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america. >> that's what's making news in america. making news in america this morning, the landmark reversal. president trump's decision to withdraw the u.s. from the paris climate accord reverberating acro across the world. overnight the protest, strong reaction from world leaders and landmarks in green showing solidarity. we have live team coverage. breaking overnight, dozens are dead at a casino in manila after a man armed with a gun and gasoline stormed the building. we have new details from the scene. we have new video of tiger woods after he was taken to the police station. we'll tell you what it shows following his dui arrest. plus, a night of tense competition on two fronts. a new spelling bee champion and lebron james and steph curry square off in game one of the nba finals. but it was actually rihanna getting all the attention.
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we'll tell you why. bad girl, ri-ri. >> showing her support. good friday morning. global reaction to president trump's decision to walk away from the paris climate agreement. >> yeah, the president said the landmark deal to reduce carbon emissions would have cut millions of american jobs and give other countries an unfair advantage. overnight buildings in the u.s. and beyond were lit up in green in a show of support for the paris agreement. among them, one world trade center here in new york city. >> and boston city hall also went green, the may choir said it's meant to show his city stands with the environment. >> we have live team coverage and molly hunter standing by in london with reaction from world leaders. we're going to start with kenneth moton live for us in washington. kenneth, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. president trump said that deal wasn't fair to the u.s. this morning, dozens of leaders in cities and states say they'll do what the president won't. this morning, what's next after
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president trump's world power withdrawal. >> the united states will withdraw from the paris climate accord. >> reporter: trump called the nearly ee-nation agreement to combat climate change a massive redistribution of wealth to other countries saying it would hurt the american economy and worker. >> i was elected to represent the citizens of pittsburgh, not paris. >> reporter: but the mayor of pittsburgh sharply disagreed on cnn sending a message to the president. >> what he did was not only bad for the economy of this country, but also weakened america. >> reporter: new york, california and washington state are forming the u.s. climate alliance to uphold the paris agreement. 61 u.s. mayors collepledging to the same. trump's decision sparked protests in d.c. and new york. several big business leaders also weighed in condemning the
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exit. this morning, one industry praising trump, coal. >> we will see if we can make a deal that's fair. >> reporter: big companies like apple and exxonmobil said 125iing in the agreement would make the world more competitive in business. president obama agreed saying in a statement the nation's remaining in the paris accord will reap the benefits and jobs and industries created. kendis and diane. >> that's kenneth moton, thanks. this morning many countries including many of our allies expressing deep disappointment. >> china said it's committed to the goals of the accord regardless of the president's decision. and the leader of denmark said it's a sad day for the world. abc's molly hunter has much more from london. molly, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, diane. that's right. climb change is not the subject of partisan debate on this side of the pond. the paris accord is widely supported but president trump did speak with a number of leaders including british prime minister theresa may and all vowed to forge ahead without the u.s.
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this morning, global headlines taking aim at president trump. in germany, danke, donald, in france, good-bye, america. and here in the united kingdom from "the independent" america first, climate last. all reacting to the president's decision to remove the united states from the paris accord. an ambitious agreement from nearly 200 countries to fight climate change. many world leaders being blunt in their statements. the prime minister of belgium calling it a brutal act. former mexican president vicente fox saying he's declaring war on the planet itself and the united nations expressing its disappointment. >> it is crucial that the united states remains a leader on environmental issues. the secretary-general looks forward to engaging with the american government and all actors in the united states and around the world to build a sustainable future on which our grandchildren depend. >> reporter: president trump said he would be willing to
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negotiate it all over again. >> we will try to make a deal that's fair f we can, that's great. if we can't, that's fine. >> reporter: but the leaders of france, germany, italy saying in a statement the paris climate accord cannot be renegotiated. and french president emmanuel macron speaking in english for three full minutes with this message for america. >> make our planet great again. >> reporter: now the only other two countries who are n nonsignatories, nicaragua who thought the agreement was too weak and syria, of course, in the midst of war. everyone else is on board. diane, kendis. >> all right, that's molly hunter for us live from london. molly, thanks. and president trump is also keeping busy reportedly planning to reverse the u.s. policy on cuba. >> yeah, sources say the trump administration is planning to increase regulations on cuba. you'll recall president obama initiated the process of normalizing relations, well, the move would make it harder for u.s. companies to do business with the island and make it more difficult for americans to
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travel to the country. >> the trump administration meanwhile, is asking the supreme court to immediately reinstate its travel ban. the ban affects travelers from six mostly muslim countries and refugees from anywhere in the world met by protests at u.s. airports being before blocked by a federal judge. the administration claims a court made several mistakes. the date is set for former fbi director james comey appearance before congress. comey's testimony scheduled for next thursday in front of the senate intelligence committee. lawmakers are hoping to hear about his private conversations with president trump including those reports comey was asked to end a probe into former national security adviser michael flynn. well, the supreme court justices took some time out for their new class photo. a first for recently appointed justice neil gorsuch. the justices sit in order of seniority and that meant that justice stephen breyer gets to move on to the front row after 23 years. >> all right.
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finally got that promotion. now a look at today's weather. the radar shows some thunderstorms will roll into the northern plains today. those storms are expected to bring rain and strong winds into the midwest over the weekend. forecasters say they don't expect any widespread outbreaks of damaging wind but high temperatures today, phoenix is the hot spot at 103. it'll be in the 80s in los angeles and salt lake city. elsewhere we're looking at 70s and 80s pretty much across the map. boston is the only major city expected to stay in the 60s today. get the sunscreen. well, still ahead, highlights from game one of the nba finals. breaking news from overseas. dozens are dead after a gunman storms the casino and sets gambling tables on fire. we have new video coming in. this wall of water, people flee. a beach after a mini tsunami comes in.
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we're back with breaking news from the philippines where police discovered the bodies of 36 people hours after a gunman stormed a manila casino and started a huge fire there. police said the gunman spread gasoline in the gaming area and then torched the carpet and the tables. people trampled one another trying to escape all of this. and right now investigators don't believe it was a terror attack. they actually think the shooter may have been a disgruntled casino gamer. he took his own life. investigators in manchester, england, have released some new images of the man behind the concert terror attack and show salman abedi dragging a large blue suitcase in the days before
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the attack. police are hoping to find that suitcase and any information about potential conspirators in the bombing that killed 22 people. emergency crews recovered a second body from the rubble of a wisconsin corn milling plant rocked by an explosion. they're now searching for a third person, a plant employee still missing. the blast damaged or destroyed much of the plant and sent nearly a dozen people to the hospital. state and federal investigators are at the scene trying to determine the cause of the explosion. the controversial dakota access pipeline is officially in service. oil began flowing through the 1200-mile pipeline yesterday. four sioux tribes are still fighting the project in federal court. the tribes and environmental groups are worried the pipeline could contaminate water sources. there have been three leaks reported just since march. none affected any water supplies. wall street hopes to build on its latest record high today. the dow opens at 21,144 after
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surging 136 points. the s&p 500 and the nasdaq also reached record highs. the jump is credited to healthy signals from the economy. records come ahead of today's federal jobs report. early figures show the u.s. added more than 250,000 jobs last month. so, this is interesting. walmart is testing a new app that matches online order delivery addresses with its employees' driving routes. the idea is that workers can deliver packages ordered over the internet while making their way home. the program is being tested at three walmart locations. walmart says employees volunteer to make the deliveries and that they are paid for it. >> efficiency. >> yeah. all right. >> and save some money. flames shooting from a packed airliner after hitting a flock of birds. we have passengers reacting this morning. and game one of the nba finals not even close. it was rihanna, 1, the cavs, 0. ♪
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check out this striking new video from brazil. researchers in sao paulo say it's high-speed footage capturing the impact of a lightning strike on a building for the first time. the video is slowed down in order to see the details. it was shot for a study meant to help building engineers. let's take a look at morning road conditions back here at home. there will be some wet pavement in the plains and the midwest. rain, as well, along the gulf coast and across most of texas into the southwest. if you're flying expect some airport delays in new orleans. and police in florida have offered new evidence about the condition of tiger woods following his arrest. >> they released new video overnight, take a look, showing a disoriented woods inside the blood alcohol testing center at the palm beach county jail. it shows woods leaning against a wall as you see there and giving two breath samples which proved he had not been drinking before he was found asleep in his car.
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woods has blamed his condition on a mix of painkillers that he's taking following his recent back surgery. now to a close call for passengers on a united airlines flight. the plane had just taken off from chicago when it hit a flock of geese shortly thereafter. it damaged the engine and sent flames shooting from the jet. the pilots realized what happened right away but initially the shaken passengers had no idea. >> the engine was rattling, so it was like moving back and forth. >> it was scary. i just thought i was going to die. i'm still like shaky. >> some passengers reported smelling the engine burning. they say landing was pretty rough, as well, but everyone landed safely. now to that unusual scene overseas, a big scare for beachgoers at a resort. this is in the netherlands. like a mini tsunami as water came crashing onto the sand. the waves washed away beach chairs, umbrellas and small
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boats, as well, and it sent panicked sunbathers running. fortunately no one was injured. meteorologists say it was a rare tidal surge. and now to the nba finals. game one in the books. >> very close. >> the golden state warriors got huge efforts last night from their stars kevin durant and steph curry. >> lebron james and the cavaliers kept it relatively close until halftime. then the warriors went on a run that cleveland just could not answer. golden state won, 113-91, and abc's t.j. holmes was there. good morning, t.j. >> reporter: well, kendis, diane, this seems all too familiar. doesn't it? we got cavs/warriors 3 and game one and, once again, we got a blow-out just like the finals started last year. yes, the warriors/cavs 3, the whole rubber match, we're seeing this thing once again and once again we're starting off like we started off last year, a few blow-outs at the beginning of the finals last year. turned out to be an epic series and went seven games and game
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one, it was -- some big plays. exciting plays through halftime but the warriors began to pull away and do their thing. as much as we talked about steph curry versus lebron james, these two guys are the faces of the nba right now, but, you know what, it was kevin durant, an mvp in his own right who stepped up. he's the new guy on the warriors and joined them after last season. well, he's the guy who stepped up, 38 points, put on a show. had more dunks than we're used to seeing him have. he was very aggressive, and he absolutely was the star of the show in game one proving to be a differencemaker in joining this team. but, again, even though it was a blow-out by the warriors, don't get fooled for a second. this is exactly the format we saw last year when the finals started, and that turned out to be an epic seven-game series, so we are just getting started. game one in the books, warriors up 1-0 in their revenge tour, if you will, trying to get back at
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these cavs who gutted them last year. game two coming up on abc. we, of course, will be right here for it. kendis, diane, we will see you soon. >> thank you, t.j. kevin durant's old teammate, russell westbrook, in oklahoma, he was watching "sister act 2" on his instagram. he was like, no, talk about revenge tour. >> no thank you. >> no interest. up next in "the pulse," more from game one and rihanna sitting courtside creating quite a stir on social media. and where to find free doughnuts. did somebody say free? it is national doughnut day. let's party. ♪ your body was made for better things than rheumatoid arthritis. before you and your rheumatologist move to another treatment, ask if xeljanz is right for you. xeljanz is a small pill for adults with moderate to severe ra for whom methotrexate did not work well. xeljanz can reduce joint pain and swelling in as little as
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actually involved ri-ri. >> taste right. the singer was one of many celebrities in the crowd but then the fourth quarter watch as warriors player kevin durant gets a big three-pointer and then he looks like he's staring at someone in the crowd. >> oh, yeah, he did. so, it appeared he was looking right at rihanna. he was asked about it after the game. >> toward the end of the game you shot a three kind of putting the dagger into them, and you looked toward the crowd toward rihanna. was that on purpose or do you remember that or -- >> i don't even remember that. >> well, just to let you know social media is buzzing about it. >> really? >> yes. >> don't get in that trap, bro. >> yeah. i'm cool. have fun with that. >> don't get in that trap, bro. >> oh, boy. >> don't do it. >> one sports report said rihanna was heckling the warriors. >> she was. but this moment was great. the look between durant and curry when the reporter was asking that question. he said --
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>> don't do it. >> don't do it, bro. don't go there. next up, a real cause for celebration. >> everybody, get ready because today is national doughnut day and we brought. >> doughnuts. lots of doughnuts. >> just for the occasion. now, this was started by the chicago salvation army in 1938. >> do you want the chocolate? >> it was actually a way to honor women who served to soldiers during world war ii. they used to serve doughnuts to the soldiers. now it's an excuse for the big national doughnut chains to run specials and send us plenty of doughnuts from dunkin' others. donuts, krispy kreme and many others. doughnut makers are giving away free or discounted doughnuts. if you have a sweet tooth today is your day. tomorrow is the day to hit the treadmill. >> and -- >> i have too many. >> we have quite a variety. i'm going with a little chocolaty one. before we get there we want to show you the man who once owned a 7-eleven franchise in south boston and now he is getting back or giving back, perhaps. >> he got so fed up with the
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congratulations, warriors. >> yes, yes! >> it's the beginning of a sweep. >> it really might be. it was pretty amazing. >> durant, steph, my goodness. >> it was like ballet. >> pure artistry. we have nice weather out there. let me start showing you the one area of cloud cover along the peninsula coast, and visibility five miles and it's creeping up the coast so we will keep an eye on the golden gate and the san bruno gap. a little cooler, temperatures will stay in the 50s to low 60s at the coast, and already low to mid-70s at noon and midland.
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and so 69 to comfortable evening coming our way. no fog on the golden gate bridge this morning. one area of importance, we have a full road closure on 780, both westbound and eastbound, and that's roadwork that should be picked up by 5:00 and we will keep watching it for you when we come back. i am tracking breaking news in oakland. right now oakland police are investigating a deadly shooting. we have early reports that at least one person is dead. it happened around 2:00 this morning on 84th avenue near international boulevard. we just got this video into the live desk. you can see some streets there blocked off, and tons and emergency crews and there's
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a car that looks like it crashed into a tree. we are waiting to hear about any street closures and for now you are advised to stay out of the area. reggie and natasha, back to you. we know a lot of you wish your commute were a little less of a hassle, and it looks like there's an idea that could help. >> flex lanes, and jeanine is live in san jose. >> reporter: the commute has not started here but when it does highway 87 gets jammed. the "mercury news" is reporting the transportation authority and the city of san jose just approved doing a study that will examine whether it's possible to create flex lanes on the corridor between 85 and 101. the paper says the study will see if it's feasible to remove the two emergency lanes on each
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side of the highway to make room for the flex lane, and then it would shift back to a regular shoulder the rest of the time. a decision whether to require a toll wouldn't be made until the study determines if the lane would fit. $225,000 has been approved for the study and is expected to be finished by the end of the year. i think a lot of warriors fans waking up pretty happy this morning. and did you cedse see kevin dur. >> scoring a game high of 38 points. steph curry had a big game, too. and the warriors crews to a 113-91 victory after the first quarter was not a contest anymore, and they lead the series one game to none. >> we could be a lot better than we were tonight, but in the finalsou


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