah. huge wwe superstar. >> so kevin is a fellow canuck and huge fan of shania's and requested she sing his favorite
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song "when". she admitted she was a little rusty on that tune but promised to sing it the next time but only if he beats his next opponent. >> that is apparently a tall order though. this is the guy who owens has to face. >> oh! >> ron strohman. >> wow! >> he flipped a semi truck. good luck, buddy. >> looks like he already got to kevin's car by the way, this is real, real wwe drama. >> he didn't. >> that played out. >> he won't do it. oh. >> over the course of three hours. >> oh, he flipped his car. >> listen, if you need some motivation to beat someone in a wrestling match, dude flipped my car is probably a good one. >> yeah, that's the sequel to "dude where's my car". >> dude flipped my car. so now he gets to hear the shania twain song that he wanted to hear. >> did you know that song?
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new at walmart and walmart.com ♪ in and out my life ♪ in and out my life ♪ come and you go ♪ no, no, marlon, you missed it again. >> i was tryin'. >> he's singin' out of tune, throwing everything off. >> how are we ever going to get this right. everybody on this block can do it better than you guys. you don't listen! >> the ruthless force behind some of the greatest music ever has passed away. joe jackson, the father and creator of the jackson five that launched the career of the biggest music star of all time. >> and his relationship with his children and grandchildren has been strained, this morning they are remembering the impact on his family and music. marci gonzalez has more.
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>> reporter: he was the man behind this musical dynasty with a string of hits like "abc." joe jackson launching the jackson five in 1966 and credited with starting the iconic solo careers of son michael and daughter janet. the king of pop later estranged from his father. he and other siblings alleging years of physical and emotional abuse. michael describing his fear of his father in a 2003 documentary. >> i was scared. so scared. i would regurgitate. >> you would vomit. >> mm-hm. >> when would you vomit? what would produce that sort of reaction in you? >> his presence. just seein' him. and sometime i'd faint, and my bodyguards would have to hold me up. >> reporter: joe jackson admitting to cnn in 2013 he did physically discipline his children. >> i'm glad i was tough, because look what i came out with.
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i came out with some kids that everybody loved all over the world. >> reporter: joe jackson dying wednesday at 89 of pancreatic cancer. this tweet sent from his account just days earlier. saying i've seen more sunsets than i have left to see. granddaughter paris saying it was not written by joe. randy jackson jr. tweeting rest in peace to the king who made everything possible, i love you grandpa. and though he had a strained relationship with his wife, she was by his side when he died. back to you. >> controversial man, but definitely had a huge impact on the music that we love today. >> and on his family. don't miss our updates on facebook. >> more news coming up. cebook. >> more news coming up. facebook at wnn fans.com. >> more this is abc's "world news now," informing insomniacs for two decades.
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>> is it a boy, girl? making news in america this morning, president trump speaks out on the future of the supreme court now that the pivotal swing vote on the court, justice anthony kennedy, is retiring, and that paves the way for conservatives to take control. >> we have to pick a great one. we have to pick one that's going to be there for 40 years, 45 years. >> this morning we look at whether democrats can stop a trump nominee, and will roe versus wade be overturned? breaking overnight, the u.s. military joining the desperate search for a boys soccer team trapped inside a flooded cave. time running out, the water rising. the new plan to rescue the 12 boys. the man seen clinging to the hood of a car speeding down a florida highway shares his story

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