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big parties and all this. >> yes, my friend threw a breaking bad finale party and he cooked a bunch of breaking bad themed foods. >> oh, good. >> and we even-- >> i was going, "whoa, what's--" i was going to go, "dee, you know, we're on tv right now." >> we actually cooked some rock candy. >> eh--uh-- oh, so, but it was all like, themed and, you know... >> yeah, yeah, we-- >> foods and stuff like that and it was crazy, right? >> yes, we made some, uh, blue rock candy. >> nice. did you, like, do it in, like, an old, like, r.v., like, drive it out, going like this. >> oh, i wish. that would be amazing. >> everybody in your underwear with masks on and stuff. oh, what a great time. >> tighty-whities. >> you could have invited me. yeah, like, the tighty-whities on; that would have been fun. [laughs] all right, well, good. we gonna get your spirits lifted up right now. >> i sure hope so. >> let's get it-- let's get it going. let's see all the money we have for you in round 1. let's look. all that money's available. so what i'm gonna do is have dennis shuffle it up so we just have no idea where it is.
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money's gonna be scrambled. this is gonna be all the categories to all of your questions. once again, "d," do your thing. everything is all randomized. are you ready to play, dee? >> i'm ready, cedric. >> audience, are you ready? [cheers and applause] let's play millionaire. [dramatic musical flourish] ♪ yeah. while "badonkadonk" is commonly used to refer to a woman's curvaceous assets, someone on the smaller end is said to have a what? >> um, okay, let's see. um, i might be one of those people. so i'm gonna-- i feel like-- i'm leaning towards badinkadink. um... >> no one's ever said that to you before, have they? >> no. >> no.
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>> um... >> it would be rude. >> [laughs] i'm gonna go for it. "b," badinkadink, final answer. >> a badonkadonk is more curvaceous, and less curvaceous would be, yes, "b." a badinkadink, you got it right. let's give dee some money. let's go, man. $5,000 right there. nice start. nice start to a good day. let's keep going. this is your next question. though it's unclear if they taste the same, "duff" can refer to both homer simpson's favorite beer and which of these natural substances? >> okay. i think i have absolutely no idea.
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so... "unclear if they taste"-- taste. taste. same taste--i feel like i should be leaning towards algae. um... you know what? to be on the safe side, i'm going to jump the question. >> all right. you decided to jump this question. weren't really sure. you were kind of leaning towards "d," maybe, if you would have had to guess. >> mm-hmm. >> marine algae. it's now out of play. let's see what the correct answer is. ah, decaying forest matter. >> okay. >> so it's a good thing you jumped over it. hopefully it's small bucks. what did she jump? $10,000, though. i know, but you're still alive, because you would have had the wrong answer, you know? >> absolutely. >> this is a good thing. then, all right, here we go. still big money on the board. here you go. this is your next question. "start your engines." pleasing dads the world over, honda claims its new what
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can hit speeds over 130 miles per hour? >> pontoon boat, no. i don't think it's-- i don't think honda makes remote-control airplanes. i feel like it's a power scooter, but that seems-- okay, it's definitely not a lawn mower. a lawn mower can't go 130 miles per hour. um... maybe it's a pontoon boat. i really hate to do this. i'm going to have to jump this one too. >> you're gonna jump it? >> yes. >> so you did jump it. not really sure; doesn't-- none of them popped out to you. >> nope. >> let's see what the correct answer is. it's out of play now. was a riding lawn mower. interesting. >> 135 miles-- >> yeah, yeah, yeah. you can cut grass and be in for the game in a matter of seconds. "harold, did you cut the grass?"
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[imitates engine revving] "done, honey." oh, man, yeah, i didn't know that. 130 miles an hour riding a lawn mower. where is the grass going? that is, like, shh-shh-shh. >> yeah, seriously. no idea. >> all right. you jumped over it. hopefully it's small bucks. what did she jump? $500. it's okay. >> that's all right. >> it's all right. you're still alive. you got one lifeline left. here we go. this is your next question. when he visited the white house in 1941 to discuss war strategy with f.d.r., what dignitary's eccentricities included lounging nude in the rose room? >> [exhales sharply] yeah, history is not my strong suit.
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i guess i'm left with no choice but--hold on a second. [exhales sharply] i feel like i had heard this before, but i cannot come up with the person's name. i guess i'll ask the audience. >> all right. gonna use your last lifeline. audience, dee needs your help right now. so go to those keypads and vote. little assis [p [percussive music] ♪ all right. the vote is in. let's see what the audience had to say. 57% went with winston churchill, "b." >> mm-hmm. >> what do you think about that? >> yeah, i think that's what i was leaning toward. okay. let's do it. "b," winston churchill, final answer. >> decided to roll with the audience. and they had your back. you got it right. it's on. winston churchill, correct answer. >> thank you very much. >> what's it worth? let's cash out.
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$7,000 right there. not bad. $12,000 in the bank. dee's doing her thing. and a little more millionaire right after these messages. yeah. that's the way i look at life. looking for something better. especially now that i live with a higher risk of stroke due to afib, a type of irregular heartbeat, not caused by a heart valve problem. i was taking warfarin, but wondered if i kept digging, could i come up with something better. my doctor told me about eliquis... for three important reasons. one, in a clinical trial, eliquis was proven to reduce the risk of stroke better than warfarin. two, eliquis had less major bleeding than warfarin.
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[dramatic music] ♪ >> welcome back to millionaire. i got dee kanay from new york city right here. $12,000 banked up. had to use all of your lifelines. but you're doing-- you're still in it. you ready to play? >> i'm ready.
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>> all right, well, let's play! [dramatic musical flourish] after jeremy piven quit a broadway play due to mercury poisoning, playwright david mamet joked that the actor left "to pursue a career as a" what? >> uh, that would be thermometer, "d," final answer. >> you got it right. there you go, dee. thermometer's the final answer. more money for dee! $2,000 now to put in the bank. there you go. $14,000. 5 questions away from being out of round 1. here we go. this is your next question. "signature lyrics." "shamone," "hee hee" and "hooooo" are all trademark sounds made by which singer? think about it. think about it.
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>> [laughs] the one, the only michael jackson. "b," final answer. >> you got it right! [cheers and applause] >> [chuckles] >> it's all trade-- >> got to tip the hat too. >> it's all trademarked. you can't say anything, but-- >> [chuckles] [cheers and applause] >> all right. you did it. i like it. she's got it right. what's the money look like? $100 added to the bank. all positive. $14,100. here we go, dee, this is your next question. "rock on." instead of a rocking horse, ikea's ekorre line offers kids a rideable rocking what?
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>> i do not know swedish, unfortunately. and i haven't been to ikea in a while, so... [sighs] it's not a salmon. can't be salmon. um... >> would be cool, though. >> it would be, yeah. >> because it would go upstream. [laughter] >> oh... >> instead of a rocking horse. >> to me, moose would make the most sense. um... but then again, it could be-- it could be a frog. [sighs] i really-- i want to guess, but i can't. i think i'm gonna walk. final answer? final answer. all right, you decided to walk away.
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you were kind of leaning towards "c," and if you would have went for it, you would have got it right. it was "c," moose. that's all right. >> i had fun playing. >> you had a great time, you did great. you're walking out of here with $7,050 in the bank. great player. little more millionaire right after this, yeah. (yawn) (ding!) toaster strudel! more fruit in the filling, ya? mmm! ya! warm, flaky, gooey, toaster strudel!
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now, with more fruit! don't wait for awesome... totino's pizza rolls... ...gets you there in just 60 seconds. ♪ >> welcome back to millionaire. we are here now with kevin bub from voorheesville, new york. show some love. what up, man? [cheers and applause] what's up, kev? >> not much. how are you, cedric? >> all right, i'm good. you know, we got a connection. what a lot of people don't know about us, kev, is that we have lunch every day. >> we do. at work, i time my breaks all around millionaire just to make
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sure that i can see you. and, like, i've got co-workers, and we all watch it together, and they are gonna be so insanely jealous that i get to be on with you. >> that's nice, man. i mean, what do we have for lunch every day? what do we eat? >> i don't-- mac and cheese. >> nice. >> [laughs] >> nice. good--good lunch partner. i like it. all right, man, well, this is exciting. what we're gonna do, man, is we randomized all of the money and the questions for you already so we can get going. >> awesome. >> you want to play? >> oh, i do. i'm excited. >> kevin, let's do it, man. let's play. here we go! [dramatic musical flourish] ♪ invented by bar rescue host jon taffer, a railing with a tight opening designed so that people bump up against each other as they squeeze through is called a what? >> wow, uh... >> uh-huh. >> this is a little-- this is a bit tough
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for a first question. >> and it's lunch time. could you imagine? >> yeah. >> [chuckles] >> uh, see, i don't know much about, like, jon taffer or anything. so, like, i'm reading through the different choices here. it's like a couple of them could make sense, i-- like, i don't think it's gonna be something like butt funnel. >> no. i know i was up late one night and ordered one of those for sure. >> [laughs] [laughter] uh, seriously-- yeah, to be safe, i'm gonna have to jump it. i have no idea. all right, you want-- yeah, you want to jump over it. but just go, like, if you'd guessed. >> if i had to guess, like, touch and talk sort of makes sense. >> maybe so. all right, you jumped over it, kevin. it's now out of play. let's see what the correct answer is. it was a butt funnel. >> [laughs] >> what? >> whoa, wha-- >> [chuckles] >> i'm glad--
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>> you choked on butt funnel. wow. >> yes, i did. >> maybe i didn't order that. i don't know. >> [laughing] >> all right, you jumped over it. this was your first question. let's see what it was. hopefully it's small bucks. what did he jump? $1,000. not too bad. not too bad. still in it. still got two lifelines. here we go, kevin. this is your next question. "workplace waste." in an office, people are often labeled "tree killers" for overusing what device? >> this is a little bit easier. it's "d," printer, final answer. >> you got it right, sir. that's right. the printer is the final answer. let's start stacking up some dough for kevin. here we go! >> yeah! >> $15,000, baby. nice. nice. $15,000. great start. this is your next question.
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"tricky nature." despite its sweet-sounding name, what notoriously mean animal was named "the world's most fearless" by the guinness book of world records? >> see, i want to make sure-- i'm just gonna read it over just to make sure, but i'm pretty sure that i know the answer to this question. i'm pretty sure that it had to do with a funny online video that was out there. uh, let's see. "the notoriously mean animal was named 'the world's most fearless.'" pretty sure that's gonna be r.e honey badger. >> crossing your fingers. >> i am. >> you know what, kevin? honey badger don't play that. you know that's right. correct! >> yeah! >> honey badger don't play! you got it right.
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more money for kev in the bank. what we got? $2,000 right there. there it is. with $17,000, kevin's doing his thing on the way to $1 million. and he's enjoying his lunch right now. both of us together. we'll be right back, yeah. it's too early for christmas. so, just to be clear, this is not a christmas commercial. however, let's say you have an event in late december that you need a lot of gifts for. like maybe your entire family is having a birthday on the same day, now's the time to go to kmart and put those gifts on layaway. and then pick them up just in time for the big non-christmas celebration. kmart no money down layaway. merry birthday everyone.
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>> here is your question of the day: stay tuned for the answer.
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>> the answer to that question was the game is up. welcome back to millionaire. got kevin bub from voorheesville, new york. $17,000, sir. you had to use one lifeline, so you've still got two available to you. doing great. ready to play? >> i am ready. >> let's play! here we go. [dramatic musical flourish] ♪ his paintings noted for their penetrating psychological intensity, lucian freud bears what relation to sigmund freud? >> wow, there's nothing in this question that's helping me at all, and i don't really know anything about lucian freud. i'm gonna have to jump this one too. >> well, all right. you're gonna jump it. >> yep. >> all right. nothing really popped out. >> no. >> all right, you decided to jump over it.
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let's see what the correct answer is. it was his grandson. >> yep. >> yeah, all right. yeah, didn't pop out before, though. >> yeah, nothing. no help there. >> all right, jumped over it. hopefully it's small bucks. what did he jump? $100, so not a very-- not a bad play there, kevin. not a bad play. still a lot of big money on the board available for you, and you've still got one lifeline, sir. >> yep. >> here we go. this is your next question. "no, they didn't." after serving nasa for 50 years, what city had a right to feel snubbed when all four retired space shuttles were given to other municipalities in 2012? >> well, i think that there might be a problem, because i think it's houston. so i think that they, uh-- i don't know. >> this--i like it. i like it. that's the lunches we been doing together. you been picking up some timing. i like it.
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>> so "b," houston, final answer. >> you got it right, kevin. that's correct. houston, we had a little problem. what's the money look like? $7,000 more dollars, sir. nice. $24,000-- [horn blares] kev, that noise means we're out but that's all right but that's all right, 'cause you get to come back again and keep playing. until then, we'll see you guys on millionaire. watch your wallet, yep! closed captioning sponsored by: applebee's lunch combos now include the new thai shrimp salad,y shrimp, juicy shrimp, and sliced almonds. all tossed with a chili lime vinaigrette. better lunch choices never tasted so good. under 600 calorie lunch combos starting at just $6.99 only at applebee's. or they'll be ready for pick-up when you order online. with odor free aspercreme.s or back pain maximum strength medicine relieves pain fast, with no odor, so all you notice is relief. aspercreme.
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churning in the pacific this morning off the northwest coast of mexico. norbert expected to stay offshore as it roars up the baja peninsula. schools and beaches have been should down in los cabos. coastal areas are bracing for up to 15 inches of rain, flooding and rough surf. now here's a look at the nation's weather. severe storms continue to rip through parts of the midwest as that storm system again moves from the southwest up into the great lakes. look for downpours and flash flooding. showers will blanket the southeast. >> cooler air, pushing down from canada brings mild 60s and 70s
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to the upper half of the nation. 80s and 90s in the plains. and south along both coasts. the forecast calls for temperatures in the 90s today in tulsa, oklahoma. perfect weather for some yard work. thankfully at a county jail that yard work is going to be done by some goats. they have been booked into the jail so they can help clear out its overgrown yards. the vegetation is six feet tall. >> the goats were the idea of one of the officers at the jail. he says they will make quick work of grass and bushes and then they will be released for good behavior, of course. and the goats their names are scoopy and scrappy. the inmates, they're not going to be allowed into the a tree yum where the goats will be. just have to look through the window to take a look at them. in some states if you have a goat in your yard you get a tax break. >> is that the noise you make at this time of morning? >> the goat sound?
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>> no. that's all in your head. there was no goa sound. >> did you hear a goat sound? >> coming up in "the skinny" -- celebrity baby boom, what tom hanks, lily tomlin and sting have in common. >> can't wait to find out. first, a kayaking adventure takes a dangerous turn, a great white shark shows up. sounds like a scene from the movie "jaws." we'll tell you about it. you are watching "world news now." ♪ >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by pampers. now." "world news now" weather brought to you by pampers. you are loved. you are loved a lot. and in so many ways. and when you're wrapped in the comfort of pampers swaddlers with blanket-like softness and up to 12 hours of protection, all you feel is love.
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♪ >> oh, my goodness. >> a little frightening to me. it seems very close. just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water, this time it's not for swimming but kayaking. >> two young women able to escape a great white after the shark took a bite out of their kayak. with the dramatic call for help, here's abc's ron claiborne. >> reporter: picture perfect late summer evening, ida parker and kristin orr, in their kayaks off the coast of massachusetts when the great white attacked. the women actually in the water when they called 911. >> help! help! i was on the boat. we're stuck in the water. there is a shark. >> okay, ma'am, the harbor master is on the way there now. where are you now? >> how long are they going to be? >> are you in the kayak, ma'am?
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>> yes, but he knocked me out. >> reporter: the operator telling them to hang on. help is on the way. >> we're fine. but we are really scared. >> it was a seal. >> no, no. there's something in the water. >> okay. >> it was a [ bleep ] great white. what if he comes back? >> reporter: luckily the shark did not come back and the pair made it to shore unharmed. but look at the giant teeth marks in the kayaks and this giant hole in a paddle. back on dry land the two recalling that terror. >> we didn't know where it had come from. didn't see a fin. didn't see anything. we had no idea if it was going to come back. >> i am screaming for help. just anybody, help. >> reporter: after their close encounter, ida and kristin not eager to get back in the water. >> i don't think i'll ever kayak again. >> reporter: never? >> i might. >> reporter: ron claiborne, abc news. new york. >> i don't blame her. >> terrifying. you can still go out in the water. humans are 45,000 times more likely to be killed in a car accident than by a shark.
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the waters are safe. >> they're extremely dangerous. the fact that conversation efforts have helped increase, a pretty good thing. they say if they're longer than six feet, they can attack a human. i say, if you see a shark, run. >> get out of there. exactly. >> don't bother measuring it. well, coming up, bruce springsteen's next act. something he has never done before. late night comics pay tribute to funny lady joan rivers. next in "the skinny." >> announcer: "world news now"
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♪ skinny so skinny ♪ time for "the skinny" this morning. celebrities paying tribute to joan rivers. she was a standout late night comedienne. now her successors are remembering her legacy. jimmy kimmel played a clip from her last night on his show. >> what does your grandson want to do when he grows up? does he know yet? >> right now he is 10. he wants to be a football player. but, you know, stupid. >> what do you want him to be? >> gay. >> you want him to be gay? >> i want him to be gay. i want him to be gay. who else is going to give a damn that i knew judy garland? >> david letterman on his show last night praised her work ethic and her guts. >> she was harder on herself than anybody, really. she would tell these god awful jokes about herself.
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so she felt like, look, if i am going to tell them about myself. then there are some other people out there that, grow up, these are just jokes, ladies and gentlemen. >> that's true. a lot of self-deprecating humor. jimmy fallon welcomed rivers back to nbc's "the tonight show" 26 years after her fallout with johnny carson. >> it's unbelievable when you see how much her work ethic and everything that went into it. a file cabinet full of jokes. that she would have, like a file cabinet full of jokes. like one, i saw, the whole stack of cards about tony danza. i go, why -- why would you need that? i don't know, why would you have that? >> i never thought about to have a file cabinet full of jokes. tony danza. >> got to have it. >> the kennedy center is recognizing five performers for their lifetime contributions to american culture. this year's honorees are the beloved every maniac tore and film maker, tom hanks. >> comedienne lily tomlin honored, created ditzy telephone
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operator earnestine and co-starred in the movie "nine to five" >> sting, whose songwriting, conquered this continent. >> and the reverend al greene, everyone knows his version of "let's stay together." >> going to sing it for us? >> no. >> and patricia mcbride who danced with the new york city ballet for 30 years. the president and first lady will toast all of them at a gala performance in december. >> looking forward to it. the president, of course, sang one of his songs. >> did he? >> yes. >> caught on tape? >> look forward to seeing that. >> bruce springsteen, mega rock star, now starring on the small screen too. the boss will make his tv acting debut alongside e-street band made steven van zandt in the tv series of lillehammer, a regular on "sopranos." >> in "lillehammer" van zandt
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stars as a gangster in witness protection. and bruce will have a role as the an owner. we hear, tony ciraco will have a regular role in "lillehammer" playing a priest. >> can't wait. fun to watch. couple celebrity milestones to note this morning. actress scarlett johansson welcoming her first baby, rose dorothy. her spokesman says mom and daughter are doing well. that scarlett and her fiancee, former french journal it's, want to keep the baby out of the public eye. can't blame them for that. >> little scar-jo. actress alyssa milano, star of "mistresses" is welcoming isabella dillon, they have a son, milo, who is 3. congratulations to all. >> that was milo. and elizabeth, beautiful name, elizabeth dylan. >> and milo. thank you. >> good names. well, while we are at it, how about some birthdays, celebrity birthdays? >> let's see who's celebrating their big day. >> the comedian icon, bob newhart, 85. >> actress and seemingly ageless
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♪ so good so right well, summer is unofficially over, we still have the weekend. on this friday, it's easy to forget about some of the news from this very busy week. >> let's take a look at all the big stories that made this first week of september one to remember. it is our "friday rewind." >> can we talk? let me tell you something. can we talk? can we talk? >> good, you're 30 years old, you're not married. you are an old maid. a man, 90 years old, not married. he's a catch. it's whole different thing. >> this is a vicious, vicious movement. it has to be confronted. >> these groups, they don't need any excuse. they will attack us whenever they can. i believe strongly isis does plan on attacking the united states. >> we will follow them to the gates of hell! until they are brought to
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justice. because hell is where they will reside. hell is where they will reside. >> what's ironic about isis is they're winning hearts and minds. unfortunately, these horrible beheading videos are recruiting films for them. >> we asked president putin to use his influence and ability to colorful turn a phrase to actually get the russian-backed separatists to de-escalate the conflict. >> i remember getting up out of the bed. and david wanting to put his arms around me and give me a really great hug. and i just pushed him away, not wanting him to get sick. >> even if you have deleted photos from your phone, oftentimes they've already been uploaded into the cloud. they continue to exist. >> right now if you are michael sam, all you have to do is show
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you have passion for football, willing to be coached. >> i'm a highly educated man. i have a masters degree. i'm no dumbo. >> our look back at the week doesn't end there. >> just logon to the facebook page, wnnfans.com. check out in case you missed it. >> see our unusual offbeat and behind the scenes moments from "world news now" this past week. >> big announcement from apple next week. we expect it might be the iphone 6. if they change the charger i am going to scream. >> they always change the charger. prepare for it. >> different charger. >> i want to know if serena williams will bring it home next week, u.s. open champion. >> we'll be watching. and a lot of football this weekend. >> absolutely. don't miss our updates on facebook at wnnfans.com. coming up, more news from abc. >> announcer: this is abc's "world news now" -- informing insomniacs for two decades. ing insomniacs for two decades.
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good morning, i'm reena ninan. >> i'm that mahman bradley. null here are some of the top v headlines we're following this morning on "world news now." the reigning queen of caustic comedy has died. joan rivers had been hospitalized since going into cardiac arrest last week during a medical procedure. an investigation is under way into exact plea what went wrong. stay tuned for our tributes. oil giant bp could be fined $1 billion for the disaster four years ago. the federal judge found the company grossly negligent lent and showed, quote, a conscious
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disregard of no risks. a third american health care worker with ebola is on his way to a nebraska hospital today. a spokesman for his charity says a wide range of treatment options here in the u.s. a venomous white cobra that had a suburban california neighborhood on edge has been captured. wildlife officers found it under a woodpile, caught it and took it to an animal shelter. what's unclear where the snake came from. it's friday, september 5th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." happy friday, everyone. let's get right to it. starting with joan rivers. we begin this half hour with the loss of a comedic legend. >> barely a week after undergoing cardiac arrest during a routine medical procedure, joan rivers died at age 81. >> the fact that she was such a healthy and active 81 years old is fueling new questions and a new york state health department investigation. abc's juju chang has the latest. >> "the tonight show" is like a pair of panties that is shared by christina hendricks and lindsay lohan. >> reporter: it's hard to believe this was joan rivers on tv just days ago.
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so full of life. so full of jokes. >> amber's outfit is almost as tacky as amber's seat was when she got up at the end of the show. >> reporter: still making people laugh. the iconic, groundbreaking and often controversial comic who managed to remain relevant for a half century, died less than a week after being rushed by an ambulance to mt. sinai hospital in new york city. she suffered cardiac arrest during throat surgery at an outpatient clinic and never regained consciousness. daughter melissa broke the news of her mother's passing to the world in a heartfelt statement. my mother's greatest joy in life was to make people laugh. although that is difficult to do right now. she was nowhere near done. for decades she entertained us. >> can we talk? >> reporter: with that signature line. >> can we talk? can we talk? >> reporter: a woman who spent literally a lifetime performing from her start in stand-up.
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>> 30 years old you're not married, you're an old maid. a man, 90 years old. he's not married. he's a catch. >> reporter: to drawing blood on the red carpet as "the fashion police." >> a communion dress for -- >> welcome joan rivers. >> reporter: this performance on "the tonight show" in 1965, rivers got her first big break. years later she thanked johnny carson for putting her in the spotlight. >> "the tonight show" starring joan rivers! >> reporter: but the success was to drive a wedge between them. >> as soon as i got the fox show, johnny, i got it. he hung up on me. never, never spoke to me again. >> joan rivers! >> reporter: her show was canceled after just seven months. but carson would ban her for life from his show for daring to compete with him. always eager to laugh through her pain. it didn't stop her from doing what she loved most. >> somebody told me every laugh is like a small vacation for someone.
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>> reporter: a fitting mission statement from a woman who led a truly extraordinary american life. >> abc's juju chang. stay with abc news as remembrances for joan rivers comes in. we'll hear more from up and coming comics in hollywood who call rivers a trailblazers. their emotional tributes coming up later this half hour. we're following major developments this morning in ukraine where the president there is optimistic about a possible truce and peace deal with russia. as fighting continues he is hoping to declare a truce with pro-russian rebels if a deal is signed today at a meeting in belarus. meanwhile, at nato summit in wales, president obama and european leaders set a new round of sanctions aimed at punishing russia for intervening in ukraine. a custody battle, the reason some travelers are arriving in beijing seven hours behind schedule. the fbi ordered a united jet to return to washington. when it did, agents arrested a
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mother for allegedly kidnapping her child the child was returned to her father. the flight resumed. the mother will be in court later today. and an update the woman who drove her mini van and her three children into the ocean in florida back in march. ebony wilkerson's lawyer filed a motion claiming she was severely disoriented at the time her blood sugar was low. medics measured it 44. normal is 77 to 100. she faces three counts of attempted murder. a father in suburban atlanta facing serious charges after the death of his son left in a hot car. the toddler was left behind for hours. steve osunsami reports on the heartbreak and legal drama. >> reporter: prosecutors here don't buy for a second what happened in the silver suv was an accident. convincing a grand jury to charge this georgia father with three murder charges and other offenses for leaving his son in his steaming vehicle on june 18th. 33-year-old justin ross harris could be fighting for his life. prosecutors tell me they will decide soon if they will try for the death penalty. >> i anticipate it being probably in the next two to
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three week time period. >> reporter: police say harris left his son, 22-month-old cooper harris, in the suv outside his office for several hours while he was inside sending lewd pictures to women who were not his wife. one just 17 years old. police say he knew a hot car could kill. after watching these safety videos just days before his son died. >> if you see a child left alone in a vehicle, please call 911. >> reporter: outside the courthouse, harris' lawyers kept stressing that the young father is not guilty and that he simply forgot to drop his son off at day care. >> he's doing terrible. he's lost his son, his livelihood, his freedom. >> reporter: at a bond hearing in july, witnesses who saw harris pull into this parking lot in a panic on the way home from work say he looked truly devastated. >> i heard the desperate cries of a father who had just lost his son. >> reporter: no charges announced against harris' wife. she has maintained she and her husband are innocent and
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they suffered a terrible loss. steve osunsami, abc news. marietta, georgia. human error is being blamed for the flash fire that injured more than a dozen people at reno's discovery museum. firefighters say flame erupted wednesday when an employee mixed chemicals in the wrong order trying to simulate a tornado. children panicked and scrambled out of the way. eight kids were treated for minor burns and smoke inhalation. all released from the hospital. now to the verdict in the trial of former virginia 25!iw governor bob mcdonnell and his wife, both convicted of multiple counts of corruption. a couple who once had their eyes on the white house now facing decades behind bars. here's abc's jeff zeleny. >> reporter: they had dreams of being president and first lady. but they're convicted felons. former virginia governor bob mcdonnell and his wife maureen found guilty of trading their power and prestige for luxury gift and cash. accused of giving the owner of a diet supplement company special
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access to government in exchange for rides in a ferrari, a rolex watch, a fifth avenue shopping spree and tens of thousands of dollars in cash. the mcdonnells once sold themselves as the ideal political couple. he carried her over the threshold of the governor's mansion. in court he painted a stark picture of a broken marriage that left him spiritually and mentally exhausted. so bad, he said, they were barely speaking and, therefore, could not have conspired to accept favors. walking into court, mcdonnell smiled. >> i'm sure they will do the right thing. >> reporter: when the verdict was read, he sobbed. the couple faces decades in prison. jeff zeleny, abc news. an active volcano has triggered a state of emergency on the big island of hawaii. the hawaiian volcano observatory says the volcano advancing nearly 1,000 feet a day since july 10th. threatening a rural community less than a mile away. mandatory evacuations have been ordered yet the volcano has been continuously erupting since
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1983. a look at today's weather. stubborn band of severe weather covering the southwest to the great lakes. heavy rains in the areas could trigger flash flooding and more rain for the southeast. >> much of the upper half of the nation is cooling down into the 60s and 70s. while much of the midwest, south and both coasts still sweat into the 80s and 90s. apple is going to make it harder to hack into your icloud account. the ceo tim cook says intruders got into celebrity accounts by guessing security questions. apple adding warnings when some one tries to restore data to the icloud. cook admits his company could have done more to protect accounts. >> if your kids ran up a bill for their android phones, you may be getting a refund from google. the company will refund $19 million for unauthorized purchases made by children. google is also promising to make sure children have permission. the ftc says there is no indication google tried to lure children into spending mom and
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dad's money. >> but when it comes to mom and dad, coffee, that's another matter. scientists have figured a way to give more kick to your morning cup of joe. an international team of researchers announced it cracked coffee's genetic code. they now say they have the keys to genetically modifying coffee making it better able to endure drought, disease and pests, as well as boosting the flavor and the caffeine. that's just great. >> i don't -- >> always looking for stronger coffee. >> i don't think it's great. sometimes modifying the foods can lead to organ damage, advanced aging, infertility. i hate when they mess with food and coffee. >> it is going to the actual genome, what makes it what it is. just going to enhance it. wouldn't it be great? >> i get it. just get yourself a better coffee creamer. there's lots of flavors out there, including kaluha and
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irish cream. >> well, moving on to what was opening night for the nfl. the packers went to seattle to take on the seahawks before the game. the nfl champs unveiled their super bowl banner. then played like champions. taking a 10-7 lead in the second quarter with the score tied lynch ran in his first two touchdowns. and seattle's defense is typically, sacking aaron rodgers, three times. and picking off one pass. the seahawks open defense of their little, their title with an impressive 36-16 victory. >> all righty. good start there. the world's best golfers, they are playing in colorado this weekend. and they're going to make some great shots, but none like this. >> it's the newest video from the folks at gopro. a couple of brothers, george and we willy brian, their incredible shots caught by cameras mounted
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on their head. >> the video speaks for itself. their hand-eye coordination is amazing. makes tricky shots like that possible. a difficult game. the guys make shots like that look easy. making it look like a individually game. >> the gopro people know how to figure it out, don't they? >> yeah. >> all about the different angles. >> do you play? >> i play, but i wouldn't say very good. my husband never wants to play with me because i am an embarrassment. >> goes out with the boys. i got you. >> can't blame him. coming up from "insomniac theater," surprising comments from movie critics but two very different films being released today. ahead, the bitter sweet night at hollywood's famous laugh factory. the comics there they were remembering their role model. first, an epic battle over billions of dollars over what could be the nastiest divorce battle in years. the rich couple and their bitter breakup. you are watching "world news now." ♪ i've got to run away ♪ i've got to get away ♪
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summer claiming irreconcilable differences. mrs. griffin asking a judge to throw out their prenuptial agreement saying tuesday she signed it under duress. >> this could be one of the biggest divorces we have ever seen. >> reporter: in legal filings, ann griffin, once a successful money manager herself, says the prenup would leave her with just 1% of her husband's net worth, which could be estimated at over $5 billion. >> how big a deal is ken griffin? >> ken grich is as big a deal as they come. he's the guy in the financial industry they want to be and also the guy they fear. >> reporter: the couple who has three children were married in 2003 in a lavish ceremony held at palace of versailles in france. mrs. griffin alleging that in the days before they walked down the aisle, the couple argued intensely about their prenup. she claims her soon-to-be husband became violent, asking her to go to a psychologist, who she says convinced her to sign it. something she says she did just
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three hours before their rehearsal dinner. mrs. griffin also saying her husband failed to disclose he had a previous professional relationship with the psychologist. lawyers for ken griffin telling abc news, ann griffin's allegations are salacious and simply untrue. now, a judge will decide how this fortune unfolds. linzie janis, abc news, new york. >> that's a mess. >> it is. i want to know, no one is discussing, how do you make $5 billion in hedge funds? and can you learn to do it over a summer? >> i've got to find out. >> apparently, it is pretty serious stuff. she wants to move the kids from chicago to new york. they say when you have a prenup, both sides should have their own attorneys. i didn't realize is the case. >> you do it in advance. coming up, the one-of-a-kind talent we lost yet. joan rivers remembered by the comics she inspired and befriended. >> their reactions this morning to her passing next on "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now"
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♪ as we mourn the loss of joan rivers this morning, we remember her rise as a stand-up comic. one of her true loves. being on stage, performing right up into her unexpected death. >> she especially paved the way for women in comedy. kabc's reporter reports that the
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jokes turned to tears at hollywood's laugh factory. >> reporter: the passing of joan rivers is another tough blow to the world of comedy. after robin williams passed a little more than three weeks ago, another legend is lost in joan rivers. >> she was the best. she was the best. god bless her. may god laugh now. >> reporter: jamie opened the laugh factory in hollywood back in 1979 when it was still fairly rare for a woman to get up on stage. >> i've got to tell you that joan rivers, she was one of the female comics. she paved the road for so many, so many wonderful, wonderful female comics. >> reporter: those we spoke with couldn't agree more. >> had it not been for joan rivers, i would not be here. joan rivers set the way for all female comediennes. >> she was awesome and so nurturing. and i feel like i lost a friend. i mean, it's just -- it's not easy >> reporter: in a strange bit of coincidence, on the laugh factory collage facing sunset
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boulevard, there is joan rivers, right above robin williams. a double dose of sadness from two who made us laugh so much. >> she always extended her hand of friendship to me. i am deeply grateful and saddened of her passing. with her and robin and, you know, all these people we have lost this year. god must be putting on a hell of a show. >> hell of a show indeed. always. some more of her jokes this morning. that she talked about queen elizabeth ii, saying gowns by helen keller. collateral charlton heston. told us he has alzheimers. surprise, he has been wearing his wig sideways for 19 years. don't atell la versace, something she would wear >> viewers on facebook at wnnfans.com. sandy saying, sure it is opening night in heaven with robin williams warming up the audience. bill, i like how she never bit
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her tongue and spoke her mind. i appreciate her brutal honesty >> keep the comments coming, everyone. i appreciate her brutal honesty. >> keep the comments coming, everyone.
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'cause ez he ain't here. he ain't the one singing your love songs tonight. >> miss, just a cup of joe with the boy, what would it hurt? >> well, the reviews definitely hurt. this one seems to sum it all up. dreadful. this elvis impersonator can't leave the building soon enough. >> this review -- jordan hoffman of "the guardian" says, a movie so bad you'll want to watch it with all your friends. there's a real possibility we'll have midnight screenings of this picture for years to come. >> oh, boy. turning to romantic comedy, jason bateman, an aimless son from a prominent new york family. in a moment of crisis, he's forced to move in with his best friend and finds himself stealing his girlfriend. the film seems to be going for the woody allen style of wit. with some wes andersen thrown in. take a look. >> how am i supposed to care about a group of overprivileged affluent type who go
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gallivanting around without any sort of moral compass? >> i am very sensitive to an audience's reaction. i couldn't get into it. >> well, the critics couldn't get into it either, it seems, as romantic comedy or late life coming of age material. the film's arc falls short. of transformative experiences typical of these genres. and "the longest week" is a little more than a series of insip id conversations between bored art accurates who snark at each other in monotone. i don't know. i would see it. i kind of like that genre. >> sound like a netflix weekend. staying home. >> always a good netflix weekend. i don't know. >> doesn't work for me. watch some football. >> okay. it is football season. that's my sunday. that's the news for this half hour. >> remember to follow us on facebook, at wnnfans.com. ♪ ♪
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>>is m this morning on "world news now" -- laugh legend. the world says good-bye to joan rivers. why her death one week after a complication in a clinic is now under investigation. comic tribute. joan rivers' trailblazing career. looking for laughs through the decades when few women ventured into comedy. >> if you don't do what you want to do, you're a fool. >> turning personal tragedies into comedic triumphs right to the end. and extreme weather from fierce winds in the midwest to flash floods in the southeast to a hurricane threat in the pacific. it's friday, september 5th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." good morning, everyone. i'm tahman bradley. >> i'm reena ninan.
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i've been reading so much about joan rivers. you kind of forget how hard she worked to get to where she is. always a funny woman. one quote that struck me is, my whole career has been one big rejection after another. going back and back and pushing against everyone and everything." >> she is a very funny woman. it is a friday, but a sad friday because of the loss of joan rivers. that is where we will begin this half hour, the loss of another hollywood luminary. >> after going into cardiac arrest last week, joan rivers has died at the age of 81. for five decades she reigned as the queen of caustic comedy. rising from the ranks of nightclubs to television to international fame. >> and now there's an investigation into her death. abc's mara schiavocampo begins our coverage. >> reporter: joan rivers' only child daughter melissa broke the news of her mother's death. sharing that my mother's greatest joy in life was to make people laugh. although that is difficult to do right now, i know her final wish would be that we return to laughing soon.
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melissa rivers, seen here, returning home just hours before news the new york state department of health launched an investigation into this manhattan clinic where rivers went into cardiac arrest during a routine outpatient procedure. they're looking into the unanswered questions of just what happened. although there has been no evidence of wrongdoing, a separate autopsy will also be conducted on rivers. >> joan, right here. >> reporter: fans and friends now sharing their condolences. ellen degeneres tweeting, joan rivers will always be a pioneer. she paved the way for a lot of comediennes. i am very sad she is gone. fellow comedian, louis c.k. saying simply, i looked up to her. i learned from her. i loved her. rivers' funeral scheduled for sunday here in new york. no word on whether it will be public. but rivers had said she always wanted it to be, quote, a huge show biz affair.
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mara schiavocampo, abc news, new york. >> joan rivers' fans have been expressing their sympathy leaving flowers at her star on the hollywood walk of fame. while friends and family mourn her passing, we are reminded rivers herself thought long and hard about the coming of this day. >> when i do, and, yes, melissa, the day will come. and, yes, melissa, everything's still in your name. i've want my funeral to be a huge show biz affair with lights and cameras and action. i want kraft services, paparazzi, publicists making a scene. i want it to be hollywood all the way. don't give me some rabbi rambling on. i want meryl streep crying in five different accents. i want to look gorgeous. better dead than i do alive. i want to be buried in a valentino gown. i want harry winston to make me a toe tag.
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i want a wind machine so strong that even in the casket, my hair will be blowing more than beyonce's on stage. >> and we'll see on sunday if her wish comes true. that clip from her audio book published two years ago titled "i hate everyone starting with me." and stay with abc news as the remembrances for joan rivers come in. in just a few moments comments from rivers about her greatest disappointments and how she stayed busy until the end. that's later in this half hour. >> look forward to that. now to a developing story. a flight from washington to beijing diverted for an unusual reason. the fbi said a mother who was aboard the flight was attempting to kidnap her child and asked the pilot to turn back. it's part of a custody battle. the united jet returned to dulles five hours after it took off. the child was reunited with his father. the mother is in custody and due in court today. an american missionary infected with ebola is expected in nebraska later today. dr. rick sacra contracted the virus while serving in liberia.
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he'll be treated in omaha at the largest hospital's special isolation unit in the u.s. sacra was delivering babies. not working with ebola patients. he went to liberia after learning two other missionaries had become sick. >> he was so concerned with the children who were going to die without hospitalization. he is not someone who can stand back when there is a need that he can take care of. >> his wife says sacra is in good spirits. the ebola epidemic has killed about 1900 people. the u.s. aid agency is donating $75 million to cover care and protective suits for health care workers. bp could be fined $18 billion more for the gulf oil spill. a federal judge rejected bp's argument it was not the chief culprit in the disaster four years ago. instead, he ruled the company was grossly neglectful. bp plans to appeal. the company spent $28 million on damage claims and clean-up. parts of the plains, great
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lakes and southeast are recovering from another wave of wild weather. the violent storms menaced millions of people, unleashing hail, torrential rain and dangerous flash floods. more now from abc's ginger zee. >> reporter: severe storms shredding the northern great lakes. winds gusting up to 84 miles an hour near wadena, minnesota, left this mess. the haunting shelf clouds creeping across the horizon in green bay. hail up to golf ball sized near fargo. and way too much rain look at the streets of st. cloud wednesday. an inch falling in six minutes. the scoopable hail wounding crops and cars. and in charlotte, north carolina, wednesday, 3 to 4 inches of rain overtaking the streets and this car. >> i didn't even see the water. i just started floating. >> reporter: her 5-year-old son inside. firefighters pulling them beth to safety. and hurricane norbert will hug
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the baja california right up there. but i think potentially the biggest impact will be the moisture on the monsoon, adding up the next couple of days. through sunday you could see 2 to 3 inches. welcome rain. if it comes too fast it would be flash flooding. ginger zee, abc news, new york. >> so that suburban los angeles community on edge because a cobra was on the loose. resting easy this morning. simply because the venomous white cobra has been captured. it was found under a pile of wood yesterday after and caught by animal control officers. the snake had been on the loose, since at least monday, when it reportedly attacked a dog. meanwhile, these are what scientists are calling the remarkably well-preserved bones of a dinosaur which once weighed 65 tons. they were found in southern argentina. it's believed the long-neck dinosaur was 85 feet long. >> wow. >> 30 of the feet were his tail.
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37 his neck. the giant animal is thought to have roamed the earth some 77 million years ago. and do you know what they called it? >> no. tell me. >> they called it dreadnautus. which means fear of nothing. simply because of its size. but big guys can sometimes be big wimps. >> big man on campus. apparently he was a vegetarian. no meat. seems like you could eat anything smaller than you. but they eat leaves, grains. sort of like you. you are a vegetarian. >> i am vegetarian. i am definitely fearer of nothing. >> fearer of nothing. not as big and intimidating. >> size isn't everything. >> well, that dinosaur must have eaten a lot, just like you. speaking of eating a lot. have you heard of this dog in oregon? >> these are the x-rays of the dog. unnamed 3-year-old great dane. the x-rays show foreign objects in the dog's stomach. turns out the dog had been eating socks.
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>> that's where they are. to be exact, he had eaten 43 1/2 socks. >> what? >> they were successfully removed in a portland animal hospital. vets confirm the dog is alive. released from the hospital the day after the socks were removed. i know where all my socks are placing in the washing machine. >> but you don't have a dog. >> i don't have a dog. >> got you. >> that's true. i actually don't like dogs. i'm sure i'm going to get tweets about that. i don't. i'm allergic. >> you're allergic to dogs? >> yes. not all dogs but most of the dogs i'm around, they give me problems. >> big guys, big sizes. and wimp theory. oh, boy. >> all right. punked again by reena. coming up in "the mix," a dog dressed to scare. different dog. prank you have to see. later, a race car driver, talk show host and soap star among contestants competing in "dancing with the stars." you're watching "world news now." ♪ dancing in september ♪ on and on
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welcome back. returning to our top story. our tribute to joan rivers. although she stood only 5'2", rivers was larger than life. a towering force in comedy. >> but all the laughs she gave us came from a great deal of heartbreak. abc's david muir sat down with her a few years back where she revealed the private pain that fueled her humor. >> reporter: we will never forget joan rivers allowing us backstage down the stairs here in new york city. she would perform right up until the end. hey, joan. are we bugging you? much of america first saw joan on ed sullivan. >> here is little joan rivers. ♪ >> reporter: joan rivers emerging from behind the curtain 50 years ago. were you pregnant on ed sullivan? >> pregnant? >> soon i'll hear the pitapater of little feet. >> reporter: that was breaking ground. >> breaking ground to say pitter patter of little feet.
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>> reporter: hers was a ground breaking and some times back breaking journey. >> this is what my career has come to. sitting on a stool that's coming apart. okay. >> reporter: she invited us to her new york city apartment. photographs everywhere and us, too. >> i usually don't let people come over unless i'm sad or drunk. >> reporter: joan took us back to her first days on "the tonight show with johnny carson." >> right smack then and there changed my life. >> reporter: weren't you the first and only permanent host. >> the first permanent guest host, man, woman, child. and only. >> reporter: that gig with carson would lead to an offer to do late night comedy on the other network. >> as soon as i got the fox show, i called johnny. he hung up on me. never, never spoke to me again. >> reporter: but her show was soon over. and so was her friendship with carson. and as joan struggled publicly her husband was struggling privately. he took his life in 1987. >> he was in great pain and great anger. is really what it comes from.
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with my husband, i had both barrels. i'm still not over his suicide. i'm still furious with him. they will say, you go to heaven, you'll meet edgar. i'll kill him! >> reporter: joan a single mother was alone personally and privately and then the call. a daytime talk show in the works. up against oprah and donahue at the emmys. >> and the winner is -- i'm shaking -- joan rivers! >> two years ago i couldn't get a job in this business. i could not get a job. it's so sad that he's not here because it was my husband, edgar rosenberg, who always said, you can turn things around. >> reporter: a decade later back again on the red carpet asking and saying anything. she talked openly about her many plastic surgeries and how she explained it in the beginning. her daughter, still a baby. >> of course, my eyes are black and blue. so, i'm carrying melissa, and no one did their eyes in those days. people would say, what happened to you? i'd say, the baby punched me in the eyes. and they bought it. people were so stupid in those days.
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>> reporter: poor melissa. >> poor melissa. the kid is going -- the kid hit me in the eyes. >> reporter: it turned out, behind all of that humor, humility. >> i'm proud of nothing, my darling, i am swimming upstream. i don't know where it's gone. i don't know where it's gone. if you don't do what you want to do, you're a fool. >> reporter: david muir, abc news, new york. >> let's keep the jokes going, all right? >> okay. >> it's obviously a sad morning but she was so funny. she loved to rip people's hair and clothes. nancy reagan's hair do, bulletproof if they ever combed it they would find jimmy hoffa. a gown sandra bullock wore to the golden globe, called it prince's prom dress. tina fey's dress, a decorative toilet seat cover. >> ouch. >> she was so funny. >> everyone talks johnny carson how he gave her her first big break. but it was actually bill cosby, she said, who recommended to johnny carson, you should put joan on because the comedian the night before bombed. >> connecting all the legends.
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>> isn't it incredible? >> awesome. stay with abc. we're going to continue to remember joan rivers in the next half hour, big questions about rivers' medical care. >> check out tributes on abc news.com. next, we are changing gears, the cast of "dancing with the stars" have been revealed. which celebrities do you think can actually dance and who might be out of step? ahead in our next half hour, one woman's kayaking adventure turns to danger. her close encounter with the great white shark and the 911 call that might give you a scare. you are watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our
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♪ nothing like dancing in september. we learned which celebs will be dancing on "dancing with the
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stars." >> the premiere in less than two weeks. who has the best shot of taking the mirror ball trophy away. >> the new "dancing with the stars" cast already shaking it. >> yeah, baby, that's how you do it. >> all day, all day. all night. tommy chong of the cheech and chong fame. from "duck dynasty's" sadie robertson, lolo jones and talk show host, tavis smiley. some of this year's cast members revealed today on "gma," including nascar driver michael waltrip, admits they're a little rusty. >> stepped on both her feet and punched her once. so, the first week has been a little iffy, at best. >> reporter: others including janel parrish say they're ready. one dancer already has a signature move. >> shopping cart and the sprinkler. >> reporter: no, not youtube star, bethany mota, it's alfonso ribeiro, he made the carlton famous on
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"the fresh prince of bel air." >> not a ballroom dance. >> reporter: but it could be incorporated, could it not? >> definitely could be incorporated. >> we'll find a way. >> reporter: mma champ randy couture hoping to find a way to get through to the judges. >> when we listen to the judges, do that face so they know what to come. >> a little intimidation. >> reporter: designer betsey johnson has her game face and fashion ideas ready. what's on lea thompson's mind? what are you most nervous about? >> wardrobe malfunctions. >> reporter: that's what antonio sabato jr.'s partner jokes -- >> shirt off. pants off. hey, got to change it up. >> reporter: they set out trying to win the mirror ball trophy. >> i just want to dance. >> i don't know how they do it. 19 seasons. this seems interesting. most seem like they don't know how to dance. >> who is going to win? >> really, really interesting. >> we have to tune in. >> but we were not picked. >> oh, look at that!
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>> i'm so glad they used my real abs for this and not someone else's body. >> let's do it. someone else's body. >> let's do it. not someone else's body. >> let's do it.
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call the number on your screen now. okay, insomniacs, we are starting "the mix" with the greatest prank ever. a great prank is one that just goes far enough to the point where you give people a real scare, but they might also have a heart attack. i think that's what happens here. you've got to take a look at this. what would you do if an elevator door opened and a child sized spider eating a human being was there? >> no! >> what would you do? that's actually a spider on top of a dog. look at it. >> what? so it's a costume? >> correct. a realistic looking mutant spider costume. those people go running. absolutely frightening. >> that's hilarious. >> they open the elevator and something running out. it's terrifying. almost goes too far. it's at night so you can't
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really make out what's going on. >> that was pretty good. talk about rush hour traffic in thailand. look who turned up. you see, probably in the middle there, a real life ostrich. that arrow shows you right there. suddenly pops up running down the street on a main road in thailand. what's really odd, ostriches are native to africa. nobody knows how this showed up, where it came from, but it looks like traffic -- >> bizarre. >> interesting. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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this morning on "world news now" -- funny lady joan rivers, the loss of a legendary talent known for her biting sense of humor. her amazing life and her death now under investigation. terror alert. the u.s. identifies a mastermind spearheading frightening social media posts by isis. the scare campaign spearheaded by an american. shark scare. a kayaking adventure turns to danger, as a great white takes a bite out of a boat. the frantic calls for help. and later, career move. after decades of rocking audiences, bruce springsteen takes a new role. it's the first for the boss in "the skinny" on this friday, september 5th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now."
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good morning, i'm tahman bradley. >> i'm reena ninan. talk about joan rivers, all the buzz this evening. you kind of forget she was part of this generation of women that didn't dare dream of a career, especially in comedy. kind of crazy. she pushed through it. look at her amazing life and career. >> she was a trailblazer. she reinvented herself many times. we'll be looking back. that's where we will, of course, begin this half hour, with the death of joan rivers. >> that's right. over the course of five decades. the queen of caustic comedy rose from the ranks of stand-up, and nightclubs, and eventually making the jump to television to break the barrier of the male dominated realm of late night tv. >> that's only when her stardom started to take off. she would do so much more. abc's marci gonzalez begins our coverage. >> that dress has more creases than my face did before botox. >> reporter: nothing was off limits for joan rivers' outrageous sense of humor. >> the kid's going -- >> reporter: cracking jokes about everything. >> when i die, and yes, melissa,
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the day will come, and yes, melissa, everything still is in your name. i want my funeral to be, to be a huge show biz affair with lights and cameras and action. >> reporter: she died thursday afternoon surrounded by family at new york's mt. sinai hospital. her daughter melissa rivers releasing a statement that reads in part, my mother's greatest joy in life was to make people laugh. although that is difficult to do right now, i know her final wish would be that we return to laughing soon. just hours earlier we learned the new york state department of health is investigating this outpatient clinic where rivers went into cardiac arrest last week during a routine procedure. no evidence of wrongdoing, the medical examiner is doing a separate investigation. the emmy winning and tony nominated comedienne brought more than 50 years of entertainment to her fans. >> she was just one of a kind. and i don't think there's going to be another one like her in a long time.
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>> reporter: rivers' famous friends paying tribute on camera and online, as her family plans her funeral. still no word on all of the details but we're told the funeral will be here in new york on sunday. reena and tahman. >> marci gonzalez, thank you. as the investigation into joan rivers' death begins, let's turn to managing editor of abc news medical unit dan childs. >> dan, good morning. thank you so much for coming in. of course, there are so many rumors out there about rivers' death. what do we know for sure? >> there are few things we do know. what we do know is that joan rivers was at an outpatient clinic having some kind of procedure done. we then know the dispatch said she was undergoing cardiac arrest and taken to mt. sinai. where she was in critical condition for a while. put on life support. after that she was transferred to a private room. and after that she died. now obviously that leaves a lot of gaps in the middle. in terms of what goes in those
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gaps, well, we can only speculate. >> what do you think, what could have happened to rivers during the relatively routine procedure a week ago? >> one thing we do know is this is a clinic that specialized in endoscopy. now there are certain procedures involving endoscopy where you actually sedate the patient, and you put them under some sort of anesthesia. it could be mild. it could be more than that. but whenever a patient undergoes answer these, yeah you depress other things as well, things like heart rate and breathing. that's why we monitor patients under anesthesia. now, do we know for a fact that this had anything to do with it? we really don't. it could be that this was completely unrelated to the procedure at hand. right now there's an investigation under way. the clinic has not been accused of any wrongdoing. and we will only find out more once we hear from this investigation. >> a lot to learn. so many unanswered questions. dan childs, managing editor from the medical unit. thank you. >> thank you. >> be sure to stay with abc news as more tributes to joan rivers come in. colleagues are remembering this icon later this half hour. now to the search for those
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responsible for the execution-style murders of american journalists. u.s. officials say they have identified the mastermind behind the social media campaign waged by isis. now there is a hunt to capture him. here's abc's brian ross. ♪ >> reporter: for a group that seeks a return to the seventh century, isis has become a master of 21st century internet propaganda. the hunt is on for an american who may have helped to create some of the graphic videos of battles, executions, even child recruits seen in new images today. all rolled out on twitter, facebook and other sites like some slick american media campaign. which is why law enforcement officials now tell abc news, they're focusing on this former college student from boston. ahmad abousamra believed one of the architects of the isis social media strategy. abousamra was put on the fbi most wanted terror list late last year with this description posted online >> abousamra, 5'11" with a thin
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build and he has a higher pitched voice. listen now to a recording of his voice. >> if they've don't have a warrant, they don't have the rights to do that. >> reporter: abousamra grew up in boston, son of a prominent doctor, and honor student at a catholic high school. abousamra went on to northeastern university where he studied computer technology, the very skills authorities say he is using now. the internet campaign authorities say abousamra helped engineer, and its horrifying images, has been vital to isis' ability to capture the world's attention and win new recruits from the u.s. and elsewhere. >> it has energized their base. they feel they are now finally in a confrontation with the united states of america. >> reporter: and that is exactly what the fbi says abousamra said he wanted to do when he fled the country and became a fugitive in syria, fight and kill his fellow americans. brian ross, abc news, new york.
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a huge haul for the u.s. coast guard. unloading nearly $100 million worth of cocaine. that was in miami beach. agents confiscating 6,000 pounds of cocaine. the drugs were from two separate operations in the caribbean sea off the coast of colombia and panama. about a dozen suspected smugglers were arrested. the busts are part of a joint venture involving 14 countries. hurricane norbert is churning in the pacific this morning off the northwest coast of mexico. norbert expected to stay offshore as it roars up the baja peninsula. schools and beaches have been should down in los cabos. coastal areas are bracing for up to 15 inches of rain, flooding and rough surf. now here's a look at the nation's weather. severe storms continue to rip through parts of the midwest as that storm system again moves from the southwest up into the great lakes. look for downpours and flash flooding. showers will blanket the southeast. >> cooler air, pushing down from
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canada brings mild 60s and 70s to the upper half of the nation. 80s and 90s in the plains. and south along both coasts. the forecast calls for temperatures in the 90s today in tulsa, oklahoma. perfect weather for some yard work. thankfully at a county jail that yard work is going to be done by some goats. they have been booked into the jail so they can help clear out its overgrown yards. the vegetation is six feet tall. >> the goats were the idea of one of the officers at the jail. he says they will make quick work of grass and bushes and then they will be released for good behavior, of course. and the goats their names are scoopy and scrappy. the inmates, they're not going to be allowed into the atrium where the goats will be. just have to look through the window to take a look at them. in some states if you have a goat in your yard you get a tax break. >> is that the noise you make at this time of morning? >> the goat sound? >> no. that's all in your head. there was no goat sound.
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>> did you hear a goat sound? >> coming up in "the skinny" -- celebrity baby boom, what tom hanks, lily tomlin and sting have in common. >> can't wait to find out. i thought i heard a goat. first, a kayaking adventure takes a dangerous turn, a great white shark shows up. sounds like a scene from the movie "jaws." we'll tell you about it. you are watching "world news now." ♪ >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by pampers. now." "world news now" weather brought to you by pampers. you are loved. you are loved a lot. and in so many ways. and when you're wrapped in the comfort of pampers swaddlers with blanket-like softness and up to 12 hours of protection, all you feel is love.
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♪ ♪ >> oh, my goodness. >> a little frightening to me. it seems very close. just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water, this time it's not for swimming but kayaking. >> two young women able to escape a great white after the shark took a bite out of their kayak. with the dramatic call for help, here's abc's ron claiborne. >> reporter: picture perfect late summer evening, ida parker and kristin orr, in their kayaks off the coast of massachusetts when the great white attacked. the women actually in the water when they called 911. >> help! help! i was on the boat. we're stuck in the water. there is a shark. >> okay, ma'am, the harbor master is on the way there now. where are you now? >> how long are they going to be? >> are you in the kayak, ma'am?
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>> yes, but he knocked me out. >> reporter: the operator telling them to hang on. help is on the way. >> we're fine. but we are really scared. >> it was a seal. >> no, no. there's something in the water. >> okay. >> it was a [ bleep ] great white. what if he comes back? >> reporter: luckily the shark did not come back and the pair made it to shore unharmed. but look at the giant teeth marks in the kayaks and this giant hole in a paddle. back on dry land the two recalling that terror. >> we didn't know where it had come from. didn't see a fin. didn't see anything. we had no idea if it was going to come back. >> i am screaming for help. just anybody, help. >> reporter: after their close encounter, ida and kristin not eager to get back in the water. >> i don't think i'll ever kayak again. >> reporter: never? >> i might. >> reporter: ron claiborne, abc news. new york. >> i don't blame her. >> terrifying. you can still go out in the water. humans are 45,000 times more likely to be killed in a car accident than by a shark. the waters are safe.
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>> they're extremely dangerous. the fact that conversation efforts have helped increase, a pretty good thing. they say if they're longer than six feet, they can attack a human. i say, if you see a shark, run. >> get out of there. exactly. >> don't bother measuring it. well, coming up, bruce springsteen's next act. something he has never done before. late night comics pay tribute to funny lady joan rivers. next in "the skinny." >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stat
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♪ skinny ♪ skinny so skinny ♪ time for "the skinny" this morning. celebrities paying tribute to joan rivers. she was a standout late night comedienne. now her successors are remembering her legacy. jimmy kimmel played a clip from her last night on his show. >> what does your grandson want to do when he grows up? does he know yet? >> right now he is 10. he wants to be a football player. but, you know, stupid. >> what do you want him to be? >> gay. >> you want him to be gay? >> i want him to be gay. i want him to be gay. who else is going to give a damn that i knew judy garland? >> david letterman on his show last night praised her work ethic and her guts. >> she was harder on herself than anybody, really. she would tell these god awful jokes about herself. so she felt like, look, if i am
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going to tell them about myself. then there are some other people out there that, grow up, these are just jokes, ladies and gentlemen. >> that's true. a lot of self-deprecating humor. jimmy fallon welcomed rivers back to nbc's "the tonight show" 26 years after her fallout with johnny carson. >> it's unbelievable when you see how much her work ethic and everything that went into it. a file cabinet full of jokes. that she would have, like a file cabinet full of jokes. like one, i saw, the whole stack of cards about tony danza. i go, why -- why would you need that? i don't know, why would you have that? >> i never thought about to have a file cabinet full of jokes. tony danza. >> got to have it. >> the kennedy center is recognizing five performers for their lifetime contributions to american culture. this year's honorees are the beloved every man actor and filmmaker, tom hanks. >> comedienne lily tomlin honored, created ditzy telephone
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operator earnestine and co-starred in the movie "nine to five" >> brit rocker sting, whose songwriting has conquered this continent, too. >> and the reverend al greene, everyone knows his version of "let's stay together." >> going to sing it for us? >> no. >> and patricia mcbride who danced with the new york city ballet for 30 years. the president and first lady will toast all of them at a gala performance in december. >> looking forward to it. the president, of course, sang one of his songs. >> did he? >> yes. >> caught on tape? >> look forward to seeing that. >> bruce springsteen, mega rock star, now starring on the small screen too. the boss will make his tv acting debut alongside e-street band mate steven van zandt in the tv series of "lilyhammer," a regular on "sopranos." >> in "lilyhammer" van zandt stars as a gangster in witness protection. and bruce will have a small role as an owner. we hear tony sirico will have a regular role in "lilyhammer" playing a priest.
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>> that will be fun to watch. can't wait. and a couple of celebrity milestones to note this morning. actress scarlett johansson welcoming her first baby, rose dorothy. her spokesman says mom and daughter are doing well. that scarlett and her fiancee, former french journalist, want to keep the baby out of the public eye. can't blame them for that. >> little scar-jo. actress alyssa milano, star of "mistresses," is welcoming elizabella dylan. she and her husband, a hollywood agent, already have a son, milo, who is 3. congratulations to all. looking great. and elizabella, beautiful name, elizabella dylan. >> and milo. thank you. >> good names. well, while we are at it, how about some birthdays, celebrity birthdays? >> let's see who's celebrating their big day. >> the comedian icon, bob newhart, turns 85. >> actress and seemingly ageless beauty, raquel welch turns 74. >> gorgeous.
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♪ so good so right well, summer is unofficially over, we still have the weekend. on this friday, it's easy to forget about some of the news from this very busy week. >> let's take a look at all the big stories that made this first week of september one to remember. it is our "friday rewind." >> can we talk? let me tell you something. can we talk? can we talk? >> good, you're 30 years old, you're not married. you are an old maid. a man, 90 years old, not married. he's a catch. it's whole different thing. >> this is a vicious, vicious movement. it has to be confronted. >> these groups, they don't need any excuse. they will attack us whenever they can. i believe strongly isis does plan on attacking the united states. >> we will follow them to the gates of hell!
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until they are brought to justice. because hell is where they will reside. hell is where they will reside. >> what's ironic about isis is they're winning hearts and minds. unfortunately, these horrible beheading videos are recruiting films for them. >> we asked president putin to use his influence and ability to colorful turn a phrase to actually get the russian-backed separatists to de-escalate the conflict. >> i remember getting up out of the bed. and david wanting to put his arms around me and give me a really great hug. and i just pushed him away, not wanting him to get sick. >> even if you have deleted photos from your phone, oftentimes they've already been uploaded into the cloud. they continue to exist. >> right now if you are michael sam, all you have to do is show you have passion for football, willing to be coached. >> i'm a highly educated man.
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i have a masters degree. i'm no dumbo. >> our look back at the week doesn't end there. >> just logon to the facebook page, wnnfans.com. check out in case you missed it. >> see our unusual offbeat and behind the scenes moments from "world news now" this past week. >> big announcement from apple next week. we expect it might be the iphone 6. if they change the charger i am going to scream. >> they always change the charger. prepare for it. >> different charger. >> i want to know if serena williams will bring it home next week, u.s. open champion. >> we'll be watching. and a lot of football this weekend. >> absolutely. don't miss our updates on facebook at wnnfans.com. coming up, more news from abc. >> announcer: this is abc's "world news now" -- informing insomniacs for two decades. two decades. ing insomniacs for two decades.
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making news in america this morning, the world loses a legend, joan rivers, a pioneering comedian turned fashion critic. the new reaction from her death coming in. slowly flowing and no way to stop it. red hot lava is burning everything in its path as it creeps closer to home starting a state of emergency overnight. crafty criminals well planned and executed. how a group pulled off this theft caught on camera. and dangerous dive. a man who does what's being called the ultimate belly flop. good morning. we begin with the loss of another one of hollywood's brightest luminaries.

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