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hollywowd on 9/11. something he says is untrue. >> it didn't happen. and the fact is that people can say anything but the facts are the facts and that did not happen in new jersey that day and hasn'n' happened since. >> reporter: other candidates are staying out of the fray, focusing instead on cyber-monday shoppers. mark koeg rubio's cpaign offering a flash sale on then tee and ted cruz supporters offering a limited edition sweater. democrats also tried to get in on some of the cyber-monday dollars by offering a special discount to liberals in their online store. aditi, kendis. >> thanks to lana there. we're exactly two months away from the iowa caucus. another big data breach to tell you as the holiday shopping seen heats up, v-tech announces
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information of 5 million customers and their children. the hong kong-baseded company says credit cards and social security numbers have not been compromised but the breach includes addresses, names, gender, and birth dates of child users. i guess this might qualify as perhaps the cutest picture to emerge from the holiday season so far. it happened at a mall in indiana. >> let's an look at there little guy right there. he felll asleep waititi foris rn to have a picture taken with santa. so santa made the best of it and acted like he was taking a nap, too. he probably could have used the rest. >> the little gugus name is zeke. his dad was taking the pictures. since he posted them online, they've gotten nearly half a million likes. it's very, very cute. picture was taken at a mall in evansville, indiana. and so. >> making a nice comfortable cushion for him. >> exactly.
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a nice pillow. it does. an dad can't believe how adorable our son's pictures santa came out. >> it's the most unique picture rather than him sitting on the lap. >> have you done that with your daughters yet? >> we're kind of not excited about the lines and everything, but we're going to having to brave the lines and do it. >> coco. >> we'll have her fall asleep. coming up, a historic in the halls of the united state congress. >> it may be tuesday but many of thoseyber-monday dealslsre still out there. why retailers are keepinging up their end of the bargains and which purchases offer the best value. >> the man who decided to stay up more than two days straight for you insomninis take note. our medical editor dan child's is taking one for the team to see the true effects of sleeplessness. he's with us in the studio. check out our behind the scenes
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check out this bizarre accident in china. watch as those two vans suddenly rise off the ground before one flips. the video left people guessing what happened. turns out, a s seet sweweer had pulled a cable up off the road which acted as a trip wire. fortunately, no one was injured. >> yeah, you can see the sweeper over there on the right i guess. kind ofcool.
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>> here at home in the meantime, a major trip wire was apparently pulled online at both target and paypal. >> so many cyber-monday shoppers caused slowdowns and interruptions or both sites. but still shoppers barely missed a beat. here's abc's rebecca jarvis. >> reporter: a glimpse >> reporter: tonight, a glimpse of the not too distant future. 30-minute delivery by drone, brought to you by amazon. >> lowers itself slowly to the ground, drops off the package and flies straight back up to altitude. >> reporter: the retail giant hoping today's sales will top last year's recordrd 500 items soldldvery second. retailers fighting for your attention. >> cyber monday is arriving at target.com. >> reporter: target offering 15% off everything on its website. leading to that temporary crash. best buy offering a rare discount on some apple products, like $200 off this macbook air. plus, according to the number crunchers, now is one of t t best times o othe year to book that family vacation.
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travel. and big discounts on cruises. like this one to the bahamas. five nights for as low as $309. 70% off on travelocity.com. if you can afford to wait, try leaving that shopping cart for a while. a a mber of retailers wiwi e-mail you coupons for an additional savings just to close the deal. rebecca jarvis, abc news, new york. >nd it does appear l le cyber-monday is starting to take over. sales were once again down on black friday for the big box stores. >> yeah. >> are you all set? >> not even like 1%. i'm one of those people who shows up at the store december 24 at 5:00 p.m. and does all my shopping. >> your poor hubby. >> i did do somehopping for the most important person in my life. >> you? >> myself. >> got to take care of number one first.
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but i was amazed how quickly i got to my a artment last night. >> you were saying a matter of hours. >> afternoon, boom, i was there. coming up in our next half hour, where your tax dollars are being spent. the stung n n report that has taxpayers seeing red. millions of dollars spent on everything from weight loss plans for truck drivers to studying the dating habits of senior citizens. >> but first, it's somomhing about which we all know all too well. the science behind what really happens to our bodies when we don't get enough sleep. that's coming up next on "world
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>> i can't imagine that you had any. >> well, it is a subject that's near and dear to our hearts here at "world news nowow sleepdeprivation. if you're watching us right now, you're probably in the same boat. >> you may recall during gma's epic live stream event two weeks ago, the managing editor of our medical stayed up for 50 straight hours to see what what would happen to his body and mind. boy, did he ever. >> reporter: we're a nation running on empty. up to 70 million americans arere not getting enough sleep. one night of bad sleep can lead to problems concentrating and accidents like car crashes. so we wanted to put the human body to an extreme sleep test to fifi out how it would react. >> it's quite likely i'll start to lose it a little bit. >> reporter: under the supervision of doctors at mount sinai center for sleep medicine, dan childs stayed awake foror 50 hours to find out the effect of
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concentration, coordination and the ability to complete tasks. dan was notllowed a wink of sleep or a sip of caffeine. >> when you're sleep deprived, humans eat more. >> he craved carbs like cereal and pie and forced himself to be active to stay awake. this lego is is apparently for ages 6 to 12 into he even worked out and found his body was much more awake after exercising. but his low points came in the morning hours. >> i'm doing i can to stay awake. >> reporter: after being awaking for 50 hours, dan was disoriented and unable to complete simple tasks not to mention utterly exhausted. >> probably have a c cple of hours left in me and then we'll see happens. >> dan childs joins us now live. what did happen after the experiment? >> well, the experiment after the 50 hours, we went back to thth hospital room where i had been staying for 40 hours. i was completely disoriented as if someone picked up the room
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i couldn't find my way around or my way out. i went directly home. i slept for about ten hours. woke up. ate like half a chicken, fell back asleep for ten more hours. in the first 24 hours after the experiment, i was asleep for 20 of them it took a lot of recovery. >> what surprised you most about the whole thing? >> there were a number of things. number one, i think thatt itt was even possible that i could get through this 50 hours but the other thing, and this is really interesting was that i felt as if even during the end of the experiment, as if i was capable of doing certainthings. but then when we did like the sobriety test, the cogmytive test, it was very clear that i wasn't actually doing these things very well at all. i think thateflects one of the problems with a ate sleep deprivation. people get behind the wheel or do something else and they run a risk of hurting themselves. >> they feel as if they're quite fine.
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whatort of advice after coming out of all there do you have for people who have to keep odd hours perhaps because of work? >> most experts say the trick is to keep a schedulele no matter what your shift happens to be, make sure you have a regular sort of schedule that allows enough sleep and stay discline disciplined to that. as long as you get hours you need, you're probably going to be okay. once you start cutting into that or making it irregular, that's where you un into problems. >> many of us have been in be that situation of tossing, tun turning, not being able to g g to sleep. what's your advice for that snug. >> there are a couple things people can do. one of the things is practicing wh's called good sleep hygiene. kind of a funny sounding term. what it means is making sure that the place in which you're sleeping it dark enough and cool enough to let you sleep through the night to, make sure to minimizedistractions. if you're really running into problems, if y findhat you have trouble falling asleep
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really the time where you need to seek out your doctor's opinion. you need to see a sleep expert and see what can be done to improve thingsing and see if there's larger underlying problem that's keeping you awake. >> okay. dan childs, appreciate it. >> thank you. and stay with us. we'll be right back. so how ya doing? enough pressure in here for ya? ugh. my sinuses are killing me. yeah...just wait 'til we hit ten thousand feet. i'm gonna take mucinex sinus-max. too late, we're about to take off. these dissssve fast. they're new liquid gels. and you're coming with me... wait, what?! you realize i have gold status? do i still get the miles? new mucinex sinus-mamaliquid gels. dissolves fast to unleash max strength medicine. start the relief. ditch the misery.
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and to the u.s. capitol historian asking, you know, he's waiting ononfirmationrom the house historian, but an apparently he thinks he's the first speaker to sport a beard in about 100 years. the historian said yeah, you know what the last speaker to do it was well-known frederick huntington who was a speaker from 1919 to 1925 who sported a beard. >> interesting. >> we'll see if he'll have it for the state of the union the 12th o o january. we've been talking about christmas gifts. we have one coming out today which a lot of people might be excited about. a remote control oscar mayer wienermobile. ke a miniature wienermobile. it's remote controlled. it's coming out today. this is the best part i thought. it's large enough to deliver two hot dogs. a special compartment inside. i love loft hot dogs. available for purchase for $25 through the oscar mayer website
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>> if it can bring you a beer, asaswell, i wouldld relish t t thought of it. this is really cool if you're a traveler.@ this coup ol norwegian couple from the very start of their journey through southeast asia from thecouch, they captured all of it on video. they traveled to thailand, lay owes, vietnam, cambodia, malaysia and australia. youuaw them kayaking, partying, surfing, swimming. you saw them doing it all. finally they made it back home after ts much three-month journey. they made it back home andhey were jusus abablutely. >> l lk at all the mail. >> tired. the mail piled up in that time. >> you no he that feeling when you come back home? you just want to be on your couch and veg out. >> absolutely. >> that's coco. by the way, after all those miles, they're still flying coach. >> yeah, and they're still together. >> yes, well that's probably the biggest victory there of all. >> cool video in as you trail that we should get to.
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>> a competition. >> a music competition i guess in australia near melbourne. this sand tornado just popped out of nowhere. these guys said why not.t. we're going to keep the party going.
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>> not wise i would think. this morning on "world news now," an urgt challenge. ththworld's leaders comimi together to combat climate change. president obama's promise to the world as the fight against terrorism also very muchn the picture in paris. breaking news. police in atatnta involved in a fatal shooting near a downtown hotel. one person killed in a s.w.a.t. team operation. the latest details just coming in. >> n@w this half hour. wasteful government spending. >> the latest report on how taxpayer dollars are being spent. the embarrassing programs being fueled by your money and how
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the pork pulled. >> just when you thought this guy was gone, he's back. psy, the man responsible for gangnam style and all after its terrible wedding dance moves has returned with a new even more bizarre song. the new music video storming the globe giving everyone a daddy complex on this tuesday, december 1st. where did you get that body i got it from my daddy >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> once you see it it, you cannot be unseen. >> unfortunately, you can't get it out of your head. >> i'm kendis gibson. >> i'm aditi roy in for reena ninan. i was wondering where he went. i forgot he existed in the first place. >> and now he is back. we're going to get to that video because it will no doubt be an
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those things you just wish never existed. he's fun at least. we're going to talk about climate change now and the climate summit in paris. the largest gatatring ever of rld leaders. >> president obama and russian president vladimir putin you see here met on the sidelines. this was to talk about syria and fighter jet. the fight against terrorism loomed large with ultratight security in paris. major streets in the capital was shut down to protect the heads of 150 nations. we get more now frfr abc's lana zaza >> reporter: in france, climate change is on the agenda but terrorism is on the mind. >> we salute the people of paris for insisting this crucial conference go on. an act of defiance that proves nothing will deter us from building the future we want for our children. >> reporter: interspersed amamg ththspeeches about the environment, discussions continue on the growing threat
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terrorism that little more than two weeks earlier led to the deaths of 130 people in paris. president barack obama paying tribute to all the victims with a single white rose and with nearly 200 world leaders i paris so soon after the attacks, the city is in lockdown, all public protests are banned. some tried to assemble in defiance. police and protesters clashing. while inside the cononrence, major meetings between world leaders including president obama and chinese president xi jinping. the chinese considering a greater role in the terror fight after a chinese hostage was killed recently by isil. >> i look forward to discussing how china can play a greater role in addressingnghis crisis, especially supporting the political transitioning in syria and assisting humanitarian
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>> reporter: at the e me time, china's president is discussing climate change, beijing issued kits worst pollution report of the year, 25 times beyond what is considered safe. lana zak, abc news, washington. >> what an image there. onmore note on this. pope francis is chiming in on the climate change conference saying, quoting here, "it's now or never." on the pla back from africa, the pope said, "we are on the brink of a suicide." he said the problems are
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d he added that he's trusting paul williams has more on the changing conditions. good morning, paul. >> thanks, kendis, aditi. we're still expecting a good deal of snow from sioux falls down towards omaha and minneapolis. the darker blue indicating 6 to popoibly 10 i ihes of snow from the same system that was just a little bit of a problem with flooding to the west but now has changed over to snow showers. by wednesday, we'll actually have something that's going to help us out. the jet stream will divide us between church and state. a slow-moving cold front brings scattered showers along the east coast. much colder air behind tat. we really want this jet to stick around because it will keep them separate becse if not for the dividing line, we'd have a monster of a snowstorm to tell you about.
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aditi, kendis. >> the state departmtmt released the largest batch of e-mails from hillary clinton's private server to date. some 7800 pages. these e-mails cover the period of the attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi. they includedehe message clinton sent to her daughter chelsea about that attack but there don't appear to be any new bombshells we're told in this release. donald trump has told a crowd of 5,000 in macon, georgia, that cnn should pay him for appearing in the next debate because he'll draw such a big audience. trump's under fire for claiming that muslims in new jersey were seen cheering after the 9/11 attacks. new jersey governor chris christie says flatly that never happened. abc's tom llamas asked trump about that. >> today governor christiti said that you muslims celebrated in new jersey on 9/11. today he said that never happened and you should stop talking about that. >> he didn't say that t e other day.
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the other day he said it like well, he doesn't know. now i guess he feels emboldened. he must be careful with what he says. >> trump failed to get the endorsement of a minister's group which he claimed would happen. something new is popping up on menus across new yorkrkity, a warning about too much salt. starting today, a tiny salt shaker in a black triangle will appear next to the meals high in sodium containing a tea spoon of salt or more. the new label is part of an effort to combat hrt disease and stroke. only chain restaurants will be affected. and if you w wt to live a long life, be fit in your 20s. a new study finds when 20 somethings had good cardiorespiratory health, they were less likely to die in middle age even if thewere overweight or had high cholesterol, blood pressure or blood sugar levels. they even put a number on it, finding for every extra minute a young adult could endure a 15% less likely to die of any cause.e. >> why couldn't we have had this study a good four years ago in
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not very good at math. >> some sports now. the baltimore vens and cleveland browns are having seasons to forget but they delivered one of the most memorable monday night football endings in recent history. pick it up late in the fourth quarter when cleveland backup quarterback austin davis hit travis benjamin for that 42-yard touchdown. that plus the extra point tied the game. that tied the game. then this happened. it has to be the browns. they attempted what woululhave bebe a game-winning fielelgoal but it was blocked and even worse, will hill took it to the hill to the end zone to secure a 33-27 win for the ravens. painful for the browns. well, let's talk about basketball. if you're a basketball fan who wants to see kobe bryant play for the lakers one last time before he retires, well, be rerey to pay for that pleasure. >> since bryant announced he's retiring at the end of the season, ticket prices on the secondary market for the games have spiked.
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for the lakers final regular season game is more than $570 on one ticket service website. >> for that same game, the most expensive listed at an astronomical $21,000. >> wowow coming up, the latest ways your tax dollars are being spent. and you probably won't be impressed, what la mas and senior dating programs have do with government spending. > celebrities taking it all off. the new calendar shoot showing the more intimate side of very fafaus and successful wowomen. wow, that, of course, latetein "the skinny." first a look at the forecast map. philadelphia the lakers are in town. but the phillies -- the 76ers are so bad, tickets are still available for 80 bucks. "world news now" weather, brought to you by mucinex sinus max. so how ya doing? enough pressure in here for ya?
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it's b bome an annual tradition on capital hill. the monday after thanksgiving a weekend of turkey is capped off with pork. lots of it. >> every year, senator tom coburn of oklahoma would list his 100 top wasteful spending projects. well, this year, his success ker senator james lankfo has no shortage of material. abc's mary bruce on the money trail. reporter: remember r ese guys? the llamas on the loose that took over the internet? after their great escape, the federal government took time to tell the owners, they needed permission from washington to showcase the animals. just oneneut of 100 examples of alleged federal overreach and wasteful spending, highlighted in a new report. it's the kind of federal pork
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$65,000 to study what happens to bugs when the lights go out? $2.6 million on a weight-loss program for truck drivers. and $375,000 to study the dating habits of seniors. leaving the study's author asking, government spending or match.com? we couldn't find any lawmakers coming to the defense of this spending. pennsylvania congressman joe pitts, who oversees some spending, is pointing the finger at the agencies spending the money. why are we seeing $2.6 million for weight-loss programs for truckers? >> it's just mind boggling. i'm sure they'll come back with some kind of an excuse. >> reporter: waste watcher republican senator james lankford who compiled the list is putting washington on notice. >> they get away with it because no one's watching, and thas the challenge. >> reporter: but watchdogs say don't expect to o e any of this
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study, its author tells us he's confident he'll see more of this kind of government spending. mary bruce, abc news, capitol hill. and when we come back,,amy schumer and serena williams like you've never seen them before. >> the big reveal. batman versus superman. "the skinny" is next. >> announcer: "world news now"
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abc stations. are verb nay. slug skinny, so skinny it is time now for "the skinny." and topping our headlines this morning, that new video from psy. i know you've been waiting for it. >> just when you thought it was safe to click on to youtube again, it's been three years since we last saw the korean pop sensation when he nearly broke the internet with ngnam style. >> and now psy is out with an even creepier videdetitled "daddy." >> where did you get that body from? where did you get that body from? >> i got it from my daddy. i i t it from my daddy. i got it, got it. >> hey, where did you get that bodied from? >> okay, so the song is apparently a gender swapapribute
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psy says though that he doesn't expect daddy to even approach the success of gangnam style. i got to say now, it's the third time i've heard it. >> don't'tay it. >> it's actually only less irritating. >> but it is catchy. it's like a train wreck. you can't help but watch it. i can't stop watching it. >> i love that he lost hair up top but added some to the chest. good job. next, let's talk about some like you've never seen them before. >> the 43rd edition of the parelli calendar, the italian tire company famous for pinups. this year features 13 women of outstanding achievement mostly two notable exceptions include actress amy schumer wearing only underwear and heels. >> and also this year serena williams, nearly every toned
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among the other females photographed by annie liebovitz with their clothes on include fran liebovitz, ava duvernay and patti smith. > beautiful photos there. next an unsuspececd surprise last night for superhero fans. >> a brand-new teaser from the movie "batman versus superman, dawn of justice." >> the full trailer debuts tomorrow night on "jimmy kimmel live." the movie hits the theaters on march 25th easter weekend. looking forward to it. >> speaking of teasers call it a modern honeymoon loaded with instagram pics. >> "modern family" stars sophia vergara and husband joe manganiello couldn't resist
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>> they jetted to turks and caicos island for their honeymoon over theheast week and they've got the pictures to prove it. congratulations to the pretty couple. >> beautiful people in a beautiful place. >> and very wealthy people, as well. >> exactly. rubbing it in our faces. ming up, another blissfullylyappy lady laughing all the way to the bank. >> adele now saying hello to her new music place. you're gonna ask for my credit card - - so you can charge me on the down low two weeks later look, credititarma - are you talking to websites again? this website says 'free credit scores'. oh. credit karma! yeah, it's really free. look, you don't even have to put in your credit card information. at?! credit karma. really free credit scores. really. free. i could talk to you all day. i'i'lucky to get through a shift without a disaster. my bargain detergent couldn't keep up. so i switched to tide pods. they're super concentrated so i get a better clean.
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over a month since adele gave the world "hello." hello from the other side >> reporter: and you probably can sing along with every word. adele is everywhere. topping the billboard ho100 charts for four weeks straight, appearing in these minimalist target c cmercials. and perhaps most impressively, forcing insync to say bye-bye bye to a record they've held for 15 years, the title for most album sales in a single week. now in the digital age, adele' "25" sold more than 3 million copies can the week of its debut. the first week her record was out, every minute about 335 people bought it. that's crazy. never mind i'll >> the one like you singer's magic seems to lie in almost a universal appeal. even her bodyguard amassed a following online. >> adele is a multigenerational artist.
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people in their 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s, 60s, basically if you can walk, you can buy an adel album. if you can't walk, you can buy it online. reporter: many say a large part of adele's appeal is her relatabilityeability relatability, dnlike many other pop star divas. flawless beyonce or ththpolished taylor swiftftadele seems like one of us. >> she is a new kind of pop star. she is not a pop star who's chasing the now or a pop stat trying to be untouchable and perfect. >> reporter: she relies on the biggest driving factor behind her unmatched success, undeniable talent. >> most people when they put out a record, they make all sorts of brand deals to increase their exposure. she did it by singing music. >> reporter: as long as she keeps rolling out new music, fans will help her rewrite the record book. i'm kayna whitworth in los angeles. seems like you can't just esespe her at all these days. >> so talented. >> we're okay with that.
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supplemental milk when their mothers can't produce it. the `rogram has no income requirements, and it's free to all mothers. the hospital has purchased the milk k om university of iowow health care's "mother's milk bank" of iowa. more news later tonight here on t-v nine. good morning. i'm kendis gibson. >> i'm aditi roy here's some of the top headlines we're following. partrtof the northern plainsnd upper midw good morning. i'm kendis gibson. >> i'm aditi roy here's some of the top headlines we're following. parts of the northern plains and upper midwest are getting a big dose of snow. some areas of minnesota will see up to a foot before it stops falling today. full details straight ahead. >> the white house announced new anti-terror measures including the appointment of robert mali to fight isis. security will be tightened in the visa waiver program. >> donald trump is on the defensive this morning after
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of a black minister's group. instead, some of the religious leaders called on trump to address his use of what they called racially charged rhetoric. and toymaker hacked. 5 million vtech customers and their kids exposed. their personal information stolen, names, addresses even birth dates now in the hands of cybehieves. those are some of our top stories on this tuesday, december 1st. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now.b good morning. we begin this half hour with the wintry weather making a mess right now in the northern plains and upper midwest. >> the snow making roads dangerous across the dakotas`and into minnesota. plenty of spinouts meant guys operating flatbed trucks are having a very busy night and early morning. the storm follows a string of deadly weather incidents across the corrupt as abc's elizabeth hur reports. >> reporter: technically, winter may still be weeks away, but
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>> i guess apparently one car slid but there is some thick ice that has gotten ground there. you haha to go a little slowow. >> reporter: winter arriving early across the plains and the midwest. the storms intense and deadly so far being blamed for killing at least 14. >> no way you should have survived tt. > know. >> reporter: in utah, first responders are calling this woman lucky she survived. >> she didn't have any strength left, and there was no way s could have got on top p the ice by herself. >> reporter: the 3 -year-old was trapped in freezing water after falling through the ice trying to reach one of her dogs.. the rescue caught on an officer's body camera. >> thank you so much. >> reporter: in arkansas, floodwaters ran rampant and in oklahoma, ice wreaked havoc, shattering power poles and snapping power lines. forcing the governor to declare a state of e ergency in all 77 counties.
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great lakes area, forecasters say brace for m me snow with thth latest round. the good news, forecasters say this storm will be long forgotten by the end of the week with temperatures well above freezing by friday. aditi and kendis? >> that's good news. thanks, elizabeth. what can the upper midwest and plains expect today? >> let's get the details from accuweather's paul williams. good morning, paul. >> thanks. right now, we are keeping a close eye on the possibility of intermittent snow that's going to affect the folks in wisconsin, iowa and leaning over towards the dakotas. we're talking about, think of that boyfriend or girlfriend you've been trying to get rid of that they keep coming back, the snow will keep coming back in the form of hit and miss spotty snow showers so much so we'll have accumulations between 6 and 10 inches, sioux falls, minneapolis and down towards omaha. >> paul saying snow is like the boyfriend and girlfriend that you try to get rid of it. >> still trying to wrap my head around that.
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that one. thanks, paul. president obama is holding several more meetings this morning before heading home from the summit i ipairtrist today. >> as he took some of the blame for climate change, much of the attention was diverted to isis and the war on terror. jonathan karl has more from paris. >> reporter: it's the biggest presidential photo-op in history. 150 world leaders crowding onto the stage in paris, vowing to combat climate change, a problem president obama said the u.s. helped cause, as one of the world's top emitters of carbon pollution. >> the united states of america not only recognizes our role in creating this problem, we embrace our responsibility to do something about it. >> reporter: but the climate agenda here has been overeradowed by the more immediate concern of terrorism. president obama laying a rose at the growing memorial outside the bataclan theater, where 89 were killed in the deadliest of the attacks here on november 13th. and extraordinary security
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here's something you never see. paris with no cars on the street. but the government has shut down virtrtlly every major roadway in the central part of the city. but you can still get around. with so many streets closed, the government has allowed everybody to ride the metro today for free. president obama ventured out to one of parar's top restaurants for dinner with france's president, discussing climate and, of course, the challenge of combatting isis. president obama also had a 30-minute meeting with vladimir putin here talking about the situatatn in syria. the president expressed regret for turkey's downing of that russian fighter jet and is urging both russia and turkey to work together with the united stateseso find a political solution to the situation in syria, but there was no sign of any breakthrough on that. jonathan karl, abc news, paris. back here in the states, one suspect is dead after gunfire ererted on a downtown atatnta strere. the man was killed by police in the parking lot of an upscale hotel after a brief chase.
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the suspect had been a passenger in a car stotoed for going the wrong way. the driver was arrested. drugs, weapons and money we're told were found in the vehicle. the mother of tamir rice and two of his siblings have testified before a grand jury in cleveland. the panel is deciding whether the officer involved should face criminal charges. the 12-year-old was carrying a pellet gun at the time. patrolman timothy loehmann shot him within two seconds of arriving at the scene. >> the chicago polole officer accused in the death of 17-year-old laquan mcdonald has posted bond and walked out of jail. the case spapaed daily protests, including a threat that shut down a university campus. abc's alex perez with the latest. >> reporter: officer jason van dyke ifree for now, fighting his way throroh a crush of reporterer after posting bond in chicago. van dyke charged with first
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the judge revieied the incendiary dashcam video which investigators say shows van dyke shooting a 17-year-old black man 16 times in 15 sonds. >> the judge set his bond at .5 million. his defense says van dyke feared for his life when he opened fire on laquan mcdonald who was holding a small knife. >> he is very scared about the consequences that he's facing. he's concerned for his wife and his children. >> there will be no momo cops shooting unarmed kids. >> reporter: there were more protests on the streets of chicago with demonstrators calling for the resignations of top officials. >> we're here to bury police misconduct in the e ty of chicago. >> reporter: and police have made an arrest for an online threat that shut down the university of chicago campus. federal investigators say jabari dean posted on social media, i will execute 16 white male students. this is not a joke. 16 the same number of times mcdonald was shot. n dyke's lawyers saye acted lawfully.
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absolutely defensible. >> reporter: and van dyke now preparing for a legal battle in court. the police union president saying they are asking their members for donations to help with van dyke's defense. alex perez, abc news, chicago. >> nearly a quarter of u.s. bridges are structurally deficient according to a new congressional watchdog report. this comes despipi an $830 billion project that was supposed to improve the nation's infrastructure. the report found that 10% of bridges were categorized as structurally deficient a 14% categorized as functionally obsolete. today is the 27th annual world aids day. out front and marking the day, bono will perform at carnegi hall for a f fd-raiser along with the edge, hozier, jesse j, miley cyrus and others. vice president joe biden will be there. bono's aid organization called red will kick off a raffle that will give people who donate $10
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a cast of all-star celebrities. >> and this is the time of year we start to hear about what's turning up in the salvation army red kettles around the country. >> yeah, before the bell ringing and the money collecting ends this year, there will be gold coins ananplenty of other stuff turned in by donors. >> here's one example. a $500,000 check donated to the twin cities salvatioarmy this past weekend, the largest donation ever in minnesota. the previous largest $25,000. the donors have ked to remain onymous. >> i've always wondered how successful those kettle campaigns are noways when you leave the supermarket or you leave another outlet. we don't have e sh anymore. we're all using cacas. >> or checks evidently, right? >> i guess. that's making up for us. coming up from adult fantasies to fantasy football. the former pororstar who now leads the ever growing crop of female fantasy players.
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said, he hadadorrowed the truck from someone else. can't make it up is just about right, exactly. well, there's one thing you can't call this next lady. it's dumb. she's a former porn star turned fantasy football personality with her own radio show. >> typical resume. she's showing that the sport isn't just for guys anymore. we're e "up all nightline"""" with abc's nick watt. >> reporter: mad dog sports radio. >> reporter: she is the public face of a movement. >> first i'm going to go with the fantasy question. as crazy as this sounds, mcfadden has been the strongest on this field right now for the cowboys. >> reporter: breaking down barriers into a world once associated with scary b brded men, gentlemen, you can pretend you don't recognize her. or pretend you're familiar only with her radio work. the truth, this 43-year-old recently switched adult fantasy
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nearly a year after she hung up her g-string, she's still one of the stop rated stars on porn hub. but far more interestingly from an industry notorious for chewing up and spitting out its stars -- >> people will tell you once you've done porn, you're never going to be accepted back into society. >> kansas city has strong bats. don't know who i'd rather go up against. >> reporter: lisa ann is a barely plausible success story on sirius xm radio. >> monday nights, lisa ann does fantasy with my co-host adam ronas. >> adult film star lisa ann. >> on thursday mornings, i do a fun show called "the morning men." and they're not changing the name even though there's a womama involved. >> reporter: women are now one-third of all fantasy football managers. staggeringly, that's up from 20% just last year. llions of women spending hundreds of millions of dollars a year and maybe listening to
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for those of you who, like me, don't know what the fantasy sports really are, you choose players and score points and win money based on how well they do. >> what sport is this? >> we're going to do football. >> so we're looking tobrady. >> frank gore. >> emmanuel sanders, calvin johnson, the gronk, adam vinatieri and the denver broncos. >> just hearing it in your voice, just so much better. >> reporter: her new career has her dividing time between new yorkrknd l.a. wherere her apartment is filled with memorabilia. >> this is the world series play ball that's signed by derek jeter. >> reporter: it does look like a guy lives here. >> it does. i know. this is terrell owens, a michael jordan ball and a trading card from my childhood sports collection. >> memorabilia from her different lives. >> on the way up to my bedroom, i thought the very last landing would be a good place to scare guys. and put all of my awards right here. this is your last chance to bail
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>> yeah, that -- okay. >> it's mean, right? >> adult nightclub exotic dancer award winner. >> hall of fame. this is a big award for avn. >> reporter: that was then, this is now. so that was a od play, right? he threw the ball and caught it. >> they're moving the chains, getting the ball down. >> reporter: i'm nick watt on a couch being taught football. the quarterback stays on the whole time. -- by a retired porn star. >> she is teaching him a few things. avn is similar to the pulitzer. rob gronkowski who we thought was seriously injured is now considered week totoeek. he had a strain and bruise. basically, that's like a hang nail for gronkowski. but it would be a season-ender for tony romo. but he's got a strain and a bruise. >> okay, good to know. >> we should point out that that young lady played sarah palin in one of her movies.
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kind of film. >> it's all about youth, trying to hang on to it. to recapture it and ultimately letting it go. you're watching "world news now."
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>> at my age getting in shape is a waste of time. >> reporter: caine said there are several lines in the movie he could relate to personally. one had a doctor asking his character how it feels to be old. >> i don't understand how i got here. and that's exactly how i feel. i don't undedetand how i got here. suddenly i'm this old man. i go, how the hell did that happen? >> music is all i understand because you don't need words and experience to understand it. it j jt is. >> reporter: caine and weisz hadn't worked together before filming but during the shoot, they became fast friends. >> it's always intimidating before you get to know somebody when they're just a legend and an icon which sir michael is. but then i got to know the human being. he's incredibly human and humble and down to earth unpretentious. most unpretentious person i've work worked with. very quickly he became my mate. >> we became great friends. it's easy. that's what's great.t.
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when you're acting, it's lovely. >> reporter: this is george pennacchio reporting for abc news. >> i can't get enough of his french accent. it's beautiful. >> i know. we love rachel weisz, as well. big fan. >> they're both great. coming up, speaking of youth, "sports illustrated" sports kid of the year. >> the young olympic hopeful who is making a splash inside and outside the pool. who
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>> on top of the world beating justin bieber. >> stuck at number two. i think he's all right about that. >> he was a young like phenom, justin bieber. >> he's still young. >> but you know, he was in his teens when he had had success. speaking of another kid who's having success at only 15 years old and already measuring 6'8", he's the young olympic hopeful that is making quitita splash in the pool. >> reece whihiey is being called the next best thininin the breast stroke. as abc's linsey davis explains, everything about this young man is larger than life. >> reporter: he's a 6'28"286'8" swimming sensation. at just 15 years old, reece whitley is being called the next michael phelps. he attributes his success now to a failure at summer camp when he was just 7. >> i failed the water test the first time i did it. i told my mom that night and she enrolled me in lessons the next week.
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>> reporter: today, whitley holds five national age group records and has fast enough times to have already qualified for the 2016lympic trials. just as much as he's'sreaking recordrd he's also breaking g barriers. >> 70% of black people don't even know how to swim. >> yeah. >> what's your reaction to that? >> i think i'm going to need to play a key role in kind of integrgring swimminging in inner cities a lot more. >> reporter: when people compare you with the best of swimmers, the most elite of swimmers, how do you take that? >> at the end of the day you can't get caught up in that stuff. it throws yoururind off. >> reporter: he is as humble as he is a hulking figure. and kind enough to give an olympic hopeless like enough of a head start to experience the thrill of victory thatat now old hat for him. >> who won? >> i think lynn say got it. >> linsey davis, abc news, new york. lynn say has a future as a swimmer. very nice. that's the news for this half hour.
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thanks for joining us. this morning on "world news now," an early winter blast. >> parts of the midwest getting hit with a one-two punch of heavy rains turning to snow and ice, treacherous roadways promising a rough morning commute. up to 10 inches in the forecast. we'll have the latest on the storm as i imoves east. more troubles for trump. a meeting with black leaders not exactly going as planned and facing a fight from fellow republican chris christie on trump's claim of 9/11 celebrations.
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their online stores. a major data breach for a popular toymaker. parents and children's personal info stolen from the company's server and the hackers feared to have found pictures of child users. and sleep it off. the wild experiment to see just how important getting those zs can be. our brave medical editor got hooked up and stayed awake for 50 hours straight. no cheating. hehe here with alarming results. it's tuesday, the 1st of december. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." good morning. i'm aditi roy in for reena ninan. >> i'm kendis gibson. great to have you baba. we were talklkg with dan a little bit later on about staying up for 50 hours or as us correspondents would call it, any day that ends with a "y." >> i know exactly. i know. it's rough, right? even today, i feel like we're tryingngo beat his record. >> that is true. that is true. that ione of the tests on these hours that many of you
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one of the true tests rights now going on in the middle of the country. the severe weather which is what we're going to start with. a snowstorm that is coating the upper midwest. snow has been coming down in minneapolis since yesterery afternoon making roads there a mess. >> and that snow is heavy and wet and that's not good for tree branchs for power lines. some areas could get up to a foot of snow. abc's rob marciano reports from minneapolis. >> reporter: a white knuckle ride home in the upper midwest. in minneapolis, cars in ditches and jackknifed tractor trailers. in kansas, tree limbs crashing right through vehicles. this storm coming on the heels of an icy mess that killed at least 14 people. oklahoma's governor declaring a state of emergency in all 77 counties. >> do it again. oh, wow! >> reporter: street lights exploding in el reno. more than 100,000 in the dark at the storm's height.
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house. >> it's going to get worse before it gets better, because of the weight of the ice as it melts. >> reporter:r:nother danger overhead, ice-coated power lines. >> look how big these pieces of ice are. >> reporter: a 300-foot power line covered in an inch of ice adds more than 750 pounds to those lines. and that leads to this. >> oh, it's coming down! hit record! hit record! >> it's recording. >> reporter: further south, what didn't freeze flooded. and a warning about thin ice. a 32-year-old woman in utah also lucky to be alive tonight. she was chasing after one of her dogs when she fell through. >> okay, okay, i got your dog. come on. >> i can't stand. >> here. grab her. >> thank you so much. >> reporter: the rescue caugug on an officer's body camera. >> good to see they're okay. the ice still thin in many spots in the country, above average temperatures for the month of november. there's the first significant snowstorm for minnesota. potentially the largest snowfall that the twin cities has seen in nearly two yearsrs rob marciano, abc news,
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>> so we move from that to climate change. president obama is wrappppg up his trip to paris today after attending the climate summit with 150 other world leaders. the president acknowledged that the u.s. shares the blame for climate change saying we embrace the responsibility to do something about it. he also joined the french presididt for dinner at one of the finest restaurants in all of paris. most nations have pledged to reduce greenhouse gases but the biggest issue is who should bear most of the burden. the president returns to d.c. this e ening. republicans have pounced on the president's climate agenda even before an agreement is reached. house majority leader kevin mccarthy says the house will not back the president if he tes to commit taxpayer dollars to support a climate accord. the house is voting this week on several bills aimed at the president's climate policies. the suspect in the planned parenthood clinic shooting made his first appearance before a judge.
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link from the county jail where he's been held sincehe attack. by his side was the same public defender who represented colorado theater shooter james holmes. dear will likely be charged with three counts of first degree murder on december 9th. the chicago police officer >> the chicago police officer who shot laquan mcdonbld 16 times is free this morning on bond. jason van dyke has been charged with first degree murder in the death of the 17-year-old. prosecutors wanted him held without bail but van dyke's lawyer argued successfully he is not a flight risk. a judge then released him on $1.5 million bond. van dyke put up 10% of that amount. and fededel officials say laquan mcdonald's murder is what motivated 21-year-old jabari dean to make online threats that shut down the university of chicago on monday. dean allegedly wrote that he wanted to kill 16 white students or staff as well as whititpolice officers there. he was arrested monday morning
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commerce that carries a maximum sentence o ofive years. talk about politics now. the race for 2016 and donald trump on the defensive after a meeting with black religious leaders didn't turn out exactly as he had planned and trump is also under renewed attack from one of his rivals. here's abc's lana zak. >> the beautiful thing about the meeting is they really didn't ask me to change the tone. i think they want to see victory. ultimately it is about we want to win and win together. >> a wonderful time in the meeting. weweade a lot of progress. not the last one. >> reporter: the event heralded as a major endorsement originally scaled back after several controversial comments and tweets by trump including one where he retweeted black statistics about black on white crime and after suggesting a black protesters deserved to be roughed up by trump supporters. these pastors coming&to his defense. >> he's probably the least raciststerson there is. >> reporter: in new hampshire,
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maintaining that american thousands in new jersey during 9/11. something he says is untrue. >> it didn't happen. and the fact is that people can say anything, but the facts are e the facts, and that did not happen in new jersey that day and hasn't happened since. >> reporter: other candidates are staying out of the fray, shoppers. marco rubio's campaign offering a flash sale on this baseball "t" and ted cruz supporters offering a limited edition sweater. democrats also tried to get in on some of the cyber-monday dollars by offering a special discount to liberals in their online store. aditi, kendis. >> thanks to lana there. we're exa[tly two months away from the big iowa caucus. another big data breach to tell you as the holiday shopping seen heats up, v-tech announces hackers have stolen the personal
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customers and their children. the hong kong-based company says credit cards and social security numbers have not been compromised, but the breach includes addresses, names, gender, and birth dates of child users. i guess this might qualify as perhaps the cutest picture to emerge from the holiday season so far. it happened a couple days ago at a mall in indiana. >> let's an look at there little guy right there. he fell asleep waiting for his turn to have a picture taken with santa. so santa made the best of it and acted like he was taking a nap, too. he probably could have used the rest. >> the little guy's name is zeke. his dad was taking the pictures. since he posted them online, they've gotten nearly half a million likes. it's very, very cute. picture was taken at a mall in evansville, indiana. d so. >> making a nice comfortable cushion for him. >> exactly. who knew that santa's belly made
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it does. and dad's facebook comments about the whole thing, can't believe how adorable our son's pictures with santa came out. >> it's the most unique picture rather than him sitting on the lap. >> have you done that with your daughters yet? >> we're kind of not excited about the lines and everything, but we're going to having to brave the lines and do it. >> cool. >> we'll have her fall asleep. coming up, a historic in the halls of the united states congress. it may be tuesdada but many of those cyber monday deals are still out there. why retailers are keeping up their end of the bargains and which purchases offer the best value. the man who d dided to stay upore than two days straight for you insomniacs take note. our medical editor dan child's is taking one for the team to see the true effects of sleeplessness. he's with us in the studio. check ouour behind the scenes pics on instagram.
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check out thth bizarre accident in china. watch as those two vans suddenly rise off the ground before one flips. the video left people guessing what happened. turns out, a street sweeper had pulled a cable up off the road
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fortunately, no one was injured. >> yeah, you can see the sweeper over there on the right i guess. kind of cool. and trippy. here at home in the meantime, a major trip wire was apparently pulled ded online at both target and paypal. >> so many cyber-monday shoppers caused slowdowns and interruptions or both sites. but still shoppers barely missed a beat. here's abc's rebecca jarvis. >> reporter: a glimpse of the not too distant future. 30-minute delivery by drone, brought to y y by amazon. >> lowers itself slowly to the ground, drops off the package and flies straight back up to altitude. >> reporter: the retail giant hoping today's sales will top last year's record. 500 items soso every second. retailers fighting for your attention. >> cyber monday is arriving at target.com. >> reporter: target offering 15% off everything on its website. leading to that temporary crash. best buy offering a rare discount on some apple products, like $200 off this macbook air. plus, acacrding to the number r crunchers, now is one of the best times of the year to book
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up to 65% off hotels at liberty travel. and big discounts on cruises. like this one to the bahamas. five nights for as low as $309. 70% off on travelocity.com. if you can afford to wait, try leaving that shopping cart for a while. a number of retailers will e-mail you coupons for an additional savings just to close the deal. rebecca jarvis, abc news, new york. >> and it does appear like cyber-monday is starting to take over. sales were once again down o black friday f the big box stores. >> yeah. >> are you all set? >> not even like 1%. i'm one of those people who shows up at the store december 24 at 5:00 p.m. and does all my shopping. >> your poor hubby. >> i did do some shopping for the most important person in my life. >> you? >> myself. >> got to take care of number one first. >> i love you immediately knew that.
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got to my apartment last night. >> you were saying a matter of hours. >> afternoon -- boom, it was there. coming up in the next h hf hour, where your tax dollars are being spent. the stunning new report that has taxpayers seeing red. millions of dollars spent on everything from weig loss plans fofotruck drivers to studying the datininhabits of senior citizens. but first, it's something about which we all know all too well, sleep deprivation. the science behind what really happens to our bodies when we don't get enough sleep. that's coming up next on "world
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>> announcer: "world news now" throw back to our head
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>> i can't imagine that you had any. well, it is a subject that's nene and dear to our hearts here at "world news now." sleep deprivation. if you're watching us right now, you're probably in the same boat. >> you may recall during gma's epic live stream event two weeks ago, the managing editor of our medical te stayed up for 50 straight hours to see what would happen to his body and mind. boy, did he ever. . >> reporter: we'e' a nation running on empty. up to 70 million americans are not getting enough sleep. one night of bad sleep can lead to problems concentrating and accidents like car crashes. so we wanted to put the human body to an extreme sleep test to find out how it would react. >> it's quite likely i'll start to lose it a little bit. >> reporter: under the supervision of doctors at mount sinai center for sleep medicine, abc news' dan childs stayed
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the effect of sleep deprivation on things like concentration, coordination and the ability to complete tasks. dan was not allowed a wink of sleep or a sip of caffeine. >> when you're sleep deprived, humans eat more. >> he craved carbs like cereal and pie and forced himsese to be active to stay awake. >> this lego is apparently for ages 6 to 12. >> reporter: dan even worked out and found out his body was much more awake after exercising. but his low points c ce in the morning hours. >> i'm doing i can to stay awake. >> reporter: after being awake for 50 hours, dan was disoriented and unable to complete simple tasks not to memeion utterly exhausted. >> probably haha a couple of hours left in me and then we'll see happens. >> dan childs joins us now live. what did happen after the experiment? >> well, the experiment after the 50 hours, we went back to the hospital room where i had been staying for 40 hours. i was completely disoriented as
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and turned it 90 degrees. i couldn't find my way around or my way out. i went directly home. i slept for about ten hours. woke up. ate like halala chicken, fell back asleep for ten more hours. in the first 24 hours after the experiment, i was asleep for 20 of them. it took a lot of recovery. >> what surprised you most about the whole thing? >> there were a number of things. number one, i think that it was even possible that i could get through this 50 hours but the other thing, and this is really interesting was that i felt as if even during the end of the experiment, as if i was capable of doing certain things. but then when we did like the sobriety test, the cognitive test, it was very clear that i wasn't, i wasn't actually doing these things very well at all. i think that reflects one of the problems with acute sleep deprivation. people get behind the wheel do something else and they run a risk of hurting thememlves. >> they feel as if they're quite
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sleep is a major issue for many viewers. what sort of advice after coming out of all there do you have for ople who have to keeeeodd hours perhaps because of work? >> most experts say the trick is to keep a schedule, no matter what your shift happens to be, make sure you have a regular sort of schedule that allows enengh sleep and stay disciplined to that. as long as you get hours you need, you're probably going to be okay. once you start cutting into that or making it irregular, that's where you run into problems. with chronic sleep deprivation. >> many of us have been in that situation of tossing, turning, not being able to go to sleep. what's your advice for that? >> well, there are a couple things people can do. one of the things is practicing what's called good sleep hygiene. kind of a funny sounding term. what it means is making sure that the place in which you're sleepipi is dark enough and cool enough to let you sleep through the night to make sure to minimize distractions.
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have trouble falling asleep every single night, that's really the time where you need to seeeeout your doctor's opinion. you need to see a sleep expert and see what can be done to improve things and see if there's a larger underlying problem that's keeping you awake. >> okay. dan childs, appreciate it. >> thank you. and stay with us. we'll bebeight back.. we'll be right back. so how ya doing? enough pressure in here for ya? ugh. my sinuses are killing me. yeah...just wait 'til we hit ten thousand feet. i'm gonna take mucinex sinus-mama too late, we're about to take off. these dissolve fast. they're new liquid gels. and you're coming with me... wait, what?! you realize i haveveold status? do i still get the miles? new mucinex sinus-max liquid gels. dissolves fast to unleash max strength medicine. start the relief. ditch the misery.
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and to the u.s. capitol historian asking, you know, he's waiting on confirmation from the house historian, but apparently he thinks he's the first speaker to sport a beard in about 100 years. the historian said yeah, you know what t e last speaker to do it was well-l-own frederick huntington who was a speaker from 1919 to 1925 who sported a beard. >> interesting. >> we'll see if he'll have it for the state of the union the 12th of january. we've been talking about christmas gifts. we havavone coming out today which a lot of people might be excited about. a remote control oscar mayer wienermobile. like a miniature wienermobile. it's remote controlled. it's coming out today. this is the best part i thought. itit large enough to deliver two hot dogs. a special compartment inside. i love hot dogs. it will be available for purchase for $25 through the
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today, but only in limited numbers. >> if it can bring you a beer, as well, i would relish the thought of it. this is really cool if you're a traveler. this couple, norwegian couple, from the very start of their journey through southeast asia from the c cch, they captured all of it on video. they traveled to thailand, laos, vietnam, cambodia, malayaya and australili you saw them kayaking, partying, surfing, swimming. you saw them doing it all. finally they made it back home after this much three-month journey. they made ititack home and they were just absolutely -- >> look at all the mail. >> tired. the mail piled up in that time. >> you no he that feeling when you come back home? you just want to be on your couch and veg out. >> absolutely. >> that's cool. by the way, after all those miles, they're still flying coach. >> yeah, and they're still together.
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biggest victory there of all. cool video in australia we should get to. take a look at this. >> a competition. >> a music competition i guess in australia near melbourne. this sand tornado just popped
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we're goinas a storm system continues its movement through the upper midwest we are left with scattered showers. overnight a bibi of a light
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transition to all light snow. scattered flurries along with a windy tuesday is in store, as highs hold in the lower to midide 30s. following some scattered midweek flurries the weather making news in america this morning, breaking overnight, a deadly shooting outside a crowded hotel. an exchange ofgunfire w wh police. the new details and video coming in. winter storm, heavy snow falling right now. cities declaring emergencies with storm warnings in four states on this first day of december, we're track it all. >> exploding toy. one of this year's hottest holiday gifts being blamed for burning down a family's home. >> and psy is back.
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