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a series of brush fires -- in th right now on nbc bay area news, a series of brush fires in eeart othe north bay fire zone now under investigation. what we learned tonight. >> score! >> plus, excitement rippling through the bay area as mexico makes a surprise statement in the world cup. how mexico fans are celebrating tonight. first across the country and here in the bay area, father's day celebrating with protests. the news starts right now. good afternoon. thanks for joining us. ange rippling across the country over the policy of separating immigrant families. demonstrators including many fathers gathered outside a detention center to make their
voices heard. we >> reporter: they gathered here because this detention facility is where the ice detainees are being held. this demonstration they call organic or grass-roots. the first time organizer is a san francisco dad who says he felt compelled to do something. he launched an appeal on facebook just a few days ago. dozens of demonstrators lined up outside the defense facility chanting, carrying signs, protesting ice and the policy of taking immigrant children from their parents. >> we have none people ripped apart from families. it's heartbreaking. that this is happening here. >> reporter: the protesters chanted messages of hope to the dads being detained by ice inside the facility. among the group, lots of dads,
spending there's no limit. the idea that my government is doing this in my name with my ptx dollars is un >> reporter: the father's daypro te protest was organized by this dad. he say he was so disturbed, he launched a facebook appeal asking others to join him. >> it didn't seem right to sit around having brunch with my children while others are torn apart. >> reporter: because it was organized on facebook, there was talk of trying to channel their activism to make a difference.mn carlos tonight. it's not a march andray. demonstrators are asked to bring a candle for a solidarity vigil. it's set for 8:30 tonight outside city hall.
leaders continue to point fingers. democrats say it's up to the president to end the policy announced by jeff sessions. the trump administration is blaming democrats for not being willing to negotiate immigration reform, including a border wall. presidential adviser kellyanne conway defended the separation. >> if i commit a crime and i'm put in jail, my four children are separated from their mother. why would you want the children in jail with their parents? you want them in a facility. >> a showdown is expected in washington this week. president trump is due to meet with republicans on ill gracious reform. a deeper look at the immigration fight at 5:00. melania trump weighing in on the immigration debate.
witnesses say water was choppy from wind. police do not suspect foul play in this incident. one person is dead, two others in critical condition after a car crash in pittsburgh this morning. the car was going eastbound on highway 4 for an unknown reason the car left the road, crashed through a fence and rolled over. one person was ejected and trapped under the car. that victim did not survive. two other people were rushed to the hospital with critical injuries. one person was not waearing a seat belt. a series of grass fires in the north bay fire zone. investigators are calling it suspicious. they happened saturday evening on the west side of santa rosa. up to seven brush fires broke out. the fires were all small. no structures burned. no evacuations ordered. the fires were under control shortly after 1:00 this morning. investigators are asking anyone in the area that may have sn something suspicious to come forward.breaking news.
several grass fires in the lie area. near the 680 connector lanes are closed. we will update the the storyre available. it's been a busy weekend for firefighters. winds made controlling several brush fires very difficult. >> right now, we see the wind speed n strong as yesterday. san jose at this hour had gusts over 30 miles per hour. right now at 8 miles per hour. 75 degrees. a bit more wind in san francisco, but nothing like yesterday afternoon. 65 degrees, temperatures cool with 60s to mid 70s inland. grass firing burning over towards livermore. likely seeing temperatures in the 70s with wind speeds 10 to 20 miles per hour. between now and 8:00 tonight, winds will pick up in the east bay hills. less than half of the speeds we
saw last night, which caused all the problems. get back to the workweek, the big story will be the heat that will be coming later in the week. we are talking big warming temperatures ahead. valleys well into the 90s. air quality issues and, yes, fire danger will be splg omethio watch closely. the time line for when the heat arrives back in the bay area coming up. >> track the forecast with the nbc bay area app. it's free to download on your score! what a voice. what a set of lungs. a dramatic goal and stunning win by mexico in the world cup. they beat the defending world cup champ germans. more than 5,000 miles away from that game in russia, mexico fans watching the match on the big screen were just as excited. maybe as excited as that announcer. i'm not sure.
we are live in san jose. you went to a party today. >> reporter: this party got started this morning. it was anything but subdued. as you know, the stadium is next to san jose international airport. usually the jets drown out the crowd. today, it was just the opposite. hundreds of fans jumped to their feet to celebrate mexico's stunning victory over germany. it was all the more sweet because germany is the defending world cup champions. the 34th minute goal caused an they beat gerald nooe. >> it was they brought their al. . >> reporter: for now, the team is focused on their next match against south korea. >> reporter: for now, the team is focused on their next match against south korea.>> reporter
is focused on their next match agai today's game is generating excitement. in 2026, north america has been selected to host the world cup. there is a good possibility that a game could be played at levi stadium at another viewing party here in eight years. >> thank you so much. the soccer or football world still buzzing about this game. we posted coverage on our digital find a photo slideshow of fans bringing out their colorful style and food mexico team. our spanish language station is your home to tune in for live coverage of all the matches. still ahead on nbc bay area news, we respond. >> buy one, get one free,
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phones. t-mobile told jose to wait a couple weeks. so he did. he called us after getting nowhere for nine months. we reached out to t-mobile. it responded immediately to jose, not only did he get list $750 rebate, jose says t-mobile paid off his new phone. when you sign up for a rebate, keep copies of everything. the receipt, proof of purchase and the rebate form itself. if the rebate doesn't come in a reasonable time, you should complain to california department of consumer affairs. you can give us a call 888-996-tips or nbcbayarea.com. still ahead, a fire uncovers unexpected history in the south bay. it had archaeology students sifting through debris. we will watch warming temperatures. san jose tomorrow, close to 80. before we get there, what you
but t we have heard tragic stories of the destruction from the last fire season. there is one place wherelames revealed as much as they destroyed. >> reporter: we formally think of wildfires as elements of destruction. last july, the fire near san jose's park lived up to that reputation. along with several houses, the fire swept through the park's edge, trees and vegetation. >> we had hot spots for two to three weeks after. >> reporter: after the fire, a park ranger walked a trail he walked countless times. >> it used to be taller than
this. >> reporter: in the clearing burned away by the fire, he noticed something he had never noticed before. >> when the fire cleared everything out and i saw the materials on top of the surface. looks like a mattress bed. hee here you have roof tiles. a bathtub. a fireplace. okay, this might be a house or a lodge. >> reporter: he realized the fire peeled away brush to reveal the remains of a forgotten building. >> that was a front door. >> reporter: to unravel more of the mystery, he enlisted an archaeology professor and his class at west valley college. >> this looks like it's probably an old maybe oil can. >> reporter: the class sifted through the site looking for clues to its past. >> what we're looking for is material that's going to help us determine how old the structure is. it's a child's shoe sole.
>> reporter: old bricks may hold the key to dating it. >> this is stamped on. the company that made the bricks, they made that in 1905. >> reporter: another made by a company that closed in 1927. >> that gives us a window of time. we know the building was build between 1905 and 1927. i think it was a domestic house. >> reporter: old maplundy owned it before it became part of the park. >> something new about the park er the weeds are reclaiming it. the latest chapter of a forgotten story written by the flames of a wildfire. >> somebody lived there. somebody's story is there. rob here to check on the reca. happy father's daytimes two ftir
you and your twins. >> we had doughnuts this morning. they left some for me. it was a nice day this morning. low clouds, drizzle for the days around the bay area, including those on the set. we had a nice day. less wind. that's a nice change. this hour between 4:00 and 7:00 last night, we had gusts above 30 miles per hour in san jose. the winds will pick up between now and 7:00 tonight. i think the numbers that are no right there. those aren't typos. big warm-up coming towards the end of this week, which coincides with the official start of summer coming up on t right now, 70 in emoryville. wind 12 miles per hour. n ancisco, degrees, wind speed at 13. we see the breezes pick up. we might get gusts close to 30 around napa county. you see that here on the hour by hour wind forecast. as we head towards tomorrow morning, sea breeze ongoing.
the wind speeds should come down. if you have evening plans, in the south bay, might hang on to 70s. pretty pleasant evening through 7:30. by 11:00 tonight, temperatures quickly dropping into the 50s. it has been a chilly sunday around the coast. you can see, santa cruz mountains, drizzle, not letting up there on the ocean facing side of the santa cruzame low c we head towards tomorrow morning. areas of drizzle possible. then mostly sunny skies and temperatures tomorrow could begin the upward trend. by 2:00, 3:00 in the afternoon, we should see highs around san jose approaching the 80s. even mid 80s south of downtown. temperatures starting to climb on up. the coolest day of the week, likely we passed it today or maybe tomorrow. then 90s in reach as we get towards the middle part of the week and forward.
you see 60s and 70s from oakland into hayward. temperatures starting to come up around with mid 70s in the peninsula. san francisco, you will haveo70. for the north bay, 70s and low 80s as we get into your monday forecast. the big change we have been talking about is this see a bri high pressure build in. we should get close to 90 on tuesday and wednesday. then stronger ridge starts to develop. that's why the seven-day forecast is stealing the attention. thursday, friday, saturday, sunday, the heat could be coming in. it looks like we could be seeing 90s, but with some exceptions. concord, maybe livermore, too, possibly close to 100 degrees. the way things look by next saturday. san francisco, not much change through the middle part of the week. a little warmer. summer officially arrives thursday. just like that, we jump into the
70s. san francisco, as you can see, mid 70s as we get through next weekend. here is where the numbers climb for the valleys. they have seen 60s and 70s this weekend. starting thursday and friday and saturday, the average for inland highs will be 92 to 94 degrees. the hottest places could >> it's good to keep in mind, fire season is here. >> even on days like today when it's not necessarily warm outside, the hills have been conditioned and dried. any wind this time of year, plus the heat coming later in the week. >> thanks a lot. still ahead on n news, he has been called out for his attitude during the finals. now a bay area brewery is making a unique tribute to lebron james. we have to show you this. first, more father's day wishes. >> just a great man, a great leader. taught me how to be a good man. just naturally, just throughout
south bay car show while trying to help foster kids find a family. today was the faster the bay car show in san jose. in addition to car enthusiasts showing off their rides, as you can see right there, various fund-raisers going on to help the organization known as foster the bay. the group includes 40 bay area churches that work towards putting foster children with families. >> it's been great. we are twice as many as we last year. we are close to 60 cars. the weather is great. it's a great event. we do a free barbecue.
people drive by, they slow down, they pull in. it's just a great time to hang out with neighbors. >> it's the third year in a row this event has been held on father's day. warriors fans continue to celebrate the latest championship in a variety of ways. san francisco's bare bottle brewing company is taking a jab at lebron james. they are introducing lebron tears. they have taken james tears' and distilled them into a hazy ipa. coming up immigration battle heating up in washington. >> this is inhumane. i would lik to it' unamerican. >> more finger pointing among lawmakers over the separatio of families at the border. the showdown expected this week on capitol hill. a rescue to save hikers on the coast, including two teenagers trapped on a cliff all night long.
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>s right now. welcome back. we continue to follow breaking news right now. it's coming to us out of the east bay. several grass fires in the livermore area. we have pictures from the scene. you can see pictures taken from a car. the smoke in the distance there. we will get closer. there you go. chp is telling us all westbound lanes near the 680 connector are closed. several grass fires burning in the livermore area. we have a crew on the way. you have video. we will update this story as more information becomes available. now to our other top story. outrage over a new immigration policy that takes children away from their families. many people taking their fight to fathers being held inside detention facilities we are live where one of the
protests was held today. >> reporter: that protest was head here at the west county detention center, because this is the facility where the ice detainees are held. dozens of those demonstrators gathered outside this slogans a holding the immigrant dads who locked up in this facility and tote parents at the u.s. border. among the protesters, dads attending. they were spending the father's day protesting instead of celebrating. that includes a san francisco dad who organized it all on facebook a few days ago. >> my real goal for today was to teach my son the values of compassion, to teach my son that while people are suffering, while people are being tortured, children taken away from their family, you can't rest. >> you have to agitate, you have to be a community. that seemed like a perfect way to celebrate father's day. >> reporter: that father who organized this is an i.t. specialist in banking.
he knew nothing about organizing a protest. this was his first effort. he is thinking of ways to try to channel that activism to help the work. >> thanks very much. a showdown on this crisis at the border expected this week as president trump meets with republicans on immigration reform. outrage from both sides of the aisle as well as the public continues to surge. general f nbc's jennifer johnson has .>> reporter: a march for famil reunification in texas. children separated from their parents as they crossed over the border are now housed in tents. >> a lot are escaping murder, rape and all sorts of horrors down there. all they want to do is -- get to a safe place for their kids. >> reporter: a bill stopping the practice will be brought to congress this week. >> this is inhumane. i would like to say it's unamerican. but it's happening right now in america. >> reporter: president trump
heads to capitol hill tuesday to talk immigration reform with house republicans. he blames the democrats. >> i hate the children being taken away. the democrats have to change their law. that's their law. enac t 2,000 children in shelters, their parents in jail. >> if i commit a crime and i'm put in jail, my four children are separated from their mother because we don't have a policy -- why would you want the children in jail with their parents? >> reporter: republicans say parents who come to a legal port of entry with claims of asylum are not supposed to lose their children. >> the administration needs to put an end to that right off. >> reporter: the trump administration denies it's using the children as hostages to get the border balarrder wall. firstelania trump weighed in. her sswoman says she hates to see children separated from their families and hopes
lawmakers can come together or reform. america needs to follow all laws and a country that governs with heart. mrs. trump made helping children the focus of her platform as first lady. as the debate over immigration intensifies, nig "nightly news" will look at the biggest processing center in the united states. new video of a rescue along the coast. video from a helicopter shows crews working to bring three hikers to safety. they were trapped overnight on a cliff. they set out friday evening for a hike. it wasn't until saturday morning that rescue crews could get to the two teenage girls and the 23-year-old man. they were trappedp there. they were airlifted to safe ground and are expected to be okay. bragging about being sexually deviant. a court appearance scheduled for one of the women accused of having sex with underage boys. she are both 23 years of age, became a target of a sheriff's investigation back in april.
investigators were tipped off about the alleged relationships between the women and several 15 and 16-year-old boys. she was a student teacher in san jose but detectives are saying, they have not found any connection to any students there. she's scheduled for court tomorrow. the other woman, her first appearance is pending. fire crews continue to battle a brush fire. they say 40 acres have burned in the oregon fire. that blaze is about 40% contained now. there have been no evacuations, no structures threatened. the cause of the fire unknown. we are getting deeper into wildfire season. the first day of summer almost here. it begins thursday. let's check with rob tracking the conditions. >> right now at least temperaturewise, nothing too hot or too dry. a sea breeze around the bay area. 76 in san jose. a big change from 24 hours ago, the wind speeds not nearly as
strong. the sea breeze picking up in san francisco where it's 64 degrees. our temperatures everywhere right now, 60 toid 70s. the coolest day by far we will see this week. temperatures start to rise. something you will notice between now and about 7:00 tonight, the winds picking up just before sunset around the east bay hills. you will see wind gusts 15 to 30 miles per hour. overall, a lot less than we saw during the same time yesterday. by tomorrow morning, wind speeds start to drop off. the same winds ensuring that monday will be one more mild day. then as we approach the middle partthe week, big warming arri valleys, 90 and possibly hotter than that as we head towards the end of the week. fire danger on the rise. air quality will suffer as high pressure builds in. the time line on the big heat coming our way with the first weekend of summer ahead coming up in our forecast in a few minutes. >> thanks very much. track the forecast with our nbc bay area app. it's free to download on your smartphone.
get updates on the weather for where you live. they are celebrating in the streets of mexico after the countries country's national team beat germany in the world cup today. in san jose, mexico fans just as excited at a viewing party. we have the proof. >> reporter: the viewing party started here this morning. the fans quickly woke up when they looked up on the big screen and saw that mexico had just scored. this is what it sounded like. hundds ofans cheered and jumped to their feet to celebrate mexico's stunning victory over germany. it was all the more sweet because germany is the defending world cup champion.
a 34th minute goal caused an eruption here. >> i have been following the team for a very long time. they are playing their very best right now. >> reporter: many say this huge upset is proof mexico can return home world cup champions. even though they have never made it to the finals in the past. for now, the team is focused on their next match against south korea. of course, today's game is generating a lot of excitement about 2026. north america is going to be the host for those world cup games. in fact, the stadium may host another viewing party in eight years. >> thanks very much. a lot of exciting matches today all being held out there in russia. at 6:00, the highlights from today's matchups. another big match today between brazil and switzerland. we have you covered in sports at
6:00. our spanish language station is your home to tune in for live coverage of all the matches. still ahead on nbc bay area news at 5:00, terror at an arts festival. one person killed, more than 20 people injured when a gunman opens fire. what could have led to that shooting. continuing to show its force, the new video from hawaii's big island as kilauea remains active. yet another massn
america. more than 20 people were hurt when gunmen opened ire early this morning at a popular arts festival in another mass shooting. more than 20 people were hurt in trenton, new jersey. we have the latest.ard just beft a crowded arts festival. >> all of a sudden, ten shots rang out slightly inside the door. it was like pow, pow, pow, pow, pow, pow. >> reporter: police estimate 1,000 people were in the area when the shooting started. more than people were hurt. >> preliminary investigation reveals multiple individuals attending the art all night event opened fire within the venue. to this date and time, multiple onha been vered. >> reporter: investigators say one suspect, a 33-year-old male, was killed. by police.
another suspect is in custody. >> the shooting appears to be related to several gangs having -- neighborhood gangs from here in the city of trenton having a dispute at the venue. >> reporter: this happened at a popular fund-raise er for local artists. >> it has become a tradition, a touchstone here in trenton. it's awful it was broken up like this so awfully in the middle of the night. >> reporter: the investigation is ongoing. trenton becomes the latest community to face tragedy. we are getting more new video from hawaii of the kilauea eruption on the big island. friday marked the fifth day in a row there was an earthquake above 5.0 at the summit. lava fountains have been gushing up to more than 100 feet in the air. etch peri it's going to blanket the interior and southern part of
the island. it's been more than a month since kilauea first erd. more than 450 homes have been destroyed on the big island. still ahead, some star power at stanford graduation. words of wisdom from a lhollywod star who is part of a hit nbc show. it has been a cool, breezy weekend. check out concord tomorrow. temperatures into the 80s with 90s and maybe even close to 100 degrees by the end of the week. the time line on a big warm-up when we come back. graduated fro
thousands of students graduated from stanford university today and were treated to hollywood star we it began with the usual wacky walk. a lot of people dressing up in costumes for the school's non-traditional processi into the stadium. sterng k. brown who stars in nbc's massive hit show "this is us" delivered the commencement address. he joked about how he wasn't qualified to give the speech. he had sage advice for the young graduates. >> beware of bareness of a busy life. have you contemplated the importance of stillness?
is being busy the same thing as be >> brown graduated from stanford in 1998. his degree in drama. you might have expected that. stanford awarded more than bachelor degrees, 2,500 graduate degrees, more than 1,000 doctoral degrees today. rob here now. it's good they graduated this sund as opposed to next sunday. >> seven-day forecast, you will think it's -- >> heat. >> things will heat up this weekend. wind and kind of that ocean air conditioning on overdrive around this time last night causing problems. wind speeds will pick up but not as gusty as last night. our temperatures for now still comfortable. seven-day forecast, stealing our thunder at the bottom of the screen. check out the numbers towards the end of the week. it will make you appreciate 76 in san jose. not much of a breeze right now. winds at eight miles per hour. in san francisco, a few patches of low clouds.
64 degrees, winds out of the west at nine. between now and about 8:00 tonight, wind speeds will pick up again for 15 to 30 miles per hour. see here hour by hour from 5:00 to about 7:30 there, east bay hill hills, those breezing picking up, which will pull in low clouds as we head toward tomorrow morning. if you are outside, pretty comfortable. t-shirt weather for now around south bay. by 8:00, cooling into the 60s and towards 11:00 tonight, hourly hour dropping into the 50s with some low clouds, drizzle possible again heading towards tomorrow morning. you can see how low clouds surge in, brought in by onshore winds. tomorrow, low clouds retreat to the coastline, west of the golden gate. mostly sunny and a little bit warmer for rrowh temperatures. morning temperatures not much change. probably a little less drizzle further inland tomorrow morning with mostly low 50s to start the day.
then afternoon highs more 80s starting to show up around south bay, especially south of san jose. you can see from the tri-valley, 680 corridor, now you are seeing mid 80s. look at oakland and hayward, in the 60s to low 70s. peninsula temperatures in the mid 70s. san francisco, notice the wind direct here. still west at 17. that's a pretty good push of marine air which is going to keep things cool. as it backs off, thursday and friday, that's the reason why temperatures will start to vault upward. north of santa rosa, mid 80s. 70s to low 80s around the north day with low clouds. a big pattern shift is starting to develop. first this cool area of low pressure which brought showers. that's going to move out. it was a clash between the high pressure and low pressure which gave us gusty conditions across
northern california. we get a speed bump in terms of heat around tuesday to early wednesday. high pressure will reconsolidate itself, turn stronger just off to our north and west. starting friday, probably peaking on saturday, you will see temperatures continue to climb on up through the seven-day forecast. the heat starts to arrive friday into saturday. summer officially arrives thursday mornk, 3:07 in the morning there on thursday. san francio, 70s possible this week. maybe upper 70s on saturday. stay tuned there. inland temperatures starting to climb up. 80s to near 90 degrees possibly by thursday. these are san jose-based average temperatures. even san jose by friday and saturday could see mid 90s. seven-day forecast, you have been seeing on the bottom of the screen, san jose makes a big jump downtown next weekend, close to 95 degrees.
here is another example. concord, that bright red 101 popping up. some of the computer models indicating inland, brentwood, fairfield could be close to 100 degrees saturday. stay tuned. we are talking about a big warm-upt any time you see close to 100, it gets your attention. air quality issues and fire danger concerns. >> hate to get greedy. i was watching friday, saturday, sunday in the 90s. it's going to be a heat wave another couple days? >> right now, sunday the winds will pick up. when we talk about fire danger, still hot, dry. then the following week we should -- it looks like inland, three to four days of 90s. thursday, friday, saturday, sunday time frame we will see three to four days of hot temperatures. >> is three days a heat wave? >> i think so. >> seems to me.
>> anything more than one for the bay area. >> exactly. still ahead, one of the great of the players in the history of baseball known for being tight lipped opens up to us. >> when i went home, i didn't want to talk about it. i wand to rest, sleep, take the pain away. >> he is talking now. our interview with barry bonds on his legacy, baseball and, of on his legacy, baseball and, of course, the giants. i'm april keedy and i'm an arborist with pg&e in the sierras. on his legacy, baseball and, of course, the giants.
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the home run king lds a quiet life. now he is answering some of the questions people have been asking for decades. we have the exclusive interview. >> bonds hits one hard. it is out of here! >> it was a job to me. it was my job, my career, my provider for my family. >> 11 years after he walked away from the game, barry bonds walked into the executive offices at at&t park. he had a story to tell. his story about baseball and family. >> when i went home, i didn't want to talk about it. i wanted to re, sleep, take the pain away. then go do it again tomorrow. >> number 25, barry bonds! >> 53 years old, slim and fit, bonds finally seems to be comfortable in his own skin. >> when i walk in the ballpark, it's nice when i see 40,000
people. i look at all of us that dame through he came through here, we did one hell of a job. >> what made you better? i asked you this 62 times when i was covering you. now i can ask you, why are you better than almost every other player? >> my iq in baseball was like this. i didn't have social skills. that's who i am. it's just my character. my kids have helped me. tell them who you are. >> bonds was born into giants baseball, his father bobby bonds, his godfather, willie maze. >> my dad was my teacher. willieas my idol. two comparisons here. to be a young kid and have a dream to be a baseball player and you idolize your godfather, what other gift do you want?
>> when the giants were on the vernl verge of moving to florida, peter mcgowan kept them there. >> i remember peter and them were asking me how good am i. i sat there and said, if i don't win mvp, i will donate a million dollars. pet peter, he is like, okay. i won mvp that year. >> through all those magical years and through all the records, his story is still linked to the steroid era. >> i don't agree with that era. i don't agree with any era. we played baseball. i went to court and i won my case. why am i still within a generation that i won? i went to federal court and walked out there with a victory. no one said i'm victorious in anything.
this is what i did. i can beat you 24/7 with this. there's not too many people that ever are going to beat me in this. >> that interview part of our emmy award winning series bay area revelations, champions of baseball. it airedda night. there's an encore showing saturday, june 23, that's at 7:00. still ahead, an animated sequel stealing the show. take a look what's topping the box office.
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first weekend. the female led heist movie "oceans 8" was second. in third place, "tag." it portrays the true story of highly competitive friends and their tradition of playing a no holds bar game of tag for a month each year. > happy father's day. thanks for joining us. point, what it's like inside the country's largest processing center, where children are being separated from their parents, as the politics and protests heat up along the border and beyond. more than 20 injured in a shooting in the mile of the night. chaotic scenes as a gunman opens fire at an arts festival. > are charter schools becoming the new way to separate students by class and race? a troubling, new look. also, the surprise release of a provocative joint album by