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this morning on "world news now" -- new video of tiger woods dui arrest, the dash-cam showing an inability to follow police commands, slurred speech despite tests showing no alcohol in his system. >> more on the big announcement expected today from president trump on whether the u.s. will remain part of the global pact to fight climate change. some companies are speaking out, asking the country to stay in the agreement. we will have more on this debate coming up. >> new this half-hour, passenger, charging the cockpit trying to break in. the man threatened the plane trying to break in. a new response from the airline. >> the amazing spiderman like we have never seen him before. just wait until you see what happens when andrew garfield takes the stage at a drag show.
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lets the music rip. screaming out "i am every woman." not sure that's what he screamed out. it is in "the skinny," thursday, june 1st. >> ladies and gentlemen, the one, the only, the voice. >> announcer: from abc news, this "world news now." he has quite a history. good character actor there. >> we see why. puts on a great performance. >> wait till you see transformation from spiderman into this artist that we are all familiar with. we will talk about somebody else familiar with. tiger woods and the dui arrest. it apparently shows him unable to follow simple instructions or keep his balance. >> in the individually hear him telling officers he doesn't remember being asleep in his mercedes as police approached. marci gonzalez has more. >> reporter: tiger woods struggling to keep his balance. >> still here for me. feet together.
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video from early memorial day morning near his home in jupiter. >> place your hand behind your back. >> arrest under suspicion of driving under the influence, shortly after 2:00 a.m. when a patrol officer spotted mercedes in the road, engines running, both front tires flat. >> there it is! a win for the ages! >> police say one of the world any most recognizable athletes was asleep at the wheel. and had to be woken up. the responding officer reporting the golfing legend's speech was slow and slurred and he did not know where he was. >> do you know where you are going? >> no. >> then that field sobriety test showing woods wobbling and stumbling. >> have you had anything to drink tonight? >> no.
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>> yes. >> breathalyzer test supporting the claim. woods blew triple 0s, no alcohol in his system. woods telling officers he takes several prescriptions and in a statement to abc news, woods is apologetic and says he blames an unexpected reaction to cusing them of creating the state's ile announcing the suit, ohio attorney general, mike dewine said the company's intentionally misled patients about the dangers of painkillers and claim they'd promoted the benefits of the drugs without scientific backing. the company is being sued, make oxycontin, perk set, and pain pillars. most declined to comment about the suit. >> appears roll back of the birth control mandate is in the works. a draft resolution would allow any employer to deny the free birth control for moral or religious issues. hundreds of thousand of women receive free contraception under aca. >> president trump will make a big announcement on paris
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climate accord. sources say likely to pull out of the landmark deal. under it the u.s. pledged to cut green house gas emissions by 30% by 2025. some top aides want the u.s. to withdraw saying it will hurt economy. others are lobbying to stay along with big companies lake apple, wal-mart, and exxon mobile. nearly every country has signed that agreement to fight global warming. experts say it could take years to formally withdraw from the deal. >> abc news learned former fbi director james comey will testify in an open congressional hearing. we could hear his first public comment since his firing since early next week. comey's testimony expected to center on private conversations with president trump that would include memos comey reportedly wrote about the discussions. >> overseas security is extra tight in the capital of afghanistan. following that suicide bomb massacre we first told you about yesterday morning. a massive truck bomb killed at least 90 people, wounded 400 others. the blast left that 15-foot crater, look at those images,
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coming out of kabul. there has been no claim of responsibility. 11 american contractors among those hurt, but we are told not seriously injured. >> malaysia airlines plane few minutes into a flight when forced to turn back after a passenger stormed the cockpit. threatening to detonate a bomb. abc's david kerley has the details. >> australian airport security, heavily armed, quickly carrying the hogtied passenger off the jetliner. a dramatic end to a short flight. just after takeoff from melbourne, malaysian airlines crew tells the captain a passenger trying to breach the cockpit door as the pilot recounted to controllers. >> that device, apparently some kind of power pack. a half-hour after taking off, the jet is back in melbourne, with security officers barking commands to passengers. >> everyone in their seats.
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put your heads down. >> police suggest the suspect has a history of mental illness. david kerley, abc new, washington. >> back in the country, delta air lines is testing new technology that could replace boarding passes. delta is testing a system that would allow travelers to use their fingerprints to check bags and board flights as well. for now, the fingerprint system is only available at washington reagan national airport. for certain delta sky mile members. >> southwest airlines is using two doors to deplane, some california airports. they're trying to hope to, hoping to speed up the process. the airline is testing that plan for the next two weeks. so far the airline says the idea is getting rave reviews. >> police officer in southern new jersey is getting attention for what he didn't do. >> officer tom sherman, pulled a woman over for a vehicle violation. e
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things happening in her life. so, officer sherman decided not to issue a ticket. >> last thing i want to do is give you a ticket. i've don't think you need. you are going to get it taken care of. >> can i give you a hug? >> sure, you can give a hug. >> what kind of soda are you going to get? >> a root beer. >> do you want one? >> no. >> i think from the commercial she was supposed to give him a pepsi. not a root beer. apparently, little compassion goes a long way. >> officer sherman did get assurances from the driver sunny would take care of her vehicle violations. >> that was nice. >> sweet moment. >> absolutely. l right, coming beer. born baby.iams outs her sister's the pronoun she dropped accidentally during a television interview. that revealed the sex. so is it a boy? is it a girl? we have the answer ahead in "the skinny." >> first, why lebron james is speaking out about family and race, and what's it like to be black in america? first, here is a look at today's forecast. ♪ ♪
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here is here is a classic don't try this at home stunt. these daredevils jumping, partially collapsed bridge, north of charlotte, north carolina, of course. they used dirt bikes and home made ramp to jump a gap, apparently no one got hurt. police are now looking for the men who could now face charges. >> former vice president joe biden launching a political action committee today. this could mean he is considering a run for the white house in 2020. the pac will allow him to remain active in the democratic party, raise money for candidates and maintain relationships with donors. biden is 74 years old. he has said in the past he probably won't run. but he hasn't ruled it out. to disturbing discovery at national museum of african
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visitors found a noose on the floor in a gallery and exhibit on segregation. condemned as an act of hatred and intolerance. this the second noose found at the smithsonian museum there on the mall in less than a week. the other one found friday at nearby hirschorn museum. >> a symbol spray painted on the home of one of america's biggest athletes. >> as he prepares for the nba finals tonight, lebron james took time to speak out about family, race, and how tough tip is to be black in america. here is abc's linsey davis. >> on the eve of game one of the nba finals, cleveland cavaliers star lebron james is speaking out about vandalism at his l.a. home. >> my family is safe. at the end of the day they're safe. that's most important. >> the front gate spray painted with the n word. >> racism will always be a part of the world, part of america. you know, hate, in america, especially for african-americans, is -- is living every day. >> the
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million brentwood estate since been covered up. >> no matter how many people admire you, being black in america is -- is tough. and we got a long way to go. you know, for us as a society, and for us as african-americans until we feel equal in america. >> lapd investigating the incident as an act of vandalism and possible hate crime. they also believe that the entire incident was captured on surveillance video. linsey davis, abc news, new york. so history will be made tonight when lebron and the cavaliers tip off against the warriors. they become the first two teams to ever meet in three straight nba finals. >> the cavaliers are the defending champs. dramatic come back to win the title in seven games last year will be pretty difficult to beat. >> steph curry and warriors are looking for some revenge. game one tonight in oakland. starts at 9:00 p.m. eastern right here on abc. we are kind of excited to see the guys once again.
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>> always a good game. that's the thing. >> yeah, like the rubber match. >> kept us on our toes last time. >> despite temperatures in the 60s. there was a heat wave in duluth, minnesota. >> helicopter carrying dorito's, heat wave flavored chips, dropped a pallet of doritos in one of the city's parks. now duluth was chosen it registered one of the coldest temperature thousands in the country on memorial day. just 59 degrees. >> then looked like district 13 of the hunger games. everybody just came out. >> there you go. >> dorito's to warm you up on a cold day. does it work that way, i don't know. >> don't know. >> huh. >> we could. where is our drop? >> cold here memorial day. >> when we come back the really big purchase the obamas just made. >> what we are now learning about serena william's baby. the "the skinny" is next.
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♪ skinny ♪ skinny so skinny time now for "the skinny," starting with the obamas. setting down new roots. >> yes, they are, same place they have been setting down roots. they have been renting this mansion in the exclusive neighborhood of washington, d.c. for an estimated $22,000 a month. and now, they have purchased it for $8.1 million. my description, victorian, tudor, colonial, georgian, style. >> pretty, brick, big. >> house with a roof. fixer upper. but, in other word, our expert on everything, descriptive, what is it? >> kendis and diane, a 1928 english tudor revival not confused with english tudor built of stone or half timbers with windows. this is brick with square paned windows. >> i
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>> i got the -- >> forgot to mention it has windows. there you go. >> we actually understand it has eight bed rooms. it has nine and a half bathrooms. beautiful hardwood floors. updated kitchen. also, lots of space upstairs. they have got their own ensuite. >> yes, for mrs. obama's mother. mrs. robertson, and as well as his/hers master bathrooms. >> i like that. key to a happy marriage right there. you stay in your bathroom. i will stay in mine. >> sure we are screwing up the description of that as well. >> sorry, matt. >> something deeper to his/her bathroom. next, to a big, oops, from venus williams. >> while venus was busy winning second round at a french open. a reporter asked her what her sister serena's baby will call her? >> when she responded, she is
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going to call me favorite aunt. she is going to call me. >> yeah, favorite aunt. >> key word in that sentence. she. that was new information. no one knew the gender of the baby. venus went on to say we are all like, baby v, baby lynn, baby cher. we all want the baby named after us. >> i could see that. >> not the first oops. serena revealed her public pregnancy announcement itself was also an accident. she confessed in snapchat, that revealed she was 20 weeks along was sent out by mistake. >> see, we just have to stop, the lesson here. tell us everything, serena. we want to know. >> serena and her fiance, reddit co-founder expecting their first child this fall. we know it is a girl. >> yeah. >> next, to that spiderman star. andrew garfield. like we have never seen him before. apparently multitalented.
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garfield is doing theater in london. and he recently dropped by the london stop of the drag review. work the world. that's work, with werk, and q. werq. and then this happened. >> the voice. ♪ ♪ i'm every woman ♪ ♪ it's all in me ♪ ♪ >> whoa! oh. >> wow. >> shut the front door. >> so if this whole, you know, academy award nominee, act thing doesn't work out. he has a future as a drag queen i think. by the way this segment of the drag snow was called wig in a box. >> ha-ha-ha. >> look at that. bravo. bravo. andrew garfield. man, he hago
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>> back flip and everything. awesome. >> sort of like michael jackson and then some. wouldn't you say. >> moves. >> well, finally hopefully do beyonce soon. mark your calendars. beyonce is coming back. we know the dates for next year's coachella. >> more importantly the dates that beyonce will perform. her pregnancy forced her to drop out of this year's coachella, replaced by lady gaga. already announced, as one of next year's headliners. >> yeah, so next year, coachella dates. weekend one, we now know, friday, april 13. little earlier this year than last year. this one. through sunday april 15th. weekend two, friday april 20th through sunday april 22nd. >> tickets go on sale tomorrow. because beyonce is headlining now they're expect to go fast. if you want them, going to have to do that thing where you hover over the mouse. try to click. >> doesn't matter. people are going to get the tickets any way. be thousand of dollars.
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at the beach in delaware. i remember, being pink like a lobster. >> report by mayo clinic says skin cancer on the rise. a 191% jump for women between 30 and 39 years old. and a 246% jump for women, 40-49. and that jump happened while there are more products than ever promising protection. like this moisturizer with spf 25 that libby alkali applies every morning. >> i want to protect my complexion. figure if there is something else i should be doing. >> according to derl toll gist whitney bow she says moisturizers with spf offer incidental coverage but not protection. and even when we do pull out the dedicated sunscreen. >> typical american uses about half of what they need. when it comes to sun protection. >> as a result, spf number matters. if you are using
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you are getting spf 30 and 40. rule of thumb. apply double what you think you need reach for the higher spfs. >> finally, application is vital when it comes to sun protection. after applying spf 50 we scanned her face again. results she its getting great coverage but missing key areas like her eyelids and lips that are very sensitive to sun damage. while you may think using a spray gets everything covered perfectly. >> catch with the spray is after you spray it, you have to rub it in with your hands. or else you don't get even protection on the skin. double your usual spf and double how much you use. typically shot glass full for your body. rub it in. becky worley, abc news, new york. >> becky knows how to get our attention. that would make sense. >> shot glass, we are listening. can't they make a booth you walk in. and turn. >> didn't they do that. >> talks care of it. >> that's what i want. >> what's your spf? >> 15. >> 30. >> if i use 30 like wearing a blanket. nothing happens. >> isn't that the idea. spf?
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making news in america this morning, president trump says he'll announce today if the u.s. will withdraw from the paris accord. nearly 200 countries have signed on to the landmark climate agreement. so will the u.s. break rank? we're live in washington. breaking overnight a massive explosion rocks an ethanol plant in america's heartland. new pictures in showing the leveled building. what we're learning about injuries. tiger woods, dazed and confused. police released dash cam video. see what he told officers and the damage to his car. plus, developing overnight, mr. met gets fired. the lovable mascot goes rogue after a major loss. see the video of that cost him his job.


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