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they are this couple. >> two 19-year-olds married at the airport in reno, nevada. they did it there because dylan told madison he wanted to marry her after the first time they laid on eyes on each other after an 11 month navy deployment. >> they asked if they could have their ceremony there and the managers agreed and they put it together for them in two weeks. >> that was a kiss. >> that is going to be memorable. >> not a prince william kiss. that was a good old kiss. >> that was a real kiss. >> that was almost too much. >> he's been deployed so long. that's why there are all of this these peoples. p.s., they're 19. >> he is 19 and been deployed a long time. >> they're okay. >> they look happy. >> yes, they do. coming up, the secrets to staying skinny and it hits close to home, especially for us at this hour. forget about the diet today. it is national peanut butter fudge day. and i will take
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you to a shop where i learned to make this sweet treat. you are watching "world news now." ♪ >> announcer: "world news now" brought to you by consumer cellular. >> announcer: "world news now" this morning on "world news brought to you by consumer now," family tragedy. cellular. a prominent virginia lawmaker is attacked in his own home, and officials say his son did it before taking his own life. >> we are looking in to this as an attempted murder and suicide. this is not an absolute determination. >> the lawmaker's condition this morning and tough questions about his son. facing justice, george zimmerman's day in court. he was arrested at his girlfriend's house. the new legal and personal trouble he faces as he is bailed out. clinical connection. doctors link chronic sleep problems to a mental health condition. >> sometimes the most obvious things are the things we don't see. >> the insight on treating insomnia and depression so vital when sleep doesn't come easy. it is wednesday, november 20th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now" with
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john muller and diana perez. happy hump day, everybody. getting close to friday, sort of. >> yes. i always told my husband when wednesday starts it's the end of the week. >> smile starts to curl up on your face a little bit. >> up opposed to down. tuesday, it is always down. tuesday is the crappiest day of the week. monday there is nothing forward to look forward to on tuesday. monday you are like i'm getting through the first day and tuesday, you're like -- >> we're over the hump, baby. >> officially 1:20 seconds over the hump. >> next week we will be on the fast track to thanksgiving. can you believe it? >> oh, my gosh. turkey day here we come. >> let's pay some bills. we begin with an attack on a well-known lawmaker from virginia. senator creigh deeds is in fair condition after he was stabbed in the head and chest. >> they believe he was attacked by his own college-aged son before he killed himself. karen travers has the latest on this family tragedy. >> reporter: good morning, john and diana.
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police say they are looking at this as an attempted murder and suicide. yesterday there was an altercation between creigh deeds and his son. investigators are piecing together evidence to determine the sequence of events and the motive. virginia state police responded to a 911 call from senator creigh deeds. >> senator deeds and his son had an altercation at the deeds' residence. deeds was stabbed multiple times about the head and torso. >> reporter: deeds is currently in fair condition at the university of virginia medical center in charlottesville. his 24-year-old son gus was pronounced dead at the scene from what officials say was an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound. first responders attempted to treat gus deeds but were unsuccessful. according to the "richmond times-dispatch," he underwent a mental health evaluation but released because there no psychiatric bed available in the area. the younger deeds withdrew from college in virginia last month.
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he had been enrolled since 2007 but not continuously. police say creigh deeds was able to speak with investigators, but they are piecing together evidence to determine a motive. >> based on the evidence we have right now, we are looking into this as an attempted murder and suicide. >> reporter: deeds was elected to the virginia senate in 2001. he ran for attorney general in 2005 and governor in 2009. in both races, he lost to republican bob mcdonnell. governor mcdonnell said the news of utterly heartbreaking, and he called deeds an exceptional and committed public servant. governor-elect terry mcauliffe, a democrat, said yesterday was a sad day for virginia. john and diana. >> thank you. a florida congressman is due in washington, d.c., court today ♪ charged with possessing cocaine. according to prosecutors, trey radel was busted after he bought coke from an undercover officer. he calls himself a hip-hop ♪ conservative and apologized and said he suffers from alcoholism and intends to get treatment.
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he could face six months in jail all right. and $1,000 fine. if you are up with us right now, the drug in the next story you are probably in need of some here. marijuana, a record amount of sleep. i know we are. >> definitely. it, found in one attempt to probably know insomnia causes enter the u.s. the record bust actually happened a week ago. all kinds of problems, and authorities found more than researchers have shown it could be linked to depression and 20,000 pounds of pot hidden in a curing one could help to cure truckload of squash being driven the other. more now from abc's paula faris. from mexico into arizona. >> reporter: we used to think the street value of the depression caused insomnia. researchers say it might be the marijuana more than $10 million. >> i think it is extremely risky other way around. to move a shipment of this size >> insomnia is important. in fact, in this treatment it at one time through a port of was the most important thing in entry. predicting whether someone it is incredibly rewarding to take this dope off the streets responded well to depression and know it is not going to make therapies. it into our communities. >> the truck driver was arrested and turned over though >> reporter: according to research out of toronto, authorities. depression therapy was last week's seizure was 6,000 significantly more effective when coupled with insomnia pounds greater than the previous treatment. record pot bust. sleep psychologist shelby harris. george zimmerman is free on bond this morning following his >> i hope the study will help to get more people to be assessed latest run-in with the law. for insomnia. after being acquitted in the murder of trayvon martin, he is now accused of pointing his gun at his girlfriend. >> reporter: the findings are this time he was ordered to give based on a treatment call ed up his weapons. cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia or cbt-i which has been more now from abc's brandi hitt. around for decades. >> reporter: back in cuffs, here's how it work. george zimmerman was sweating as
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through a series of sessions, doctors change your sleep the judge listed the reasons for schedule, drastically at first, his arrest. training your body that your bed >> it's been alleged there was a is only for sleeping. get up when you can't sleep and domestic violence-related don't try to force it. aggravated assault with a deadly >> do you see this revolutionizing the way we treat weapon. depression? >> if we treat insomnia patients do you understand that? as part of the depression, we will see better outcomes overall. >> yes, sir. >> reporter: 24 hours earlier, >> reporter: they claim a 40% zimmerman's girlfriend called decrease in depression symptoms. 911 if the solution has been there following a heated argument. in front of us the whole time >> you just broke my glass table. what does that say? you just broke my sunglasses and you put your gun in my freaking >> sometimes the most obvious things are the things we don't face. see. >> reporter: she said that he was packing up his assault rifle and shotgun >> reporter: this is not a cure for depression. when he pointed the shotgun at but we are talking about significant improvement. john and diana? her in her home. >> all right. paula, thank you. >> so much with this chronic >> the victim in this case sleep loss. feared for her safety, and the defendant intended he was threatening commit suicide there are studies that you gain because he had nothing to lose. >> reporter: he barricaded weight if you get depressed. himself in the house and denies rough stuff. the allegations. >> he's upset. i mean, >> some of it is sleep loss and some of it is full-blown he's calm but upset. insomnia. he wants to go home. there is a difference. >> reporter: since his acquittal of killing trayvon martin this summer --
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according to the experts, >> put your hands up. to qualify for the diagnosis of >> reporter: his estranged wife accused him of threatening her insomnia, you need to have but charges were never filed. and he's been pulled over several times chronic sleep loss for a month. for speeding. does that mean you are not >> i'm going to set the bond at $9,000. sleeping at all? >> reporter: within hours >> only two hours also a night. zimmerman posted bond. and if you can't sleep the whole the judge ordered him to stay night but the you sleep when the away from shibe and her home. he cannot carry weapons or sun comes up, is that insomnia? ammunition and must wear a monitoring device. his next court appearance is >> hard to tell. >> i am going to wikipedia that scheduled for january. and while in custody, he was also served with one. >> you will be so smart when you divorce papers from his do that. the sweet morning treat. estranged wife, john and diana. >> my daughter and i had a tough assignment. >> thank you. it's not clear where he's going we had to find out how the experts make peanut butter fudge. to go because he's not allowed to go to his girlfriend's house. clearly, >> and i had the very, very she doesn't want him there after tough assignment to help taste he what he allegedly did. >> he is not allowed to collect test it all. his things. he has to send someone else to and the next half-hour, a get them. >> right. and actually the last time that kid going to heights that few adults can and the he ran into this problem he was collecting amazing reason he is doing. things from his soon-to-be this you are watching "world ex-wife's home and the video news now." >> announcer: "world news now" came about and he was trying to continues after this from our get his stuff and she didn't want him there and she kicked abc stations. him out. >> announcer >> the expression where there's smoke, there's fire. this guy better pull out of the spiral he's in. it is really smokey. >> he maybe needs to create distance between him and everything going on in his home state. it seems like every turn he makes he's in trouble with the law once again. >> sure does. >> and makes it on the news every time. >> sure does. let's talk about a pennsylvania pastor.
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he has been punished with a 30-day suspension for breaking the church law by presiding over his son's same sex wedding. they threatened to revoke his credentials if he violates the rules again. shafer wasn't repentant. he said he has been called by god to be an advocate for gay rights. >> what's my crime? i blessed two people that loved each other. >> shafer said he was relieved he wasn't defrocked but refused to promise the church he wouldn't perform more gay unions. new york is the first large city or state in the country to prohibit tobacco sales to young adults. mayor bloomberg is a former smoker and signed that bill into it is a soft,we law
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yesterday. it bans the sale of tobacco ♪ it is a soft, sweet, sugary products to anyone under 21 and treat popular at carnivals and also sets the price of a pack of at boardwalks throughout the entire $10.50. country. today is national peanut butter >> glad i don't smoke. fudge day. >> we get to show you how the panel of cybersecurity magic happens. i took a trip to suzi's sweet experts warned a house panel the obama care website should be shop in hitdstown, -- in shut down until serious security middletown, new jersey, for important journalistic research. all right. we are ready for peanut butter issues are resolved. fudge. we are with suzi from suzi's the experts attribute the risks sweet shop here in monmouth county on the beautiful jersey to the site's complexity and a shore. rushed rollout that failed to you are going to show us how to make peanut butter fudge that properly test the website. you are famous for, among other in fact, things. when asked if they would advise any american to use the website with existing security flaws, this is my daughter and she's all four experts said no. meantime, going to be a fudge tasting, as president obama speaking to this year's "wall street journal" ceo well. we what are we going to do? >> put butter in. council admitted once the website's problems are resolved, he still faces an uphill battle to remarket and rebrand the add the ingredients, and we will signature health care law. set the timer. the president reiterated, >> what is that contraption? >> that is a fudge kettle. however, that the website will be functioning >> reporter: like a blender? for a majority of people who use >> keeps it spinning. very hot. it by the end of the month. in beirut, shock and profound grief after suicide bombers attacked the iranian >> reporter: had makes a good embassy. fudge? 23 people including a diplomate -- what makes a good fudge?
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>> ingredients. some fudge is sickly sweet and were killed in the bombings. ours is perfect. iran has many enemies in the and chocolate peanut butter is extremely popular. region because it supports syrian president bashar resign what -- al-assad. >> reporter: what makes it special, in your opinion? the british prime minister has >> because our peanut butter is homemade. we are not just using a jarred called the president of iran to peanut butter to make the fudge. express his condolences, and >> reporter: and it makes a that is the first high-level contact since the iranian difference? >> absolutely. revolution. new details are emerging about the security agreement >> reporter: what's that bell, being worked out between the are we ready? >> step two. >> reporter: step two. let's do it. u.s. and afghanistan. >> make sure everything gets mixed in there properly. and now it is time to put the afghan leaders are expecting to vanilla in. receive a contrite letter from president obama apologizing for >> reporter: three teaspoons of u.s. mistakes with a promise not vanilla to 18 pounds of fudge. to repeat them. the agreement is aimed at >> yep. allowing american troops to stay >> reporter: must be some in afghanistan past next year's deadline. powerful vanilla. millions of people across the eastern u.s. saw something unusual last night. nasa and >> in goes the peanut butter. the air force and nasa teams up to launch a rocket. and we pour it in the pan, and it carried 29 tiny satellites in to orbit. one of them is controlled by the computer parts and that sets for a few cell phone. minutes before we add the another satellite sent up by a chocolate fudge and pour this on top of the peanut butter. group of high school students. swirl it so it has the swirled right? effect. >> high school, next up nasa. >> yeah. >> beautiful. >> there you have chocolate from a satellite to a young couple that has to be over the moon right now.
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peanut butter fudge. >> it sits out overnight and the they are this couple. next day i can cut and serve it. >> two 19-year-olds married at >> can we send some to the folks the airport in reno, nevada. a the shop diana? they did it there because dylan >> sure. had once told madison he wanted to marry her after the first time they laid on eyes on each other after >> reporter: we'll bring some back to you, diana. an 11 month navy deployment. there you go, diandiana. >> they asked if they could have help yourself. >> and you did bring some back. it looks delicious. their ceremony there and the i haven't tried it yet because i'm trying to be good. >> this tastes better than the managers agreed and they put it day i shot it. it sort of came into its own. together for them in two weeks. awesome, right? >> here's what is different >> that was a kiss. about this one. it so creamy. sometimes you get a fudge that is not creamy, on the rougher side. >> that is going to be this is melting in my mouth. memorable. so good. >> fantastic. >> not a prince william kiss. that was a good old kiss. i want it thank suzi from >> that was a real kiss. suzissweetshop.com. they have a website. >> oh, my gosh. >> that was almost too much. i'm going on there as soon as we >> he's been deployed so long. get off the air. that's why there are all of this these peoples. p.s., they're 19. >> he is 19 and been deployed a long time. >> they're okay. let's show the package. >> they look happy. show the box quickly. >> yes, they do. coming up, the secrets to >> they package it really nice. staying skinny and it hits close everything is individually to home, especially for us at wrapped. cute little box. this hour. forget about the diet today. you have to check it out. it is national peanut butter if you are near new jersey and fudge day. and i will take
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even if you are not go to new jersey and check them out you to a shop where i learned to anyway. make this sweet treat. alexa, thank you for sharing. to new you are watching "world news now." ♪ >> announcer: "world news now" jersey and check them out any brought to you by consumer wachlt alexa, thank you for cellular. . sharing. alexa, thank you for sharing. alexa, thank you for sharing. w alexa, thank you for sharing. a >> announcer: "world news now" brought to you by consumer cellular. alexa, thank you for sharing. y alexa, thank you for sharing. ny sharing. alexa, thank you for s. she loves to shop online with her debit card. and so does bill, an identity thief who stole mary's identity, took over her bank accounts, and stole her hard-earned money. unfortunately, millions of americans just like you learn all it may take is a little misplaced information to wreak havoc on your life. this is identity theft. and no one helps stop it better than lifelock.
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d-tic maintenance. welcome to "the mix," everybody. we are going the take a break from eating our fudge. excuse me -- to talk about these next couple of stories. guess what -- turns out, everything is going to sleep including how big or how thin you are. this is a new study. this one out of the "american journal of health promotion." and it found that people who had regular sleep patterns have lower levels of body fat. it doesn't necessarily mean that more sleep translates to being skinny because getting less than 6.5 hours or more than 8.5 hours of sleep a night is associated with having higher levels of body fat in women. so you want to keep -- you want to keep it just right. ♪ you also want to make it a ♪ regular sleep schedule and it ♪ affects the body's level of hormones that are related to hunger. what it essentially does, if you
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are not sleeping the right amount, just between 6 1/2 to all right. 8 1/2 your body doesn't know how if you are up with us right now, to regulate hunger and you are basically always eating. you are probably in need of some sleep. i know we are. >> definitely. we've reported this -- it found in children, the kids and you that consumed 134 fewer calories probably know insomnia causes all kinds of problems, and a day lost weight. researchers have shown it could >> good to know. be linked to depression and >> i think that is why i'm not curing one could help to cure losing weight on this shift. the other. >> might be a key, sweets. more now from abc's paula faris. this is a riot. i don't know. >> reporter: we used to think depression caused insomnia. it is so wrong but it is researchers say it might be the hilarious. "family feud" contestant goes on there. other way around. you will see it in a minute. the question is name a quality >> insomnia is important. about zombies. listen to what she says, and in fact, in this treatment it was the most important thing in steve predicting whether someone responded well to depression harvey's reaction is priceless. therapies. >> ladies, here we go. >> reporter: according to research out of toronto, we have the top six answers on depression therapy was the board. name something you know about significantly more effective zombies. when coupled with insomnia treatment. christy. >> black. sleep psychologist shelby harris. >> i hope the study will help to get more people to be assessed [ buzzer ] for insomnia. >> they are black. okay. >> reporter: the findings are >> i don't know if they are based on a treatment call ed white -- cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia or cbt-i which has been
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around for decades. here's how it work. [ laughter ] through a series of sessions, doctors change your sleep >> you shut up, lady. schedule, drastically at first, >> you shut up, lady. training your body that your bed is only for sleeping. get up when you can't sleep and don't try to force it. >> do you see this >> needless to say it was not up revolutionizing the way we treat there and it couldn't have been depression? any worse because not only is >> if we treat insomnia patients as part of the depression, we steve harvey black but the other will see better outcomes overall. contestants are black and it is >> reporter: they claim a 40% not a quality in zombies. decrease in depression symptoms. i can't imagine why if the solution has been there that came out of their mouth. in front of us the whole time you can't kill them, they are what does that say? green. they are black. >> sometimes the most obvious >> off white. that is a good one. wonder if anyone came up with things are the things we don't see. off-white. okay. 30 seconds to tell you about >> reporter: this is not a cure this. for depression. google is apparently rotting our memories. everything you told you about the internet is true. but we are talking about it will rot your brain. significant improvement. here's the deal -- people rely john and diana? on the internet, and it is causing people to >> all right. forget things they already knew. paula, thank you. >> so much with this chronic even things with geography or sleep loss. math, instead of going to our there are studies that you gain weight if you get depressed. memory bank -- >> you look it up and it is all rough stuff. >> some of it is sleep loss and there. >> look it up and find the some of it is full-blown
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insomnia. there is a difference. according to the experts, to qualify for the diagnosis of insomnia, you need to have chronic sleep loss for a month. does that mean you are not sleeping at all? >> only two hours also a night. and if you can't sleep the whole night but the you sleep when the sun comes up, is that insomnia? >> hard to tell. >> i am going to wikipedia that one. >> you will be so smart when you do that. the sweet morning treat. >> my daughter and i had a tough assignment. we had to find out how the experts make peanut butter fudge. >> and i had the very, very tough assignment to help taste test it all. and the next half-hour, a kid going to heights that few adults can and the amazing reason he is doing. this you are watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations. it's great having at&t u-verse high speed internet. walter likes to download fix-it videos... and watch "boardwalk empire." it helps sam with math... [ beeping ] ...and online gaming. and suze loves her smartphone for "social" studies...
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country. today is national peanut butter fudge day. >> we get to show you how the magic happens. police want to know what made i took a trip to suzi's sweet this morning on "world news shop in middletown, new jersey, now," tough questions about a for important journalistic prominent virginia lawmaker is stabbed in his home. police want to know what made research. his son snap before taking his all right. own life. we are ready for peanut butter presidential reflections. fudge. a late-night talk show plays we are with suzi from suzi's host to george and laura bush. sweet shop here in monmouth their views on today's politics, county on the beautiful jersey their days in the white house and health scare that gave them shore. a personal jolt. you are going to show us how to make peanut butter fudge that flying fat. you are famous for, among other why a pilot's weight problem things. could be everyone's problem on an airline flight. this is my daughter and she's the health concerns in the going to be a fudge tasting, as cockpit and what can be done. well. we what are we going to do? >> put butter in. add the ingredients, and we will madonna and lady gaga's set the timer. high-profile celebrity c >> what is that contraption? >> that is a fudge kettle. cat fight. >> reporter: like a blender? one of these performers is number one. >> keeps it spinning. it is coming up in "the skinny" very hot. on this wednesday, november 20th. >> announcer: from abc news, >> reporter: what makes a good this is "world news now" with john muller and diana perez. fudge? happy hump day, everyone. >> ingredients. some fudge is sickly sweet and
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>> nice hump day. ours is perfect. >> getting there. and chocolate peanut butter is >> feeling good. extremely popular. >> closer to friday. >> feeling loose. >> me, too. >> reporter: what makes it >> hump days do that to us. special, in your opinion? >> i agree. >> because our peanut butter is >> we need to celebrate hump day somehow. homemade. we have throwback thursday. we are not just using a jarred fridays are wonderful. >> we will work on it. peanut butter to make the fudge. like margarita monday. >> margarita monday. >> reporter: and it makes a difference? i like that. >> absolutely. that is it. forget about wednesdays. >> reporter: what's that bell, are we ready? >> let's do news. >> not good news. >> step two. a family tragedy in virginia. a popular and well-known >> reporter: step two. lawmaker is in the hospital after an attack let's do it. >> make sure everything gets apparently carried out by his own son. >> the young man is a 24-year-old college student who was also found dead of a mixed in there properly. self-inflicted gunshot wound. here's more with abc's jim and now it is time to put the avila. vanilla in. >> reporter: they were just two >> reporter: three teaspoons of people in the house, the high vanilla to 18 pounds of fudge. profile state senator creigh >> yep. deeds, who in 2009 was a >> reporter: must be some democratic candidate for governor and his powerful vanilla. son gus. authorities believe an early >> in goes the peanut butter. morning fight in this remote and we pour it in the pan, and that sets for a few minutes before we add the chocolate fudge and pour this on
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west virginia mountaintop home top of the peanut butter. left the father and son battling swirl it so it has the swirled effect. for life. >> beautiful. the elder deeds, 55, was stabbed >> there you have chocolate peanut butter fudge. multiple times in the head and chest. >> it sits out overnight and the next day i can cut and serve it. his son, still alive when >> can we send some to the folks authorities arrived, had been at the shop, diana? shot. >> sure. >> reporter: we'll bring some >> we are looking at this as an attempted murder and suicide. >> reporter: still bleeding in back to his chest and head, and his you, diana. son's dying in the house over on the hill there, senator deeds there you go, diana. walked down the long driveway and continued down to highway help yourself. 42. >> and you did bring some back. about 75 yards in all. it looks delicious. where by happenstance he was i haven't tried it yet because discovered by a cousin on the i'm trying to be good. road who took him to his house >> this tastes better than the where 911 was finally called. day i shot it. the senator was airlifted to it sort of came into its own. university of virginia hospital, awesome, right? >> here's what is different about 90 miles away. about this one. it so creamy. he is now in fair condition and sometimes you get a fudge that is not creamy, on the rougher has spoken to investigators. side. this is melting in my mouth. so good. his son died of his wounds >> fantastic. before he could be transferred. i want it thank suzi from suzissweetshop.com. they have a website. adding to the mystery of what >> oh, my gosh. i'm going on there as soon as we happened here, the senator and get off the air. let's show the package. show the box quickly. his son were described as close. >> they package it really nice. everything is individually according to the "richmond times wrapped. cute little box. you have to check it out. dispatch," if you are near new jersey and gus was the subject of a even if you are not go to new emergency custody order just jersey and check them out
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yesterday which compelled him to anyway. submit to a mental health alexa, thank you for sharing. evaluation. doctors wanted to hold him alexa, thank you for sharing. to new longer but the "times dispatch" jersey and check them out any was told there were no beds wachlt alexa, thank you for sharing. available in the entire western part of the state. alexa, thank you for sharing. mental health officials would not confirm that citing privacy alexa, thank you for sharing. w confirms. alexa, thank you for sharing. a but they said "under no alexa, thank you for sharing. y circumstances can a person be held beyond six hours alexa, thank you for sharing. ny involuntarily under an emergency sharing. alexa, thank you for s. custody order." state police were asked about the report. >> state law prohibits us from acknowledging any kind of emergency detention order or temporary detention order. >> reporter: the local sheriff told reporters he knew gus well. >> no problems at all with gus. he's a super nice kid. she loves to shop online with her debit card. and so does bill, >> reporter: state police can't an identity thief or won't say much about this motive but they made it clear who stole mary's identity, took over her bank accounts, they believe the son attacked the father and they are looking for no other suspects. jim avila, abc news, virginia. and stole her hard-earned money. unfortunately, millions of americans just like you and now a developing story learn all it may take from the coast of south florida. is a little misplaced information the search continues for two people missing after their to wreak havoc on your life. this is identity theft. lear jet went down in the and no one helps stop it better than lifelock. atlantic off of ft. lauderdale.
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and time released bacteria to reduce tank build up. the past 18 months his life has been a pageant of mug shots but no convictions. d-tic maintenance. matt gutman, abc news, sanford, florida. >> supreme court said the controversial abortion law in texas can stand while appeals to it are being heard. the justices voted 5-4 yesterday. that leaves in effect the welcome to "the mix," provision requiring doctors who everybody. perform abortions in clinics to we are going the take a break have admitting privileges at a from eating our fudge. nearby hospital. the case is on appeal in a federal court in new orleans. excuse me -- to talk about these next couple of stories. an effort to end late-term guess what -- abortions in albuquerque has turns out, everything is going failed. to sleep including how big or how thin you are. this is a new study. opponents of a referendum to ban this one out of the "american most abortions after 20 weeks were claiming victory as journal of health promotion." the votes came in last night. the vote was closely watched around the country since it would have made albuquerque the and it first city to pass abortion found that people who had restrictions. regular sleep patterns have lower levels of body fat. it doesn't necessarily mean that a sad passing to note from more sleep translates to being skinny because getting less than our extended family here at abc. 6.5 hours or more than 8.5 hours diane disney miller has died. of sleep a night is associated she was the eldest daughter of with having higher levels of walt disney. body fat in women. and was one of his inspirations for creating disneyland. miller was a fierce defender of you also want to make it a her father's legacy and leaves regular sleep schedule and it behind tradition of affects the body's level of philanthropy. hormones that are related to hunger. what it essentially does, if you
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diane disney miller passed away yesterday in northern california after complications from a fall. are not sleeping the right she was 79 years old. a rare public appearance by amount, just between 6 1/2 to former president george w. bush stepping back into the 8 1/2 your body doesn't know how spotlight on "the tonight show." to regulate hunger and you are basically always eating. mr. bush telling jay leno he is we've reported this -- it found in children, the kids glad not to be president that consumed 134 fewer calories anymore. saying eight years is plenty and a day lost weight. said he and laura love living in texas. as the former first lady joined >> good to know. them and they talked about how >> i think that is why i'm not they felt when doctors recently discovered he had a blocked artery. losing weight on this shift. >> when the president had that heart scare, how scary was that? >> it was scary, very scary. >> might be a key, sweets. this is a riot. but -- i don't know. >> i wasn't that scared. it is so wrong but it is hilarious. [ laughter ] >> was it you had obama care? "family feud" contestant goes on [ laughter ] there. you will see it in a minute. the question is name a quality about zombies. >> leno pointed out the president obama was the target listen to what she says, and of late-night jokes. steve harvey's reaction is priceless. >> ladies, here we go. we have the top six answers on the board. name something you know about president bush joked, "better him than me." zombies. christy. >> he was also asked why he >> black. [ buzzer ] >> they are black. okay. doesn't wade into public >> i don't know if they are policy and politics in general and he said he doesn't think it white -- is a good thing for the country [ laughter ] to have a former president criticize his successor. >> i totally respect that. he's been great. he hasn't weighed in on obama care. >> you shut up, lady.
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hasn't done any of that. staying on the sidelines. >> hasn't weighed in on anything >> you shut up, lady. really that has had to do with >> needless to say it was not up president obama throughout the entire presidency which is nice to see. there and it couldn't have been any worse because not only is steve harvey black but the other because any time he has an opportunity to come out and defend or praise contestants are black and it is the president, it is nice to see not a quality in zombies. he is respecting the office. >> he has become quite the painter in his retirement. i can't imagine why >> have you seen his toes coming that came out of their mouth. you can't kill them, they are out of the bath water? green. >> good. >> really is. all right. let's move on to the weather they are black. now. it will be sunny and dry up and down the east coast until south >> off white. florida with scattered showers and thunderstorms there. that is a good one. a band of showers stretching wonder if anyone came up with off-white. okay. across the midwest 30 seconds to tell you about from oklahoma to the great lakes where it could be mixed with this. snow. rain and mountain snow for the west. google is apparently rotting our rain in nevada and california. >> temperatures tumbling along memories. the west coast. everything you told you about the internet is true. mild across the midwest, and getting colder in the great lakes and the northeast. it will rot your brain. here's an example of like here's the deal -- people rely father, like daughter. on the internet, and it is causing people to it comes to us from oregon where forget things they already knew. even things with geography or math, instead of going to our 13-year-old rian berriman knows memory bank -- her way around the gym. >> you look it up and it is all there. >> look it up and find the answer and people associate
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their ability to find things on >> she got interested in go weightlifting after watching her dad do it, and now is a world record holder. she benchpressed 127 pounds, and that's a record for someone her age. >> she said part of her secret and her enjoyment of weight lifting it does it once a week and gives her muscles time to recover between workouts. >> wow, that is young. she said she likes it. it is a great hobby, a sport and hopes she can do it until she is much older. i think critics say she should be doing it when she is older. because of her muscles. >> no doubt. keeps your muscles strong and helps you have a higher metabolism. you burn more calories sitting on the couch if you are lifting weights. >> absolutely. coming up in "the skinny," "people" magazine's sexiest man alive. wait until you hear who it is. and a 9-year-old who is taking his mountain climbing goal higher and higher. there's no stopping him now. you are watching "world news now." ♪ can you take me higher >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by no no hair removal. ♪ can you take me higher
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this morning on "world news now," tough questions about a prominent virginia lawmaker that was stabbed in his home. police want to know what made his son snap before taking his own life. presidential reflections. a late-night talk show plays host to george and laura bush. their views on today's politics, their days in the white house and health scare that gave them a personal jolt. flying fat. why a pilot's weight problem could be everyone's problem on an airline flight. the health concerns in the cockpit and what can be done. madonna and lady gaga's high-profile celebrity cat fight. one of these performers is number one. it is coming up in "the skinny" on this wednesday, november 20th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now" with john muller and diana perez. happy hump day, everyone. >> nice hump day.
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>> getting there. >> feeling good. >> closer to friday. >> feeling loose. >> me, too. >> hump days do that to us. >> i agree. [ coughs ] >> we need to celebrate hump day somehow. ♪ we have throwback thursday. [ male announcer ] you can't let a cold keep you up tonight. fridays are wonderful. >> we will work on it. vicks nyquil -- powerful nighttime 6-symptom cold & flu relief. ♪ like margarita monday. >> margarita monday. i like that. that is it. and can cost thousands of dollars to repair... forget about wednesdays. >> let's do news. thankfully, the powerful dual action formula of rid-x >> not good news. a family tragedy in virginia. has enzymes to break down waste a popular and well-known lawmaker is in the hospital after an attack and time released bacteria to reduce tank build up. apparently carried out by his own son. >> the young man is a d-tic maintenance. 24-year-old college student who was also found dead of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. be careful babe. [ doorbell rings ] let's see what's cookin'. here's more with abc's jim look at this. that's a swiffer. avila. i don't have to climb up. >> reporter: they were just two did you notice how clean it looks? people in the house, the high profile state senator creigh morty are you listening? morty? deeds, who in 2009 was a [ morty ] i'm listening! i want you to know. democratic candidate for governor and his son gus. authorities believe an early morning fight in this remote
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prove it. west virginia mountaintop home enough is enough. d-con baits are specially formulated left the father and son battling to kill in one feeding. for life. guaranteed. the elder deeds, 55, was stabbed d-con. get out. multiple times in the head and chest. his son, still alive when authorities arrived, had been shot. >> we are looking at this as an attempted murder and suicide. >> reporter: still bleeding in his chest and head, and his son's dying in the house over on the hill there, senator deeds walked down the long driveway and continued down to highway 42. about 75 yards in all. where by happenstance he was discovered by a cousin on the road who took him to his house where 911 was finally called. the senator was airlifted to university of virginia hospital, ♪ about 90 miles away. ♪ he is now in fair condition and ♪ has spoken to investigators. his son died of his wounds before he could be transferred. adding to the mystery of what happened here, the senator and on an airplane being an his son were described as close. according to the "richmond times obese passenger can present a dispatch," gus was the subject of a lot of challenges and that of emergency custody order just course is the case for pilots as well. yesterday which compelled him to >> the faa looking closer at the submit to a mental health issue because they say
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overweight pilots could pose a evaluation. real risk to everyone on board. doctors wanted to hold him abc's david kerley tells us why. longer but the "times dispatch" >> reporter: overweight was told there were no beds passengers have been kicked off available in the entire western part of the state. mental health officials would of planes. not confirm that citing privacy remember actor/director kevin confirms. smith saying he is way fat but they said "under no circumstances can a person be being asked to deplane? held beyond six hours involuntarily under an emergency it is pilots in jeopardy of losing their license to fly. custody order." not because of their weight but rather their lack of sleep. >> the science is pretty clear when a pilot doesn't get enough state police were asked about sleep it has the same the report. physiological effects of drinking. >> state law prohibits us from >> reporter: it's not just acknowledging any kind of pilots but air traffic emergency detention order or controllers, too. altogether, that's nearly temporary detention order. >> reporter: the local sheriff 160,000 people. told reporters he knew gus well. >> no problems at all with gus. he's a super nice kid. it's estimated 3% to 7% may be >> reporter: state police can't obese and suffer apnea. or won't say much about this that could be 5,000 pilots and motive but they made it clear controllers. this plan comes five years after they believe the son attacked the father and they are looking for no other suspects. jim avila, abc news, virginia. and now a developing story from the a "go" airlines flight from coast of south florida. the search continues for two honolulu to hilo, hawaii. a short flight but both pilots people missing after their fell asleep and overshot the lear jet went down in the airport before waking up and atlantic
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landing safely. why? off of ft. lauderdale. the captain's undiagnosed obstructive sleep apnea. the bodies of two people were on according to the ntsb, a captain experiencing excessive daytime sleepiness and was the plane and they have been obese. recovered. >> people who have obstructive the flight was heading to sleep apnea won't feel cozumel, mexico. it's too early to know what restorative, refreshing sleep. caused the plane to go down. a florida congressman is in the morning, when they wake apologizing after being arrested for possession of cocaine. up, it is like they haven't gotten enough republican trey radel said he sleep. suffers from alcoholism and will >> reporter: the faa flight seek treatment. surgeon says any pilot with a one of his constituents seemed body mass index of 40 will have philosophical about the legal trouble. >> he seems to be a nice guy. to see a sleep expert. i like him. and if it's a shame. but i pray everything will go diagnosed with apnea will have well. to be treated before they can be >> radel was arrested in an undercover sting and is due in washington, d.c., court today. medically certificated to work. new details emerging about what does a 40 body mass index the domestic dispute that landed mean for a pilot that is six feet? he'd have to weigh nearly 300 george zimmerman in jail. he is out on bond but claims to pounds, but the flight surgeon be destitute. says they will more than $2 million in debt lower the standard down the road. david kerley, abc news, reagan with less than $150 to his name. national airport. abc's matt gutman has more on george zimmerman's legal >> i think it is great they are finally linking an overweight troubles. problem with a lack of sleep. apparently that wasn't a link >> reporter: george zimmerman they were able to make before. now they save see there is a link and finding all kinds of underlying problems. walked out of jail without his >> i don't know what to say guns. about that one.
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i want my pilot to be awake. that's for sure. so i guess if that happens it's a good thing. this after he faced a florida judge again. coming up, the rivalry >> yes, your honor. between madonna and lady gaga and who's taking >> reporter: in shackles with sides. just imagine, the hottest sweat beading on his forehead, guys in hollywood and who's just been named the very sexiest. charged with aggravated assault it is coming up next in "the skinny." with a deadly weapon for >> announcer: "world news now" allegedly pointing a shotgun at continues after from our abc stations. sexiest. his girlfriend's head on monday it is as heard on this 911 call. >> announcer: "world news now" contin >> you just broke my glass table. you just broke my sunglasses and you put your fun in my freakin' face. >> reporter: prosecutors telling the court zimmerman allegedly choked his girlfriend last week and even considered suicide. >> the defendant indicated at the time he threatened suicide he had nothing to lose. >> reporter: a hint of hopelessness in evidence his 911 call on monday with police trying to push through a barricade that he built in her home. >> the officers are upset. >> yeah, they are banging on the door and window. >> you are not going to speak with them? >> i don't have anything to say. >> reporter: while in jail here another indignity for zimmerman. he was served with divorce papers. apparently his wife's attorneys have been trying to find him for six weeks. it wasn't hard to find him here. since his acquittal for the killing of trayvon martin, it seems we've mostly seen
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zimmerman during his run-ins with the law. the past 18 months his life has been a pageant of mug shots but no convictions. matt gutman, abc news, sanford, florida. >> supreme court said the controversial abortion law in this is why i joined the guard. texas can stand while appeals to it are being heard. the justices voted 5-4 yesterday. that leaves in effect the i couldn't believe it. i just saved a life. provision requiring doctors who somebody from my hometown. perform abortions in clinics to announcer: be there for your community, at nationalguard.com. have admitting privileges at a nearby hospital. the case is on appeal in a federal court in new orleans. an effort to end late-term abortions in albuquerque has failed. opponents of a referendum to ban most abortions after 20 weeks were claiming victory as the votes came in last night. the vote was closely watched around the country since it would have made albuquerque the first city to pass abortion restrictions. a sad passing to note from our extended family here at abc. diane disney miller has died. she was the eldest daughter of walt disney. and was one of his inspirations for creating disneyland. miller was a fierce defender of her father's legacy and leaves behind tradition of philanthropy.
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diane disney miller passed away yesterday in northern california after complications from a fall. "the skinny" time. she was 79 years old. "people" coming out with the a rare public appearance by former president george w. bush stepping back into the spotlight on "the tonight show." annual mr. bush telling jay leno he is sexiest man issue. >> can't wait. glad not to be president >> not our floor director noel. anymore. >> he is bummed about that. saying eight years is plenty and you should have seen the outfit he had on. said he and laura love living in texas. >> it was adam levine. as the former first lady joined >> i still think you are sexy, them and they talked about how they felt when doctors recently discovered he had a blocked artery. nole. >> adam levine. >> really? >> when the president had that heart scare, how scary was that? >> judge in the joe. >> it was scary, very scary. but -- >> i wasn't that scared. blake shelton giving him ribbing before announcing. [ laughter ] check it out. >> was it you had obama care? [ laughter ] >> blake shelton, i'm sorry >> leno pointed out the about "people" magazine, buddy. president obama was the target sorry about "people" magazine. of late-night jokes. i know you are bummed. president bush joked, "better him than me." >> he was also asked why he doesn't wade into public >> you're the sexiest man alive. policy and politics in general >> man, in my book -- adam, i know -- i know you are now the and he said he doesn't think it sexiest man alive. >> bring it on. is a good thing for the country bring it on. bring it on. to have a former president here we go. >> i think you are beautiful for what's on the inside. criticize his successor. >> adam levine, according to >> i totally respect that. he's been great. he hasn't weighed in on obama "people" magazine. care. he reveals in the article that hasn't done any of that. staying on the sidelines. >> hasn't weighed in on anything
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he cries at movies, loves to be really that has had to do with president obama throughout the naked and looking forward to entire presidency which is nice settling down with his fiance, victoria's secret model behati to see. prinsloo. because any time he has an >> he is on a roll with that opportunity to one. come out and defend or praise the president, it is nice to see >> he's a good-looking guy. he is respecting the office. sexiest man alive -- i don't know about all that. i think it's the idea of adam levine. he sings these throaty great >> he has become quite the songs. >> that makes you sexy. >> yeah. i think it is more than his looks. painter in his retirement. okay, so "forbes" is out >> have you seen his toes coming out of the bath water? >> good. with the highest paid musicians >> really is. all right. of 2013. drum roll please, number three, let's move on to the weather now. bon jovi 79 million. it will be sunny and dry up and down the east coast until south florida with scattered showers and thunderstorms there. lady gaga following up at $80 a band of showers stretching across the midwest from oklahoma to the great lakes million, and madonna with a whopping $125 million. rounding off the top five, we where it could be mixed with snow. rain and mountain snow for the west. rain in nevada and california. have got toby keith with a cool >> temperatures tumbling along $65 million, and coldplay with $64 million. the west coast. and i think this kind of puts to rest that rivalry that everybody mild across the midwest, and has made up between lady gaga getting colder in the great and madonna. lakes and the northeast. here's an example of like madonna has officially stepped father, like daughter. on the neck of lady gaga when it it comes to us from oregon where comes to how much money they 13-year-old rian berriman knows have made. her way around the gym.
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>> she got interested in that is a fantastic amount. weightlifting after watching her dad do it, and now is a world $45 million more than your record holder. so-called rival. i think you win. i think you win. she bench pressed 127 pounds, >> she's the winner. and she benchpressed 127 pounds, and that's a record for someone her foot locker new series of age. commercials for their week of >> she said part of her secret greatness. and her enjoyment of weight lifting it does it once a week and gives her muscles time to it's about righting the world's wrongs. recover between workouts. some of them are funny. dennis rodman goes to korea on a one-way ticket and doesn't come back. one of the other wrongs righted, >> wow, that is young. she said she likes it. mike tyson shows up at evander holyfield's door with a present it is a great hobby, a sport and for him. hopes she can do it until she is much older. do you remember he bit off his ear once in a fight? i think critics say she should >> yes. >> i'm sorry, evander. be doing it when she is older. because of her muscles. it's your ear. >> no doubt. keeps your muscles strong and helps you have a higher metabolism. you burn more calories sitting on the couch if you are lifting weights. >> my ear. >> absolutely. coming up in "the skinny," "people" magazine's sexiest man alive. wait until you hear who it is. >> i kept it in formaldehyde. and a 9-year-old who is >> rodman going to north korea taking his mountain climbing and only getting a one-way trip. goal higher and higher. i guess they all have a sense of there's no stopping him now. humor. bret favre walks away from the you are watching "world news now." game. ♪ can you take me higher >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by no no all kinds of great things in the hair removal. week of greatness commercials.
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overweight pilots could pose a real risk to everyone on board. abc's david kerley tells us why. >> reporter: overweight passengers have been kicked off of planes. remember actor/director kevin smith saying he is way fat being asked to deplane? ♪ it's obese pilots in jeopardy of losing their license to fly. not because of their weight but rather their lack of sleep. >> the science is pretty clear imagine c-- conquering mt. when a pilot doesn't get enough sleep it has the same physiological effects of drinking. >> reporter: it's not just kilimanjaro at the age of 8. pilots but air traffic a boy can claim that record and controllers, too. says he is not stopping there. altogether, that's nearly >> he is taking on a bigger 160,000 people. challenge. it's estimated 3% to 7% may be he will do it for a great cause. obese and suffer apnea. here's abc's brandi hitt with that could be 5,000 pilots and controllers. the story. this plan comes five years after >> reporter: at just a "go" airlines flight from >> reporter: at just 9 years honolulu to hilo, hawaii. a short flight but both pilots old, tyler armstrong is fell asleep and overshot the preparing to climb argentina's mountain, the tallest mountain airport before waking up and landing safely. in the western and southern why? hemispheres. the captain's undiagnosed
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>> the most exciting part will obstructive sleep apnea. be reaching the top and having according to the ntsb, the world record. a captain experiencing excessive >> reporter: at 7, tyler became daytime sleepiness and was obese. the youngest person to climb >> people who have obstructive mt. whitney in a day. sleep apnea won't feel at 8, the second youngest to restorative, refreshing sleep. in the morning, when they wake conquer kilimanjaro. >> second youngest. up, it is like they haven't gotten enough >> reporter: climbing over two sleep. >> reporter: the faa flight weeks at more than 22,000 feet surgeon says any pilot with a will be body mass index of 40 will have even more challenging with to see a sleep expert. temperatures possibly reaching and if 20 below zero. diagnosed with apnea will have are you a little scared at all to be treated before they can be about climbing that big mountain? medically certificated to work. what does a 40 body mass index >> yeah. mean for a pilot that is six because it's going to be very feet? cold. he'd have to weigh nearly 300 it takes lots and lots of pounds, but the flight surgeon training. says they will >> reporter: this southern california fourth grader has lower the standard down the road. been training for ice climbing david kerley, abc news, reagan national airport. and building up his strength. >> i think it is great they are >> good. >> this time, we are taking more finally linking an overweight problem mountaineering-type gear, it with a lack of sleep. will be ice axe, clamp ones, apparently that wasn't a link they were able to make before. harnesses. now they save see there is a >> reporter: when tyler and his link and finding all kinds of father arrive in december, argentinean courts must approve underlying problems.
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a special, under-14, hiking >> i don't know what to say permit. about that one. >> safety is a concern. i want my pilot to be awake. >> as a father. i would never that's for sure. put my son in danger. so i guess if that happens it's he has taken the proper training a good thing. coming up, the rivalry itstproved he can do it. between madonna and lady gaga and who's taking sides. >> reporter: and this just imagine, the hottest record-setting climb also guys in hollywood and who's just been named the very sexiest. comes with a bigger mission. it is coming up next in "the skinny." >> announcer: "world news now" >> i am doing it for >> reporit continues after from our abc disease that affects 300,000 stations. boys worldwide, confining most >> he is doing rs >> reporter: tyler may not stop after aconcagua. >> if i want to do it i will do mt. mckinley in alaska. >> abc news, los angeles. >> good kid. >> good cause. >> he will run out of mountains to climb by the time he is a teen small, very short career. i love he is doing it for a good cause. best quote of the entire piece. "it's just me and my dad and nobody else." >> great bonding experience. >> check out his website, it is talkwithtyler.com.
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here we go. >> i think you are beautiful for what's on the inside. >> adam levine, according to "people" magazine. he reveals in the article that he cries at movies, loves to be naked and looking forward to settling down with his fiance, victoria's secret model behati prinsloo. >> he is on a roll with that one. >> he's a good-looking guy. sexiest man alive -- i don't know about all that. good morning. i'm john muller. i think it's the idea of adam >> and i'm diana perez levine. he sings these throaty great good morning. songs. i'm john muller. >> and i'm diana perez. >> that makes you sexy. >> yeah. here are some of the top i think it is more than his headlines we are following on "world news now." looks. okay, so "forbes" is out a congressman from florida is in court today on cocaine with the highest paid musicians of 2013. charges. details about the bust, apology drum roll please, number three, and legal fight ahead. bon jovi 79 million. george zimmerman is released lady gaga following up at $80 on bond on charges he assaulted his girlfriend. million, and madonna the judge ordered him not to have firearms or communication with a whopping $125 million. and to stay within the state of florida. rounding off the top five, we authorities in arizona have shown off the biggest amount of pot ever seized at one time in their state. more than 10 tons of marijuana have got toby keith with a cool had a street value of over $10 $65 million, and coldplay with million and it was all found in a truck crossing into the u.s. from mexico last week. nasa is teaming up with the $64 million. and i think this kind of puts to air force to launch a small rest that rivalry that everybody rocket last night from the coast has made up between lady gaga and madonna. of virginia that carried two dozen small satellites into madonna has officially stepped
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on the neck of lady gaga when it comes to how much money they have made. that is a fantastic amount. orbit, one powered by a computer brain of a cell phone. those are some of our stories on this wednesday, november 20th. >> $45 million more than your >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now" with so-called rival. john muller and diana perez. i think you win. i think you win. >> she's the winner. foot locker new series of commercials for their week of putting my purse away here. greatness. excuse me. it's about >> little walk is challenging when you don't have pockets. righting the world's wrongs. >> you have to find a way to put some of them are funny. dennis rodman goes to korea on a this somewhere. one-way ticket and doesn't come back. >> no comment. one of the other wrongs righted, >> my cord with all of my mike tyson shows up at evander electronic apparatus, umbilical holyfield's door with a present for him. do you remember he bit off his cords. ear once in a fight? >> yes. all right. wednesday, here it is. closer to friday. >> i'm sorry, evander. do you feel it? >> we're rolling. it's your ear. i'm feeling it. >> my ear. >> we're extra, extra closer to friday -- >> why -- >> we are extra closer because >> i kept it in formaldehyde. of where we are in our day. >> yes. we are halfway down. >> rodman going to north korea >> everybody watches us at different times. and only getting a one-way trip. it is hard to understand what we i guess they all have a sense of are saying but just know we are humor. bret favre walks away from the game. all kinds of great things in the past halfway for our day. week of greatness commercials. >> friday here we come. >> yes. >> i can see the world getting let's get started and we better and better with these start right here. commercials. both wonderful.
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this half-hour, favre at a diner. a young republican congressman busted for cocaine possession. >> no more wrangler jeans commercials. >> he will answer to the charges >> he could probably suit up and later today in a washington, be good i bet you. d.c., courtroom. >> oh, probably. but he already has a message for the voters back check it out. great news. home. >> i'm a conservative. kelly clarkson, famous singer, >> reporter: overnight, comments preggers. flooding the facebook page of abc news confirmed, although she first term congressman trey put it on twitter, "i'm radel after he posted an apology pregnant!" saying, "i'm disappointed in exclamation point, exclamation myself and stand ready to face point. the consequences of my actions." she just got married. we are so excited. radel is charged with best early christmas present misdemeanor cocaine possession. ever. there you have it. he was arrested last month in an >> congratulations. fbi sting and is set to be arraigned today. >> the first concert i took my the 37-year-old blames his daughter to is kelly clarkson. >> did she deliver? struggle with alcoholism for >> she was great. leading him to a "extremely she did deliver. irresponsible choice." >> very cool. powerful voice. his story drawing comparisons to embattled toronto mayor rob ford. >> absolutely. >> i'm not an addict of any sort. >> reporter: radel was elected and the -- all of the magazines are flooded with pictures of her last year, telling cnn -- >> i just want to do something in her wedding, her beautiful wedding dress. to be able to help. pictures of her before the >> reporter: in a recent wedding dress. congratulations to them and have a merry christmas and exciting interview, he said his favorite news having a baby. >> awesome news. good for you guys. vacation spot outside of florida is cartegena, colombia, and he news having a baby.
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is known for his love of hip-hop >> awesome news. good for you guys. music. >> awesome news. >> "bring the noise" is one of good for you guys. . my favorite tracks. >> reporter: voters are bringing the noise a asking for his resignation. >> his constituents voted him into office, and this is what he do for them? it is embarrassing. >> reporter: gop leaders aren't going that far yet. in his statement, radel is saying, "as the father of a young son and husband of a loving wife, i need to get help so i can be a better man for both of them." >> the congressman says he will seek treatment. as for the charges, he faces six months in jail. now to an unfolding family tragedy in virginia. well-known state lawmaker creigh deeds is recovering from stab wounds. the attacker is apparently his 24-year-old son who was found dead of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. it started as some sort of altercation at the family home. this according to police. >> senator deeds and his son had an altercation at the deeds' residence. deeds was stabbed multiple times
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throughout the head and upper torso. >> reports say gus deeds had a mental evaluation on monday but released because there were no beds available for him at a psychiatric center. the biggest corporate payout in history. the $13 billion settlement by jpmorgan chase. the record deal for knowingly selling bad mortgages could serve as a template for similar agreements with other big banks. attorney general eric holder blames jpmorgan for helping to is set the stage for the 2008 financial meltdown. >> that was a significant reason why the mortgage industry, the mortgage sector collapsed, which led to, i believe, the larger problems that we are still in the process of trying to dig out from. >> in addition to facing several lawsuits, chase is the subject of an ongoing criminal investigation. it is not clear if anyone will go to jail. another blow to the troubled obama care website. cybersecurity experts testified on capitol hill that healthcare.gov should be shut down until security issues are addressed.
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a panel of i.t. experts testifying before the house committee on science, space and technology cited numerous security flaws within the website. they have attributed the risks to the site's complexity -- 500 million lines of code and a rushed rollout that failed to properly test the website. >> by looking at the website, we can see there are fundamental security principles not followed. these are things that could compromise sensitive issue for people that register for the website and the site itself and everything around it. >> reporter: when asked if they would advise any american to use the website with existing flaws all four experts said no. it was a sentiment echoed elsewhere on capitol hill yesterday. >> it is just one more reason why this health care law needs to be scrapped now. >> how can the public trust a hastily thrown-together system in which meeting a deadline was more important for the administration than conducting complete, end-to-end testing? >> reporter: an obama administration official admitted that seven weeks after the launch of the new federal health insurance marketplace, 30 to 40% of the electronics system has not been built or even tested. still president obama sounds optimistic, speaking at this year's "wall street journal" ceo
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council in washington. >> even though the rollout of the new health care marketplace has been rough, to say the least, about a half million americans are poised to gain health care coverage beginning january 1st. ♪ that's after only a month of sign-up. >> reporter: the president admitted that once the website's problems are resolved, imagine conquering mt. rebranding and remarketing will be a challenge. kilimanjaro at the age of 8. >> president obama reiterated a boy can claim that record and that healthcare.gov will be says he is not stopping there. functioning for the majority of people who are using it by the >> he is taking on a bigger end of this month. challenge. >> how scary is this? he will do it for a great cause. a hacking expert named david kennedy told the house committee here's abc's brandi hitt with he hacked into the obama care website and enabled users web the story. cams, monitor web cams, steal passwords and have full access to anything and everything on their computers. >> here's the biggest problem >> reporter: at just 9 years according to kennedy. the complexity, the sheer old, tyler armstrong is complexity of what obama care tries to do on its website is preparing to climb argentina's unprecedented in the history of computers. mountain, the tallest mountain an i.t. expert that testified in the western and southern said because of the amount of hemispheres. code that's involved with this, >> the most exciting part will
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it is impossible to conduct an be reaching the top and having end-to-end security assessment. the world record. and just to review the security >> reporter: at 7, tyler became the youngest person to climb risks would take six months. >> this is a quagmire. mt. whitney in a day. >> it is huge apparently. at 8, the second youngest to wow. conquer kilimanjaro. moving on, billionaire media >> second youngest. mogul rupert murdoch is ending >> reporter: climbing over two his third marriage. weeks at more than 22,000 feet he and wendy dang appeared will be before a judge in new york city even more challenging with to make it final. temperatures possibly reaching the settlement is largely based 20 below zero. are you a little scared at all on two prenuptial agreements and about two post nuptial agreements climbing that big mountain? between the couple. it is not likely to match what >> yeah. because it's going to be very murdock paid to his second wife, cold. close to $2 billion. it takes lots and lots of another legal fight involves the family of radio legend casey training. kasem. >> reporter: this southern a judge ruled that he is california fourth grader has receiving good medical care and been training for ice climbing that a conservatorship is sought by his daughter which is and building up his strength. unnecessary. >> good. kasem's 81, suffering from >> this time, we are taking more mountaineering-type gear, it will be ice axe, clamp-ons, advanced parkinson's disease. the judge urged them to work out harnesses. >> reporter: when tyler and his a visitation schedule that is father arrive in december, agreeable to everyone. argentinean courts must approve protesters out of tahrir
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a special, under-14, hiking permit. square sealed the area with >> safety is a concern. >> as a father.i wve teargas last night. demonstrators were marking the he has taken the proper training second anniversary of the and proven he can do it. uprising against hosni mubarak. >> it's just me and my dad and more than 40 protesters were killed during nobody else. it's fun. >> reporter: and this that time two years ago, and we've learned at record-smbr least six policemen have been have duchenne. >> reporter: it is a muscle killed in a car bombing in the peninsula. disease that affects 300 a state of emergency has boys worldwide, confining most been declared on the italian to a wheelchair. island of sardina after a >> he is doing it to help freak torrential who can't climb. rainstorm killed at least 16 it makes me feel very proud. people, downed bridges, swept >> reporter: tyler may away cars. after aconcagu the island got nearly 18 inches >> if i want to d of rain mt mcin during the 24-hour period. >> abc news, los angeles. other parts of italy were hit by >> good kid. heavy rains on tuesday including >> good cause. the rome and venice areas. >> he will run out of mountains in the midwest, teams from to climb by the time he is a fema will start fanning across teenager. the tornado zone to assess >> he is 9 years aut - irdf damage from sunday's deadly small, very short career. tornado outbreak and inspecting hundreds of ruined homes in cause. best quote of tht . illinois to clear the way for families to receive federal reaxperote of tht . >> check out his assistance. talkwitht eight people were killed when
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>> don't for dozens of twisters violently tore through the area on sunday. even in the hardest hit areas they are vowing to fight back. >> we have been knocked down but will get back up. we will fight and rebuild and washington -- someday we will realize we are all better for this. >> people are digging through what is left of their homes finding wedding rings and mementos that made it through the storms. let's move to the rest of the weather now. rain and mouncont along the west coast and into the northwest and northern rockies. up to 16 inches in the higher elevations. a band of showers stretches a across the midwest into the great lakes but most of the east will be sunny and dry with the exception of south florida. mild across the midwest into the east. colder to the northeast over the summer, we ma battle of gettysburg, and now we have done the same thing for the gettysburg address.
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>> officials at the battlefield say there oplecf o niveeste that happens to be the same amount that first heard president lincoln deliver his speech in 1863. the hiof tent reciting of lincoln's famous 272 words by a civil war h and lincoln impersona >> mu ve . a smaller crowd heard the same speech yesterday in the shadow of the lincoln memorial in the whole thing, president lincoln once predicted dn'og red.lincoln once predicted that is obviously not the case. >> yeah. g thns yea >> the civil war reenactments are giant. get bigger every year. gettysburg is the most popular site for people who are really into these reenactments. >> that address, because not everybody remembers, is part of the ceremony dedicating a cemetery at gettysburg where thousands of soldiers were buried. a woman who stood up and insisted her version of history
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friday marks 50 years since the assassination of john f. kennedy. a new abc/"washington post" poll shows 62% of americans think more than one person was involved in the murder. >> one of the witnesses to the
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assassination was a schoolteacher just feet from kennedy when the fatal shot was fired and until the day she died she was convinced that investigators got it wrong. here's abc's byron pitts. >> something has happened in the motorcade route. something, i repeat, has happened in the motorcade route. >> reporter: november, 1963. a dallas schoolteacher known as the lady in red. there she is. captured in the zapruder film standing just 21 feet from the president when the fatal shot hit. hours later she was live on the air with abc affiliate wfaa. >> he grabbed his chest and an odd look on his face and he pitched forward on to her lap. >> reporter: even though the official version found only three gunshots fired, from then until the day she died she insisted she heard six shots. adding she saw a second gunman above the grassy knoll. hers would be the first of countless conspiracies. some 50 years later, we met her
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daughter and granddaughter on that same spot. >> she heard four to six shots. that's what she believed that day, and she said it for the rest of her life. >> reporter: this is the sixth floor of the texas school book depository. it is here the warren commission concluded that lee harvey oswald, perched with his rife, took dead aim at kenendy. 50 years later the question lingers. worldwide, 500 books have been written on conspiracies. the main one, "the soviet union of the cubans planned it. lee harvey oswald was a communist spy. >> he's been shot. >> reporter: jack ruby killed oswald to cover it up. but the theories have been discredited by federal investigations. one or more conspiracy theorists have accused 42 groups, 82 assassins and 214 people by name of being involved in the conspiracy. it is all nonsense. >> because this destroys the
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single assassin theory right there. >> reporter: that hasn't stopped street vendors from pedaling conspiracy theories in dealey plaza until today. but a because it's hard to fathom how one angry young loner could put down a president so young, wounding a nation so deeply. byron pitts, abc news, dallas. that brings us to our facebook question of the day. >> we want to know how should president john f. kennedy be remembered? log on to our facebook page wnnfans.com to let us know what you think. >> here's what is interesting. her statements were undermined by this one small detail. during interviews on television, after the assassination, hill said she saw a little white dog in the rear seat of the president's car. there was no dog in that car. therefore, everything she said before and after that took tinge of hmm, maybe she's not sure what she saw. >> yeah, it's so hard. personally, i have always rejected conspiracy theories because i think human beings can't keep secrets. they just can't.
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they can't keep an office romance. so how many people will hush this up. but the more i look at the anniversary specials i think maybe something is up here. we'll be right back, everybody. >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations. >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our
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♪ all right. 1997, their birth riveted the nation. seven babies, septuplets the first to survive infancy. strangers donated diapers, supplies, one generous person even bought them a seven-bedroom house and a van and now they are all 16 years old. we visited the mccoy family. >> hello! >> reporter: walking in to the mccoy house in carlisle, iowa, is walk into a land of
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teenagers. seven of them turned 16. the famous mccoy septuplets who made history in 1997 when they became the world's first set of septuplets to survive infancy. >> bringing more home today. >> reporter: those seven babies came home to mom, dad and big sister mikayla and settled into a life of seven times the diapers, seven times the bolts, -- bottles, seven times the birthday cake. >> 16 years has gone by fast. there have been some long moments and been just normal, typical times seven. >> reporter: there's kenny, alexis, natalie, kelsey, nathan, brandon and joel. two of them, nathan and alexis have cerebral palsy. all are spitfires, young adults who can't imagine life without one another. >> we can use each other as friends if other friends aren't available. >> if you are having a bad day or something, you can go to other siblings.
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>> if someone is picking on me at school or something, you have six other brothers and sisters to back you up. >> reporter: that's not to say the siblings always agree. you all like the same kind of music and movies? >> no. >> reporter: oh. sweet 16 is a rite of passage for any teenager, the mccoys included. they are dating now and they are driving. at 16, bona fide adulthood looms and with it the bittersweet reality of going their separate ways soon. but the mccoys tell me a full house is a happy house. >> there's so many of us that we feel like a crowd. i like that. just having so many kids in the house. >> reporter: abc news, iowa. >> man oh man. >> wow. so dad says he is happy he's never had to make the choice of being on reality tv because no one has ever asked him. >> cat's out of the bag now. he is going to get an offer. >> i have a feeling it is just the reality tv producers forgot about the mccoys but now we reminded there are seven look-alikes out there living in the same family.
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♪ there are fewer bonds stronger than those of a boy and his dog. and a series of photographs shows how amazing the bond can be. that is why it is our "favorite story of the day." >> we get the story from lillian kim from our station in san francisco. >> reporter: 1-year-old bo and 9-weak-old theo have been napping together since the puppy was brought home from the spca two weeks ago. the mom says theo initiated the whole thing.
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she says the new pet is super cuddly and needs to be with someone at all times. >> theo walks over and just plops down on top of him, as close as he can get to him. it is really sweet. >> she captured images of them and posted them on her mommy blog and instagram and vine. the photos went viral. they have since been featured on national media. international news organizations have picked up the story. >> i think part of the attraction that is drawing people to these photos is the innocence that they both exude. it's both uplifting and reassuring and it's everything that i think the world needs. >> reporter: the photos have captured the attention of literary agents, as well. jessica is now working with one, and the plan is to release a book about theo and bo sometime next winter. she says part of the proceeds will go to the spca. lillian kim, abc 7 news. >> crazy cute.
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>> by the way, she adopted theo when he was only 7 weeks old. he was the shyest of the bunch. he had been abandoned with his ten other siblings and she renamed him because the shelter named him big bird. >> yeah. theo is a better name. no respect in that name -- no offense to big bird. >> each day theo meets at naptime right when the baby is going down to sleep and the dog patiently waits for him to fall asleep and by that time he is allowed on the bed. i want to nap, too. >> what's great is these are the pictures you can re-create if you are at home and you have a baby and puppy and they both love each other. some of these pictures mom put on their blogs are so elaborate. of their baby sleeping . they put them in a fantasy worlds. this one's so much easier. put the baby's favorite pet next to them. >> doesn't get much better than that. >> remember to follow us on facebook at wnnfans.com. more coming up. than that. >> remember to follow us on facebook at wnnfans.com. more news coming up.
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