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then systematically sending them out. nobody thinks that this is realistic. but more importantly, that's not who we are@as americans. >> much more on what the president had to say later this morning on "good morning america" and the entire interview on "sunday this week." > the faa says pilots from the southwest jet, a cessna and a
had the powerful lit shone in their cockpit.t. there have beenore than 5,000 reports of laser strikes so far this year. the university of missouri has named the retired federal civil rights attorney and one of the first black graduates of its law school as interim president. michael middleton says he is no stranger to what he calls systemic racism on campus, and he is promising to work directly with black activists on issues of racial inequality. well, from coast-to-coast, protesters took part in a million student march to show solidarity with the university of miouri. walkouts and rallies took place at more than 100 public colleges with demonstrators calling for free tuition and $15 minimum wage for campus workers. the weather throughout ernight is not rain or snow, it's actually veryy strong winds in the midwest, especially around the great lakes. the region has seen gusts as high as 66 miles an hour. >> wow. what's causing very high waves on lake michigan and lakeshore
is flooding likely. the strong winds could also be a problem for travel, both airline and highway. and they may cause some power outages. well, today of course is iday the 13th, a day most consider very unlucky. but it turns out that it can actually be very lucky for some lottery players. >> in at least five years alone, mega millions players in s ins in michigan have one more than $5 million. and with a jackpot of $200 million for tonight's drawing, this particular friday the 13th could be the most profitable yet for some lucky winners. sosohat does this mean? do we have to fly to michigan? get someone in michigan to buy the ticket? >> you can play -- well, michigan i a lucky state. but we can play the multimillion-dollar lottery anywywre and see if we have luck on this friday the 13th. >> all right. coming up, black friday is just two weeks away. so what's the world's largest retaileroing to make things a little easier on shoppers this year? also, up ahead we have my section with the world's oldest
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morning. and for those who prefer a more hands-on shopping experience, the main event kicks off inside walmart stores at 6:00 p.m. on thanksgiving. the world's largest retailer promising there will be plenty of the most popular products. deals including this 40-inch hdtv for $149. an ipad air 2 for $100 off. and toys like this "star wars" light saber, 5 bucks. and walmart isn't alone. target launching ten days of black sundays. already eight black friday deals on sale now. as they have in years past, walmart will be handing out wristbands for the most in demand products. so as long as y have one of these, you get thehe door buster. rebecca jarvis, abc news, new york. coming up in our next half hour, a stung verdict in the case of a reputted mob leader. he was charged in that notorious
$6 million lufthansa heist nearly 40 years ago, inspiring the movie "good fellows." from facing life in prison to life as a free man.n. first, meet the womom who is considered the oldest living yoga teacher. we'll tell you why she is now being called the real life the "world news now" exclusive is coming up. reena gets a close-up with her. >> and let me tell you, she beat
way into longevity since the coolidge presidency. but her positive message today, it's really timeless. >> beautiful. >> reporter: meet the real life forrest gump. >> listen to your heart beat. >> reporter: 97-year-old, like gump, has witnessed historic moments firsthand and met with some of the most influential iconk like bob hope, the dalai lama, andeepak chopra. but unlike the famed character played by tom hanks -- >> run, forest, run! >> reporter: her secret isn't rung. >> shrift them off your back. >> r rorter: it's stretching.. and her longevity has made her the world's oldest living yoga teacher. born in india, tao moved to france and had success model fog famous designers like coco channel. when world war ii broke out she founu herself drawn into the resistance against nazi germany. it was then that she realized
the power of positive change in teaching yoga to others. >> the nicest thing that i could is when somebody can't do somemeing and i show them they can. >> reporter: she toured the u.s. and even wrote over 300 film scripps, combining a career in show business with her love of yoga and call to social activism. she has w wked with gandhi and martin luther king jr. but she credits her uncle who raised her with teaching her compassion and acceptance. >> never look down on anybody. know that t en a farmer may be illiterate, but knows more about the soil than you do. so you're illiterate. >> what is your secret about life? >> when i wake up in the morning i say this is going to be t best day of my life. >> reporter:ou really say that to yourself? >> yes. whatever you put in your mine materializes. so don't materialize anything negative. materialize everything positive.
>> reporter: she has broken her wrist and had three hip replacements. but tao doesn't count the injuries or even the years. and she has no intention of slowing down. >> i'm not interested in what i can't do. nothing is impossible. >> reporter: in fact, tao lelened to dance when she was 85. since then, she won more than 700 first place dance prizes, even traveling to countries as far away as india where she danced withh famed bollywood choreographer. >> she is a gift. and i think whoever has come across her, they all feel blessed about her. >> reporter: tao has inspired people all over the world, young or old. she makes quite an impression on her students. >> a little girl 6 years old said to me, tao, what are you going to do when you retire? i said i'm not going to retire. i said i'm going to dance my way
she said oh, that makes sense.e. we put a man on the moon. when i get to be your age, i'll be able to find you. >> do you ever think about death on the other side? >> no, no. i haveve a feeling thathis is not the end of life. this tiny little planet. >> reporter: and she offers this advice for a younger generation. >> don't procrastinate. tomorrow never comes. one minute after midnight it's already today. >> reporter: wow, look at you. i wasted no time trying to figure out her moves. >> never stop trying. >> reporter: that's tao, master of yoga. >> may the light of yoga join your body, mind, and spirit. >> reporter: and of life. >> to bring you ppce, to bring you love, to bring you health. lead us from the unreal to the
of inner knowledge. shanty, shalom, amen, amen. >> how cool. >> she is hands-down one of the top three people i've ever interviewed in my life and such an inspiration. she also has a new book out, "dancing light" for anyone who is looking for a christmas gift. it tells her whole story. she really believes whatever you manifest in your head comes out. she is a classic example of how thinking positively can transform your li. >> and i love her whole theory of living in the moment. one minute after midnight is a new day and to start each day as if it's different. what was like the big inspirational moment that you got from her? >> that i wouldhave to cut off my legs if i wanted to get into those yoga positions. that's just one of the many takeaways i learned.
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middle east. what a u.s. official calls a direct hit on the isis terrorist known ass jihadi john, the man wanted for allegedly beheading other countries as well, now presumed dead. live coverage straight ahead. also ahead, widespreadd protests on college campuses across the country. students angry about how racist incidents are being treated, now and big change at the under new leadership. > and now in half hour, a a reputed mobster walks out of court after being acquitted with connect with one of the most infamous heists in u.s. history. part of his defense straight out of an episode of "seinfeld." and what's in a name? not much apparently when the guy we all got to know on "baywatch" wants to change. well, it's sort of a hassle with the hoff. it's friday, november 13th.
news now." >> well, good friday morning. we begin with the breaking news months in the making. the likely death of the terrorist known as jihadi john. the masked man, a british citizen seenn videos beheading u.s. journalists steven sotloff, james foley, and a number of over hostages. >> jihadi john, his real name mohammed emwazi, he was tracked by the u.s. for months. he was targeted in a u.s. drone strike as he left a building and entered a vehicle in the isis stronghold of raqqah. that is in syria. one official telling abc news it was a 100% direct hit, and that jihadi john basically evaporated. >> new details about the killing are still coming in this morning. abc news investigative producer james meek has been working hi sources and joins us live. james, jihadi john was not the head of isis, but the u.s. mililiry really wanted to get him. how long were they tracking him, and how does his death impact isis? >> well, good morning, reena. they'v'vbeen tracking jihadidi john.
emwazi. he was unmasked finally in a series of leaked news reports early in the winter of this year after presiding overerhe video beheading of a number of u.s., british, japanese aid workers and journalists. they've been tracking him fo quite a long time. and the intellllence agencies of the u.s. finally zeroed in on his location. and got the green light to attack him with a drone strike in raqqah, syria. as he was exiting a building, a drone missile hit the vehicle he was in. and as one official said to me, evaporated. and on the impact, leaving his car in flames. >> okay, so james, we'rereetting that froroone official. but will the u.s. ever have 100% confirmation that he is dead? and how will they possibly try to confirm this? >> well, they y y not ever 100%, but they can come close, because they will be looking -- they'll
isis operatives, as well as social media and other chatter, cell phones of people in the vicinity of the strike will bebe talking to each other. the group may acknowledge, it's possible, jihad john's death. by the way, he was called jihad john because some of the hostagesalled several britisis captors who were particularly brutal to them the beatles, sort of a way to identify them. and he was known as john amongst the so-called beatles of these isis hostage takers. >> and you also spoke to the mother of murdered journalist james foley just a short time ago. he was seen with jihadi john just before his execution. what was her reaction to all of this, james? >> well, the foley family has been anticipating the possibility of the man who at least on video presented himself as their son's killer. journalist james foley. what diane foley told me tonight is she said, you know, if only
so much effort that was undertaken to find and kill jihad john had been undertaken to find and rescue her son and the other hostages who were subsequently murdered by isis in a very high profile way over the past 14 or 15 months or so, that would have been something she said was very small solace to learn th jihad john had been killed in an air strike. and she said, you know, the government just doesn't get it. it doesn't bring them their son back. that was their point. and they are -- i don't think they're going to miss jihad jojo, but i think they would have preferred to get jim back alive. >> and that's so understandable. one mother's grief and several other families who likely very much feel the same way. james meek, part of our brian ross investigative unit. james, thank you so much for your time this morning.. and that major strike on a member of isis coming just hours after isis claimed carried out deadly attacks in lebanon. at least 43 people were killed in twin suicide bombings in
beirut, one of the deadliest terror attacks in recent years. it would be especially ominous if those claims are trueince isis has not recognized affiliates in lebanon before. > well, students at more than 100 college campuses nationwide staged walkouts and rallies to show their solidarity with protesters at the university of missouri. >> it was called the million student mareh, and it was planned before tensions erupted at missouri.i. but protesters say they used the opportunity to speak out against overt and subtle forms of racism that they say pervades most campuses. >> escalatatg complaints about race issues has prompted yet another resignation. the dean of students at claremont mckenna college in southern california has stepped down. > and threaten is a n n man in charge at the university of missouri, at least for now. as abc's elizabeth hurd reports, he says hee is reaea to work with activists on campus to resolve
>> reporter: the university of missouri wasting no time meeting their new interim president, michael middleton, a lg-time law school professor. >> we all know that the university has faced its share of troubling incidents, and we recognize that we must move forward as a community. >> reporter: it was just on monday that now former president tim wolfe and the university chancellor announced their resignation, bowing to mounting pressure from students and faculty, protesting what they callacial injustice on campus. >> this is what democracy looks like! >> really what is at q qstion is the racial climate on campus. >> reporter: raising concerns, and some already getting results. >> i committed to them that we will work to make this t best yale it can be. >> reporter: yale devoting $50 million to increase faculty diversity and ithaca creating a new chief diversity officer position. but back in missouri, the tuation still tense, with the legion of black collegiates tweeting this photo of a vandalized sign outside the black culture center.
showing nearly empty lecture halls after two missouri college students posted threats online against black students. both students wererrested, and yesterday 19-year-old hunter park was in court and denied bail. prosecutors say heheold investigators he had a, quote, deep interest in the oregon mass shooter. kendis and reena, back to you. >> elizabeth, thank you so much. the student protesters are getting no sympathy from the republican presidential front-runners. donald trump blasted the campus demonstrators, calling their demands crazy. and he slammed the former university of missouri president chancelllr for stepping down. >> i thinknkt's disgusting. i think the two people that resigned are weak, ineffective people. i think that when ey resign that they set somhing in motion that is going to bebe a disaster for the next long period of time. >> we're being a little bit too tolerant, i guess you might say accepting infantile behavior. i don't care which side it comes
from. >> ben carson added that the two sides need to sit down and have an open discussion. >> okay. so speaking of charm, he also had some explosive words for carson about his self-proclaimed troubled youth. trump poked fun at carson's account of trying to stab as friend as a teenager, showing supporters in animated fashion you mit say that a belt buckle couldn't stop a knife. and he likened carson's past temper to a child molester. >> if you're pathological, there is no cure for that, folks. okay? there is no cure for that. and i did one of the shows today. and i don't want to say what i said. but i'll tell you anyway. i i id that if you're a child molester, a sick puppy, you're a child molester, there is no cure for that. there is only one cure. we don't want to talk about that
that's the ultimate cure. >> well, trump also told the crowd at a rally in iowa that carson went into a bathroom and came out religious. then he said don't be fools. it doesn't happen that way. the coast guard is searching overnight for a cruise ship passenger. the woman was a passenger on the norwegian pearl and jumped from the ship about 20 miles off the coast of cuba. the pearl isishartered for an electronic dance music cruise. and on its way from miami to a mexican caribbean resort. she is the second cruise ship passenger to go overboard this week. okay. we're going to switch our gears right now. in last night's nfl game, it looked like christmas came a little bit early. the jets were in all green, and the bills were in all red. >> it was the start of the leagueue color rush experiment which will continue on thursday nights. as for the game, the bills scored nine points in nine seconds, thanks to field goal and a fumble return for a touchdown. buffalo led fr there. and despite a jets comeback, r r ryan and the bills win it, 22-17.
>> so it's not unusual actually for pewple to look future that one unique thing that sets them apart from everyone else. >> from kenichi ito of japan, that unique thing is running on all fours. at the 11th annual guinness world records day in tokyo, o ran 100 meters in just 15.71 seconds, shattering the world record. >> wow. the fastest man on all fours says he spent nine years studying how monkeys move to improve his technique, hence his nickname monkey man. saying hussein bolt has nothing to worry about from that guy. coming up, we're going to wrap our continuing coverage of shia labeouf's movie watching. >> this is your favorite story. >> it was of the week, by far. plus, the alleged wiseguy who will be home for the holidays now that he has been cleared of a crime made famous ininhe m mie "goodfellas." and in "the skinny" this is
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we're tracking b baking news overerght. the isis terrorist known as jihadi john believed to have been killed in a u.s. drone strike in syria. he of course is a masked man seen in gruesome videos beheading hostages, including the u.s. reporter james foley. sources tell abc news that it was a 100% direct hit, and that jihadi john basically evaporated. in the meantime, here at home, a stunning verdict has been reached in an organinid crime
nation for nearly four decades. >> an aging mobster here in new york has been acquitted of charges he helped plan the legendary lufthansa heist in 1978 that inspired the hit film "goodfellas." wjac's n.j. burkett has the details. >> reporter: 80-year-old vincent asaro was triumphant and astonished. amid the bewildering crush of reporters and photographers, he said not even john gotti got this much coverage. freedom he saifelt good. >> i i like the thank my two lawyers. without them, i wouldn't be here now. and i would like to thank the u.s. marshall service for treating me great. >> now i think mr. asaro intends to go home and spend thanksgiving. >> i've had two years here and i intend to go home. a reputed mobster from queens, charged with helping plan to 1978 lufthansa heist at kennedy airport.
at the time, the largest heist in american history. just over $6illion in cash and jewels. some of the robbers were killed off,f,nd others testified against asaro. but the defense raised doubts about their motives and their credibility, saying the case was just a lot of yada yada yada. >> the key to winning the case is that our client is innocent of the charges. >> reporter: the verdict here was a major blow to the prosecution. the fbi and the u.s. attorney's office spent years building this high profile case. to many, asaro seemed destined to die in federal prison. that clearly will not happen. >> okay, so that was actually a big heist back in the day, 1978. it was $6 million heist. if we adjusted it for inflation, that's about $21.5 million today. >> that's a lot of money. >> id was really a huge heist there. > when we come back, the big announcement from actor david hasselhoff. and it's a big day today for both justin bieber and one
we'll leave it to him to explain. 2> i've been wanting to drop the hassle from my life for years. now have i made it official. david hoff. >> yeah, well it turns out however the name change appears to be just a publicity stunt for his new show "hoff the record." it's airing in the uk. hasselhoff rep tells page 6 it's part of an ad campaign that launches in australia this weekend. >> oh, like off the record. >> yeah. get it? >> all right. next u u let's move on to this wonderful day that it is. friday the 13th. but we're all lucky. justin bieber and one direction with new albums. >> both acts are dropping new albums today. but at least one critic from "the new york times" is referring to them all as joyless boys. >> what? >> i know. blasphemy. bieber's purpose he writes is less of a contribution to popular music and mo of a plot point in bieber's ongoing narrative of himself. did you get that? the theme of the entire album that a pseudo sort of outlook. get it? >> i think that writer is just sour.
>> yeah. >> in the meantime, british boy band, and they are a band, one direction is also releasing its new album today. but maybe being seen as more of a place holder. in march they tragically lost zayn malik w wn he left the nd. in august they announced it would go in hiatus next year. critics say it shouldn't afft their music sales because one direction has always been less of a musical proposition than a marketing onon i think those people are thininng way too deeply about these groups. come on. next to a y that is full of joy this morning. >> daniel radcliffe is now officially among the stars on the hollywood walk of fame that is, honored with the walk's 2,565th star. he shaved his head. the 26-year-old who captured the world's hearts at the tender age potter films. people's hearts. radcliffe has since earned his stripes in several other movies and broadway plays.
frankenstein in which he plays an assistant to a mad scientist will hit theaters on november 25th. >> we'll have to look out for that. finally, an upte on our continuing coverage that we've had over the last few days. we've had a number of crews on another hollywood star. >> shia labeouf. >> yes. >> your guy. he has been camped out since tuesday inside new york's angelica film center, live streaming himself watching all 27 of his momoes in reverse chronological order. it's apparently finally ended. his cinematic marathon with his debut in disney's "even stevens". disney is our parenencompany. labeouf called it all my movies project for nearly three solid days. he was g@ued to that seat that you see there. he didn't shower, except for ten-minute breaks. i went down there to kind of check it out. the line was so long, one person saw him and said it was
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well, topping our headlines this morning, the death of jihadi john, the mass executioner who became the symbol of isis. a u.s. official now presumes he has been killed in a drone strike. >> it caps off another busy week here at home of racial tenons, crime, and politicic theater. here now is our weekly friday rewind. >> we got frustrated with each other. and that is why i stand before you today and i take full responsibijity for this frustration. and i take full responsibility for the inaction. >> it's really just about getting fairness, not just about tim wolfe resigning, but getting equal rights. >> the mizzou community for one of the first times i've ever seen stand together united. >> nothing is more important than this badge that we wear in our uniform. tonight that badge has been torn.
is almost talking to god. >> was heard in the last second of the recording. >> this is a bomb by affiliate isis. the sinai isis has lly eclipsed al qaeda as the gravest terror threat in the world. >> you knew thth were guilty during the olympics? >> i was aware that it was a very, very, very, very, very high possibility. >> the burden of proof is not going to be on me to corroborate everything that i've ever talked about in my life. we have much more important things to do. >> if you try and hit your mother over the head with a mmer, your poll numbers go up. i never saw anytytng like it. >> ronald reagan. >> ronald reagan walked away at reykjavik. he walked away. he quit talking when it was time to quit talking. >> can i finish with my time? can i finish with my time? >> why does she keep interrupting everybody? >> and we're going keep investing in the facilities and the physicians and the staff to make sure that our veterans get the care that you need when you need it.
>> h he is not lost today. >> i sort of feel like when he is revealed to us, like he will be the luke skywalker we know and love. that being said, if he is evil, i think that would be so interesting and so fascinating. >> oh, so many people waiting for that one. >> yeah. an eventful week ahead, of course. >> yeah. the president heads to turkey, malaysia, and the philippines this weekend. >> and a big trip. and we should point we're just hours away from hearing whether russian athletes will get banned, some of them will get banned from next year's olympics in rio. >> and don't miss our updates on facebook. wnnfans.com.
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>> from abc news, this is "world news now." >> well, good morninto you. we begin with that breaking news. the cia had been on ththtrail of jihadi john for more thahaa year, but hours s o he was the a direct hit overnight killing possibly one of the most wanted men in the world. jihadi john, the british terrorist with the islamic state front and center in those disturbing beheading videos.s. real name mohammed emwazi. the u.s. has been tracking him for months now. one official telling abc news the strike was 100% flawless.
last august, beheading american journalist james folele and again beheading american steven sot shroff. and many, many more. his voice was disguised but his itish accent recognizable. >> after being identified earlier this year,isappeared om all isis videos. born in kuwait, growing up in west london, he attended the university of manchester. he is kblooefis believed to travel to syria. in a statement to abc news, the air strike against jihadi john was of small solace. quote, this huge effort too after this deranged man filled with hate when they can't make half that effort to save the hostages while these young americans were still alive. it's unfortunate that the
government doesn't get it. they think it gives s solace, bubuit doesn't. american officials believe emwazi was killed based on what whey observed of that hit. the carhat he wasn burst into flames. one u.s. official saying he essentially evaporated. reena, kendis? >> yeah, a lot of people are saying that he basically, we're getting the word from many officials that he basically evaporated with that hit. >> yeah. and can you tell what's does this mean for america's broader fight against isis? >> reena, if this is true, this is a big win for preredent obama. his policy has been marred by challenges and controversy. if it turns out emwazi was actually killed, this is proof that the intel and coordination are working. >> all right. molly hunter reporting from
molly, our thanks to you. now to the race for the white house. the gop front-runners firing off about the protests at the university of missouri and campes across the country. donald trump blasting the students and the school officials who stepped down under pressure. here is more from ababs john karl. >> reporter: donald trump is weighing in with explosive words on the protests over racial inequality at the university of missouri. calling the protests disgusting and the school's president and chancellor weak for ststping wn. >> i think it's disgusting. i think the two people that resigned are weak, ineffective people. i think that when they resign, they set something in motion is going to be a disaster for the next long period of time. >> it is our duty to fight for our freedom. >> reporter: protests over allegeracial incidents escalated this week when the college football team joined in, threatening not to play this weekend. students are demanding more black faculty and staff and more money for campus wide diversity programs. similar protests spread nationwide to other college campuses. yale protesters shouting down a
professor. >> if that is what you think about being in class, you should step down. >> reporter: ben carson, a yale graduate called the protests there infantile. >> well, we're being a little bit too tolerant, i guess you might say. accepting infantile behavior. now, i don't care which side it comemefrom. >> reporter: in stark contrast to donald trump, jeb bush and student protesters at the university of missouri had, quote, legitimate concerns. while he wouldn't say whether or not the presidenenshould have resigned, he said he probably missed a good opportunity to have a moment of healing by making it clear that the university had no tolerance for racism. jonathan karl, abc news, washington. now to another embarrassment for the secret service. a uniformed agent has been arrested for sexting someone he believed to be a 14-year-old girl. the recipient was actually a state trtrper posing as the girl. some of the communication we're told actually took place while
the white hoe. he is also accused of trying to arrange a meeting with the girl. moore reportedly admitted he had contacted other 14-year-old girls. whoever killed a young indianapolis mother inside her own home may face a second murder charge cause the woman was pregegnt. >> there have been no arrests as yet. and abc's brandi hitt reports. so far the case has police baffled. >> reporter: the search isn for the gunman who shot and kill 28-year-old amanda ackburn here inside e e pregnant mother's indianapolis home. during what police believe was a home invasion robbery. >> take a little romantic getaway. >> reporter: here is amanda in a recent youtubebeideo posted with her husband, local pastor davey blackburn. he told police after getting home from the gym tuesday morning, he found his home broken into, his wife on the ground shot in the head. and the couple's 1-year-old son, seen in this halloween photo, was home at the time of the shooting. >> amanda was an amazing person. she was good mother. and a good wife.
they had such a happy family. >> reporter: the couple had moved to indianapolis just a few years ago to start the resonate church, and appeared to be in love. police are investigating another home invasion in the same area just hours before the shooting. >> our detectives are following up on several promising leads. this appears to be a random act. >> reporter: in a statement, davey blackburn said i have not only lost my ministry partner and support, but also my very best friend. investigators say no family members are considered suspects in this case as they now comb through footage that was captured on neighbors' surveillance cameras. reena and kendis? >> thank you so much. surgeons at the cleveland clinic are preparing for the first uterus transplant ever performed in the u.s. the surgery will allow a woman who doesn't haveve uterus, had it removed or suffered uterine damage to become pregnant. eight women from around the country have already started the screening process to become the first patient. the uterus won't be removed after a woman had children so
that she could stop taking powerful anti-rejection drugs. sweden the only country where the transplants have been successful so far. a new government study finds a significant jump in the number of children with autism. it finds that 1 in 45 american children are autistic. about 2.2% that works t to be. but researchers warn other studies find the disorder is less common. well, police are crediting a philadelphia convenience store clerk for helping end a kidnapping. something didn't look right to him when a man and woman went to use the atm. he confronted the man, sheltered the woman in the store, and then called the cops. police say that the man had kidnapped the woman, a doctor, from a hospital parking garage and forced h h to make withdrawals at atms. it's amazing how alert that attendant was to know that something is wrong. >> glad to know she is safe after all that. > if you ask most traffic cops, and they'll tell you they have heard every excuse in the book when they pull drivers
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this army general has been removed from his post as top military aide to the secretary of defense. ash carter would only say there are allegations of misconduct against lieutenant general ron lewis. no word on what lewis might have done wrong. he has been reassigned while the army investigates. carter and lewis have worked together, though, for several years. a former army captain has been given the military's top honor not only for his extraordinary bravery, but for his personal sacrifice. >> he is known best by his friends as flow, but this morning the nation is calling him hero. here i iabc's megan hughes. >> reporter: as captain florent groberg received medal of honor, the 32-year-old who friends call flo had tears in his eyes. >> flo says that day was the worst day of his life and that is the stark reality behind these medal of honor ceremonies. >> reporter: for groberg, that y was august 12th, 2012 in
heas leading a security detail escorting brigade commanders and noticed a suspicious man walking backward. the former university of maryland track star acted quickly. >> flo sprinted toward him. he noticed an object under the man's clothing, a bomb. >> reporter: groberg and another soldier pushed the man away and to the ground where the bomb detonated. the action caused another suicide bomber's weapon to detonate prematurely. >> my job was simple, protect the principles. >> reporter: groberg's leg was severely injured, and four of his fellow soldiers died, though more would have been killed if groberg had not acted. >> he showed his guts. he showed his training. that's an american we can all be gratful for. >> reporter: but it seemed it was the faces in the audience more than the president's words that moved him. >> i got four families that don't have a father, a son, a brother, you know. a husband. >> reporter: after the ceremony in appropriately gloomy weather, he paid tribute. >> this medal belongs to the
true heroes who made the griffin, major gray, major kennedy, and al fatah who made the ultimate sacrifice. >> reporter: groberg says he'll try to be a better american for the rest of his life because of those four individuals. reena, kendis? >> he's got such a great story indeed. >> and he spent three years recovering from his wounds at walter reed medical center. and that'shere he met the president. but these guys retururhome from the war and they still carry so much with them. and jack, our producer upstairs saying it's pretty incredible when he went to the podium to speak to the media that he remembered all four names and he honored them, of those who have fallen. >> i'm sure he lives with their memories constantly. he is now medically retired from the army. >> what a true hero. wewe, coming up, the young actress making headlines for taking on hollywood's pay gap. >> "hunger games" star jennifer lawrence opens up to our own diane sawyer about the trap women everywhere are facing. you're watching "world news now."verywhere are facing.
okay. so she has made a name for herself on the big screen of course as a warrior. and now she is making headlines off the screen as an activist. >> we're talking about "hunger games" star jennifer lawrence, bucking the system that made her a star. as she tells our own diane sawyer, she is taking a stand for women everywhere. >> reporter: jennifer lawrence, a dazzling hybrid. young, irreverent, and a hollywood powerhouse. the final episode of the hunger game mockingjay part 2 is about to arrive. she is katniss, the embodiment of strength in the face of fear. offscreen, lawrence herself has been making news in a kind of warrior challenge all her own. when hacked e-mails about her momoe "american hustle" revealed that she was paid less than her male costars, she wrote about it saying if she was honest with herself it was partly because she had fallen into a trap that women face, not wanting to seem difficult or spoiled, while men
don't have to care. >> i felt like i -- i had to say something. because we need to talk about it. on average, women are paid 21% less than men. we can ask for the same exact thing that men do. and we do face the reality that we do get judged more. >> reporter: now several of her co-stars are speaking out for her, adding to the chorus of voices speaking for women everywhere. >> i would just hope that there is no longer a separation. oh, it's a female-driven movie. >> point down a little. >> reporter: we spent the day together. >> your form is just horrible. >> reporter: we are two kentucky girls born 45 years apart, eating hometetn barbecue in my kitchen. she also took me to new york's union square where ten years ago she was the new kid in town when a photographer wanted to take her picture and said okay. but she wanted more. >> i'm only going to sign in the modeling agency if they'll let me act. which came out of nowhere.
demands. >> i was already negotiating. >> reporter: a young woman who is already leaving a legacy, as a girl who awakened a generation of tiny fans, showing them what it's like when you believe in yourself. >> iwas so much fun watching her anandiane together. >> two kentucky girls hanging out together there. >> i actually thought diane had great form by the way with that bow and arrow. >> absolutely. we should point out that the nal chapter in "the e nger games" opens up on november 20th. and, you know, in that interview, which was really a wonderful interview, if you get a chance, go online and look at it, jennifer lawrencncsays that she is j jt playing an actress on tv, but it really has impacted the lives of young girls all over. >> it's true. and women everywhere as well. and she is raising a very important issue. and a lot of times it takes someone from hollywood to say something for the rest of the world to sort of pay attention. it's great that she is using her star power for such a great cause. >> yeah, it is. of course she isn oscar winner.
she won best supporting actress for "americacahustle." we'll see how the hunger games does at the box office and beyond. >> are you a fan? >> i got into it after the first one. >> and she is an incredible actress, i have to say. i really enjoy watching her as well. >> and she is besties with amy schumer. >> yeah. >> coming up, what is happening at the box office this weekend? >> angelina jolie, brad pitt on the screen together. what diane keating is hoping will become the next christmas classic. it seems that every year, we have to watch out for different types of germs.
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segment of the week on insomniac theater, checking out two movies opening this weekend. >> first we start with a movie written by and directed by gelina jolie. essentially jolie's honeymoon project with co-star brad pitt. this is set in the 1970s. it's centering on an author with writers block and his former dancer wife. sullen and withdrawn, drawn with false eyelashes at a european seaside resort. >> mr. and mrs. smith it ain't. jolie says at its core, it's a movie about grief, but it's apparently the audiencnc who will be e ieving.
approval. and it's hard to find any critics who likes it. so get this. ap's jack coyle writes it's too languid and artfully accessorized to work as intended. and variety's justin chang is more pointed, calling it an unabashed vanity project that struggles to turn its own beautiful inertia into a virtue. >> well, i do like angelina jolie. >> i do. and i like brad. >>up next, on a much lighter note, whwh is trying really haha to be the nextxtoliday staple. "love the coopers stars diane keaton and john goodman trying to create the perfect christmas for their family. in typical fashiononthe best laididlans fall comically short. case in point, daughter killing time in an airport to pick up a stranger to bring home. >> just be my boyfriend for one night. >> oh, no way. >> what are you going to do? there is no flights until morning. look at this. you're going to spend christmas by yourself eating dinner at wetzel's pretzels?
>> you deserve a czy pull out all the stops home-cooked meal, , and i can guarantee you that. you would make my parents so happy. >> oh, something tells me he shows up. the star-studded cast including marisa tomei, alan arkin and the voice of steve martin apparently not quite enough to save this movie from itself. suzanne turner writes santa claus himself would walk out of the theater angry enough to wage his own war on christmas. buttn a glimmer of hope, john hartle writes it may be too willing to jerk tears, but its heart is in the right place. >> ouch.
the u.s. targeting the man known to the world as jihadi john. he was the masked man who became a symboll of isis after beheading an american and other hostages. u.s. officials now presuming he's been killed in a drone strike. the breaking details from our brian ross team straight ahead. and donald trump on thehe attack, taking on his closest rival, dr. ben carson, even demonstrating a fake stabbingstupid are the people of iowa. plus, what trump thinks about carson's immigration plan. big questions in italy. are italian olive oil makers trying to fool when you it comes to what's in their bottles? a "world news now" exclusive. we'll catch up with the world's oldest yoga instructor. she's 97 years old and says she has no plans to s sw down even after reena attended one of her
friday, november 13th. from abc news, thiss is "world news now." >> good morning, everyone on this friday, the 13th. >> are you feeling more zen? >> i do feel more zen. i walked away with life from this woman. of all the interviews i've done, she's top tleempt transformed the way i think about life this woman. you're a big worko junkie. you would have had a tough time -- >> keeping up with the 93-year-old yoga instructor. >> yes. breaking overnight, the notorious terrorist known as jihadi john. he's believed to have been killed by a drone strike in syria. >> the kuwaiti-born killer seen in so many gruesome beheading videos had been tracked by the u.s. for months. abc's chief investigating corrrrpondent, brian ross, has been following the story and has the latest now for us. >> reporter: the world first came to know jihadi john a little over a year ago when he appeared in this video wearing a
black masas holding a knife, and threatening the life of american journalist james foley. his voice was disguised, but he could not hide his british accent. >> you have plotted against us and gone out of your way to find reasons to interfere in our affairs. >> reporter: one after the other, he presided over the murders of foley, steven sotloff d peter cassic, two britons and two japanese hostages. >> we'll cut the necks of your people. >> reporter: earlier this year, his true identity was identified as mohammed emwazi. the son of kuwaiti parents who emigrated to the united kingdom. even as a schoolboy in london, emwazi was spotted by teachers as having a violent streak. one teacher told the bbc that at the age of 11, he was put in anger management therapy. >> we'd find that he'd get very angry and worked up. it would take him a llng time to calm himself down. >> repororr: f funting his role as executioner once he joined isis with his piercing eyes and
gravelly voice, emwazi became men. in a statement to abc news, the parents of mururred raj james foley said the streak against jihadi john -- air strike against jihadi john was of small soes as "it's unfortunate that the government doesn't get. it they think it gives us solace but it doesn't. brian red cross, abc news, new york. >> interesting to hear the comment. it is so heart wrenching for these families of the hostages. while it is a huge get for the u.s. government, they've put resosoces, wanted to get this man, because it also sends a message to other militants across the leaf that you are going to do this. justice will be brought at some point. for these families, they're not getting their loved ones back. it has in many ways transformed how the white house has looked at the hostage policy situation. >> it does give them a little
bit of closure, but it definitely does not change the war on isis. there will be other high-value targets, i'm sure, as well. speaking of isis, it may have expanded its terror operations into lebanon with the deadly attack. the group has claimed responsibility for twin suicide bombings in beirut that killed at least 43 people, one of the years. until now, isis has not had a recognized affiliate in lebanon, but its forces are fighting in neighboring syria and iraq. many say a spillover is not surprising. an ohio man is under arrest for the alarming way that he tried to help isis. he used social media to promote violence against members of the u.s. armed forces. the 25-year-old akron man kept opening new twitter, facebook, and tumblr accounts as soon as he opened them and had names and addresses of service personnel.
stepping up attacks on fellow front-runner ben carson. he said the pathological temper carson ascribed to himself in his memoir cannot be cured any more than a child m mester can be cured. trump also mocked carson's account of trying to stab a friend demonstrating to supporters in iowa how a belt buckle couldn't stop a knife. he also doubted carson's religious awakening. so far, no comment from the carson camp. president obama had plenty to say about donald trump after the last debate. he joined the chorus of criticism over trump's promise to deport millions of undocumented immigrants. in an exclusive interview with abc's george stephanopoulos, the president called the plan unrealistic and u uamerican. >> donald trump isspeaking about history, he wants to bring back operation wetback from president eisenhower and deportation force. what would that mean? >> i think the name of the opererion tells you something
about the dangers of looking backwards. the notion that we're going to departr11 million, 12 million people from the cououry, first of all, i have no idea where mr. trump thinks the money's going come from. it would cost us hundreds of billions o dollars to execute that. imagine the images on the screen flashed around the world as we were dragging parents away from their children. and putting them in detention centers and systetetically sending them out -- nobody thinks that that is realistic, but more importantly, that's not who we are as americans. >> much more on what the president had to say to george tern "good morning america." and the entire interview sunday on "this week." three more planes in the dallas area have been hit by laser strikes. the faa says pilots from the southwest jet, a cessna, and a corporate jet all reported that they had the powerful lights shone in their cockpits. this comes one day after more
than 20 aircraft were struck by laser beams across the cotry. there have been more than 5,000 reports of laser strikes soo farar this year. the university of missouri has named a retired federal civil rights attorney and one of the first black graduates o& its law school as interim president. michael middleton says he's no stranger to what he calls systemic racism on campus. he's promising to work directly with black activists on issues of racial inequality. from coast to coast, protesters took part in a million student march to show solidarity with the university of missouri. walkouts and rallies took place at more than 100 public colleges with demonstrators calling for free tuition and $15 minimum wage for campus workers. the weather threat overnight is not rain or snow, it's actually very strong winds in the midwest, especially around the great lakes. the r rion haa seen gusts as high as 66 miles per hour. >> wow. what's causing very high waves on lake michigan and lakeshore
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accused of passing off regular olive oil as extra virgin. seven companies inclung bertoli and carapelli came under scrutiny after a magazine reported the accusations this year. extra virgin olive oil is more expensive and processed without chemicals or heat. italy is the world's second largest olive oil producer after spain. and here at home, retailers are hoping to soon see merchandise flying off the shelves as the holiday shopping season shifts into high gear. >> for years black friday had been the traditional kickoff. this year, something different. major retailers redefining what the notion of black friday means. >> reporter: you no longer have to endure this to walk away with this. walmart announcing that for the first time ever, most of those famous black friday doororsters
walmart.com starting at 12:01 a.m. thanksgiving morning. for those who prefer a more hands-on experience, the main event kicks off inside walmart stores at 6:00 p.m. on thanksgiving. the world's largest retailer promising there will be plenty of the most popular products. deals including this 40-inch h.d. tv for $149. an ipad air 2 for $100 off. and toys like this "star wars" light sabre for $5. and walmart isn't alone. target launching ten days of black friday starting the sunday before thanksgiving. best buy already has eight black friday deals on sale now. as they have in years past, walmart will be handing out wristbands for the most in-demand products. as long as you have one of these, you get the doorbuster. rebecca jarvis, abc news, new york. coming up in our next half-hour, a stunning verdict in the case of a reputed mob leader. he was charged in that notorious
nearly 40 years ago, inspiring the movie "good fellas." from facing life in prison to life as a free man. first, meet the woman who's considered the oldest living yoga teacher. we'll tell you why she's now being called the real-life forrest gump. "world news now" exclusive is coming up. reena gets a closeup with her. >> let me tell you, she beat me
way into longevity since the coolidge presidency. her positive message today, it's timeless. meet the real-live forrest gump. >> listen to your heartbeat. >> reporter: throughout her 97 years, years,like gump, has witnessed historic moments firsthand and met with some of most influential icons like bob hope, the dalai lama, and deepak chopra. unlike the famed character played by tom hoinksanks -- >> run, forrest, run! >> reporter: -- her secret isn't running, it's stretching. her longevity has made her the oldest living yoga teacher. born in india in 1918, tao moved to france as a young woman. she had early success in modeling for famed designers like coco chanel. when world war ii broke out, she found herself drawn into the resistance against nazi germany. it was then that she realized
n teaching yoga to others. >> i didn't -- really and truly, the nicest thing i can accomplish is when somebody says they can't do something, and i show them they can. >> reporter: she toured the u.s. and even wrote over 300 film scripts.s. mbining a career in show business with her love of yoga and call to social activism. she's walked with gandhi and martin luther king jr. she credits her uncle who raised hehewith teaching her compassion and acceptance. >> never look down on anybody. know that even a farmer may be ilitliterate in education butut knows more about the soil than you do. so you're illiterate about the soil. >> reporter: what is your secret to success in life? >> so when i wake up in the morning, i say this is going to bebehe best day of my life. >> reporter: you really say that to yourself? >> yes. whatever you put in your mind materializes. so don't materialize anything negative. materialize everything positive.
wrist and had three hip replacements, but tao doesn't count the injuries or even the years. and she has no intention of slowing down. >> i'm not interested in what i can't do. nothing seems impossible. >> reporter: in fact, she learned to dance when she was 85. since then, she's won more than 700 first place dance prizes. even traveling to countries as far away as india where she danced with a famed bollywood [ applause ] >> she's a gift. and i think whoever has come across her, they are bless good her. >> reporter: tao has inspired people all over the world, young or old. she makes quite an impression on her students. >> a little girl, 6 years old, said to me, "tao, what are you going do when you retire?" i said, "i'm not going to retire." said, "i'm going to dance my
she said, "o that makes sense. we put a man on the moon. when i get to be your age, i'll be able to find you." >> reporter: do you ever think about death and the other side? >> no, no. i have a feeling that this is not the end of life. this tiny littltl planet. >> reporter: and she offers this advice for a younger generation -- >> don't procrastinate. tomorrow never comes.s. onon minute into tonight is already today. >> wow! look at you. i wasted no time trying to figure out her moves. >> never stop crying. >> reporter: that's tao, master of yoga. >> may the light of yoga join your body, mind, and spirit. >> reporter: and of life. >> to bring you peace, to bring you love,o bring you health,
darkness into light of inner knowledge. shanti, shalom, amen, amen. >> how cool. >> he is hands down one of the top three peoplpli've everr intervieied in my life and such an invasion. she's got a book out, "dancing light." anyone looking for a christmas she believes whatever you manifest in your head and believe in comes out. i think she's c cssic example of how thinking positively can really transform your life. >> i love her whole theory of living in the moment. one minute after midnight is a new day, and to start each day as if itit different.t. and what was like the big inspirational moment that you got from her? >> that i would have to cut off my legs if i wanted t@ get into those yoga positions. one of the many takeaways i learned. >> very flexible.arned. >> she is very flexible.
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