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the tabloid cover story that outraged him so much, he's filed a lawsuit. it's tuesday, october 20th. from abc news, this isis "w"wld news now." hey, good rning. i'm reena ninan. >> i i kendis gibson.. just checking out "star wars" still trendinggecause of thee bi trailer premiering during monday night football last night. a lot of people excited about it. >> it was a really good commercial i thought. >> it was a good commercial trailer and we love the synergy here at disney because it was premiered during espn's monday night football. we'll have more on that, of course, coming up. >> you might turn into c 3 po halfway through the broadcast. >> or ewok. >> we could have used he wok in this case. air rage i guess is what you could call it. alleged. it forced an emergency landing. > it happened shortly after takeoff. the pilot called the tower asking to return to the airport because of an altercation on board the plane.
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a fleet of police cars was waiting when they arrived. abc's david kerley with the details. >> reporter: the southweststet was only 1 1minutes into its flight when the pipit calls the a. tower. >> hey, flight a aendant just cacaed. evidently we got two passengers that are in a a ysical altercation, so we need to get turned around and back to l.a. >> flight 2010, declare agajs. >> reporter: inside the jet, an escalativg situation according to southwest. a fight between two passengers. those on board say it was all about a reclining seat. a woman reported she was choked by the man behind her, apparently after putting her seat back. >> the lady who got hit was talking about it. she said, he hit me in my head, he choked me. >> reporter: police and the fbi were there. and the man, who was never restrained, walked off the plane taken into custody with officers talking to the alleged victim. >> you have to press charges. >> yeah. >> you're going to regret that. >> what do i do? i'm going to stay here all night? because he's --
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>> i'm going to need you. it's a misdemeanor, so i can't do anything. >> reporter: we've seen passengers acting badly on planes in the past. some have been duct taped or hog tied until the jet could land. and those small reclining seats have been a problem. member the passengererho used those e -called knee defenders to keep the seat in front from being reclined? he gotot soda in the face. that soutest case, the man was questioned and then released but the fbi is still investigating to determine if charges should be filed. >> david kerley, abc, washington airport. >> the fbi is looking for a teenage hacker who claims to have accessed the personal e-mail of john brennan. he posted documents online including a list of e-mail addresses reportedly from brnan's contact file. he claims to have hacked the file of homeland security secretary, as well. in south africa, an oscar pistorius is out of prison
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expected after spending nearly a year behind bars for the death of his girlfriend reva steenkamp. he's now under house arrest and will remain there likely as long as four years possibly, prosecutors are appealing his manslaughter conviction hoping to have it changed to murder. if that happens, isorious would returno prison for 15 years. lamar o om has been moved from a hospitall in las vegas to a facility in los geles. of espn r rorts he was brought to l.a. last nig by medical helicopter. odom's family says he is alert and that his condition is improving. odom was found unconscious at a brothel in nevada. that was a week ago. a philadelphia demolition contractor has been found guilty of manslaughter for the death of six people in a building collapse. the jury rejected a third degree murder charges south by the prosecutors saying he avoided warnings of an imminent collapse. his mother speaking after the verdict.
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>> we are so sorry about all the families, the victims and the ones that managed to get out alive. my heart hurts every day that this happened for them. >> the contractor is now facing a long prison term. when he is sentenced next year, the victims' families have also filed civil lawsuits as a result of the collapse. >> a scary scene on a school bus in washington state was caught on camera. dozens of kids on board when a heater hose started leaking anti-freeze. the panic among the children plain to see.e. >> look! what i i that? something out of the bus! >> wow. >> increreble to see just how much panic there was. the parents say they are concerned about the way the incident was handled including the way they were told about it. they say somf of the kids had had stomach and headaches as well as burning eyes. the parents also claim their children weren't checked at the scene. the school district says none of the kids were sprayed.
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to begin with are the best buses available to us. and i think they all consider safety in that we're not going to buy something that's unsafe. >> the district says the bus involved in the incident is seven years old. and that it was -- it has been inspected pre summer before the school year starts. >> frightening scene there. the government is taking steps to bring order to the chaotic drone-filled skies. a new task force will set guidelines that will require most drones to be registered amid security concerns as well as a an spike in sightings by pilots. elizabeth hur has more. >> reporter: if you think you are seeing and hearing about drones a lot more lately, this is why. according to the faaarone sightings have doubled since last year including reports from pilots complaiaing about the remote control devices flying too close to planes a a airport.
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20 feet. >> we just saw a little drone. >> and others even interfered with firefighting efforts like this back in july, prompting to authorities to now require private owners of drones who government. >> intend to take it on to local streets or highways, you're expected to register it and public. >> reporter: a newly formed task force will need to iron out the details of when, where and how the new rules also affect drone operators but calls for a speedy resolution are growing louder with an estimated 3/4 million drones expected to be sold as gifts this holiday season. >> the faa task force is direction. decisions. >> reporter: for now, these rules again remain a work in progress, but for example, we're told toys and small drones could be exempted from registering. but all this now up to that new task force to determine and the
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deadline for their recommendations is set for next month. kendis and reena, back to you. >> our thanksing to elizabeth there. to central texas where crews are keeping an eyeyen a fire that burned about 60 acres. it has been contained but smoke drifts through nearby neighborhoods. it may have beenn starred bu by an unattended campfi. >> the last of 200 vehicles have been moved from highway 58 in california last thursday. a 20-mile long traffic jam including three dozen slide. heavy equipment remains at the site clearing mud away. that stretch of the major again on thursday. major change in the leadership of campaign. justin trudeau follows in his father's footsteps to become the country's second youngest prime minister. his surprise election ends almost ten years of conservative rule.
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from 196 to 1984 with only a short nurpgs. no term limits there. >> not quite. you know, stephen harper served for nine years before resigning last night. more speculation on this side of the border about vice president joe biden. said to be nearing a decision will a run for the white house. the vice president has hilde conversations with democrats about potential plans to enter the race. yesterday he appeared to take subtle jabs at hillary clinton as well as busy, biden saying republicans are friends, not enemies this after clinton listed republicans among her enemies during the debate. he criticized those who go a aer the rich which is a sanders' rallying cry. "the washington post" is blaming a computer glitch for mistakenly reporting that biden had decided to launch his campaign. the story was published on the paper's website last night. it was taken down quickly. but the "post" says it was a so-called shell story prepped to
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be posted quickly in case of announcement. >> and you got to have some of those ready to go. >> you do. >> don't hit the send button yet. >> ladies and gentlemen, halloween still more than a week away. thanksgiving five weeksing from thursday. >> all of that can mean only one thing. that it's starting to look like christmas. at a mall near you. in california, take a look. we say that because yesterday, they delivered what's being called the world's largest christmas tree on a truck. >> then they hoisted it into place with a big crane. the tree stands 115 feet tall. we're talking 40 feet taller than the tree in the rockefeller center. that's impressive. we should remind you, 6 days till christmas, folks. get on amazon. >> go shopping. coming up in "the skinny," a "gilmore girls" reunion and reliving a moment from "dirty dancing" on "dancing with the stars." >> you love both moments equally. >> both were great. >> the star wars frenzy that started with a two-minute preview and moved quickly to the
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than usual. >> prince william is making an appeal to the chinese in an effort to save the elephants. he recorded a message on a popular tv show during his recent visit to china calling on everyoneton stop buying ivory from elephants and rhinos sold on the black market. if things don't change, william said wild elephants may be instinct before his daughter charlotte turns 25. >> okay. so oprah winfrey is known to have the midas touch. many of the products, books and movies she gets involved with turn to gold. >> and her latest deal with weight watchers has given the company a much needed boo moremore has the details. >> reporter: one of the biggest names in weight loss. >> how does it feel to lose weight while on weight watchers? >> reporter: gaining a powerful new partner. weight watchers announcing oprah winfrey has bought 10% of the company for $43.2 million coming on as a "board member and visor and celebrity face. the media momol tweeting, "i
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and a major lawsuit. >> going after a tabloid magazine following his divorce from miranda lambert. it cites a number of in touch weekly articles. one cover story seemingly went too far saying he's going to rehab. >> the complaint filed in l.a. county superior deniesse has plans for rehab. he's seeking at least $1 million in compmpsation. jimmy kimmel b bk home taking his show across country to where he g gw up, brooklyn, new york. >> last night he started with ballet lessons from misis copeland. putting together an impressive routine with guillermo to open the week in new york city. his first guest, what, bill murray, one upping kimmel's tutu with his ownenaissance garb and makeup. the conversation then turned to his beloved chicago cubs. >> how many of you were watching an at game last night? go cubs.
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that works fine here, son. >> tonight's guests include donald trump and brooklyn's own jay-z. >> kimmel is a fan of the new york mets throwing out the first pitch the other night. fans of the hit tv drama "gilmore girls," the beloved series is getting the netflix treatment. >> the show ended abruptly in the 2007. now fans can get the closure they've been longing for. the four episodes will center around the mother/daughter duo. you'll be able to stream the original six seasons. >> we love that. we can't forget about the ballroom. last night's "dancing with the stars" saw not one but two three actually perfect scores. >> andy grammer pulled off a tion of i thinking in the rain. tatar braxton had a rhythm
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>> the big moment bindi irwin dirty dancing pullili off the lift. >> n n faring so well was paula deen. her night. >> our producer is joking we wish paula deen did the dirty dancing routine. >> that dance landed her at the bottom of the scoreboard leading to her get the boot from the show. but the 62-year-old saying she was eited to get home and see her grandchildren. >> she worked hard. it's good. glad to see her there. >> finally, a little more dancing. becca drake capping off what was a really big night for canada, releasing the music video for his big line who the blink. >> he sentient twit near a tail moves. but that doesn't matter because canada has a new prime minister. >> when you see drake's move. >> i thought drake has good
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moves. maybe when you have good moves, you don't need to showcase them. >> since degrassy high, it's all been downhill. >> maybe he'll be in "dancing
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so you can breathe and sleep. shut your mouth and say goodnight mouthbreathers. breathe right >> all right. "star wars" fever kicking into light speed with the release of a new trailer during monday night football. what a mart way to do this. >> it was brilliant. latest glimpse of episode 7 the forcewakens" lasasertainly awawen the itt teams at many titieting website. crashing before jedis and jorm troopers could book their seats for the opening. juju chang has more. >> reporter: a long time ago in a halftime show far, far away, came the longest look yet at the eagerly anticipated star"star wars:
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e force awakens". just two precious minutes long. >> i was raised to do one thing. >> reporter: but the force is clearly stron in this one. storm troopers, lightsabers and yes, the millennium falcon all here, teasing what looks to an action-packed trip back to the darkside. this movie is set roughly 30 years after return of the jedi" and brings back favorites carrie fisher and harrison ford as hans solo. >> strong. all of it. >> reporter: and appearing in scenes with new characters portrayed by daysly ridley. oscar isaac, an ex-wing fighter pilot also getting pnty of facetime. and there's adam driver, speaking out here as this is movie's bad guy. >> i'm finished. what you started. >> >> reporter: still no glimpse of luke skywalker's face. the hero of the original trilogy
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released sunday leading some fans to worry. j.j. abrams directed the force wawans"he seventh i ithe series a a there's's been a steady buildup for any new details abououthe movie. preorder tickets are available for sale with the sites of some online vendors crashing under the demand. some theaters will be hosting marathon screenings of fwre film in the series leading up to the movie's debut december 18th. juju chang, abc news, new york. >> it's exciting. >> it is very excititititit a lot of people are -- haveeen scouring the two minutes and 36 seconds. oh, yeah. >> oh, yeah. >> i'm channeling my own samuel l. jackson there. brian and the crew spent hours trying to get tickets and finally we got tickets. we're going. >> it's a date for the two of you. >> we're going to get dressed you. .
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>> i'm scared. good morning. i'm reena ninan. >> i'm kendis gibson. here are some of the top headlines we're following this morning on "world news now." the biden watch. all eyes are on the vice president as he closes in on a decision about a potential presidential run. he may have already taken his first subtle jabs at the two democratic front-runners. a full report coming up shortly. canada has a new lead they are morning. justin trudeau following in h late father's footsteps to become the country's prime minister. he defeats conservative steven harper who led canada for almost ten years. lamar odom has been moved from the hospital in las vegas to a facility in los angeles. espn reporting he was brought to
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odom was found unconscious at a brothel in nevada a week ago. and the toronto blue jays broke out their big bats last night smashing three home runs on the wait to defeating kansas city in game three of the american league championship series. game 4 is this afternoon. those are someef our topop ststies on this tuesday, october 20th. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> and we say good tuesday morning to you. we're going to get started with presidential politicsing. joe biden still keeping everyone guessing about his next step. >> is he o isn't he? as he nears a decision about a possible run, "the washington post" mistakenly reported he had launched his campaign for president. >> whoops. >> the story quickly vanished in the paper's website and being blamed on a computer glitch. it's your voice, your vote. and jonathan carl is following
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>> reporter: at the white house even president obama was his vice president. >> we're talking about climate change, guys. >> reporter: biden had nothing too say publicly about 20916, although at a white house event, >> i don't consider republicans they're friends. been a swipe at hillary? this is what she said when asked of. >> well, in addition to the nra, the health insurance companies, the drug companies, the iranians -- [ laughter ] probably the republicans. >> reporter: and was this a shot a bernie sanders? >> i'm not one of these guys, you know, let's go after the rich and the powerful, and they're the problem. they're not a problem. >> reporter: a source involved with biden's deliberations told abc news the vp has not made a decision about running for president, but biden has been calling potential supporters. >> how you all doing? >> reporter: over the weekend talking to the head of the influential firefighters union who says he told biden he'd
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runs. >> reporter: even biden's closest advisers acknowledge the odds would be stacked him. he's got no campaign money and way behind in the polls. as for when? they say he could drag out his decision making until next week. jonathan carl, abc news, the white house. >> biden if he joins the race, he may have one less competitor. democratic candidate jim webb considering running as an independent. he's holding a news conference todayed to discuss his candidacy, the campaign and his views of the political parties. he repeatedly complained about not getting enough talk time during last week's debate. he has 1% in the latest polls. on the republican side, donald trump and ben carson are asasng for secret service protection and the requests are beinin reviewed by the homeland security chief. taxpayers would foot the bill. such requests are not unusual at this point in the race for front run yourers. both candidates have made
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ethnic and religious groups and both attracting large crowds. a search under way for a teenager who claims to have accessed the personal e-mail of cia director john brennan. he posted documents online including a list of e-mail addresses purportedly from brennan's contact file. the girlfriend of convicted mobster whitey bulger made a brief appearance in court yids. catherine greg pleaded not guilty. her attorney says she doesn't note anything. in philadelphia, demolition contractor convicted of manslaughter for the death of six people in a building collapse. prosecutors had wanted murder convictions against griffin campbell. they say he should have known the building was about to come down. campbell's lawyer blames the architect who hired him knowing he was not qualified. olympic athlete oscar pistorius is out of prison. he was paroled yesterday a d d
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earlier than expected after spending nearly a year behind bars. for the death of his girlfriend reva steenkamp. pistorious is now under house arrest and will remain that way for the next four years. prosecutors are appealing his manslaughter conviction hoping to have it changed to murder. if that happens, pistorious would return to prison for 15 years. and back in this country, police in the cleveland area have released dashcam footage of the scene of a domestic incident involving brown's quarterback johnny manziel. his suv seen here on the side o a road after being pulled over by police. his girlfriend was also in that vehicle. she says both of them had been drinking before having a fight. and on the footage you hear colleen crowley say manziel hit her a couple of times. the whole thing is being called a concern by manziel's coach. >> i get it. i get the concern and the outcry and i know everything with him
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you know, he's made a lot of the strides. and it's -- this is a process fofo him. and i know it's somethingng that it's upsettingor all of us. >> police also released a picture of a mark on colleen crowley's arm which apparently is from manziel's attempts to keep her fro jumping out of the vehicle. the couple have not been charged. a case of alleged air rage forced emergency landing in california. the pilot requested the landing because of an altercation between two passengers. eyewitnesss say it was over a reclining seat. police cars met the plane when it landed. this morning the fbi is investigating. here's abc's lauren lyster southwest 2010. >> reporter: the southwest jet was 13 nints into its flight when the pilot called air traffic control. >> hey, flight attendant just called. evidently we've got two passengers that are in a physical altercation. we need to get turned around
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>> declaring you an emergency. >> reporter: inside the jet according to southwest, an escalating situation. a fight between two passengers. some on the flight say it was over a reclining seat, a woman reported she was choked by the man behindd her apparentltl after putting her seat back. >> the lady who gototou know hit was talking about. she hit n me in my head and choked me and she was really emotional. >> reporter: the jet returned to l.a.x. police and the fbi were there and the man walked off the plane and was taken into custody with officers talking to the alleged victim. >> yeah. you're going to regret that. >> what do i do? i'm going to stay here all night? >>. >> reporter: we've seen reclining seats become an issue in the past. the passengers last year got kicked off a united flight after fighting over use of a so-called knee defender that keeps the seat in front from being reclined. the man in this case as questioned and released.
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the fbi said there was no arrest or charges at this time. the passengers did get to san francisco on another plane. five hours late. lauren lyster, abc news, los angeles. reena, kendis, ba can to you. >> thanks to lauren there in l. afghanistan. a scary scene on a school bus in washington state caught on camera. dozens of kids on board when a heater hosos ruptured in the back of the bus. you see it therendtarted aking anti-freeze after allf this hahaened, some of the kids had stomach and headaches as well as burning eyes. the parents also claimed their children weren't checked at the school. the school district says none of the kids were sprayed and that the bus has been inspected every summer before the school year gets under way. and this tragic scene in houston at a grocery store. a young mother died while protecting her child when a car smashed into the store. six people were also injured. police say the elderly driver was pulling ot of a parking spot when she hit the reverse and
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raced backward into that market. lawsuits from vehicle owners stemming in volkswagen's emission scandal are stacking up. more than 200 suits have been fileds in the last few weeks. many claiming volkswagen marketed its diesel engine cars as clean taurths for years knowing that the vehicles were cheating emissions tests. vw almost inevitably willl have to compensate owners. some experts say the company could be force offff to buyuy back the cars all together. the priri of gas has plunged in some areas below $2 a gallon. the nationwide average for a gallon of gas now $2.26, the lowest since february. it's 58 cents cheaper than this time last year. drivers in south carolina and new jersey are paying the lowest just under 2 bucks a gallon. in jersey, they fill it up for you. >> that is one of the great benefit about driving through jersey. traffic is a problem.
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plunging because now everyone has more money to spend on this classic car. it's a doozy. a 1956 ferrari 290 mm, one of just four ever built. >> and the preauction estimate $28 million. >> ouch. >> i need a loan into $28 million. makes it one of the most valuable cars ever to be put on auction block. >> part of it was. it was built specifically for a formula i race car driveve considered one o othe best of alal timeme it goes on salee in december here in new york city. and this is the t t model? >> it kind of looks like a toy model, doesn't it? that's a pricey car. going to need a little loan, if you don't mind. >> i mind. >> come on. yoy got it. all right. coming up, getting everyone excited about the sun, the moochb and the stars at the white house. >> and also ahead, excitement about eight galaxy far, far away. the "star wars" movie premiere
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investigation. the airline says he had a heart attack so united's general council bret hart is running the company for now. hart says he'll be working to munoz recovers. watchers. the media mogul has bought 10% of the company for $43 million. and will have a seat on its board. she will help weight watchers focus on overall health and wellness. its stock price rose 105% on win pri's announcement in one day. 105%. >> i'm not surprised. the oprah touch. protective moms and dads are being warned by parenting experts to ease up. >> so-called helicopter parents may think their intentions are good. critics disagree. >> reporter: parenting styles can vary everywhere too relaxed.
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>> not like a regular mom. i'm a cool mom. >> reporter: too, too protective. >> i'm getting rid of everything in the house that has gluten or sugar. >> reporter: to so-called helicopter parenting where parents whoever over their kids' every move. could they be harming their kids. >> kids can't do for themselves they don't have the skills needed in the workplace and have much higher rates of anxiety and depression. >> a former dean of freshmen at stanford university and author of "how to raise an adult," believes parents who whoever could be ruining lives after i future future generation. >> her claim sparking a debate. one woman writing children should leaven how to solve their own problems. another saying if a child is walk away. >> i would never tell a parent to cut your child off and throw them into an unfamiliar place. >> we have to stop doing so much so that they can really begin to
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lead their own lives. >> reporter: according to her, if you are over doing it there are ways to take a step back. first stop saying we when referring to your kids. >> we lose this. i said we. >> yeah, you do that sometimes. >> i'm so sorry. >> reporter: second stop arguing with the adults in their lives, this includes coaches and teachers. finally, stop doing their homework for them. >> our job as parents is to put ourselves out of a job. good advice there. >> which one are you? >> i think i'm a chinese mom helicopter pilot that. >> you're a ninja parent. >> i'm a ninja. >> you're all up in their business. they got no room. i'm a believer in like i'll be the cool dad and you can be the helicopter parent. yeah, so it's like a good cop, bad cop. >> good strategy. >> they'll take care of me when i'm 90. you'll be in the home.
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>> got it figured out. >> you are so mean. that is so wrong on so many levels . you read this. i'm recovering from your comment. >> coming up, "star wars" fans lining up at theaters. this movie isn't out for another two months. >> the frenzy has begun. that's next on "world news now." i can't believe you said i'll be in a retirement home. "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations. there are oceans and rocks.
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you come out of your house and >> reporter: there's been quite a buildup to this. back in ril, disney hosted a "star wars" celebration at the ananeim convention center for 1,000 devoted fans. they screened the first trailer featuring a familiar pair. >> we're home. >> reporter: in july, the san diego symphony serenaded fans at comic-con. they were introduced to new cast members and original stars carrie fisher, mark hamill and harrison forward who are reunite ong screen. jason ward is lining up for tickets along with his son named luke after you know who luke skywalker. >> it's luke skywalk per. he's a new. >> i'm luke skywalker. >> if you need a refresher course, disney will be playing all of them marathon style before the new film screens in december. >> i'm doingnghe marathon. m committed. >> reporter: in alex michaelson
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still number one. as the world gets ready for "star wars" a group of lucky kids went to the white house last night to the watch some real stars. >> the obama family hosted astronomy night in an effort to encourage american kids to enjoy the wonders of the universe. serena marshall is in washington with the story. >> reporter:r:e may be president. >> they never let mee tinker with the telescopes.
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rockwhen you guys rrnt around. >> hosting the astronomy night president obama admitting even he needs a helpinghand. >> help meithhis telescope because i don't know what i'm doing. i don't want to break it. the interesting thing the image is inverted. >> it is? >> yeah, it is. my right side is lit up, but if you look through the telescope, up. >> it has a mirror. >> i was just trying to make a point. >> yes, yes. >> more than 300 kids, parents and teachers came out for the event. apriled at getting kidsxcited abououscience and spacac >> as longngs young people like so manan of you who are here tonight keep seeking answers to the great questions, america can do anything. >> reporter: also in attendance,$% bill ni the science guy. 11 astronauts and ahmad muhammad. remember him in last month he was the texas teenager getting arrested for his homemade clock.
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taking president obama up on his invite, but without the clock. telling abc's robin roberts at the time. >> will you bring the clock with you? >> the clock is still in custody wipolice. >> do you want it back? >> i want it back with my humility. >> while he did come empty handed, he was able to get a photo standing beside the presidenen humility and all. president obama used the event to encourage young people like ahmad to engage in the sciences. telling the children that one day, they could be part of the mission to mars in 2030. serena marshall, abc news, washington. it's a good thing he's not running because i could see that in a campaignc worl they don't let me hold the moon rocks. >> or tinker with the telescope. >> oh, bless him, it was really a nice it seems like and science is cool. >> that's the news for this half speaking of cool.
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facebook, wnnfans.com. t ts mornini on "worlrlnews now,"" thenation'sop spy a victim of a cyberattack.k. >>en at suspect is a teenager. how did the teen break into cia director john brennan's personal e-mail account and what private in may have been exposed? the developments overnight. more political hints about joe biden running pore president. why saturday may be an important day to declare. and how a newspaper's website mistakenly posting something that made quite a stir. early release. convicted murderer. oscar pistorius let out of prison.overnight sooner than expect the olympic blade runner. and new orders from the judge.
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while rowing in sync. these these gymym specializing in rowing clalaes are bringing back a once popular sport while giving you a workout challenge. it's tuesday, october 20th. from rabzby abc news, this is "world news now." good morning, everybody. i'm kendis gibson. >> i'm reena ninan. wow, we begin with the hunt for a teenaged hacker who claims to have accessed the personal e-mail of the nation's top spy. this is pretty incredible. you know what i found remarkable? he uses aol. >> he's the one guy that uses an aol account. a few people are using aol. apparently this is what's taken place. one document taken from john brennan's file contains the name of senior interrogation officials along with their social security numbers. pierre thomas reports from d.c. >> reporter: an allegedly young hacker is posting what he claims is personal information about some of the nation's top intelligence officials.
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the hacker, who describes himself as a high school teenager, angry about the plight of the palestinians, says he infiltrated a private e-mail account associated with cia director john brennan that had details of brennan's application for a security clearance. on twitter, the hackers if also releasing the names and social security numbers of other key intelligence officials on the cia director's contact list. the fbi and secret service are actively pursuing the hacker. and they are investigating another claim in which the hackers says he got into a private account of the homeland so far there is no evidence e at classified i iormation was compromised, but these top officials now face the real prospect of additional hacking and data theft. pierre thomas, abc news, washington. not the last we've heard of that. to politics now and the top two gop presidential hopefuls asking the government for secret service protection. the request from donald trump and ben carson being reviewed by the homeland security chief. taxpayers would foot the bill
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for that. such requests are not unusual at this point in the race for front runners. both candidates have made controversial comments about ethnic and religious groups and both are attracting large crowds. > as for the democrats, jimim webbbbay be ready to jump ship. he is now considering running as independenen the former virginia senator is holding a news conference later on today to discussis candidacy. the campaign as well as his views on the political parties. webb repeatedly complained about not getting enough time to talk during last week's democratic debate. he has 1% in the latest national polls. it's still anybody's guess whether joe biden will shake up the race. "the washington post" last night accidentally publishing a story headlined biden to launch a presidential campaign. the story quickly taken down. the paper blamed it op a technical glitch. it's your voice, your vote.
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>> i'm the late joeoebiden. >>. >> reporr: in joe bide within a not so subtle joke before his remarks on climate change. a little help from the white house monday. >> this is an intensely personal decision for anybody to make. he understands the time and pressure he's under. he'll make a decision when he's prepared to make it. >> reporter: recent polling think clinton is a stronger leader but the vp is more likable. they believe the vice president is more honest and trustworthy than the former secretary of state. but clinton is leading the national horse race. a new monmouth university poll shows her at 48%, biden 17. clinton spent the day off the trail. bernie sanders wasn it discussing campaign finance reform and jobs. >> it's not myy style to go around attacking people. on the other hand, we have to lay things on the table. >> reporter: donald trump was on whe campaign trail at a large rally in south carolina. fresh off a round of interviews suggesting george w. bush was to
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trump was at 2 again hitting his rivals and the media. >> this is a movement. this is really a movement, and it's a big movement and a strong movement and we're going to take our country back. it's going to happen. >> reporter: more important deadlines for the vice president. saturday is the jefferson jackson dinner iowa, a key stop for democrats in the 2016 race. kendis and reena. >> kenneth, thank you so much. plannedparenthoods it is going to fight a fundidi cut to its clinics in texas. state h hlth officials yesesrday dropped planned parenthood from the state's med cake program following an invesgation into the undercover of videos in whichhe sale of tissue was discussed. the state ordered the tate to the provide the funding for 14 more days. doan operatorses will soon have to register their devices. government has set up a task force to decide which drones should be registered. there are reports drones have
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the guidelines should be in place in mid-december. some 700,000 drones are expected to be purchased this holiday season. > the fbi investigating after a fight b bke out between two passengers on board a souththst airlines plane. 13 minutes into the flight, to san francisco, the pilot requested an emergency landing back in l.a. eyewitnesss say the trouble started when had a woman reclined her seat. the man behind her not happy about it is accused of choking her. >> the lady who got you know hit was talking about. she said he hit in my my head and choked me. she was really emotional. >> police were waiting when the plane touched down. the man walked off the plane and was questioned but not arrested. flight took off again for san francisco. oscar pistorius is out of prison in south africa. he was released a day earlier than schedulednd has started what could e e up being a years long stayy under house arrest. all fo the death of his
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abc's lauren lyster has the details. >> reporter: oscar pistorius is no longer behind bars but he's still not a free man. pistorious was released from prison after serving nearly a year of his five-year sentence for manslaughter. he'll be under house arrest at his uncle's home. he is the double amputee olympian known as blade runner because he competes on these prosthetic legs. he was acquitted of murder last year for the valentine's day shooting death of his girlfriend, model reva steenkamp in 2013. at his sensational ial, pistorious claimed had he staken her for an indruider and opened fire through their bathroom door.. and h score it was a horrible mistake. >> i did not fire at reena. >> prosecutors say he shot her intentiohally after an argument. >> you armed yourself for the sole purpose of shooting and killing her. >> they have appealed the manslaughter conviction and pistorious could still be convicted of murder by a higher
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in that case, he faces a minimum sentence of 15 years. for now, pistorious must continue court ordered psychotherapy. he must meet with the family of reva steenkamp if they agree. lauren lyster, abc news, los angeles. lamar odom has been moved from a hospital in las vegas to a facility in los angeles. espn reporting the former nba and reality tv star was brought to l.a. last night by a medical helicopter. odom's family says is he art and that his condition is % improving. oh dop was foundunconscious at a brotheln nevada a week ago. a surprise result in the canadian elections. justin trudeau to become the next prime minister. he beat steven hamper, a conservative who ran the country for almost ten years. pierre trudeau was prime minister during the '60s and '70s, then again during the '80s. >> that could have a lot of impact on our politics. we'll see how it plays out. while we're talking about
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canada, there was an i iortant baseball game inn torontoast night. to for detailsls time for sports wiwi the reena. >> this is what you're talking about about international relations. the blue jays needed thione badly against the rosals. they were up 3-2 in the third when they broke the game open with six runs. kansas city scored four of their own in the ninth. but it was a little too late, kendis. toronto wins it, 11-. they trail two games to one. game four this afternoon. >> big showdown. >> boy, this one, it was a messy one for monday night football between the giants and eagles. the teams combined for seven turnovers five of them interessentials. oh, and they were called for 21 total penalties. >> 21 penalties. >> tsk, tsk. in the end, the eagles soared. they won, 27-7. philadelphia also soaring into first place in the nfl east. >> the eagles soared?
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>> that catch was not even close. >> that was the fumble? >> that was a touch down. >> oh, the story was the touch down. who won the game, tell me. >> the eagles won the game. it's not how you win. tony's not over there. it was ugly. >> the eagle soared. that's all anyone needs to know. they won. it's a bird, it's a plane, it's the philadelphia eagles an at number one. coming up, a birth day bash for a4-year-old celebrated at a drugstore. okay. also ahehe a consumer alertrt about proroct reviews posted on amazon.com. even amazon executives cannot trust them. now there's a crackdown. >> and we're rowing in sync to work up a sweat. it's a back to the bakes approach to exercise. this is too exhausting. will it help keep you fit. >> we'll ask kendis. >> check us out behind the scene scene pics on instagram abcwnn. you're watching "world news now." so their wings got clipped. i've got a nice long life ahead.
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ares stemming from volkswagen's up. more than 200 suits have been filed. many claiming volkswagen marked its diesel engine cars as clean alternatives for years knowing the vehicles were cheating tests. vw almost inevitably will have to compensate owners and the company could be forced to buy back the cars all together. amazon going to war with fake online reviewers suing thousands of people who write phony ads. >> many of those fake reviewers have made a business for themselves out of it here's rebecca jarvis. >> reporter: they help you cide where to eat, what to buy, even which retailers to trust. >> amazon suing more than a thousand allegedly fake reviewers offering their services on the online marketplace pfeiffer.com for
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promising an awesome five-star review for just five bucks. satisfaction guaranteed. >> if people start noticing there's a lot of very fake seeming reviews on the website, they're not going to trust amazon and amazon is going to lose the value add. >> i go on fiver, type i i amazon reviews. and just like that, dozens of people offering to write a review for five bucks. amazon calls an the fake reviewers deceiving. they tarnished amazon's brand. fiver says we actively remove services that violate our terms of use and respond promptly to any reports of inappropriate content. >> i spoke to 17-year-old casey sailor two years ago who said she wrote hundreds of glowing reviews for four bucks a pop. >> next day, they were working
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on my bathroom. >> she is not t tesing on fiver and not part of the lawswst. >> i feel like these people are going to pay somebody to bright a review. it might, as well be me. >> have you ever renovated a bathroom? >> no, i'm 17. >> amazon's efforts with this lawsuit will result in fewer fake reviews because it's clear they're getting serious about stopping the problem. >> rebecca jarvis, abc news, new york. >> if i wanted a vanity for my bathroom, it could have and a review bryn by. >> by a 17-year-old. >> 10 to 20% of motel and restaurant reviews might be fake. >> review skeptic.com is the site you can cut and paste the reviews. they'll tell you whetherert's fake or based on. >> so much work. >> it's a lot of work. you got 0 0 work for it. you better work. ming up. >> ru paul. >> i'm glad you caught that one. the latest trend in group
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okay. so spinning, yoga and bar classes have all been the rage the last few years, but there's a new group workout for those looking to mix things up. >> you actually did this workout today. >> yeah. >> you really into it. all you need, you don't need good oars. but genevieve shaw brown explains.
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>> reporter: move over, soul cycle. there's a new decideio workout ming to town. group rowing studios are popping up all around t t natatn and enthusiasts say the trend is all about getting back to bakes. >> rowing used to be the most popular sport in the u.s. there's a resurgence coming back to that kind of things that really work, things that are authentic and true. we've tapped into that and we're riding that wave. >> reporter: no longer the dusty machine in the gym corner, rowing is having a major resurgence even among people like me who have never been on a machine before. >> we get new people all the time and consider that part of our job is to just really kind of get them familiar with the benefits of the rowing machine and get them acquainted with why it's the bestpiece of cardioequipment out there. >> the theseseew studios giviv seasoned rowers aalace to practice the sport they love >> all the camaraderie of rowing
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in an indoor setting. >. >> we've had gold dedal winners. oceanowers@in here, people who are overweight. those people in the same class working as hard as they want to work at the same tempo. >> when you row, you work every single muscle in every stroke. we find a lot of people saying they're getting their hard to reach areas. for a lot of women, that seems to be the back of their body, the arm areas, their butt, hair abs. >> i started coming a year ago and couldn't finish the class. what i found here was thing that changed my body. i dropped ten pounds. i dropped three dress sizeses >> the beautut of rowing when it's done in sport is that the individual can exceed his team. you have to be innnn with each other. we find that synergy happens in this class. >> let's keep that going, guys. >> genevieve sw brown, abc news, new york. two dress sizes. that's a lot. >> that is a lot. i've done it and it is a great workout but it's so boring.
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now it's time for "the mix." nasa has a new operation. operation or mission. they're going to startrt posting on their website every day photososf the earth from about a million miles away from a spacecraft. they've already started doing this. isn't that incredible? look at the blue marble photos of earth. the daily sequence of how earth is seen as it rotates. it will show the whole globe over pretty much the course of the day. >> sort of a throwback to the one well-known blue marble photos from the '70s. >> they're not easy to capture. and nasa thinks that this -- they'ring it will give us new insights into the daily snaps of
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how the earth looks from this far away. >> so a daily photo of zen i guess from nasa. >> yes, it will be taken every 12 to 36 hours and posted. >> i saw something from swswzerland that was creative. thth graphic designer in switzerland rigigd his bike to have this image of an elephant strolling. take a look at an that. you can see how this was put together. he uses a speedometer, a projector and ipad mini to create the shadow. >> wow. that's impressive. >> and straps it to his back and rides his back and people think it's a big elephant coming down the road. >> children and adults entertained for hours on end. >> oh, my god. mostly adults. >> shadow puppet. >> there he goes. >> that is. >> things to do in switzerland. >> speaking of keeping children entertained, a 4-year-old wanted a birthday party. he will sa, frozen theme, dora.
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>> star wars. >> cvs as in the drugstore. she e s very obsessed withcvs. shshsays it's like her heaven because it's fulll of toys and chocolate milk and snacks. >> what about pills? >> she asked her mother if she that's what her mama did. >> they did a cvs theme rty. this was down in arkansas. and the mother is also a blogger. she kind of posted these photos. and looks pretty impressive to me. >> cute or weird? >> a little weird and a little cute into okay. it's a youngster. so you'll let them do as they wish. >> absolutely. >> this is just really cute. this video on youtube. you have this entire tankful of hamsters but yet, there's got to be just that one guy who's got to be a showoff. >> is that real or a toy?y? >> it's the real one who is justt lili drop down and getet your -- hehe doing his dance moves back
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>> that's the news for this half this morning on "world news now," flight fight.. one aiaiine passenger accuseseof choking another. just moments after takeoff, the chaos in the c cin and the dispute over a reclined seat. new this half hour, parents demanding answers after a school bus scare. >> anti-freeze spraying the students during their ride to school. the incident caught on camera, and serious questions about the way the kids were treated. "star wars" frenzy. the two-minute preview shown for the first time just hours ago. new hints about the movie as tickets go on sale two months before the show. and in "the skinny" tabloid target. country music star blake sheldon heads from the stage to the courtroom. the tabloid cover story that outraged him so much, he's filed
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a lawsuit. it's tuesday, october 20th. from abc news, this is "world news now." hey, good morning. i'm reena ninan.n. >> i'm kendis gibson. just checking out "star wars" still trending because of the big trailer premiering during monday night football last night. a lot of people excited about it. >> it was a really good commercial i thought. >> it was a good comrcial trailer d we love the synerg here at disney because it was premiered during espn's monday night football. we'll have more on that, of course, coming up. >> you might turn into c 3 po halfway through the broadcast. >> one of those. absolutely. or e wok. i'm already there. >> we could have used ewok in this case. air rage i guess is what you could call it. alleged. it forced an emergency landing. > it happened shortly after the pilot called the tower asking to return to the aiaiort because of a aaltercation on board the plane. a fleet of police cars was
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details. >> reporter: the southwest jet was only 13 minutes into its flight when the pilot calls the l.a. tower. >> hey, flight attendant just called. evidently we got two passengers that are in a physical altercation, so we need to get >> flight 2010, declaring an emergency. >> reporter: inside the jet, an escalating situation according to southwest. a fight between two passengers. those on board say it was all about a reclining seat. by the man behind her, apparently after putting her >> the lady who got hit was talking about it. she said, he hit me in my head, he choked me. and she was really emotional. >> reporter: police and the fbi were there. and the man, who was n ner restrainin, walked off the plane taken into custody with officers talking g the alleged victim. >> you have to press charges. >> yeah. >> you're going to regret that. >> exactly. but what do i do? i'm going to stay here all night?
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because he's -- >> i'm going to need you. it's a misdemeanor, so i can't >> reporter: we've seen planes in the past. some have been duct taped or hog tied until the jet could land. and those small reclining seats have been a problem. remember the passenger who used those so-called knee defenders to keep the seat in front from being reclined? he got a soda in the face. in that southwest case, the man was questioned and then released but the fbi is still investigating to determine if charges should be filed. >> david kerley, abc, washington airport. teenage hacker who claims to have accessed the personal brennan. the hacker has posted documents online including a list of e-mail addresses reportedly from brennan's contact file. he claims to have hacked the file of homeland security secretary, as well. >> in south africa, olympic
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of prison paroled a day earlier than expected after spending nearly a year behind bars for the death of his girlfriend reva steenkamp. he's now under house arrest and will remain there likely for as prosecutors are appealing his manslaughter conviction hoping to have it changed to murder. if that happens, pistorious would return to prison for 15 years. lamar odom has been moved from a hospital in l l vegas to a facicity in los angeles. he espn reports that the former nba and reality tv tar was brought to l.a. last night by medical helicopter. odom's family says he is alert and that his condition is improving. odom was found unconscious at a brothel in nevada. that was a week ago. a philadelphia demolition contractor has been found guilty of manslaughter for the death of six people in a building collapse. the jury rejected a third degree murder charges south by the prosecutors to said the contractor avoided warnings of an imminent collapse. his mother speaking after the verdict. >> we are so sorry about all the families, the victims and the
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ones that managed to get out alive. my heart hurts every day that this happened for them. >> the cononactor is now facing g a long prison n rm. when h his sentenced next yeye, ththvictims' families haha also filed civil lawsuiui as a result ofofhe collapse. >> a scary scene on a school bus in washington state was caught on camera. dozens of kids were on board whether he a heater hose ruptured in the back of the bus and started leaking anti-freeze. the panic among the children plain to see. >> look! what is that? something out of the bus! >> wow. >> incredible to see just how much panic there was. the parents say they are concerned about the way the incident was handled including the way they were told about it. they say some of the kids had stomach and headaches as well as burning eyes. the parents also claim their children weren't checked at the scene. the school district says none of the kids were sprayed. >> the buses that we purchased
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available to us. and i think thth all consider safety in that we're not going to buy something that's unsafe. >> the district says the bus involved in the incident is seven years old. and that it was -- it has been inspected every summer before school year starts. >> frightening scene there. the government is taking steps to bring order to the chaotic drone-filled skies. a new task force will set up guidelines that will require most drones to be registered . the move comes amid security concerns as well as a spike in sightings by pilots. abc's elizabeth hur with more. >> reporter: if you think you are seeing and hearing about drones a lot more lately, this is why. according to the faa drone sightings have doubled since last year including reports from pilots comomaining about the remote contrololevices flying too close to planes and airports. >> we almost got hit by a drone
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just to let you know up here about 20 feet. >> we just saw a little drone. >> reporter: and others even interfered with firefighting prompting authorities to now drones to register them with the government. >> we intend to take it on to local streets or on to highways, you're expected to register it and operate it safely to protect the public. >> reporter: a newly formed task force will need to iron out the details of when, where and how the new rules also affect drone operators but calls for a speedy resolution are growing louder with an estimated 3/4 million drones expected to be sold as gifts this hololay season. >> theheaa task force is certainly a step in the right direction. but t also need timely decisions. >> reporter: for now, these rules again remain a work in told toys and small drones could be exempted from registering. but all this now up to that new task force to determine and the recommendations is set for next
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kendis and reena, back to you. >> our thanks to elizabeth there. to central texas where crews are keeping an eye on a fire that burned about 60 acres. the fire has been contained but heavy smoke continues to drift through nearby neighborhoods. it may have been started by an unattended campfire. >> over to california, the last of some 200 vehicles have been removed from why 58 where they were trapped by a mudslide from last thursday. a 20-mile long traffic jam including three dozen tractor-trailers followed the slide. heavy equipment remains at the site clearing mud away. that stretch of the major east/west artery could be open again on thursday. major change in the leadership of canada. justininrudeau follolo in his late father's footsteps to become the country's second youngest prime minister. his surprise election ends almost ten years of conservative rule.
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from 1968 to 1984 with only a short interruption. no term limits there. >> not quite. you know, stephen harper served for nine years before resigning last night. more speculation on this side of the border about vice president joe biden. said to be nearing a decision about a run for the white house. the vice president has held conversations with democrats about potential plans to the race. yesterday he appeared d take subtle jabs at hillary clinton as well as busy -- bernie sanders biden saying republicans are friends, not enemies this after clinton listed republicans among her enemies during the debate. criticized those who go after the rich which is a sanders' rallying cry. "theheashington post" is blaming a cocouter glitch for mistakenly reporting that biden had decided to launch his campaign. the story was published on the paper's website last night. it was taken down quickly. but the "post" says it was a so-called shell story prepped to
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program so much i decided to invest." that investment sending the slumping stock soaring. oprah herself making approximately $70 million. the partnership reflects weight watchers efforts to broaden the company's mission to prioritize overall health and wellness. winfrey, who has famously struggled with her weight over the years -- >> it is amazing to me that i can't lift it, but i used to carry it around every day. >> reporter: is a marketing force. the oprah effect seen with books, her favorite things and now on the stock market. winfrey will also join weight watchers as a member, sharing her own personal experiences with the program. mara schiavocampo, abc news, new york. i can't wait to hear her personal experiences. she is just very authentic what she does. i think it's fantastic she's choosing to invest in something she believes in. >> or she's making bank. >> she believes in. authenticity, kendis. >> payday on monday, not bad. >> authenticity. >> coming up, the premiere of the new "star wars" trailer
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magazine following his divorce from miranda lambert. the suit cites a number of intouch" weekly articles. but one cover story seemingly went too far saying shelton is going to rehab. >> the c cplaint filed in l.a. county superior denies he has plpls for rehab. he's seeking at least $1 million in compepeation. jimmy kimmel back home taking his show cross-country to where he grew up, brooklyn, new york. >> last night he started with ballet lessons from misty copeland. putting together an impressive routine with guillermo to open the week in new york city. his first guest, what, bill murray, one upping kimmel's tutu with his own renaissance garb and makeup. the conversation then turned to his beloved chic. >> how many of yououere watching the game last night? [ applause ] >> go cubs. >> okay.
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that works fine here, son. >> tonight's guests include two new york icons, donald trump and brooklyn's own jay-z. >> kimmel is a fan of the new york mets throwing out the first pitch the other night. fans of the hit tv drama "gilmore girls," get ready. the beloved series is getting the netflix treatment. >> the show ended abruptly in 2007. now fans can get the closure they've been longing for. the show the will feature four episodes centering around the mother/daughter duo. you'll be able to stream the original six seasons. >> we love that. we can't forget about the ballroom. last night's "dancing with the stars" saw not one but two three actually perfect scores. >> andy grammer pulled off a flaw rez rendition of "singing *" tamar braxton had a rhythm nation routine.
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"dirty dancing" theme rhumba pulling off that iconic lift. not faring so well was paula deen channeling madonna. >> but this was the moment of the night. >> our producer is joking we wish paula deen did the dirty dancing routine. >> that dance landed her at the bottom of the scororoard leading to her getting the boot from the show but she didn't mind. but the 62-year-old saying she was excited to get home and see her grandchildren. >> she worked hard. it's good. glad to see her there. >> finally, a little more dancing. >> check out drake capping off what was a really big night for canada. releasing the music video for his big "hotline bling." >> he sent twitter in a tailspin with his less than stellar moves. but that doesn't matter because the blue jays won and canada has a new prime minister. >> every since mc hammer, rappers have avoided dancings. they probably should stick to
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moves. you don't need to showcase them. >> since degrassi high, it's all been downhill. >> maybe he'll be in "dancing with the stars" next season.
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so you can breathe and sleep. shut your mouth and say goodnight mouthbreathers. breathe rit >> all right. "star wars" fever kicking into light speed with the release of a new trailer during monday night football. what a smart way to do this. >> it was brilliant. latest glimpse of episode 7, t t force awakens, has certainly awoken the itt teams at many ticketing websites. crashing before jedis and storm troopers could book their seats for the december opening. abc's juju chang has more. >> reporter: a long time ago in a halftime show far, far away, came the longest look yet at the eagerly anticipated "star wars: the force awakens".
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>> i was raised to do one thing. >> reporter: but the force is clearly strong in this one. storm troopers, lightsabers and yes, the millennium falcon all here, teasing what looks to be an action-packed trip back to the darkside. this movie is set roughly 30 years after "return n the jedi" and brings back favorites carrie fisher and harrison ford as hans solo >> it'u true. all of it. >> reporter: and appearing in scenesith new characters portrayed by daisy ridley. oscar isaac, an ex-wing fighter pilot also getting plenty of facetime. and there's adam driver, speaking out here as this movie's bad guy. kilo wren. >> i'll finish what you started. >> >> reporter: still no glimpse of luke skywalker's face. the hero of the original trilogy absent from the movie's poster
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fans to worry. j.j. abrams directed "the force awakens can, the seventh in the series and there's been a steady buildup for any new details about the movie. preorder ticke are available for sale with the sites of some online vendors crashing under the demand. some theaters will be hosting marathon screenings of every film in the series leading up to the movie's debut december 18th. juju chang, abc news, new york. >> it's exciting. >> it is very exciting. scouring the two minutes and 36 seconds. oh, yeah. >> oh, yeah. >> i'm channeling my own samuel l. jackson there. that might be my outfit because trying to get tickets and finally, we got tickets. wee going. >> it's a date for the two of you. >> we're going to get dressed up. what should i wear?
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>> i'm scared. good morning. i'm reena ninan. >> i'm kendis gibson. here are some of the top headlines we're following this morning on "world news now." the biden watch. all eyes are on the vice president as he closes in on a decision about a potential presidential run. he may have already taken his first subtle jabs at the two democratic front-runners. a full report coming up shortly. >> canada has a new leader this morning. justin trudeau following in his late father's footsteps to become the country's prime mi. heefeats conservative e even harpererho led canada for alalst ten years. lamar r om has been moved from the hospital in las vegas toto facility in los angeles. espn reporting he was brought to l.a. last night by medical helicopter.
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brothel in nevada a week ago. and the toronto blue jays broke out their big bats last vight smashing three h%me runs on the way to defeating kansas american league championship game 4 is this afternoon. stories on this tuesday, october 20th. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> and we say good tuesday morning to you. we're going to get started with presidential politics. or possible presidential run. joe biden still keeping everyone guessing about his next step. >> is he or isn't he? as the vice president nea a decision about a possible run, "the washington post" mistakenly reported that he had launched his campaign for president. >> whoops. >> the story quickly vanished from the paper's website and being blamed on a computer glitch. it's your voice, your vovo. and jonathananarl is following biden's every moveve
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>> reporter: a athe white house even president obamamaas bombarded with questions about his vice president. >> we're talking about climate change, guys. >> reporter: biden had nothing to say publicly about 2016, although at a white house event, he diday this -- >> i don't consider repuicans enemies. they're friends. >> reporter: could that have been a swipe at hillary? this is what she said when asked which enemy she is most proud of. >> well, in addition to the nra, the health insurance companies, the drug companies, the iranians -- [ laughter ] probably the republicans. >> reporter: and was this a shot at bernie sanders? >> i'm not one of these guys, you know, let's go after the rich and the powerful, and they're the problem. they're not a problem. >> reporter: a source involved with biden's deliberations told abc news the vp has not made a decision about running for president, but biden has been calling potential supporters. >> how you all doing? >> reporter: over the weekend talking to the head of the influential firefighters union who says he told bidend likely get their support if he
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runs. >> reporter: even biden's closest advisers acknowledge the odds would be stack k d against him. he would bee starting late with the no money, no campaign organizazaon, and way behind in the polls. as for when? they sayaye could drag out hisis decision making until next week. jonathan carl, abc news, the white house. >> if biden joins the race, he may have one less competitor. democratic candidate jim webb considering running as an independent. he's holding a news conference today to discuss his candidacy, the campaign and his views of the political parties. he repeatedly complained about not getting enough talk time during last week's debate. he has 1% in the latest polls. on the republican side, donald trump and ben carson are asking for secret service protection and the requests are being reviewed by the homeland security chief. taxpayers would foot the bill. such requests are not unusual at this point in the raceor frontrunners. both candidates have made controversial comments about ethnic and religious groups and both are attracting large
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crowds. a search under way for a teenager who claims to have accessed the personal e-mail of cia director john brennan. the hacker has posted documents online, including a list of e-mail addresses purportedly from brennan's contact file. no classified information we're told was reved. >> the longtime girlfriend of convicted mobster whitey bulger made a brief appearance in court yesterday. catherine greig pleaded not guilty. to charges she refused to say whether other people helped while he was on n e run. her attotoey says she doesn't know anything. in philadelphia, demolition contractororonvicted of manslaughter for the death of six people in a building llapse. prosecutors had wanted murder convictitis against griffin campbell. they say he shouou have known ththbuilding was about t tcome down. campbell's lawyer blames thehe architect who hired him knowing that he was not qualified. >> and in south africa, olympic theater oscar pistorius isut of prison.
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spending nearly a year behind bars for the death of his girlfriend reva steenkamp. pistious is now under hoe arrest and will remain that way for the next four years. prosecutors are appealing his manslaughter conviction hoping to have it changed to murder. if that happens, pistorious would return to prison for 15 years. and back in this country, police in the cleveland area have released dashcam footage of the scene of a domestic incident involving browns' quarterback johnny manziel. his suv seen here on the side of a road after being pulled over by police. manziel's girlfriend was also in that vehicle. she says both of them had been drinking before having a fight. and on the footage you hear colleen crowley say manziel hit her a couple of times. the whole thing is being called a concern by manziel's coach. >> i get it. i get the concern and the outcry and i know everything with him is magnified times a thousand. you know, he's made a lot of strides.
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and it's -- this is a process for him. and i know it's something that it's upsetting for all of us. >> police also released a picture of a mark on colleen crowley's arm which apparently is from manziel's s tempts to keep her from jumping out of the vehicle. the coupup have not been charged. a case of alleged air ragege forced emergency landing in california. the pilot requested the landing bebeuse of an altercatioio between two passengers. eyewitnesss say it was o or a reclining seat. police cars met the plane e en it landed.d. this morning the fbi is instigating. here's abc's lauren lyster >> southwest 2010. >> go ahead. >> reporter: the southwest jet was 13 minutes into its flight when the pilot called air traffic control. >> hey, flight attendant just called. passengers that are in a physical altercation. we need to get turned around back to l.a.x.
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emergency. >> reporter: inside the jet according to southwest, an escalating situation. a fight between two passengers. some on the flight say it was over a reclining seat, a woman reported she was choked by the man behind her apparently after putting her seat back. >> the lady who got, you know, hit was talking about it. she was going, he hit me in my head and choked me and she was really emotional. >> reporter: the jet returned to l.a.x. police and the fbi were there and the man walked off the plane and was taken into custody with officers talking to the alleged victim. >> yeah. you're going to regret that. >> exactly. but what do i do? i'm going to stay here all night? >> reporter: we've seen reclining seats become an issue in the past. there were the passengers last year who got kicked off a united flight after fighting over use of a so-called knee defender that keeps the see the in front from being reclined.
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questioned and released. the fbi said there was no arrest or charges at this time. the passengers did get to san francisco on another plane. five hours late. lauren lyster, abc news, los angeles. reena, kendis, back to you. >> thanks to lauren there in l.a. a scary scene on a school bus in washington state caught on camera. dozens of kids on board when a heater hose ruptured in the back of the bus. you see it there and started leleing anti-freeze after all of this happened, s se of the kids had stomach and headaches as well as burning eyeses the e rents also claimed t tir children w wen't checked at the e school. the school district says none of the kids w we sprayed and that the bus has been inspected e ery summer before the school year gets under way. . and this tragigiscene in houston at a grocery store. a young mother died while e protecting her child when a car smhed into the store. x people were also injured. police say the elderly driver was pulling out of a parking spot when she hit the reverse and raced backward into that
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lawsuits from vehicle owners stemming from volkswagen's emissions scandal are stacking up against the automaker. more than 200 suits have been filed in the last few weeks. many claiming volkswagen marketed its diesel engine cars as clean alternatives for years % knowing that theehicles were vw almost inevitably will have to compensate owners. some legal experts say that the company could be forced to buy back those cars all together. >> for the past ten days, the price of gas has plunged in some areas it's below $2 a gallon. the nationwide average for a gallon of gas now $2.26, the lowest since february. >> it's 85 cents cheaperhan this time last year. drivers in south carolina and new jersey are paying the lowest just under 2 bucks a gallon. i always love in jersey, they fill it up for you. >> that is one of the great benefit about driving through jersey. >> traffic is one of the other problems. it's a good thing the prices are
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has a little more money to spend on this classic car. it's a doozy. a 1956 ferrari 290 mm, one of just four ever built. >> and the preauction estimate $28 million. >> ouch. >> yes, i said that right. $2 million. makes it one of the most valuable cars ever to be put on the auction block. it was built specifically for a consided one of the best of all time. the car goes on sale in december here in new york city. and this is the toy model? >> it kind of looks like a toy model, doesn't it? that's a pricey car. going to need a little loan, if you don't mind. >> i mind. >> come on. you got . all right. comi up, getting everyone cited about the sun, the moon anthe stars at the white hous >> a also ahead, excitement about a galaxy far, far away. th"star wars" movie premiere st out. d t sudden dash to buy
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in the house that has gluten or sugar. >> reporter: to so-called helicopter parenting where parents hover over their kids' every move. but could overbearing parents be harming their kids? >> kids grow up, they can't do for themselves. they don't have the skills needed in the workplace and have much higher rates of anxiety and depression. >> julie, a former dean of freshmen at stanford university and author of "how to raise an adult," believes parents who hover could be ruining lives of a future generation. >> we have the best of intentions and it leads to harm. >> her claim sparking a debate. one woman writing children should leaven how to solve their own problems. another defending helicopter parents saying if a child is drowning, you're not going to walk away. >> i would never tell a parent to cut your child off and throw them into an unfamiliar place. >> we have to stop doing so much so that they can really begin to
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>> reporter: koorthing to lith overdoing it, there are ways to take a step back. first stop saying "we" when referring to your kids. >> we lose this. i said we. >> yeah, you do that sometimes. >> i'm so sorry. >> reporter: second, stop arguing with the adults in their lives, this includes coaches and teachers. finally, stop doing their homework for them. >> our job as parents is to put ourselves out of a job. good advice there. >> which one are you? >> i think i'm a chinese mom helicopter pilot that -- >> you're a ninja parent. >> i'm a ninja. >> you're all up in their business. they got no room. i'm a believer in like i'll be the cool dad and you can be the helicopter parent. yeah, so it's like a good cop, bad cop. >> good strategy. >> they'll take care of me when i'm 90. you'll be in the home. >> you've got it figured out.
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hang out with "star wars" fans. >> reporter: there's been quite a buildup to this. back in april, disney hosted a "star wars" celebration at the anaheim convention center for 100,000 devoted fans. they screened the first trailer featuring a familiar pair. >> we're home. >> reporter: in july, the san diego symphony serenaded fans at comic-con. they were introduced to new cast members and original stars carrie fisher, mark hamill and harrison ford who are reuniting on screen. jason ward is lining up for tickets along with his son named luke after you know who, luke skywalker. >> like luke skywalker. he's the new luke. >> i'm luke skywalker. >> if you need a refresher course, disney will be playing all of them marathon styty before the new film screens in december. >> i'm doing the marathon. i'm committed. >> i'm alex michaelson for abc news. >> if i could get a couple nights off, i would do the
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>> janet still number one. okay. so as the world gets ready for "star wars" a group of lucky kids went to the white house last night to the watch some real stars. >> the obama family hosted astronomy night in an effort to encourage american kids to enjoy the wonders of the universe. abundance's serena marshall is in washington with the story. >> reporter: he may be president. >> they never let me tinker with the telescopes. they don't let me hold the moon rocks when you guys aren't around. >> reporter: but at the white
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house, hosting the second ever astronomy night, president obama admitting even he needs a helping hand. >> sophie, we need you to come up here and help me with this telescope because i don't know i don't want to break it. is inverted. >> it is? >> yeah, it is. my right side is lit up, but if you look through the telescope, it's the left side that's lit up. >> it has a mirror. as the a reflective one. >> i was just trying to make a point. >> yes, yes. >> more than 300 kids, parents and teachers came out for the event aimed at getting kids excited about science and space. >> as long as young people like so many of you who are here tonight keep seeking answers to the great questions, america can do anything. >> reporter: also in attendance, bill nye, the science guy. 11 astronauts and ahmad muhammad. remember him? last month, he was the text teenager getting arrested for his homemade clock. this month, he's at the white
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house. taking president obama up on his invite, but without the clock. telling abc's robin roberts at the time -- >> will you bring the clock with you? >> the clock is still in custody with the police. >> do you want it back? >> i want it back with my humility. >> while he did come empty handed, he was able to get a photo standing beside the president, humility and all. president obama used the event to encourage young people like ahmad to engage in the sciences. telling the children that one day, they could be part of the mission to mars in 2030. serena marshall, abc news, washington. it's a good thing he's not in a campaign ad. they don't let me hold the moon rocks. >> or tinker with the teled news n >> oh, bless him, it was really a nice event and it seems like science is cool. hour. speaking of cool.
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and later working up a sweat while rowing in sync. these gyms specializing in rowing classes are bringing back a once popular sport while giving you a workout challenge. it's tuesday, october 20th. from abc news, this is "world news now." good morning, everybody. i'm kendis gibson. >> i'm reena ninan. wow, we begin with the hunt for a teenaged hacker who claims to have accessed the personal e-mail of the nation's top spy. this is pretty incredible. you know what i found remarkable? he uses aol. >> he's the one guy that uses an aol account. a few people are using aol. apparently this is what's taken place. one document taken from john brennan's file contains the name of senior intelligence officials, along with their social security numbers. abc's pierre thomas reports from d.c. >> reporter: an allegedly young hacker is posting what he claims is personal information about some of the nation's top
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the hacker, who describes himself as a high school teenager, angry about the plight of the palestinians, says he infiltrated a private e-mail account associated with cia director john brennan that had details of brennan's application for a security clearance. on twitter, the hackers also releasing the names and social security numbers of other key intelligence officials on the cia director's contact list. the fbi and secret service are actively pursuing the hacker. and they are investigating another claim in which the hackers says he got into a private account of the homeland security secretary. so far there is no evidence that classified information was compromised, but these top officials now face the real prospect of additional hacking and data theft. pierre thomas, abc news, washington. >> not the last we've heard of that. to politics, now and the top two gop presidential hopefuls asking the government for secret
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the request from donald trump and ben carson being reviewed by the homeland security chief. taxpayers would foot the bill for that. such requests are not unusual at this point in the race for front runners. both candidates have made controversial comments about ethnic and religious groups and both are attractinlarge crowds. as for the democrats, jim webb may be ready to jump ship. webb is now considering running as an independent._ the former virginia senator is holding a news conference later on today to discuss his candidacy. the campaign as well as his views on the political parties. webb repeatedly complained about not getting enough time to talk during last week's democratic debate. he has 1% in the latest national polls. it's still anybody's guess whether joe biden will shake up the race. "the washington post" last night accidentally publishing a story headlined biden to launch a presidential campaign. the story quickly taken down. the paper blamed it on a technical glitch. it's your voice, your vote.
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abc's kenneth moton has the latest. >> i'm the late joe biden. >> reporter: vice president joe biden with a not so subtle joke before his remarks on climate change. a little help from the white house monday. >> this is an intensely personal decision for anybody to make. he understands the time and pressure he's under. he'll make a decision when he's prepared to make it. >> reporter: recent polling think clinton is a stronger leader but the vp is more likable. they believe the vice president is more honest and trustworthy than the former secretary of state. but clinton is leading the national horse race. a new monmouth university poll shows her at 48%, biden 17. clinton spent the day off the trail. bernie sanders was on it in iowa, discussing climate change, campaign finance reform and jobs. >> it's not my style to go around attacking people. on the other hand, we have to lay things on the table. >> reporter: donald trump was on the campaign trail at a large rally in south carolina. fresh off a round of interviews
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blame for the 9/11 attacks, trump was at it again, hitting his rivals and the media. >> this is a movement. this is really a movement, and it's a big movement and a strong movement and we're going to take our country back. it's going to happen. >> reporter: more important deadlines for the vice president. saturday is the jefferson jackson dinner in iowa, a key stop for democrats in the 2016 race. kendis and reena. >> kenneth, thank you so much. planned parenthood says it is going to fight a funding cut to its clinics in texas. state health officials yesterday dropped planned parenthood from the stiet -- state's medicaid program. the undercover of videos in which the sale of tissue was the state ordered the state to the provide the funding for 14 more days. drone operators will soon have to register their devices. government has set up a task force to decide which drones should be registered. there are reports drones have
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the guidelines should be in place in mid-december. some 700,000 drones are expected to be purchased this holiday season. the fbi investigating after a fight broke out between two passengers on board a southwest airlines plane. 13 minutes into the flight, to san francisco, the pilot requested an emergency landing back in l.a. eyewitnesss say the trouble started when a woman reclined her seat. the man behind her not happy about it is accused of choking her. >> the lady who got you know hit was talking about. she said he hit in my head and choked me. she was really emotional. >> police were waiting when the plane touched down. the man walked off the plane and was questioned but not arrested. flight took off again for san francisco. oscar pistorius is out of prison in south africa. he was released a day earlier than scheduled and has started what could end up being a year's long stay under house arrest.
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all for the death of his girlfriend. abc's lauren lyster has the details. >> reporter: oscar pistorius is no longer behind bars but he's still not a free man. pistorious was released from prison after serving nearly a year of his five-year sentence for manslaughter. he'll be under house arrest at his uncle's home. pistorius is the double amputee olympian known as blade runner because he competes on these prosthetic legs. he was acquitted of murder last year for the valentine's day shooting death of his girlfriend, model reva steenkamp in 2013. at his sensational trial, pistorius claimed he had mistaken her for an intruder and opened fire through their bathroom door. and he swore it was a horrible mistake. >> i did not fire at reena. >> prosecutors say he shot her intentionally after an argument.
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>> you armed yourself for the sole purpose of shooting and >> they have appealed the pistorious could still be convicted of murder by a higher court. in that case, he faces a minimum for now, pistorious must continue court ordered he must meet with the family of reva steenkamp if they agree. los angeles. lamar odom has been moved from a hospital in las vegas to a facility in los angeles. espn reporting the former nba and reality tv star was brought to l.a. last night by a medical helicopter. odom's family says is he alert and that his condition is improving. odom was found unconscious at a brothel in nevada a week ago. a surprise result in the canadian elections. justin trudeau to become the next prime minister. he beat steven harper, a conservative who ran the country for almost ten years. pierre trudeau was prime '70s, then again during the '80s.
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impact on our politics. while we're talking about canada, there was an important baseball game in toronto last night. to for details time for sports >> this is what you're talking about international relations. badly against the royals. they were up 3-2 in the third when they broke the game open with six runs. kansas city scored four of their own in the ninth. but it was a little too late, kendis. they trail two games to one. game four this afternoon. >> big showdown. boy, this one, it was a messy one for "monday night football." between the giants and eagles. the teams combined for seven turnovers five of them interceptions, and they were called for 21 total penalties. >> 21 penalties. >> tsk, tsk. in the end, the eagles soared. they won, 27-7. philadelphia also soaring into first place in the nfl east.
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>> that catch was not even close. >> you get it it, the eagles soared? >> that was the fumble? >> that was a touchdown. >> oh, the story was the touchdown. who won the game, tell me. >> the eagles won the game. it's not how you win. tony's not over there. it was ugly. >> the eagle soared. that's all anyone needs to know. they won. it's a bird, it's a plane, it's the philadelphia eagles an at number one. coming up, a birth day bash for a 4-year-old celebrated at a drugstore. >> okay. also ahead a consumer alert about product reviews posted on amazon.com. even amazon executives cannot trust them. now there's a crackdown. and we're rowing in sync to work up a sweat. it's a back to basic approach to exercise. this is too exhausting. will it help keep you fit. >> we'll ask kendis. >> check us out behind the scene pics on instagram abcwnn. you're watching "world news now."
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offering their services on the online marketplace fiverr.com for posting ads like this one promising an awesome five-star review for just five bucks. satisfaction guaranteed. >> if people start noticing there's a lot of very fake seeming reviews on the website, they're not going to trust amazon and amazon is going to lose the value add. >> i go on fiverr, type in amazon reviews. and just like that, dozens of people offering to write a review for five bucks. it's a complaint amazon calls the fake reviewers deceiving. they tarnished amazon's brand. fiverr says we actively remove services that violate our terms of use and respond promptly to any reports of inappropriate content. i spoke to 17-year-old casey
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>> i'm glad you caught that one. the latest trend in group workouts. rowing is one of america's forms of exercise but you don't need a boat to get in shape. why they're now saying rowing is kind of like the new spinning. ahead in our next half hour, the force awakens. "star wars" fans go crazy over the new trailer just released and whether you're using the force for good or the darkside getting a ticket to the movies, two months from now can be a problem. you're watching "world news now." "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations. when i starled taking care of mom, i didn't realize the challenge of playing so many roles. but above all, i'm still... her daughter. [announcer] visit aarp.org/caregiving to connect with experts and other caregivers. together we can better care for ourselves,
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okay. the name jog yoga and bar so spinning, yoga and bar classes have all been the rage the last few years, but there's a new group workout for those looking to mix things up. >> you actually did this workout today. >> yeah. >> you really into it. all you need, you don't need good oars. but genevieve shaw brown explains. >> reporter: move over, soul
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coming to town. group rowing studios are popping up all around the nation and enthusiasts say the trend is all about getting back to basics. >> rowing used to be the most popular sport in the u.s. there's a resurgence coming back to that kind of things that really work, things that are authentic and true. we've tapped into that and we're riding that wave. >> reporter: no longer the dusty machine in the gym corner, rowing is having a major resurgence even among people like me who have never been on a machine before. >> we get new people all the time and consider that part of our job is to just really kind of get them familiar with the benefits of the rowing machine and get them acquainted with why it's the best piece of cardio equipment out there. >> reporter: for everyone in dallas, these new studios give seasoned rowers a place to practice the sport they love.
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in an indoor setting. >> we've had palestinianss -- olympians in here, gold medal winners. ocean rowers in here, people who are overweight. those people in the same class working as hard as they want to work at the same tempo. >> when you row, you work every single muscle in every stroke. we find a lot of people saying they're getting their hard to reach areas. for a lot of women, that seems to be the back of their body, the arm areas, their butt, their abs. >> i started coming a year ago what i found here was thing that changed my body. i dropped ten pounds. i dropped three dress >> the beauty of rowing when individual can exceed his team. other. we find that synergy happens in >> let's keep that going, guys. >> genevieve shaw brown, abc news, new york. >> two dress sizes. that's a lot. >> that is a lot. i've done it and it is a great workout but it's so boring.
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now it's time for "the mix." nasa has a new operation. i guess you could call it, operation or mission. they're going to start posting on their website every day photos of the earth from about a million miles away from a spacecraft. they've already started doing this. >> that looks great. >> isn't that incrediblele look at the blue marare photos of earth. the daily sequence of how earth is seen as it rotates. it will show the whole globe over pretty much the course of the day. >> sort of a throwback to the one well-known blue marble photos from the '70s. >> yes, and they're not easy,
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and nasa thinks that this will give us new daily insights into the daily snaps of how the earth looks from this far away. >> so a daily photo of zen i guess from nasa. >> yes, it will be taken every 12 to 36 hours and posted. >> i saw something from switzerland that was creative. this graphic designer in switzerland rigged his bike to have this image of an elephant strolling. take a look at that. you can see how this was put together. he uses a speedometete a projector and ipad m mi to create t t shadow. >> wow. that's impressive. >> and straps it to his back and rides his back and people think it's a big elephant coming down the road. >> children and adults entertained for hours on end. >> oh, my god. mostly adults. >> shadow puppet. >> there he goes. >> that is. >> things to do in switzerland. speaking of keeping children
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wanted a birthday party. elsa, "frozen" theme, dora. >> "star wars." >> cvs as in the drugstore. she was very obsessed with cvs. she says it's like her heaven because it's full of toys and chocolate milk and snacks. >> what about pills? >> she asked her mother if she could do a cvs theme party and that's what her mama did. >> they did a cvs theme party. >> yes, you see right there. isn't that cute? this was down in arkansas. and the mother is also a ogger. shshkind of posted thesesehotos. and looks pretty impmpssive to me. >> cute or weird? >> a little weird and a little cute. >> okay. it's a youngster. so you'll let them do as they wish. >> absolutely. >> this is just really cute. this video on youtube. you have this entire tankful of hamsters but yet, there's got to e just that one guy who's got to be a showoff. >> is that real or a toy? >> it's the real one who is just like drop down and get your --
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>> that's a litt making news in america this morning, the wait for joe biden's decision for a possible presididtial run. ter setting and passing deadlines, new hikes in the speculation. is he in or out? we're live in washington. breaking overnight, oscar pistorius released from custody after spending one year behind bars for killing his rlfriend. coululhe go back to prison? developing now, a muiriraculous turnaround for lamar odom. breathing on his own and flown to another location overnit, the new details just in. and "star wars: the force awakens,, the lightsabers and princess leia. websites crashing and the fans
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a time. hey, good tuesday morning with you. we begin with the rampant speculation about what joe biden is about to announce. >> the vice president is nearing a decision on a potential run for theehite house but whatt he'll say and whehe he's say it, well, it's anybody's guess. >> "the washington post" jumped the gun last night accidentally publishing a story headlined "biden to launch a presidential campaign." the story quicklyly taken down and the paper blamed it on a technical glitch, and abc's stephanie ramos is in washington with more on biden's next move, oh, lots of tongues wagging. >> reporter: that's definitely true. good morning, reena and kendis. still no word as to whether or not vice president joe biden will run, but he is under some intense pressure as to whether or not he'll jump into this race for president. will he or won't he e in the 2016 presidential rara? that is still the biggest
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president joe biden. >> this is an intensely personal decision for anybody to make. he understands the time and pressure he's under but he will make a decision when he's prepared to mama it. >> reporter: everyone but biden is weighinin on the decision especially supporters. >> it's about respect. >> reporter: two videos out, lots of questions. >> have you made your decision yet? >> reporter: and still no decision. but how about this? subtle comebacks from biden potentially aimed at the two mocratic front-runners, hillary clinton and bernie sanders. >> i don't consider republicans enemies. they're friends. >> reporter: a possible response to clinton's debate answer when proud of. >> probably the republicans. >> reporter: clinton later calling her answer tongue in cheek, and was this for the self-described democratic socialist bernie sanders? >> i'm not one of these guys, the rich and powerful and they're not a problem.
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>> reporter: polling on the democratic side voters think hillary clinton is a stronger leader than biden but the vp is more likable. we've learned biden recently sat down with potential supporters and democrats in early states, so we should hear a decision from him any day now patiently if there is such a thing. back to you. >> we have been patiently awaiting. stephanie ramos live in washington. thanks, steph. >eems like we've been waiting a long time. on the republican side the two top gop presidential hopefuls are asking the government for secret service protection. the request from donald trump and ben carson being reviewed by the homeland security secretary and taxpayers would foot the bill for this. such requests are not unusual for front-runners at this point in the race. both candidates have made controversial comments about ethnic and religious groups, and both are attracting large crowds. democratic presidential candidate jim webb may be ready to jump ship. webb is now considering running as an independent, and he's holding a nence today
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webb repeatedly complained about not getting enough talk time during last week's democratic debate. well, historor elections north of t t border overnight with a landslide victory. justin trudeau becomes canada's second youngest ever prime minister. his liberal party agenda includes legalizing marijuana and taking in more refugees and beat out conservative stephen harper who had been in office for nearly ten years. the 43-year-r-d trudeau is following in his fafaus father's footsteps. pierre trudeau was prime minister for much of the '70s and '80s. and in south olympic athlete oscar pistorius is out of prison and was paroled yesterday, a day earlier than expected after spending nearly a year behind bars for the death of his girlfriend, reeva steenkamp. pistorius is now under house arrest and will remain that way for the next four years. prosecutors are appealing his manslaughter conviction hoping to have it changed to murder. if that happens, pistorius would return to prison for 15 years. and back in this country
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overnight, lamar odom has reportedly been discharged from a hospital in las vegas and moved to a facility in los angeles. espn reports that the former nba and reality tv star s brought to l.a. last night by medical helicopter. odom's family says he is alert and that his condition is improving. odom was found unconscious at a brothel in nevada a week ago. well, japan has confirmed the first case of cancer linked to work at the fukushima nuclear plant. that facility suffered a meltdown in march of 2011 after the catastrophic earthquake and tsunami. a worker at the plant now being treated for leukemia. shares in tokyo electric dropped about 5% on the news as experts say it could open the door to huge lawsuits. under investigation this morning, the security breach involving t t personal e-mail of cia director john brennan. a teenagaghackers claims to have accessedhe account which included details about brennan's security clearance. the hacker also released names and social security numbers of other key intelligence officials
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list. the fbi and the secret service now actively searching for that teenager. planned parenthood says it is going to fight aunding cut totots clinini in texas. state officials yesterday dropped planned parenthood from the state's medicare program following an investigation into those undercover videos in which the sale of tissue was discussed. a similar battle is being fought in louisiana where a judge ordered state funding to continue for at least two more weeks. more heavy rains have made quite a mess in southern california. flash floods rushed through streets in at least one los angeles neighborhood. some drivers were stopped in their tracks, as you can see. to try to clear the drains. the water receded quickly leaving a muddy mess in its wake. that rain clears out of southern california today, but the storms move on to nevada and the southwest, as well as the e rockies. flash flooding possible. well, it appears george h.w. bush is recovering well from his
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overnight, the ex-president's spokesman tweeted this picture. it shows h.w. holding his new biography called "destiny and power." for the first time in months he is seen without his neck brace. that's really a great sight. >> just had it a week ago at the baseball game. good to see that he's imprpring. stililahead, the "star wars" moving breaking the internet as tickets officially go on sale overnight. and a major maunction. a school bus packed with students sprayed with antifreeze. how it all happened and why parents are outraged. plus, springing into action, a young boy in a river finds himself in trouble. the dramatic rescue caught on camera. terry bradshaw? what a surprise! you know what else is a surprise? shingles. and how it can hit you out of nowhere. i know. i had it. c'mon let's sit down and talk about it. and did you know that one in three people will get shingles? (all) no. that's why i'm reminding people
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well, thihi is at forced lifeguards to close a popular california beach. a hammerhead spotted offshort in newport beach, the second sighting there in a month. el nino is drawing the sharks further north than usual. well, drone operators will soon have to register their devices. a new government task force will decide which drones must be registered and how. sightings by pilots have dououed since last year and there are reports that drones have interfered with firefighting. the new guidelines should be in place in mid-december, some 700,000 drones are expected to e purased this holiday season. oprah winfrey is taking a big stake in weight watchers. the known for her own struggles with weight has bought 10% of the company for some $43 million. she'll also have a seat on the board. winfrey plans t t help the companybroaden its mission to
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weight watchers stock rose 105% on monday alone following the anbouncement. more than 200 lawsuits have been filed against volkswagen in the last few weeks, all stemming from its emissions scandal. in many of them vehicle owners claim volkswagen marketed its diesel engine cars as clean alternatives. for years knowing the vehicles were cheating emission tests. vw wilil almost inevitably have to compensatat owners and they could be forced to buy back the vehicles all together. the gas price has plunged and some areas have it below $2 a gallon. the average, 2.26, the lowest since february, it's 85 cents cheaper than this time last year. drivers in south carolina, new jersey are paying the lowest. we're talking just under 2 bucks a gallon. it's like '60s a a over again. when we come ck, air rage, a fight over a reclining seat forcing an emergency landing.
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scene clearing the mud away as yoyo can see. that stretch of highway, 58, a major east/wt artery north of l.a. could re-open thursday. checking other roadways rain could cause trouble in soutest and up through the rockies along the great lakes also. if you're flying, airport delays possible once again in phoenix. well, this morning the fbi is investigating after a fight broke out between two passengers on board a southwest airlines plane. >> it was 30 minutes into the flight from san francisco. the pilot requested an emergency landinggack in.a. eyewitnesses say the trorole started d en a womom reclined her seat. the man behind her was not happy. he's now accused of choking her. comedian mark curry was on board. >> the lady who go you know, hit was talking about it. she was saying he hit me in my head and choked me and she was really emotional. >> police cars were waiting when the plane touched down. the alleged attacker walked out
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the flight took off again for san francisco. well, new developments after the release of this dramatic video of a texas driver appearing tooeer into passing motorcycle motorcycle. at driver now faces two counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. he's due to appear in court later today. even though he can be heard on the video saying i don't care, when confronted about the incident the driver now says he swerved after being bitten by a spider. police in cleveland have released another bit of dash cam of the scene of a domestic incident involving johnny manziel. his girlfriend was also in the vehicle and said both had been drinking b bore having a fight. police report indicices crowley accusus manziel o o pushing her head against the window. >> he hit me a couple of times. >> while you were in the car.
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>> a police also released a photo of a mark on colleen's arm which apparently is from manziel's attempts to keep her from jumping out of the vehicle. in charges filed in the case. a group of students on a school bus in washington state got quite a scare. >> open the window. open the window. >> what is it? >> we don't know. >> that was reaction when a heater hosee ruptured and stararng leaking antifreezeze after it happeneddome of the kids had stomachs and headacheses as well as burning eyes. the parenen claim their children weren't checked at the scene. the school district says none of the kids were sprayed and that the 7-year-old bus is inspected every summer before school starts. well, a dramatic rescue caught on cam in texas. ems cadets getting a lesson they didn't expect. their commander stopped teaching their swift water awareness class to save a drowning boy. commander craig smith bulled the boy to safety after seeing him fall off his inner tube and
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the entire rescue was caught on helmet cam. pretty remarkable. >> good to see he's all right after that. now some sports. a baseball doublbleader goingng on totoy. action in both league championshsh series. >> and last night it was baseball and football. highlights now from our guys at espn. >> good morning, welcome to our "sportscenter" set in los angeles. i'm stan verrett. this is neil everett. playoff baseball trumps monday night football. >> it does because we say it does. this is toronto. these are toronto's fans. kansas city's fans were acting like that when they were in kansas city. toronto had not acted like this since the series began. this is their first home run since bautista went bat flip to get into this series. tulowitzki goes yard, the royals mama it close at the enen ries advantage. giants and eagles. chip kelly. >> hi, chip.
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>> chip kelly and at home at home for this. eli manning started out great, completed his first ten passes. threw it to the wrong guy, nolan carroll pick six, eagles up 14-7. manning with a pair of interceptions in this game. sam bradford had three interceptions but demarco murray looked like the dallas demarco murray in this, 22 carry, 109 yards and a touchdown. eagles win it 27-7 knotted 3-3 on top the nfc east. >> we taped this during a commercial break during our "sportscenter" show. how is that for efficient? >> back to you. >> we'll takak it,, folklk >> yep. > up next in "the pulse," "the force awakens" and fans can't get enough, the newtrailer, the ticket sales. even crashing websites. plus, going viral. a first lady photo bomb. fortunately, many have found a different kind of medicine that lowers blood sugar.
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oh,, love thatt sic. >> yes. >> time now for "the pulse" and we start with the two minutes and 36 seconds that's all the rage this morning. >> absolutely. and, of course, we're talking about the new trailer for the upcoming "star wars" movie which debuted overnight. >> it starts with the characters whose face is covered. we see him or her in action before several shots in a desert hand scape and evil from the evil kylo wren. >> i will finish what you started. >> those stories about what happened happened. >> it's true. all of it. >> ooh.
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harrisis ford in his roles han solo. aerial battles we've become familiar with and finishehe with the voice that says "the force in." >> very intriguing. the trailer includes the first glimpse of carrie fsher looking sad there in her role as princess leia. we see her embrace hans solo but just like the new movie poster a certain luke skywalker is nowhere to be scene. we'll have to be seen the premiere to find out. >> look forward to watching it. fandango s selling tickets beforehand and so many people flooded the website it quickly crashed. amc theaters and movietickets.com going down for a time. >> i guess there were some minions involved. fans were on a buying frenzy in theaters. this fan bought 175 tickets at the imax in nevada. another guy in line purching
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he's just going to have to find 149 friends. >> that's quitete a lot of friends but it looks incredible andnd i can't waiai to see itit >> yeah, but a lot of people lking about itit and a lotf chatttt still. first lady michele baem mixing work and play as she welcomes some of the top internet celebrities to the white house. >> better make room. >> she crashed a vine video and had a great time making funny faces and poses for silly selfies including vine clean lele pons. >> time to make room for bettermove.org to continue teens to continue their education after high school. and there's something to be said for sticking to your story no matter what. going viral a lesson in conviction. >> jack, did you eat a cupcake? >> no. >> you didn't eat a cupcake. >> no, i was at home.
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listerine(r). power to your mouth ! checking our top stories, the world is still awaiting word from vice president joe biden said to be nearing a decision about a possible presidential run. abc news has learned biden has been holding talks with select democrats. >> oscar pistorius is at his uncle's home this morning starting what's supposed to be four years of house arrest. it's for the death of his girlfriend, pistorius spent nearly a year in prison after being convicted of manslaughter. espn reports lamar odom has been flown from a los angeles hospital to one in l.a. he's recovering after being found unconscious at a brothel in nevada a week ago today. looking at today's weather, a big warm-up in the east, midwest, showers along the great lakes, rain and storms from the southwest up through the rockies. flash flooding possible. and on this morning when
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there's so much talk about "star wars," some lucky kids were at the white house last night stargazing. >> the first family hosted the second ever astronomy night named at inspiring the next generation and abc's serena marshall was there. >> reporter: he may be president -- >> they never let me tinker with the telescopes. they don't let me moon thing ares when you aren't around. >> reporter: hosting the second ever astronomy night president obama admitting even he knees a helping hand. >> young lady sophie, we need you to come up here and help me with this telescope. the interesting thing, the images is inverted. >> it is? >> yeah, it is. my right side is lit up but if you look through the telescope it's the left side that's left up. >> it has a myer. it is a reflective one. >> i was just trying to make a point. >> yes, yes. >> reporter: more than 300 kid, parents and teachers came out for the event aimed at kidding gets excited about science and space.
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>> as long as young people like so many of you that are here tonight keep seeking answers to the great questions, america can do anything. >> reporter: also in attendance bill nye the science guy, 11 astronauts and ahmed mohamad, remember him, last month he was the texas teenager getting arrested for his homemade clock. this month he's at the white house taking president obama up on his invite but without the clock telling abc's robin roberts at the time. >> will you bring the clock with you? >> the clock is still in the custody with the police. >> do you want it back? >> i want it back with my humility. >> reporter: while he did come empty-handed he was able to get a photo standing beside the president hu milty and all. >> what a sweet story. >> yeah, fun night for all those kids there. >> that's what's making news in america this morning. >> stay with us for "good
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have a great tuesday, everyone. making news in america this morning, the wait for joe biden's decision for a possible presidential run. after setting and passing deadlines, new hikes in the speculation. is he in or out? we're live in washington. breaking overnight, oscar pistorius released from custody after spending one year behind bars for killing his girlfriend. could he go back to prison? developing now, a muiriraculous turnaround for lamar odom. breathing on his own and flown to another location overnight, the new details just in. and "star wars: the force awakchewie, the lightsabers and princess leia. websites crashing and the fans
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