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ne t >> this morning on world news now deep freeze settling over much of the country reaching deep and making driving in some regions treacherous. the latest forecast of when relief may be coming just ahead. >> remember an eagle, the sad passing frye founder of the eagles, his death at the age of 67 voicing another iconic loss earlier this year, what being an eagle meant to him. >> new this half hour, hollywood der fresh fire from within. >> just weeks away from this year's academy awards growing anger over what's being called the lack of diversity in this
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least two black stars saying they plan to boycott the oscars. >> fresh drama has unfolded in week throw of the "bachelor "with one finding a target on her back. we'll have a complete wrap up on this tuesday, january 19th. i've watched the "bachelor". >> i love it. >> the girl got her own single date, like reality chance, i ha a better chance of getting an oscar nomination, the black girls never win, but that was great. >> really? >> no. >> looks can be deceiving. >> she got some progress. jack will give us real update to see how far. >> we'll look forward to it. >> absolutely. >> are you paving the way for yourself? >> i'm hoping.
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[ laughter ] >> we'll get right to the stop story, chillier story, the arctic blast gripping the midwest and spreading east ward as the temperatures are awful. >> winter has arrived, folks. it is only getting started. we'll get some more from gio benitez benitez. >> freezing guardrails on the great lakes, steam rising from the ice as this vessel pours in. that pipe freezing dangerous cold marching east where the first snow fall finally hit for massachusetts to new york, more than enough to wreak havoc on the road. icy over pass to blame for that 14-car pile up leaving at least 10 injured. >> you'll have to be extra careful on those bridges and overpasses, they can be up to six degrees cooler than the road down below.
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first. >> police say drivers following too closely led to deadly pile ups. >> what i saw were people that were traveling with less than one car length between them and the vehicle in front of them at high speeds. >> gino benitez abc news new york. >> that cold world is going to cause snow. >> quite possible. good morning, paul. >> thanks candace, you know, in the deep south they might call this down right rude hoping that mother nature raised this up. cold air deeps into the deep south and will stay at least chilly and cool conditions will persist throughout florida. in the evening time, the coldness of air will lift to the northwest, milder air that will move towards the lower mississippi valley region, more snow showers to the west and northern rocky mountain states
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that's going to keep california on the wet side big time. additional snow showers through the central portions between 3-6 louis. >> thank you. days after the deaths of natalie coal and david bowling, fans now mourninother musical, eagles cofounder glen frye who died yesterday. he cowrote many of the group's easy." frye was 67. he had faced several health challenges over the past few years. we'll have more reaction to the death of glen frye coming up later in this half hour. >> mayor of flint, michigan will be in washington. back in flint, two new class action lawsuits will be announced holding the state governor responsible amid a citifinancial crisis in april 2014, the state decided to save
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the led levels have risen since then. >> >>. protesters caused a nightmare in the bay area. it froze traffic on one side of the bay bridge, members of the black sea drove five cars on to the bridge and then stopped one in each lane, then they strung, the groups demands include the firing of city officials in san francisco as well as oakland. politics now, first donald trump at liberty university, he vowed to protect christianity. it's called 2 corinthians. he used the world hell, not the hell out of isis. they mostly forgave his politically incorrect antics.
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>> the british parliament was debating whether to ban trump from visiting. they did so half a million people ask that he be excluded to ban muslims. so trump is still free to visit. >> still have to go over the new testament sequel. >> you crack yourself up, right? with. the fireworks from the democratic debate are still ecoing, some loud back and forth with the iowa caucuses less than two weeks, the clinton camp knows it's going to be a nail biter. >> reporter: bernie sanders saying those attacks nothing personal. >> hillary clinton and i have differences of opinion. it's called democracy, i'm not into personal attacks. >> tell me why. >> reporter: the sharp words in south carolina. >> regulators, a sign of just how tight this race is and the bitter battle ahead.
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strategy boiled down to one name. >> president obama has led our country out of the great recession, that is one of the greatest accomplishments of president obama. >> i'm doing to defend president obama. >> she referenced president obama 13 times, trying to tap into his popularity with the democratic base. clinton making a big push for african-american voters supporting black lives matters and addressing that water crisis in flint, michigan. >> and i think every single american should be outraged. we've had a city in the united states of america where the population, which is poor in many ways and majority african-american, has been drinking and bathing in led contaminated water. >> reporter: sanders coming down hard on clinton with his key issue, wall street's hold on washington. >> secretary clinton, you're not the only one, you perceived over
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goldman sachs in one year. >> reporter: promising not to throw any personal punches at her husband, when asked whether bill clinton's pass should matter. >> that question annoys me. i cannot walk down the reet, secretary clinton knows without being told how much i have to attack secretary clinton. >> we've been through this, his behavior was deplorable, have i ever said a word, secretary clinton, governor o'malley are the issues facing american people not bill clinton's personal behavior. >> reporter: hillary clinton was asked what kind of role her husband would place, his place in the white house would start right with her at the kitchen table and they would figure it out from there. abc news, new york. >> details about what mexico is keeping is doing to keep el chapo from escaping again since
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he was moved seven times, there are more than 30 cells to which he can be moved by guards with cameras. new cameras make sure that there are no blind spots. >> let's hope. don mcclain has been arrested for domestic violence. police in maine say they were called to his home after his arrest, by t way, he posted $10,000 bail and was released. american pie, you recall, was more of a hit back in the early '70s. another celebrity in trouble, stephanie seymore arreed for dui, police say she was drunk when she backed her range rover into another car on highway exit ramp friday night. she's going to be back in court early next month. >> she was the bride of that, my favorite music videos ofll time.
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when someone is arrested. >> nice job. >> i asked for it. >>. it was a rematch of last spring championship series it didn't go well, before the game golden state steph curry posted about winning the title saying he hoped he would still smell the champagne in the visitor's locker room. >> no surprise that he and cavs' star lebron james got into it in the first quarter. it didn't matter, he finished with 35 points as warriors conquered, but a beat down on the cavs 132-98. >> okay. >> and this, pretty much sums up sports in cleveland. >> oh, it's so wrong. >> one fan there at the game dozing off, the other one picking a winner, or maybe indicating they'll get the second pick in the draft. >> that's what he was saying,
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>> commenting about it. last night's episode "the bachelor" going from the group day to the hot to be. >> threatening to boycott the oscars over the lack of diversity among this year's nominees. >> world news now weather brought to you by lysol wipes. human coronavirus... hepati- >>c virus. there are a lot of different kinds of yucky germs. but not all disinfecting wipes... are approved to kill the same number of them. lysol wipes are approved to kill more types of germs than clorox. don'pick just any wipe. try that one! this cold and flu season lysol that. >> i'm alex trebek.
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unbelievable. he said the pole was about 6 inches from his head on impact. he said it was god that saved his life. look at that. >> wow! >> wow. hollywood is facing growing outrage from within as its high holy days draws closer to the academy awards. >> high holy days. speak lee and jada pin ket smith saying they're boycotting the oscars for what they call a lack of diversity. here now is lindsey davis. >> >> reporter: more stars choose martin luther king day to take a stand about the lack of diversity. >> i will not be at the academy awards. >> on facebook the actress expressing her plans to boycott the show. also not attending director spike lee released a statement questioning how is it possible for the second consecutive year all 20 contenders are white, the
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again with the revelation for a second year only white actors are considered for the most coveted award. snubbed for nominations this year, edris el bah, will smith and michael b jordan. the only nomination is sylvester stallone, who decides the nominees, long held secret. in 2012 found they're 94% caucasian and 77% male with blacks only accounting for about 2%. the big screen has a lot of catching up to do when it comes to tv where a record 18 black performers got nominated last year for emmy awards. lindsey davis, abc news, new york. >> i should point out late last night the academy president first african-american in that job released a statement saying, why they celebrate the achievements, she is heart broken and frustrated about the lack of diversity.
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economy is now taking dramatic steps to alter the make up of its membership. interesting to see how this plays out. >> tyler perry nomination next year. when we come back. who got the rose last night
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folks, this was not the bar clay's primitive league, let's put it that way by any stretch of the imagination, not even quite high school, to be honest, any way that team won 4 3.4-3. do we have the lauren b. in the bike lane? lauren b., as you might recall. is a flight attendant. she knows her way around a plane or two, all right. it should be noted that bachelorn and lauren b. really hit it off. when they got back on the ground, they wound up in the hot tub. >> oh. >> of course, they did. >> out in the middle of nowhere. >> i'm surprised there's a hot tub on the plane. >> they never know. it's a long season, you know, lauren b. is the analyst' pick to come out with a ring.
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she got the rose. now, jubilee -- >> bless you. >> thank you. >> jubilee and bachelor ben, they flew up in a helicopter. >> yes. >> excuse me, she wasn't too thrilled about the date. she did wind up getting the rose. shockingly enough, they wound up in a hot tub, as well. so you see a pattern developing here. the girls in the hoho let's just say, didn't particularly care for how jubilee might have been bringing herself off after the date. there was all sorts of tension. folks, it doesn't matter how they treat her in the house, you get the sense that jubilee is going to be around for a while. >> no? >> yes. >> she's halle berry bachelor. >> she's out of here. second time in two weeks, somebody said that's it, i've had it. lace is gone.
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>> this morning we're looking back on a special moment from 1998 when he made an acceptance speech during the induction into the rock 'n' roll hall of fame. >> we got along fine, we just disagreed a lot. tell me one worthwhile relationship that has not had peaks and vallies. you know, i mean, that's really what we're talking about here and you cannot play music with people for very long if you don't genuinely like them. and i guarantee you that over the nine years that the eagles were together during the '70s, over the three years that we were together during our reunion, the best of times ranked in the 95th percentile. the rest of the times everybody
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on for a long, long time, get over it. on behalf of all the eagles and the people we're so lucky to be in shrine with, the people we admire, you honor us, so therefore you honor yourselves, thank you. >> celebrating have been taken to twitter, eagle star tweeted, god bless frey, peace and love. >> r.i.p. glenn frey, deepest condolences to his family #eagles. >> john, i'm so sad to hea of the loss, eagles played a great part in my love of music. >> i always thought it was eagles. it was just eagles. >> they said hell would have to
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it did freeze, apparentlily.
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>> incredible loss good morning. >> here is in the top headlines we're following this morning on "world news now." the pressure is on the presidential candidatesh less than two weeks to the first votes are cast in the iowa caucuses. the battle for frontrunner is a race between trump and cruz on the other side and clinton and sanders on the other. with more from the campaign trail, we'll have much more straight ahead. the mayor of flint, michigan will be in washington, d.c. looking for federal help for the city's water crisis. in the meantime back home two new class actionawsuits will be announced holding the governor and state officials responsible. >> authorities searching for 12
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helicopters crashed off hawaii have found some life rafts that were carried aboard the aircraft. no signs of the marines. another music legend lo, fans are remember eagles' cofounder glenn frey. he died in new york after facing several health challenges. he was 67 years old. those are some of the top stories on tuesday, january 19th. taking it easy taking it easy >> this is "world news now." good morning everybody, we'll start this half hour with the battle for the white house. and it really is a battle. although it may seem like this race has been going on for several years, the first votes are just now coming into view. >> i know, i told you, i would rather have a rerun of college football season. >> this is just pause.
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>> you might be right. frontrunners desperately want that first victory. here isore with the details. >> >> reporter: some debated country. >> let's be clear, donald trump is an idiot. >> reporter: ted cruz hit the republican frontrunner on his inheritance. >> i don't come from wealth. >> repor while at liberty university donald trump made his case for the christian vote. >> two corinthians 3:17, that's the whole ball game "where the spirit of the lord -- right, where the spirit of the lord is, there is liberty". >> reporter: there's no love loss between the two frontrunners. >> the truth is he's a nasty guy. >> reporter: for the democratics, they focused on the
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>> dr. king died with his work unfinished and it is up to us to see it through. >> what doctor king said is, we have got to combat racism,ut we've also got to combat income and wealth and equality. >> reporter: a different tone where the barbs were sharp. >> he voted to let guns go on to amtrak. >> you've received over $600,000 in speaking fee from goldman sachs. >> reporter: going back to the republicans, ted cruz had a bit of fun with donald trump's attack. he tweeted out janet jackson's video "nasty" in response. >> by the way -- yes, right. three of the five americans released by iran in military hospital in germany. they've been joined by family and friends.
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you see here, of the former captives, big smiles on their faces. abc jonathan carl tells how this all came about. >> free at last, jason reunited with his family in a base in germany after spending 544 days in prison. here alongside his wife and brother skyping with relatives, ally spoke to abc alex. >> he definitely lost some weight, you know, he was joking, we were having a good time. >> reporter: former marine reunited with his family and congressman after enduring more than four years in prison. pastor said's family celebrating his freedom after three-and-a-half years. >> i told my kids, i will come up and said daddy is released from prison, you're going to see him soon. >> reporter: greeted by his mother in boston is the first back after u.s. all of this after dramatic 24
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confirm the exchange. four hours later the iran nuclear deal goes into effect, but the plane doesn't leav they won't let his wife join him. sunday morning they agree to let his wife on the plane. while it is still in the air, the u.s. government announces it is paying $1.7 billion to the iranian government to settle an old financial dispute. >> the white house says that known of the seven iranians were freed had any ties to terrorism, but four of them were convicted on charges related to smuggling military equipment to iran. jonathan carl, abc news, white house. now to the weather back here at home, this is not shaping up to be a good week, at least for travel. nearly 100 million americans are dealing with extreme cold and tough driving conditions, snow and ice have resulted in multiple pile ups all across the country and major snowstorm is taking aim at the northeast for the weekend.
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from paul williams, good morning. >> reporter: thanks. well that rude cold air will bother the good old southern folks and bring cold air down towards the valley region. as we go into the evening time, it will stay cool throughout portions of florida, travel problems, great lakes and towards the northeast more lake effect snow and snow showers developing through the the northern mountain states and along the california coast, widespread scattered showers going to cause some serious travel problems. >> thank you so much, paul. forecast for gas prices is cheap in some places across the country. it's dipping down below $1 a gallon. had people filling up for 47 cents a weekend. it stands at 1$1.89. that's the lowest. gas buddy predicts another drop
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the asian stock markets are more or less flat this morning despite a report from china, its economy last quarter grew at its slowest pace in 25 years. stores tors figure the chinese government will step in. many are waiting to see what happens next. and here is an eye popping statistic about the global wealth divide, the rich of 62 people in the world own the same wealth as the pourest 3.6 billion people. that's half of all the people on the planet, that number is from a new study by oxfan it's time to end the era of tax havens. it's time to look skyward, five of the solar systems eight other planets will be visible at once with the naked eye. the five planets will be lined
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it's mercury, venus, saturn, mars, jupiter and first time that's happened since 2005. my very -- do you look -- my very educated mother -- >> no uranus. >> let's move to the chargers, why don't we. san diego chargers still considered whether to move to los angeles, chargers, rams, held their first meeting to discuss sharing stadium, neither is saying what was discussed or if thereby further meetings, they have one year to decide if they will me the rams. >> cool. and the answer is nobody got it right. the question on jeopardy is, why are all of three players being replaced on tonight's game? the final jeopardy category was state capitols and all wagered everything they had.
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event led to the creation of a national historic sight at this city signed into law whose president's whose library is there too. all they had to do is say what is little rock. >> i don't know if i would have gotten it. >> all three contestants finished with $0. >> they got the strategy completely wrong. that's a rarity for jeopardy. i don't know if i would have gotten it right. >> i think i would have. my only moment. >> absolutely. >> well, coming up, a day on -- not a day of, celebrating the legacy of dr. martin luther king, jr. from the first family, to the elementary school children carrying on the message for hope for america. plus the giz whiz is some of my favorite gadgets from the show, from tiny reading glasses, to a full window's tint computer
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>> fourth and fifth graders were asked if martin luther king, jr. was running for president today, what would his campaign look like? >> i may not get there with you, but i want you to know tonight that we as a people will get to the promise land. >> his words moving a nation, that promise land inspiring generations. >> it's dr. martin luther king, jr., if he ran today, i believe he would say this in his campaign speech, we're a nation of promise and a land of opportunity. >> my brothers and sisters, i challenge you to keep the dream alive and uplift one another. >> we have made progress in the 21st century, but we have not over come. >> there is more that must be
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matter, hispanic lives much matternative and asian lives must matter, all lives must matter. >> i am convinced that they hate each other because they fear each other they fear each other because they don't know each other. they don't know each other because they don't communicate and they don't communicate because they're separated. >> today's youth asking if king's message can build more bridges? >> i am muslim, if we were running, just because religious -- differences. >> he meant we should all come together, all races, all cultures and if there was one thing our nation's kids would tell dr. king. >> thank you. >> thank you for helping me be able to understand the right and the wrong things to do in our nation and our society today. >> thank you for being role model to me and all of the people around the united states
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>> thank you for everything. >> for making our world a better place. york. >> those kids are so well spoken. future politicians, lawyers, anchors anchors. coming up, a peak of some of this year's hottest gadgets.
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we'll show you those, next. let's call it fashion week for geeks. the annual consumer electronic shows, it's shown off earlier this month in las vegas did not disappoint showing us some of his favorites this morning. but he is our whiz. >> i have some fun stuff. >> what caught your eye? >> these five things, a couple of more we'll be showing during the year. if you wear magnifiers these are from thin optics, it's a way to always have glasses with you. this is what they look like, they come in three magnification, you click them on, i can see fine. they're very rugged, the company says if they break, they'll replace them and they hang on. >> they just hang on like that and they come three ways. >> like this?
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>> pull them out, click them on your nose, the plain glasses are 20 bucks. >> you can't break them. >> that's a senior moment there, sorry. >> it's okay. >> they're getting in a yuan ver sol pod for $25 or you can get them built into a phone case for about $40. this is galaxy s 5 now i have a nice case and i have my thin optics. >> can you get specific prescription. >> three different magnifications. this is really great. this is called kangaroo, so this is a window's 10 computer with wi-fi, blue teeth, fingerprint. >> that thing? >> i know. so on these -- it comes with a little dock, so the dock has usb, two of them. a keyboard goes in one, your keyboard, mouse goes in another.
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monitor you want. so i hook this up to my 40 inch 4 ktv and then i had windows 10 huge in my living room and i could do my e-mails and this is $99. >> the price fits. >> it's the smallest computer you've seen? >> absolutely. >> it has built in battery. there are things called pc sticks, this can operate on its own with the built-in battery. this is great. this is called zalt. it's especially if you travel, you have the adapters for your chargers, tablet, computer, big brick. well, the company says they can power 90% of all laptops, comes with all these cables and tips. this folds out, goes in the wall. now, one of these charges your laptop and runs it. one of these charges your smartphone. one of these can run your
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we're closing in on this year's academy award, with every award show, anger is building from within. >> yeah because the outrage is fuelled by what many say is a lack of diversity. there is a lack of diversity in this year's nominee. the academy president releasing a statement saying she's disappointed with the out come and they plan to do some work. we get more now. >> i will not be at the academy award and i won't be watching. >> jada pinkett-smith taking
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facebook page.coming days after her husband will smith snubbed for his role in concussion, none of the academy awards 20 acting nominations went to a person of color reviving last year's controversy the #oscar so white. director spike lee voicing his disappointment writing he won't be attending the ceremony. lee addressed diversity after the governor awards in november. >> it's easy to be the president of the united states as a black person than to be the head of studio. >> straight out of compton overlooked in the actor, director and best picture categories, rapper ice cube who the film is based on speaking on out on the wendy william's show. >> i'm not surprised. >> chris rock tweeting out a new promo, the oscars, the white bet awards. 2012 los angeles times
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voters are 94% caucasian and 77% male with blacks accounting for about 2%. president of the academy cheryl said she has sought to approve diversity. >> we're working inside the have inclusion. >> both spike lee and jada pinkett smith referencing the national holiday in dr. martin luther king, jr. >> it was a big day yesterday with martin luther king's birthday commemorating. you know, michael moore saying i join jada and spike lee will join them. i believe they'll fix this. >> i'm sure in the next year there will be some nominees of color. remember, from fresh prince, she released a statement saying directing that jada and will said, you ain't directing the show, get over yourself.
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serious tea. this morning on "world news now" an american voice lost. >> passing of eagles founding member, glenn frey.s death mourned by friends and fans this morning. >> and the race to the white house, getting ugly for donald trump, going after ted cruz and calling him a "nasty man" as he recites bible passages. how cruz responded as the first primary vote is right around the corner. they've been offered bribes, the latest reports rocking the big money world of tennis and the implications on its biggest stars losing on purpose. and here is a little
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the urge to fall asleep, can pudding help keep you going? meet this toddler who refuses to give up as he enjoys his dessert, it's tuesday, january 19th. >> hang in there. good morning, everyone, a bit chilly on tuesday morning. >> it's a cold morning in much of the country, apparently it's going to get worse as the week goes on, storm system that's out in the pacific right now moving into the central plains and then moving east. i'm sorry, i'm like paul williams this morning. >> you sure are. >> it was hard finding clothes. people don't realize we make fun of women and women who are sleeve sleeve sleeveless. >> are you wining about this? >> we are wining.
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>> he's got his scarf on back there. >> the tributes keep rolling in for hall of famer glenn frey. >> the fame guitarist died here in new york city yesterday. he was 67 years old. >> he was founding member of the eagles, he battled a number of serious health problems in recent years, many of which he blamed on his rock 'n' roll lifestyle. here is a lookack at his career with abc's david wrooigt. >> reporter: for eagles' fans a huge heart ache as the band announced the passing of our comrade. glenn frey was a founding member who cowrote and sang some of the biggest hits, including "take it easy" he cowrote "desparado."
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famous duo he was arriving from mo town, he said glen was the one who started it all. >> rest in peace my brother. david wright, abc news, new york. >> rest in peace, posting a message about frey's death. >> words can neither describe our sorrow nor love and respect for all that he's given to us, his family, the music community and millions of fans worldwide. don posted, he was like a brother to me, we were family. it will be strange going forward in a world without him in it, but i will be grateful every day that he's in my life. >> tough day. moving on now to the three of the americans freed by iran are in germany recuperating from their ordeal. they're reuniting with their families and being visited by members of congress, former
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yet again, jason said he's feeling good physically, but wants some time to process his release. the fourth american released decided to remain in iran. at least one american is still being held in the iran and it's no voluntary. robert levinson was not part of the prisoner swap. he disappeared while on a case. his family later learned he was working directly for the c.i.a. they tell ross they felt betrayed about how they've been treated by washington. >> i'm very disappointed. i feel extremely betrayed by them. they have done nothing, other than -- >> your father is the american >> that's correct. >> he was serving his country and his country hasn't done its duty to get him home. >> do you consider whether bob died in captivity?
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until i have proof. i believe every day he's trying to come home to our family. we will never give up. >> u.s. officials tell abc news levenson was part of the negotiations and they still do not know why he was not included in the swap. but the door is now open, talks with the iranian government about him. >> in the meantime neighboring iraq, security forces have been searching the baghdad neighborhood where three americans were kidnapped over the weekend. the troops have closed streets and conducted house-to-house searches, u.s. officials have not said what they were doing in that country at the time. back here on the home front and to politics the race for the white house, donald trump and ted cruz really beginning to mix it up doing some schoolyard name calling. trump says cruz is nasty and unlikable and then prove cruz -- cruz took off the gloves and called trump a liberal.
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senator ted cruz, he quoted scripture at the liberty university. >> two corinthians, right, 3:17, where the spirit of the lord -- right -- where the spirit of the lord is -- there is liberty. >> reporter: on this week leveling this attack on cruz. >> he's a nast dwri guy, nobody likes him, nobody in congress likes him. nobody likes him anywhere once they get to know him. >> trump blasting crews for slamming wall street while failing to disclose he took out aillion dollars in big bank loans to fund a senate race. >> he wants to look like robin hood he's the one protecting people he's borrowing money and not disclosing it, which is illegal. >> cruz tweeting this video in response to being called nasty. nasty boys don't mean a thing to mean >> donald seems to be rattled.
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continuing to handle trump, releasing this 1999 video, trump in his own words. >> hey, i lived in new york city in manhattan all my life, my views are different than if i lived in iowa. perhaps, i'm very pro-choice. and, again, it may be a little bit of a new york background. >> reporter: that message hitting home with some, saying he won't win over conservatives by bashing cruz. >> there are a lot that think he's a wolf in sheep's clothing, that he's a traditional lifetime new yorker and that means something. there are all kind of conservatives with suspicions of donald trump. >> reporter: we're inside cruz' headquarters they make 12,000 calls a day, to convince this is how you win iowa. donald trump will be here three stops, the first in john wayne's hometown. he's hoping to make the argument he's the real gop hero. abc news des moines.
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residents of a small village are in shock and mourning after police officer was shot dead in an ambush. the body of thomas katrel was found behind the building sunday night before the shooting police received a call who said her boyfriend was hunting for an officer to kill. he's an excon with a long record. the veteran officer who was shot to death over the weekend was working over time to pay for his cancer treatment. he was killed when he encountered a fugitive who went missing from a rehab center. he had fought cancer for 12 years before his death. extreme cold has now spread to the east, but hasn't loosened its grip off the midwest. the extreme temperatures are life threatening, some communities have warming centers where people without heat or proper shelter can get in out of the cold.
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midwest will come later today. consumer alert, trader joe's is voluntarily recalling one of its nuts over possible salmonella contamination. it involves raw cash shoe pieces distributed to its stores in 30 states, with best before code, including 7/17. now routine test reveals the presence of salmonella. no illness is reported so far. complete details are at our web site abc news.com. while we're talking about food, looks forwards to where the little gets tired and falls asleep. sometimes better than others, people miss it. >> after eating chocolate pudding, it's such hard work, ben can barely keep his eyes open, in fact, he can't keep his eyes open at all but continues to lick the spoon. he's struggling and that's just too much for this kid.
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oh, wait, where is that spoon? oh, that sleep feels so good. >> the video was posted on monday. we don't know where it came from. 170 views. >> poor kid. >> we feel your pain, especially in this hour. >> that happens to you when you want to finish your dessert when you're too tired. >> i usually take it out. >> coming up. hangover, alcohol free, this will be a thing. >> let's hope. i'll let you know tomorrow. >> north korea says they've got it, but first shocking move on the court that got this college player banned, called for tripping the ref, what it's now cost him and his team downward , a new record for the ever growing world of dog yoga.
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a foul called right there. his conduct over the next two weeks will determine if the suspension will last longer. >> okay. so moving on to another sport, tennis is latest sport to face a new scandal. >> rocking the rorld and some of the world's top ranked players. david wright has more. >> australian open kicks off down under, a bomb shell threatened the integrity of professional tennis, report on allegations of widespread match fixing implicating some of the more competitive players on the grand slam circuit. the bbc report on documents they say were leaked through a secret investigation commissioned by professional tennis. >> this is a growing problem, it's huge.
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>> the reports point to gambling sind syndecates. serena williams and nova asked about the report. she called it a crime against sport and admits people close to him were approached about giving him $200,000 to throw a first round match in russia in 2007. he said he dropped out of the tournament instead and doesn't want to be linked to this kind of thing. >> williams said she doesn't know anything about it, telling the media "when i play, i play very hard and every player i play seems to play hard" among the players implicated, more than a dozen who ranked in the top 50, including 8 players scheduled to play in the 2016 australian open.
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really, who are the main focus, the weird. >> the officials insist they take the issue seriously. david wright, abc news. >> very disappointing news, that's true. i love tennis. i enjoy the sport. well, coming up in our next half hour,ollywood is under fresh fire from within, outrage over a lack of diversity over this year's academy award nominations both spike lee and the oscars. hollywood takes on one of the most politically charged, 13 hours in -- the real hero speaking out in benghazi, that's
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that's "world news now." movie goers aren't flocking to see the latest thrillers. >> the "secret soldiers of benghazi" took about $19 million. as the movie generates more buzz as political football, the real heroes behind the stories are speaking out. >> reporter: it has all the makings of an epic tail, honor, bravery, but 13 hours as an untold version of events also sparking fresh controversy. >> someone who lies to the families of the four victims can never be president. >> to prove, she can stand her ground. >> director known for explosive arm gedon isn't surprised. >> turned into a political hot potato.
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up? >> there was a great human story underneath it. this was a heroic night, really heroic. no one knew that. >> none of you have to go. we're the only one. >> to get out of there we'll have to depend on each other and simple, kill them before they kill you. >> mark geist and john tegin were three of six commandos who volunteered to mount a rescue operation when they attacked a democratic residence a mile away from their base. a lot of people understand they think they're adrenaline junkies. >> we'll doe it. >> a lot of her enemies hold her accountable, do you hold her accountable for this? >> not my concern. that's who killed the
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>> led by actor john, "13 hours" is the men's account of that which killed four americans including ambassador christopher stevens. they call the claims extortion of events and people. >> the most important thing that i hope people are surprised by, these how little, if any politics are involved in the movie because we had the luxury of all politics came after this night. so when these guys were trying to survive and trying to save people, there were no congressional hearings, no e-mails, no opinions. >> to take on the physically demanding role -- >> where is my desk? >> trained hard core going from 26% body fat to just 5 in 4 months. >> do you see yourself as an action star. >> i always see myself -- i'm getting. getting in this shape and doing these things are unlike anything i thought i would be doing.
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so topping the mix, you know north korea is well-known for many, many scientific break throughs. okay. and -- apparently they've come up with another one, as well. they have found definitive cure for a hangover. it's actually a drink in north korea liquor that can be drunk without fear of hangover. so it will get you to party, but the dprk claim it won't give you the hangover in the morning. >> you sure that's not a bottle of olive oil?
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it kind of looks like the bottle jeanie pops out, i dream of jeanie. it includes rice, eliminates both bitterness and hangover. once again -- >> it's something everything you would eat put into a bottle? >> yeah. and they've made some it. >> don't you eat rice after you have a hangover. >> you eat everything. there's a thing called dog yoga? >> i've heard of downward dog. >> there's new meaning to it. this is in hong kong. they're trying to break a guinness book of world record and it was led by doga teacher, 270 dogs participated the furry friend are yet to confirm whether they did break the record. all of the proceeds go guide dog association, we like that. but i didn't know that it was even it. >> the dogs looked thrilled.
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my response. >> that's our rabbit dog here on "world news now." how about this for a sticky situation in ontario, sticky being the key word. check out this guy, he, apparently, stole $1,500 of chewing gum. surveillance cameras capturing him twice going into this convenient store and just walking out with chewing gum, apparently, he ends up 904 packs of gum. he's called the fresh breath bandit there in ontario. they still haven't found him and they haven't found a reason why. by the way, do you know what they called the detective that's looking for him? >> no. >> a gum chute. >> that was pretty good. i'm curious, was it sugar free? >> let's ask him, why? >> tweet at us. we've got to show you, putting skiing to new level,
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>> and sheds a fresh powder >> this morning this morning on world news deep now deep freeze. the latest forecast and when relief may be coming just ahead. remembering an eagle, the sad passingf glenn frey, founder of the eagles, his death at the age of 67 marking another iconic voice loss early this year, what being an eagle meant to him in his own words. and new this half hour, hollywood under fresh firem within. >> just weeks away from this year's academy award, growing anger over what's being called the lack of diversisi within this year's class of nominees,
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saying they plan to boycott the oscars. fresh drama has unfolded in week three of the bachelor with one hopeful contestant getting a rose from ben and another finding a target on her back. we'll have a complete wrap up from our bachelor analyst in the skenny on this tuesday january 19th. i watched "the bachelor". >> i love it. >> so happy the black girl got her own single date.. it's like reality chance, i have a better chance of getting an oscar nomination than she does, black girls never win. that's great. >> really? >> no. >> this could be the season. >> we'll see. that's progress. jack will give us real update. >> we look forward to senior analyst. >> is this all for yourself to be a bachelor.
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>> is that what this is about? >> no. >> well, we'll get right to our top story, chillier story, the arctic blast gripping the midwest and spreading east ward, thermometers posting single digit temperatures. >> winter has arrived, folks. it is only getting started with us. we'll get some more now from gino gino gino. >> freezing guardrails on great lakes, steam rising from the ice as this vessel comes in. pipe freezing dangerous cold marching east for the first real snow fall of the season finally hit this weekend from massachusetts to new york, more than enough to wreak havoc on road, in yonkers, new york. >> you'll have to be extra careful on the bridges and overpasses, they can be up to six degrees cooler.
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>> in michigan police say drivers following too closely led to deadly pile ups. >> what i saw were people that were traveling with less than one car length between them and the vehicle in front of them. >> abc news, new york. that cold weather is going to stick around for a while. actually see snow. >> let's get the complete forecast from paul williams, good morning, paul. >> thanks kendis, you know, in the deep south they might call this cold air down right rude, hoping the mother nature raised this air -- it reaches out towards the mid south and down towards the deep souou and stay at l lst chilly and cool conditions will persist throughout florida. now, the evening time the coldest of air will lift to the north, milder air that will move towards the lower mississippi valley region, more snow showers to the northeast, more snow showers to the west and the
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and range along the west coast that's going to keep california along the wet side. additional showers between 3-6 inches reaching down towards st. louis, kendis. >> thank you. days after the deaths of natalie cole, fans now mourning another music legends, eels' cofounder glenn frey who died yesterday. he cowrote one of the group's mega hits including "take it easy" he was only 67. he had faced several health challenges, we'll have more reaction to the death coming up later this half hour. mayor in flint, michigan will be e washington today seeking help with the city's water crisis. back in flint two class action lawsuits will be announced holding the state officials responsible amid a citifinancial crisis. in april 2014 the state decided to save money by switching the
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protesters caused a rush hour nightmare in the san francisco bay area, the protest froze traffic on one side of the bay bridge, members of black sea, which is an off chute of "black life matters" drove five cars on to the bridge and stopped one in each lane. the groups demands include the firing of city officials in san francisco. >> politics now first donald trump at liberty university, raised an eyebrow by referring to a bible verse as "2 corinthians" it's usually called 2 corinthians. he used the word "hell" the audience mostly forgave his politically incorrect moments. >> new testament, it's sequel.
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debating to ban trump. they did so because half a million people sign add petition asking he be excluded over his calls to ban muslims in the u.s. debate was required. vote wasn't. so trump is still free to visit. >> still have to g g to the new testament, sequel. >> you crack yourself up, right. >> sorry. the firing from sunday night's democratic debate are still echoing, no name calling but some loud back and forth, with the iowa caucuses less than two weeks away now, the clinton camp knows it's going to be a nail biter. >> reporter: bernie sanders saying those attacks nothing personal. >> hillary clinton and i have differences of opinions, it's call democracy. >> but the sharp words in south carolina -- >> a sign of just how tight this race is and the bitter battle ahead.
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strategy boiled down to one name. >> president obama has led our country out of the great recession, that is one of the greatest accomplishments of president obama. i'm going to defend president obama. >> she referenced president obama 13 times, trying to tap into his popularity with the democratic race. clinton making a big push for african-american voters, suppppting black lives matter and addressing that water crisis in flint, michigan. >> i think every single american should be outraged. we've had a city in the united states of america where the population, which is poor in many ways and majority african-american, has been drinking and bathing in led-contaminated water. >> rorter: sanders coming down hard on clinton with his key issue, wall street's hold on washington. >> secretary clinton, you're not the only one, i i n't mean to
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received over $600,000 from in speaking fees from goldman sachs in one year. >> promising not to throw any personal attacks. >> that question annoys me, i cannot walk down the street, secretary clinton knows this, without being told how much i have to attack secretary clinton. we've been through this, yes, his behavior was deplorable, have i ever once said a word about that, no i have not. i'm goingo debate on the issues facing the american people, not bill clinton's personal behavior. >> hillary clinton was asked what kind of role her husband would play in her administration, she said his place in the white house would start right with her right at the kitchen table and they would figure it out from there. abc news, new york. >> new details about what mexico is doing to keep elchapo from escaping. it's our first look since his recapture 11 days ago since his
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seven times. there are morehan 30 cells he can be moved by guards with cameras on their helmets. new surveillance cameras make sure there are no blind spots. american pie singer, don mcclain has been arrested for domestic violence. police in maine say they were called to his home early monday morning, after his arrest, he posted $10,000 bail and was released, "american pie" was a more hit back in the early '70s. fororruper model stephanie seymore arrested for dui. she was drunk when she backed her range rover into another car on highway exit ramp friday night. she'll be back in court early next morning. >> she was the bride in guns n roses one of my favorite music video.
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someone is arrested to run music video. it was a rematch of last spriri nba championship series it didn't go well. before the game golden state steph curry posted about winning the title saying "he hoped he still smelled the champagne in the visitor's locker room" no surprise that he and cavs star lebron james got into it, it didn't matter, curry finished with 35 points as warriors thoroughly conquered the beat down on the cavs 132-98. >> okay. >> and this grab, pretty much sums up sports in cleveland. >> oh, that's so wrong. >> one fan there at the game dozing off, the other one picking a winner, or maybe he's indicating that, you know, they'll get the second pick of the draft. >> number one. >> that's what he was saying, we're number one, caught him at
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six inches from his head at impact. he said it was god that saved his life. look at that. >> wow. >> wow. >> you're right. hollywood is facing growing outrage from within as its high days of award season draws ever closer. spike lee and jada pin ket smith are saying they're boycotting the oscars. here is lindsey davis. >> more stars choose martin luther king day to take a stand about the lack of diversity in this year's nominations. >> i won't be watching or at the academy awards. >> she's expressing her plans to boycott the show. also not attending director spike lee released a statement how it is possible for the second consecutive year all 20 contenders are white. the #oscars so white is trending again.
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year in a row only white actors are being considered for the most coveted award in, snubbed for nominations, edris, will smith and bikele b. jordan, the only nominee from predominant black cast is sylvester stallone, who decides the nominee, long held secret. in 2012 los angeles times investigation found academy voters are nearly 94% caucasian and 77% male with blacks accounting for about 2%. the big screen has a lot of catching up to do when it comes to tv where a record 18 black performers got nominated last year for emmy awards. linsey davis, abc news, new york. first african-american in that job, cheryl released a statement saying while they celebrate the extraordinary achievements of this year's's
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>> she went on to say academy is taking dramatic steps to alter the make up. >> tyler perry nomination next year, when we come back, we'll get the who got the rose last night. the story behind leonardo dee
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>> group date was hosted at the l.a. memorial coliseum over the 1932 and 1984 olympic games, as well as numerous notre dame years. this had nothing to do with that. the girls were playing soccer. folks, this was not the barclays premier league by any stretch of the imagination. the team with the stretchers wound up winning 4-3. date. now we had the one on one date with jubilee, they took off in helicopter. she wasn't too thrilled about all of that, let's say,ut things started to warm up between the two of them. they fly off. there was no sun set, but you get the idea. when they got back on the ground, things really started to heat up. they're back in the hot tub, so jubilee kicked up a bit of a fuss when she got back in the mansion, it's fine,@bjaa jubilee is still in the house, she's all
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>> lace, she was controversial from the start, you can love her off the show, because she took herself out of the competition, so much for lace. all right, so lace is gone. excuse me, there were no roses for jamie and tushana. there were 14 women left. as for the kiss count, it stops at six. so that's pretty good. week three, three words, vegas, baby, vegas, analyst, out. >> all right. pack your bikinis and hot tops, folks. >> there could be rose in the future of rhianna. >> leo and rhianna are sparking rumors. the two spted together in paris sunday nigh eyewitness report sweet moment that includes, yes, a kiss. >> he went from model kelly last
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when she enjoys it, we enjoy it even more. and i enjoy it. feel the difference with k-y ultragel. by the time i got to new york, i was living like a king >> "black star" has debuted at number one. it's giving him his number one ever. he died two days after the album was released. of course, on the heals of his death comes theews of the loss of another giant in the world of music. >> glenn frey, one of the founding members of the eagles has died at the age of 67.
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arthritis, intestinal issues and pneumonia. >> we're looking back from 1998 when frey made a passionate acceptance speech during the induction rock 'n' roll hall of fame. >> we got along fine, we just disagreed a lot. tell me one worthwhile relationship that has not had peaks and vallies. you know, that's really what we're talking about, here, and you cannot play music with people for very long if you don't genuinely like them and i guarantee you that over the nine years that the eagles were together during the '70s, over the three years we were together during our reunion, the best of timeme rank in the 95th percentile. the rest of it ranked everybody
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time, get over it. [ cheering and applause ] >> on behalf of all the people, we're so lucky to be in shrined with the people we admire, you honor us, therefore you honor yourselves, thank you. >> tribute poignant all over the world. >> celebrities of all stripes have been taking to tweeter.r. >> "god bless glenn frey, peace and love to all his family and friends". >> simple r.i.p. glenn frey, peace and love to all his family and friends. >> so sad to hear of the loss of glenn frey, the eagles played a great part in my love of music. >> i thought it was called "the eagles" it't' actually just "eagles". >> years ago when they broke up,
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>> incredible loss and good morning, i'm kendis gibson. >> here is some of the top headlines we're following on "world news now." the pressure is on the presidenenal candidates with less than two weeks until the first votes are cast until the iowa caucuses, battle for frontrunner is race between front and cruz on the other side and clinton and sanders on the other, with many from the campaign trail, we'll have much more straight ahead. the mayor of flint, michigan will be in washington, d.c. looking for federal help for the city's water crisis. meantime back home, two new class action lawsuits will be announced holding the governor and state officials responsible. authorities searching for 12 marines missing after two
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have found some life rafts that were carried aboard the aircraft. there has been no sign of the marines. another music legend lost, fans are remembering glenn frey, eagles' cofounder, the rock n roll hall of famer died yesterday after facing several health challenges. he was 67 years old. those are some of our top stories on this tuesday, january 19th. taking it easy taking it easy good morning everybody, we'll get started this half hour with the battle for the white house and it really is a battle. although it may seem like this race has been going on for several years, now, the first primary votes are just coming into view. >> i would rather have a rerun of college football season. >> than this? >> just a pause.
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that first victory. >> reporter: some members of the british parliament debate country. >> let's be clear, donald trump is an idiot. >> reporter: ted cruz hit the frontrunner on his inheritance. >> i don't come from wealth. unlike donald, i didn't inherit millions of dollars. >> reporter: while at liberty university he made his case for the christian conservative vote, they called his scripture clumsy. >> 2 corinthians, that's the whole ball game, where the spirit soft lord, right, where the spirit of the lord is there is liberty. >> reporter: with iowa poll numbers in flux, there is no love loss between the two republican frontrunners. >> the truth is he's a nasty guy. >> reporter: as the two democratics focused on the
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>> dr. king died with his work unfinished and it is up to us to see it through. >> what dr. king said is we have got to combat racism, but we've also got to come back income and wealth and equality. >> reporter: different tone where the barbs were sharp. >> you've received over $600,000 in speaking f fs from goldmanan sachs. >> going back for a moment, ted cruz had a bit of fun with donald trump's attack. he tweeted out janet jackson's video "nasty" in response. >> by the way, we -- three of the five americans released by iran are in a military hospital in germany adjusting to freedom. they've been joined by family and friends.
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you see here, of the former captives, big smiles on their faces, jonathan carl tells us how this all came about. >> free at last, jason reunited with his family at u.s. military base in germany after spending 544 days in prison. here alongside his wife skyping with relatives, spoke with abc. >> definitely lost some weight. you know, he was joking, we were having a good time. >> former marine reunited with his family and congressmsm after induring more thaha four years in prison. the family celebrating his freedom after three-and-a-half years. >> i told my kids i will come up and said daddy is released from prison, you'll see him soon. >> student, greeted by his mother in boston is the first back to the u.s., all of this
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u.n. confirms the prisoner exchange, hours later the nuclear dede goes into effect, sanctions lifting, iran won't let jason rezian's wife join me. sunday morning they agree to allow him to join r. they announce paying $1.7 billion to the iranian government to settle an old financial di pusspute. >> reporter: none of the terrorism. four of them were convicted on charges related to smuggling military equipment to iran. jonathan carl, abc news white house. now to weather back here, this is not a good week at least for travel, nearly 100 million americans are dealing with the extreme cold and tough driving conditions, snow and ice have resulted in multiple pile ups all across the country, major snowstorm is taking aim at the northeast for the weekend.
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from paul williams. >> thanks kendis, well that rude cold air from the north will bother the good old southern folks and bring very cold air down towards the tennessee valley region and then as we go into the evening time, it will stay cool throughout portions of florida. travel problems, great lakes and towards the northeast more lake effect snow and snow showers developing throughout the northern iraqi mountains and along the coast, widespread scattered showers is going to cause serious travel problems, kendis. >> thank you so much. forecast for gas prices is cheap in some places, it's dipping down below one dollars a gallon. a price had people filling up for 47 cents a gallon. the national average stands at $1.89. gas buddy predicts another 20-40 cents drop this week.
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this morning, despite a poor economic report from china, its ececomy last quarter grew at its slowest pace in 25 years. that wasn't a susurise. they figureded the chinese government will step in with more stimulus measures. many are ready on the sidelines waiting to see what happened next. here is an eye-popping statistic about the global wealth divide, the rhest 62 people in the world own the same wealth as the poorest 3.6 billion people, that's half of all the people on the planet. that number is from a new study which includes to end the era of tax havens. it's a good time to look skyward, five of the solar system other eight planets will naked eye, whether permitting. the planets will be lined up in a diagonal line, you see it from
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saturn, mars, jupiter and first time that's happened since 2005. my very educatedd mother just served ussine pizzas,, that's how you remember it. >> no uranus. >> let's move to the chargers, why don't we. well, the san diego chargers consering whether to move to los angeles, chargers rams held their first meeting to discuss sharing a stadium. the chargers have one year to decide if they will move. got i i right. the question on jeopardy is: why are all three players being replaced on tonight's game? the final jeopardy category was state capitols and all three contestants wagered everything they had.
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event led to the creation of a national historic site in this city, signed into law by president whose law brar is there too. all they had to do was say what is little rock. >> all three contestants finished with $0 and zero plans for tonight. how can you wager everything. >> that's gutsy. >> that's a rarity for jeopardy. i don't know if i would have gotten it right. >> i think i would watch jeopardy that day. my only moment. coming up, a day on, not a day off, celebrating the legacy of dr. martin luther king, jr. from the first family to the elementary school children carried on his message for hope for america. >> the whiz, some of my favorite gadgets from the consumer electronics show from tiny reading glasses to a full window's tint computer the size
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asked if martin luther king, jr. were running today, what would his campaign look li here is abc's lindsey davis. >> i may not get there with you, but i want you to know tonight that we as a people will get to the promise land. >> reporter: his words moving a nation, that promise land inspiring generations. >> it's dr. martin luther king, jr. were to run for president today, i believe he would say this in his campaign speech, we are a nation of promise and a land of opportunity. >> my brothers and sisters, i challenge you to keep the dream alive and uplift one another. >> we have made progress in the 21st century, but we have not over come. >> there is more that must be
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matter, hispanic lives must matter, native and asian lives must matter, all lives must matter. >> i am convinced that men hate each other because they fear each other, they fear each other because they don't know each other, they don't know each other because they don't communicate and they don't communicate because they are separated. >> today's youth asking if king's message can bui more bridges. >> i am mus limb, if dr. king were running for president, how would treat me and my family, doesn't -- key men, we should all come together, all races, all cultures. >> reporter: and if there were one thing our nation's kids will tell dr. king. >> thank you. >> thank you for help ping me be understand -- helping me be understand to understand the right and wrong things to do in our nation and society today. >> thank you for being a role model to me and all the people around the united states.
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>> for making our world a better place. >> linsmy davis, abc news, new york. >> those kids are so well spoken. politicians. well, coming up, a peak of some of this year's hottest gadgets. whiz shows us his favorite offerings from this year
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next. let's call it fashion week for geeks the annual consumer electronics show, this years offerings, did not disappoint. gueks or nongeeks showing us some of his favorites. we'll not call him a geek, he's our whiz. >> i have some fun stuff. >> what caught your eye? >> these five things, a couple of more will be shown here. first of alal if you wear magnifying, these are from thin optics, it's a way to have glasses with you. i'm going to take off my regular glasses, they come in three magnifications, you hook them on, i can see fine. they're very rugged, the company says if they break, they're replaced. >> and they hang on. >> they just hang on like that. >> and they come three ways. >> like this?
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>> pull them out, clip them on your nose. the plain glasses are 20 bubus. >> yououan't break them. >> don't worry. >> i can't. >> that's really a senior moment there, sorry. >> it's okay. they're like $20 to get them and universal part for $25, or you can get them built in to a phone case for $40. this is galaxy s 5. >> and can you get like specific prescription? >> yes. >> three different magnifications. this is really great, this is called kangaroo. so this is a window's 10 computer%with wi-fi, blue tooth, fingerprint. >> that thing? >> i know. so on the -- comes with a little dock. so the dock has usb in, two of them, keyboard goes in one. >> like that. >> right.
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out goes to any monitor you want. i hook this up to my 40 inchr 4 ktv and then i had windows 10 huge in my living room and i can do my e-mails. and this is $99. >> the price fits. >> is it the smallest computer you've seen? >> absolutely. >> it has built in battery, there are things called pc stick, this can operate on its own. >> all right. cool. >> this is great. this is called zalt, it's if you travel, you have the adapters for your two chargers, smartphone, tablet, your computer, the company said they can pow -- 90% of all laptops it comes with all these tables and tips. this folds out, goes in the wall, now one of these charges your laptop and runs it. one of these charges your
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one of these can grow your tablet. if the point is flasing, you can rotate the plug. >> that usually takes up a lot of space. >> yes. >> you get all of this stuff in a small bag. >> so this is, you plug in your router, this is for small devices that during a black out, you want this day powered. what's neat about this, if you need power on the run, take that out, throw it in your backpack, you can charge your phone. >> this is in case of an emergency. >> exactly. keep it plugged in all the time. >> right. >> our final guy is that little -- i'm going to pick this up here, it's called temp track. peel the plastic off. this goes under the baby's arm. this is blue tooth enabled, now anywhere in your house, up to 40 feet, you can be reading the baby's temperature, you don't have to wake the baby. you can set it for like 100 degrees wake me and your phone will ring to tell you the baby's
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>> that's great. >> $25. >> good looking toys there. >> thank you. >> whiz, thank you.
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. we'll be holding in on this year's academy awards, we'll tell you the biggest night, anger is building from within. >> the outrage is filled by what many say is a lack of diversity. there really is, even the academy president late last night saying she's disappointed with the out come and they plan to do some work. get more now from abc -- >> i will not be at the academy awards and won't be watching.
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statement to her facebook page. m coming days after her husband's will smith got snubbed for an academy. none of the nominations went to person of color reviving last year's controversy. she's not alone, director s ske e voicing his disappointment on facebook, writing he won't be attending the ceremony. lee addressed it at his acceptance speech. >> it'sy to be the president of the united states as a black person than to be the head of studio. >> they're about to lose their mind. >> "straight out that compton" overlooked rapper ice cube speaking out on the wendy williams' show. >> i'm not surprised. >> oscar's host tweeting out a new promo with the caption, the oscars, white bet awards. 2012 los angeles times found
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77% male, with blacks accounting for about 2%. president of the academy cheryl who is herself black said she has sought to improve diversity. >> we're working inside the academy in order to make sure we have inclusion. >> both spike lee and jada pinkett smith in their messages referencing martin luther king, jr. >> that was a big day, for kings' birthday, commemorating him. michael moore coming out and saying i join jada. i believe the academy awards will fix this. >> i'm sure in the next period, there will be some nominees of color. remember viv from fresh prince of bell air,r, she released a statement saying, you ain't directing the show, get over yourself.
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serious tea. this morning this morning on "world news now" an american voice lost. the passing of eagles founder glenn frey. his death mourned by friends and fans this morning. and the race for the white house getting ugly for donald trump. going after ted cruz and calling him, quote, a nasty man as he recites bible passages. and sports scandal. the world top tennis stars admitting they've been offered bribes to throw matches. the latest reports rocking the big money wor of tennis and the implications on its biggest stars losing on purpose.
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inspiration for those fighting the urge to fall asleep. can pudding keep you going? meet this little toddler who refuses to give up. and he enjoys it. it's tuesday, january 19th. >> announcer: from abc news, thisiss "world news now." > od morning. morning. >> it's a cold morning in much of the country and apparently it's only going to get worse as the week goes on. there's a storm system in the pacific, moving in the central plains and then moving east. i'm sorry, i'm like paul williams this morning. >> you sure are. all i have to say, it's really hard finding clothes. people don't realize, they make fun of women who wear sleeves but it's hard to find dresses forold weather. >> are you whining about this? we haven't even turned the air conditioning on yet. >> oh, please, don't turn that
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>> he's already got a scarf on back there. >> trints keep pouring in for rock 'n' roll hall of famer for glenn frey. >> famed guitarist died here in new york city he was 67 years old. >> the founding member of the eagles, h h b btled health problems in recent years many o o which he blamed on his rock 'n' roll style. here's abc's david wright. >> reporter: for eagles fans, with the passing of our comrades. glenn frey was a founding member of the group and sang some of the biggest hits including "take it easy." >> reporter: frey co-wrote "desperado." the two also co-wrote the band's most famous tune.
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transplant to california arriving in the late 1960s from motown. don henley said glenn was the one who started it all. rest in peace, my brother. david wright, abc news, new york. >> rest in peace. and posting a notebout glenn frey on their website. >> words can neither describe our sorrow nor our love and respect for all that he has done. and don henley, he was like a brother to me, we were family, it will be very strange going forward in a world without him in it. but i will be grateful, every day that he's in my life. >> tough way. moving on to three of the americans freed by iran are in germany recuperering from their ordeal. they're reuniting with their families and being visited by
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the former marine got to eat steak. jason rezaian said he's feeling good. at least one american is being held in iran and it's not voluntary. former fbi agent robert levinson was not part of those prisoner swaps. he disappeared in 2007. his family later learned that he was working directly for the cia. the family tells abc's brian ross, they feel betrayed by how they've been treated by washington. >> i'm very disappointed. i feel extremely betrayed by them. they have done nothing to get in touch with him other than i asked them to. >> your father is the american left behind. >> correct. >> absolutely. he's serving his country and his country hasn't done its duty to t him home. >> mrs. levinson, do you
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died in captivity? >> no, i will not believe that until i have proof. i believe every day he's coming home to our family. >> they teld abc news levinson was part of the negotiations and they still don't know why he was never included in the was that but the door is open with talks with iranian government about him. meanwhile, sources have been searching the baghdad neighborhood where they have closed the streets. u.s. officials have not identified the missing americans or said what they were doing in that country at the time. back here to the home front and politics and race for the white house. donald trump and ted cruz really beginning to mix it up, doing schoolyard name calling. well, trump says that cruz is nasty, and unlikable and cruz just took off the gloves and called truru a liberal.
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taking aim at senator ted cruz, donald trump with jerry falwell liberty university. >> 2 corinthians, right, 317. that's the whole ball game. right, where the spirit of the lord is, there is liberty. >> reporter: on this week, trump leveling this attack on cruz. >> he's a nasty guy. nobody likes him. nobody in congress likes him. nobody likes him anywhere once they get to know him. >> reporter: trump also blasting cruz for slamming wall street while failing to disclose that he took out millions of dollars to fund a race. >> he's a total hypocrite. he wants to look like robin hood with the banks. >> reporter: cruz tweeted this video in response to being called nasty. >> reporter: cruz says he's getting under trump's skin. >> donald can feel a rout.
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continuing to hammer trump over his, quote, new york values, releasing the 1999 video, trump in his own words. >> hey, i lived in new york city, it happened all my life. my views are a little bit different than if i lived in iowa, perhaps. i'm very pro-choice. and again it maybe a little bit of a new york background. >> reporter: that message now hitting home with some. rush limbaugh saying trump won't live over conservatives by bashing cruz. >> there are a lot of conservatives that say she's a wolf in sheep's clothing. that he's a traditional lifetime new yorker and that means something. there are all kinds of conservatives with suspicions of donald trump. >> reporter: we're inside headquarters in des moines. the volunteers hope to make 12,000 calls a day. they're convinced is this how you win the race, the ground game. he's hoping to make the argument
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tom llamas, des moines. residents of a small ohio village are in shock and in houring after a police officer was is shot dead in an ambush. the body of toms cattrallas found behind the danville building. the suspect now in custody is an ex-con with a long record. this is a really sad one out of the utah, the veteran officer who was shoto death over the week was working over time to pay for his cancer treatments. doug barney was killed when he encountered a fugitive who went missing. devote noted as a devoted family man, barney had fought cancer for 12 years. the extreme temperatures are life-threatening without proper precautions. some communities have warming centers where people without proper heat or shelter can get
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temperatures if upper midwest will climb today. a consumer alert is voluntarily recalling one of its contamination. the concern involves 16-ounce bags of raw cashew pieces distributed to its stores in 30 states with a best before code including 0717, it reveals the presence of salmonella. complete details at our website, abc.com. with little one, parents look forward to when the little one gets tired and falls asleep. case in point. take a look at this toddler. >> after eating chocolate pudding. ben can barely keep his eyes open. in fact, can't keep his eyes open at all. he's trying but continues to lick the spoon. he's struggling and that's just too much for this kid. he is just ready for a nap, oh,
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spoon? ah. sleep. >> oh. >> that feels good. >> the video was posted on monday. we don't know where it came from. 170 views. >> we feel your pain. >> when you want to finish your dessert, you're too tired. ever have that on the overnight. >> i usually pig out still. >> it's usually boots for you. >> coming up -- hey, hangover, alcohol-free, can this really be a thing? >> let's hope. north korea says they've got it, but first, the shocking move on the court that got this college player banned. called for tripping the ref. what it's now cost him and his team. and downward dog, quite literally speaking.
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it happened when reed said has was upset he didn't get a foul call right there. his conduct over the next two weeks will determine if the suspension will last longer. okay, moving on to another sport. the new scandal. >> apparently there are new allegations rocking the world of professional tennis as some of the world's top-ranked players face serious allegations of mixing matches. abc's david wright has more. >> reporter: as the australian open kicks off down under, a bombshell threatening the integrity of professional tennis. a report on allegations of widespread match fixing implicating some of the more competitive players on the grand slam circuit. buzzfeed news and bbc report on documents they say were leaked by a secret investigation commissioned by professional tennis. >> this is a growing problem. it's huge.
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not getting the tips. >> reporter: including wimbledon, serena williams and novak djokovic, the two top-seeded in the world asked about the australian open, djokovic called it a crime against sport. admits people offered $200,000 to throw a first round match in russia in 2007. he said he dropped out of the tournament said and doesn't want to be linked to this kind of thing. williams says she doesn't know anything about it at thing the assembled media, quote, when i'm playing, i play very hard and every player i play seems to play hard. among the players implicated in the reports more than a dozen who rank in the top 50 in recent years including eight players scheduled to play in the 2016 australian open. >> with a group of six and ten players really, who are the main focus of the evidence that we
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>> reporter: officials with pro ten physical insist they take the issue seriously and that the sports tennis integrity unit always follows up. david wright, abc news, new york. >> it's true. like tennis. enjoy the sport. coming up in our next hour, hollywood is under fresh fire from within. outrage over a lack of diversity among this year's academy award nominations. both spike lee and jada pinkett smith boycotting the oscars. first, hollywood takes on one of the most politically charged "13 hours" in recent memory. the real hero behind the benghazi attack speaking out. >> announcer: "world news now"
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abc stations. well, movie gores are flocking to see hollywood's latest action thrill per. >> talking about "13 hours the secret soldiers of benghazi." it took in $19 million over a four-day weekend. and as the movie generates more buzz as a political football, the more heroes behind the story are speaking out. here's abc's juju chang. >> reporter: it has all the epics of unsong tale. unsung heroism, bravery, honor, a two-hour recount of events in benghazi, also sparking controversy. >> someone who lied to the families of those four victims of benghazi can never be president of the united states. >> she proved in that benghazi hearing that she could stand her ground. >> reporter: explosive armageddon isn't a surprise. >> it basically turned into a
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why would you want to pick that up? >> because there was a great human story underneath it. this was a really heroic night. really heroic, and no one knew that. >> none of you has to go. we are the only help they have. >> we knew to get out of we were going to have to depend on each other. simple, kill them before they kill you. >> reporter: mark dyke known as oz. chris fuentes known as pronto and john lee were three of four commandos who volunteered for a rescues operation when terrorists attacked a mile away from their secret base. contractors believe they're mercenaries. >> we're going to give our life for others, we're going to do it. >> a lot of hillary clinton critics hold her accountable.
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that's who attacked us. >> reporter: "13 hours" is the men's account of that night's battle which killed four americans including ambassador christopher stevens. although the cia calls men's claims a distortion of events and people. >> the most important thing i hope people are surprised by is how long if any politics are involved in the movie. because we had the luxury of -- all the politics came after this night. so when these guys were trying to survive and trying to save people. there were no congressional hearings, no e-mails. >> reporter: to take on the physically demanding control, chris krasinski trained hard core going from 26% body fat to 4%. >> getting into shape and doing things are definitely things unlike i've ever thought of doing.
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okay. so topping "the mix," you know, north korea is well-known for many, many scientific breakthroughs. okay. and apparently, they've come up with another one as well. they have found definitive cure for a hangover. it's actually a drink in north korea ginseng liquor that can be drunk without fear of hangover. so it will get you to party, but e dprk claims it won't give you the hangover in the morning. >> you sure that's not a bottle of olive oil? >> it might not be.
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jeanie pops out, i dream of jeanie. it includes ginseng, of course, scorched glutenous rice which, of course, helps eliminate both bitterness and hangover. once again -- >> it's something everything you would eat put into a bottle? >> yeah. and they've made some it. >> don't you eat rice after you have a hangover? >> oh, you eat everything. >> apparently, there's a thing called dog yoga? are you aware of this? >> i've heard of downward dog. >> there's new meaning to it. this is in hong kong. they're trying to break a guinness book of world records and it was led by a doga teacher. 270 dogs participated the furry friend are yet to confirm whether they did break the record. all of the proceeds go to the hong kong dog association, we like that.
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even it. >> the dogs looked thrilled. >> if i was a dog, that would be my response. >> that's our rabid dog here on "world news now." how about this for a sticky situation in ontario, sticky being the key word. check out this guy, he, apparently, stole $1,500 of chewing gum. surveillance cameras capturing him twice going into this convenience store and just walking out with chewing gum. apparently, the equivalent of 904 packs of gum. he's called the fresh breath bandit there in ontario. they still haven't found him and they haven't found a reason why. by the way, do you know what they called the detective that's looking for him? >> no. >> a gum shoe. >> that was pretty good. i'm curious, was it sugar free? >> let's ask him, why? >> tweet at us. we've got to show you,
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making news in america this morning, final stretch. just 13 days to go until the first voters have their say in this 2016 race. the candidates going head-to-head. trump fumbling a bible verse as the british parliament debates banning the billionaire. major american cities waking up to the coldest temperatures this season and the west coast preparing for another round of rain. we are tracking it all. close call. a driver heading down a highway when a light pole comes crashing through. and king james beaten badly. scuffling with steph curry in the biggest blow-out of his
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cavs fans saying it all. as we say good tuesday morning hope you're enjoying breakfast looking at that picture. two weeks from this morning the result of the iowa caucuses will be in. >> donald trump and ted cruz battling it out for first place on the republican side. hillary clinton and bernie sanders for the democrats and all of them desperate to win that first contest. >> abc's megan hughes has the latest for us from the campaign trail and joins us now from washington, d.c. good morning, megan. >> reporter: good morning, kendis and reena. that's right. the latest iowa polls show that it is tight for both political parties, but especially on the republican side. ted cruz and donald trump neck and neck. at liberty university trump made an appeal for evangelical voters. >> two corpsinthians, 3:17, that's the whole ball game where the spirit of the lord, right -- >> reporter: the spirit of the
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trump blasting cruz on "this week." >> he's a nasty guy. nobody likes him, nobody in congress likes him. nobody likes him anywhere. >> reporter: cruz tweeting this janet jackson video in response to being called nasty. don't mean a thing to me >> reporter: cruz says he's getting under trump's skin. >> donald seems to be rattled. >> reporter: cruz's campaign continues to hammer trump over his, quote, new york values. releasing this 1999 video trump in his own words. >> hey, i lived in new york city and manhattan all my life, okay, so, you know, my views are a little bit different than if i lived in iowa perhaps. >> reporter: one person not talking trump, hillary clinton. asked on the campaign trail were whether he would divide the american people and destroy america, clinton dodged. >> wow. well, that's a pretty good summary. >> reporter: sanders is standing by his attacks on clinton from this weekend's debate telling
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>> she has received $600,000 in one year from speaking fees from goldman sachs. apologize. >> reporter: sanders is going big in iowa today. he has four events scheduled. trump has three in the all-important hawkeye state. kendis, reena. >> megan hughes, live in washington, thank you so much. meantime, the british parliament held a lively debate overther to ban donald trump from visiting. >> they did so because half of a million people signed a petition asking for him to be excluded over his call to ban muslims in the u.s., although the debate was required, a vote was not, so trump is free to visit britain. now to the morning's other major story that we're following, the brutal cold weather that is spreading beyond the midwest. now hitting the east coast. >> let's take a look at the radar, lake-effect snow still sweeping into upstate new york. snowfall rates could be 2 to 4 inches an hour. accuweather's paul williams tracking it all. good morning, paul. >> thanks, kendis, reena.
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from the north will actually bother the good old southern folks and bring very cold air down towards the tennessee valley region and into the evening time it'll stay cool throughout portions of florida. travel problems, great lakes and towards the northeast more lake-effect snow and snow showers developing throughout the northern rocky mountain states then along the california coast, widespread scattered showers, it's going to cause localized flooding and serious travel problems. kendis, reena. >> paul williams at accuweather. three of the americans freed by iran are in germany recuperating from their ordeal reuniting with family members and receiving visits by members of congress. "the washington post" reporter jason rezaian spent 1 months in iranian custody and says he's feeling good physically and his family agrees. >> he's definitely lost some weight. but, you know, really did, i mean, he was joking, we were joking around.
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you know, and really did act the same. >> rezaian says he knows people want to hear from him but he wants some time right now to process exactly what happened. well, former marine amir hekmati, however, lost no time processing his first steak dinner in more than four years. his family and congressmen joined him in germany, the fourth former prisoner stayed in iran and an american student who was freed as part of the swap is already in boston. but the family of another american still being held in iran says they feel betrayed by the white house. former fbi agent robert levinson disappeared in 2007 while working indirectly for the cia. the family tells abc's brian ross, government could have done more. >> i'm very disappointed. i'm -- feel extremely betrayed by them. they have done nothing to get in touch with me other than after i asked them to. >> who was serving his country and his country hasn't done its
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>> u.s. officials tell abc news levinson was part of the negotiations and they still do not know why he was not included in the swap but the door is now open to talks with the iranian government about him as well as other issues. some new details about what mexico is doing to keep el chapo from escaping again. take a look at this photograph. it is the first of the kingpin since he was sent back to prison 11 days ago, during his first five nights there he was moved seven times. there are more than 30 cells to which he can be moved by guards with cameras on their helmets and new surveillance cameras make sure there are no blind spots. the mayor of flint, michigan, will be in washington today seeking help with the city's water crisis back in flint two new class action lawsuits announced against the governor and health officials amid a city financial crisis in april 2014. the state decided to save money by switching the water supply to the flint river. residents' lead levels have risen since then.
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taking deposits on season tickets and first to plunk down his $100 was l.a. sports legend magic johnson but the rams can't sell the luxury boxes until it's determined who will be sharing their stadium. the chargers and rams held their first meeting last night. neither is saying what was discussed or even if there will be further meetings. a martin luther king day protest caused this. members of black seed, an off. shoot of black lives together strung the cars together. 25 arrests made and the road was re-opened. in washington, president obama and the first lady followed the king day theme of community service by helping to fill bags with books for the needy. each bag included a copy of "oh, the things you can do that are good for you" about dr. seuss. that's a good one. still ahead, it is that time of year, tax returns. now accepted.
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the body of thomas cattrall was found. a woman called 911 to say her boyfriend was looking to shoot a police officer. dispatchers tried to warn officers on patrol but it was too late. the suspect now in custody has a long criminal record. the tax filing season begins today. this is the first day the irs will accept 2015 returns. the agenc says it has taken steps to protect against identity theft so you may notice some changes this year. state tax agencies say they may delay their refunds. you also get an extra three days this year because of a local holidayn washington, d.c. the deadline this year didis april 18th. trader joe recall over a possible salmonella contamination. the concern involves 16-ounce bags of raw cashew pieces. distributed to its stores in 30 states with a best before code including 17. no illnesses includes so far. complete details at our website.
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about your valentine's day dinner with that special someone. white castle says reservations are going fast, yes, white castle. bet you didn't think of that one, kendis. >> it's a breakup dinner. >> it's the 25th anniversary of valentine's day, table service at the burger chain. thisyear's menu includes shrimp nibblers, strawberry and cream waffles and don't think castle isn't very romantic, a spokesman says it also has wedding bookings for later this year. >> oh, very nice. wear a white dress for it. when we come back, new this morning an overnight police chase complicated with a car full of dogs. and a plane with the nose off the ground damaged in severe weather. the fame always person who owns
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days after david bowie's death music fans are mourning the loss of another rock 'n' roll great. plenty of room at the hotel california >> eagles co-founder glenn frey died after facing several serious health challenges. only 67. he wrote many of the megahits including hotel california and had success as a solo artist with songs including "the one you love" and "you belong to the city." >> tributes are pouring in. don henley posting he was like a brother to me. we were family. it will be very strange going forward in a world without him in it. >> brian wilson from the beach boys tweeting, i was shocked to hear about glenn frey passing away. it was a real blow to hear. "love & mercy" to glenn's family tonight." anger is building about the lack of diversity in this year's oscar nominees. >> i will not be at the academy
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>> that is actress jada pinkett smith. on her facebook page it's the second year in a row there are no people of color in any of the four acting categories. the motion pick academy president acknowledging late last night something is wrong and promising changes. >> what we really need is to support of the industry across the board, the entire industry in our efforts to actually get this accomplishment done. >> directorpike lee also says he's not attending the ceremony. filmmaker michael moore won't, as well. well, a bizarre end to a pursuit in southern california. police chasing a suspect racing away from police with several dogs inside her car. the cops disabled the vehicle and the driver surrendered then let the dogs loose. they ran around the freeway snarling traffic until police could round them up. >> answering the question who let the dogs out. health news now and worrying new numbers about lyme disease.
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time for us to check "the pulse." we'll start with steve harvey and some disturbing revelations after that miss universe debacle. the talk show host tryingo come back after mistanly announcing the wrong winner in the miss universe contest. >> yeah, so he named miss colombia the victor before realizing it was actually really miss philippines. dur the taping of a two-part show on the topic, he got especially emotional talking about his wife. >> that night i went to bed at 12:30. i woke up at 2:30. i couldn't even sleep. but my girl got it with me, marjorie. she got up with me. she was the best. [ applause ] an you got to have somebody with you. somebody climb down in the hole with you and she did that.
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harvey says it's been especially difficult for his family. his wife and children have actually received death threats and they've been viciously attacked on social media. everyone had such a laugh at his expense and he is the funny guy but people forget that when you make mistakes like that on an international level, it hurts. >> it dis hurt and he's come around to celebrating it a little bit but obviously after it immediately happened it was tough. >> hard, right. . >> so you can back off now and laes and gentlemen, it turns out that man flu is a real thing. apparently the flu really does hit us guys harder. researchers at johns hopkins have figured out that women are protected from aggressive flu simms because of the female hore hone estrogen. >> did a man do this survey? >> yes. >> and the research for this. >> sure sounds like it. >> a smart man. >> still doesn't mean we should wait on you hand and foot, kendis. so get your own chicken soup. >> no, come on.
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north korea claims it's achieved another scientific milestone. hangover-free alcohol. north korea's official media says it's made from begin skeng and instead of sugar, it uses burnt rice. >> okay, so it's the sugar that causes a hangover apparently but experts are skeptical to say the least. last year north korea claims its scientists had discovered cures for aids and also ebola. >> don't get too excited. >> you'll end upike that still. now to a story blowing up on our website, more than 1,000 likes for a pooch that loves to give hugs. >> yeah, this affectionate border coleboard border collie and the owner recently posted this with the german shepherd named grizzly viewed more than 36 million times. look at that hug. oh. >> that dog is everyone's best friend.
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go talk to your doctor. you're not indestructible anymore. our top stories, this tuesday morning, a busy day ahead for all the presidential candidates with less than two weeks to go until the iowa caucuses. the battle for front-runner is getting particularly sharp. three of the americans released by iran are in a military hospital in germany getting used to freedom. one decided to remain in iran, a fifth former prisoner is already in boston. the arcti cold that's been freezing the midwest is spreading into the northeast. temperatures in some midwestern states haven't been above zero since saturday. and taking a look at today's weather, heavy rain along the west coast, heavy snow further inland. light snow in the upper midwest and rain further south. much more heavy snow along the eastern great lakes. and finally tennis still has a reputation as a genteel sport
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that some of its matches may have been fixed. >> this morning some of the sports ranked players are now under suspicion. abc's david wright has the story. >> reporter: as the australian open kicks off down under, a bombshell threatens the integrity of professional tennis. a report on allegations of widespread match fixing implicating some of the more competitive players on the grand slam circuit. budfeed news and the bbc report on documents they say were leakedrom a secret investigation commissioned by professional tennis. >> this is a growing problem. it's huge and the tennis integrity unit is just not getting to grips with it. >> reporter: the reports point to gambling syndicates in russia and sicily that whistle blowers sought to fix matches at grand slam events including wimbledon. sorrentino serena williams and novak djokovic were asked about the report. djokovic called it a crime against sport and admits people
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about giving him $200,000 to throw a first round match in russia in 2007. he says he dropped out of the tournament instead and doesn't want to be linked to this kind of thing. williams says she doesn't know anything about it. telling the assembled media, quote, when i'm playing, i play very hard and every player i play seems to play hard. among the players implicated in the reports, more than a dozen who have ranked in the top 50 in recent years including eight players scheduled to play in the 2016 australian open. >> a group between six and ten players really who were the main focus of the evidence that we had dug up. >> reporter: officials are pro tennis insist they take the issue seriously and that the sport's tennis integrity unit always follows up. david wright, abc news, new york. >> within the last hour andy murray playing down under called it all disappoints. >> really is.
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