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the rams take jared goff, eagles are eyeing wentz quarterback from north dakota state. he has one of the the best 40-yard dash cams at the combine. where does this leave sam bradford. eagles think he is a starter but bradford is reportedly not happy they have moved up in the draft. ron jaworski says, move on. >> if he did say it, get over it, sam. it is about competition. he got a big contract. you are the starting quarterback. you get out and play. you play to the best of your ability. sam, it is your job right now. to keep the job, out perform, chase daniels, carson wentz, it is your job, just do it. >> just get it done. only one team in the east has more points than union to start the season. go figure considering the union played for the first six games on the road but they are back home again to face new york city today. look at the game, ryan arcidiacono hanging with the kid. villanova wildcats national champs honored before the game
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today. and another good luck charm, they will go to the flyers game, they clinch. they go the two union game and they win. union with 21st half goals, cj sapong deflect is it in. union win two to nothing. they are undefeated leading at will half and they remain untea feeted, perfect at home, union off to a great start, hopefully they can continue this it is a very long season. >> we need villanova to attend every home game. >> jeff, thanks very much. up next on "action news", lets take a live look outside, sky six, cape may, beautiful evening down there and if you are in the the area why not sit on the beach tonight, meteorologist melissa magee with the exclusive accu weather seven day forecast coming up next. narrator: listen to president obama endorse
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katie mcginty for senate. obama vo: katie will stand up to special interests to protect your right to health care, social security and equal pay for women. as the 9th of 10 kids and the mother of 3 daughters, katie is fighting to ensure every family has a fair shot at getting ahead. katie from debate: "i'm a champion, i'm a fighter and i'll have the back of hard working families in this country." narrator: endorsed by president obama and vice president biden, a champion for working families. katie vo: i'm katie mcginty and i approve this message.
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thsometimes you can't evento graimagine.h. that's the job. and she's the one who's proven she can get it done. ...securing a massive reduction in nuclear weapons... ...standing up against the abuse of women... ...protecting social security... ...expanding benefits for the national guard... ...and winning health care for 8 million children... the presidency is the toughest job in the world
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and she's the one who'll make a real difference for you. i'm hillary clinton and i approved this message. magee. the sun finally came out. >> same for tomorrow, brian. we have a full day of sunshine to enjoy. a nice finish to the weekend. here's stomach tracker six. it is dry. no issues with precipitation. outside we will go action cam was outside earlier this afternoon looking at a bet of tulips, and if you are anything like me today you know allergies are still a bit of issue on the medium to high side across much of the delaware and lehigh valleys. despite that moisture not much in the way of relief as far as pollen is concern today. high in philadelphia
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70 degrees. right now we are coming in at 66. sixty-one. upper 60's for wilmington, dover. cooler at the coast at 61 in cape may. sixty-two beach haven. twenty-four hour temperature change is 9-degree cooler in the city then it was same time yesterday. 13 degrees cooler. allentown there was 24 hours ago. 15 degrees cooler in the north. in the poconos especially as we track this frontal boundary that moves through and wind shift as a result. here's satellite six with action radar that front that moved through earlier to take and this morning. all of the showers are starting to move off shore. we have clearing skies, off to our north and west, high pressure, should return as we get in the second half of the weekend. here's the call from accu weather for rest of tonight, mostly clear, cool, dropping down to 36 in the suburbs. forty-six in philadelphia for overnight low. we have a northerly wind at eight to 16 miles an hour. that northerly win will make conditions slightly cooler in comparison to last night. here's set up for our sunday, sunshine for all to enjoy.
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seasonal conditions. high temperature coming in at 70. not bad. average for us this time of the year is 67. we are 3 degrees above that as we go throughout the day tomorrow. exclusive accu weather seven day forecast showing in issues, plenty of sunshine to enjoy. high temperature coming in at 70. then it the taste have of summer returns monday with a high temperature coming in at 80 degrees. on tuesday, still warm but frontal boundary moves through. high coming in at 79. showers are possible by day's even. in the wake of that on wednesday, sunny, pleasant, high pressure returning up to 69. on thursday, couple showers, around. thunderstorm possible, too. in at 65. on friday, a left over shower possible, early in the morning otherwise, mostly cloud which high temperature of 71. phillies will be at home by then. saturday unshine, cloud, sharing the sky and a high of seven 16789 wet start today, brian. nice recovery this afternoon and second half of the weekend picture perfect weather good i love that melissa, thank you.
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finally tonight it was a perfect day for fifth pitch of the season. dots even of youngsters hit the field in absecon to see the field of dreams, that is. the field especially construct, for athletes facing, physical and cognitive challenges. the league's mascot go for it was on hand to cheer everybody on. go for it. gopher, go for it. world news sat the day next on channel six. don't miss "action news" at ten on phl17. we are back here again on six abc at 11:00. for walter perez, melissa me gee, jeff skversky the entire "action news" team, i'm brian taff. enjoy the rest of the fine evening. we will see you right back here tonight at 11:00 o'clock. >> ♪
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i am in this race until the end. >> reporter: today sanders held a rally in baltimore. >> and on tuesday the people of maryland can say it is time for a political revolution. >> reporter: the question is, will they? in maryland, polls show clinton ahead by double digits. she's already looking past sanders. >> i'd go stronger, too. >> reporter: tonight, unveiling a new web ad hitting donald trump for his "extreme makeover." >> i will be so presidential you will be so bored. >> one of my personal heroines, maya angelou, said, when someone shows you who they are, believe them. >> reporter: tonight at events like this one here in rhode island, we're hearing a slightly different tone from clinton, now saving her harshest attacks for the republicans, not for bernie sanders. she knows she has to win over his voters. cecilia? >> she sure does.
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david, thank you. hillary clinton may be getting support from a surprising person, charles koch, the conservative billionaire businessman. the exclusive interview with our jon karl part of a discussion on recent presidents. >> am i hearing you correctly, you think bill clinton was a better president from george w. bush? >> well, in some ways. in other ways he wasn't an exemplar. as far as the growth in government, increase in spending, it was 2.5 times under bush than it was under clinton. >> is it possible another clinton could be better than another republican this time around? >> it's possible. >> you couldn't see yourself supporting hillary clinton, could you? >> well, that -- her -- we would have to believe her actions would be quite different than her rhetoric, let me put it that way. >> and there will be much more of that interview tomorrow morning on "this week." now to president obama's very busy farewell tour in
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london celebrating shakespeare, getting in a little golf, and rolling up his sleeves for a town hall meeting with young people. tomorrow he turns to the serious topic of terrorism. abc's terry moran is traveling with the president tonight. >> reporter: four hundred years to the day since shakespeare died, and there was president obama, taking in a bit of "hamlet" at the famous globe theatre. >> speak the speech, i pray you. >> reporter: another stop on what has become a wistful farewell visit by this late-term president to america's closest ally. and it's produced this instantly iconic moment, the president and little prince george, the future king, eye to eye, when the obamas came for cocktails and dinner with the young royals at kensington palace last night. today, the president was still buzzing about it. >> nothing was going to stop me from wishing happy birthday to her majesty and meeting george who was adorable.
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>> reporter: and at a town hall with young people, one person coming out in public, telling the president they don't fit into any gender category. >> i'm getting emotional. i'm so sorry. >> i'm incredibly proud of the steps it sounds like you've already taken. >> reporter: next up, the agenda shifts dramatically. the president will be joining a meeting of european leaders here in germany on the threat of terrorism, a threat that's escalating sharply in every country across this continent. cecilia? >> terry, thank you. we want to turn next to the troubling death of a virginia firefighter. she was missing for several days, then found dead of suicide in the prime of her life. tonight, new questions about the bullying she may have faced. abc's marci gonzalez on the new details. >> reporter: tonight, a troubling new twist in the case of a virginia firefighter who police say committed suicide. investigators now concerned she may have been the victim of cyber bullying. police found nicole mittendorff's body in the shenandoah national forest
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thursday. and inside her nearby car, what they say was a suicide note. the end to her family's emotional, week-long search after she disappeared. >> sweetheart, i love you. i am praying for you. i'm not sure where you are. but know we are all looking for you. >> reporter: authorities won't say what was in the suicide note, but are now investigating posts written about the 31-year-old on a local website. anonymous users hurling insults about mittendorf, calling her a "slut" and "ugly." and making similar comments about other women in the fairfax county fire department. investigators won't say whether mittendorff ever saw the website but the fire chief acknowledging the posts writes in a statement -- "i assure you that my department cannot and will not tolerate bullying of any kind. we will thoroughly investigate this matter and take any appropriate actions needed." we reached out to the administrator of that website but didn't hear back. mittendorff's family declined to comment. cecilia? >> marci, thank you.
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get a free sample at finally tonight, when coincidence approaches the bench. it went viral, the chance reunion between a judge and a prisoner who remembered each other from years ago. but tonight there's a new chapter. here's abc's john donvan. >> reporter: a tale of two encounters. the first one captured on a courtroom camera. the judge, her name is mindy glazer. before her, arthur booth charged with burglary. suddenly she has a glimmer of recognition. see that smile? and then she asks -- >> did you go to nautilus for middle school? >> oh my goodness. >> reporter: yup, they were kids together here at miami beach's nautilus middle school. two kids in school photos who both showed promise. but then arthur's life went wrong. >> oh, my goodness. >> i'm sorry to see you here. i always wondered what happened to you, sir.
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>> reporter: here those kids were both grown up in court. >> this is the nicest kid in school. >> reporter: drug addiction. a life in and out of prison. it all seemed to hit him at once -- the path his life had taken. the video was watched millions of times since then. now we'll see if this video also catches on because the other day booth was released from jail. his family was there and so was judge glazer and at this, their second encounter, she had a message for him. >> you're going to do something good for somebody else. >> better believe it. >> reporter: call it a pledge to do better for old times' sake. john donvan, abc news, washington. >> what a great pledge indeed. "gma" and "this week" in the morning. we will see you right back here tomorrow night. i'm cecilia vega. have a wonderful saturday. good night.
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therwe cannot defeatsay a corrupt political system and fix a rigged economy. but i believe we need to lift our vision above the obstacles in place and look to the american horizon. to a nation where every child can not only dream of going to college, but attend one. where quality healthcare will be a birthright of every citizen. where a good job is not a wish, but a reality. where women receive equal pay and a living wage is paid to all. an america where after a lifetime of labor, there is time for rest and grandchildren. a nation that defends our people and our values, but no longer carries so much of that burden alone. i know we can create that america if we listen to our conscience and our hearts and not to the pundits and the naysayers. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message,
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and i ask for your vote. >> i'm erin o'hearn. >> and i'm melissa magee. saturday/tonight on fyi philly. >> cheers to early mother's day >> we're toasting one of our favorite days of the year. >> say hi! take a waltz through a mommy and me fitness class. >> that's amazing. >> if your mother has a sweet tooth? >> bread! pastries! cookies! doughnuts! >> we've got plenty of options to choose from. >> so relaxing already' or maybe she's looking for a little luxury >> "the men have to look just as good as we do" >> plus a list of the best shops in philly. >> hi everyone and welcome to fyi philly. >> we are in the winner's circle this week here on the grounds at the historic winterthur estate. >> this is where the winning horses will celebrate at this year's point-to-point races. >> it's an annual celebration that literally takes over the grounds here at winterthur. >> with tailgaters, classic cars and family entertainment and best of all, it falls on mother's day this year. >> out of our 38 year history,


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