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breaking overnight. tornadoes tearing through the heartland. >> tornado on the ground. >> on the ground? >> on the ground! >> destroying dozens of homes. this truck trapped in the middle of a funnel cloud, flash flooding turns roads into rivers. and the leve rks about to break, forcing people from their homes. and more severe storms on the way. abc news exclusive. dark secret. a sister saying her brother was a former victim of house speaker dennis hastert. capsized. a freak wave sends two teenage girls into the frigid water after a tragic boat accident. 70-mile-hour winds and rough sea. >> if we would have let fear overtake us, we would have never been able to get out. >> how they made it out alive and the song from a popular kids movie that kept them going. and overtime thriller. golden state knocking off
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cleveland as game one of the nba finals guys down to the wire. >> curry, for three, puts it in! >> the stars were out watching the warriors beat back a monster game from lebron james. and the good luck kiss from stephan curry's daughter that launched his big night. and good morning, america. boy, talk about living up to the hype. boy, the nba finals off to such a huge start last night. >> yeah and we know we saw the kiss. how about stephan curry's daughter, stealing the show again with that little victory dance, oh yeah you go. look at her. she's got like an elaine kick. i think. doesn't it look like it. we'll have more on the thrilling game coming up. we begin with the extreme weather. tornadoes across colorado and
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kansas overnight. eight reported on the ground. flash floods and hail cause something much trouble. neal karlinsky in colorado this morning. >> reporter: they're keeping us back because the scene is active. there are powerlines down in the area. look at the house. the roof has been ripped off. there's an suv over there that's been toppled upside down. this is one of roughly 30 homes damaged overnight. >> tornado on the ground! >> tripping across colorado. >> it's viability. >> oh wow. >> reporter: and watch this extraordinary footage captured inside this colorado funnel cloud. the winds whipping. seconds later, actually picking up this 4500-pound ford ranger truck with debris flying. the driver who was filming this is okay. his truck, severely damaged. and near denver you can see the aftermath. dozens of homes and farms
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destroyed. this house completely gutted. this suv picked up and dropped on its roof. and it wasn't just tornadoes. torrential rain and hail. hammering drivers including us. >> oh wow. it sounds like it's denting it. people are pulling over. and then there were these blinding bolts. overnight in kansas drivers unable to see the roads forced to pull over but still getting battered by winds and rain. and in missouri water has taken over many of the road ways making travel dangerous. this big truck, swept away. i can tell you the lightning, the hail the rain seemed to go on and on overnight. remarkably no reports of serious injuries at this point. more bad weather is expected later today, just what they don't need. amy? >> all right, neal karlinsky with the latest. more severe weather in the forecast. tornadoes and flash flooding
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possible. rob marciano checking it out. >> not only from these storms but from last week's storms rolling down the red river. now an alert in garland city. a levee is leaking. there they're very very worried. this is in loveland. 25 homes damaged there. this will be day four where we expect to see the same areas getting hit. kansas nebraska colorado wyoming. the same areas getting hit likely for the fourth day. more on this throughout the broadcast. back to you. we turn to the massive data breach. the personal information for at least 4 million current and former federal workers stolen from government computers. that may be the tip of the iceberg. u.s. officials strongly suspect china is behind the attack? >> reporter: indeed. good morning, george.
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those 4 million current and government employees will get bad news. they'll be offered credit monitoring over the next 18 months because hackers broke into the office of personnel management. it's essentially the government's human resources division. names, birth dates, and social security numbering were likely taken. also at risk background information done for security clearances. investigators expect china was involved. chinese officials are denying the allegations. government agencies are increasingly under attack. sony pictures the white house, and the state department hit in recent months. >> a constant bat until cyberspace. now to a mysterious murder in colorado. man gunned down while walking near his home. it happened in the same area where a serial shooter is on the loose. clayton cansandell has the story.
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>> there's a male right on the sidewalk, not breathing. he's bleeding uncontrollably. >> reporter: overnight, police working this scene. the shooting death of 65-year-old william canold jr. >> there are enough likenesses to this case that we, as an age circumstances immediately reached out to a task force. >> reporter: he was on a nighttime stroll. >> it's kind of a shocker that he's gone. >> reporter: the shooting is one of several on roads across northern colorado in the last few weeks. a task force previously linking two nearby shootings. the first in april, along interstate 25. driver cory romero hit by a bullet in the neck. >> it's on both sides of my neck. i'm just really scared. >> reporter: she survived. >> i'm still in shock. you don't think something like that would happen to you driving home from work. >> reporter: in may, a second
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shootinging about six miles away. john jacoby shot twice. killed while riding hisbike. >> my guess is it's probably the same shooter. that fits the pattern of other highway-type shooters. they keep doing it until they get caught. >> reporter: task force invers gators are attempting to connect seven recent reports of motorist motorists with shattered windows. for "good morning america," clayton sandell, abc news loveland, colorado. now the abc news exclusive. new information about sexual misconduct allegations against former house speaker dennis hastert. he'll be in court next week facing charges of bank fraud and lying to the fbi to cover up some of the information. >> reporter: good morning, george. for the first time this morning we're learning the name and details of one of the alleged sexual abuse victims of the former speaker of the house.
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from the family of the then young man who says they've been waiting for his secret to be known. in steve reinbold's wrestling year book hastert wrote he was the right-hand man. he also became a victim of hastert's, according to reinbold's sister. >> i think he damaged steve more than any of us will ever known. >> reporter: the sister tells abc news that her brother shared his dark secret of abuse when he revealed to her that he was gay. >> i said, steve, when was your first same-sex experience. he looked at me and said it was with dennis hastert. i was stunned. i said why didn't you ever tell anybody, stevie? he was your teacher. why didn't you ever tell anybody.
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he looked at me and said who is ever going to believe me? in this town who is ever going to believe me? >> reporter: was it your sense this happened more than once? >> mm-hmm. i said was it all through high school? he said yes. >> reporter: hastert became a father figure for her brother. as a member of an explorer's troop run by hastert, he was one of handful of young men that hastert took to the bajahamasbahamas. >> the man who was his friend was abusing him. >> reporter: steve reinboldt died of aids in 1985. she says she confronted hastert. >> i looked at him and i said i want to know whey you did what you did to my brother? he stood there and stard at me. i continued to say, i want you to know that your secret didn't
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die in there with my brother. and i want do you remember that i'm out here. and that i know. >> reporter: then, two weeks ago, after she says she had given up hope that her effort to expose hastert would ever succeed, the fbi showed up at her door to ask her about her big brother steve, and tell her dennis hastert was about to be indicted on federal criminal charges. >> there are no words to describe what it felt like to -- you know it was like stevie we've done it. it's going the happen. we got him. >> reporter: hastert's been in hiding since the indictment. messages we sent to his lawyer for comment were not answered. steve wienboldt's sister decided to come forward to others know they're not alone. >> she's been trying to get this story out a long time. >> she contacted us and other members of the news media off the record about nine years ago.
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she watched hastert rise to prominence. it made her angrier and angrier. >> he's not been charged for this misconduct. he's charged for the bank fraud allegation. how does this story affect the government's case? thnchts is another example of the misconduct he was alleged to be covering up. that's important when they make the case against the bank fraud and lying to the fbi charges. let's go to ""gma"" weekend or dan harris. a strong earthquake. >> more than 130 hikers and tourists are trapped on the top of a mountain after a 6.0 magnitude earthquake hit malaysia. triggering an avalanche of rocks blocking the way down the mountain. rescue operations happening as we speak. the so-called donkey ears at the top of the mountain were damaged. the damage after the quake on the right. also happening, crews have used cranes to turn the capsized
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cruise ship upright in china's yangtze river. the captain is one of 14 people that survived. he's in custody. the arsenal found inside the car of the man who jumped the fence of the white house last year and made it inside the built bilding. an munition tomahawks, and knives were found. two months earlier, weapons were found in his car in a traffic stop. prosecutors areing a 21-month prison sentence. check out this street fight in chicago. those sparks are from roman candles, which have a small amount of gunpound powder in them. a rough emergency landing in philadelphia. this private jet forced to touch
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down with nose gear broken. the five people on board, we're told are all okay. and finally, and i love this. the man who had a $136 million lottery tiktd and didn't know it anthony perosi is a plumber from statin island here in new york. true to form he had stashed the ticket behind a pipe in his basement. six weeks after he bought it he checked the ticket to see if it might be worth a few bucks. >> i thought i was having a heart attack or my heart stopped. i grabbed the ticket figuring they'll find it in my hand. then i finally exhaled. >> i'm glad that didn't turn out that way. he's sharing his winnings request his son also named anthony. he made it clear to the ladies of new york that he is single. >> yes. >> ready to make it rain ladies and gentlemen. >> a big girl alert.
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>> you sense it yourself. okay. >> i have a good filter dan. >> are you trying to say that one of us doesn't? >> no. not at all. not at all. >> she's going to tell us at commercial. we'll decide if we tell the world. >> a good way to do this. >> amy, don't do it. okay we're going move on now to major health headline this morning. the drug called viagra for women has won approval. after an emotional hearing. linsey davis here with the dekale. >> reporter: well male sexual dysfunction has a physical toent to it. for women, the answer was more likely more complicated than take one of these and call me in the morning. that may be just what the doctor orders if the fda gives its blessing. >> this is the age of taking action. >> reporter: move over blue pill. a little pink pill may soon allow women to join their frisky male counterparts. it's surrounded by controversy.
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>> need does not create proof. >> reporter: dozens speaking before an fda advisory panel. many hope the once a day pill dubbed female viagra pill will help women. >> i had a wonderful, loving husband and no sexual feelings whatsoever. no negative side effects. only positive ones. really good once. >> reporter: her daughter inheriting the con. >> my marriage has suffered greatly. so much so that the conversation of divorce son the table. claiming from my low sexual desire. >> reporter: the drug can have side effects that include low blood pressure nausea dizziness and fainting spells. a storm of controversy was created with many crying sexism.
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the panel's approval was met with cheers. and brings flibanserin one step closer to women. the fda usually follows the recommendations of the advisory panels. this drug tagts chemicals in the brain. if approved it's only meant for a certain segment of the female population. they might want to be ready with a little barry white just in case. >> go right to the closeup of me, thank you. really? game one of the nba finals. golden state and cleveland going into overtime. but even a huge game from lebron james could not stop the warriors. paula faris was there for it all. good morning to you, paula. >> reporter: good morning to you, lara. cleanup is still under way. there is confetti everywhere here. lebron james, the monster game
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most he's ever scored in the playoffs. not enough to stop the warriors from making their first finals appearance in the last 40 years. the warriors win was a star-studded affair. >> game one goes to the warriors. >> reporter: rihanna and magic johnson come out to watch james and the cavaliers take on the current mvp, sharp-shooting steph curry and the golden state warriors. riley curry with a good luck kiss for her daddy. 11 ties 13 lead changes. the cavs starting out strong taking the lead early behind king james. golden state battling back. the game going into overtime. the first finals ot in 14 years. >> and we'll go to overtime. >> reporter: james finishing with playoff record 44 points. >> they just made a couple more plays than we made. >> reporter: it wasn't enough to top the home team. the cavs losing to the warriors
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108-100. >> we win every game at home we'll be all right in the series. that's a start. >> reporter: little riley doing a post game victory dance. the cavaliers losing on two fronts. the team's second best player, ki kyrie irving going own. buried his head after the game and said he's worried that he'll play again this series let alone in sunday's game two. the team that wins game one in the series goes on the win the series about 70% of the time. a confident bunch. >> not so fast. this one is going to be a nail- nail-biter. game two tips off sunday, 8:00 p.m. eastern. >> the cavs will come back on sunday. more rain in the northeast? >> sprinkles will trying to get to new york. the concert in the park may get damp. d.c. is getting it.
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rain on and off throughout the day. jacqui: good morning, washington. anher damp and dreary start this morning, sunshine should be peeking out by late this afternoon, allowing temperatures to warm into e low to mid 70's with clouds coming back in the mid 60's and a pretty good weekend ahead with isolate thundershowers, otherwise partly sunny skies, seasonable temperatures in the lower 80's,
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melanie: good morning washington. we want to get a check on the weather right now. jacqui: while we still have a little bit of drizzle out there stormwatch doppler radar is showing you that it is around the beltway right now, around 95 towards columbia in into baltimore. an umbrella is needed in spots with a jacket and temperatures in the's, 57 at dulles, 57
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gaithersburg, 60 degrees downtown. hour by hour we are slowly warming things up and it will be a cool and cloudy morning, peaks of sunshine expected after the lunch hour expected to get us into the lower 70's. sunday looks nice and dry. let's get the latest on traffic with angela. charnice milton alive -- angela: a live look at 270, shut down on the inner loop between 270 and old georgetown road clearing up the crash we are also still dealing with the crash for the folks dealing with 210 indianhead highway as you had from fort washington it is jammed as you make your way towards 495 towards pennsylvania avenue and the freeway. the left lane is locked on the freeway as you approach in the street southeast. melanie: i will take it from here. d.c. teacher charged with child sex abuse will appear in court
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for luminary hearing this afternoon. giovanni pena admitted to inappropriately touching a former fourth-grade boy. under spacing felony charges for tech -- were assaulting female patients is expected in court today. accused of praying on women at four hospitals in the area. we have traffic,
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good morning, america. right now, we're tracking more severe storms targeting the heartland after tornadoes and flash flooding tear through the middle of the country overnight. right now, the fbi is investigating the massive data breach. information stolen. and american pharoah, ready to run for history. tomorrow, the horse will attempt to become the first triple crown winner since 1978. good morning america. happy friday. a lot to get to this morning. including a major car safety alert. gio ben neat tease is standing by. damage cars could flood the market. it is our giant peter inarty in the park. florence and the machine in the park. >> another packed day in central park. we switch gears and begin with
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an urgent alert during the popular home-buying season. police inned iffed if severaling for man who held two real estate agents at gun point when they were showing homes. steve osunsami joins us with the latest. >> reporter: good morning to you, george. the suspect had a handgun, wore a straw hat and sun glasses. they're worried he could strike again. this morning, police are sharing this sketch of the man they say robbed two different florida realtors at fun point while they were showing him homes. >> st. pete police department. >> i'm a realtor. i was showing homes and someone just robbe me. >> reporter: it was about 1:00 p.m. on wednesday when the attacker first struck. he scheduled the appointment under a fake name. >> hi this is robert evans. i'm calling about a proper the i you listed. >> there was a level of planning that went into both crimes. that causes us concern he'll again. >> reporter: once inside he
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tied the realtor's hands and feet before calling her husband and demanding a ransom. >> she was coming up the driveway i've been robbed i've been robbed. >> reporter: he wasted no time finding a new victim. at an hour later, he was pulling his gun on this realtor. too afraid to show her face on camera. >> he put his briefcase on the floor, grabbed the gup, and pointed to me and said, get on the floor. >> reporter: according to police the roesh was interrupted again this time by another real estate agent, also planning to show the home. >> our fear sthat he moves from this area. because of the publicity. a realtor, again who is not aware of the situation, falls into the trap and meets him in the same circumstances. >> reporter: it turns out selling homes is dangerous work. in arkansas last year a real estate agent was found buried in a shallow grave, killed after she showed a home. since 19979, more than 0 real estate agents have been murdered on the job.
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amy? >> all right steve osunsami thank you for that uptate. now to the former kentucky honor student convicted of murdering her boyfriend. sentencing set for a week from now. the question? whether shayna hubers will get life in prison. >> i gave him his nose job he wanted. >> reporter: this morning, shane that human beingers found guilty of murdering her boyfriend, 29-year-old lawyer ryan poston. will she spend the rest of her life in prison? >> am i crazy? >> i don't think you're crazy. >> reporter: hubers seen in this pi czar video. talking for 2 1/2 hours. even laughing. admitting she killed poston in october 2012. shooting him six times with his own gun. calling 911 with an explanation. >> ma'am, i killed him in self-defense. >> reporter: but the jury didn't buy it.
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finding her guilty. poston's emotional sister speaking in court. >> for us it with us -- your big brother is never going to be there. he's not going to be there. >> you picked up the gun off of the table. >> reporter: now this prosecute sir fighting to make sure she spends the rest of her life behind bars. was there behavior during the trial that sort of made you think, hmm, she shouldn't be acting that way? >> there was no sign of empathy. it was all about her. she didn't want to watch him die. that was hard to hear. >> how do you go on from here? >> one day at a time. >> one day at a time. one minute at a time one hour at a time. one day at a time. and you can see an exclusive interview with ryan poston's mother speaking out for the first time tonight on "20/20." george? now to tin credible survive
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story. two young girls swimming for hours to safety after an accident left four others dead. kayna whitworth is here with their story. >> reporter: good morning the all of you. george, good morning to you. the local county sheriff is calling this the single worth tragedy he has ever seen on utah's bear lake. it was supposed to be a summiter kickoff celebration. this morning, two teenagers are speaking pout. >> we're like unbreakable. >> reporter: we're hearing from two teenage girls about their unbelievable story of survival. monday tiff any and tylin, best friended joined family friends lance, kathy, another friend from school on a boating trip. >> we've got at least two individuals in the what person. >> the storm came in quickly.
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the waves were huge. >> reporter: 76-mile-an-hour winds and waves ten feet high threw all passengers into the water. the waves separated tiffany and tylin from the group. the two trying to swim six miles to shore. treading water for five hours. what kept them going? ♪ just keep swimming just keep swimming ♪ >> reporter: a song from "finding nemo." >> if we were letting fear overtake us we wouldn't get out. >> reporter: rescue workers found them in the water. the two girls and thatkathy, the only survivors from the original group of seven. best friends bound. >> it's nice to have good friends that keep on encouraging you. if she was doubting the whole time i don't think any of us
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would have been able to make it. >> they were found more than a mile from the boat. paramedics think that by trying to swim the girls most likely kept their body tech chir higher which may have ultimately saved their lives. the storm was so severe it rounded doox on the lake and everything. >> it came out of nowhere. such a tragic story. lucky for those girls. back out to the park. rob marciano is there. a foggy start to the day if chicago. >> hey, george. we're excited about florence and the machine later on. we'll get to chicago, where they are socked in with fog. temperatures there probably not getting out of the 50s today. cool and foggy for calm of days and then warm and humid. mount sinabung has been more active in the last couple of jajacqui gd morningng
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washgton. hay friday, everybodody chilly drizzling mist once again,n, sunshine is affected by late this afternoon, high tempereratures in the lor 7's, thee >> this weather cast is brought to you by prudential. a lot of florence and the machine fans. george amy, back to you. we have a lot ahead. new alert about dangerous used cars. they could be flooding the market. they're difficult to spot. a dramatic attack caught on camera. a teenage girl ripped out of a target checkout line. how bystanders saved her just in time.
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we're back now with "gma" on the lookout. a new alert this morning before you head to the used car lot. some of those shiny new cars could be hiding serious damage. gio benitez is at a salvage yard
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in mt. vernon new york. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. all of those flooded cars we have seen over the past couple of weeks. they're supposed to be ending up right here. at a junk yard just like this. this morning, gnaw warning for you. they're not ending up here. they're going straight to used car lots. and they're for sale. >> the rainfall here in texas, not a laughing matter. >> drenching rains and flash flooding. >> reporter: dangerous floosh floods turning texas and oklahoma into disaster zones. leaving thousands of cars submerge period submerged. >> i have another vehicle stranded. >> reporter: these damaged cars could start flooding the car lots. >> they'll make their way on to the market. starting rite now. >> reporter: and they can be hard to spot. after a five-hour makeover this
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sandy, flood-damaged car looks shiny and new. but experts say don't be fooled. it might look great. but it's rot on the inside. >> the electrical systems can be compromised. the men canchanical components are ruined. >> reporter: bob worked with customers trying to trade their cleaned up flood-damaged cars. >> that information will decrease the value of their vehicle. >> reporter: this isn't only happening in flood zones. >> they can be moved to other areas of the country. a few miles or a few hundred miles away from the area that were flooded and sold to unsuspected consumers. >> reporter: what should you look for? do both the vehicle history reports, such as a carfax and have your car inspected beforehand. and back out here live. we have another tip for you. look for rust or corrosion
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speed feed time. dan is here with that. >> this is a huge weekend for horse racing. and the horse of the hour here he is american pharoah. the horse many people think could break a 37-year drought. no triple crown winner seasons affirmed in 1978. in the past 16 years, six horses have come close. american pharoah zoomed to victory at the kentucky derby and the preakness in.
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i spoke to the squokky. he said his least favorite part is a diet to he doesn't weigh down the horse. my plan for you. you win on saturday retire and eat cookies for the rest of your life. how does that sound? >> pretty good. >> my plan. i also designed a 401 ed aed a 401(k) for him. a horse on the run. claiming it made the break from the racetrack. it was a local horse who lost his way to the track. unclear what that means. we'll stay on it. >> that didn't clear anything up. >> that was not american pharoah, we can say that with some certainty. >> what happened to american pharoah's tail? ments it was bitten by another horse, probably jealous of american pharoah's natural prowess. i asked the owner whether he wanted to put a weave on there, he said no. he took off his hat and showed me he's bald. we'll be right back.
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jacqui: rain along the beltway and on interstate 95, it will be needed along with the jackets this morning but later on today you should be able to ditch both of those things, temperatures around 73 degrees, the weekend forecast looks pretty good as well, finally warming up, but it will not be perfect with
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thunderstorms here and there. angela? angela: two accidents in montgomery county, we have reopened all lanes on the inner loop between 270 and old georgetown road, but as you can see those delays are in place back to the george washington parkway with an outer loop crash on 300 55, 2 lanes blocked and it is pretty much stop and go, bumper-to-bumper prior to interstate 95 on the capital beltway and in virginia on 66 the crashes clear but we are jammed back 234 business. melanie, back to you. melanie: search and recovery efforts resuming in a few and for a missing swimmer in montgomery county. marco ray s sanchez disappeared near great falls on wednesday. montgomery county higher she drowned. he was with another diver who made it out safely. there will be to public viewings to honor former delaware attorney general o biden today in lymington.
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. dramatic video just release ofd a supermarket horror. a teenage girl attack at target, ripped out of the checkout line. the two brave bystanders save her life just in time. new revelations from the duggars. two of the daughters speaking out for the first time about the scandal rocking their family. >> we're not a perfect family. we're just family. ♪ can't stop me no ♪ and amy schumer's bold words on body shaming. >> i'm not going the apologize for who i am. and i'm actually going to love the skin i'm in. i feel like i have burned all the bridges possible. >> the dog days are over. florence and the machine are live in central park. as we say -- >> all: go and look that crowd in central park this morning. we are so excited for florenc and the machine. and a whole lot of people in the park are
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>> including lara spencer and jesse palmer. tell us how it's going. >> get down here. the fans are starting. fantastic crowd. so much excitement. here's why. here she come florence. and florence and the machine. [ cheers and applause ] >> this is so cool. there is just so much energy here. i cannot wait to watch their performance here live and it is all just moments away. you can see, the crowd is so pumped up. george and amy? >> she just ambles out there. >> she's cool. very cool. i like it. >> let's go to dan. he's got ifthe morning rundown. what could be the biggest cybertake in the nation's history. 4 million current and former
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morning in a brutal knife attack. a teenager was snachd by a disturbed man. strangers put their lives on the line. we get more from mara schiavocampo. >> reporter: the newly released video shows the moment a mentally ill homeless man attacks a teenage girl at a target in pittsburgh. 44-year-old leon walls pulls 16-year-old high school sophomore alison meadows from the checkout line, before stabbing her repeatedly. moments later, two brave bistanders tackle wall. >> she was grabbed and gone before i could move. you're helpless because this man has a knife. >> reporter: this morning, walls has been found guilty but mentally ill. a psychiatrist testifying in court this week he's schizophrenic, hallucinating,
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and hearing voice before the 2013 attack. alison a star softball player suffering a collapsed lung and several wounds. >> there is a sense of relief that this portion is one step behind us. >> reporter: now she's recovered from her injuries. is headed to college on an athletic scholarship. moving forward after a traumatic ordeal. for "good morning america," mara schiavocampo, abc news new york. >> so glad alison is okay. a dramatic crash to show you this morning. everybody is okay here. take a look at this. a mustang is hit by another vehicle in lang and then plows into two teenagers on their bikes. we want to emphasize, the boys are recovering from their injuries. the people in the mustang claim they were being chased by another vehicle at the time. pit bulls may be tough.
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you would expect them to take on somebody their own size. not, however, this one, chasing a bear out of its yard. the bear had probably already had dinner at this point. though there may have been a different ending. pit bulls get a really bad reputation. this pit bull was protecting its family. >> doing its job. >> a lot of pit bulls are sweet. >> the bear was headed out. >> going for lunch. a lot coming up this morning, including the duggar sisters speaking out. more from them. and now to lara and jesse, center stage with the morning menu. thank you, george. here's what's coming up on our "gma morning menu." amy schumer trending high overnight. her bold words on body shaming and the swipes she's taking at hollywood's standarding for women. and you don't want to miss this story. the huge surprise for this
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set for round two from the duggars. jill and jessa defending their brother, josh who molested them when they were kids in an interview with fox news channel's megyn kelly, airing tonight at 9:00 the duggar sisters bristle at the idea their brother was a predator. >> i said victims. you fur roed your brow a little bit. do you feel like the victim of a molestation? >> i want to speak up in his defense against people calling him a child molester or a pedophile or a rapist. some people are saying. that is so overboard and a lie, really. i mean people will get mad at me for saying that. but i'm like i can say this. i was one of the victims. >> reporter: the reaction to michelle and jim bob duggar's explanation was taking heat. many lambasteing the parents for
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appearing to minimize their teenage n's behavior. >> this was not like rape or anything like that. touching people over their clothes. a couple of incidents under their clothes. it was like, a few seconds. >> reporter: on their reality show, "19 kids and counting" the dug gars put themselves outd there as models of christian chastity. the family frowns on front hugging hugging, among family members for fear it might stir impure thoughts. >> i think that some people i have heard them saying you're hypocrites. well, if you go back and look at everything that people have seen in our -- in television you know, we have never claimed to be a perfect family. my parents have always actually stated, you know we are not a perfect family. we're just a family. >> reporter: for "good morning america," david wright, abc
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news, new york. >> dan abrams joipning us. the daughters saying they're being victimized again. >> i don't think it's fair to criticize the daughters at this point. the sealing of juvenile records is not usually done for the purpose of the victim. it's for the deft. >> in victims are usually not named at all. >> exactly. because in this case you can identify the victims based on knowing who the deft was, it does change things a little bit. the family, in particular the parents are t this out to be african attack on them. and the only reason this was released is because of who they are. there's a good argument to be made that under the freedom of information act, not only could they have released this but they had to. they can fight over that legally. but there is certainly a legitimate strong rg ament. >> we know that the dug gars chose to speak out. their show is suspended.
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put on hold. in terms of public reaction what are people saying about what the parents and the victims have said? >> what the parents are saying often sounds almost leaguistic. what is the definition of a pedophile, battleing over that is not helpful. well a pedophile is over the age of 16. he was younger than that. i don't think the public wants to hear the defense of josh. the girls are a totally different thing. i think everyone has a level of sympathy and respect for them. when it comes to defending what he did. explaining it away. i think that everyone watches that and they say to themselves -- >> mine mizing it. >> yeah. was that worth doing? the reason to do an interview like this is to lay it out on the table and put it by heend you. think they have put it front and center and cry ated potentially more problems. >> dan abrams, we'll most likely be talking about this for weeks
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to come. switching gears, we're turning to someone else in the headlines for very different reasons. comedian amy schumer taking the stage to accept an award at the "glamour" women of the year. rebecca jarvis has more. >> reporter: she's the woman who is capturing the zeitgiest at every turn. >> i had a mom who said you don't need to shave above your knees. >> reporter: making an acceptance speech >> like the uglies. you sfoupd us. >> reporter: in classic schumer fashion, she pushes boundaries. >> she's like a [ bleep ] supermodel. >> reporter: and much or what she says is not morning show friendly. >> i was this jack-o'-lantern with [ bleep ] walking around. just like oh trick-or-treat. >> reporter: bemind all the
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blistering comedy. an important message, too. taking a stand on perceptions of body image. >> i mean like no i'm not going the apologize for who i am. i'm going to love this skin i'm in and not be striving for some other version of myself. >> reporter: even joking that her weight has never stopped her from being attractive to men. >> i'm probably like 160 pounds right now. and i could catch a [ bleep ] whenever i want. like that's the truth. >> reporter: this latest routine in line with her comedy central show "inside amy schumer." where she proves she's not afraid to take risks. ♪ ♪ around the corner fudge is made ♪ >> reporter: recently teaming up for a hilarious skit that satirizes the day women are no longer deemed desirable in hollywood. >> is there anything you can do to delay snit.
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>> you can try it. 99 makes it worse. >> reporter: she recently tweeted that thanks to entertainment weekly for not air brushing her. she wrote, i am a size 6. and i have no plans of changing. this sit. stay on or get off. >> somebody was like do you feel out of place? i was like no of course not. >> reporter: her refusal to conform makes her the one to watch. >> yeah i feel like i burned all the brijs possible. all right. thank you so much. thank you. >> reporter: f "good morning america," rebecca jarvis abc news, new york. >> even though we couldn't hear everything she said -- beep -- i like what i did >> she's so funny. a life-changing surprise for one 10-year-old girl born without part of her right arm. steve osunsami has the story. >> reporter: just like the dolphin winter from the dolphin
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tale is missing what you might call a limb so is this precious 10-year-old. >> i'm going to give you a bit of a tour, if i can. >> reporter: annie was born with a challenge. she's missing her right hand. she doesn't know it yet, today, she'll get a new one. she thinks she's here to see the dolphin from the film. that's near and dear to her heart. waiting inside the aquarium are a group of engineers, making last-minute adjustments to her bionic arm. she doesn't know any of this? >> no no. she doesn't know she's going to get the hand. >> so i have a friend for you the meet. >> reporter: a familiar face. she stars in the movie. >> do you want to come meet my friend winter with me? >> reporter: it was all too much. >> we're going to have you feed winter some fish. reach inside and grab that. >> reporter: yet another surprise. the prosthetic rechargeable hand
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that will allow her to grab and touch. we met these amazing people who did all this too. they just love you to pieces. her tears broke our hearts. did you know that your parents have been tlig you? [ laughter ] >> fibbing. fibbing. that they were fibbing. >> i had a feeling, but i wint too sure. >> reporter: the people behind the prosthetics are amazing. all students from the university of central florida in orlando. engineers, architects and art majors doing this for free. the program is called limitless. they use 3-d printers. they'll adjust and replint as annie gets older. >> our goal is 100 solutions in one year. >> reporter: 100 kids next year you're hoping? annie is learning now use her
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hand. >> you take a big flex on your arm. it will be better to control. >> reporter: she said she can't wait to go to school with it first thing monday morning. >> don't stop believing and you can achieve everything you want to do. >> reporter: for "good morning america," steve osunsami abc news clearwater florida. >> gotta love that story. >> beautiful. >> great. let's go to rob in the park. >> we're waiting for the big show. got some fans. you like florence and the machine? >> yeah. >> where are you from >> oklahoma city. >> oklahoma city. i spent many a day there. the se sere weather threat mostly north of you today. everyone taking their turn in the plains. denver you're getting it again. nebraska eastern wyoming. the fourth day and night in a row. cool and cloudy in the northeast. we'll warm up. getting back to more summertime weather. 77 expected in new york city on saturday for a high temperature. june gloom continues out west in
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california. and showers expected across parts of orlando. nice and dry for texas jacqui: good morning, washington. anher damp and dreary start this morning, sunshine should be peeking out byate this ternoon, a allowing tempatures to warm into the low to m 70's with clouds coming back in the mid 60's and a pretty good weekend ahead with isolated thundershowers, otherwise partly sunny skies,s, seasonablee temperatures in the lolower 80's, hyundai los like the best dry day >> what's up with the 'stache? >> we just want a mustache. we can say hello to our family in tennessee. >> but you're so proud, you want to be in disguise. that's the latest weather. hey, amy.
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what's going on? hi, lara. >> gethere rob. time for "pop news" everybody. y'all ready. there's the music. let us begin. the nba finals kicked off last night, as you probably heard. and even though the golden state warriors won the game, the real winner of the evening, would be jimmy kimmel with the third annual special nba edition of mean tweets. we love these. here are a few of the gems that you can catch go ahead and roll it. >> i'm convinced magic johnson has approximately 73 teeth in his mouth. >> people say lebron flops. have you ever seen this lid lithele french woman named tony parker? french woman. >> imagine the damage steph curry would be doing in the nba if he didn't have such a girly name. #changeittosteve. steve is a terrible name. shoots that's my coach's name.
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>> mean tweets. you have to have tough skin. >> if his name is like a girl i want to play like a girl. and magic johnson, he's got some teeth. >> you i learned something new about our friend jesse. >> i have been on mean tweets before. i can tell you firsthand, it's a lot of fun. >> you have to own it. embrace it. we'll be watching the finals all week long. ever speak with your in-laws and find yourself wondering, i know what i heard. what are they really saying? now there's an app for that too. it's called the in-plau frans later. your mother-in-law says how is my son, you type in that question and voila, it translates into what she really means, i haven't seen him for weeks and it's your fault. [ laughter ] here are some of the other little ditties. if they say, you look really well. that becomes in the translator, you have put on weight. maybe you'll change your blind. becomes you made the wrong
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decision. >> so confusing. >> oh you had your hair cut translates into you look like a thug. and, oh, i used to make it like this. becomes what is this junk i am eating? the creator of the app said just in case my in-laws with watching this this was not at all inspired by personal experience. >> i don't think you need translator. >> the guys tell it all. >> they're outed. >> it's out there if you should find yourself in need. and tinder is an app that allows you to find company in your area. what if you could swipe and be guaranteed get great company, cuddling, and the occasional lick on the face? that will happen on all they're calling this the tinder of pet adoptions. you can find and adopt. there are cats dogs horses to
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choose from. and already, a quarter of a million users so far. i love this. i'm a big fan of rescues. >> the pressure is on. those pups have to have a good profile. we'll be judging. >> you need filters. >> chrome is my favorite. a quickie. if your dogs are barking after a long week show this for a feel-good friday. look at this guy. does not move. i just laughed out loud. my dog would be running all over the bathroom. this dog -- >> not his first rodeo. he's done that before. >> and he likes it. >> it's like when you get a massage and you just pass out. that's what's happening with the dog. >> he's getting the blow-out. next week bigger than the world cup, the oscars. the first annual backyard barbecue summer cookoff. we cook up our own favorite recipes and anything goes. it's getting hot in here.
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melanie: good morning, we want to get a check on the weather right now. still looking gray out there jacqui:? it is, even a few raindrops on the rooftop camera, it is very light, more misty and drizzly than anything else. 60 degrees as the temperature in town, upper 50 possibly suburbs, slow to rise all morning long, sticking with the clouds until lunch, our best chance is late this afternoon to allow them to get into the lower 70's. tomorrow sunshine more likely, mixed with clouds, a chance for warmer temperatures and seasonal conditions, sunday could be the best of the bunch. angela: blocking alain once again on the inner loop of the beltway between 270 and georgetown road, jammed back to the george washington parkway. given reports of a crash southbound on bw at 450 as you make your trip through
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riverdale, troubles for folks traveling into the tunnel, the 9th street crash as you head out towards the freeway. that is the update on the roads. melanie, back to you. melanie: the fbi is investigating a data breach that might impact at least 4 million current and former federal workers. u.s. officials say the data from the office of personnel management was compromised and the hackers are believed to be based in china. the u.s. air force says that they will review their policy for discharging servicemembers who identify as trans am -- transgender. doctors and commanders would that -- discharge members who identified with gender dysphoria. for the news, traffic, and weather updates on news channel 8, have a great run a.
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welcome back to "gma." i think this crowd is ready out here in central park. for florence and the machine. >> they're warming up. the sound is amazing. let me give you a stat. the last two mallalbums went platinum in a dozen countries. the brand-new one is poised to break all the records. >> it's called "how big, how blue, how beautiful." here are florence and the machine with ship to wreck. ♪ don't touch the sleeping pills they mess with my head ♪ ♪ dredging the great white sharks swimming in the bed ♪ ♪ here comes a killer whale to sing me to sleep ♪
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♪ this rashing the covers off ithas my by its teeth ♪ ♪ and oh my love remind me what was it that i said ♪ ♪ and i can't help but pull the earth around me to make my bed ♪ ♪ and oh my love remind me what was it that i did ♪ ♪ did i drink too much am i losing touch did i build this ship to wreck ♪ ♪ to wreck to wreck did i build this sip to wroek ♪ ♪ what's with the long face oh do you want more ♪ ♪ thousands of red-eyed mice scratching at the door ♪
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♪ don't let the curtain catch you cause you've been here before ♪ ♪ the chair is an aland darling you can't touch the floor ♪ ♪ and oh my love remind me what was it that i said ♪ ♪ and i can't help but pull the earth around me to make my bed ♪ ♪ and oh my love remind me what was it that i did did i drink too much am i losing touch did i build this ship to wroek ♪ ♪ to wreck to wreck to wreck did i build this ship to wreck ♪ ♪ and good god under starry skies we are lost into the
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breach we got tossed and the water's coming in fast ♪ ♪ and oh my love remind me what was it that i said ♪ ♪ did i drink too much am i losing touch did i build this ship to wreck ♪ ♪ to wreck to wreck to wreck did i build this ship to wreck ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> come on! how good is that? i saw her once before. but not this close. is she amazing or what? >> she's fantastic. >> big fan here. like a lot of folks. first time they're seeing her this up close. it's phenomenal. you're wonderful. let's talk weather. take you out west to the
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southwest, for a little bit of moisture from the tropics coming in. i think most of california should be dry, at least north of say los angeles. but there's your andres moisture coming in for a rare dose of moisture in phoenix for june. there's blanca. hurricane watches likely posted later on today. jacqui good morning washington.. happy fray, everybody chilly drizzling mist once again, sunshines affected by late this afternohigh tempereratur in e lower 70''s, theood that >> all right. this weather report brought to you by ocean spray. take a look at these women. they are thriving with cancer. today, drive cosmetics is making this a big big day. and we have with us karissa
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bodnar. >> we're thrive cosmetics. we're beauty with apurpose. for every product sold we donate one to a woman going through cancer. the number one challenge of women in cancer treatment, they had lost their lashes. after losing my friend christy, we decided to do something better. our goal is to give away a million products this year. we're here in honor of national cancer tlifer survivor's day. >> and robin had something to do with the name didn't she? >> yes, absolutely. after watching "gma" goes pink i heard robin and amy say, that these women were not just survivors. but they're thrivers. we spell our name c-a-u-s-e because we're for a cause. we're cause-metics. >> you just got out of
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treatment. you koumd bnt happier to be here? >> no i'm thrilled. >> you a big florence and the machine fan? >> yes, a big fan. >> so great to have you with us. keep thriving ladies. amy, back to you. >> thank you, rob. and thank you, thrive cause-metics. we want to go to a what would you do moment. what would you do if you found out a waiter touched or spit in your food? >> it's an incredible story. you have to see to it believe it. it's every restaurantgoer's worst nightmare. [ sneezing ] >> reporter: a disgruntled worker destroying your food on purpose. last summer ken and his wife
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julie got a nasty surprise. they suspected their waiter of spiding in their drink. it turns out, they were right. the angry diners contacted police. and the investigators went as far as testing the waiter's dna, which matched the contents found inside the cup. the couple now suing for psychological trauma. this is an extreme case of course. what would you do if you witnessed someone mishandling your food. on tonight's episode, we get the scoop and see how far we can push these customers. >> can i get a scoop the outrageous. >> oh shoot. >> reporter: it seems outrageous. >> five second rule. i think it's all right. >> reporter: that's because it is. >> you want to they will me how much you want? >> reporter: while some customers were more passive. this couple wasn't having any of it. >> excuse me i'm sorry.
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>> yeah. >> you just licked his ice cream. >> it was dripping down the side. >> yeah but you licked the ice cream. i'm sorry, can you get another one. >> you caught it right away. we were won'tering what people would say. >> i thought, this cant be happening. >> i i was stunned. >> we tackle all issues. race fosterror care abuse. even parental bullying. "what would you do? yts "is back. >> it airs tonight at 9:00, 8:00 central right here on abc. coming up more florence and the machine live just ahead. ♪ ♪ what
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♪ what kind of man ♪ back now with florence and the machine. the new album, "how big, how blue, how beautiful." inspired by the l.a. sky. here with florence going to brag a little bit about this album. already number one on itunes in 18 countries. predicted to be number one on the billboard chart by next week. [ cheers and applause ] tell us a little bit about this album and what it means to you. >> um -- i think because it's always quite hard to describe an
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album because when you're making it you're figuring out what it means to you as it's going along. it can mean anything to anyone. it's very personal to me. but it's kind of out there now. >> i was reading -- [ cheers and applause ] that your var good pal, taylor swift, encouraged you to write about your feelings and what you're living right now. >> she was good at giving me wise relationship advise, as you can can imagine. >> yes. in song probably. how is your foot? i heard you had a boo-boo at coachella? >> yes, i jumped off the stage and i broke my foot. but it's definitely on the mend now. i haven't quite tried jumping up and down on it. they've given me stairs today. so -- >> we won't have any -- you left out the part of the story that everybody was taking off their clothes and you anted to be in the crowd. you were really feeling it. that's why we love your music.
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>> thank you. [ cheers and applause ] so what do you think? are you ready to sing for us? i believe this song is -- what kind of man. ♪ ♪ i was on a heavy tip trying to cross a canyon with a broken limb ♪ ♪ you were on the other side like always wondering what to do with life ♪ ♪ and i had already had a sip so i'd reasoned i was drunk enough to deal with it ♪ ♪ you were on the other side like always you could never make your mind ♪
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♪ and with one kiss you inspired a fire devotion ♪ ♪ that lasted 20 years what kind of man loves like this ♪ ♪ ♪ whoa ♪ ♪ whoa ♪ ♪ to let me dangle at a cruel angle are my feet going to touch the floor now ♪ ♪ sometimes you're half in and then you're half out but never close the door ♪ ♪ what kind of man loves like this what kind of man ♪ ♪ what kind of man loves like
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this what kind of man ♪ ♪ you're a holy fool all colored blue red feet upon the floor ♪ ♪ you do so much damage how do you manage have you crawled back for more ♪ ♪ and with one kiss and with one kiss you inspired a fire of devotion that lasted 20 years 20 years what kind of man loves like this ♪ ♪ what kind of man loves like this what kind of man ♪ ♪ what kind of man loves like this what kind of man ♪ ♪ but can't beat you cause i'm
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still with you oh mercy i implore oh mercy how do you do it all ♪ ♪ i think i'm through it then i'm back against the sachl back against the snoets what kind of man loves like this what kind of man ♪ ♪ oh what kind of man loves like this what kind of man ♪ ♪ man, man, man, what kind of man loves like this what kind of man ♪ ♪ oh oh oh what kind of man loves like this what kind of man ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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[ cheers and applause ] florence and the machine are rocking our party in the park this morning. now it's time for their breakout hit off their first album, "dog days are over." [ cheers and applause ] ♪ happiness hit her like a train on a track ♪ ♪ coming towards her stuck still no turning back ♪ ♪ she hid around corners and she hid under beds ♪ ♪ she killed it with kisses
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and from it she fled ♪ ♪ with every bubble she sank with her drink ♪ ♪ and washed it away down the kitchen sink ♪ ♪ the dog days are over the dog days are done ♪ ♪ the horses are coming so, you better run ♪ ♪ run fast for your mother run fast for your father ♪ ♪ run for your children for your sisters and brothers ♪ ♪ leave all your loving your loving behind ♪ ♪ you can't carry it with you if you want to survive ♪ ♪ the dog days are over the dog days are done ♪ ♪ can you hear the horses? 'cause here they come ♪
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♪ and i never wanted anything from you ♪ ♪ except everything you had and what was left ♪ ♪ after that, too, oh run fast for your mother run fast for your father run for your children and for your sisters and brothers ♪ ♪ leave all your love and your longing behind cow can't carry it with you if you want to survive ♪ ♪ the dog days are over the dog days are done can you hear the horses cause here they come ♪ ♪ here they come ♪
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♪ here they come ♪ ♪ here they come ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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a big thank you to florence and the machine for an incredible friday in the park. >> what a show. we thank you. how about one more song? shake it out, everybody. have a great weekend. ♪ ♪ regrets collect like old friends ♪ ♪ here to relive your darkest moments ♪ ♪ i can see no way i can see no way ♪ ♪ and all of the ghouls come out to play ♪ ♪ and every demon wants his pound of flesh ♪
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melanie: good morning, we want to get a check on what the weather looks like. hope you have some better news in the forecast, jacqui:. jacqui: i do, but you have got to be patient. better for the weekend. cool this morning, light drizzle with mist and rain across the weekend, 67 degrees downtown, stormwatch doppler radar will
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show you this area that has intensified a bit towards annapolis and baltimore along interstate 95 up and down charles county. staying in the upper 50's to the lower 60's across the region, more like mid to late this afternoon with peaks of sunshine before sundown, allowing us to warm into the 70's. a nice week ahead. angela? angela: restrictions on the 9th street tunnel traveling westbound to the freeway, a crash on the freeway west out as you approach main avenue. d.c. 295, between pennsylvania avenue and the 11th the bridge metropolitan police say the three cars involved will be different white some time. fourteenth street the lane our way. back to you area search -- back to you. melanie: marco ray s sanchez
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disappeared near great falls on wednesday. they do believe that he drowned. a man accused of fatally shooting his ex-girlfriend and target is set to appear in court . montgomery county police say that donald ricker junior shot maryland shade [indiscernible] during a fight and is charged with first-degree murder. you
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