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good morning, america. breaking overnight -- violent riots erupt in seattle.n the struggle to keep crowds under control. deadly flash floods drown the gulf coast, tearing roads apart, splitting homes, as reported tornadoes hit the heartland. now dangerous wind and hail on the way. and the south bracing for more floods, as the bad weather moves east. final push. donald trump going for the knockout in indiana, looking to sew up the nomination. >> i mean, the two last ones, they're like hanging by their fingertips. they're choking, don't let me fall, don't let me fall. >> as president obama takes some shots of his own. obama's drop the mike moment.
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>> the manhattan cathedral to g, some big headlines in the race for the white house. loout, final line. he's get something good at this and everyone was a target on saturday night. even little prince george. take a look. >> last week, prince george showed up to our meeting in his bathrobe. [ laughter ] >> that was a slap in the face.
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i cleared breac got a timing do but first, the breaking new erupting in seattle. multiple people arrested at least five officers were injured during clashes with protesters. abc's neal karlinsky is in seattle and has the latest for us. good morning, neal. >> reporter: robin, good morning. it was a quite a scene here on the streets of downtown seattle. this building was hit with graffiti. police and protesters clashed across the city. may day protests in seattle turning into a free for all. >> i thought it was going to be peaceful march, peaceful march, but it didn't turn out
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>> reporter: protesters hurling once property dangmage weing, p police officers pushed and shoved testing each other's limits. >> we don't want to hurt anyone! >> reporter: police dispersing pepper spray. protesters responding with rocks and bottles. may day is traditionally celebrated throughout the world as a rallying cry for improved conditions for workers. but this year it brought its share of ana krshrchaist nine
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se area. otherwis tould have been even worse, george. >> the white house now and tomorrow's vote in indiana. a win there says donald trump will make him a winner. >> a very tough poll for ted cruz. he said he's doing everything he to win indiana tomorrow. donald's lyin' ted, are tacks that may cruz may not be able to shake off. >> by the way, if with win indiana it's over. >> reporter: for donald trump the finish line is there. saying it could end in indiana. >> i knocked out 17 people. the two last
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their fingertips. they're >> reporter: trumpc mocking ted cruz's announcement >> reporter: indiana could be a break state for cruz. >> in 51 hours, indiana will have spoken to the country who are we as a nation. >> reporter: a new poll shows indiana's governor endorses cruz and the announcement of fiorina on the cruz ticket has done little to move the needle. trump up by double digits. on "this week," cruz taking on trump for mispronouncing forei
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world -- miss sweden. o going to tone things done, he said that china is quote raping our country. bernie sanders and hillary clinton in a tight race in indiana. as sanders promises a contested convention and
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superdelegates to switch sides and support establishment sande been campaiing against. he ack no fit. bernie sanders in indiana overnight, making a final push in the state he desperately needs to win. >> it looks to me that south bend is ready for a political revolution. >> reporter: now a hail mary. the vermont senator himselfish shug a threat that so far only his aides have uttered. >> the convention contested contest. >> reporter: sanders is promising a battle in philadelphia. those superdelegates party
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hillary clinton. >> i do not an impossible road to climb. >> reporter: sanders needs to delegates.posite. feeling so confident she now has her sights on a completely different opponent. >> we cannot let barack obama's legacy fall into donald trump's hands. >> now, indiana's big vote is tomorrow as we all know. but clinton will be campaigning in ohio a stark contrast to sanders at this point whose campaign saw a drop in fund-raising last night. he's not giving up this fight, though. let's go to jon karl with more. let's start with the democrats. and
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>> reporter: a really steep climb here, george,him. george, if you look at where things stand right now for bernie sanders, delegates he would need to win all of the remaining states by an average of 30 points to get a lead even among the pledge delegate and jon on the republican side, donald trump saying if he wins tomorrow he's the presumptive nominee, he has a point. >> he sure does. he has a huge lead. indiana, 57 delegates at stake. if he wins anywhere near the margin he could win all of the delegates in indiana. he's got nearly 1,000. only 239 to go. indiana rea
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not only for ted cruz but for any battling and splitng the gulf or ttorrential rains turning de. flash looked in responsible for at least six deaths along the gulf coast. in texas, entire roads washed away. >> that's crazy, thank you lord that i got off of it. >> reporter: a driver capturing this incredible imable of a road being torn apart. a
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four grandchildren all drown ds >> reporter: in arkansas, a mountaina miraculously, the driver escaping, pulled to safety. and in louisiana, so much rain falling some neighborhoods partially under water. much of new orleans's jazz fest weekend a washout. stevie wonder telling the crowd his performance canceled because of the weather. we got flash flood watches posted for the
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another 2 to 4 inches on to his. his family set to appear in court today lea new details about prince's final days. abc's eva pilgrim has the latest. >> reporter: prince's estimated estate on the line. people claiming to be his loved child coming out of the woodwork. >> whether you're a love child could be an uphill battle. >> reporter: searches for possible heir to estates have have been overwhelmed. >> he was born in the '80s, his mother crossed paths with prince a couple of times. >> reporter: currently checking out his story and verifying key details. this as the superstar's family heads to court
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hoping to settle his given you would know that this is a family thatce lovs t prescriptions from multiple doctors. authorities executing a search warrant at his local walmart. that prescription medication was found on prince and at his home after he died. a poshl indication of health problems. his chef said the superstar was eating less lately. he was battling frequent upset
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stomach and sore throat. >> he loved everything fresh an here in just a short amount of arrested a man plotting to bomb a community center in south florida. he planned to throw an explosive over a wall at a jewish center. also breaking at this hour, a car bombing in baghdad, at least 13 religious pilgrims has died. this all comes and the political turmoil threatening to undermin iraq's fighting against isis. protesters have left the green zone. they're p
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back in this country, a landmark church after sunday's said providing essential services i finally, an unexpected guest at an apartment building in colorado. a bear rummaging through a refrigerator in a second-floor apartment. they're politely asking him to leave. boom, there he goes, tearing out the door. dashing out down.
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he's back in the may have been diplomatic choice. >> reporter: it was the end of an era, the last time president obama would take the stage at
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>> doing a little roasting of his own. works well, i i'm going to use it as goldman sachs next year. [ laughter ] >> reporter: until then -- >> obama out. >> well done.
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also right now, all eyes are on indiana as morning, a royal celebration. look at princess charlotte, you one-year-old today. her mom kate sharing these photos. we'll have all the details in our next hour. she's quite the photographer. >> happy birthday, little girl. also we have our huge deals and steals on wheels. tory johnson bringing you the most deals in one week we have ever done. she's doing
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heading across the country. all right, everyone's talking aboutthrones" last night. spoiler alert, we're going to tell you but not yet. ll start though with this incredible survival story. a mother and daughter rescued after being stranded in a new zealand forfest for four days. but thanks to this sign, help came just in time abc's t.j. holmes is here. >> reporter: a mother and daughter walk through a park, half the size of
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searching forush and rachel lloyd and her mother carolyn. a totally through jungle. >> they rationed their one day's worth of peanuts and crackers and huddle to stay warm at night. >> she would try to rub up my legs and blow on my feet. i couldn't feel anything. >> reporter: rachel fell into a
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feeling in her leg. >> at thisinwe were going throug wishes. >> it was really terrible. . >> carolyn carried her daughter on her back through the jungle then a desperate attempt, she took some sticks and stones and wrote out help. a helicopter spotted that sign. just beyond it, mother and daughter waving their arms. >> they told me i had a hype therm ya. >> i'm feeling a lot better than i was five days ago. that's for sure. >> you saw the picture, the youngest lady is in the hospital. mom was never admitted. she was fine. dad is in north carolina. he was planning to go down. mom said, we're good. we'll see you when we get
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card. >> calories oh so uncomfortableth . the jawbone had syncing issues so we weren't able to gather data. the iphone, just 1% off and the samsung, 5% off. for stephanie on our distance challenge, each of the devices were 15 pkts to 22% off. next up, calories. >> you burned 90 calories. >> reporter: not one of the devices matched up to the number poly gave us. st
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no wearables do have comuseful,y elliptical activities. if you keep your phone with you, just interested in steps and distance, built in in phone apps do a better job. >> becky, you're the only one at the gym on the west coast, three hours earlier. well done, girl. thank you very much. coming up, busted at target. the woman who turned the tables on a man who said was harassing her. that game of thrones shocker. amy upset about it. the bomb shell
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fear that people were going 5,0 snow's fate was finally so stunned i couldn't even speak. some overcome with joy. take a look at this one. the carlton. get the full entertainment weekly with kit harrington's interview on stands may 6th. we're not horrible people, we didn't give you the details about how jon snow was resurrected. there's still a reason to watch, people. >> the passion coursing through your veins. >> so many questions. so many questions. coming up, we love deals and steals on
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daughters. and the met bal here live be they walk down we say -- >> goo america! it's always a good morning when kerry washington drops by for avisi always dazin on the red carpet at the met ball. we'll talk to her about what's ahead tonight. and a very special passion project. >> she won't reveal, will she? >> we could ask. >> we could. also misty copeland world famous ballerina is here. big surprise coming from her in just a little bit. >> so effortless. >> how great is that for those little girls there. also lara, kicking off
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convention. he in a tight race with icting a hillary clinton in indiana. but hillary clinton is 91% of the way to clinching the nomination. sanders is now calling on superdelegates to switch sides in states which he has won. caught on camera, a florida woman turned the tables on a man accused of preying on women in public places. this time, she was ready. abc's mara schiavocampo has the story. >> do you remember running into me in the grocery store? >> reporter: caught on camera. >> stop this guy! >> reporter: a florida woman chasing this suspect out of the store. >> call the cops on him. >> reporter: filming the entire thing >> i wanted an identification of who he was. >> reporter: she was shopping in the bikini section of a florida target when she said this man approached her.
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her two years ago in inse>> abo underwear and private areas. >> reporter: this time, she turned the tables, turning on her camera. >> called the cop. >> reporter: later posting the video to her facebook page. >> [ bleep ]. >> reporter: police eventually capturing him charging him with reckless driving. not the first time he's been accused of inappropriate reta retailing encounters. previously convicted of quote taking photographs of women in dressing rooms. the view has been viewed 1.5 million times with dozens of women saying he did the same thing to them and spivey said she has no regrets. >> if that's what you have to do to be safe and protect yourself, you do what you have
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my twin sister is now the big 5-0. modified "pop news" today. right to it. jesse, thank you for joining us. >> a little real estate sis for himself and his two daughters. 11,000 square feet. it's supermod. a cam kel-free saltwater pool. inside trampoline. he got this incredible muse yachl-worthy collection, including originals by andy warhol. a.d. thank you for the exclusive. a lovely estate for sale, the stone villa where
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>> ancdvisory continues at this hour. here is jacqui jeras with your forecast.morning hours. spotty showers early, giving way to some sunshine this afternoon and much warmer temperatures near the 80 degrees mark. thunderstorms will develop late today, into the evening. a few of those could be strong, possibly severe. tomorrow, back in the cloudy, cool, damp, highs in the 60s. very limited sunshine all week long. best chance of a good looking day comes on saturday with 70 degrees. >> reporter: certainly looking forward to the weekend starting the work week on monday, very gloomy and gray. watch out for slick pavement with rains and foggy conditions making for a slow
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slow is the name of the game on 66 out of here is the shot west of nuttily, no so bad toward the beltway. 395, jammed up from 495 to 14th street bridge. >> anchor: thank you. happening now, the cleanup continues after 14cfx train cars derailed leaking hazardous chemicals. no one was hurt. crews were able to contain the spill within a few hours. coming up in about 45 minutes on news channel 8, we're talking with dc councilman phil mendalson who has been against moving hazardous materials through dc, 9:15. cleanup forcing some commuters to find a different way to and from work. trains on marx brunswick are running on a reduced schedule, going as far south as silver spring. coming home tonight, there are 3 departures out of silver spring. trains will leave at 4:39, and 5:34, then
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for an extra 30 minute,
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here, misty copeland is here. she's laims about the church of scientology. the book is written by the father of the church's leader. who left the church four years ago. now he's heart broken. >> george, good morning. the fact that ron miscavige has written this book has made headlines all over the world. this morning, he explains why he said he did it. this morning, new claims about the secret world of scientology and the man at its center from an
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good scientology part called disconnection. is one of thiag my blatant experiences of him not telling the full story. >> it's simply not true. >> reporter: through attorneys, ron's daughters said they good reason to cut off ties with their father, they alleged he
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well as them. strikingly them up in a house o chamber of horrors they dg the last straw for them was he moved into their older brother ronnie. >> he denied it. >> reporter: ron's not only the ex-scientologist to complain about disconnection. this billboard went up condemning the practice. she says when the church and her ex-husband wanted their daughter to drop out of school to join the church at the age of 15, she objected to no avail. >> she wante
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life to scientology. >> reporter: three years, what doing to families. >> reporter: the church provides they have voluntarily chosen not spb mother. >> she keeps doing to media and putting our personal information and our life for the world to see with false information. >> i think it's more important for her to have this vendetta against this church than have a relationship with me. >> reporter: there's a policy of disconnection but insists it's a voluntary choice made by the members of the church. >> they do believe their spiritual progress would be impeded if they
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communicate with someone who just attacks the church. >> reconciliation may be a long way off. let's go outside to? p >> sure. >> do you have a green thumb? >> but first we want to check out what's going on around the country. a change in the ask pacific northeast, that ridge moves off to the east. that warmth across the northwest one more day. snow in the rockies. heavy rain down south and strong storms expected across parts of
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♪ what a way to start the week, we're back now with trail blazing ballerina misty copeland, who's here with a big surprise. now, she's celebrating yet another milestone, gma has an exclusive reveal of the misty
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we'll share that in just moments. always a pleasure to tetkin, th >>oshe t world, for his fans, all we can take away from this is what he did for so many people including me. he gave me this incredible platform to showcase ballet. you know when so many people, you know, didn't know who i was, he really took a chance and i think inspired and influenced me to be the artist i am today and i can just hold on to those memories for everywhere. >> you brought it. he saw the talent and you delivered. now you're an a-lister. you're at the met ball today. that's a hard ticket to get. how excited are
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>> i know. >> and it's -- it's excited. i love fashion, so, i'm just honored to have been invited. >> believe me, it's an honor to be invited. >> it is. i'm excited. jason wu is dressing me and he's so wonderful. and i can't wait for everyone to see it. >> maybe because i have no experience. wait. >> let's not keep people waiting any longer. shall we go over here, because we're waiting to reveal something that you worked very closely with the new barbie featuring misty copeland. we have some lovely little ballerinas who are going to be -- are you ready? three, two, one -- reveal! [ cheers and applause ] >> full disclosure in the
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fussing with it. >> making sure she was in t mis doll. this role fire bird i did four years ago it was such a significant role in my career and really the first principal role that got me to this point and i'm doing the role again for the first time this month. and it's been four years and so we have the barbie coming out along with the season, so it's extremely exciting. but yes, i was hands-on in making sure she looked like a dancer and looked like me. she had muscles, calfs and a bust. >> exactly, because many people thought you couldn't make it because those features, you just busted right through. >> we're celebrating that.
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ballerina and look like bes advice for young dancers who want to yourself to other people. have faith in yourself and let other people be there to support you. >> you have had a lot of support. all right, casey what's your question if. >> i was going to say something about the doll -- >> okay. >> i think the doll is very inspiring for young girls, it's beauty and misty copeland brings a very strong message to young dancers. >> would you like to have a doll? >> yeah. >> tell you what, you're all going home with
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how does that make you feel when you hearg figure for barbie, is important.bie doll is available today. coming up, captain america stars are here love.
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plays guess not. not in this >> well, we fight bad guys, too, but i think this movie deals with the responsibility of power and there are two sides with two different ideas about that. >> yeah. it's controversial because you understand why everyone's doing onat they' choose sides in this one. chadwick, this is the first for your character, the black panther, he's royalty and
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really is angry.
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he's killed. >> right. >> i'm not givrted offs a good guy in the first film then play next. >> kind of fun playing the bad guy?
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>> to your surprise, chadwick, you were a drama you have for ig youn advice is it because it's a hard road to take. >> very good advice, indeed. we got to get a yearbook photo of you, too. >> no. >> it hits theaters on friday, and we'll be right back.
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muddle no more. did you give >> gloomy start, but things may improve by afternoon. here is jacqui jeras with your forecast.
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>> reporter: patchy, dense fog will persist through the late morning hours. near the 80 degrees mark. thunderstorms will develop late today, into the evening.s in th. very limited sunshine all week long. best chance of a good looking day comes on saturday with 70 degrees. >> reporter: with the foggy conditions and rain we have issues on the roads. if you're just leaving give yourself extra time to make the trip. we have an incident now, 66. you'll find it to the shoulder approaching the fairfax county parkway. all the activity on the right shoulder. else where on the suitland parkway, heavy volume due to an earlier accident. back to you. >> anchor: thank you. happening right
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continues after 14cfx train cardizeas right now they're still working to get the train cars off the tracks. the cleanup is forcing some sour spring. coming home tonight, there are 3 departures out of silver spring. trains will leave at 4:39 and 5:34, and then the 818 will hold for an extra 30 minutes at leave at 7:04. you can get more at news channel 8. hope you have
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