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backup parachute. >> only one for me is done. >> a nike chairman, the 78-year-old announced a year ago he would begin the transition toward retirement. night founded what would become nike 52 years ago with his former track coach. each man put up $500 at the time. night is now worth $24 billion. >> how would you like to be the third guy who is like no, $500 is too much. sorry, man. i'm good. i'm good. >> these guys, $500. crazy. >> i'm going into beta. okay. it was a life and career crisis that prompted stephanie marsh to surgically change her body image. >> the svu star is opening up about her breast implant nightmare and what she learned about the implants and her herself in a candid new essay.
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>> i don't see enough to charge him. >> reporter: she's best known for her role as an asis assistant district attorney on tv. now she's revealing a dangerous situation in her personal life. a severe complication she experienced after having breast implants. >> i think she is in a place where she's feeling healed and confident and she's ready to tell the story. >> reporter: in a candid essay j she explains her decision to undergo a surgery during a painful time in her life saying my major of nearly 10 years was falling apart. i decided to change my body because i couldn't change my life. after two months she says my right implant was infected and the seams of the scar on my right breast burst. >> this procedure she thought was going to fix the problems only made everything more complicated. she realized it was time to move on.
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>> reporter: march finally had the implants removed saying i kept trying to fix my body, and it kept telling me to leave it alone. i have accepted this episode as a part of my larger story, and i refuse to be ashamed of it. march saying i am overwhelmed and moved by the positive response to the article. robin roberts in new york. >> one doctor estimates more than 20,000 implants are removed each year and about half of the women who receive them have some sort of complication. >> our country is the leading country when it comes to breast implant surgery. there will be a lot of stories like that no doubt. >> sadly. coming up, michael phelps diving into the record books. >> headed into the games as the most decorated olympian. why does he say this time has been the hardest yet? you're watching "world news now." p?p?o?gv
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michael phelps has swam into the lap into the record books. lap, see what i did there? becoming the first american male swimmer to make five olympic teams in his career. >> despite his olympic accomplishments, he's more focussed on what he's doing outside the pool. >> reporter: in a career defined by movemenumental numbers, thate may be the most meaningful. he's the first male to make five olympic swim teams. he appeared to surprise hymn. >> i think with everything that's happened, sort of being able to come back, that was probably harder than any swim with. >> reporter: it's a long way since the sydney games. >> doesn't this boy have a future. >> reporter: just 15 years old. in athens he racked up six golds. in beijing j he became the official golden child. >> history in beijing for
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michael phelps. >> reporter: among the record 18 golds are other numbers. two duis and suspensions. one after he admitted to smoking marijuana. he went to rehab, transforming his attitude and his life. the best feeling, not holding the metals, but his newborn soon, boomer. cheering on his dad with those american flag ear muffs. >> that does remind me -- ryan rot can i, who is hotter? phelps or lokte? >> i can't get over his persona, a little too much me, me. but i'm excited to see phelps performance. he's in a different place. >> he's grounded. >> i wonder what it's like to come in having left the last olympics on such a high note. >> exactly. now you come in with attitude
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segment of the week. our insomniac theater. two films opening on this fourth of july weekend to preview. >> it's a holiday weekend here in america. this morning we start with the legend of tar zan. a deck can kad after tar zan left africa to live as a gentleman in victoria england with his wife, jane. danger lurks back in the congo. a scheme to use jane to deliver tar zan to -- here's a clip. >> i need you to scream for me. >> like a damzel?
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bla [ spitting ] >> no, madam, he's tarzan, you're jane. he'll come for you. >> oh. it screams oscars. but the critics aren't coming to the aid of tarzan which is scoring only a 34% splat on rotten tomatoes. he writes there's little about this film that screams you got to see this. and mara ryanstein is screaming it's so dreadful you root for the apes to eat the evil humans just to it will end. >> speaking of eating humans, let's go to the bfg, that's short for the big friendly giant. >> that's not where i was going. >> it's produced by disney.
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it's about a young girl who teamed up with a giant who teams up to go after a man eating giant. they have been invading the world of humans. >> it's you at home? >> no. >> you, is traveling. >> who is you traveling to? why is you such a chat bag in the morning? >> why is you not sleeping today? >> because you keep me awake with your jabbering. >> so far the critics are loving this. michael phillips writes for once underneath it all the key performance feels like a full, real vital performance. another says not even steven spielberg can make the bfg a good fit for the big screen. >> we know what we're doing for the fourth. >> the bfg?
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>> this morning, extreme weather systems threatening the holiday weekend. >> huge downpours causing scenes like this. in las vegas roads turned into rivers. sidewalks transformed to water falls at wildfire crews fight blazes across the country. >> new developments from turkey. learning more about the terrorists involved and why investigators are looking at trouble spots in the former soviet union. >> this man going on a mile high rampage terrorizing downtown denver by attacking people with a pipe. swinging widely at innocent bystanders. what set off this violent outburst? >> and a tennis player goes on a rant in the middle of a match calling the umpire the worst ever. as in in the whole world.
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we'll examine that and other colorful reactions on this friday the first of july. from abc news, this is "world news now." apparently still upset about it right now. he's still screaming. >> still yelling at the umpire. >> man. must have been quite a call. wasn't a love, set, match. good morning, everybody on this friday. >> we begin today with a severe storm slamming las vegas. dropping nearly two inches of rain and hail within a couple of hours. it triggered widespread flooding and power outages. >> there were scenes like this, a water fall from a downtown parking garage. emergency crews rescued two people out walking their dogs who were swept away by flood waters. >> social media users posted amazing images of the fooding. the view from inside one car, it
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looks like a flowing river. hard to believe it was a busy downtown intersection. the good day to stay indoors. >> it was a different scene, the years' long california drought and scorching temperatures fueling a wildfire. fire crews are having a tough time reaching there to battle the flames. it's been named the trail head fire. it's about 12 % contained. investigators say illegal fireworks set off afire in boise. strong winds drove the flames which destroyed at least one home and through thenned thousands more until firefighters con teamed them last night. crews plan to be on the flames all day today to put out some hot spots. >> those areas will get a break from bad weather today. storms are taking aim at new targets. >> let's check in with molly
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cochran who joins us. >> pretty active day for the northeast. thunderstorms going to be targeting washington into new york city including boston. also feeling sticky to close out the workweek. meanwhile, active for the southwest, monsoon moisture coming up. not unusual for this time of year. for holiday plans, looking a little unsettled, especially for shake city and phoenix. also active for the southeast including jacksonville and raully with thunderstorms possible. the defense secretary ash carter made the announcement yesterday. he says people should not be kept out of the military because of barriers unrelated to their qualifications. but the head of the house armed services committee says it's another example of the administration putting politics over policy.
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militaries of 18 other countries already allow transgender people to serve openly. and the navy is punishing nine sailors who it says were unprepared for an encounter with iran's navy that led to their capture. a pentagon investigation found the crews suffered from a lack of leadership and had a disregard for risk management during their january mission in the persian gulf. one sailor given credit for quick thinking was the sole fee mail crew member who used an emergency beacon and secretly taped the encounter on her phone. >> we're learning more about the istanbul attacker. three were from russia and two former soviet republics. dozens of more than 240 injured are still hospitalized. >> reporter: new images of the chaos at istanbul's airport. security footage showing
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terrified travelers running from one of the three attackers near the check in counters of the international terminal. >> a sea of people running, tripping. police with guns drawn. it was clear something happened. it wasn't a drill. >> reporter: two days later raids in istanbul and more than a dozen arrests. turkish authorities trying to find anyone with links to the terrorists who fired assault weapons and detonated three suicide vests killing more than 40 people. >> they knew the places they wanted to be. they appeared to act in a coordinated fashion. that's indications this was a well planned attack. >> reporter: funerals being held and a memorial at the airport growing grow honoring those killed. including one american injured. they say there will be enhanced security at airports and train stations in the u.s. this holiday weekend. >> continue to go to public events.
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but be aware and be vigilant. >> reporter: the homeland security and turkish authorities agree it appears isis was behind the attack. though no group has claimed responsibility yet. >> our thanks to marcy. now to the political storm over a meeting between bill clinton and the attorney general. there was an unplanned half hour conversation, mostly chatting they say about clinton's grandchildren and golf. people are criticizing them as the meeting being unethical because she's investigating hillary clinton's e-mail practices. >> i was surprised he would do it and i was surprised she would do it. i think it was a meeting that even the democrats are saying what's going on here? >> yes. lynch insists there was no discussion of the state department e-mails or benghazi. republicans have called for an independent prosecutor for the e-mail case saying a justice
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department under a democrat president should not be investigating a democratic presidential candidate. >> it looks like donald trump is narrowing down his potential vice presidential pick. sources close say newt gingrich and chris christie are being vetted. christie endorsed trump after dropping his own presidential bid, and gingrich has been a strong supporter. trump said he'd prefer a running mate with political experience. >> joe biden is poised to hit the campaign trail with hillary clinton. in a radio interview biden said bernie sanders told him that he's going to endorse hillary clinton. when asked about biden's comment, sanders said he's working with the clinton camp oncoming together in hopes to reach an agreement at some point. >> a communication mix up led to tense moments at the military base home to air force one.
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someone mistook security forces doing a routine inspection. >> reporter: shortly after 9:00 a.m. reports of an active shooter. evacuations ordered. >> a real life active shooter situation. >> reporter: homeland security secretary notified during a hearing on capitol hill. >> we do have, an unfolding situation at andrews air force base. >> reporter: biden is told to wait. then confusion, reports emerge of a drill. still the base is put on lock down and workers told to shelter in place. >> the original messages i was getting were it's just a drill, and then i got a new flood of texts that said this is not a drill. this is an active shooter. >> reporter: at 10:40 after an hour and four minute lock down,
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it's a false alarm. >> it appears to have been a mistake. >> reporter: in the wake of the orlando massacre and the bombing in turkey, no one is taking chances. it's clear many people are on edge. >> this morning there is an urgent new warning linked to those recalled takata air bags. the government is warning owners of older model of hondas and accras, they should be injured by supplying shrapnel. we posted the information on our website. a 40-year-old former navy s.e.a.l. with the first person who die in a crash of a self-driving car. he died when his tesla slammed into a turning tractor trailer in florida. tesla said it's the first known
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death in more than 130 million miles of operation of its auto pilot system. the government is looking into the system's design as well as performance. now to an unusually loud outburst at the usually respectful wimbledon tournament. >> it happened in a second round match. a player closest to the camera was on the verge of a defeat when the umpire ruled his opponent served an ace, and the player went bananas. >> worst umpire ever in the world. what are you doing? did you see the ball? you're stupid. >> at one point later the 25th seeded player kept going at the umpire, even calling him an outright idiot. >> okay, that's serbian for idiot. >> he said the ump made 30
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mistakes. he's likely to be fined for his conduct. this outburst went on and on. it remind us of other tennis outbursts. there's mcenroe. yeah, he was serious. >> remember serena? >> tennis ball to the crowd. >> oh, yeah. what did the racket do to them? >> i feel bad for the racket in all these situations. they always take it out on the racket. >> i know. >> remember the other day, the three rackets and one outburst? three rackets gone. >> it's supposed to be this wonderful, graceful sport. not so much. >> coming up, a surprise wardrobe change you don't want to miss. >> i don't know about this. a surprise for me. first we'll tell you about the man who called 9-1-1 telling the operator he was in a plane crash when he was at home.
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why he says he's now embarrassed and can't really remember what happened. >> and also ahead the shocking images of a man attacking people in downtown denver, hitting them with a giant pipe. hear why police say they have their hands full there now. >> and find us on facebook and twitter. you're watching "world news now." i did everything i could to make her party perfect.
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coast guard rescuing people after their kayaks capsized in maine. because of shallow water and rocky terrain a boat couldn't get to them. that's when this helicopter swung into action. everyone got home safe and sound. colorado east marijuana law under new attack. >> a video shows a man striking people with a pole. it has many people questioning if this is a side effect of one of the state's biggest cash crops. we have the story. >> reporter: in broad daylight in one of denver's most popular spots a man wildly swing this is plastic pipe striking a man knocking him down and hitting him again. seconds later he attacks another man. one victim left with a severe cut to his head. mayhem is a problem for denver's
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image. in another video, invested by police, a man leaving work is assaulted by overly aggressive panhandle panhandlers. the mayor blames the recent trouble on outsiders. a flood of transients drawn for one thing. >> they came for marijuana. >> they're spending $650,000 to put more cops on the street and soon police will be getting help from a downtown business group that's paying for its own private security force. >> it is a safe place. these are anomalies occurring. >> and police caught up and arrested the suspect in the attack. they said he'd been here about a type. this type of crime is the new side effect of colorado's legal marijuana trade, they fear. >> that man with the pipe reportedly has been identified. the police actually say they're not sure if this was a result of him being intoxicate ord if
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there's a mental illness involved. they said there's no evidence of marijuana involved in this case. wanted to make that clear. >> i was reading up. clearly he was not taking critical kush which is the strain of marijuana that just calms you. >> you're saying he needed it? >> he did. it's graded a plus by folks who are stressed. >> a fireworks warning for the fourth of july. a new public safety announcement that features an nfl star sharing his cautionary stories on fireworks. >> and the new 9-1-1 call raising concern about a drug taken by millions of americans
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yeah. when you're walking, driving, eating in your sleep. >> all related to the next story. we're learning new details about a 9-1-1 call we told you about yesterday. a man reported he was in a plane crash and trapped, but he was hallucinating. >> he had taken ambien, and he's not the first to have fallen victim to the drug's apparent hallucinations. >> reporter: the call came to 9-1-1 early in the morning just outside seattle. a man claiming he survivored a plane crash and needed help. >> are you able to safely get out? >> no. i'm pinned in. >> reporter: the 75-year-old caller said he was in the plane with three other people who were unconscious. >> are you able to look out the window and see the wing? >> i can't see anything. >> reporter: it's the stuff of nightmares and all of it a
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hallucination caused by the sleeping aid, ambien. the embarrassed man telling abc news, it was a terrible experiences and he was having trouble sleeping after surgery. he was at home the entire time during the call. in fact, from sleep eating to sleep drives, others claimed damaging side-esqu effects adds. in new jersey, this woman was pulled over she claims she had no memory getting behind the wheel. in texas a woman who mixed wine with ambien ended up on the road. a security camera catches the consequences as she runs over a family in their yard, injuring a toddler. the man who imagined the plane crash had surgery. it's unclear if he mixed drugs and that caused the reaction. the developer says it has a 20 year track record and is perfectly safe when taken as directed.
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k-y touch. okay. in a subtle sign of what albania expects expects to win the presidential race. >> it's the most beautiful thing i've seen. >> it's very subtle. a town in albania has erected -- i'm going to keep going -- a statue of hillary clinton. yeah. in the town. yeah. so it's -- the town of sarandi erected the sat chew because of alban albania/american relations. >> here's the news anchor who contributed to the announcement. >> whoa. >> getting a lot of attention
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because of her outfit and lack thereof. >> is this how they normally wear their clothes in albania on the tv? >> apparently yes. >> we may be losing viewerviewe. >> we can't compete. it's just -- >> eve within that, she can't compete with this. >> you're saying i think she can compete quite fine. >> let us know what you think about this outfit. >> apologies all around. >> from high atop tom's restaurant cony island in brooklyn, usa. ♪ >> i'm trying to work here. ♪ that's the world news polka ♪ ♪ it's late at night, you're wide awake and you're not wearing pants ♪ ♪ grab your "world news now" mug
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now, donald trump on the this morning on world news now, donald trump on the move. narrowing down his choices for a running mate and holding a huge rally where he made a strange joke about mexico attacking him. our reporter talks to him one on one. >> heavy rain in las vegas. the downpours are making a giant mess of the strip, and there could be more rain in store for the area this weekend. >> and the subject of a pod cast getting a retry. >> the serial pod cast had tens of millions listening to the story of a 15-year-old murder. might have have helped a man get another shot at freedom? >> and rihanna like we've never seen her before. her new video is hammering out a new image of her and changing
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how music videos are made. you're listening to it here. wait until you see her. it is friday, july 1st. >> from abc news, this is world news now. a little bit of a different sound for rihanna. >> it is. and looking at the videos, the clips we showed, that's the most clothing i've seen on her in a long time. >> wait until you see the new video. >> okay. that's a good tease. >> good morning. >> we're going to start with the road to the white house. and donald trump taking the next step toward choosing his second in command. >> sources say chris christie and newt gingrich are both being formally vetted for vice president. they both have the political experience that trump has said he wants in a running mate. >> and then there was this odd moment as trump campaigned in new hampshire. he was talking about free trade when he saw a plane overhead.
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>> and i respect mexico. i respect their leaders, what they've done to us is incredible. their leaders are so much smarter and sharper. and it's incredible. in fact, that could be a mexican plane up there getting ready to attack. >> with the gop contention coming up, trump is planning to sit down with republican lawmakers. he'll meet separately with members of the house and senate to does his plans to unite the party. it's another meeting getting attention. bill clinton and the attorney general loretta lynch are raising eyebrows and ethical questions after running into each other in phoenix and talking for a half hour. >> reporter: donald trump, accusing the attorney general, loretta lynch of an ethical breach after he met with bill clinton at the tarmac for 35 minutes in a phoenix airport.
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still investigating hillary clinton's use of a private e-mail account. >> who would think when this massive investigation is going on in e-mails, they'd have a meeting like this. i was very surprised. >> reporter: aids say it was a chance meeting and they were simply exchanging pleasantries. >> our conversation was a great deal about his grandchildren. it was primarily social and about our travelers. he mentioned the golf he played in phoenix. >> reporter: the conversation, she insists, was all personal. no business. >> there was no discussion of benghazi. no discussion of the state department e-mails. >> reporter: i asked trump about that in new hampshire. >> do you take president clinton at his word that it was sincere just to say hello? >> when you meet for a half hour and talk about your grandchildren and a little bit about golf, it sounds like a long meeting. it was a very sad situation to see that i can tell you. >> reporter: i also pressed trump on what he would do to fight isis. he's been reluctant to outline a
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plan, saying he doesn't want to show his plan to the enemy. >> reporter: this is your first time in public office. what can you say to reassure you have a plan to take out isis. >> we'll hit them hard. it's very true. it's possible to use nato. >> reporter: use nato troops to take out isis? >> i like the idea of using nato and also neighbors that aren't in nato and take them out. >> reporter: trump has trashed the nato alliance as obsolete, even raising the possibility it's outlived the purpose. now he says it's nato troops that could be the best tool to fight against isis. >> reporter: u.s. special forces? >> i don't want too much of ours involved. i want nato involved. we spend a tremendous amount of money on nato. we have to do something to take out isis, and we have to take them out fast. now from the political climate to the storms that are moving across this country, swamping the city of las vegas. dropping nearly 2 inches of rain and hail in a few short hours. look at this scene.
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navigating city streets nearly impossible as they turned into rivers of rushing water spilling over to create water falls in some parts. emergency crews were busy rescuing people, including two people out walking their dogs who were swept away. thousands of homes and businesses were without power until the storm passed. on the other coast algae described as smelly and thick is spreading across a stretch of atlantic coast beaches in florida. just on type for the fourth of july. the governor has declared a state of emergency. they blame it on the army corps of engineers. the agency behind the controlled release of the fresh water from a nearby lake. hotels and restaurants have gotten dozens of cancellations from people planning to spend the weekend in that area. now to the istanbul attack. this first video is hard to watch.
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it shows a plain clothed officer confronting a man in black. in black and the officer gets shot. it's believed the man in the black was one of the three suicide bombers who carried out the attack. the death toll has risen to at least 44 people, dozens of those injured remain hospitalized. an american teenager was stabbed to death in the west bank as she slept in her bed. a 17-year-old, the attacker was shot dead by security forces. photographs show blood on the walls and the floor of the girl's room. hundreds attended her funeral later in the day. a cruise ship is returning to new jersey after an apparent drowning. an unconscious 8-year-old boy was taken from a pool on board the anthem of the seas to a new york city hospital. he's currently on life support. the child was among a large group of cruise passengers from the netherlands. >> a new trial for the man
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convicted of murdering his ex-girlfriend as a subject of a popular pod cast. he's been in prison 16 years. he was sentenced to life for killing his ex-girlfriend and burying her body in 1999. a judge in baltimore ruled he should be retried because of issues during his initial trial. >> it's been a grueling fight, and there have been a lot of disappointments along the way, and there were times when it looked like we had lost. >> brown also says he will have to seek to have him released on bail and he expects maryland prosecutors to appeal the judge's ruling. the serial pod cast raised a lot of questions about the case two years ago. >> and a scene yesterday, new york city times square. a naked man, not the naked cowboy but a naked man ranted about donald trump and taunted police for an hour before he took a dive off the back of a large grand stand. the 21-year-old man wasn't seriously injured but he was
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taken in for a psychiatric evaluation. he's reportedly a fashion model who attended columbia university. that's interesting fashion. finally, maybe the luckiest lottery winner we've ever heard of. she lives in new york. >> she's claimed a $169 million megamillions jackpot. her husband bought the ticket in january when he had one dollar left after buying power ball tickets. that was when the power ball was approaching $1 billion. that extra buck made all the difference. she walked away with nearly $65 million. >> and just as a reminder, by the way, tonight you can win $415 million with the megamillions. >> did you buy a power ball ticket? >> exactly. that would be a strategy. are you making it rain back there? >> making it rain.
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>> just getting ready. >> yeah. let's see. good luck. maybe we'll see you on monday. if she's not here, you know why. >> power ball or megamillions. i'll take either. a fourth of july warning for americans everywhere. >> an nfl star is sharing his story about why we should leave the fireworks to the professionals this year. >> and could matthew mcconaughey be switching professions? why he's ditching the big screen for the classroom this fall. >> first here's a look at the forecast. screen for the classroom this fall. >> first here's a look at the forecast. ♪
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authorities in central florida are looking for these three robbers who made out with $25,000 in merchandise. one of the suspects shatters the window. they carry away armloads of stolen goods. millions of americans on the move for this fourth of july weekend, also gearing up, america's hospitals. >> sadly. mishandling of fireworks last year led to 12,000 emergency room visits. and at least 11 deaths. >> a new psa featuring an nfl star is hoping to bring that number down. >> it blew off my whole hands. >> reporter: an exclusive first look at a new psa starring new york giants player, jason peer paul, also known as jpp. >> i think about my son and if i want to make it. i'm blessed to be alive.
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>> reporter: jpp lit a professional grade firework last july fourth and it went off while still in his hand. >> i didn't know what was going on until i got up and i looked at my hand, and then i was like i need to get to a hospital right away. >> reporter: behind the scenes access. the skul consumer product safety commission shot the psa. jpp spent weeks in the hospital, losing his right index finger and severely injuring the rest of his hand. how has your recovery been the last year? >> it's good. you just got to overcome it. >> reporter: he says he thought he could get away from the firework in time like so many do. countless youtube videos show amateurs setting off fireworks. but the cpsc warns that even sparklers are not child's play. >> sparklers are incredibly dangerous. they burn as hot as a blow torch. >> reporter: what's your message?
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>> leave the fireworks to the professionals. and we should point out sparklers are the number one cause of injuries when it comes to fireworks. >> it says to hold them with oven mitts and have a water bucket near. >> it's not just a july fourth thing, a lot of weddings now you have sparklers. >> write your names in the air? >> yeah. exactly. i went to a wedding with sparklers. little did i know i'd need an oven mitt and bucket of water instead of wine nearby to put it out. >> i guess the wine would work too. >> okay. all right. >> if you have a choice between burning your hand and the wine, which would it be? you might just have to lose a finger and drink the wine. he's looking at his hand wondering how many fingers he needs. >> it was a 2015 wine. >> i understand. >> when we come back -- it's a serious thing, we should point out.
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be careful this weekend. when we come back, rihanna like we've never seen her before. >> and the new moves by nancy grace and matthew mcconaughey. ♪ blvps e and matthew mcconaughey.
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time now for "the skinny". topping our headlines this
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morning, rihanna has a brand new look. >> yeah. she's wearing clothes. >> that is one thing. >> well, this is it. so the eight-time grammy winner just released her music video for "sledge hammer" which promotes the upcoming star trek movie. in it she commands flying robots and eventually turns into a celestial goddess. ♪ "sledge hammer" for "star trek beyond" is the first music video to be shot entirely by i max cameras? i wonder if this is going her new look going forward. is this her new look? >> i think i prefer the look she had in work, the video with drake? >> i kind of like it. i don't think there are many ways she looks bad. >> no. you're absolutely --
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>> i think she could wear a potato sack and no makeup and be fine. >> she could read the phone book for me. next, nancy grace. >> the host of one of a hop hln show is leaving hln. >> a ratings grabber during her high profile cases like casy anthony. as well as natalie holloway. >> she said she'll continue her fight for justice across a variety of traditional and new media. >> she does have a relationship with us. we hope we wish her luck. >> trying to figure out what new media means. and matthew mcconaughey returning to the university of texas this fall in austin to teach an undergraduate film making class along with hunger games director, gary ross. >> 30 juniors and seniors will be admitted into that class.
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they'll be walked through a new film, breaking down the new drama. >> a ut spokesperson says while the class will be open only to juniors and seniors, there are no prerequisites or fees required for admission. >> something tells me they'll get a lot of people trying to sign up for that class. or lots of people walking by going all right, all right, all right. >> or in a bongo and nothing else. >> well, that's college. that just happens. >> that's normal. that's scary. put clothes on. and speaking of newly released films, one of the most anticipated movies across the pond is heating up anticipation here at home. >> britain has been going gaga over bridget jones' baby, the latest installment of our favorite single woman trying to navigate love with a surrogate family. >> now she's gotten herself into a real sticky wicket. >> i can't go back and keep making the same mistakes.
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>> i'm pregnant? >> when i could make new ones. >> she doesn't know who the baby daddy is. it could be her ex-boss, or her new man. of her exboyfriend. >> regardless, we won't find out until bridget jones' baby hits the theaters on both sides of the pond which happens on september 16th. and finally just on time for fourth of july beach fun, reese witherspoon is showing off a new purchase. >> apparently when you're an academy award winning actress surfing late at night, this is what you buy. she took to instagram showing off her giant beach ball that appears to be close to seven feet in diameter. >> she's currently on vacation with her family in the bahamas. we think the giant beach ball is >> i want one. okay.
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>> i want one. ♪
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forever. let's be clear. clearasil works fast. okay. it's not every week we can say this, but over the past week the world changed. >> that's right. along with the istanbul airport bombing a vote in great britain dominated the headlines and all but changed the european landscape entirely. here's our weekly friday rewind. [ sirens ] >> people were shooting on one side. and we all ran the other way. and then the bombs went off. and people started running the other way and there was more shooting. >> we have clearly entered a new area of new normal. we need to be concerned about the softer areas of a city.
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we also need to be concerned about the softer areas of an airport. >> isis is looking strong. they look like they're winning. we have to give them a big fat ugly defeat. >> they don't suddenly become a populous because they say something controversial in order to win votes. that's nativism. or xenophobia. or worse. >> donald trump says he'll make america great again. it's right there. no. it's stamped on the front of his goofy hat. >> i do just love to see how she gets under donald trump's thin skin. >> when we woke up, we realized that, first of all, the markets had vastly underestimated the outcome. >> i think we've been taken advantage of. >> the decision must be accepted and the process of implementing the decision in the best possible way must begin in the best possible way. >> today is supreme court decision is a game changer.
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in the unrelenting assault on women's health and rights. >> my father always said the man who views the world at 50 the same way he did at 20 has wasted 30 years of his life. my father also once said if people love each other as much as they love me, it would be a better world. >> and we have the president and hillary clinton appearing together in north carolina next tuesday. portugal also plays on wednesday. >> portugal loses on wednesday. >> no. >> a couple other things, it's be nice to new jersey -- >> it should be be nice to diane day. >> not if you're going to write all over my notes. >> july 7th, tell the truth day. >> be nice to new jersey. >> this is abc "world news now," informing insomniacs for two decades.
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making news in america this morning -- veepstakes. donald trump's campaign now vetting possible running mates. overnight, a new report about who's topping the list. plus, the private meeting between bill clinton and the attorney general, stirring kroefrs. we have new dwoms in the istanbul airport attack. man believed to be one of the bombers shooting a police officer. airports at home on high alert. extreme weather. raging wildfire growing this morning. plus, storms slammed the vegas strip. when was the last time you saw the strip like this. causing severe flooding. federal regulators have a warning for car owners. stop driving these vehicles right now.


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