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your case, we'll take a hard look at everything involved, and then we'll retry it. >> bill cosby walked out of court a free man, his sex assault trial in montgomery county ended in a mistrial, as you heard a retrial is in the works. >> seven u.s. sailors are found dead following the collision at sea. overnight a navy commander spoke about the tragedy. >> it is 7:00 a.m. sunday morning, we'll have those stories coming up, but first the father's day forecast via sky6 live hd, now outside to chris sowers. >> reporter: good morning, guys, it's clammy out here. the humidity levels continue to increase.
it's tropical air, it kind of reminds you of miami or land doe. 73 in malvern. 74 in media. center city, 76. pitman glassboro, 75. tuckahoe, 75. dover, 76. satellite and radar like yesterday waking up to a lot of cloud cover this morning, although as i look over my shoulder i see patches of blue, it's not a completely cloudy skies, but clouds are winning the battle at this point. later this afternoon we'll see a mix of sun and clouds. that will allow the temperatures to climb up in the 80s, close to 90 decrease. day planner looks like, starting out with clouds, sun in the afternoon, the humidity continues to be extremely high. the forecasted high of 90 will feel like 95 or 96. 1:00 p.m., 86. 5:00 p.m., 89 degrees. storm tracker 6 live we set it in motion, this is what we're watching for tomorrow, powerful line of thunderstorms may
develop with an approaching cold front, these storms could produce damaging winds and hail and torrential downpours. we have a flood watch in effect for the i-95 corridor where rainfall totals could range between 2 and 4 inches with this line of storms. today is quiet a mixture of sun and clouds, tomorrow could be very, very active. i'll be back with all the details and tell you what you can expect in the seven-day forecast. nydia? >> thank you. developing overnight polie trying to solve a murder outside a center city nightclub. a shooting erupted feet from the federal detention center and up the treat from the fbi. it started with a disturbance among a group of people outside the reserve lounge on the 700 block of arch street. a man was shot to death in the exchange of gunfire. police say three weapons were used in the shootout. they are questioning witness, but so far no arrests. now to the mistrial of bill
cosby sexual assault case, the jurors who could not reach a unanimous verdict have arrived back in the pittsburgh area. shielded from reporters they have been asked not to talk because a retrial is being planned. the mistrial is cloaked in mystery, both sides have commented according to the accuser, andrea constan who could be the heart of a mistrial. round one left her upset. >> reporter: legendary comedian bill cosby walked out of court raising a triumphant hand for now a free man, his team declaring victory however temporary. >> we ciem looking for a -- we came here looking for an acquittal. >> reporter: after 52 hours of deliberations the jury declared itself hopelessly deadlock. that prompted the judge to
declare a mistrial. >> what was mr. cosby's reaction? >> 52 hours having 12 perfect strangers deliberating on your fate has to be a strain the likes of which i can't imagine. >> reporter: cosby rep read a scathing statement from cosby's wife. >> how do i describe the judge? overtly arrogant and collaborating with the district attorney. how do i describe the counsel for the accusers, totally unethical. from the district attorney. >> i'm not going to talk about camille cosby and whatever. >> reporter: excoriated by the defense, kevin steele vowed to put him on trial again. >> we'll evaluate and review our case and take a hard look at everything involved and then we will retry it. >> reporter: accuser, andrea constan showed no signs of goiment -- disappointment, she
is ready to give it another try. >> she is a very spiritual woman and she believes things happen for a purpose, i think the purpose is like in steele said, it should encourage others to come forward. >> reporter: we are confident that these proceedings have given a voice to many who felt powerless and silenced. they say high profile cases are expensive, but to the critics who question the more time and resources to try this case again, kevin steele said simply. >> you can't put a price tag on justice. >> reporter: the judge said he hopes the next trial will takes place in 120 days, the question will where the next jury will come from, because it seems everybody has heard about the cosby trial by now. at the montgomery county courthouse, dann cuellar channel 6 "action news." >> 7:05 a.m., across the country there's no shortage of people with opinions about the
outcome of the cosby sex assault trial. we talked to several people who seemed split about the trial and impending retrial. >> i think there's too many witnesses who came for the for it not to be retried again. >> for mr. cosby being as old as he is, i guess they didn't have enough evidence to come up with a verdict before. >> he admitted you know that he used to drug these women and do whatever he wanted to them, you can't deny that, you admit it, you did that. >> coming up in the next half-hour, you will hear what the former district attorney in montgomery had to say about the charges in the cosby case. you will seal the reaction as cosby arrived back home after the verdict. also cosby perhaps for a possible retrial and criminal court he is fighting civil lawsuits filed by ten women. most are defamation suits pending in massachusetts anders
filed in california. -- and others are filed in california. cosby denied any wrong doing in the civil cases. >> seven sailors are dead following their collision of the u.s.s. fitzgerald. the commanders of the 7th fleet talked about the damage. >> reporter: late saturday night divers recovered the bodies of all seven missing sailors trapped in the wreckage of the u.s.s. fitzgerald. >> it's hard to imagine what this crew had to endure and the challenges they had to overcome. i'm proud of them. >> reporter: now the navy has to figure out how the fitzgerald and the cargo ship collided. the cargo ship made a giant uturn before colliding with the fitzgerald. the fitzgerald severely damage, the mid section gutted.
>> the damage was significant, this was not a small collision, it was right in the middle, a big puncture, a big gash underneath the water line. >> reporter: the destroyer likely out of service for a long time. >> fitzgerald is one of the most sophisticated ships in the u.s. navy. it has a special set of radar and special set of missiles, the navy will want to backfill this quickly. >> president trump tweeted thoughts and prayers to the u.s.s. fitzgerald and their families, thank you to our japanese allies for their assistance. father's day is a day that we carry on our late colleague and friend, gary pappa's mission, he died of prostate cancer in 2009. the annual 5k and 10k at the art
museum. gary started that walk to raise money and awareness for prostate cancer. the disease claimed many men, some of them dads, of course. the action cam at the scene as the folks are gathering the 10k that starts at 7:30 a.m. we want a special shoutout to one of our studio technicians, rich elverson, he is running in the race, his dad passed away from prostate cancer. his team is are we -- rip. sixers fans are buzzing about this one, a trade with the rival boston celtics give the sixers a top pick in the draft. the move gives the sixers a chance to draft markell fultz. the sixers have not addressed
the report and what's being swapped. >> i let god take care of it, i wake up every morning and get ready to go to the gym. i don't pay attention to what's going on. jeff skeverski has more on markell fultz in 15 minutes. >> dream come true, the crowning of misnew jersey she is the big -- of miss new jersey, she is the big winner in her own hometown. karen rogers talks to her. >> reporter: there's a fire not under control out west. >> reporter: it's soupy today and tomorrow a flood watch goes into effect, very, very stormy, the details coming up right after this.
dozens of tall ships in full sail have swept into its harbor. thousands ignored the clouds and occasional rain to cheer the 56 ships from 14 countries. it's part of the ron -- rendezvous 27 ship regatta. boston is the only u.s. important in the race. these are really neat to see. >> yeah they are. 71:00 a.m., happy father's day to all you dads out there. meteorologist chris sowers if you don't have good news for the dads, we're going to come after you. >> i have good news, it's going to be hot, but overall it's good news. it's tomorrow when everything gets stormy. >> there you go. >> reporter: here's the view live on sky6 live hd down in cape may. this is a nice beach day, you'll get sunshine mixed with clouds. the only down here is similar to what we're seeing inland. it will be extremely humid on the sand and high risk for rip
currents. if you're going into the water be careful and pay attention to the lifeguards on duty. 76 degrees that's the popular number for i-95 corridor. millville the same. allentown, 76. trenton, 74 and cape may, 71. there's a little bit of a breeze this morning, it's trying to help things out, all it's doing is stirring up the muggy air. 12 miles per hour out of the south. ten in dover, 8 miles per hour satellite and radar we have low-level clouds in place right now. hard to pick up here, the clouds are out there. we're expecting brakes, we're seeing clearing in central pennsylvania and virginias. what will happen today, clouds break for sunshine later on, cloud deck you saw to the west that will march in overnight tonight that will eventually lead to that line of thunderstorms as we move into monday. here's future tracker 6 late morning starting to see the sun peek through, that will be the trend throughout the afternoon
hours, note by 4:00 it's still dry. there could be one or two stray showers out there, maybe a brief, quick-hitting storm, only 20% chance, for this part of the viewing area north of the pennsylvania turnpike. you could see that around 6:00 p.m., 7:00 p.m. this evening. otherwise it's a mainly dry day. overnight tonight, dry and muggy, partly cloudy, tomorrow morning, waking up to clouds and patchy fog. by afternoon we'll see peeks of sun. that sun is something you don't want to see at tomorrow, the moe sun we see the more unstable the atmosphere becomes as this bears down on the viewing area. this model is suggesting an explosion? showers and thunderstorms as that line crosses through. you can see the brighter colors hear. that would indicate gusty winds and heavy rains and clouds to ground lightning strikes. what to expect here, today is a quiet day, as we move into
tomorrow, more specifically between 3:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. in the afternoon. a line of severe thunderstorms, heavy drenching downpours, some of the forecast guidance suggests anywhere from 2 to 4 inches of raiwi winds up to 635 miles per hour at times, maybe one or two isolated tornadoes. flood watch in effect for the heavy rains for the i-95 corridor from wilmington to trenton and new york city, the storm prediction center has this area right here under the gun, an enhanced risk from washington, d.c. all the way up to the pa pa -- from western portions of south jersey into the far western suburbs. i-95 correspond that's -- corridor, that's where you have chance of seeing high winds and large hail. today, 20% chance of shower.
89 will feel like 96. clouds and sun, 1:00 p.m., 86. 3:00 p.m., 88. 5:00 p.m., 89. jersey shore, clouds and sunshine, humid and breezy, 79 degrees is the forecasted high. there's a high risk for rip currents. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, one day of 90s that's today. humid stray showers later on. monday, strong afternoon thunderstorms, some of them will be severe, 87 feeling like the low 90s. tuesday everything gets back to normal, temperatures will they should be and the return of sunshine. quiet today and active tomorrow, quiet tuesday. >> 7:17 a.m., 200 firefighters are battling a brushfire in southern california that has scorched 1,000 acres so far. the fire started in a picnic area where campers were allowed to barbecue. it spread to the angeles national forest in los angeles
>> welcome back everybody, entertainment news for you, beyounce and jay-z welcomed twins in the world. she gave birth around june 15. the president barack obama hinted at the aiivel of two girls -- at the arrival of two girls. jay-z was supposed to be honored at an event, he did not show. congratulations to the couple. >> miss new jersey was crowned in ocean city last night. >> kaitlin schofel from egg
harbor township will represent new as in the miss america passaged in atlantic city. "action news" karen rogers beautiful as ever was an at the eventful weekend and talked with her moments after the pageant ended. >> it's been a life long dream cannot describe how i'm feeling right now. the support from everybody and i have no words! >> karen was a first runner-up herself in the miss new jersey pageant this is video of karen watching the talent portion of the contest from behind the stage. this year's first runner-up performed the same piece on the piano karen did when was was a
hours after meeting with markell fultz last night to make sure he is worth it. , joel embiid on hand for the workout. fultz averaged 23 points per game. how about this, when he arrived last night on short notice from his home in maryland, he was wearing his own personal sixers hat showing love for philadelphia, yes, he wants to play here. >> it would be crazy, like i said i'm close to home, so a lot of friends came out and show love. this city has great fans. when i was in college, he gave me tips and pointers, he is pretty funny, when i seen him he was pretty cool and i'm happy that the players want me to come here. i want to get a cheese steak, i'll big on that.
>> jared eikoff is the first phillies starting to winless not even a solid ought in arizona could get the kid a w. phillies game delayed because of the rain. let's go guys, highlights are few and far between for the phillies. here's are a highlight right here, on a sack fly, guns down the runner. keeping it a one-run game. he is not superman, two-run double. phils give up 4 runs in the 7th inning alone. bottom 7, bases loaded. caught, phillies left 13 runners on base, phils have dropped ten of their last 11 games, unreal! u.s. open began in 1895.
they need playing the major for 117 years, yet something happened that has never happened before in the long history. pga major. justin thomas in the pink pants scores the lowest sub par round ever and he does it with some snrair. how about this shot -- flare. how about this shot, get in the hole. he shoots the best round ever. brian harmon is in control heading into the final round in erin hills, wisconsin. that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski have a father's day. >> philadelphia soul once again has kept their perfect record in tap. they hosted the tampa bay storm. mike benson ran for 22 yards to score a touchdown. the soul blows away the storm 62-41.
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that is good news for our dads. outside we go to meteorologist chris sowers and the accuweather forecast. hi chris. >> reporter: good morning to you guys, it's sticky out here, kind of clammy, feels like miami or land doe or tampa -- orlando or something like that. 76 in allentown. philadelphia, wilmington and dover. millville, 76 degrees. trenton, 74. atlantic city at the airport, 74. cape may, 17. reading checking in at 75. take a look at these numbers, dewpoints are higher than they were yesterday at this time. i thought it felt bad yesterday. 65 is considered humid, 70 is oppressive. a lot of numbers over 70. millville, 75. dover is 76. that's the highest dewpoint i've found over the entire eastern sea breeze. cape may, 70. atlantic city at the airport,
dewpoint, 6. satellite and radar we have mixed skies this morning and mixed skies this afternoon, sun and clouds, maybe a stray shower or one or two locations, although i do think most of us stay dry. here's the day planner for the city of philadelphia, temperatures up a notch. most locations topped out at 79 or 80. today 89 or 90. 5:00 p.m., look for a combination of sun and clouds, 89 and with the humidity it will feel like 95 or 96. jersey shore, cooler thanks to be an easterly wind. 79 is the high. the only issue for the folks down there, if you head into the waters we have a high risk for rip currents because of the strong onshore winds. if you're swimming swim on guarded beaches. when i come back we'll focus on
the severe threat for monday. guys? >> thank you for the update. folks, if you're just waking up with us, 7:32 a.m., we're experiencing the aftershocks of the bill cosby sex assault case that ended in a mistrial. he raised his fist to signal victory as the comedian left the courthouse in norristown. >> cosby about not score an acquittal, the case is heading for round two in a retrial. >> so far we have not heard from jury members who are back if pittsburgh, why they could not acquit or quick cosby. district kevin steele said he is pressing forward to retry cosby. >> this case is about a drug facilited sexual assault and it doesn't matter, you know what you look like, or who you are,
our job is to follow the evidence where it takes us, we have done that. >> in a statement, constan said the trial gave a voice to the victims who felt powerless and silent. cosby's attorney had this to say. >> there are no winners here, we tried the case for a week, the jury deliberated for 50-some hours without a verdict. >> a retrial likely would not happen until later this year at the earliest. >> this morning bill cosby's future remains uncertainty, his accusers are not relenting. >> meanwhile, the former district attorney of montgomery is reacting to the trial. >> reporter: the reaction from the suv carrying billfists in ta mistrial of the sexual assault
case of the 79-year-old. district att announced plans for retrial. the cosby team responded. >> i think the d.a. he has to say that's going to retry, but why keep costing these counties millions of doors. you had your opportunity. >> reporter: former district attorney bruce castor releasing a statement saying he is disappointed that the effort resulted in failure reiterating back in 2005 he did not pursue charges due to insufficient reliable and admissible evidence adding misconstan was probably the victim of sexual assault, probably does not win criminal charges. the accusers who have civil suits against cosby spoke out. several sat through the trial. >> it's too early to celebrate, mr. cosby, round two may be just around the corner. >> reporter: outside the
courthouse, his loyal supporters were there, montgomery county residents gave their thoughts including an opinion on footing the bill for another trial. >> no, let him pay for it he got the money. >> reporter: we don't know if cosby remains inside the estate. earlier a spokesperson said he was looking forward to going home with his wife and spending father's day with his daughters and enjoying this moment. reporting from elkins park, annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." >> our website has more coverage of the cosby mistrial for a recap of the testimony and the latest reaction go to 6abc.com. >> if you're just waking up with us on on sunday morning, a new report showing businesses own by president donald trump are booming. his business ventures are enjoying a banner year. members at the his club in florida are up 25%. so far this year, the club has taken in $37 million.
his bed bedminster golf course brought in 20 million. the new hotel owned by the federal government has made $20 million since opened last september. his assets worth 1.4 billion dollars. this week former house speaker newt gingrich and adam shift are the guests, they will be facing questions about president trump's admission that's under investigation in the expanding probe into russia's interference in the 2016 election. this week starts at 10:30. >> happening tomorrow, jury selection is set to begin in the trial of philadelphia district seth williams. williams faces federal bribery and fraud charges. prosecutors say he accepted bribes from two businessmen would wanted his help for associates facing criminal charges. williams is charged with using money from his political action committee for personal expenses.
williams said he did not do anything illegal. >> happening tomorrow, the philadelphia teachers union will hold a ratification vote on a new contract. philadelphia teachers have been without a contract for four years. no terms of that new contract were announced pending the ratification by the district's 12 thousand members. sources close to the negotiations said teachers will get their first raises in five years. on this father's day a dad is preparing to lay his wife to rest. she is the woman who died saving her children from on out of control suv in port richmond. as the memorial grows, her children are showing gratitude to the police officers who came to their rescue. >> reporter: 7-year-old jayen arrived at the 24th police
district surrounded by family and friends. he endured two surgeries and fractured skull and pins placed in his ankle and knees before being released on thursday. >> reporter: what was the first thing you did on thursday. >> laid in the bed. he came here with a special mess age for the police officers. >> they did it for my son, i want to shake hand and congratulate them for saving am i son -- my son. rosa lydia rojas was killed when a suv jumped the curb she was struck and died from her injuries, the driver ryan mchugh has been charged with vehicular homicide and driving under the influence and other crimes. one week later rosa's children gave plaques to the responding
officers thanking them for their help that night. >> we did what any of us would do, immediately start first aid. >> when we get to help somebody during the day, and they tell us, it helps us on our job. >> reporter: the kids got ay tour of the police district -- a mini tour of the police district they got to meet the k-9 officer, jake. >> these police officers let us know they are here for us. i don't know what to give them, because they deserve more. >> reporter: this thank you provides them with a little light as they prepare for rosa's funeral on monday. trish hartman channel 6 "action news." >> something positive coming from a tragedy. beginning today septa is making big changes to its schedule, route 15 trolley will not be running until
september 17. buses will run along the route until the trolley returns in september. regional rail lines begin a summer schedule for late night and weekend service and many bus, trollies and subway lines start their summer schedules today and tomorrow. for a complete list of the changes go to septa's website. ballet x's summer series has an adventure, art of aging has -- 6abc loves the arts has a preview. >> muggy out there, but a wonderful time for the people who are gathering out there for gary pappa's mission to raise money for research for prostate cancer. kids health matters has a warning about all the summer
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skies, mostly cloudy conditions and humidity tout there, the radars is clear, 76 degrees in the dewpoint 73. pressure is said. winds out of the south/southwest at 12 miles perou starting to pk up, but it's not helping things out too much, it's stirring up the humid air. malvern, 74. center city, 76. warminster, 73. gldoassbr, 77. fortescue 75. hammonton, 75. woodbine 76 degrees, it's oppressively humid today, it will stay that way until monday afternoon until the cold front slides through. once the cold front pushes through between 5 and 7:00 p.m. when all the humidity drops off we start to see dewpoints down here under 6degrees. that will feel a whole lot better. satellite and radar showing we're waking up to mixed skies, all the way down to the virginias and the carolinas
we're seeing a mix of sun and clouds. this is the approaching cold front we'll cloud up overnight tonight. that takes us into monday when the front slides over top of us, we get heavy-hitting thunderstorms as this works out to sea. easy sailing today not much going on, waking up to sun and clouds, same thing later this afternoon, right their dry. between 5:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. there can be a stray shower or two for the far northwestern suburbs in particular the lehigh valley and the poconos, 90% of us are dry today. overnight tonight it's dry, partly cloudy, waking up to mainly cloudy conditions and peeks of sun. same thing by the afternoon. we'll see sunshine break through, that will lead to this line of showers and thunderstorms, by 2:00 p.m., the viewing area is okay, but we're seeing this line quickly approach it will suddenly explode by 3:00 p.m., 4:00 p.m.
in the afternoon pushing through upper bucks and montgomery counties, you can see the bright purples and pinkish color that's indicating powerful winds and torrential downpours, that rips through the city between 5:00 p.m. and jersey shore by 7:30, 8:00 p.m. the risks look like this. today is quiet. there's 3 to 7:00 p.m. there's a high probability of cloud to ground lightning strikes there's a flood watch for the i-95 corridor 2 to 4 inches of rain. strong gusty winds, high probability of that, we could see gusts 65 miles per hour moderate risk for that and low risk for tornadoes. all that activity is tomorrow. today is nice and quiet. hot, humid and breezy, hazy. 90 degrees in philadelphia. 88 in wilmington. 89 in reading. 78 for cape may, 79 for atlantic
city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, quiet day today verye tomorrow, and then things simmer down tuesday and wednesday. that 90 today will feel like 95 or 96. for monday, we'll start out with sun and clouds, watch out for the hefty late-day showers and storms. 87 feels like the low 90s. tuesday is quiet. first day of summer is wednesday, thunderstorms, 85. thursday, friday, saturday, looking okay, temperatures in time 80s. >> thank you chris. 747 is your time. hearing loss is not just a concern for older people, it becoming a bigger reality for teens and children of there are simple steps to prevent the damage. here's health reporter ali gorman with this week's kids health matters. >> reporter: they are the sounds of summer. but too much of these sounds can the level where hearing loss
begins it's about 85-decibels. audiologist of children's hospital says one in 6 teenagers have hearing loss just the levef noise, but the exposure time long over repeated explorers destroy tiny hair cells in the inner ear. >> they breakdown and they get overworked and they scar over and they never grow back. >> reporter: summer jobless like yard work can be risky and many teens don't wear ear protection. >> if you're working in a factory at 90-decibels, you would be required to wear hearing protection by your employer. >> reporter: keep killed indoors during yard work and lower theos and music. and use hearing protection, such
two female choreographers and world premier. the resident choreographer for the pennsylvania ballet. >> my concept for the piece is authority and how one is in power and not is not. >> reporter: the pursues was inspired by our current world leaders and choreographed the dance before selecting the music to compliment the work. >> i'm actually taking a bit of a risk. with the ballet x dancers i feel like i can try new things with them. >> the dancers take on the work by jody gate. the third world premier. >> it's how we can stretch classical ballet and merge other dances. it's a contempt at a timing on was -- was -- castrate of
singers and artists in spain. it was done in the name of art so their voices wouldn't mature. >> it exuded the sense of adventure we were heading on. ballet x performs the summer series july 12 through the 16th at the prince theater. there's more at 6abc.com/loves the arts. for 6abc loves the arts, i'm karen rogers. >> your time, 7:53 a.m., hang today, more than 25,000 people are expected to take part in the philadelphia gay pride parade. this is how the parade looked last year, the annual march starts at 11:00 a.m. at 13th and locust and ends at penns landing along the route, the
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accuweather. a good day to fire up the grills. a combination of sun and clouds, the only issue is the high humidity. we're forecasting a high of 90. with the humidity it will feel like 95 or 96. oppressive humidity today and tomorrow. we're forecasting 87, but with the humidity it will feel like 93. the issue tomorrow becomes a line of severe thunderstorms that will roll through around 3:00 p.m., to 7:00 p.m. be on the look out for that. tuesday looks good, 84. first day of summer wednesday,
thunderstorm, 85. thursday a quiet, high of 85 degrees not too bad just a little sticky. thanks chris. good morning weekend is next on channel 6. "action news" continues later this morning. >> here's a look at some of the stories we're working on for you, the efforts are underway to save a historic warship that is fallen victim to water troubles. the bucks county baseball team brought home the championship this weekend. plus, chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. now for gray hall, chris sowers and the entire "action news" team, i'm nydia han. have a great sunday! we'll see you back here at 9:00 a.m.
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hbo and multi-room dvr service for two years all with a two year agreement. good morning, america. and new this morning. crash investigation. the bodies of seven sailors now recovered in that tragic ship collision involving "the uss fitzgerald" off the coast of japan. >> our deepest sympathies go out to the families. >> the question this morning, why did that container ship make a mysterious u-turn, setting it on a collision course? new trial? prosecutors say get ready for round two. after the jury deadlocks in bill cosby's sexual assault case. the judge declares a mistrial. >> we're going to retry the case. >> the reaction from the woman at the heart of this case and the scathing statement from cosby's wife. big bucks campaign. the most expensive congressional race in american history. the face-off for the seat now turning ugly. >>