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back now with the story of a 15-year-old girl in florida who survived a harrowing ordeal, being chased up a tree by a 11-foot alligator. back now with a 15-year-old girl harassed up a tree by an 11-foot alligator. >> it happened north of orlando. she was floating on a raft in a creek when an alligator started stalking her. she quickly made her way to the shore. he refused to give up, forcing her to climb a tree for safety. he refused to leave, hissing while her mother was forced to call for help. hissing toe baat the base of the tree while her mother called for help.
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finally, a lake county sheriff's deputy came to the rescue, . >> finally arc lake county sheriffs deputy came to the rescue, shooting and killing it with a single shot. >> other than the teen's frazzled nerves, and her mom's, there were no injuries reported. but we have had stories this year of people who have died from gator attacks. it is a real danger. >> she may not be safe in the tree, they are accomplished climbers. a texas grandmother is speaking out about a man who allegedly exposed himself in a wal-mart. >> the woman identified as danielle says he was in the children's clothing section. she took a picture and she walked up to the man and told him to stop. he claimed his zipper broke. danielle says the suspect, he was just lucky her husband wasn't there. >> i'm sure any other man, you
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know, would have just of course would have handled it a lot differently. you know, he may not have one to show. >> oh. she went there. >> she did. >> the suspect is charged with indecent exposure. >> police says he still claims the entire situation was an accident. the analyst is in the house. >> the skin my plus a bonus round coming up next.
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the apartment building where the fire was. when things like this happen, i think you find a new perspective on life. hi. red cross put us in a hotel so we were able to stay together. we're strong and, if we overcame that or if we can overcome that, we can overcome anything, so. [ sniffle ]
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♪ skinny ♪ just give me the skinny >> it's skinny time! >> yes, it is. >> time for the skinny. it's skin my time. >> yes, it is. >> time for the skinny. >> our bachelor ret is here. there was thing out last night. >> won in. >> that woman in new jersey, in the world cup here. >> we'll see. >> yeah. >> we sort of reached the quarterfinal stage of the bachelorette season. as we said, nine guys started last night with big emotional
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challenges for becca and her men and so we roll that beautiful bachelorette footage. start off in richmond, virginia. they say virginia is for man, he too can kick. >> jason showed himself to be a lover. >> revitalized. >> a strange visit to the unhappy hour. >> may you be unhappy ever more. >> ever more. >> jason and becca talk about their family past. >> family and friends are everything. >> jason gets the rose, he's a strong contender. group date involving george washington and abraham lincoln. >> abe lincoln. >> i am honored. >> back election 2018. how do you envision your future with becca?
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>> well, first of all, not one having crossed my mind. so pack my bags and go home like chris. >> plenty of inciteful comments from the candidates. >> i have been nothing but real at this point. i can't say the same for all of myopoints. >> inevitably, some of them went on the attack. >> there is a nasty side of lincoln that is very i would say malicious. >> that didn't go over well with becca. the guy wasn't liking that the cocktail party degenerating into a chris versus lincoln. or bachelor ret is emotionally exhausted. time for a one-on-one date we willio. leo gets to tell his story. >> i idolized my father all my life. >> chris decides he will invade her hotel room. chris making his case. chris couldn't save himself.
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>> i don't think that we're there. at this point i don't think we'll get there. >> see ya, chris, rose ceremony time. no rose for connor or lincoln. the kiss count stops at six.six. six. that was down one, but you figure with the reduced number of individuals still involved in this mess, we'll see what's up. six goes let. off to the bahamas next week. a bit more of a traditional setting for bachelorette as opposed to, let's say, richmond, virginia. sun, sand. >> virginia is for lovers. >> sexuality. >> we'll see what's up with this whole thing. you got to remember that hometown dates are coming up. technically that is the semi-finals of the bachelorette. >> is england going to make the quarterfinals in. >> england will make the quarterfinals. and on that note, analysts out.
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>> friendship is still living. >> good luck. >> thanks, jack. next the material girl a manhattan judge ordered the pop star to stop harassing her neighbors. >> apparent lima donna has been approaching members of the board of her co-op on new york's west side demanding building records. >> it comes after she challenged a building rule her to be physically in her pad when any of her family or staff are there. >> the judge challenged the demand and tossed her demand for building records. it might be time for her to think about. >> i'm guessing they don't like her much. >> finally everyone's least favorite kardashian baby daddy. >> we are talking lord scott disick, reportedly dating a teenager. >> he parties in atlantic city,
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♪ i'm going to soak up the sun ♪ going to tell everyone we are back with "the [ music playing ] we are back with a bonus round of the skinny, also some bittersweet news forbe fans of cheryl crowe, like myself. her next album will be packed with collaboration, it will be her last, end of an era. >> she's won nine gram miss and beaten cancer and toughest of all, she was engaged to lance armstrong. she says people are more interested in singles than full albums. she is not closing the door of making music altogether. the eagles as well as johnny cashing a full lineup
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>> who knows. next, cardi b is doing something they have never done before smr she is the first woman in the rap game. not nicki minaj, not anybody else to ever hit number one twice, billboard confirming this. i like it. it's number one in the hot 100s chart. >> good for her. cardi had a number one hit last year which many say was the song of the summer. we know you love this. calm down. i know you are a big fan. he hates me now. anyway, congrats to cardi b.. >> she took to instagram to thank her fans for what other
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way than the shake of her booty. >> which is what the fans want. a pregnant twerking cardi b.. just what you want. >> that is amazing. she said her baby was doing shaking of its own. >> the baby is almost 2. >> oh my gosh. you can see her baby twerking. >> yes, you can. >> that's awesome. >> that is unbelievable. >> so next beyonce and jay-z their on the run 2 tour is on the way to cologne, germany. there was a heckup in warsaw, poland. check out how the queen made her get away, on a ladder they possibly got from home depot somewhere. >> they had a technical glitch that kept her suspended in the air. some of the crew tried to make it safe, they all seemed a littlehesitant. >> finally
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good tuesday morning. i'm kendis gibson. >> i'm maggie rulli in for diane macedo. good tuesday morning. >> here are some of the top stories we are following on "world news now." president trump is expected to interview two more potential supreme court nominees after meeting with four on monday. his short list includes two women. he insists he is not asking them to weigh in on abortion rights. >> a soccer team and their coach have been found deep inside a flooded cave in thailand. they are alive, hungry and weak after ten days on the ground. now the problem is figuring out how to bring them out of that cave safely. an australian bishop has been sentenced to one year's detention for covering up child sex abuses by another priest in the 1970s. the archbishop isn't going into custody yet. a magistrate is now considering house arrest instead. perhaps another sign of a
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growing peace between the koreas. basketball players from the south head north today for what is being called unification basketball matches. the games will be played in the capital city of pyongyong. those are some of our top stories this tuesday, july 3rd. >> from abc news, this is with the world news now." >> well, good morning. we begin this half hour with president trump moving number steam ahead to fill the vacant seat on the supreme court. >> abc world news learns he plans to interview two people. now, follows face-to-face meetings with four other judges. . >> that means at least two women are in the running with the fate of roe v. wade looming large.
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>> reporter: president trump continuing the search for the supreme court nominee. >> i met with four justices of our great supreme court. they are outstanding people. they are really incredible people. >> reporter: the president says he will meet with two orally the other candidates. he is predicting a vicious confirmation battle and abortion now at the center of the fight. during the campaign, the president promised to appoint justices who would overturn roe v. wade. >> it will happen automatically in my penalties. i am putting pro-life justices on the court. >> he's not saying that now. >> are you going to ask your nominees beforehand how they might vote on roe versuswide? >> well, that's a big one and probably not. they're all saying don't do that. you shouldn't do that. but i'm putting conservative people on. >> the white house refusing to say whether the president wants roe versus wade overturned.
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>> is the president still committed to appointing pro-life judges. >> he's not going to talk to judges about specific cases. he's looking for people that have the right intellect, the right temperament and will uphold the constitution. >> reporter: during the campaign the presidented is very directly. i am pro-life. i will be appointing pro-life judges. now he's not going that far. help wants his nominee confirmed and he's not going to give his opponent any new ammunition. >> thank you. secretary of state mike pompeo is headed back to north korea on thursday to meet with kim jong-un, three weeks after his historic summit with president trump. satellite action shows that the u.s. plan to get rid of korean peninsula nuke year weapons is unrealistic and risky. president trump's long time personal attorney and fixer is making it clear protecting the president is no longer his
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priority. in fact, michael cohen says his family and his country now come first, which is adding to speculation that he may be ready to flip on the president. cohen sat down for afternoon f x interview. >> reporter: he's a fixer that once said he will take a bullet for his client. >> i will do anything for many trump. i am loyal and dead indicated to mr. trump. >> when i sat down this weekend, it was clear something has changed. federal prosecutors are breathing down his neck. i asked him what he will do when asked for leniency, he was emphatic. >> my wife, my daughter and my son have my first loyalty, they always will. i put family and country first. three times i pressed him. three times his answer was the same. family first. >> mr. president, is michael cohen flip, sir? >> thank you very much. >> in the oval office, president trump ignored questions. in the past, he predicted cohen
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won't turn against him, tweeting, most people will flip if the government lets them out of trouble -- sorry, i don't see michael doing that. >> now cohen is sendsing a clear signal. i am not a villain in the story and i will not allow others to depict me that way. he is under investigation for >> reporter: cohen is under investigation by the u.s. attorney for the southern district of new york for possible bank and wire fraud. prosecutors are digging into his $130,000 hush payment no porn pn star stormy daniels and in the past, cohen insisted he acted on his own initiative but now when i asked if the president directed to him pay off the porn star, cohen hedged, telling me, i want the answer. one day i will answer. but for now i can't comment further on advice of my counsel.
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in april, they raided his home and seizing documents and more than a dozen phones and electronic devices. >> i just heard they broke into the office of one of my personal attorneys, a good man and it's a disgraceful situation. >> cohen told me, he doesn't agree with those who demonize or vilify the fbi, adding the agents were respectful, courteous and professional. i thanked them for their service and as they left, we shook hands, cohen refused to credit size special mueller's investigation and collusion with the campaign. >> it's a witch hunt. that's all it is. >> the entire thing has been a witch hunt. >> cohen told me, i don't like the term witch hunt and had words about that inna mus tower meeting when they sat down with a russian lawyer they were told had dirt on hillary clinton. he called eight mistake, an
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example of poor judgment. when i asked him if donald trump knew about the meeting in advance? cohen would only tell me this. i can't comment under advice of my counsel. >> heading out oversea, authorities say they filed a terrorist attack on a conference in france attended by rudy guiliani and newt gingrich. it was held by iranian dissidents calling for regime change. two were arrested in belgium suspected of planning a bomb attack and a diplomat that works here in austria. back here at home, most of the country is under a heat wave. >> many people lost power the grid was overloaded because of the high demand. >> the heat is fueling the wildfires out west, including this one in southern colorado. more than 2,000 homes and buildings have now been evacuated. more than 100 already destroyed. >> and temperatures are not expected to drop any time soon. palm williams has the forecast.
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good morning, palm. >> reporter: well, maggie, don't let the threat of rain fool you. the big story is the sweltering heat. it's 110 in d.c. feeling like 105 everywhere else. for the southeast, steamy, heavy thunderstorms and for the desert southwest, still hot, still dry, big problems with the wildfires. by late in the week, we'll have more wildfires in the ohio valley and swelters in the southeast. producer harvey weinstein is facing my kruj charges that could lands him in prison for life the new indictment accuses him of sexually assaulting a woman and committing a pattern of sex crimes involving three women. he says all sexual abuse allegations against him are false. several of the people kill in the parklands massacre, the parents will each get $114
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million. it comes from tds me. the 18 people in the attack will receive about $90,000 apiece. hundreds came together outside baltimore to remember one of the journalists killed in the shooting at the capitol gazette newspaper in annapolis last week. he was among five staffers shot to death. in the meantime, the white house has denied request to fly american flags at half-staff in honor of the victims. the mayor of annapolis says he's disappointed with the decision the white house did not publicly comment on that. this morning, facebook is saying, oops, my bad, admitting to a mistake that quietly blocked former friends without user's permission. not good. they say it temporarily allowed some users who had been blocked to send messages to people who blocked them and it allowed this team view posts they were never supposed to see the squad blocking bug was active for just
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over a week last month. i don't want to hear from my ex. >> no. >> exactly. >> that is not good. >> that is not cool. facebook. now a selfless act by a woman in north carolina donating a kidney. >> tracy schmidt tried to give her kidney to a friend's daughter, she wasn't a match some she decided to help someone she could help. >> it when to the george adams. a father of 3 on the wait list about nine months, the two didn't meet until after the transplant. >> somebody needs a kidney. i have two. i can live with one so why not share this? >> i call them my sister. we're brothers and sisters now. we will always be connected. >> so her act of kindness was so inspirational. it set off a chain reaction of donations and ended up saving four lives. it's kind of cool. >> i love that story.
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unbelievable. >> the thing with kidney donations, you can have up to eight donations, where everyone switches to find an amazing act. all right, coming up, this happened. a giant starf at a time i don't need one. we have a heat wave. we have a lot of questions about this one. >> if you have to have an app, why not have an app to stay in love? we are checking out the marriage courage lor next on "world news now." very, very tough on bacteria, yet it's very gentle on the denture itself. polident's 4 in 1 cleaning system consists of 4 powerful ingredients that work together to deep clean your denture in hard to reach places. it kills 99.99% of odor causing bacteria and it helps to remove stains. polident should be the first choice of every person that wears a denture, to clean their denture.
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look at this. a water main break in miami, look at this, a watermain break in miami, florida plunged a part of a busy roadway under water. that triggered a sink hole that caused further flooding in the area. apartments and businesses in the area were left with nearly no water pressure. they have a boil order until at least friday. lebron is in cleveland. it is coming down now he is headed to l.a. the ten-story building shows what used to be his number 23 cavalier's jersey. it was tan down in 2010 when he
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left cleveland the first time to join miami. one match down, six more to go for serena the seven time wimbledon champ has won 15 straight matches at the all england club. she is pack in action tomorrow against a qualifier from bulgaria. >> all right. turning now to romance, more specifically the romance of long-term relationships. >> we all know about dating apps like tinder, grinder, bull marketable. >> how many dating apps do you know about? >> i've heard about it. do you know there is an app that can help you maintain your existing relationship. >> there are a lot of apps to help you find a relationship, right? tinder, bull marketable, sizzle is an app for bacon lover.
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what about an app that can help you sustain a relationship? i decided to check out lasting, which claims to use 126 research papers to counsel you on your relationship. so i sat down with my wife and toke we answered a questionnaire. >> i'm satisfied with my savings plan. >> strongly. >> for now. >> we're doing about as good as we could. >> in the end, it spitz out a list of things you need to work on. she says she got some good advi advice, at the end of the day, it's easy to use. >> as strong as the app is, it's a little too convenient. it doesn't force i to get into different frames of mind. >> she says it does help you communicate, do not answer questions about work/life balance, the conversation can
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clean your cars out. >> the joys of riding clean. >> reporter: life and cars can get messy the zeigler family knows this all too well, mom with liam, gavin and aidan all under the age of 7, plus the family pet. how hard is it to keep your car clean with three kids and a dog? >> it's horrible. bought him, whatever you have to bring, you bring it. >> we even asked the kids, how dirty is your car? >> dirty. >> reporter: they have three roadtrips planned this summer him time for a messy car makeover with editor-in-chief jenny newman. >> why get it cleaned before a roadtrip? >> you will be spending hours and hours and days in your car. you want it to be warm and welcoming. >> first step, it might get scary, but remove anything that doesn't belong. >> i need surgical gloves. the dreaded lollipop stick. >> up next, vacuum, wipe down
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the dash and cupholders, last, clean the superior windows. we brought in the pros for that, don't forget your cash's exterior, give eight wax. think about it as sun block for your car. it will help protect that exterior from the hot summer sun. >> how the car is clean. keep tote bags tucked around the car. it helps to keep that clutter contained for a bit. >> use removable silicone muffin cups to clean cupholders clean. >> you can wash in the dishwasher. >> keep sunscreen and towels, here's the car before and after. time for the family to see. >> this looks amazing. >> oh my goodness. wow! >>. >> i got my little honda accord that needs a little cleaning. are you doing requests? all right. coming up, the next step in the process. >> the most important part,
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i was aski aggie if she's caffeinated. she's caffeinated. any guesses? >> what do you think? what do you think? >> i think you need just a little bit more. >> welcome to the -- >> this happened. >> this happened. i have a question for you, do you believe in life after loves? ♪ do you believe yes, absolutely. >> well, a couple of roads, we're taking a roadtrip. he wasn't believe income life after love. he was bull marketed out because the love of his life broke up with him. his friends decided, why don't we cheer you up? >> oh, of course. ♪ no matter how hard i try ♪. >> sit working?
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>> how could it not? he looks seriously >> does it cheer anybody up? >> this is my song is. >> this is a group of truck drivers i guess in scotland. >> i think it's working. white, right, here. ♪ do you believe in love after love ♪ i can watch these guys all day. >> the rest of the day, i'm going to listen to that. >> they even had a little choreography. i don't think it worked on homeboy. >> look at that fake smile. i this i the other guy is enjoying it more. >> he had it. all right. gook him's review occasionally captures like interesting moments, interesting animals. this time in rome, this cat is captured on google street view.
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>> he's so cute. >> yeah. he kind of looks very confused. he was hanging out there in a cat sanctuary in rome. >> hello. >> why are you taking a picture of me, bro'? >> now, you will be forever. moving on to a new world record that was set. because we weren't in the middle of a heat wave across the entire country. nothing screams more like the great wardrobe tours than the biggest stars. what are you going to do with this thing? it is 35 inches wide, 3,372 feet long. >> look how many people it takes. motivated to you do this? why now? it took place in cambodia. now it's the world's longest scarf, according to book of world records. >> we found somebody that war it. >> we have evidence. >> he decided he wanted to add
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this mor this morning on "world news now, a miracle in thailand. >> >> rescuers find a soccer keep team and their coach trapped for more than a week. this morning the options that rescue crews are considering to get the boys out alive before it's too late. the supreme court showdown. in the last few hours, learning who president trump has already interviewed so far as he narrows down his list of possible nominees to replace justice anthony kennedy. plus the heat wave gripping the country. with little relief in sight. how high will the temperatures arrive? . >> holdbein coita cte ve some viewers a flashback, the '70s, those crazy
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days. we'll try to wrap our heads around it on this tuesday, july 3rd. >> from abc news, this is "world news now." >> of course, we have a dad coaster. this one is kind of up and game. >> a 360 coaster. . >> it's upping the game a little bit. it's a week of coasters. july 4th. coaster ride. i don't know why they're connected. it seems to be. in the home. >> just all this patriotic stuff. >> just put it together. >> exactly. all right. it looks like, though, it's something very american the drama playing out overseas right now. finally good news, the boy's soccer team has been found alive a mile and a half under ground. >> they're alive, but they're very hungry the process could take weeks because of the flood waters in the cave.
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. >> unopgsz being considered is to train the boys to swim using special breathing masks. right now, officials are trying to get food and other supplies to them. >> how many in there? >> 13. >> brilliant. >> the voices they've waited to hear. >> thank you. >> 12 school boys ages 11 to 16 their soccer coach found alive in a flooded thai cave. >> many people are coming. many, many people. we are the first. many people are coming. >> reporter: rescue flashlights breaking their long darkness. the boys with no idea how long they have been underground. >> what day is it? >> >> monday. one week and monday. you have been here ten days. ten days. you are very strong, very strong. >> reporter: strong in spirit but physically, they're weak.
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some are able to stand, though, thank you, thank you, the boys repeat. outside, the word spread quickly. >> we just got the news that the boys have been found. it's incredible news, thailand's prayers have paid off. their parents sat waiting at the cave entrance for days. they're overjoyed. the u.s. playing a part in what locals are already calling a mer cal. -- a miracle. strong international team on the ground here. the boys and their coach went into the cave last saturday on excursion gone wrong. rescue divers battling powerful currents. now rock and muddy waters. now the search is over, the complicated rescue mission begins. >> we will come together to figure out what the best possible solution is, to figure out how to get if boys out as safe as possible. >> reporter: the next steps will not be easy. they're two miles inside. one plan could be stretching
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them out along the awe. with large parts of the cave submerged, it's not sure if they can sleep out. another option is keeping them alive and stable. it's still with rain forecast a race against time. >> you have another one really low. >> you will go before the rain comes? >> yeah. >> reporter: experts tell us the group was able to survive in part because of the sheer heat in that case. about 100 degrees, which means they didn't have to worry about hypothermia. the other thing they were able to drink because fresh water was seeping through cracks in the rock. now the team has to build their strength to make it out. it is a long trek. they've got to do it before the weather turns. >> it's a long journey ahead for them there. >> incredible story. best of luck. thanks a lot, james. turning to weather back here at home. it looks like the dangerous heat wave gripping the states is not supposed to break until several days from now.
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in the meantime, millions of americans can enjoy record high temperatures. a nursing home in new jersey had to be evacuated when the air conditioner broke down. the temperature there was around 100 degrees. >> in the west the heat is making it extra challengeing. 300 people have been evacuated because of the yolo fire in sacramento. . >> in southern colorado, more than 100 homes have been destroyed by the so-called spring fire. officials there say conditions are about as bad as possible. >> today it will feel as if it's around 100 degrees, all the way from kansas city to the east coast. we can expect that same temperature for the july 4th holiday. . >> right. it sounds like a per sfekt time the hit the beach in many places. we turn to the supreme court. president trump has been sitting down with nominees less than a week since anthony kennedy announced his retirement. we are learning a woman was among the four candidates
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interviewed on monday. sources say the president met with judge amy cone y barrett as well as judge brett kavanaugh and raymond kethledge and amulthapar. >> they are very good people. >> so during the campaign the president vowed to appoint justices that would overturn roe v. wade. but the white house now says they will not discuss specific cases with the candidates. all interview reasonable doubt in their 40s and early 50s. >> secretary of state mike pompeo was headed back to north korea with another face-to-face meeting with kim jong-un. as the officials try to work out the logistics of de-nuclearization, north korea seems to be expanding its weapons arsenal. >> reporter: >> reporter: three weeks after
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that historic summit, questions are mounting over whether north korea actually intends to de-nuclearize, amid new signs they are moving forward with their nuclear weapons program. . >> we have developed a program i'm sure secretary of state mike pompeo will be discussing this in the near future how to dismantle am their wmd and ballistic programs in a year. >> reporter: officials from the u.s. and north korea met sunday se demilitarized zone. john bolton says the u.s. has a plan to dismantle the program in onye.dentrump was asked if north korea will reveal the details of the facilities in the coming weeks. >> oh, i think they're very serious about it. we had a very good chemistry. >> reporter: but that comes as the washington post reports, u.s. intelligence officials believe income doesn't intend to fully surrender its nuclear arsenal sand seeking ways to conceal it. according to a new independent analysis, new satellite shows
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expansion at a key security facility. they would not comment but added -- >> there is not any starry eyed feeling among the group doing this, that we are well, well aware of what the north koreans have done in the past. >> reporter: john bolton says secretary of state mike pompeo will discuss it in the near future. pompeo is slated to travel to north korea this week. . >> all right. our thanks there. mexico's newly elected president and president trump are having a positive discussion. they say they will have a good relationship in the coming years. they spoke for the first time since the victory over the weekend. lopez obrador emphasized a need for mutual respect. we are learning more details about that deadly explosion of a tour boat in the bahamas. ten americans and crew the engi
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exploded. a 39-year-old mother from chattanooga celebrating her wedding anniversary was killed. nine other were seriously injured, including a young dancer from vermont who lost her legs. investigators are looking into the cause of the explosion. a norwegian cruise worker was rescued and is hospitalized in stable condition. spokesperson says the 33-year-old man, who has not been publicly identified yet was not wearing any safety device and likely stayed afloat by treading water the entire time. unbelievable. >> insane. >> what endurance. i can't imagine. sometimes parents get emotional at reunions. so can chimps. >> he is jumping for joy. he came face-to-face with the human who helped raise him. this just hits my heart. i can't help it. they took care of him for the first few months of his life.
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giving him all the care he needed. he was born with a couple illnesses. his chimp parents rejected him. >> they took care of him. >> the extent with which i love this. >> i know. i love baby, relationships. look at that little baby. oh. oh, good luck. all right, coming up the adopted woman who spent years searching for her long lost sister realized she is a lot closer to her than she thought. we're talking a lot closer. >> the urgent manhunt for that prison escapee, how his team cased the joint before busting him out using a helicopter. you are watching "world news now." w."
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well, here well, here we have a very patriotic crook who is now on the run in georgia. a share lift thief took the time to put on stars and stripes shorts. because, after all, this is america. this is america. he grabbed a package off someone os porch in carlton, now there is a $2,000 reward for
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his and his accomplice's arrest. shorts or bathing suits? >> those are clear american shorts. you can get through a good retailer anywhere. that's very patriotic of him. it's fourth of july week. turning our focus overseas now, thousands of police, soldiers and detectives have joined a nation wide manhunt over france for a notorious gangster who staged his second jail break in five years. . >> unbelievable. new this morning, we are hearing more about that almost hollywood-inspired spectacular escape. >> reporter: a massive man hunt for 46-year-old french gangster serving a sentence for murder now on the run after this breath taking helicopter escape from his prison south of paris. three accomplices in masks hijacked the helicopter using guns to force the pilot to fly to the jail. they flew it here and hovered between that yellow and red building, a small space to hover. two men jumped out, setting off smoke bombs before breaking into
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the meeting room where saed was meeting with his brother, whis going him away. the men last seen switching cars, heading north. investigators say they ditch thad car. this isn't his first prison break. if 2013, he escaped by blowing up doors with dynamite, using four guards as human shields. the notorious french gangster saying he took his criminal inspiration from hollywood. like the 1995 movie "heat" watching scenes hundreds of times, studying them. authorities say drones were used to scout the area a few months ago. now about 3,000 french policemen are searching for saed. >> he was helped by three heavily armed men with assault rifles. . >> we seen that video so many times now, every single time it's just as unbelievable. >> a fascinating breakout there. coming up in our next half hour.
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the girl versus the gators, the frantic 911 call when her teen was chased by an alligator that wouldn't let her get down. any guesses on the state? >> but first back here at home with bb rexa. break the her hectic schedule to show us what life was like on staten island before breaking through with her own hit songs. that's up next on "abc news now." take prilosec otc and take control of heartburn. so you don't have to stash antacids here... here... or, here. kick your antacid habit with prilosec otc. one pill a day, 24 hours, zero heartburn. you're in a group most likely to develop skin cancer,
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♪ if it's meant to be ♪ it will be ♪ it [ music playing ] t [ music playing ] oh, so that's bb rex, of course, sing "let it be" the crossover at the georgia line. that's been number one on the charts. >> this puts me in a summer move, i have to say, yeah. >> it's a very chill song. . >> very chill. >> lots of people loving it. it's been on the charts for the past 30 weeks. >> almost unbelievable. her career skyrocketed and we were there for her emotional homecoming. >>hank you.
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thank you so much. thank you. thank you so much, thank you. >> pop star bb rexa is taking us on a ride, on the ferry to her town of en island in new york city. >> how are you. >> i'm is proud of you. ♪ i can see you ♪ i can see you sntsz >> at 28-year-old the singer and songwriter has masked the art of making hits. serving sex appeal on "i got you" and defining genre with "meant to be" the country collaboration with georgia-florida line has been number one on the charts for the 30th week in a row. despite a ride, bb has stayed true to her roots. her childhood home a humble duplex on this crowded lot. >> i want to show you my house. >> reporter: but her goals were never basic. >> all my songs, i don't play piano.
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i play piano here.chl, watch oprah together. she said when she first started out, she put a check on her mirror, and shooez she'd look at it every morning, oprah winfrey, a million dollars. i said i will write it on my door. it kind of worked. >> reporter: her parents immigration and she's first generation, made sacrifices for her to be here. perhaps it's their journey that they instill that separate her from the past. how does being a songwriter give you more leverage and power? >> if you don't write your song, are you lucky. you have to believe in you on other terms, do they think are you pretty enough, or skin y enough, or can you zmans are you giwithwhyou kn, w much you want to pay for a record. whereas when are you a songwriter, you write the song.
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you are the controller. you own the publishing. this is where i went to high school. >> reporter: bb came back to surprise a group of 60 students they bust out bb's old hit, "me, myself and i." ♪ i don't need a hand to hold ♪ even when that night is gold ♪ i got that fire in my soul [ music playing ] >> i'm so nervous. i'm like they're not going to know who i am. so i'm glad you guys screamed. because i was like, they're going to be like who is this -- >> she's a girl from staten island who dared to dream. >> don't give it to anybody. >> she seems cool. i like her. >> she seems very down to earth. >> very chill.
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>> all right. the mix is next. right. the mix is next.
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all right. time for your tuesday mix. >> yeah. this one, i love this story, it's all about finding long lost women, a woman searching for her sister for decades, she was adopted. she lives in wisconsin, she was adopted. she is 31 years old now. she lives in wisconsin. she knew she had a sister out there in the world. she new her name was dawn johnson and 50 years old. all of a sudden this woman named dawn moves in next to her in wisconsin, they say hi, back and forth. they're friendly a couple months into them being neighbor, the woman received a package for dawn who is 50 with the last name johnson next door. she puts two and two together
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and realizes her long lost sister has been living next to her for months. they have the same biological father. they found it out from the post office. how about that? >> so they have been searching all these years. >> yeah, for many, many years i don't know say coincidence. i don't know what you believe in, stuff wasn't playing here. >> unbelievable. >> incredible story there. >> okay. so, i don't know what you believe in or what state of being you might be in right now while watching, but this is really trippy. this guy in southern mountain in southern california, placed a gopro with a 360 view on this roller coaster called the goliath. it gave some of the most trippiest angles. >> oh my gosh. almost look in the same direction. you you get this weird like are you moving or are we moving or is it move something. >> basically, you are moving right now. this actually like the coaster is still. it's you that's moving.
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. >> is it? >> whoa. guys! welcome to the overnight. >> that is pure '70s. . >> you know what i want to do is put this on my apple tv screener, so it pops up on a loop. wouldn't that be amazing? it freaks you out. a question for you, kind of personal. do you have open parking tickets? >> i do. >> you do? >> i have one from college. >> an overdue parking ticket. >> i still haven't gotten my diploma because of it. >> someone in pennsylvania mailed back a parking ticket 44 years later with a simple note saying dear pd, i have been carrying this around 40-plus years, forgive me. i don't want to give you my info, with respect, dave. it was only for $5. like dave, i think you will be okay there. . >> he paid it off after all that
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my name is eddie metcalf. i enjoworking in my yard and you know, i can't. i can't do that any more,'cuz i'm missing most of my lung. they did a cat scan of my kidneys, no more kidney stones. that's the good news. "but, we found a spot on your lung." that frankly scared the "hell" out of me. i hadn't smoked in 22 years. how could this happen to me? he said, "well, you know about radon gas?" we'll... you know, i heard about it. he said, "well, the second leading cause of cancer" "in america is radon, 22,000 people a year die from this." i literally left the doctor's office, got a test kit, put it in my house, and our result was 39.8. the upper limit is 4. we got to get this fixed. that was on a monday, and on wednesday, our mitigation system was up and running. well, i think everybody should have their house tested. we'd never know. we'd still be living there. i could get another tumor from it. right now, it's changing my life.
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mid-morning on "world news now," the dangerous hit gripping much of the nation, heat alert issued for millions. temperatures feeling like the triple digits in the northeast. the three symptoms you should look out for to prevent heat stroke and details on when cooler temperatures will finally arrive. >> any details about the effort to save those 12 boys who were trapped inside a flooded cave the dramatic video showing them alive. but the real challenge is still ahead. this morning the desperate measures that rescue teams are considering to get the boys out alive. new this half hour a mother's urgent plea for help. >> her daughter was stalked and chased by a vicious alligator and forced to climb a tree. hear the mother's call to 911. then the skinny, the
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campaign for becca's heart. the guys step up on soap boxes and make fools of themselves. meanwhile, becca doesn't know who to trust anymore. that's the skinny on th tuesday, july the 3rd. >> from abc news, this is "world news now." >> we can say good morning, everybody, on this tuesday. we will start with the extreme heat gripping most of the country. it is hot. >> here and there. >> well, candace and pretty much everyone else is feeling the heat. it will feel 100 degrees from kansas city to boston overnight. even overnight the mercury won't dip below 80. temperatures are high each in the rockies. >> the heat wave won't end until the end of the week. first we have more on the danger of these high temperatures.
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>> reporter: that dangerous heat wave with no relief in sight. in washington, d.c., it felt like 108 degrees, baltimore 111. at least one death already blamed on the heat. mt. sinai hospital in new york city preparing for more heat-related illness. so what should people watch out for? >> so you should watch out for symptoms of excessive sweating. light headedness, dizziness >> firefighters in pennsylvania awarning parents to avoid hot playgrounds. to this bridge in chicago, to they had to cool it down after steel beams contracted in the heat. and now as a precaution, amtrak is turning down t tracks from baltimore to north korea. in case the heat damages those tracks. >> stay cool out there. hot and humid summer days often ends with thunderstorms. >> that they do. so was the case in western pennsylvania, with heavy rain and flash flooding. this was a scene in the pittsburgh suburb of sharpsburg, where roads looked more like
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rivers. >> humidity is high in the east. it's lower in the west, where they have fires and 100 buildings are threatened. >> that is fueling dozens of wildfires, in sacramento, 100 building are threatened. >> let's get the forecast from paul williams. >> good morning, this front will push through caution spotty thunderstorms. it's a weak front. the strong suit so to speak with the forecast. sweltering heat and humidity, feeling like 110 in philadelphia, d.c., virginia, 105 into boston and new york, the southeast is still watching steamy conditions and drenching storms throughout louisiana, mississippi and arkansas. we are still very dry and hot in the desert southwest. maggie, candace. . >> all right. so it seems to be hot all around there, paul, thank you. >> well, it is being called a miracle. the 12 boys and their soccer coach have been found deep inside a flooded cave in thailand, british divers with
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experience in cave rescues made the first contact. but it could be months before the boys are brought out safely the rescue effort is complicated by the fact that the boys are in a weak physical condition and are not experienced divers. abc with more. >> reporter: the ten-day ordeal playing out for the world to see. >> how many of you? >> 13. >> brilliant. >> reporter: it's the moment rescuers finally reached 12 boys ages 11 to 16 and their soccer coach flooded in a thai cave. . >> many people are coming. >> reporter: the boys and their coach went into the cave last saturday as a fun excursion but then sudden heavy rain caused flash floods, trapping them inside. physically the group is weak. some are able to stand as they say thank you to the rescuers. outside the cave where family members are camped out, many are emotional when they hear the
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news, but the mission to get them out is far from over. officials say it will be a complicated process. >> we will come together to figure out what the best possible solution is and kind of be able to get the kids out safely and as soon as possible. >> reporter: the u.s. is playing a part in the 1,000 strong international team on the ground. the boys and their coach are 2 miles inside. water levels are stable for now but with rain in the forecast, it is still a race against time. experts say the group managed to survive because of the warm temperature of the cave and fresh water seeping through the cracks in the rocks. a medic is staying with the group to try to build their strength for the trip out. thank you. we turn now to a new ruling delivering a rule to president trump's federal crackdown, they ordered the government to immediately release on grant hearings to more than 1,000 asylum seekers who have been jailed as long as two years. the judge said, officials say i.c.e. must be
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held accountable, which means they must get a court hearing within seven days. a man charged with attempting to support terrorism. authorities say demetrius pitts was casing landmarks in cleveland, talking ab setting off bombs at a july 4th parade. he allegedly discussed the plan with an under covering a and in his home spot of philadelphia. senator rand paul says a man threatened to kill him and chop up his family with an axe. rand paul now has around the clock security. he says he has become concerned for his family's safety. especially since last year, he was assaulted by a neighbor. ap he was on the field during a professional baseball practice. >> it's horrendous we are having to deal with things like this. and that on top of being attacked personally. having a very serious life-threatening basically
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attack on my person and being shot at. i've had a year where i'm becoming more and more aware we have these real threats out there. >> paul added that something needs to be done to bridge the gap of political differences in this country. okay. so it is that important time of the newscast. >> the most important time. >> our world cup coverage. i'm scared to say, queue that beautiful world cup music. [ music playing ] >> oh, now i can break dance, now we get it. oh, that's good. >> so the knockout round ends today. we are a bunch of monkeys back somewhere playing this music. the remaining games will have a tough time actually beating the excitement of the belgium-japan game. great. >> it was tied at two. nearly ended injury time. japan takes a corner kick that caught. oh. the corner kick by japan ends up getting caught by belgium goalie. to the head. oh.
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that one went in after a couple passes, he knocks in the winner. belgium wins, despite failing by two goals. in the second half now they move onto the quarterfinals. >> in the first half, belgium was not even on the board at all. then to come back and complete it in the 94th minute. >> that is amazing. >> they are underdogs. yes, i never get tired of it. every single time. jumping now to the first match of the day, pitted brazil against mexico. he and his teammates going blond. because it looks good. >> he died his hair before the game. it was supposed to bring confidence. it didn't work. the match was scoreless in the 51st minute when neymar basically hits it in there. he's the greatest soccer player around. brazil wins 2-0 in the end.
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>> but there was a scare with neymar. we have to talk about this. he was stepped on by a mexican player. neymar, are you okay? . >> it was like a hang nail. that's stuff right there. did you see it? >> give that man the academy awards. oh my gosh. he was in agony. in agony. i never doubt you for a second, neymar, don't worry. . >> what did you say, jack? >> it's a magic spray. you got to spray it down. that makes everybody better. >> so that lasted like four minutes of him doing the drama. >> i believe him. there were some amazing acons o. >> indee >> check one person going, ie we don't have to amputate. neymar appears to be giving birth. now here's a new team photo someone made. >> that actually happened, though. that's real, right there.
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>> the acting. yes, that music is terrible, by the way. . >> keep it going. coming up, the grandmother who confronted a creep at wal-mart. >> hear what she did when she saw a man letting it all hang out in the store. he claims his zipper was broken. for fun, we'll see how becca is doing, trying to narrow down her list of men. who will survive the group date? you are all watching "world news now." show me the carfax? now the car you want and the history you need are easy to find. show me used minivans with no reported accidents. boom. love it. [struggles] show me the carfax. start your used car search and get free carfax reports at the all-new carfax.com.
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backback now with the story of a 15eaow w-yith a 15r--year-old girl in florida who survived a harrowing deal, being chased up a tree by an 11 foot alligator. >> it happened north of orlando. she was floating on a raft in a creek when an alligator started stalking her. she quickly made her way to the shore. he refused to give up, forcing her to climb a tree for safety. till the gator refused to leave, hissing at the base of the tree while her mother was forced to call for help. called for help.
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finally, a lake county sheriff's deputy came to finally a lake count yi sheriffs deputy came to the rescue, shooting and killing it with a single shot. >> other than the teen's frazzled nerves, and her mom's, there were no injuries reported. but we have had stories this year of people who have died as a result of gator attacks. so it is a real danger for many of these folks. >> it seems so rare he was so aggressive. it is a real danger. >> she may not be safe in the tree, they are accomplished climbers. a texas grandmother is speaking out about a man who allegedly exposed himself in a wal-mart. >> the woman identified as danielle says he was in the children's clothing section. she took a picture and september it to her daughter to alert police. she took a picture and she walked up to the man and told him to stop. he claimed his zipper broke. danielle says the suspect, he was just lucky her husband wasn't there. >> i'm sure any other man, you
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know, would have just of course would have handled it a lot differently. you know, he may not have one to show. >> oh. she went there. >> she did. >> the suspect is charged with indecent exposure. >> police says he still claims the entire situation was an accident. . well, coming up, the bachelor ret's analyst is in the house. >> the skinny plus a bonus round coming up next.
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♪ skinny ♪ just give me the skinny >> it's skinny time! >> yes, it is. >> time for the sk [ music playing ] it's skinny time. >> yes, it is. >> time for the skinny. . >> our bachelorette an nis is here. there was thing out last night. >> won in. >> that woman in new jersey, in the world cup here. >> we'll see. >> yeah. >> we sort of reached the quarterfinal stage of the bachelorette season. as we said, nine guys started last night with big emotional challenges for becca and her men
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and so we roll that beautichelo. start off in richmond, virginia. they say virginia is for lovers. . >> jason is really growing on me, like, dam. jason can kiss >> jason showed himself to be a lover. >> revitalized. >> a strange visit to the unhappy hour. >> may you be unhappy ever more. >> ever more. >> jason and becca talk about their family past. >> family and friends are everything. >> jason gets the rose, he's a strong contender. group date involving george washington and abraham lincoln. >> abe lincoln. >> i am honored. . >> >> back election 2018. how do you envision your future
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with becca? >> well, first of all, not one having crossed my mind. so pack my bags and go home like chris. >> i have been nothing but real at this point. i can't say the same for all of myopoints sitting here today. >> inevitably, some of them went on the attack. >> there is a nasty side of lincoln that is very i would say malicious. >> that didn't go over well with becca. the crowd wasn't liking that. the cocktail party degen rating into a chris versus lincoln. our bachelorette is emotionalally exhausted. time for a one-on-one date we we willio. leo gets to tell his story. >> i idolized my father all my life. wel getherecides he will invade
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>> see ya, chris, rose ceremony time. no rose for connor or lincoln. the kiss count stops at six. six. . >> only six? >> that was down one, but you figure with the reduced number of individuals still involved in this mess, we'll see what's up. six guys left. off to the bahamas next week. a bit more of a traditional setting for bachelorette as opposed to, let's say, richmond, virginia. you know, sun, sand. >> virginia is for lovers. >> sexuality. >> we'll see what's up with this whole thing. you got to remember that hometown dates are coming up. that is, technically, is that is the semi-finals of the bachelorette. >> is england going to make the quarterfinals in. >> england will make the quarterfinals. and on that note, analysts out.
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>> friendship is still living. >> good luck. >> thanks, jack. next the material girl a manhattan judge ordered the pop star to stop harassing her neighbors. don't talk about her like that. >> apparently, madonna has been approaching members of the board of her co-op on new york's west side demanding building records. >> it comes after she challenged a building rule that requires her to be physically present in her $7 million pad when any of her family or staff are there. >> the judge challenged the demand and tossed her demand for building records. it might be time for her to take a bow. >> i'm guessing they don't like her much. >> finally everyone's least favorite kardashian baby daddy. >> we are talking lord scott disick, courtney's 35-year-old ex, is apparently dating a
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♪ i'm going to soak up the sun ] round of the skinny, also some bittersweet fans of cheryl crowe, like myself. her next album will be packed with collaboration, it will be her last, end of an era. . >> she's won nine grammys and beaten cancer and toughest of all, she was engaged to lance armstrong. she says people are more interested in singles than full albums. she is not closing the door of making music altogether. just the whole concept of album, i guess. the eagles as well as johnny cash a full lineup there.
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amazing. >> who knows.. >> tcoinues. cardi b will be on it. next, cardi b is doing something they have never done before smr she is the first woman in the rap game. not nicki minaj, not anybody else to ever hit number one twice, billboard confirming this. her latest single i like it. it's number one in the hot 100s chart. >> good for her. cardi had a number one hit last year which many say was the song of the summer. we know you love this. calm down. i know you are a big fan. he hates me now. anyway, congrats to cardi b.. thank her fans for what other way than the shake of her booty.
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>> which is what the fans want. . >> she's like number one again. a pregnant twerking cardi b. just what you want. >> that is amazing. she said her baby was doing shaking of its own. . >> i'm sure the baby is almost due. >> oh my gosh. you can see her baby twerking. >> yes, you can. >> that's awesome. >> that is unbelievable. >> so next beyonce and jay-z their on the run 2 tour is on the way to cologne, germany. in their previous stop, there was a bit of a hickup in war just a, poland. check out how the queen made her get away, on a ladder they possibly got from home depot somewhere. >> they had a technical glitch that kept her suspended in the air. some of the crew tried to make it safe, they all seemed a little hesitant. >> finally she came down from her tower.
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making news in america this morning, the miracle in the cave. the 12 boys trapped underground deep inside this flooded cave are found alive. >> how many of you? >> all. >> 13. >> right now the work to rescue them begins. why it could take months to get them out and the new option rescue teams are considering as they face rising floodwaters. we'll take you to the scene. new overnight, abc news learning who president trump has interviewed so far as he narrows down the potential nominees to replace supreme court justice anthony kennedy. the women now being considered and what role abortion rights will play. growing outrage after an american shows off the rare giraffe that she shot and killed in africa. this morning how she's defending her hunt amid a fierce backlash online.

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