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good morning, america. breaking overnight, deadly tornado. >> there's a tornado crossing the road right now. >> at least five people killed. dozens injured as twisters tear across texas. one at least a mile wide. >> i'm just devastated. >> dealership destroyed. cars tossed like toys. homes demolished. >> just took a direct hit. >> the towns picking up the pieces this morning. the same system bringing killer floods. the raging waters in the heartland. homes and cars underwater. two children swept away. this man just barely managing to escape. the states of emergency declared with more dangerous weather on the way right now. marking his milestone. president trump's campaign-style rally in pennsylvania, thanking his supporters.
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in washington. >> they are gathered together for the white house correspondents' dinner. without the president. >> comedians getting in their own jabs as thousands of trump critics protest his stance on climate change. and festival fail. we have got new details on that luxury weekend in paraties that turned into a disaster. the event's co-founder speaking out this morning. >> we took a big jump here and a big risk. and d-1 has failed. >> where he's putting the blame. and celebrity bella hadid is sharing her feelings on the fyre festival disaster. good sunday morning, everyone. thank you so much for joining us. overnight, we did see the split screen. on one side, the president marking his 100th day in office with a raucous rally in pennsylvania.
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the national media, dressed to the nines, partying at the annual white house correspondents' dinner, a soiree the president decided to skip this year. more on that coming up. we wart to start with this. a powerful and deadly storm barrelling through the central part of the country. three tornadoes confirmed. at least one of them through eastern texas. we have cell phone video here on a twister crossing the he outside eustace, texas. >> the storm also triggering torrential rains. deadly flash flooding in places like arkansas and missouri. at least two children swept away. the rivers are rising. threatening even more damage. >> and there's a real threat of more severe weather this morning. millions of americans in the danger zone right now. we have team coverage. we kick off with rob at the weather wall. rob, good morning to you. >> good morning, guys
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impact the last 4 hours across a large chunk of the country. flood watches and warnings. ongoing right now. the suburbs of little rock under a flash flood emergency in much of that state including louisiana and parts of . . mississippi right now are under a tornado watch. these are the storm reports yesterday. a lot of hail and straight-line wind. the rainfall did serious danger throughout the day. widespread reports of six to eight inches of rainfall really across five or six states here. this is saturated. there's more rain coming. the explosion of storms here in the last 36 hours. especially east of dallas, as these things come together. that's where we had tornadoes late in the day. a deadly impact across three counties. we have that threat moving toward the east today. we'll talk more about that in a few minutes. >> rob we'll check in with you in a little bit. thank you. we're covering the destruction of at least three twisters in texas. one of them landing in canton. that's where we find marci gonzalez.
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hi, marci. >> reporter: absolutely. astounding damage. you can see this suv that was tumbled. mud-caked and left upside down by those intense winds. so strong, it ripped the bark of the trees. this other vehicle was picked up and thrown into that tree right there. this is just a glimpse of the damage that was left behind. >> there's a tornado crossing the road right in front of us. >> reporter: overnight, at least five people killed as massive tornadoes tore through texas. >> oh, my gosh. there is stuff in the air. >> reporter: the national weather service confirming three violent twisters ripping through multiple counties east of dallas, destroying homes. >> this is ridiculous. that is from the pool. >> reporter: tree branches snaking through overturned cars. nearly 50 people left injured. >> today, we're in the process of search and recovery at this very moment. >> reporter: here, you see the
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tornado tearing along i-20, smashing up to 40 cars on the interstate. gutting this dodge car dealership. flipping over pickup trucks like toys. erin stevenson pulled off the road into the dodge parking lot just in time. >> all of a sudden, i just heard things thudding against the side of the car. and then it just went over us. i heard the ceiling fall down. the roof fall through. and then the noise of the train they always tell you about. it's actually true. >> reporter: and this woman driving out to see the damage. her son used to work here. >> i'm just devastated. what could have happened to all these people that took care of us and my son? could have been in there. >> reporter: the ferocious tornado causing extensive damage. knocking down trees and telephone poles. leaving nearly 40,000 customers without power. a terrifying moment, the twister hitting minutes before prom was set to begin in one school district. the dance canceled as sirens blared. the venue destroyed.
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the students, believed to be safe. it's easy to see why this entire county has been declared a disaster. authorities say they expect to find more victims when the sun comes up. dan, paula? >> looking at a tough day in east texas. marci, thank you. besides the tornadoes in texas, floodwaters are rising in the nation's heartland fueled by torrential rains. >> some escaping with just minutes to spare. while others, including two young children, are missing this morning. and phillip mena is in fort smith, arkansas, with more. good morning, phillip. >> reporter: paula, dan, good morning. the arkansas river is rising here this morning, after a long night of heavy downpours in this region. more than seven inches of rain falling in at least parts of five states, including this one. that's triggering dangerous flash flooding. overnight, flooding sweeping across the midwest.
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nearly 100 evacuations and nearly three dozen rescues reported in southern missouri. >> people were a little panicked. some refused to leave their homes. >> reporter: this man barely making it out before his vehicle is submerged. >> stay away from moving water. that's our biggest problem is people that don't believe it's a threat and they try to cross it. we end up having to go rescue them. >> reporter: in arkansas, the search for two missing children suspended. the 18-month-old girl and 4-year-old boy were trapped inside a truck that was swept away. their mother managing to escape. in oklahoma, a state of emergency, hail and heavy rain pounding the state. rushing waters trapping customers inside this restaurant. >> there's people in here. >> reporter: the search for those two missing children is expected to resume later today. the threat here, far from over. we're expecting more rain.
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rivers in other areas at major flood stage. dan? paula? >> that story about the kids is just wrenching. phillip, thank you. we'll cover the severe weather throughout the day here. we do move on to the big political story this morning. overnight, president trump marking his 100 days in office with that rousing campaign-style rally in the gatle ground state of pennsylvania, which helped put him over the top in november. trump skipping the annual white house correspondents' dinner where the president is normally the guest of honor. david wright is covering it from washington. david, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, dan, and paula, this was the first time since 1981, 36 years since the sitting president has blown off this dinner. and that was right after ronald reagan was shot. so he had a pretty good excuse. even so, he managed to make a phone call from camp david. make no mistake, this was a snub. it led to two feuding perspectives going head to head. one in washington, one in harrisburg, pa.
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states of america. >> reporter: while the president held a campaign rally in the rust belt -- >> a large group of hollywood actors and washington media are consoling each other in a hotel ballroom in our nation's capital right now. >> reporter: -- a bizarre split-screen moment. >> welcome to the series finale of the white house correspondents' dinner. >> reporter: normally, he would be the guest of honor at that dinner. >> they are gathered together for the white house correspondents' dinner without the president. >> reporter: but trump staged his rally 100 miles away. snubbing the reporters who normally cover him. >> and i know journalists, you guys are definitely trying to do good work. i just think that a lot of people don't trust you right now. >> reporter: the reporters' trump card, woodward & bernstein.
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journalists whose reporting brought down a president. >> mr. president, the media is not fake news. >> follow the money, but follow also the lies. >> reporter: each side has its constituency. tens of thousands of trump critics took part in the people's climate march. >> i'm here because it's our future at stake. we're the generation who has a chance to do something about climate change. >> reporter: president has plenty of people who believe in him. >> united we stand. divided we fall. if america cannot come together and join in unity, we're never going to be making america great again. >> he's just getting started. you gotta give the man a chance. >> reporter: now these two feuding events showed the stark divide between the president and the press corps he loves to rail against. it's a divide that hasn't been this deep in years. there's room for improvement on both sides. as the comedian last night pointed out, a very smart observation. he said we live in a strange time, where trust seems to be more important than the truth.
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>> that's so true. and you're right. there is room for improvement on both sides. the president said we could end up having a major, major conflict against north korea. just last night, he commented again. any clarity on military action? what exactly did he say? >> reporter: well, our own abc reporter caught up with the president at the event outside of harrisburg and asked him his response after the missile test. he said ominously, you'll soon find out. dan? paula? >> thank you, david. for more on all of this, let's bring in our chief white house correspondent, jon karl, who will be hosting "this week" later this morning. jon, good morning. what do you make of the comment on north korea overnight? how close are we really to some sort of military confrontation here? >> clearly, this is a heightened level of tension with north korea. it's not new that we have the rhetoric we have heard. president trump has said he does not rule out military action.
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that's exactly what president obama said. so this is not an entirely new situation. but there is no question, you talk to national security officials that the white house -- at the white house, that their level of concern about north korea, primarily because of the progress that they have made with their nuclear and missile programs, that the level of concern is certainly higher than it has been in a very long time. >> three missile tests this month alone, jon. let's talk about the split screen overnight. the president at that rally in pennsylvania, while bashing the national media. they were at an elite party in washington. do you think this was a good night for the president? >> well, you know, i don't know that it's a night that really matters all that much in the scheme of things in the first 100 days for the president. i think there was a little buyer's remorse. the president told reuters, and jeff mason, who will be on the "roundtable." he's the president of the white house correspondents' association. he told him on thursday he'll come to the dinner next year. i think there was a little bit
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of a -- regret in the white house about not showing up. i don't think it will hurt him or necessarily help him all that much. by the way, paula, you were not here. it would have been perhaps a little bit different. i didn't see hollywood celebrities at the dinner last night. >> you're a celebrity yourself, j.k. don't sell yourself short. >> yeah, look in the mirror, jon rning.ther headline this ing not to bring the room down here. one other headline. president trump has invited the president of the philippines. a man named rodrigo duterte. to the white house. he once called president obama, i'm quoting here, a son of a whore. this is after warm words from president trump. for authoritarian leaders in other places. if you take this all together, what do you think the strategy is here? >> well, certainly what the strategy isn't is promoting human rights and democracy around the world.
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the foreign policy that was set in place for republicans beginning with ronald reagan and the effort to roll back communism, george w. bush and the effort to promote democracy around the world. that branch of republican foreign policy thinking is nowhere to be found in the trump -- and if there is a trump doctrine. this is about promoting america's interests. and the human rights records of those we're dealing with, in the president's mind, is not only not the first priority. it is not the second priority. not the third priority. it really isn't a priority at all. >> let's talk about priorities. 100 days in, as we pointed out yesterday. he's 6.8% into his presidency. what do you expect to be the big priority the next 100 days? >> well, i think that the big domestic priority is actually going to be on taxes. now, the president unveiled his tax plan. as you both
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it was one single page of principles. this is something that they are determined to get something done, some form of a tax cut, some form of tax reform. it will probably be a lot less ambitious than the one-page principles suggested. this will be the priority for the next year. he's got to keep the government running. and he's got to find a way to go and get his health care plan through. i think the odds are very long on that getting done successfully. but they'll certainly make a big push to do it. >> jon, we love having you on. will you come back? >> of course. love being here with you guys. >> i know you have your big events, your hollywood events, the white house correspondents' dinner. >> will you come next year, please? >> i will. only if we can sit at a table with you, jon. >> absolutely. >> thank you, jon. we're going to let you go. we know you have a big show this morning. jon is going one on one with reince priebus and democratic leader nancy pelosi on what is next after the president's first 100
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plus, ann coulter and robert reich will discuss the free speech fire storm. at berkeley university. all coming up on "this week" with jon karl, right here on abc. a lot of weather news this morning, as we have established. let's get back to rob to look at the national forecast on this last day of april. >> good morning, again, guys. it's hard to believe this is one large system. it's morphed in the last 36 hours into nothing less than a monster. wide-reaching. getting up into canada. the gulf of mexico. the strong line of thunderstorms moving across louisiana. the tornado watch. we have all these flood warnings because of all the rainfall. the white you saw was snow. we have blizzard warnings across parts of the high plains there. more on that in a second. the main impact here is the flooding we saw yesterday. we'll see more today because that ground obviously saturated. the rivers will continue to rise. not just today. the larger ones will rise all the way through this week. severe weather, the south, a bit of a breakup. and then, later on in the day,
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beaming in there. it will create another round of thunderstorms. so i think two throughout the day today. this is a huge risk for severe weather. strong winds. large hail. maybe a tornado or two. as we saw yesterday, all you need are one or two tornadoes to devastating effect. and tomorrow, thankfully, the risk shrinks a >> tomorrow, may 1st, may day. is that what we call it? >> may day. may day. >> we c
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talking about snow. >> is there a may pole that you dance around to celebrate may? ribbon history for you this morning. >> at some point, that will fall on a weekend. we'll have it on "gma." >> i know what i'm doing tomorrow. >> um, there's -- ron. >> i would love to see that. >> how about history. current events. there's a developing urgent situation in maryland. >> that's right. we begin there where police are changing tactics in the search for an escaped prisoner. attempted police killer david watson has been on the loose since slipping away from police friday morning while being driven to a mental facility. after a massive manhunt on foot, and in the air. police are now suspending the ground search saying they have no evidence that the 28-year-old fugitive is still in the area where he escaped. in boston, our affiliate there reporting an autopsy on former new england patriots' star aaron hernandez shows there was no trace of any illegal drugs in his system at the time of his death. a state medical examiner ruled his
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his body was found in his prison cell almost two weeks ago. he was serving a life sentence for conviction for murder. in los angeles, police are searching for two suspects they say car-jacked a woman, stealing her suv saturday afternoon and then going on a shooting spree through three communities in l.a. county, killing one person and wounding at least three others. the suspects are believed to be a man and a woman. also in los angeles, candlelight vigils marking the 25th anniversary of the riots that rocked the city in 1992. the violence if in response to the acquittal of four lapd officers in the beating of rodney king included the brutal attack of a white truck driver. 54 people were killed. more than 1,000 buildings destroyed or damaged. in connecticut, two former headmasters of a prestigious boarding school are under investigation. for sexual misconduct by teachers. they have resigned their posts as life trustees at that school. they work at choate rosemary hall. from the
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that's when investigators say most of that abuse took place. the school lists john f. kennedy, michael douglas, and ivanka trump among alumni. in ohio, the moore family got a surprise. dinner guest friday night. guess who is coming to dinner? mark zuckerberg. >> what? >> popping in to meet the family in newton falls. as part of his new year's resolution to meet people in all 50 states this year. the dinner seemed to go well. he complimented the cook later on facebook. what could he say, though. finally, a well-known new england -- sorry, new england -- new orleans saints superfan is celebrating a major victory. a friend here at "gma." a long-awaited liver transplant. jarrius robertson, 15 years of age, became the nfl team's hype man last year on "gma." he practiced and went to games with the team. yesterday, he tweeted a picture of himself giving a thumbs up with his motto, it takes lives s
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bed. our own robin roberts tweeting her support. answer to a prayer that you found a donor. incredibly thankful to the donor and proud of your courage, spirit, and strength. good on him. >> pretty amazing. >> pretty amazing. >> sweet young man. >> such a sweet young man. and from robin roberts, another new orleans superfan. from one superfan to another. thank you, ron. >> you're welcome. coming up on "gma," we have more on fyre festival fail. what supermodel bella hadid is now saying to her fans after promoting that music festival that was a total bust. plus, new episodes of "orange is the new black." reportedly leaked online. the hacking group taking responsibility for the release. and the threat they're making to some major tv networks. and dan's favorite artist. britney spears. the big britney spears tribute at the music award
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welcome back to "gma" on this sunday morning. happening right now, severe weather. deadly tornadoes kill at least five people and injure dozens more as twisters tear across texas. and raging waters are in the heartland. homes and cars underwater. children swept away as the states of emergency are declared with more dangerous weather on the way. >> big story of the morning. also happening right now. strike watch. the writer's guild union and major studios sitting at the bargaining table trying to come up with an agreement before monday night. that's the deadline that could put writers for soap operas, prime time, and late night shows on the picket lines. and stop those productions. and spacex scrubbing the launch of a satellite this morning because of technical issues. this was supposed to be the first time spacex delivered a satellite for the u.s. military.
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tomorrow. >> how cool would it be to broadcast from space. one day we'll be doing that. right? good morning, world. >> good morning, galaxy. >> you like the sound of that. the "star wars" geek in you. >> and my desire for universe domination. >> all right, everybody. >> deep thoughts with dan harris. we begin with the new details that we're learning this morning about that epic fyre music festival fail. it was billed as a luxury, star-studded event. but it turned out to be a disaster. >> now one of the organizers is telling his side of the story. and the supermodel who promoted the the festival is sending a message to her fans. adrienne is covering it all. what happened? >> it's become one of the most talked about dramas on social media. fyre festival trending along with the hashtag, fyre fraud. they're admitting to what caused the music festival fail. it was over before it really began.
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lockdown. vip guests stranded after paying thousands of dollars for an island getaway turned disaster. now home. without enjoying the glamour promoters of the doomed fyre festival promised. >> the actual experience exceeds all expectations. >> it was about $4,000. what we actually got was probably worth closer to zero dollars. >> reporter: the man who co-founded the event with rapper ja rule explained himself. >> we took a big jump here. v-1 has failed. >> reporter: he said they literally built a city on the private island in the bahamas. he blames bad weather for the chaos. >> a big storm came through. busted our water system. affected half of the housing tents. >> reporter: but weeks before mcfarland claims that storm came through, there were signs this fateful trip was already falling apart. the caterer canceling. headliner blink 182 pulling out. d
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accommodations looked like a camp site for emergencies. >> no electricity. no bathrooms. no running water. nothing. >> reporter: vendors blind-sided. >> i don't know if i'm getting paid. i haven't gotten a deposit from them. i haven't gotten any word. >> reporter: organizers issuing this statement. we're highly appreciative of the bahamas ministry of tourism for their continued support. and we recognize and apologize for our shortcomings in this situation. the fyre festival takes full responsibility. a number of celebrities who promoted fyre fest getting heat. including supermodel bella hadid. featured in a video for this event. posting, even though this was not my project whatsoever, i feel so sorry and badly because this is something i couldn't stand by. >> this experience is not acceptable. to deliver to customers. we absolutely need the make that right. >> reporter: we're told everybody is getting full refunds. there's been a lot of insults, calling out attendees as the
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people trolling the attendees online. saying we feel so sorry for you that your birkin bag was stolen. no matter what their income tax bracket, they did not get what they paid for. >> it's getting nasty on every level. >> it really is a drama playing out. they say they're going to have this event next year and are promising those who attended this year are going to get vip passes. >> who would go? >> i know where i'll be next may. after the may pole, fyre festival. let's get it to rob, what's cooking? >> may pole tomorrow, for sure. and with may comes snow, right? the white stuff on the backside of this system is snow. check it out. colorado springs, or near colorado springs yesterday, with snow blowing sideways. accumulating well over six inches in many spots. heavy, wet snow. many parts of colorado, including pueblo, the trees coming down. we have thousands without power in this state because of heavy wet snow taking down the trees. and there's boise city, oklahoma. that state seeing snow and severe weather. the winter storm warnings and blizzard warnings through
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parts of western kansas, eastern nebraska -- western nebraska and eastern colorado. most of the snow toward the upper plains. should not stick that much. it's warm. getting into may. we'll warm up after cooling down across the northeast today. that's a quick >> this weather report is brought to you by roomba. well, as mentioned, it's a little cooler today. a beautiful morning for a new york city run. so let's go out to central park where two of our "gma" faves are getting ready for the big "shape" magazine marathon. amy robach, sara haines. are you trained and ready to go? >> we are. we're ready to go, right,
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>> i thought rob was going to be here. >> yeah, rob, you ditched us. we're fine. we woke up nervous. >> still nervous. >> we have the prerace jitters. we're ready to go. and we're very excited to be a part of this race. 13.1 miles here in central park. it's about women supporting other women. that's why i called sara to split the race with me. >> amy heard it was going to be a long one and she was like, can we parcel this out to friends? >> so that was a big help. still nervous. we're going to do 6.55. i may try to run a little bit further. >> amy called me the other day and said, i might go ahead and run all 13. i was like, okay. >> you do that. i'm not going to. i think i'm going to try to run, like, eight or nine. we'll see. maybe i'll just run 6.5. >> you're showing off. i'm barely going to make it. >> i'm excited to be here with sara. wish you guys were here. it really is a beautiful morning. this is -- it's exciting here. >> we're excited. maybe we'll see the end of this to report back.
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>> sara, i think you should also run the full 13.1 and you guys combined can say you did the whole marathon. like a full marathon. >> that's true. >> sara, one word. pancakes. just think pancakes at the end of it. pancakes. >> no, we're going to the boathouse at the end of this. >> food motivation is good. >> you're doing a great thing. you're doing a great thing. >> this is going to be a celebration. >> you're doing great thing. go get 'em! >> amy earned a valuable lesson. don't try to outperform sara haines. coming up on "gma," stolen episodes. the hacker who claims to have released "orange is the new black" episodes way before the hit's season five premier. what the fbi is now saying. ying. just press "clean" and let roomba help with your everyday messes. a full suite of sensors automatically guides roomba throughout your home. cleaning under furniture, along edges, and in corners. and roomba's patented 3-stage cleaning system agitates,
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it's a netflix nightmare. hackers swooping in to steal the thunder. >> they're claiming they released episodes from the new season of "orange is the new black" before the premier date. mara schiavocampo joins us with more in the studio. mara, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. that hacking group says they stole the episodes from a post production company and tried to hold them for a ransom payment before releasing them on an illegal file-sharing site.
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>> it's all right. we all good. >> reporter: netflix under attack. >> you'll get some -- in here, they'll come gunning for you, girly. trust me. >> reporter: ten stolen episodes of the megahit show, "orange is the new black" reportedly leaked online. a month before their scheduled premier. >> it's chaos. >> reporter: a hacking group called the dark overlord claiming responsibility for the uploaded episodes in a series of online press releases, demanding ransom from netflix and threatening to dump the stolen season if netflix didn't pay. saturday morning, the dark overlord's twitter page posting a link to an illegal file-sharing site where it says the leaked episodes can be downloaded. in a statement to variety, netflix saying it's aware of the situation. and acknowledging a production vendor used by several major tv studios has their security compromised. the hackers claim they were able to steal material belonging to
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several other networks, including abc television, which is not able to confirm the breach at this time. >> we live in a economy where the studios don't do everything. there's other people that they work with that may not be as secure as them. >> reporter: the latest hacking an unwelcome reminder of the infamous one that preceded it at sony in 2014. where sensitive e-mails concerning high-profile stars were released and big-budget movies, including "annie" and "fury" made their way online ahead of schedule. there's no word yet on whether netflix is going to move up the show's release date because of the breach. the same hacking group says they have shows from other networks. they're threatening to illegally release those, too. the fbi says they're aware of the hacking but have no other comments at the this time. this highlights a big problem with cybersecurity. even if the networks are secure, sometimes they use outside vendors. >> a weird precedent. we're on the
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♪ well, we were having a vigorous conversation about snoring around the table. we're going to interrupt that and do "pop news." >> and wake up. i know you all know this song. the group, the chainsmokers pulled off a stunt. wait until you hear their catchy little ditty. they crashed a
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at a hotel outside chicago. across the street from the allstate arena where the group played later in the night. students contacted the group. the school's principal kept it a secret. it's that song "closer." i can't even -- >> keep going. >> i can't sing it. i don't even know the words. >> was that oops, i did it again? >> almost. >> i played with your heart? >> speaking of hits. one of the biggest shows of the '90s ready to make a comeback. deadline reporting "roseanne" headed back to tv. after running for nine seasons right here on abc. roseanne barr, john goodman. sara gilbert. laurie metcalf, they're all expected to appear in the eight-episode reboot. tweeting overnight, of course i want to do a reboot of roseanne. new political reality in our country will make for some great jokes. thunderstorm is may.
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tomorrow is may. >> may day. and the maypole. >> you think of salad, i'm sure. >> not really. >> it's national salad month, y'all. >> of course. lad.ust setting us up, just getting us options. dan, you have -- >> finally food on the set that i would eat. >> yours looks good. >> the tokyo supergreen. kale. paula, you're trying to eat healthy, too. your greek-inspired kebab crunch. >> no bacon? >> we're having pita chips, paula. crunch and texture. that's the hip trend for salads. and then, rob has the thai chicken crunch. and ron has the spring classic crunch. i have the wasabi caesar. >> wasabi. >> if you like spice, you can put wasabi peas on your salad. >> can i trade with dan? just the chicken. >> pass those down here, please. >> let me like -- >> nice. this is great. >> paula took my salad. >> you do have the prettiest one, i think. >> this really annoys my husband, too. >> it's all about the crunch. to make you want to eat more of your greens. >> big thanks to the guys from just salad. thank you, guy
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a healthy note. what are you cooking for dinner? because we're coming over. >> we're grilling. burgers and chicken and lots of fat. >> have a great day, everybody. >> good morning sunday morning. we are feeling a little cooler today. the temperatures in the 70s. meanwhile, 20 degree spled in temperatures to the south. we have a boundary setting up, to the north cooler and to
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this afternoon. most cloudy skies waking up and headed out the door. maybe sunshine mixing in 3:00 to 6:00 in the metro highs in the low 80s isolated thunderstorms to the west. that includes you even toward winchester. it is spotty like. and it is a slim chance and out of the metro. through the day tomorrow meowsly cloudy and dry. it is after dinner time the showers and thunderstorms moving through and notice the highs still above average in the low 80s. coming with a chance of rain on monday night are the gusty winds in the mid 20s to upper 20s. quite a breezy day coming up to kick off the workweek. make sure o
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on hand monday night and tuesday. seasonal mid half of the week. then by thursday and friday looks like the next chance of wet weather and the temperatures staying in the mid 60s. next weekend spotty shower on saturday. and then by sunday looks like sunshine with the highs in the mid 60s. enjoy the end of your weekend.
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starting right now on "this week" with george stephanopoulos. >> is there any place like a trump rally? >> president trump playing to his base. >> i could not possibly be more thrilled than to be more than 100 miles away from washington's swamp. >> as cheers -- and pro tests mark his 100th day in office. but after a failed health care bill, stalled travel ban, and border wall delay, can he deliver on his corner stone promises? >> in just 100 days, president trump has turned america around. and he's just getting started. >> tough questions ahead for white house chief of staff reince priebus. and -- will democrats try to block trump's agenda or seek compromise?


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