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good morning, america. breaking news. prom shooting. bullets fly at a high school dance. the gunman armed with a rifle taking aim. students wounded. >> we believe we have the weapon used. >> the school locked down. what sparked this violence at the prom? farewell to a prince. friends and family gathering for a private memorial service at paisley park. the gifts handed out to fans. and this morning --- ♪ went to the doctor >> -- the new video from his final performance. ♪ purple rain purple rain >> as stars, like bruce springsteen, hold their own tributes. primary push. five big states up for grabs. the voting just days away. donald trump defending his demeanor.
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>> if i acted presidential, i guarantee you that this morning i wouldn't be here. >> and ted cruz's double swipe. >> even if donald trump dresses up as hillary clinton, he shouldn't be using the girls' restroom. >> will the frontrunners all but seal the deal? ♪ freedom freedom and making lemonade! beyonce's top secret project revealed. her incredible visual album debuting overnight, taking on love, infidelity, and empowerment. fans drinking it up. good morning. let's take another look. because beyonce, the musical and marketing genius has done it again. she's dropped wh
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>> in her special that aired overnight on hbo, we get adorable cameos from little blue ivy. but make no mistake about it, this album contains quite heavy subject matter. making the best of some serious situations. rachel smith will have more. >> i can't see anything but blue ivy. she's so cute. we have to start on a sad and serious note. another mystifying act of gun violence in america. this time, at a high school prom. >> it happened in wisconsin overnight. thankfully, no fatalities to report. but three people were shot. at least two of them were students. marci gonzalez is on the story. >> reporter: the prom was just about to end when the gunfire started. the suspect was taken down quickly. students at the dance were kept in lockdown for hours. >> unknown if we have another shooter. we have an open door to the school. the school is going to need to be cleared. >> reporter: overnight, gunfire erupting during a high school prom in wisconsin. students having the n
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their lives, while just outside the building, police say a gunman with a rifle took aim. shooting and injuring two students as they left the dance. the shooting happening just outside of antigo high school around 11:00 last night. rebecca ribley was on the scene. >> heavy police presence. at least two different counties here. >> reporter: police saying officers in the parking lot patrolling the prom heard the shots, rushed over, and shot the alleged gunman. >> we believe we have the weapon used, and the person -- at least the one we think was doing the shooting. >> reporter: all three people were taken to the hospital. the two students with nonlife threatening injuries. the suspect is listed in critical condition. >> we regularly train for these. obviously, these things are worrisome. i think at this point, everybody should be safe feeling that things are under control and it is secure. >> reporter: and police believe the suspect in custody acted alone. they still aren't saying what, if any, connection the alleged
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whether those students were specifically targeted. >> horrifying. marci, thank you. let's move to the latest on the mysterious death of prince. family and friends gathering for a private memorial at paisley park. that's where prince lived and worked, of course. overnight, a moving tribute from another music legend. eva pilgrim has more from right outside of paisley park. eva, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. the memorials now almost completely covering this fence, creating its own wall here at the paisley park home. and dan, as you experienced here, the people in this community really felt like prince was one of their own. just their cool neighbor. now the whole world is celebrating the superstar. this morning, prince's death shaking not only fans but the music world. bruce springsteen paying tribute to the pop icon saturday night. ♪ purple rain purple rain >> reporter: opening his show at the barclays center in
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outside of prince's home, the memorial is growing. his closest friends and family gathering saturday for a private ceremony to say good-bye to the superstar. his publicist confirming his remains have been cremated. his inner circle planning to keep his final resting place secret. >> he pushed us. he made us better. and so, we -- miss him deeply. >> this is not easy to lose someone that you love. and has been a part of my life for so long. >> reporter: drummer sheila e. and bassist larry graham, along with prince's sister and brother-in-law all came out to hand out purple boxes with memorabilia to fans gathered outside his paisley park home. new footage from his final performance in atlanta addressing his recent illness. >> once again, i have to apologize for the cancellation. i was a little under the weather. ♪ purple rain purple rain >> reporter: fans lining up to remember the purple one. pouring into target station field in minneapolis.
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as the celebration of the life and music of prince continues. >> i think prince probably touched everybody in the galaxy. ♪ you don't have to be beautiful to turn me on ♪ >> reporter: and more celebs honoring the "kiss" singer overnight. eric clapton posting on facebook prince's impact on him. he said seeing purple rain helped him emerge from depression. it gave me hope. he was like a light in the darkness. and his most famous impersonator, and david chapelle echoing the sentiments of so many overnight. i tell you what, i didn't know him well, but i knew him well. "saturday night live" honoring prince sharing new, never-before-seen video of his epic performance at the "snl" 40th anniversary celebration. ♪ it was a really special moment when the
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friends came out and gave fans this purple box. there were tons of them. inside the boxes, different prince memorabilia. t-shirts. a cd that they gave the fans. they quickly were snatched up. paula? >> a fantastic personal touch. eva, thank you. we want to move to the race for the white house. donald trump is expected to clean up on tuesday. five states are up for grabs. 172 delegates at stake. he's been campaigning all weekend. mary bruce has been there every step. mary, good morning to you. we keep hearing about two trumps and a presidential side set to emerge. any signs of that happening? >> reporter: hi, good morning. well, paula, if you thought you would be seeing that new donald trump sometime soon, eh, think again. despite what his campaign might say, donald trump is still acting like donald trump. >> if i acted presidential, i guarantee you that this morning, i wouldn't be here. >> reporter: this morning, donald trump is not changing his tune. >> cruz, you know, with the rhetoric.
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i will -- i will that. to people -- >> reporter: even though his campaign told republican officials trump would take things down a notch, the front-runner doesn't seem to be on board. >> i think i have a presidential look, don't i? don't i? [ cheers and applause ] i think i have a great presidential look. thank you, ladies and gentlemen. thank you very much. i sort of don't like toning it down. you know? >> reporter: his campaign has suggested trump is merely playing a part. but he says, of course, there are two trumps. >> when i'm speaking, who is not different than in a private room. we all are, right? >> reporter: ted cruz says it's all a farce. >> donald trump is the master illusionist. he's the harry houdini, engaged in an act of misdirection. trump is a phony. >> reporter: and he's slamming trump for opposing north carolina's controversial new transgender bathroom law. >> even if donald trump dresses up as hillary clinton, he
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restroom. it's going to haunt you at night as you sleep. donald in a bright blue pantsuit. >> reporter: despite the new attacks from ted cruz, it looks like donald trump is poised for more big wins in those five key contests coming up on tuesday. dan? >> good to see we're keeping the level of discourse at a high level. mar,appreciate that. let's turn to the democrats now. hillary clinton is expected to win most of the 464 delegates in play on tuesday. and move even closer to locking up the nomination on that side. and abc's david wright is on the trail in providence, rhode island. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. bernie sanders is set to hold a rally here. hillary clinton just before him last night. she's barnstorming these states, hoping far clean sweep. out on the campaign trail, hillary clinton is already looking past bernie sanders. last night, here in rhode island, she didn't mention him by name. >> i'm not making promises i can't keep.
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[ cheers and applause ] i'm not making statements that drive us further apart. >> reporter: but sanders told a crowd in delaware that win or lose tuesday, he has no plans to drop out. >> we are in this campaign to win. >> reporter: for now, hoping to win over sanders supporters, clinton is saving her sharpest attacks for the republicans. making fun of the trump campaign's effort to soften the billionaire's image. >> i will be changing very rapidly. >> reporter: the clinton campaign put out this web ad, extreme makeover, suggesting this is one more plot twist in trump's reality show. >> trump keeps saying things, like, well, you know, i didn't really mean it. it was all part of my reality tv show. >> reporter: now all of the state's voting on tuesday except
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for tiny delaware are closed primaries. primaries where independents are not allowed to vote. that should favor clinton. but sanders is vowing to stay in this race all the way to california. dan, paula? >> not over yet. daiftd david, thank you. for more on all this, let's bring in chief anchor george stephanopoulos, getting ready to host "this week." hey, george. >> hi, guys. >> all the reports that the clinton campaign is talking about running mates. is this tempting fate, or does she have this locked up? >> they don't like the reports. they prefer it not to be in public right now. it's only prudent to be doing that kind of planning. if you look at delegates, and david wright talked about it in his piece right there. today, she's 80% of the way to have the delegates she needs. after tuesday, if the polls are correct, she'll be above 90%. the math is working against bernie sanders right now. she should be planning. but you don't want to be measuring the drapes in the oval office or picking running mates in public. >> it's all about the
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this idea emerging that there are two trumps is coming from within his own campaign. ted cruz pouncing. hillary clinton pouncing. >> you heard trump pouncing on it as well. >> does it help him or hurt him? >> paul manafort was trying to reassure members of the republican national committee that donald trump will not be hurting them with the way he campaigns in the fall if he does, indeed, get the nomination. the timing there is tough as well. because at the same time, so much of trump's appeal is because people believe what he says and says what he means. if there is a suggestion that this is an act, it does hurt him a little bit in the short run. >> both ted cruz and hillary jumping all over it. let me ask you, know, before we let you go, about this exclusive interview that -- jon karl conducted with charles koch. a very powerful republican donor and thinker. let's take a look at the clip. >> am i hearing you correctly, yo
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better president than george w. bush? >> well, in some ways. in other ways, he wasn't an exemplar. >> yeah. >> but -- but as far as the growth of government, the increase in spending, it was 2 1/2 times under bush than it was under clinton. >> is it possible that another clinton could be better than another republican this time around? >> it's possible. it's possible. >> you couldn't see yourself supporting hillary clinton, could you? >> well -- her -- we would have to believe her actions would be quite different than her rhetoric, let me put it that way. >> wow. >> not ruling it out. >> charles koch. david koch. billionaires, have bankrolled so many republican and conservative causes over the years. saying they're sitting out. saying he would consider voting for hillary clinton. that shows the pressure that the rnc is under right now. that's why people like paul manafort has to go to
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republican party and say, donald trump can tone it down. we're going to be asking reince priebus about that this morning. that's a huge development for the kochs to sit out this election. >> is it unprecedented? >> it's shocking to me. >> shocking to george. that's a high bar. george, thank you. we appreciate it. i want to remind everybody again. george has a big show this morning. much more of the newsmaking, shocking interview with charles koch. and george is going one on one with the democratic presidential candidate bernie sanders, arizona he mentioned, also the rnc chair, reince priebus. that's later this morning. and speaking of news maiking, let's go to ron claiborne, check in with you. >> we begin this morning with north korea claiming that it successfully launched a ballistic missile from a submarine. kim jong-un reportedly giving the order and watching the test off the country's eastern coast. the projectile traveled about 19 miles.
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much shorter a distance than normal for a sub-launched missile. north korea's foreign minister saying his country is ready to stop nuclear tests in the united states suspends its annual military exercises with south korea. and authorities in bermuda have found the boat belonging to two florida teen agers who went missing during a fishing trip last summer. 14-year-old perry cohen and austin stefanos were reported lost at sea. after sailing off the florida coast last july. a cell phone and some personal items were found on that boat. and michelle obama taking aim at mississippi's recently passed freedom bill, or now, law. at a commencement speech. the new law allows businesses to refuse services to lgbt people based on religious briefs. the first lady calling for equality, saying the march for civil rigs is not just about african-americans, but all americans, no matter who they are or who they love. she called on the class to register to vote
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and the british royals are releasing this new video for their new campaign tackling the stigma of mental illness. the dutch -- duke and duchess of cambridge joining forces with prince harry. the largest project the younger royals have taken on. the heads together is this year's charity of choice at the london marathon which is going on right now. it's a big day for the nba playoffs. steph curry is expected to back on the court for the warriors. the golden state warriors, game four against the houston rocket this is afternoon. curry back working out with the team after sitting out games two and three because of a sprained ankle. >> you okay, rob? >> you okay there, man? >> he just hit a 20-foot hook shot. >> anybody can do that, rob. and a quick programming note, by the way, to remind everybody. you can watch the big games, rob and dan, and paula. and rachel. right here on abc. what about me, right? the san antonio spurs squaring off against the memphis grizzlies.
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at 1:00 p.m. eastern. then look for steph curry's return, we hope, as the warriors play houston at 3:30 eastern time. there's more. finally. >> it's not just on my tv. i can watch it on my phone, as well. check this out. catching a home run ball in the stands is a difficult thing to do bare handed. it's harder doing it bare handed. sorry. wait until you see how this pittsburgh pirates fan did it. the diamondbacks castillo hits the ball. deep. going to the fence there. a one-handed catch with a guy holding a baby safely in the other arm. >> whoa. >> dan, do not try that at yankee stadium. >> whoa, whoa, i think you're disqualified from going after a ball if you're holding a baby. >> you would think. >> hi? >> that's amazing. >> what? did you just say why? >> the baby will be fine. >> paula will be gracing the cover of bad parent magazine coming up next month. >> you're teaching the child to get involved in the game at an early age.
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>> plus, if he didn't, it may have rebounded off somebody. he knew he was going to grab that. >> i'm going to save all of your careers and get us moving to the forecast. what's going on in the weather, rob? >> wouldn't be the first time. we take you to california. here's the wind blowing in azusa. just outside of l.a. actually, just east of pasadena. a track meet there. kids were scrambling. scary moments. nobody that we know of seriously hurt. paula faris making this point. she thinks this graphic looks like an avocado. >> a fried egg. >> though i have never seen -- a fried egg. though i have never seen an avocado with a blinking pit. >> not the blinking pit. if you slice an avocado open, it looks like that. >> we have severe weather today. a greater chance for severe weather on tuesday. i think big hail will be the
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more of the ingredients for severe weather come together on tuesday. cold air from the northwest. southwest, warm air. low-level jet stream. a bit of turning in the atmosphere. the potential from just north of dallas to just southwest of kansas city. for strong, potentially violent tornadoes. tuesday late in the day. meanwhile, today on th fried egg, avocado. tomato, to-mah-to. sometimes it always comes down to food with you people. >> it does sound deligs.
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>> jet juice today? >> no. we're closer to the event. we have something cool to show you. look at this. it's carolina panthers super bowl quarterback and nfl mvp cam newton giving the seventh graders at community school of davidson, north carolina, a huge surprise. >> can you imagine this? he was filming for a show in the area. saw one of the kids wearing his jersey as he drove by. he asked the teachers for permission if he could play. they started throwing the football around. those kids. they were just flocking to him like a modern day pied piper. >> it's like watching my 1-year-old playing soccer with other 1-year-olds. everybody chases the ball together as a group. >> do you know what the dab is? >> the dab is a dance. >> there you go. they posed for a photo. everyone doing the dab. we'll do the dab in a second. >> cam looking sharp as always. >> here's what the kids said happened when they went back to class. take a listen.
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>> when i got in, i just like, a bunch of people were like so sad because they were like, my phone was inside. and then this one kid was inside getting water or something. the whole entire time. >> yeah. >> if he had said bow down, i think everybody would have dropped to their knees and bowed down. >> all hail king cam, i guess. >> sorry for that kid getting water. it's important to stay hydrated. but still, you missed something important. >> that would have been dan, right? >> yes, that would have been me. absolutely. >> it is important to stay hydrated. >> some inopportune timing. >> nice p.r. after the debacle of the super bowl. >> a debacle for my bet, too. >> a few bucks my way. thanks. >> ron always has his mind on his money. >> it's not a debacle if you're a peyton manning fan. right? >> i bet on cam. i bet on cam, okay. >> come on, give me a dab. >> all right. coming up on "gma," the manhunt for a murderer, now with a bounty on his head. wanted for shooting eigh
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members of the same family. in a horrendous execution-style killing. and beyonce breaking the internet overnight. her hour-long visual album, called lemonade debuting on hbo. filled with powerful and often very personal messages. and check it out, the truck parked outside our studios. >> what? the pretzel truck? right now? >> there sure is. ready to put a new twist on "pop news." >> carve-tastic. >> yes. don't let dust and allergies get between you and life's beautiful moments. with flonase allergy relief, they wont. when we breathe in allergens, our bodies react by over producing six key inflammatory substances that cause our symptoms. most allergy pills only control one substance. flonase controls six. and six is greater than one. flonase outperforms the #1 non-drowsy allergy pill. so you can seize those moments, wherever you find them. flonase. six is greater than one changes everything.
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>> from abc 7 news, this is an update. >> of thought this morning, a crisp start but beautiful. clear skies after yesterday's clouds took a long time to get out here. i hear there is a beautiful sunshine in the torpedo factory. temper
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off. we are already in the 50's. 49 degrees in ashburn and 44 degrees in martinsburg. the seven day forecast -- a gorgeous day today near 70 degrees and tomorrow, warmer. we will start with sunshine but had in clouds in the afternoon. there could be a stray shower to the west. the next chance of rain is on tuesday. we could get into the 80's.fñ we do drop back and rain could linger on wednesday before clearing. more rain chances thursday and
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i'm chris van hollen, and i approve this message. narrator: an attack ad from the campaign for donna edwards. so untrue. so outrageous that president obama said, "pull it down." the obama white house called the ad on chris van hollen and the nra "misleading." the sun says van hollen and president obama have the exact same position. the post praised van hollen as a "leading champion on gun safety," and condemned the edwards ads that "mislead" voters. donna edwards. will she say anything to win an election?
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welcome back to "gma" on a sunday morning. right now, the big push for votes is on this morning. the presidential candidates stumping on the east coast with five states up for grabs. the voting just days away. will tuesday seal the deal for the front-runners, hillary clinton and donald trump? and a raging fire in arizona this morning. more than 120 firefighters are on the scene. the five-alarm blaze spreading through an apartment complex that was under construction. neighbors and pets were evacuated. burning embers flying up to a mile way. and 62 hours later, the solar plane has landed. after leaving hawaii and flying over the golden gate bridge. solar impulse two touching down in san francisco. it's trying to become the first plane to fly around the globe without a single drop of fuel. >> that's very cool.
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looks like a giant dragonfly. >> at least it wasn't an avocado. coming up on the show this morning, beyonce -- this is a rorschach test morning for paula faris. >> it is. >> beyonce kept everyone guessing about her new project, lemonade. her new album, visual and musical is out. we get to see blue ivy and get to hear beyonce address personal issues. rachel smith has the story later on the show. we're going to start here on a much heavier note. the intense manhunt going on for whoever killed igt members of a family. each person shot execution style. >> a heavy story, the motive still unclear with a community left shaken. a $25,000 reward has been posted. alex perez has the latest for us from peebles, ohio. good morning, alex. >> reporter: hey, good morning, paula. good morning, dan. the anxiety here is growing. people want answers d
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the police are blocking this stretch of road leading to the crime scenes. investigators are working round the clock. this morning, authorities hoping a $25,000 reward will help them track down the cold-blooded killer who murdered eight members of the same family. >> ma'am, ma'am, you've got to tell me what's going on. >> there's blood all over the house. >> reporter: the youngest victim just 16 years old. >> i think my brother-in-law is dead. >> we have deputies on the waying okay. >> thank you. >> you're welcome. [ sobbing ] >> reporter: the chilling 911 calls capturing the horror. >> i think they're both dead. it looks like someone beat the [ bleep ] out of them. >> is there anybody else in the house? >> not that i know of. >> reporter: loved ones still in shock. >> the roden family was such a fun-loving family. no one would have ever thought this would have happened to them. >> reporter: the victims, all members of the rode
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friday. the massacre spread across four crime scenes. all shot execution-style. >> never have i imagined such devastation to family. to a county. >> reporter: three small children, including two infants, were spared. investigators at one point keeping friends and family in the town church for their own safety, where they were questioned by police. the family pastor said the loss right now feels unreal. >> if we tried to put ourself in their place, they're broken. they're angry. they're grieving. and it's just hard to explain. >> reporter: and authorities say they have received a number of calls they're following up on. they're hoping that $25,000 reward will lead to more tips. dan, paula? >> we're hoping they make an arrest in this case soon. alex, thank you for your reporting this morning. let's take another look at the forecast. get it over to rob. >> we showed you video earlier out of southern california where the winds were doing damage. and ea
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today and warnings for the greater los angeles area going up all the way into the bay area. several impulses coming into the west coast. some getting into the plains, kicking off the north winds. one, two, maybe three inches in some spots. and snow, of course, at the higher elevations. this gets into the plains. aside from the severe weather, temperatures pumping up today. 80 in oklahoma. 83 in st. louis. as the cold front approaches to the east tomorrow, looking to tch this front kind of sag to . the south. we'll go from 70s and near 80s in chicago. by tuesday, you're in the northern part of this front. 50s. and the ocean so cool in boston. might see an east wind, staying in the 40s? that's a difference. today's storms across the plains. best chances for hail here and some rain from fargo back in through baker. but, northern parts of wisconsin, might see some flash flooding.
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>> this weather report was brought to you by wayfair.com. should be a nice day across the east coast. get out there and enjoy it. if you got it. >> i'll go out to a baseball game. maybe i'll catch a ball, holding my child. >> don't hold the child. yes. and if you see a large avocado floating over the stadium, don't be alarmed. this has become a da-da-esque show this morning. coming up on "gma," beyonce quenching the thirst for lemonade and social media blowing up. reactions to her new album pouring in. rachel will tell us all about it. keep it right here.
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♪ beyonce fans, drinking up the queen's version of lemonade this morning. >> the singer revealing her supersecret project on hbo overnight, starring in her own video album called "lemonade." it didn't take long for social media to go crazy.
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details. >> it was a visual spectacle. beyonce dominating the top two trends overnight. hashtags lemonade and beyonce racking up at least 2 million tweets. "lemonade" a special aired on hbo. the project shrouded in mystery was the introduction to her sixth studio album. it was intimate and personal. addressed topics from politics to infidelity and family. ♪ pray you catch the listening >> reporter: overnight, beyonce raising the bar yet again. ♪ because i'm just too much for you i'm just too much for you ♪ >> reporter: unveiling her latest music project, "lemonade," already hailed as a masterpiece. ♪ do i make you feel >> reporter: with its layered visuals, and, of course, its fun and fierce moments. like this rampage by a woman scorned. ♪ they don't love you like i love you slow down, they don't love you like i love you ♪ >> reporter: tackling serious
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topics like race, gender, and politics. ♪ okay, ladies, now let's get information ♪ >> reporter: unapologetic for the imagery previewed in february's surprise formation video. ♪ i've got hot sauce in my veins ♪ >> reporter: released one day before her controversial super bowl performance. ♪ ♪ sorry >> reporter: beyonce's lemonade, sweetened with celebrity cameos from serena williams to zendaya. ♪ freedom, freedom ♪ i can't move ♪ freedom cut me last >> reporter: and all-star collaborations. queen bey showing off her country roots. ♪ oh, my daddy said shoot >> reporter: and an intimate snapshot into her life. sharing the screen with husband, jay z, and little blue ivy.
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helping give the sometimes sour "lemonade" a sweet finish, and happy ending. wow, she is something. and if you missed out on your glass of lemonade last night, have no fear. you can grab it tonight. hbo is reairing the special for free. the album kicks off a big week for beyonce. she's getting in formation for her 40-city north american tour starting wednesday in miami. >> she can kind of do no wrong. >> in my book, she can do no wrong. and it's, like, definitely solidified now. the girl is -- >> and some powerful collaborations as well. >> the fact that it stayed all so secretive. something else so amazing. >> nobody wanted to drop it. because having beyonce mad at you would be crushing. >> and jay z. >> i'm more scared of beyonce. coming up on "gma" this morning, how to clean up your digital life and get a handle on those out-on-control e-mails. great advice just ahead. you think it has anything to do with delete all? >> i think that is actually one of the suggestions. that is actually one of the suggestioning
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so you have e-mails in your inbox. you should have replied to them a long time ago. maybe you haven't read them. they're nagging at you. you have 500 e-mails from retailers or alumni organizations. maybe newsletters sprinkled in. it's a big mess. here's the thing. that's all in the past. gone. i'm giving you permission to delete or mark those messages as read and move on. clean slate. start over. >> all right. a weight hads has been lifted. i appreciate that. let me ask you about something you mentioned a problem a lot of people have. we miss important e-mails because our inbox is so clogged with e-mails from retailers. what do you do about that? >> it's called bacon. it's not exactly spam. because you signed up for it. it's not the important stuff. unsubscribe. discount offers in e-mail from retailers, they have declined dramatically over the last few years. so you're not really missing out. take 30 minutes this morning, go to your
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sender, and unsubscribe from the worst offenders. >> great advice. i think paula was intrigued by anything called bacon. i'm obsessed with getting to inbox zero. it happens, like, twice a year. your tips will be put to use. becky, appreciate it. coming up on "gma," parked outside our studios right now. if you're on the paleo diet, you won't want to watch this. this is the philly pretzel truck ready to show us how to do the twist. coming up in "pop news." keep it here. ♪ to you remember when ready to show us how to do the twist. their flea and tick killer doesn't have to be. nexgard, the vet's #1 choice for dogs, is a delicious, beef-flavored chew that kills both fleas and ticks. so it's easy to give, easy to take. reported side effects include vomiting, itching, diarrhea, lethargy and lack of appetite. use with caution in dogs with a history of seizures. why mess around? for powerful flea and tick protection, ask your vet about nexgard. the #1 choice of vets for their dogs and yours.
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ole that would let the nra skirt a new campaign finance law and block gun control. but democrat donna edwards said "no" to the nra loophole and stood up to the gun lobby. and she would ban assault weapons. democrat donna edwards, maryland's next senator. working for us pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. ♪ really? >> yeah. >> time for "pop news." rachel is promising a good one. the pressure is on. >> i do. and paula's going to be happy. so are you with the first one. tonight is the night "game of thrones" fans like dan here have been waiting for. it's the premier of season six. it's clear that in the world of westeros, anything can happen. so, will the john snow question finally be answered? i hope so, right?
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talking about, now is your chance to get clued in. hbo is offering free service to all paying cable subscribers this weekend. the show's creators say this is the best season yet. and to get into the spirit, mashable and the aspca teamed up to bring you in "game of thrones" kitten version. with highlights from last season a lot tamer than the original. no reason to shade your eyes. i loved the last shot of it. they -- kind of mimic the john snow -- >> is she flying a kitten instead of a dragon? i love that. >> mother of kittens. >> mother of kittens, yes. >> pretty purr-fect. >> oh, nice. nicely done. >> cats can act like dragons? can't they? their fury? maybe? >> a little less intimidating. by cleaning a litter box is scary. >> that is -- >> very scary. shocking news about victoria's secret. looks like it's bye bye bikinis. >>
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>> i'm so bummed. buzzfeed news reporting that victoria's secret is getting out of the swimsuit business. the lingerie giant apparently selling its last triangle top by tepid of the year to focus on its athleisure line. the company reported lower sales for swimwear last august. it said it would be eliminating merchandise categories. victoria's secret officially keeping mum about things until next month. well, this is where the fun begins, guys. >> it wasn't the bikini part. >> i think this -- >> notice the men had nothing to say. >> i was doing okay. >> rob enjoyed the "baywatch" movie tidbit that we gave yesterday. >> trying to be a team player here. >> be team player right now. whether you like logs, nuggets, twists, or knots, embrace the shape of your choice during national pretzel day coming up this week.
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created the first pretzels from scraps of leftover dough. we're going to get practice from philly pretzel factory and their co-founder, len lehman. >> great to be here. >> this says abc good morning america. >> actually, it doesn't. >> it says god morning america. >> so, len, can you tell us, what is the technique? >> i'm going to show you the basic way to twist a pretzel. >> follow along. >> you guys want to just -- gist pick up a little bit. grab it. grab the ends. >> yep, got the ends. >> oh, my gosh, this is so exciting. >> just grab the ends. all's you want to do is you want to do a quick twist. >> done. >> like this? >> yep. >> then what? >> do a double twist and stretch it out. >> wait, wait, wait. do it again. >> you lost me at twist. >> do a double twist. >> okay, so, wait, double twist. >> you want to grab it. >> did that. oh, i did it! >> that's not g
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>> i did it. >> actually, that's not bad. just do one more twist. >> thank you, very much for all of your help. great "pop news." we'll be back next weekend. thank you, everybody. have a great day. >> no, it's not. news, this is a good morning washington update. >> thank you for waking up process. right now, drivers in alexandria should expect delays on the george washington parkway 10 miler. there are several road closures in place until 10:30 this morning.
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today for game six in the first round of the nhl playoffs. they went out leading the series three have been zero but they allowed the flyers to win two games back-to-back. in time today is noon in philadelphia. a cool start to your sunday but a warm-up is in the works. >> yes, we are out to a cool start with some spots in the 30's. 39 degrees in culpeper. we are warming nicely. in the afternoon, 54 degrees in manassas and in the city. upper 40's from frederick through hagerstown but through the afternoon, warming nicely with 70 degrees. the nationals are playing today, 1:35 at home. bring sunglasses and sunscreen, it will be a comfortable day. later tonight, back into the
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40's with a cool evening. then we rebound into the 80's with mostly sunny again tomorrow. breezy with isolated showers later in the day but not a big deal. the best chance of rain looks to be tuesday. we could see temperatures in the 80's before showers move through. they could linger but then they will be: by the late week. >> you can join us for more weather and news coming up.
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at it's like to struggle. divorced and without a place to live. raising her son alone. going without health insurance to put food on the table. but donna persevered. then she put that strength to work for us. protecting women from domestic violence. taking on the nra. rejecting wall street's cash. powerful interests don't want democrat donna edwards. that's a powerful reason why we do. women vote! is responsible for the content of this advertising.
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this week on "government matters." every traveler that spends part of the process working through technology frees up our officers to engage them and do their individualized risk assessment with their law enforcement training. these teams work in tandem. >> morris: the department of homeland security calls pre-clearance a security imperative and an economic opportunity. we get a progress report. congress wants to see more transparency here. they also voiced concern that they aren't really getting to the heart of issues with dod acquisition. >> morris: secretary ash carter wants silicon valley to inject dod with a healthy dose of innovation. but congress wants more foundati foundation. a senior official in government will need to have a good idea of how they want to make those decisions well,

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