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good morning, america. new details. was the wind shield of the doomed amtrak train hit by some sort of projectile? >> we're having the fbi examine the fracture pat nerp the windshield. >> the other train possibly hit as well as the final moments of the disastrous journey are now caught on camera. weather alert. tens of millions in the heartland feeling the fury. tornado, hail flooding rains, dangerous lightning. the wild weekend of weather ahead. mansion murders. the wealthy married couple their young son, and housekeeper found dead in their torched home down the street from the vice president. a mysterious text from another
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maid that worked at the home. >> they want to make sure you do not come today. >> did it save her life? and caught on camera. out for a stroll. >> what is it mommy? >> he's going into the house. >> the young kids shocked by the giant creature going through the neighborhood. and that's no croc. >> it's an alligator. hey, good morning, emp. let's get right to our top story. the new layer of mystery in the deadly amtrak crash. >> the fbi hads been called in to investigate that hole in the windshield of the train. was it hit by some sort of projectile right before it derail derailed killing eight people and ing ring about 200 ores. >> this possibly indicating the
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conductor may have been distracted at the time. phillip mena is on the story. good morning to you. >> reporter: dan, paula, good morning. a new twist this morning in this investigation. witnesses aboard three separate trains including amtrak 188 reporting projectiles hitting each of their trains all in the minutes leading up to the deadly crash. this morning the nib joining the investigation on the cause of tuesday's deadly derailment. these circular fractures on the winshield raising suspicion, possibly linking two other trains in the philadelphia area to the investigation. >> having the fbi to go out and examine the fracture pattern in the windshield. >> reporter: a conductor on 188 telling investigators a philly commuter train engineer contacted brandon bostian about
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a shattered windshield before he went off the rails. >> she plooefd she heard her engineer saying his train had been struck by something. >> reporter: overnight, fbi officials revealing three trains reportedly hit by from jek tiles between 9:05 and 9:30 p.m. >> myself and my co-worker heard a loud banging sound. right in front of us. and it really alarmd all the passengers. >> never seen anything like that happen. >> reporter: and now new surveillance video showing the devastating moments leading up to the crash. you can see flashes from the barrelling locomotive sparking as it passes the camera at over 100 miles per hour before jumping the crash. brandon bostian speaking with ntsb officials for the first time since the crash. his memory still foggy from the
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crash. >> he does not have any reck recollection of anything past north philadelphia. >> reporter: as the investigation continues, so does the mourning for those killed. the second for those -- second funeral for those killed is this weekend. 40 million folks are in the storm-battered plains. large hail damaging winds, and flash flooding with expected. rob is track it all. >> reporter: this area of texas receiving over a foot of rain in the past week. the rivers and lakes with swollen. we're by ray roberts lake. this is a spillway. army corps of engineers have opened the spillway. the rate anywhere from 5 to 50,000 gallons of water per second.
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it's enough to file cowboys stadium several times over. all in anticipation of more rain today. severe weather today. we had severe weather last night. look at that hail in nebraska. frequent lightning. eight reports of tornadoes and flooding rain. hail the size of baseballs. where are we going to see the severe risk today? a moderate risk has been issued. that's business. a big swath of the red from here north into southern nebraska. potentially some large, long-tracked damaging tornadoes. tomorrow we push the risk off to the east. a slightly lower risk as we go through tomorrow. flood watches are out. this area and in through southern oklahoma saturated with the rainfall this past week. i think we'll see another two to three inches of rainfall today and tonight. further to the north, rain they need it. they don't need it all at one time.
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potential flooding across the dakotas. areas west of here are still in a drought. much of north texas dealing with this. >> a busy weekend, thank you, rob. we turn now to the reaction this morning out of boston. a death sentence for marathon bomber dzhokhar tsarnaev. the jury rejecting defense arguments that he was under the control of his older brother. there was real discussion over where the death penalty was warranted or not. tom llamas has the story. >> reporter: good morning to you, dan. yesterday in court, victims and their family members were not the only once that were emotional. right after the verdict was read dzhokhar tsarnaev and his lawyers went to a separate room. his lawyers got emotional. the terrorist never shed a tear. overnight, survivors praising
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the decision to sentence him to death. >> liz's two sons each lost a leg. >> i don't feel there's any winners today. but a weight off my shoulders. >> reporter: all 12 jurors agreeing with prosecutors that tsarnaev intentionally tried to injure people. he planted his bomb four feet from a row of children. >> i don't consider him a human being. >> reporter: first responder mike ward saved several lives the day of the bombings. >> the least punishment he could have gotten was life in prison. this deserved the most. the ultimate judgment. and god bless that jury. >> reporter: the defense tried to make the case about older brother tamerlan who they said was the real jihadist. who they say convinced zhokar to
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take the trip down the street. >> you did a terrible thing. a terrible thing. but you have a dignity now. >> reporter: the roman catholic none portrayed by susan sarandon in the film "dead man walking." some families like the richard family wanted a life in prison sentence to keep him out of the appeals process and the spot light. now at1, tsarnaev is the youngest person on federal death row. if his appeals fail he'll likely be put to death by lethal injection in indiana. that's where oklahoma city bomb bomber timothy mcveigh was put to death. a mysterious marng fire in a wealthy neighborhood. a couple their 10-year-old son and a housekeeper all killed in
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a blaze that investigators now say was set. more on the quadruple murder and the mysterious text. >> reporter: gruesome new details emerge in the quadruple homicide in one of the most affluent neighborhoods in the country. just down the street from the vice president's official residence residence. >> four victims. >> reporter: authorities are calling this fire suspicion. >> we can say that there were at least on three of the four victims, there were injuries discovered. appear to be blunt force or sharp object injuries. >> reporter: according to investigators, no science of forced entry at the burning home where they discovered the bodies of savvas savopolus and his wife amy. police believe the couple's 10-year-old son and the housekeeper were among the
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victims. >> i have never seen anything like this. it's incredible. >> everyone in the neighborhood is shaken up. they're not sure what to think. >> it's really kind of just rattling. >> reporter: officials poring over potential clues at the crime scene. this morning, the focus now, the family's blue 2008 porsche. found burned and abandoned in this church parking lot. >> we're asking anybody who may have seen the car between wednesday the 13th and third around 5:00 p.m. >> reporter: and now, a woman who claims to be their second housekeeper speaking to our washington, d.c. station, telling wjla she received this mysterious text from amy savvopolous telling her not the come to work. >> want to make sure you do not come today. >> reporter: police say the motive is still unclear. they're hoping the surveillance cameras can lead to clues in
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this shocking crime. today the investigation continues. police going through video frame by frame to try to figure out what happened inside this house. they are asking the public for help. police say they are investigating this as a homicide and not a murder-suicide. dan? paula? >> gloria thank you. let's check the other morning headlines with ron claiborne. the latest in deflategate. >> yeah more on that story. we begin with the nfl players' youtubon demanding that league commissioner roger goodell step aside in hearing the appeal. it plans to call goodell as a witness at his hearing. the argument? the suspension for brady is not fair and consistent with past penalties for violating league rules. this come as the associated press reports that the nfl plans to change the guidelines of how footballs are handled before
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games. overseas iraqi forces are launching a huge offensive as a major city is on the brink of falling to isis fighters. isis militants have been going through ramadi. they are claiming victory. iraqi officials say the u.s. is launching air strikes in support of the stepped up iraqi military options. and the florida man accused of shooting into george zimmerman's truck earlier this week has been arrested and charged with aggravated assault. officials say matthew aperson shot at him. the moment a cargo train slams into a bus. the driver honking trying to get the traffic to move. it comes too late. the train barreling, knocking
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him auz the seat. seen in another angle, passengers are getting off the train. getting off the bus as the train comes. they're yelling at the driver to open the doors. some did get off just before the train hit. five people were injured. no one killed. the driver is on paid leave, pending the outcome of an investigation. finally, a boxing match that wasn't calling itself the fight of the century. evander hollyfield against mitt romney. putting on his mitts. a charity boxing match in utah. romney did show skills. knocking down holyfield here with a right swing push. >> i thing he took a bit of a dive there. >> the second round. romney threw in the towel. he took some political jabs as well. >> please champ, don't beat my brains out, because if you did, i would have to become a democrat. >> that would be a severe punishment. the real winner was the group, charity vision, which is
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expected to raise more than $1 million from that fight. kind of a fight. it helds restore is the sight of thousands of people world wilde. a bit of a dive. >> he's if great shape, mitt romney. he's in great shape. >> that takes guts just to take your shirt off and get in the ring. >> yes, it does. we have baseball.ketball. some of the incredible drama you may have missed. the shots turning the games into real thrillers. players coming through in the clutch. look at this amazing beyond half-court shot. >> curry the other way. and he got it! >> reporter: watch again, that's league mvp stephen curry with the rare three-quarter court shot. 62 feet away and making it look easy. the crowd and announcers stunned. >> what a turnaround! curry, the three!
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>> reporter: leading the golden state warriors to victory. eliminating the memphis grizzlies. and clinching a spot in the western conference finals. and in the other elimination game. the last-second game-tying buzzer beater that wasn't. >> and pierce gits it away. it's good! he did it. >> reporter: washington wizards forward paul pierce launching this shot to keep his team alive. but euphoria turning to disbelief as replays show the ball left pierce's hand a split second too late. >> i think this gets overturned. >> reporter: referees overturning the play ending the game in favor of the hawks who now face the cavaliers in the next round. that's where they'll meet lebron james, who led his hometown cavaliers back to the conference finals in the first season back with cleveland. our coverage of the playoffs starts at 3:30 p.m. tomorrow.
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game seven. clippers and rockets. the winner plays the warriors. cleveland-atlanta. and then golden state and -- >> that shot was incredible. that should be a four-point shot. >> that should be more than four points. it was more than a half court. it should be six. >> five. >> it should be a six-point shot. >> let's contact the nba commissioner. >> one half of this desk snows something about sports. >> i played basketball in college. >> you can appreciate it. >> that was awhile ago, wasn't it? now i'm in real trouble. another great picture to show you. this is from the animal kingdom. two little kids shocked to see a giant gator walking across their lawn. mom snapped the shot after making sure the kids were inside. sara spotted this story. >> never been more grateful than for the glass
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picture. this picture is just another reason to limit screen time for kids. you never know what they're going to see. >> that was a huge one, mommy. >> reporter: two little tykes transfixed by this gator. >> where sit, mommy? >> he's going into the house. >> reporter: what a sight. the 2 and 3-year-old close to this water beast. >> bet back in the house. we ran inside, shut the door. the kids watched the alligator walk across the yard. it was much much bigger than we expected. >> reporter: that's when sonja snapped this photo. >> silly alligator. >> oh my goodness. he's going up to that house. >> reporter: police arriving to escort the unexpected neighborhood back to his humble abode of h2o.
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'tis the season of gator sightings. this put a florida high school on edge. and in texas, officials had to remove this 400-pound gator found blocking highways. >> see right there. >> reporter: this morning, sonja and her children still talking about that ten-foot titan, staring through the window hopeful for another picture-perfect opportunity to deliver a message to their new pond-dwelling partner. >> we could tell him something. >> what do you want to tell him snrnlgt i don't know. he might bite us. >> he might bite us. >> i never got a picture of that in iowa. >> by the way, when did you graduate college? >> a long time ago. >> you don't look older than 22. >> thank you, paula. you're my favorite. >> you will always be young and perfect. how is that? >> not working. >> are there gators in texas,
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which is where rob is in denton county texas. >> there are. >> ron says there are gators. you're not worried about the gators right? it's the weather. >> exactly. and the gators would be across south texas. we're in north texas. they were in drought. not so much anymore. at least this part of it in north denton county. they're trying to lower the lake levels here in anticipation of more rain. we'll probably get another two to three inches with the next batch coming through. speaking of an area that's been this drought but still is a heavy dose of rain in the last few day southern california. water rescuers were out in foul force. this guy is stuck in his truck after nearly two inches of rainfall fell in the last two days across san diego. phoenix seeing almost an inch. over an inch in los angeles, too. not a drought denter. but every bit helps. a little dryer there today. cooler. unsettled weather across the
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inner mountain west. unsettled across the northeast. it will be sticky, humid. thunderstorms that could be heavy from cincinnati back through philadelphia and new york city. over the next three day the mid south, the deep south, you'll stay very very summer like. the heat humidity. temperatures in the 80s, lower >> good morning. yes, the sumummer sizzl it t is coming back. a a very nice mororning out t therere right now. annapolis, 63 degrgrees,s, and a lot of sunshine. temperates acrs the region in the uer 60' dew point is rising as well which means we have someair out there. all across the area, mostly clear skies. look for some showowers this afafternoon. temperatures in the
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>> aside from being very athletic, the ladies on the desk i bet you paula faris could run a kayak down this rapid here. i would like to see that. >> um i'm not going to attempt that. that would end poorly. >> why rob and i would like to see it. >> you are in a spicy mood today, dan harris. >> i'm getting myself in trouble on both sides. i'm not in trouble with rob. think ron still likes me. >> you're likable enough. >> likable enough. wow. >> that's a quote. that's a quote. >> i remember that. 2008 reference. this is a strange story. the third time no charm for prosecutors looking to convict man for murdering his wife. how could this happen? what do they plan to do next? and our abc news fixer. how she can make your everyday life better. starting with those annoying debt collector calls.
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>>ood morning. after three perfect s spring g days weill ange the season. it wilfeel more summerlilike today, andndeed, throuough thehe weekend anthe eaearly rt of next week before get back to more norl temperates. a vevery nice morning out there riright now. you can see thsun rising in annapolis, 63 degrees. the skies will b be moly cudy lead on. we wl have unsettled weather.
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temperatures across the regigion in the 60's. temperatatures are aut 10 degrees milder than yeyesterday. you can see the dew point i getting into the 60's. that i is why you notice the humidity you will n need your air conditior this afternoon. look for some showers this afternoon. 85 degegrees a and tonight dropping down to only about 70. more showers and thundstormsms. tomorrow, a repeat perfoformancece. ababout 86 degrees.
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sthoet you got that jeans face space dream look if your eye and i got that red lip ♪ this is taylor swift's latest video for her song style, which i believe she wrote about dan harris. the big buzz for what's to come. taylor dropping major hipts about who will be starring in her new video premiering tomorrow night on the billboard awards. just ahead in "pop news" what swift is saying about why she chose those famous faces. dan harris. >> not in the video. >> she does a great job of building up and releasing just enough that people are interested. also coming up, what do you do when debt collectors won't stop calling you even when you have paid up? our woman son the case.
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first, the husband put on trial three times for allegedly killing his wife. he's now headed for trial number four. >> with no body and no murder weapon. a jury has declared a mistrial for cal harris. prosecutors, they're not giving up. matt gutman has the latest. >> reporter: the jury hopelessly deadlocked. cal harris flanked by his kids will face a fourth trial for the murder of his wife. >> i had hoped my children and i would finally be free to live our lives without these false allegations. >> reporter: since michelle harris mysteriously disappeared in 2001 he's insisted he had nothing to do with it. did you kill michelle. >> absolutely not. absolutely not. the fact that i'm sitting here having to go through the is a horror show. >> reporter: one set for another encore in august. just before the third trial, i asked harris what would be different. two juries have found you guilty. >> two juries that haven't
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gotten all the information. >> reporter: now the third jury informing the judge they couldn't decide. >> they september us three deadlocked notes over the course of nine case. we knew there was trouble. >> it's almost unheard of that someone is tried four times for the same crime. >> reporter: prous cuters say he bludgeoned his wife to death but no body or weapon was found. a new surprise witness came forward after the first trial with new information, saying michelle was seen with a didn't man the day she disappeared. a judge overturned the conviction. in his second trial in 2009 he was convicted again. and shockingly that conviction was overturned by an appeals court. now, as he heads to his fourth trial, harris saying the real killer is still out there. >> we got closer to justice. but we're not there yet. we'll continue to fight and pursue the truth about what happened to michelle. >> reporter: for "good morning america," matt gutman, abc news,
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los angeles. >> his four children continue to stand by him zplp they do. let's go to ron who is tracking more on the derailment of amtrak 188. >> good morning, everyone. we begin with a new twist in the deadly amtrak derailment. the fbi investigating the possibility that the train was struck by a projectile moments before the derailment. the probe is focused on shattered glass from the train's windshield. overnight, some survivors of the boston mare thom bombing are praising the jury's decision to sentence dzhokhar tsarnaev to death. years of appeals may be ahead. and f arksao schwarz is closing its door. it was the scene, as you see it there, of the 1988 movie "big" in which tom hanks danced on a
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floor piano. talk about a true rain dance. hay had to dust off the tarp in san diego. it was show time for this padres grounds cooper. showing the moves. this belongs in "pop news" i think. the slip and slide action. >> oh that's the best. >> that's awesome. >> only the fifth rain delay since san diego's park opened 11 years ago. the pads beat the nationals of washington 8-3. >> think that guy is auditioning for a different job. >> maybe. >> it's safe to say he was not dripging that time because he's any employee. is there therefore, he was not drinking? >> i'm saying he did that all while not under the influence. >> stone cold sober. >> you're sure? >> i'm positive. let's get to texas. and rob marciano is covering what is the beginning of a very busy weekend.
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hey, rob. >> hey, good morning, again. i'm sure a lot of people in so cal are singing in the rain because they so desperately needed it. they got a lot of it for a late-season storm. it was unusual. we're watching that storm. the energy from that is going to emerge into the plains today. it real will is going to shape up to be a rather dangerous saturday i think, for millions of americans. especially right across the heart of tornado alley. the storm prediction center has issued a moderate risk for the -- layman it means a strong risk for strong tornadoes on the ground for awhile. starting noon or so right up until midnight i think, it will be very act ifr from oklahoma and as far north as maybe south, south dakota. meanwhile, unsettled behind this system. mountain showers and snow will continue. into the plains. and east of this system we're very, very humid. very, very warm. and it feels very very much like july or august.
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96 in orlando. i'm not sure it will help. they'll have the misters going. d.c., 80s. and it will be warm and humid, thunderstorms there. that's a quick check on the national >> good morning. dave zahren here. get ready for some summer civivil this afternoon. temperatureses in t the 80's. mostly cloloudy skies. and >> this water cast brought to you by macy's where they sell just about everything. maybe even kayaks. paula? >> what about a life jacket? >> down? >> a life jacket? >> and your helmet. safety first. safety first. >> i think we throw in dan and you and see who swims. by the way, rob, you stay safe. it will be as we said a busy weekend. he'll be covering it all.
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coming up here on "gma," the abc news fix soern the case. how she got the debt collectors off the back of one abc news viewer. and her advice for the rest of us. and david beckham fields personal questions from jimmy kimmel. the answers are hilarious. up aid head in "pop news."
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and welcome back everyone. it happens to millions of americans. old, incorrect data laurkushing on their credit reports. many people don't realize it is even there. >> stephanie zimmerman, the abc news fixer, has already recovered $1.8 million for consumers. today, it's the aggressive debt collection calls. ♪ >> getting phone kals. when day call they don't call once. they call constantly. [ phone ringing ] >> reporter: busy mom beth becker from deerfield, illinois paid off a medical bill a year ago. she was shocked when a collections agency started bugging her for more money. >> it was $125.
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i had already paid them. it was irritating. >> call from private caller. >> reporter: day and night for nearly a year. >> i called the hospital and said this is you know really irritating. i have gone through this so many times. and they would say, well it's gone to collections now. so we can't do anything about it. so i call my brother, and he said why don't you call the fixer? >> abc news this is stephanie zimmerman, the fixer. >> reporter: she helps consumers when they have problems they can't resolve. ♪ and the abc news fixer was on the case. contacting the hospital to tell them her team was investigating. faced with the fixer, they flew into action pulling up beth's account and admitting there was an error. within a day, they had zeroed out beth's plans and called off the collections agency. promising that beth's credit report would not get dinged. >> in two days' time it was
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done. it's fixed. thank you abc news fixer. >> okay so let's bring in the abc news fixer erks stephanie zimmerman. you help a viewer. what about the rest of us. how do we keep from getting a dinged credit score from a collection agency? >> dan, aggressive collection calls is one of the biggest come plapts i get. it's abusive, it's scary. it should not happen. check your credit report often to see what's on there. you can do it for free every year at annual credit >> we hear that. it's a great reminder. stephanie, you're a pro. for people that don't have your expertise, where do we report har rasing phone calls? >> if you're getting pesky collection calls, know your rights. the you don't want a debt collector to contact you anymore, send a written request. it will stop the calls. it won't make the mistake go
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away. find out more at >> i want to tell everybody, if you have problems you want the fixer to investigate, go to "good morning america" on yahoo! and tell us about it. tef stephanie, thanks again. >> thank you. coming up, researchers revealing why men don't ask for directions. women have been wondering the answer to this question for decades, centuries? the answer is straight ahead in "pop news." >> a "pop news investigation." >> yep.
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news." hainesy, what you got? >> jimmy kimmel's ridiculously stupid questions with david beckham. one question almost tripped up the power player. take a look. >> what is your favorite spice? >> posh. i was going to say cinnamon. >> you made the right choice. cinnamon is not going to hit you over the head with a frying pan. >> definitely not. definitely not. >> comment choice david. you can try, jimmy. but you can't break the bex. can you imagine posh hitting someone over the head. the most talked about thing on social media right now is taylor swift's bad blood music video which will debut tomorrow. it features everyone from cindy crawford to ellen pompeo and jessica alba. >> to have these women who are
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out there killing it just in a sense of business-wise, out there killing it as far as what they stand for, i kind of took it as a met for for like okay let's have them play assassins in this video. they're metaphorically killing it they're also plain killers. >> she'll reveal more in the count down no the billboard music awards special with lara spencer. 9:00 tonight. >> you're killing it by the way. >> thank you. >> and metaphorically. >> that's my pop assassin look. researchers at duke university have timely figured out why men don't ask for directions. >> oh really? >> the answer because they're judged too hard for it. this is me playing the tiny violin. men asking for directions are found the be less competent leaders. a tough break for guys. a good-natured 2010 car insurance poll in the uk finding the average man will clock up to
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276 miles a year driving around aimlessly. >> 276 miles? >> that's more than $3,000 in gas over a lifetime. you decide competence versus more change in your pocket. >> i don't have problems asking for directions. >> now you have it in your phone. it's around -- >> you don't drive. >> never ask for directions. >> you don't? >> absolutely not. >> do you view me as less competent? >> no. don't ask for directions. >> i think it's sexy when they ask for directions. they're confident enough in themselves to ask someone for help. >> and asking for help is vulnerable. it make them very -- how hard sit to get kids to eat their fruit and venl tabls. take a look at autumn eating avocados for the first time. can you imagine the face she makes when she finds out people
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um hope you all have a great saturday. dan is making brunch for 15
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people at his home. i want to say good luck. >> are you? >> i hope they're ready for smooth thinks. that's all he knows how to make. >> i know how to make toast, too. dave: good morning, washington. forecaster dave zahren here. getting close to the unofficial start of summer. next weekend already memorial day weekend, it will be a lot busier down there at this time. water temperature 58, but the air near 80 degrees, and we will be even warmer than that after these idyllic spring days. looking forth under this weekend. right now, alexandria, 67 degrees under mostly cloudy
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skies. temperatures 63 and the clouds will dominate today. one more stop for uganda chesapeake beach where it is 67 degrees. in fact, all across the area the temperatures are in the mid to upper 60's. it is warmer than yesterday. you are right by about 8 degrees to 12 degrees. also the dew points, that has increased as well. you can see the dew points all across the area in the 60's. you will most likely need your air conditioner. i pressure, it'll be drifting down to the southeast. as it does come our good fortune will evaporate. you can see the moisture coming our way, and unsettled weather today and indeed through tuesday. yesterday's high 78 degrees, just perfect out there. we will eclipse that 85 easily today. temperatures in the mid-80's, afternoon shower or thunderstorm possible.
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the humidity is going to stay with us right until the evening hours, and watch what happens as we head toward the latter part of the day here. you can see the showers breaking out. not everybody will see them, but the threat will remain with us right on through sunday and indeed monday as we have that stalled front. tonight about 71 degrees, tomorrow again in the mid-80's, and if you are looking for relief, it comes our way on wednesday when we get a co
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