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this morning on "world news now," the anticipation is building as president obama prepares to meet with bernie sanders today. hear what he says is on and off the table. meanwhile, the president's getting in some late night jabs at donald trump explaining why he's worried for the republican party. terror in tel aviv. two gunmen opening fire in a crowded restaurant. the ongoing search for answers and questions this morning if a terror group is responsible. and new this half hour, wild encounter caught on camera. a family stops to take pictures and gets a close-up they didn't expect when a bear manages to open the car door. >> way too close. and it was a big night for country music in nashville. so who broke carrie underwood's four-year winning streak for top prize and who turned heads on the red carpet?
we're going to have the full story ahead in "the skinny." it is thursday, june 9 there. from abc news, this is "world news now." the bear. >> the bear. >> i can't stop thinking about the bear. >> no thank you. why would you expose yourself to get that close? >> lock the doors, buddy. lock the doors. >> when that bear comes knocking -- >> good morning, everyone. i'm diane macedo. >> i'm kendis gibson. of course, we're going to get started with the presidential th the democrats. specifically president obama welcoming bernie sanders to the white house this morning. >> now, it's believed to be their first face to face meeting since january. now the president has signaled that he won't be telling sanders to formally end his candidacy. insiders say that's a decision sanders has to make on his own terms. >> however, it is believed that if president obama is going to formally endorse hillary clinton, he would only do so after today's meeting with sanders. the president has called clinton
whip smart and tough and says that she cares deeply about working people and about growing the economy. >> at a fund raiser in new york last night, the president said politics has been a little screwed up lately largely because of the republican primary and on the tonight show, he talked to jimmy fallon about the general election race. >> do you think the republicans are happy with their choice? >> we are. but i don't know how they -- that was too easy. but the truth is, actually, i am worried about the republican party. at the end of the day, what you want is a healthy two-party system. and you know, you want the republican nominee to be somebody who could do the job if they win. >> the president said it was a healthy thing to have a contested democratic primary. he also said his role in the campaign will be to remind people that being president is serious, not like reality tv. that, of course, was a swipe at the presumptive republican nominee donald trump who will
meet with a big group of campaign donors here in new york today. that meeting comes as some republicans continue to have problems with trump's comments about a federal judge of mexican descent. tom llamas has more on trump's attempt to put that controversy to rest. ♪ we are the champions >> reporter: top republicans hoping this is the donald trump who leads them into the general election. >> i understand the responsibility of carrying the mantle, and i will never, ever let you down. >> reporter: with two teleprompters, his family in perfect formation, and little room for error, trump focused on substance rather than schtick. >> we're going to rebuild our inner cities, which are absolutely a shame and so sad. >> reporter: trump trying to defuse the firestorm he created
republicans he is confident trump would support their agenda. not everyone is convinced. scott walker, the governor of wisconsin, a battleground state, hinting he may not be able to support trump. >> i want to make sure he renounces what he says, at least in regards to this judge. >> reporter: now with trump trying to play nice with republicans, a promise he'll take it to bill and hillary clinton. >> i am going to give a major speech on probably monday of next week, and we're going to be discussing all of the things that have taken place with the clintons. i think you're going to find it very informative, and very, very interesting. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: just a few weeks ago, donald trump said he'd probably have to raise a billion s in the general election. now he's saying he wouldn't even have to raise half that. the reason, he's getting so much free publicity. that said he has a meeting wit
top donors right here at trump tower. tom llamas, abc news, new york. >> this morning we're learning there are new arrests after the attacks on trump supporters outside a rally in california last week. the san jose police department has arrested three teenage boys allegedly involved in those attacks. one of the suspects was recorded striking a man with a blunt object. these latest arrests are in addition to four men who were arrested the night of the rally. >> an apparent terror attack has left four dead after palestinians opened fire in tel aviv. the gunmen posed as the customers. israeli israel's prime minister calls it a cowardly attack. abc's terry moran has more. >> reporter: panic in the streets of tel aviv. in the heart of the city, a summer evening shattered by at least two gunmen opening fire on a popular, open-air market lined with restaurants. here's the moment the shooting started. you see diners leaping from their seats, some hiding, some running for their lives. and this, a police officer
cooley taking down one of the gunmen firing steadily at the suspect. both shooters were "neutralized," authorities said, and are in custody, one wounded. the toll, at least four dead, several others injured. >> paramedics treated around ten casualties, amongst them at least one in critical condition. we are still at the scene surveying and looking for additional casualties. >> reporter: authorities sifting through the scene with flashlights, looking for clues. now saying the attackers were palestinians. this shooting, the latest in a wave of escalating attacks in israel since last fall. leaving the city on edge, and united in grief. terry moran, abc news, london. the release of prisoners from guantanamo bay may have had deadly consequences. the "washington post" reports at least 12 released detainees have launched attacks against u.s. or allied forces in afghanistan. about half a dozen americans were killed including female civilian aid worker.
president obama has pledged to close the u.s. prison in cuba before he leaves office. >> we're learning more about the victims of that deadly hit and run in michigan. the five cyclists killed belong to a group of enthusiasts called the chain gang. among those who died were a former nurse, a researcher and two grand fathers very active in the catholic church. the driver remains in custody in the hospital. he's not yet been identified. maria sharapova says she will appeal the two-year suspension from professional tennis for using a banned substance. the tennis superstar says she was not aware that the world anti-doping agency barred athletes from using meldonium. the drug increases blood flow which improves exercise capacity by carrying more oxygen to the muscles. and the trust company overseeing prince's estate can go ahead and hire entertainment industry experts. a colorado prison inmate who claims he is prince's son wanted the legal heirs to the musician's estate established first. that could take several months. the trust company warns much of prince's multimillion dollar
estate could be seized for taxes without expert advice. so apparently men hate going to the doctor's office but love coming up with excuses for why they can't go. a new survey is now revealing some of those top excuses. the number one, they're just too busy. >> that's true. that happens. >> just behind that, a fear of discovering something is wrong. >> uh-huh. >> many men are uncomfortable with certain examinations or questions. and other studies have found that men are a third less likely to see a doctor than women. i do like the i don't want to go and find out something's wrong. >> my theory behind is that you can't fail a test that you don't take. so i just don't get any tests. >> it doesn't work that way. you'll still be sick whether you get the test or not. you'll know about it and be able to treat it. >> it doesn't work that way. >> you look great. i guess whatever's working for you. >> walking viral though right here. just going to move over a little
we're getting the sense that this might turn out to be a summer vacation season of human and animals interactions. so recently we've had an elk knock over a tourist in a national park. >> there's also that moose that ran through the suburbs of boston. now a bear very up close. >> oh, my goodness! [ screaming ] > stop screaming. >> ow. >> my god. worst parents ever. >> keep that door locked. he's surprisingly calm in that scenario by the way. the kids not so much. but dad kept his cool. >> just when he thought he potty trained the kids. not anymore. >> i wonder how many times that bear has done this. it kind of reminds us of this one from a couple years ago. do you remember lion in south africa that opened the door? the lion walks up to the car. >> wow. >> the woman in the back seat, she just says oh, my gosh, i didn't know they could do that. kudos to
she immediately grabs the door and shuts it. i think i would have backed up and that would have been the end of me. >> there were so many different lines right there. >> keep your doors locked when on safari. >> coming up, the hero mom caught on camera. what she did that ultimately stopped this man from kidnapping her 13-year-old daughter. see who happened to be nearby and kept that guy from getting away. >> and snoop dogg throws out a ceremonial first pitch. was it the worst celebrity first pitch ever? close to it. that's ahead in "the skinny." >> first here's a look at today's forecast. >> announcer: "world news now" weather, brought to you by colonial penn life insurance. ught to you by colonial penn life insurance. since i was a kid, it empty my pocket change into this old jar. it's never much, just what's left after i break a dollar. and i never thought i could get quality life insurance with my spare change. neither did i. until i saw a commercial for the colonial penn program.
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evacuations. the tender foot fire has burned around 700 acres. 250 homes have been evacuated. fire officials say hundreds are without power. due to the blaze. the red cross is opening an evacuation center. the brush fire taking place about 90 miles northwest of phoenix comes nearly three years since a fierce wildfire in that same we're took the lives of 19 firefighters. we turn now to a dramatic rescue that played out inside a store north of tampa, florida. >> a mother beat back a man who tried to kidnap her 13-year-old daughter. the whole thing was caught on camera. here's abc's eva pilgrim. >> reporter: the harrowing kidnapping attempt begins with the suspect checking his surroundings. just seconds later he grabs the 13-year-old girl, dragging her away. >> you can tell he searched out his victim. he went after that child with terrible, terrible motives. >> reporter: the teen's mother leaps into action, chasing the kidnapper, refusing to let go.
kicked by mom and that was one of the refreshing things that you saw in that video. >> reporter: that mother manages to pry her daughter back. the suspect flees just as an off-duty sheriff's deputy happens to pull up. >> i could hear her screaming as i backed up my patrol car, "he tried to take my child." >> reporter: that officer forced to draw his gun on 30-year-old craig bonello, eventually taking him into custody. the child rescued thanks to a heroic mom and an off-duty cop. >> who knows what he would have done later on in the day or a week from now? >> reporter: the 13-year-old and her mother are doing okay. bonello is behind bars facing kidnapping charges. he has yet to enter a plea. eva pilgrim, abc news, hernando, florida. >> miraculous there. >> such a crazy story. >> insane. >> we're going to switch gears. when we come back, carrie underwood kills it on nashville's big night. >> move over floyd mayweather and tiger woods. there's a new guy topping the list of the world's highest paid athletes.
this year's cmt awards. tim mcgraw ended carrie underwood's four-year winning streak for the top prize with his music video "humble and kind." underwood yet again proved last night why she's such a superstar. ♪ it was all roses dripping in diamonds sipping on champagne ♪ ♪ she was all uptown wearing that white gown taking his last name ♪ ♪ >> yeah, get it girl. not only does she sound great, she looks fantastic, as well. love her. of course, no, awards show would be complete without a quick look at the red carpet. in this category, underwood again outshined them all in this multicolored floral wrap with a dramatic thigh high slit. hello, everybody. >> angelina-esque with that. nicole kidman in the meantime with husband keith
very new york, according to producer matt, rocking a glittering michael cores dress with plunging neckline, skinny scarf and giuseppe zanotti crisscross heels. >> one of our favorite highlights of the show is when kendis has to read matt's copy on fashion, by the way. can you guess who that is? >> johnny depp? >> that, my friends, is billy ray cyrus before he performed with cheap trick. and apparently all the pharmacies in the area were sold out of hair dye. not sure what happened there. >> he looks great though. wish he had belted out a little "achy breaky heart." >> i did want to see the full mullet on display. i miss it. >> next to the west coast and a first pitch. >> in san diego before a padres game. rapper snoop dogg wound up, threw the ball with quite a bit of force. but not quite over home plate. >> so the wild pitch reportedly did connect. however --
>> he was. i was going to do a pitch but then i got high. however, it hit a camera man's leg. that camera man is reportedly just fine and now has bragging rights that he did a hit with snoop dogg. >> luckily snoop avoided the distinction of the worst pitch ever. that, my friends, belongs to 50 cent. >> oh, my word. >> i think snoop coaches his kids' baseball team though. >> he coaches sports. >> i don't think practice is going to be so good for him tomorrow. >> not so much. speaking of athletes, forbes is out with its list of the word's highest paid sports stars. >> topping the list for 2016 is -- >> cristiano ronaldo raking in a staggering $88 million last year. >> my people. >> coming in second at only $81 million, only $81 million is argentina's lyle messier. >> and coming in a distant third was this slacker, lebron james, $77 million. >>
what about the women here? the top paid female athlete ranked number 40 on the list at just under $20 million. that's serena williams. >> that is sad that it takes you -- you have to get to 40 in order to find the first female. >> so next, he's no athlete but he's doing his best to play one in the movies. >> the oscar-winning actor has been spending a lot of time at the gym. it appears to be paying off. in fact, you might have to keep reminding yourself that he is 61 years old. >> talking about j.k. simmons. he's getting buff for his role as gothdtham city police commissioner in the justice league films. >> he's training with aaron williamson who trained sly stallone, jamie foxx and the rock. and speaking of the rock, how's this for a social media mystery. >> dwayne "the rock" johnson instagrammed this photo of
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on this thursday here's what's making news, bernie sanders is making a trip to the white house for a face-to-face meeting with president obama, plus, the president is getting in late night jabs on trump. gunmen opening fire on a trendy market in tel aviv. where the investigation stands right now. developing overnight a woman accused driving off a cliff accused of killing her twin sister. why charges are dropped. steph curry and the warriors, pretty cold in cleveland. the cavs taking game three with a dominating performance.
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