Britney Spears expected to break her silence in court

The pop star has been fighting to end the conservatorship that has her father in charge of her $60 million fortune.
2:18 | 06/23/21

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ABC's Kyra Phillips who's in Washington, D.C., she's back, welcome back, with the latest headlines. Good afternoon, Kyra. I didn't climb the highest place in the world, okay, but I did have a nice little roller coaster adventure in Pennsylvania. Love that. Love that. Great to see all of you. We begin here today with the new warnings about the highly infectious and deadly delta variant, it's now accounting one of every five covid cases, the numbers doubling every two weeks, the key to crushing it, the experts say young people, only about a third of 18 to 24-year-olds have gotten their shot. Dr. Ashish jau telling "Gma" doctors and officials have to counter "Misinformation" that young people don't get sick from this.- To the white house now, and president Biden's plan to tackle the rise in violent crime and gun violence, unveiling a strategy to crack down on illegal gun use and calling on congress to pass gun control legislation. And the baking heat in the northwest, all-time records possible in Portland and Seattle this weekend, as gusty winds fuel that Sullivan fire in eagle, Colorado. Some 13 states under fire and heat alerts now. And the breaking news from the nation's highest court, the justices siding with the cheerleader who was suspended from school for something she said off campus, making clear schools can punish students for bullying or harassing comments but that in this case the punishment went too far. And this from the "You just never know what you're going to see in times square" file, the man calling himself a sky surfer taking a little ride up there on his hovercraft, the developer said he was out for a late-night snack, a little taste to the future right there in our "Gma3" studios' backyard. T.J., he's giving the naked cowboy in times square a bunch of competition now. Look, in times square, that's like the 14th craziest thing I saw yesterday. That didn't even make the list. Thank you. Good to have you back. A whole lot more ahead here on "Gma3." People going from zero to rage

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