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use your smartphone longer and without pain. because they want to justify this whole thing. the company actually quotes a hand therapist who says we tone, train, maintain muscles. prevent rather than mend. and look after our precious limb. >> build up the thumb strength. thumb wrestle. >> wouldn't texting help you build up your thumb strength anyway. >> i guess so. but if you want to be a champ -- ever see some of those. >> my 18-year-old niece. >> yes, something about teenage girls. lightning fast. smaller fingers. dude are challenged. my thumbs are like -- >> sausage fingers. >> auto correct. forget about that. >> the worst. coming up -- the tawdry book that most notorious inmates are beginning to read and begging to read more of. >> daring stunt by the high risk adventure. we'll bring it to you. you are watching "world news now." ♪ rocket man
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housewives of new jersey" are free on $500,000 bond each after being indicted on 39 federal charges. >> prosecutors say more than a decade theresa and joe giudice defrauded banks and the federal government. abc's juju chang has the latest on the case and the couple. >> and i am going to call you scum. >> you know what? i'm out of here. >> reporter: there's something about watching a train wreck that makes joe and theresa giudice riveting television. they're famous for epic fights on the "real housewives of new jersey." >> hey, joe. >> what? >> i'm tired of -- [ bleep ]. >> joe! >> reporter: now the giudices are in the fight of their lives starring in a different kind of televised drama after posting bail to the tune of $1 million. 39 counts in total including conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud, bank fraud and
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bankruptcy fraud. they're both expected to plead not guilty. >> they're alleged to have made false statements to both the bankruptcy court. >> money they allegedly used to fuel their spending binges. >> that's cute. >> it matches the water. >> reporter: it's hard to know if fans tuned in out of envy or just to ridicule the cringe-worthy excess constantly on display. >> what people do not know, bravo does not pay a fee for clothes, for hair, for makeup. if you throw a party at your house and bravo comes to televise it, to film it, you're paying the cost. >> reporter: wild spending sprees are nearly a trademark for the giudices, dropping $120,000 cash on furniture for one room. $9,000 for a set of curtains alone. amidst all the lavishness, theresa and joe are charged with fraudulently applying for a variety of loans, claiming theresa was an executive
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assistant using fake w-2s. a u.s. attorney charges joe of not filing proper tax returns for years and hiding the income theresa earned from being on "the real housewives." for theresa, conviction could mean up to five decades behind bars. joe giudice, an italian citizen, could even find himself deported back to italy. the reality couple said nothing outside court. when asked if she was worried about her son's possible deportation, she kept it classy. >> [ bleep ]. >> reporter: for "nightline," i'm juju chang. >> wow, keeping it classy. >> that's not the only thing the family did. there's all kinds of things. on the way into court, joe slapped a camera away to which his lawyer said, please don't do that. he said calm down. on the way back home, joe's dad frank giudice not only gave the finger to some reporters who were out there, but once they all got home, he turned around and showed them his backside. good measure. full moon today in new jersey.
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>> apple doesn't fall far from the tree, as they say. >> yikes. and she made good money. $750,000 a season. nothing to cough at. >> back in court in august. so we'll see. >> yes. still to come -- taking flight. >> we'll introduce you to a guy they call jetman who is soaring high above the earth at nearly 200 miles an hour. later, jailbreak, inmates escape out the window. embarrassment for law enforcement. >> announcer: "world news now" cont
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all right. our next story about a guy who is a rocket man without a rocket. >> his jet powered contraption lifts him above the earth at twice the speed of an average freeway ride. he showed off his invention at the air show in wisconsin. it was his first u.s. flight. we get more from jason zimmerman in oshkosh. >> reporter: jumping out of a
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helicopter, yves rossi, known as the jetman conducted his first ever north american public performance while visiting oshkosh. >> to have the opportunity to come as a performer here and trying to inspire other people as, yeah, human flying. it's really -- gratifying. >> using a carbon kevlar jet wing with four engines, the swiss aviator propels through the sky reaching a speed of 150 miles an hour. he is able to control every maneuver through a throttle attached to his hand. rossi says he took his first flight in 2008. >> you are so happy because you are the first time soloing in the air. the airplane. the first time you will have to land somewhere, it is a little
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bit like that. >> reporter: the faa requires rossi to maintain an altitude of 2,200 feet. however he prefers to stay above 3,000 feet before activating a parachute for his descent. >> at first just looked like a little black dot up there. he would curve. turn his head. could turn to the left and the right. he's knows what he's doing. >> you could tell what he was doing. did a roll. waved. neat. amazed. absolutely. awesome. >> reporter: with the jetman being a crowd pleaser, he is planning to add a second one, adding a jet man within three years. recently he began training a student. >> i was the lucky guy. i had the crazy idea. impossible. now i am in front of you. you have seen me. that's possible. >> wow. >> wondering how he landed. cool. >> jason zimmerman in oshkosh. might look like he is brand new at this. in 2008, crossed the english channel. flown over rio, flown in formations, war bird. passengers, air crafts. >> no big deal. been doing it for years. >> taking your wings out, john.
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>> you know. i can give you a ride if you'd like. i can give you a ride itch you like.
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welcome to "the mix," everyone. if you have ever wondered what happens in a one-minute span on the internet, we have an answer. a website called qme apparently created an infographic which we'll show you. all information from pc magazine. business insider. it is small. you went be able to see it. i'm going to pull out five of the ones i thought was incredibly interesting. in 60-second span, 2 million searches on google. 72 hours of video uploaded to you tube. million e-mails are sent. 278,000 tweets are sent out on twitter. an incredible amount of information going across the waves. >> how many hours of video? >> 72 hours. >> how do they store it?
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>> how do they store it? how do you store 72 hours of video. servers must take up football fields. >> just how -- talking cash here. everyone uses amazon. $83,000 of amazon sales, all the other websites selling stuff. $83,000 in one minute of in the internet time. >> pretty amazing. >> it is pretty amazing. doing everything on the internet. speaking of time on your hands. prisoners of guantanamo bay. not going anywhere. they read a lot. what their favorite book is? >> koran. >> you may think so. "fifty shade of grey." >> jim moran, made the revolution after touring the top facility. more than a dozen high value prisoners say the "fifty shades of grey" series of erotic novels are the favorite reading material.
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>> how is that possible. western society. book, very much. >> yeah, you know. >> sexual in a lot of ways. >> the "s" word. they read the series in english. offered to have it translated. the quote from the democratic representative says, i guess there is not much going on. these guys are going nowhere. >> have you read it? >> i have not. >> i have been told i should. >> maybe we can do some selections here on the mix. >> i'm okay. thank you very much. >> okay. moving on to this. want to show you video posted on youtube by brett jones. just a guy driving along in his van. all of a sudden, superman knocks on his window. rolls down the window. superman asks him, has he seen spiderman. then he glides off. so the guy, not knowing what is going on, turns his camera to the other side. guess who is hanging around? there he is. >> somebody is looking for you. apparently the guy in the van had no idea what was going on. he drives off laughing at his
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this morning on "world news now" -- anthony weiner's appeal. the new york mayoral candidate refuses to quit the race, despite his sexting scandal. the latest dirty campaign secrets revealed as weiner faces even more challenges. instant freedom. the inmate's escape from the big house out a little window. the manhunt for the prisoner and the embarrassing situation for law enforcement. real estate rebound. the soaring prices on the housing market. who wants in? who wants out? and the cities experiencing the biggest surge. no way. glamorous superstar sharon stone is refusing to do something despite all the intense pressure in hollywood. that's in "the skinny" on this wednesday, july 31st. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now" with john muller and diana perez. >> sharon stone looks amazing.
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>> looks amazing. >> 50? >> 55. >> wow. she -- 55 must be the new 30. she looks incredible. better than a whole lot of other hollywood stars who have gotten work done. >> yes. let's get started. we are going to begin with new york city mayoral hopeful anthony weiner. once again, digging in his heels. >> facing a near free-fall in his popularity. it hasn't stopped him from releasing a new campaign video even as his campaign appears to be imploding from all directions. the one minute long video posted on weiner's website yesterday evening. >> i know that there are newspaper editors and other politicians that say, boy, wish that guy weiner would quit. someone wants to come out something embarrassing in your private life, you got to talk about that for a little while. >> reporter: but that's all that anyone ever seems to be talking about. his ever-widening sexting scandal came up again last night at a campaign stop at new york's city island with weiner getting confrontational. >> i will not go in the corner
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and curl up because someone found out something embarrassing about me. >> reporter: that embarrassing something is hitting the air waves nationwide. one of weiner's indiscretions, cindy leathers sat down with howard stern. >> you had to say to yourself this guy is one sick puppy, right? >> totally. especially after the first scandal happened. >> the online porn site, thedirty.com has published extreme nude images of what it says is anthony weiner. meantime, weiner's campaign appears to be shaking down to its very foundation. former intern olivia newsy published a tell-all expose in the daily news, alleging weiner staffers joined the campaign to curry favor with weiner's wife, huma abedin for her connection to hillary clinton. that triggered a fiery and obscenity laced response by the communication director barbara morgan basically denying newsy's claims. still, weiner is remaining steadfast. >> quit isn't the way we roll in new york city. >> all right. well latest polling numbers show anthony weiner's support dropped
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a full 10% over the past week from 26% to 16%. israeli and palestinian negotiators plan to meet in two weeks after wrapping up the first round of talks in years. representatives from both sides sat down with president obama at the white house. secretary of state john kerry said their goal is to work out a comprehensive peace agreement within nine months aimed at leading to an independent palestinian state. the next meetings will take place in the mideast. army private bradley manning will soon find out how much time he will have to spend behind bars. sentencing begins this morning following a mixed verdict in his court-martial for releasing 700,000 classified documents to wikileaks. manning was acquitted of the most serious charge of aiding the enemy. but he was convicted of a slew of other charges, including espionage and computer fraud. he is facing a maximum sentence of 136 years in prison. intense manhunt under way
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after a jail escape in arkansas. you won't believe the video. abc's ryan owens. >> reporter: the inmate on the phone is about to make a break for it. the arkansas man dives through the window that lead to the jail waiting room just ahead of the deputy who does the same, but not quite fast enough. yes, a felon with a rap sheet a mile long runs to a waiting getaway car sunday afternoon and he is still on the lam. >> with all our past dealings with mr. stell, he should be considered armed and dangerous. >> reporter: 30-year-old derrick estell, convicted burglar serving hard time in the state penitentiary was transferred to the jail at hot springs for a court appearance on 26 new charges. investigators say his dive to freedom, watch it again, that window is just a foot high and 2 1/2 feet wide. was more sophisticated than it looks. >> this was an elaborate plan and totally unexpected. >> reporter: investigators are watching the tape for clues. see the man in the blue shirt. investigators say he was an accomplice, distracting the deputies on duty.
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he is now in custody. then there is this woman, still on the run. police say she was waiting in a getaway car. passenger door open. the couple ditched this minivan a few minutes later. an elaborate scheme to get a hardened criminal out of the big house through an awfully small window. ryan owens, abc news, dallas. a pittsburgh medical researcher has pleaded not guilty in the poisoning death of his wife. dr. robert ferranti faced a judge after waiving extradition from west virginia. prosecutors say that he bought more than a half pound of cyanide not related to his research. they say he also took steps to delay medical care for his dying wife. three former penn state administrators ordered to stand trial on charges they tried to cover up the jerry sandusky sexual abuse scandal. prosecutors say ex-president graham spanier, along with the school's former vice president and athletic director, failed to tell them bay report that
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sandusky molested a boy in a locker room shower in 2001. spannier says he is innocent. no trial date set. the long wait for major league baseball to take action against alex rodriguez could be about over. today's "new york daily news" reported that a-rod and eight players will be suspended for using illegal drugs by end of the week. rodriguez expected to face longer punishment. the league believes he interfered with the investigation. a-rod's attorney says any suspension will be appealed. accusations of wrongdoing by tsa officers spiked by 27% in two years according to just-released government report. it shows agency employees often received light punishments for sneaking prohibited items past scanners or napping on the job. one instance of misconduct. tsa agents were accused of taking bribes from drug traffickers in l.a. >> somebody bypasses the screening process, takes a bag around a checkpoint, that is a serious offense. that stuff need to be, to be, immediately corrected.
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>> the report highlights another big problem, over 3,000 instances where screeners showed up late, not at all, or left the job without permission. >> amazing. tsa claims to have zero tolerance policy for these kind of things, but there have been so many reports, it really raises questions about how they're tracking their employees. >> right. the question is what kind of oversight is happening? we have pictures of them sleeping on -- not like we are in a break room and sleeping. snuck into a break room with the cameras. right there in the open in the airport. napping. that's kind of unacceptable. especially since us passengers are like you have to do this, you have to go through the screening process. we have to take our shoes off, pack a certain way, bring things a certain way. get to the airport working with tsa agents who are like i will let my family and friend through. if you know the right person, you can bring anything you want through. >> in defense, i am sure, there are excellent, outstanding tsa people.
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>> i know some they're great. >> seems too many aren't. get this worked out. at least four workers injured by an explosion and fire at the propane plant in central florida are still listed in critical condition. flames out now. intensity of the fire is a apparent. canisters that exploded are strewn around the ground. the heat melted cars parked nearby. investigators believe last night's blast and fire was caused either by equipment malfunction or human error. parts of italy recovering from a tornado outbreak. one twister caught on camera from the inside out as it touched down near milan. a man inside his apartment with a cell phone rolling as shredded debris swirled outside. thanks to his huge picture windows, he had an incredible view of the tornado spinning a few feet away. fortunately, only a handful of people were injured. let's take a look at today's weather here at home. clear early with rain late among most parts of the east coast. showers. thunderstorms around the great lakes, as well as the parts of the plains and rockies. sunny skies for the entire far west. >> 76 in l.a. but into the 80s for the rest of the west coast.
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couple triple-digit readings on the map. phoenix, dallas, boston, chicago. 81. slightly warmer than that in new york. okay. maybe the headline for this one should be, nik wallenda eat your heart out. >> from china where a tightrope walker set a brand new guinness world record for walking between two hot air balloons. take a look at that. about approximately a 54-foot walk. it took him over 38 second. not bad. probably could have been done quicker, he says, had he not had to squat down once to maintain his balance. >> the fifth time he set a guinness world record. last name has 13 letters. that's why we will say "nice job there, buddy." >> give it a try, his name is aisikaier wubulikasimu. so congratulations mr. wubulikasimu. there we are. falling off our pronunciation cliff. >> say that ten times fast.
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>> no thank you. >> good job, diana. coming up -- who is topping the list of hollywood's highest paid actresses. >> and from bust to boom in real estate market. the sudden spike in real estate prices. what it means if you are anxious to buy or sell. you are watching "world news now." ♪ know you are not alone i'm going to make this place your home ♪ >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by consumer cellular.
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♪ ♪ know you're not alone because i'm going to make this place your home ♪ good news for homeowners. new numbers show housing prices have jumped more than 12%. >> in two cities, big ones, they're posting all-time highs. more now from abc's chief business correspondent rebecca jarvis. >> reporter: enrique, like so many other americans, has been watching the housing market heat up. he wants in. >> i am sure there are deals to be had. just tough to find them. >> reporter: nowhere is that true than in america's neighborhood in the south and southwest. the cities hardest hit by the housing collapse today showing the biggest rebound in prices. the areas hit hardest hit by the housing collapse showing the biggest rebound in places like miami where enrique lives. up 14%. phoenix, las vegas up 20%.
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san francisco, up a whopping 24.5% since last year. >> i do think housing is going to kick into a higher gear. that means we are going to build a lot more homes and stronger house price growth. >> reporter: a challenge for first time home buyers. >> difficult for people of my generation to go ahead and purchase a home. they are competing against people that are offering with all cash offers. >> reporter: used to be first time buyers made up almost half of home sales. this year with prices surging, investors with cash are tipping the scales. but economist mark zandi says the bigger picture points to something that could help everyone. >> because housing is key to the economic recovery. we won't get unemployment down unless we get housing up. >> reporter: rebecca jarvis, abc news, new york. >> while this is definitely good news, it's still not where we used to be. pre-2006, we have places that are still not 5%, there's a couple places that are just 5% to get to where they were prehousing bust. those places san jose, honolulu, san antonio. we are still 25%.
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a lot of other places below where we were in the 2006 bust. >> nevertheless, a lot better than a year or two ago. they do expect next year sales to slow down a bit, because the interest rate is starting to creep up. >> they expect the interest rates to go to 5% or 6% by next year. that's a significant jump considering they were in the 3s earlier this year, end of last year. >> if you are out there, refinance now. >> yes, yes, yes. coming up an update on the royal birth. another story about the royal birth. this time telling you kate [ middleton had a tough time in the delivery room. >> something superstar sharon stone is absolutely refusing to do. it's next in "the skinny." >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations. - ( snaps, clatters )playing )
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that sounds awful. ( music stops ) but a lot better than last week. ( rock music playing ) ♪ we weren't born to follow. ♪
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♪ skinny so skinny ♪ highest paid actress in hollywood. got a guess? paying attention in the meeting? >> i was. i know the answer. >> angelina jolie, everybody. they were paying attention, good. she earned almost $7.6 million more than the second ranked woman, jennifer lawrence, in the past 12 months. >> jennifer lawrence is second ranked? that's more breaking news than angelina jolie being first. >> $32.8 million, angelina jolie between june 2012 and 2013, $12.9 million more than last year. boy, she's on a roll.
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her huge salary comes despite not starring in a movie since "the tourist" three years ago. she directed and wrote in the "land of blood and honey." shot disney's movie, makes $15.2 million for. the list number 10 going to number 1. jennifer lawrence, kristen stewart, jennifer aniston, julia emma stone, charlize theron, julia roberts, lastly at the top, angelina jolie. >> guess that makes sense. all of the big names. >> not too shabby. >> wish one of them would be my friend. just take me out to lunch, ladies. check this out, sharon stone. 55 years old. looks stunning. now she is telling a magazine, the new you magazine, she says doctors have tried to persuade her into having cosmetic surgery. she has been able to refuse the knife. she has shunned plastic surgery. she tells the magazine, i can't tell you how many doctors tried to sell me a facelift. i have gone so far as having some one talk me into it. when i looked at pictures of myself, i thought what are they
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going to lift? yes, i have come close. frankly, i think the art of aging well, there is this sexuality to having imperfections. it's sensual. she even says she has no problem with plastic surgery whatsoever. if you have something to fix, go right ahead and fix it. i don't think there is anything wrong with cosmetic surgery, think it is great. don't think it is all right to destroy yourself. >> 100% right. if you have something to fix, i can see it. in business, something is drooping or whatever. but if you are just getting a little older, just roll with it. >> if you are aging like she is, you don't have to do anything. she looks amazing. >> easy for her to say. >> a lot of people when they reach 55, things start to droop. distort, your face doesn't look the way it used to look. all kind of things are happening. amazing doesn't need a thing. nothing drooping on jennifer aniston's body these days, she revealed her stripper diet. ready for this, the secret weapon. kale. a lot like spinach i guess. green vegetable. kale.
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apparently how she got in shape for her new role in "we are the millers" where she plays a stripper. 44-year-old wears a bra and panties, a strict diet. i did eat it every day. she says. when she cheated instead of bite of potato chip or cupcake, she had kale chips. all about the kale. >> oh, gosh. >> you know she was in "horrible bosses" where she was also very sexy, a sexy doctor/dentist. wondering if she is trying to get away from the rachel thing where she is the friend next door. and she is doing this like crazy new transformation. you go, girl. >> it's working. really quickly, kate middleton, everybody wants to know the answer to this. did she have a painkiller-free birth? the answer is yes. the daily mail is reporting the duchess went the natural route through her 11-hour labor. >> gee whiz. >> assisted only by a rotating team of four midwives and three doctors. the whole thing she had done with not a painkiller in sight.
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♪ time is on my side all right. yesterday we told you about a new study about mothers. and, no surprise, they don't have enough of it. >> "working women" magazine found that 97% of women are stressed by their schedule. time management coaches suggest finding hidden resources like having the kids help out and simplifying. >> we wondered what advice our viewers might have. that was our facebook question of the day. >> we got lots of good responses. here are just a few. evelyn says don't be afraid to ask for help. we are not machines or superwomen. >> good advice.
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>> monique says, my mistake was treating my husband like one of the kids. i did everything while he sat on the couch and relaxed. make him help with the kids. cooking. the house work. if he tell him to rita has this suggestion. my kids have a chore they teaches them t be hing d aches them t be hing >> get devogoine >> i like that too. >> brian says, i know this isn't popular, but what about mom staying home? my wife and i it has been a challenge at times ll o >> brian goes on to say that i feel women have been sold down the river,t work. there isn't any more respl job than wn he >> jamie has this idea, an old-fashioned appon on my kitchen count in face, no choice to see it. not a computer calendar that i have to remember to log on to.
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>> post it? post-its are i leave po sun or ir a overwhelmed and i might forget some -appm rlal i have medication that knocks me out in ten minutes. if i am stressed out and don't for the day, i take my meds and i am in la la land. i'm not sure i recommend that one as much. >> don't try that unless you are darle recomme, st or get ducis to work and put devon to work. >> put devon to work. man, he's 1. >> devon need to start vacuuming. ducis. chore chart. let's get to it. >> you work. ducis works. no reason why ducis should be helping out with the dishes. you both work. >> is he good that way? >> he helps with everythin >> devon, this freeloading kid, ws fon. half hour. don't miss updates at facebook, wnnfans.com. and at twitter.
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good morning. i'm di good morning. i'm diana perez. >> i'm john muller. here are some of the top head lines we are following on "world news now." sentencing begins today for army private bradley manning. a military judge acquitted him of aiding the enemy but could spend the rest of his life in prison for spying and charges. linked to widespread leaking of government documents. manhunt on in arkansas for the prison escapee, armed and dangerous. the inmate got out through a window and ran to his girlfriend's waiting car. they're both now on the run. a new government report find there have been nearly 10,000 cases of airport security screener misconduct and their misdeed are often going unpunished. a chinese tightrope walker set the guinness world record for walking between two hot air
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balloons. the balloons are about 54 feet apart. he walked between them in just over 38 second. those are some of the top stories on this wednesday, july 31st. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now" with john muller and diana perez. welcome in to the wednesday. the tightrope guy is incredible. probably would have been quicker than 38 second if he didn't have to bend down to regain his balance. >> or wasn't walking between two balloons in the air. that, too. >> that may have something to do with it. maybe. maybe. >> maybe. we begin this half hour with unscripted drama for one of the real housewives of new jersey. >> teresa giudice and joe, indicted on charges they hid their fortunes and lied to get loans to before they got on the show. abc's jeff zeleny has the latest. >> reporter: a real mess ahead
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for this real housewife of new jersey who found herself in court facing fraud charges. a taste of reality for two stars of reality television. >> you don't have to stick the camera in my face. >> a drama playing out in a real courtroom before a real judge. a stark dose of reality for cast members of "real housewives of new jersey." teresa giudice and husband joe made famous on the bravo reality show made their first appearance on a federal fraud indictment. the charges carry a prison sentence of 50 years. >> the investigation went on for a pretty long time. >> reporter: a chaotic scene outside the courtroom in new jersey. their televised fiction colliding with real life. teresa may be best known living a lavish lifestyle. >> i'm the queen. >> reporter: and losing her temper at fellow jersey housewives. she was stoic saying only yes when the judge asked if she understood the charges against her. according to court documents. prosecutors say the couple lied when applying for loans and mortgages.
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she is also accused of hiding her "real housewife" income when filing for bankruptcy in 2009. >> we are confident we have enough evidence to convict the defendants beyond a reasonable doubt. >> reporter: she and her husband, each released on bond, vow to fight the charges. but he is not a u.s. citizen and could be deported to italy if convicted. >> a very unhappy day. she is a grownup and she will deal with it. >> reporter: defense attorneys say the judge cannot hold the antics from the television show against his clients. >> we tried to prevent any prejudice from seeping in. >> reporter: it is a long legal road ahead for this couple. their next court appearance august 14th when they enter their plea. until then the judge says they can't leave new york or new jersey. john, diana, back to you. >> jeff, thank you. another high-profile television personality will be the focus of a court hearing in london today. nigela lawson, star of "the taste" divorcing her husband the
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advertising baron. in court weeks after he was caught on camera choking her at their favorite london restaurant. the couple said to be worth more than $200 million have been married for ten years. a long wait for major league baseball to take action against alex rodriguez could be just about over. "the new york daily news" reporting a-rod and eight player will be suspended for using illegal drugs by end of the week. rodriguez to face a longer punishment. the league believes he interfered with its investigation. a-rod's attorney said any suspension would be appealed. a california college student left forgotten in a dea holding cell reached a settlement. daniel chung spent four days in the cell with nothing to drink or eat and spent five days in the hospital for dehydration, kidney failure, cramps and perforated esophagus. he lost 15 pound. the dea apologized with no explanation. new york city mayoral hopeful anthony weiner is digging in his heels, despite his popularity taking a
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nosedive. the embattled former congressman dogged by a widening sexting scandal. speaking into the camera he says he won't quit the race for mayor because quitting isn't what new yorkers do. setback this morning for embattled san diego mayor bob filnes as he faces accusations of misconduct from an eighth woman. the san diego city council will not let taxpayers pay for filner's legal bill. unanimous vote last night at a closed door meeting. his latest accuser has come forward. >> i turned my head at that moment. on the side of my face i got a very wet, saliva filled kiss including feeling his tongue on my cheek. i was appalled. i was disgusted. i couldn't believe the arrogance of this person willing to do that to somebody that was there on a standard professional meeting. >> lisa curtain is an administrator at a local college. she says the encounter with filner in 2011 when he was a congressman.
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>> okay, she is accuser eight. >> you know that expression, where there's smoke, there is fire? >> when there are eight smoke stacks, there is probably a whole lot of fire. he's refusing to step down and says he is going to get some therapy. >> these, like this last one, the -- the sad tale of what happened there allegedly. these are like really over the top instances, aren't they? >> my gosh, these things are out of control. she had been married for 25 years at this point. obviously, he knew she was married and that didn't stop him from doing it. >> you hear the cases. you wonder if something was taken the wrong way. no taking what i heard the wrong way, if, in fact, it's true. >> wet saliva, tongue, hard to take the wrong way. intense effort to recall him. get him out of office. they need 100,000 signatures to move ahead with the recall campaign. and, i don't have any information on how far along they are with that. but if accuser after accuser continues to come out, i have a
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funny feeling they will not have a problem getting signatures they need. >> i think you are right. moving on to this. president obama meets with capitol hill democrats after pushing for tax reform. yesterday, the president was in tennessee. he is offering republicans a simpler corporate tax code in exchange for more spending on programs to create jobs for the middle class. but top gop leaders immediately threw cold water on that idea. >> i will offer something serious people in both parties should be able to support. >> the tax hike it include will dampen any boost business might otherwise get to help our economy. >> republicans want to link a corporate tax overhaul with changes in the individual tax code. >> the battle over banning big sugary drinks goes on here in new york city. a state appeals court says mayor bloomberg overstepped his authority ordering a ban on high calorie drinks. the ruling is a setback. he well keep on fighting. health alert this morning over a nasty stomach bug that sickened hundred of people in 15
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states. investigators in at least two of the states say they have narrowed down the cause to a popular prepackaged salad mix. abc's dr. richard besser has more. >> reporter: it has taken more than a month. but at least in two states, iowa and nebraska, a culprit has been found. salad. a prewashed mix of lettuces, cabbage and carrots caused the outbreak that sickened 219. this is not your run of the mill bug. the average weight loss is around ten pounds nvd can last for more than a month. investigators found a common connection between the sick people. they had all eaten the same salad mix at home, in restaurants, or at catered events. health officials won't say the name of the brand involved but say it is no longer on the shelves, so no one in the states is at risk anymore. while people in two states have an answer, investigators in the other states work to figure out if the same food has made their people sick. >> we keep hearing about outbreaks from fresh produce. a few things you can do to protect yourself.
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if you buy unwashed produce, wash it well before you use it. for the prewashed stuff, reach into the fridge and get one that is very cold. one that is very far from expiration date. when you get it home, discard any broken leaves. use it right away. dr. richard besser, abc news, new york. >> i am notorious for not washing my fruit. >> i'm notorious for not washing my bagged salad i feel like it's been done. there you have it. a look at your weather. need an umbrella along most of east coast. thunderstorms in the rockies could produce localized flash flooding and showers on the northern plains and the great lakes. >> going to be 79 in detroit. 81, in chicago. all 80s all the time along the east coast. 81 in boston. 89 in miami. much of the same for the west coast. 82, seattle. 86, sacramento. the annual battle to the nation's big cheese. probably no surprise here. taking place in wisconsin. >> wisconsin.
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all right. the american cheese society's annual competition to find the best cheese. the judges and their white lab coats evaluate cheeses on taste, consistency and appearance. >> this year the whole thing is bigger than ever. some 1,800 cheeses from around the country and throughout americas are being judged. winners will be announced on friday. >> where else but wisconsin? >> what's that? >> where else but wisconsin? >> what is your favorite cheese? >> havarti. like it all. cheddar. depends on the mood. >> sharp or mild? >> sharp is good. you know what i have a hard time. trying to become more sophisticated and eat french cheeses, the ones unpasteurized and stinky. having a hard time. >> hard. little hard. my favorite is munster with hard salami in a sandwich. >> lovat. >> provolone, salami and ham, oil, vinegar. >> wine, with parmesan cheese, crumble it up, opposed to the thing you put on your pasta. that's me, parmesan and munster. >> a plan. wine is good too. sign me up.
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coming up -- our question for parents this morning -- how young is too young to pierce your child's ears? also ahead, this young michigan woman accused of hiring a hit man to kill her husband. what the husband had to say in score the has so many shaking their head. later on, why man's best friend could be good for business. should your boss allow you to take your degree to work. i think so. you are watching "world news now." ♪ i've been taking care of business every day ♪ ♪ taking care of business every way ♪ >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by colonial penn life insurance.
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five years in prison, the sentence for a michigan woman who hired a hit man to try to kill her husband. >> she went before a judge yesterday saying she is sorry she did it. and then her husband spoke before the court as well saying he forgives her. john mills reports from our station in grand rapids. >> i know what i did was wrong. i take full responsibility for it. >> reporter: julia murfield in jail blue stood before a judge. her husband jacob and parents thankful her wicked plan fell apart. >> honestly, it could have been worse. the crime i attempted could have been carried out. and that alone honestly is the worst punishment anyone should ever have to endure and i will endure it for the rest of my life, every day. >> reporter: admitting now, seeking a hit man in april to kill her husband was wrong and she knew she deserved punishment. >> i understand just because i don't want to go to prison does not mean i should not go. the murder-for-hire fell apart after a co-worker murfield first
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asked to do the murder-for-hire fell apart when she was put in touch with an undercover detective. video shows a wife welling to pay $50,000 for the hit man to shoot her husband in the face, kill him quickly was the plan. tuesday, she asked for mercy. >> thank you. >> reporter: in criminal cases victims have the right to address the court. most ask for punishment to the fullest extent of the law. but when jacob murfield began to talk -- >> i wholeheartedly forgive my wife in this act of hatred. >> reporter: he spoke of forgiveness and supported his wife's request for leniency. >> before this she has been a wonderful person. a wonderful wife. i'm sure as you know we have two young children. >> reporter: jacob murfield acknowledged punishment was needed, but together he and his wife julia have two young children, children he said that needed their mother.
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>> i just ask for a lighter sentence if you could, please, sir. >> chilling stuff. the prosecution was arguing for, you know, a maximum sentence saying that she was talking with this undercover agent posing as a hit man as if ordering groceries. cool and calm. how to kill him. >> listen, here's, i understand you forgive. yeah. fine. you are married. you have kids together. okay. i understand. this is above and beyond. >> sleep with my eyes open living in the house. >> my gosh, this poor guy. obviously not thinking straight. i cannot believe him. maybe i'm going overboard with my opinions. just my opinion, guys. i think he's absolutely not in the right state of mind. >> somebody wants to kill me. >> kind of done with you. even if you are the mother of my kids. that's it. this is, this is the problem that i have with it. not only did she say i need you to kill my husband. it's going to be easier than divorcing him. i don't want to be judged by my family. she also agreed to pay him $50,000 with her husband's life insurance proceed. >> $400,000 worth.
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♪ beautiful like diamond in the sky ♪ ♪ beautiful like diamonds in the sky ♪ ♪ shine bright like a diamond all right. a supermodel known for her outspoken opinions on parenting has sparked controversy over piercing a child's ears. >> gisele bundchen released a photo of her 7-month-old daughter with her ears pierced. some are asking, how young is too young? >> reporter: it is no secret photos of gisele bundchen are known to turn heads. it is this sweet snapshot of gisele and her 8-month-old baby, vivian lake, that has people talking. at issue, the tiny gold studs in baby vivian's ears.
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the photo posted on instagram received 58,000 likes. the moms we spoke with were split over the piercing question how young is too young? >> for me personally, yes, i wouldn't do it to my daughter. >> going to end up getting them pierced. every girl likes them pierced. >> reporter: bundchen has two children with husband tom brady is no stranger to parenting controversy. in 2010, the supermodel made waves when she told harper's bazaar uk, "there should be a worldwide law that mothers should breast-feed their babies for six months." she sparked conversation as an advocate for all natural at home birth. >> at that moment, i felt like i could conquer the world. >> reporter: as for the piercing controversy. say the whole thing may just come down to culture shock. >> i think what a lot of people don't realize is this is something very pop flar gisele's culture. she's brazilian. in latin america, it's very
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common to get your infant daughter's ears pierced. >> while it may be common in any other cultures, the question on many moms' minds, is it safe so young. our medical expert says yes. >> nothing is without risk. again an area of the body hat overall has a low risk of infection. >> all right. so, what do you think? >> our facebook question of the day -- how young is too young to pierce a child's ears? log on to facebook page, wnnfans.com and share your thoughts we will share them here. what do you think? >> a cultural thing in my opinion and i don't have any problem with it whatsoever. i remember my older sister karen in my house. it was a big controversy, i think when she was a teenager to get her ears pierced. >> initially? >> in the '70s. >> first? >> first one. big controversy. you know kids don't remember the pain. just do it young i say. >> very cultural. her daughter. nobody else's daughter. nobody on twitter or instagram has a right to have an opinion. >> no problem with. nobody has a right to have an
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break looks like at the corporate offices of urban, an apparel company in philadelphia. this is what nose to the grindstone time looks like inside at the desk of emily nedder who works in bridal alongside her britney spaniel riley. >> cutest thing i have ever seen. >> nice throughout the day to peek down. that's what i see. riley being cute. >> reporter: urban has a policy allowing employees to bring their dogs to work. >> it changes the tone of the workplace? >> it definitely changes the tone. you could be having a serious meeting. >> reporter: according to a small scientific study, having your dog at the office can reduce stress and boost employee satisfaction. more employers are adopting dog-friendly policies. amazon, ben & jerry's, google and congress. there are rules. >> keep them on their leash. no barking. obviously, the outside area is for playing and pottying and all that. >> reporter: have you ever been
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walking anywhere in a hurry in the building and stepped in dog poop? >> no, i have never seen it inside. >> reporter: katherine brings fritz to every meeting and swears he is not a distraction. i am not sure i agree. if you have this five minutes a day, your day would be vastly improved. you have this all day? >> definitely makes the day better every day. >> reporter: enormous employee morale program she says, and it is totally free. are you a good boy? dan harris, abc news, philadelphia. >> oh. >> very cute. >> you need to got a dog and bring the dog to work. >> deal. can you swing that? >> we'll put our dogs right here. get my dog from my mom's house. put him right here. i love you, cookie. >> the dogs must want to horse around with the other dogs. i can't see how it goes smoothly. >> a leash. vaccinated. don't feed them at the same time. just a few tips from the experts. >> i would love to have a dog at work. >> put him right here. introduce you to our dogs. >> yeah, you are right.
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this morning on "world news now" -- airport insecurity. federal investigators uncover tsa agents sleeping on the job, stealing from passengers and leaving their posts without permission. where the revealing investigation heads next. intense explosion. the propane blasts one after another that shook a central florida town and even melted parts of cars. >> in my 36 years of fire service, i have never seen anything like this. >> what investigators now say about the blasts and why it could have been so much worse. courtroom crackdown. a serious legal reality check for the feisty extravagant couple of "real housewives of new jersey." >> she's scum. i will call you scum. >> i'm out of here. >> now this couple faces a fight more fierce than anything you've seen on their tv show. it's wednesday, july 31st.
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>> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now" with john muller and diana perez. all right. happy hump day. >> happy hump day. >> almost there. >> weekend in sight. let's get to it. a new government report detailing some disturbing trends at the tsa. agents caught asleep on the job, stealing from passengers. >> and the behavior isn't just annoying. it could be a danger. abc's lease stark explains. >> reporter: tsa agents sleeping at the airport, abandoning their posts, even stealing from passengers. look at this. in an undercover investigation by abc's brian ross, ipads were left at security checkpoints with a history of theft. nine out of ten were returned. but watch here in orlando, the screener picks up the ipad left at the checkpoint. ross later tracked it right to the screener's home. >> is it here? >> no, sir.
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>> reporter: a tracking alarm on the ipad proved otherwise. the screener was fired. the new government report found nearly 10,000 cases of screener misconduct since 2010 including nearly 2,000 instances where screeners were sleeping, not following procedures, even letting relatives bypass security. in one case a screener actually left the checkpoint to help a relative check in and then came back with the family member's bag and allowed it to go around security. another screener saw that, insisted the bag be screened. there were prohibited items inside. what happened to that first screener? nothing more than a seven-day suspension. >> somebody bypasses the screening process, takes a bag around a checkpoint, that is a serious offense. that stuff needs to be, to be immediately corrected. >> reporter: the report highlights another big problem. over 3,000 cases where screeners showed up late, not at all, or
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left the job without permission. it may sound relatively harmless. it's not. >> when people see things are not very well controlled, they start to see what else they can get away with. >> reporter: tsa says it has zero tolerance for misconduct and holds its employees to the highest ethical standard. but the report found the agency is doing a poor job of tracking offenses and not always meting out the punishment it should have. lisa stark, abc new, reagan national airport. a freak accident killed a baby in new jersey. an out of control bus struck a lamppost sending the pole crashing onto a baby stroller. the 8-month-old baby girl inside died. witnesses say a police officer worked frantically to save the child's life, but to no avail. the driver is expected to undergo tests for drugs and alcohol. three children hurt when a cadillac plowed into their kansas city day care center. police say the car was parked
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and had no driver in it when it was hit from behind by an suv pushed into the center. two children were trapped underneath for a few anxious moments. the driver of the suv was also hurt in the accident. sentencing begins this morning for army private bradley manning, a day after he was acquitted of the most serious charges against him. >> manning could spend the rest of his life in prison for leaking classified government documents. details now from abc's karen travers. good morning, karen. >> reporter: good morning, john. good morning, diana. bradley manning was charged with the biggest release of classified documents in american history. but on the most serious charge of all, aiding the enemy, the government could not get a guilty verdict. army private first class bradley manning stood rigid as the military judge read the verdicts. guilty on almost all charges. espionage, theft, and computer fraud. but on the most serious charge of all, aiding the enemy, manning was found not guilty. >> on the biggest charge in the case, the government ends up leaving the courtroom with its tail between its legs. >> reporter: the verdicts came more than three years after
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manning was first detained in iraq, suspected of leaking a video of a 2007 helicopter attack there that killed civilians. he was later charged with the november 2010 leak of more than 750,000 classified documents to wikileaks. by far the biggest release of classified material in american history. manning never testified during his two-month court-martial. as part of an earlier guilty plea on less serious charges, manning explained he released the documents to spark a debate about foreign policy and to show the true cost of war. his defense attorney is seen here describing the army private as a young, naive soldier who thought he could make the world a better place. wikileaks founder, julian asange, said the trial was unfair and called manning a hero. >> bradley manning's alleged disclosures have exposed war crimes, sparked revolutions and induced democratic reform. he is the quintessential
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whistleblower. >> reporter: bradley manning's family said they were disappointed in the verdict but happy that their son did not intend to aid america's enemies. his sentencing could begin today and he could face up to 136 years in prison. john and diana. >> thank you. more information trickling in about the deadly train disaster in spain. the driver was on the phone at the time of the crash. he had taken a call from a rail official and was reading a document. the train was going almost twice the speed limit when it hit a curve and slammed into the wall. 179 people were killed. the driver hilt the brakes just seconds earlier. a follow up on the giant fire at a propane plant in central florida that broke out yesterday morning. it could have been caused by human error or even equipment malfunction. abc's steve osunsami has more. >> reporter: to families nearby who could hear the explosions -- it sounded like someone was
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popping giant metal popcorn. >> you could almost tell it was metal because of the sparks. it was like glitter in the sky. >> reporter: what you are hearing in the video are 20-pound propane canisters on fire and exploding. more than 53,000 of them produced at this plant and familiar to any one who has ever used a backyard grill. lisa hough recorded video. >> you hear all those chemicals blowing up? >> i'm scared. >> thought something ran into my house, like a mack truck. >> you thought a mack truck hit your house? >> yes. or we were under a severe terrorist attack. >> reporter: rescuers had to be rushed to the closest hospitals. five fighting for their lives. firefighters trying to put down the flames were beaten back by these canisters that turned into rockets. the flames so hot they melted cars. >> in my 36 years in the fire service, i have never seen anything like this. >> reporter: across the country, there are other industrial facilities the government says are hazardous.
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in florida, 231 petroleum gas dealers like this one. investigators here believe this was an accident. steve osunsami, abc news, tavares, florida. we have a health alert this morning over prepackaged salad mix that has poisoned hundreds of people in at least 15 states. the stomach bug, cyclosporine. they have pinpointed the cause to certain prepackaged salad mix. they won't name the brand, but they assure the public that the mix has been removed from store shelves. >> if you are at home panicking you may have this in the fridge, here is my advice. throw all prepackaged salad in your fridge away. if it has been taken off the shelves, go back to your supermarket and buy something else that has not been infected. that way your family will be safe. if you don't want to throw it out if you spent a lot of money and don't want to throw it out, prewash it before you use it. >> a good idea. >> even in a bag. >> even in a bag.
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cyclospora is no ordinary stomach bug. average person loses 10 pounds. symptoms last a month. >> incredible if you think about a stomach bug. you are miserable if it is a day. >> if you weren't miserable, i would invent the cyclospora diet. losing ten pounds would be good except that you are miserable the whole month. >> quickly, the cdc says they are not clear if that is the cause of all of the diagnosis. there might be something else they haven't discovered yet. moving on to this. we were reporting this story on april 1st, you would think this was an april fool's joke. it's not. the folks at 0-2 are out with this video. a video, thumbs in training. >> love it. some obvious references there. sparring with chicken nuggets on hooks. it's all part of a device called the thumb belt. to build up your thumb strength and stamina.
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>> that, of course, is so you can use your smartphone longer and without pain. because they want to justify this whole thing, the company actually quotes a hand therapist who says we tone, train, maintain muscles. prevent rather than mend. and look after our precious limb. >> build up the thumb strength. thumb wrestle. that's always a good one. >> wouldn't texting help you build up your thumb strength anyway? >> i guess so. but if you want to be a champ -- ever see some of those. >> my 18-year-old niece. >> yes, something about teenage girls. lightning fast. smaller fingers. dudes are challenged. my thumbs are like -- i'm always making a mistake. >> sausage fingers. >> auto correct. forget about that. >> the worst. coming up -- the tawdry book that the most notorious inmates are beginning to read and begging to read more of. >> and the daring stunt by the high risk adventurer. we'll bring it to you. you are watching "world news now." ♪ rocket man
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housewives of new jersey" are free on $500,000 bond each after being indicted on 39 federal charges. >> prosecutors say for more than a decade teresa and joe giudice defrauded banks and the federal government. abc's juju chang has the latest on the case and the couple. >> and i am going to call you scum. >> you know what? i'm out of here. >> reporter: there's something about watching a train wreck that makes joe and teresa giudice riveting television. they're famous for epic fights on "the real housewives of new jersey." >> hey, joe. >> what? >> joe! >> reporter: now the giudices are in the fight of their lives starring in a different kind of televised drama after posting bail to the tune of $1 million. 39 counts in total including conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud, bank fraud and bankruptcy fraud. they're both expected to plead not guilty. >> they're alleged to have made
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false statements to both the bankruptcy court and to -- >> reporter: money they allegedly used to fuel their spending binges. >> that's cute. it matches the water. >> reporter: it's hard to know if fans tuned in out of envy or just to ridicule the cringe-worthy excess constantly on display. >> what people do not know, bravo does not pay a fee for clothes, for hair, for makeup. if you throw a party at your house and bravo comes to televise it, to film it, you're paying the cost. >> reporter: wild spending sprees are nearly a trademark for the giudices, dropping $120,000 cash on furniture for one room. $9,000 for a set of curtains alone. amidst all the lavishness, teresa and joe are now charged with fraudulently applying for a variety of loans, claiming teresa was an executive assistant and using fake w-2s. the u.s. attorney charges joe of
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not filing proper tax returns for years and hiding the income teresa earned from being on "the real housewives." for teresa, conviction could mean up to five decades behind bars. joe giudice, an italian citizen, could even find himself deported back to italy. the reality couple said nothing outside court. when asked if she was worried about her son's possible deportation, she kept it classy. >> [ bleep ]. >> reporter: for "nightline," i'm juju chang. >> wow, keeping it classy. >> that's not the only thing the family did. there's all kinds of things. on the way into court, joe slapped a camera away to which his lawyer said, please don't do that. he said calm down. on the way back home, joe's dad frank giudice not only gave the finger to some reporters who were out there, but once they all got home, he turned around and showed them his backside. good measure. a full moon today in n jersey.
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>> apple doesn't fall far from the tree, as they say. >> yikes. and she made good money. $750,000 a season. nothing to cough at. >> back in court in august. so we'll see. >> yes. still to come -- taking flight. >> we'll introduce you to a guy they call jetman who is soaring high above the earth at nearly 200 miles an hour. later, jailbreak. inmates escape out the window. embarrassment for law enforcement. all caught on camera in the next half hour of "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations.
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all right. our next story is about a guy who is a rocket man without a rocket. >> his jet powered contraption lifts him above the earth at twice the speed of an average freeway ride. yves rossi showed off his invention at the air show in wisconsin. it was his first u.s. flight. we get more from jason zimmerman in oshkosh. >> reporter: jumping out of a
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helicopter, yves rossi, known as the jetman conducted his first ever north american public performance while visiting oshkosh. >> to have the opportunity to come as a performer here and trying to inspire other people with what i'm doing as jet man, yeah, human flying, it's really gratifying. >> reporter: using a carbon kevlar jet wing with four engines, the swiss aviator is able to propel himself through the sky reaching speeds of 150 miles per hour. he is able to control every maneuver through a throttle attached to his hand. rossi says he took his first flight in 2008. >> you are so happy because you are the first time soloing in the air in an airplane. the first time you will have to land solo, so it is a little bit like that. >> reporter: the faa requires rossi to maintain an altitude of
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2,200 feet. however he prefers to stay above 3,000 feet before activating a parachute for his descent. >> at first just looked like a little black dot up there. he would curve. turn his head. he could turn to the left and the right. he's knows what he's doing. >> you could tell what he was doing. did a roll. waved. it was really neat. i was amazed. it was awesome. >> reporter: with the jetman being a crowd pleaser, he is hoping to expand and planning to add a second jet man within three years. recently he began training a student. >> i was the lucky guy. i had the crazy idea. impossible. now i am in front of you. you have seen me. that's possible. >> wow. >> wondering how he landed. cool. >> jason zimmerman in oshkosh. it might look like he's brand new at this. he's done this 600 times privately. in 2008, crossed the english channel. flown over rio, flown in formations with war birds, passengers aircrafts.
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>> no big deal. been doing it for years. >> taking your wings out, john. >> you know. i can give you a ride if you'd like.
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welcome to "the mix," everyone. if you have ever wondered what happens in a one-minute span on the internet, we have an answer. a website called q-me apparently created an infographic which we'll show you. all information from pc magazine. business insider. it is small. you won't be able to see it. i'll pull out five that are incredibly interesting. in 60-second span, 2 million searches on google. 72 hours of video uploaded to youtube. 204 million e-mails are sent. 571 websites are created. and 278,000 tweets are sent out on twitter. that is an incredible amount of information that is going across the waves. >> how many hours of video? >> 72 hours. >> how do they store it? >> how do they store it?
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>> how do you store 72 hours of video? servers must take up football fields. >> just how -- talking cash here. everyone uses amazon. $83,000 of amazon sales only. think of all the other websites selling stuff. $83,000 in one minute on the internet time. >> pretty amazing. >> it is pretty amazing. doing everything on the internet. speaking of time on your hands. prisoners of guantanamo bay. not going anywhere. they read a lot. what their favorite book is? >> koran. >> you may think so. "fifty shade of grey." >> according to u.s. congressman jim moran. he made his revolution after touring camp seven, the top security prison that holds more than a dozen high value prisowners. he says the "fifty shades of grey" erotic series are the favorite reading material. >> how is that possible. this is a western society book,
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very sexual in a lot of ways. >> the "s" word. they read the series in english. offered to have it translated. the quote from the democratic representative says, i guess there is not much going on. these guys are going nowhere. what the hell? >> have you read it, by the way? >> i have not. >> i have not either, but i've been told i should. >> maybe we can do some selections here on the mix. >> i'm okay. thank you very much. >> okay. moving on to this. want to show you video posted on youtube by brett jones. just a guy driving along in his van. all of a sudden, superman knocks on his window. rolls down the window. superman asks him, has he seen spiderman. then he glides off. so the guy, not knowing what is going on, turns his camera to the other side. guess who is hanging around? there he is. >> somebody is looking for you. apparently the guy in the van had no idea what was going on. he drives off laughing his belly.
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this morning on "world news now" -- anthony weiner's appeal. the new york mayoral candidate refuses to quit the race, despite his sexting scandal. the latest dirty campaign secrets revealed as weiner faces even more challenges. instant freedom. the inmate's escape from the big house out a little window. the intense manhunt for the prisoner and the embarrassing situation for law enforcement. real estate rebound. the soaring prices on the housing market. who wants in? who wants out? and the cities experiencing the biggest surge. no way. glamorous superstar sharon stone is refusing to do something despite all the intense pressure in hollywood. that's in "the skinny" on this wednesday, july 31st. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now" with john muller and diana perez. >> sharon stone looks amazing.
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>> looks amazing. >> 50? >> 55. >> wow. she -- 55 must be the new 30. she looks incredible. better than a whole lot of other hollywood stars who have gotten work done. >> yes. let's get started. we are going to begin with new york city mayoral hopeful anthony weiner. once again, digging in his heels. >> facing a near free-fall in his popularity. it hasn't stopped him from releasing a new campaign video even as his campaign appears to be imploding from all directions. the one minute long video posted on weiner's website yesterday evening. >> i know that there are newspaper editors and other politicians that say, boy, wish that guy weiner would quit. someone wants to come out with something embarrassing in your private life, you got to talk about that for a little while. >> reporter: but that's all that anyone ever seems to be talking about. his ever-widening sexting scandal came up again last night at a campaign stop at new york's city island with weiner getting confrontational. >> i don't quit. new yorkers don't quit. i'm not going to go into the corner and curl up because
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somebody found out something embarrassing about me. >> reporter: that embarrassing something is hitting the air waves nationwide. one of weiner's indiscretions, cindy leathers sat down with howard stern. >> you had to say to yourself this guy is one sick puppy, right? >> totally. especially after the first scandal happened. >> the online porn site, thedirty.com has published extreme nude images of what it says is anthony weiner. because it says new york deserves better leadership. meantime, weiner's campaign appears to be shaking down to its very foundation. former intern olivia newsy published a tell-all expose in yesterday's "new york daily news" alleging weiner's staffers joined the campaign only to curry favor with weiner's wife huma abedin for her connection to hillary clinton. that triggered a fiery and obscenity laced response by the communication director barbara morgan basically denying newsy's claims. still, weiner is remaining steadfast. >> quit isn't the way we roll in new york city. >> all right. well, the latest polling
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numbers show anthony weiner's support dropped a full 10% over the past week from 26% to 16%. israeli and palestinian negotiators plan to meet again in two weeks after wrapping up the first round of talks in years. representatives from both sides sat down with president obama at the white house. secretary of state john kerry said their goal is to work out a comprehensive peace agreement within nine months aimed at leading to an independent palestinian state. the next meetings will take place in the mideast. army private bradley manning will soon find out how much time he will have to spend behind bars. sentencing begins this morning following a mixed verdict in his court-martial for releasing 700,000 classified documents to wikileaks. manning was acquitted of the most serious charge of aiding the enemy. but he was convicted of a slew of other charges, including espionage and computer fraud. he is facing a maximum sentence of 136 years in prison. intense manhunt under way after a dramatic jail escape in arkansas. you won't believe the video.
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here's abc's ryan owens. >> reporter: the inmate on the phone is about to make a break for it. the arkansas man dives through the window that leads to the jail waiting room just ahead of the deputy who does the same, but not quite fast enough. yes, a felon with a rap sheet a mile long runs to a waiting getaway car sunday afternoon and he is still on the lam. >> with all our past dealings with mr. estell, he should be considered armed and dangerous. >> reporter: 33-year-old derrick estell, a convicted burglar serving hard time in the state penitentiary was just transferred to the jail at hot springs for a court appearance on 26 new charges. investigators say his dive to freedom, watch it again, that window is just a foot high and 2 1/2 feet wide. was more sophisticated than it looks. >> this was an elaborate plan and totally unexpected. >> reporter: investigators are watching the tape for clues. see the man in the blue shirt. investigators say he was an
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accomplice, distracting the deputies on duty. he is now in custody. then there is this woman, still on the run. police say she was waiting in a getaway car. passenger door open. the couple ditched this minivan a few minutes later. an elaborate scheme to get a hardened criminal out of the big house through an awfully small window. ryan owens, abc news, dallas. a pittsburgh medical researcher has pleaded not guilty in the poisoning death of his wife. dr. robert ferrante faced a judge yesterday after waiving extradition from west virginia. prosecutors say that he bought more than a half pound of cyanide not related to his research. they say he also took steps to delay medical care for his dying wife. three former penn state university administrators ordered to stand trial on charges they tried to cover up the jerry sandusky sexual abuse scandal. prosecutors say ex-president graham spanier, along with the school's former vice president and athletic director, failed to tell police about an allegation
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that sandusky molested a boy in a locker room shower in 2001. spanier says he is innocent. no trial date set. the long wait for major league baseball to take action against alex rodriguez could be about over. today's "new york daily news" reported that a-rod and eight other players will be suspended for using illegal drugs by the end of the week. rodriguez is expected to face a longer punishment because the league believe he's interfered with the investigation. a-rod's attorney says any suspension will be appealed. accusations of wrongdoing by tsa officers spiked by 27% in two years according to a just-released government report. it shows agency employees often received light punishments for sneaking prohibited items past scanners or napping on the job. in one instance of misconduct, tsa agents were accused of taking bribes from drug traffickers in l.a. >> somebody bypasses the screening process, takes a bag around a checkpoint, that is a serious offense. that stuff needs to be, to be, immediately corrected.
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>> the report highlights another big problem, over 3,000 instances where screeners showed up late, not at all, or left the job without permission. >> amazing. tsa claims to have a zero tolerance policy for these kind of things, but there have been so many reports, it really raises questions about how they're tracking their employees. >> right. the question is what kind of oversight is happening? we have pictures of them sleeping on -- not like we are in a break room and sleeping. like we snuck into a break room with the cameras. right there in the open in the airport napping. that's kind of unacceptable. especially since us passengers are like you have to do this, you have to go through the screening process. we have to take our shoes off, pack a certain way, bring things a certain way. then you get to the airport and working with tsa agents who are like i will let my family and friend through. if you know the right person, you can bring anything you want through. >> in defense, i am sure there are excellent, outstanding tsa people. >> i know some they're great. >> seems too many aren't.
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get this worked out. at least four workers injured by an explosion and fire at the propane plant in central florida are still listed in critical condition. with the flames out, the intensity of the fire is apparent. canisters that exploded are strewn around the ground. the heat melted cars parked nearby. investigators believed the blast and fire was caused either by equipment malfunction or human error. parts of italy recovering from a tornado outbreak. one twister caught on camera from the inside out as it touched down near milan. a man inside his apartment with a cell phone rolling as shredded debris swirled outside. thanks to his huge picture windows, he had an incredible view of the tornado spinning a few feet away. fortunately, only a handful of people were injured. let's take a look at today's weather here at home. clear early with rain late among most parts of the east coast. showers and thunderstorms around the great lakes, as well as the parts of the plains and rockies. sunny skies for the entire far west. >> 76 in l.a., but into the 80s for the rest of the west coast. couple triple-digit readings on
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the map. phoenix, dallas, boston, chicago, both to 81. slightly warmer than that in new york. okay. maybe the headline for this one should be, nik wallenda, eat your heart out. >> from china where a tightrope walker set a brand new guinness world record for walking between two hot air balloons. take a look at that. about approximately a 54-foot walk. it took him over 38 seconds. not bad. probably could have been done quicker, he says, had he not had to squat down at least once to maintain his balance. >> the fifth time he set a guinness world record. his last name has 13 letters. that's why we will just say, nice job there, buddy. >> i'm going to give it a try. his name is aisikaier wubulikasimu. so congratulations mr. wubulikasimu. >> almost as tough as actually doing the job there. >> there we are, falling
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off our pronunciation cliff. >> say that ten times fast. >> no thank you. >> good job, diana. coming up -- who is topping the list of hollywood's highest paid actresses. >> and from bust to boom in the real estate market. the sudden spike in real estate prices. what it means if you are anxious to buy or sell. you are watching "world news now." ♪ know you are not alone i'm going to make this place your home ♪ >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by consumer cellular.
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♪ ♪ know you're not alone i'm going to make this place your home ♪ good news for homeowners. new numbers show housing prices have jumped more than 12%. >> in two cities, big ones, they're posting all-time highs. more now from abc's chief business correspondent rebecca jarvis. >> reporter: enrique, like so many other americans, has been watching the housing market heat up. he wants in. >> i am sure there are deals to be had. just tough to find them. >> reporter: nowhere is that more true than in america's neighborhoods in the south and southwest. the cities hardest hit by the housing collapse today showing the biggest rebound in prices. like miami where enrique lives. up 14%. phoenix, las vegas up 20%. san francisco, up a whopping 24.5% since last year. >> i do think housing is going
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to kick into a higher gear. that means we are going to build a lot more homes and see stronger house price growth. >> reporter: a challenge for first time home buyers. >> difficult for people of my generation to go ahead and purchase a home. they are competing against people that are offering with all cash offers. >> reporter: it used to be first time buyers made up almost half of home sales. this year with prices surging, investors with cash are tipping the scales. but economist mark zandi says the bigger picture points to something that could help everyone. >> because housing is key to the economic recovery. we won't get unemployment down unless we get housing up. >> reporter: rebecca jarvis, abc news, new york. >> while this is definitely good news, it's still not where we used to be. pre-2006, we have places that are still not only 5%, there's a couple places that are just 5% to get to where they were prehousing bust. those places san jose, honolulu, san antonio.
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we are still 25% in a lot of other places below where we were in the 2006 bust. >> nevertheless, a lot better than a year or two ago. they do expect next year sales to slow down a bit because the interest rate is starting to creep up. >> they expect the interest rates to go to 5% or 6% by next year. that's a significant jump considering they were in the 3s earlier this year, end of last year. >> if you are out there, refinance now. >> yes, yes, yes. coming up, an update on the royal birth. another story about the royal birth. this time we are telling you if kate middleton had a tough time in the delivery room. >> something superstar sharon stone is absolutely refusing to do. it's next in "the skinny." >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations.
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♪ skinny so skinny ♪ ♪ skinny so skinny ♪ highest paid actress in hollywood. got a guess? paying attention in the meeting? >> i was. i know the answer. >> angelina jolie, everybody. you were paying attention, good. she earned almost $7.6 million more than the second ranked woman, jennifer lawrence, in the past 12 months. >> jennifer lawrence is second ranked? that's more breaking news than angelina jolie being first. >> $32.8 million, angelina made between june 2012 and 2013, $12.9 million more than last year. boy, she's on a roll. her huge salary comes despite not starring in a movie since "the tourist" three years ago.
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she directed and wrote "in the land of blood and honey." shot a disney's movie which she'll make $15.2 million for. the list number 10 going to number 1. jennifer lawrence, kristen stewart, jennifer aniston, emma stone, charlize theron, julia roberts, lastly at the top, angelina jolie. >> guess that makes sense. all of the big names. >> not too shabby. >> wish one of them would be my friend. just take me out to lunch, ladies. check this out, sharon stone, 55 years old. looks stunning. now she is telling a magazine, the "new you" magazine, she says doctors have tried to persuade her into having cosmetic surgery. she has been able to refuse the knife. she has shunned plastic surgery. she tells the magazine, i can't tell you how many doctors tried to sell me a facelift. i have gone so far as having some one talk me into it. when i looked at pictures of myself, i thought what are they going to lift?
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she goes on to say, yes, i have come close. frankly, i think the art of aging well, there is this sexuality to having imperfections. it's sensual. she even says she has no problem with plastic surgery whatsoever. if you have something to fix, go right ahead and fix it. i don't think there is anything wrong with cosmetic surgery. i think it is great. don't think it is all right to destroy yourself. >> 100% right. if you have something to fix, i can see it. in business, something is drooping or whatever. but if you are just getting a little older, just roll with it. >> if you are aging like she is, you don't have to do anything. she looks amazing. >> easy for her to say. >> a lot of people when they reach 55, things start to droop, distort, your face doesn't look the way it used to look. all kind of things are happening. she looks amazing. she doesn't need to change a thing. nothing drooping on jennifer aniston's body these days, she revealed her stripper diet. ready for this, the secret weapon. kale. a lot like spinach i guess. green vegetable. kale. apparently how she got in shape
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for her new role in "we are the millers" where she plays a stripper. 44-year-old wears a bra and panties in one scene and says it's a strict diet. she'd eat it every day. she says when she cheated instead of bite of potato chip or cupcake, she had kale chips. all about the kale. >> oh, gosh. >> you know she was in "horrible bosses" where she was also very sexy, a sexy doctor/dentist. wondering if she is trying to get away from the rachel thing where she is the friend next door. and she is doing this like crazy new transformation. you go, girl. >> it's working. really quickly, kate middleton, everybody wants to know the answer to this, did she have a painkiller-free birth? the answer is yes. the daily mail is reporting the duchess went the natural route through her 11-hour labor. >> gee whiz. >> assisted only by a rotating team of four midwives and three doctors. the whole thing she had done with not a painkiller in sight. >> bless her heart.
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♪ time is on my side all right. yesterday we told you about a new study about mothers and time and, no surprise, they don't have enough of it. >> "working women" magazine found that 97% of women are stressed by their schedule. time management coaches suggest finding hidden resources like having the kids help out and simplifying. >> we wondered what advice our viewers might have. that was our facebook question of the day. >> we got lots of good responses. here are just a few. evelyn says don't be afraid to ask for help. we are not machines or
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superwomen. >> good advice. monique says, my mistake was treating my husband like one of the kids. i did everything while he sat on the couch and relaxed pco theeork if h ba tell him to grow up. rita has this suggest my kids have a chore ch tm toonsi a good about cat >> i oo >> brian says, i know this isn't popular, but what about mom staying home? wiand to homedk it on what i make. ll has been a challenge at times >> brian goes on to say that i feel women have been sold down the river, like they have to work. there isn't any more respectable job than worki >> jamie has this idea, an old-fashioned appointment book on my kitchmy face so i have no choice but to see it. not a computer calendar that i
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have to remember to log on >> post-its are my best friend. i leave post-it reminders on the sun visor in my car and feel .un visor in my car and feel pproromdinally, a differ i h me if i amd ut want to deal with for the ke m i am in la la land. m ne rat one >> don't try thaou a recommendation, stay at home. or get ducis to work and put devon to work. >> put devon to work. man, he's 1. he's free loading. >> devon need to start vacuuming. ducis. chore ch let's >> you wor duc no reason why ducis shouldn't be helping out with the dishes. you both work. >> is he good that way? >> he helps with everything. >> von,s frk that's our news for this half hour. don't miss uc wnnfa and on twitter, @abcwnn and use
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making news in america this morning -- evidence of espionage. an army private accused in the biggest-ever security leak will be back in court today as the judge decides his fate. we're live in washington, with the latest. more drama from the anthony weiner camp. this time, the attention surrounds his spokesperson, as the mayoral candidate releases a new campaign ad. and source revealed. this morning, health officials are sounding the alarm after the cause of a nasty stomach bug is believed to be discovered. and escape artist. the drastic attempt for freedom. they caught on camera the elaborate plan and the people i caused of helping him to pull it off.

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