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muhammad ali is back in the hospital said to be receiving followup care related to a urinary tract infection. he was admitted earlier this week. he is expected to be released today. he was hospitalized december 20th until last week. he is hoping to celebrate his 73rd birthday at home, which is tomorrow. los angeles judge has revoked chris brown's probation stemming from the 2009 attack on fellow singerry an a, his girlfriend at the time them judge said brown did not get permission from his probation officer before traveling last weekend to san jose for a concert where five people were
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shot and injured. he also failed to complete community service on time. brown was allowed to remain free until a hearing in march. the nfl's new personal conduct policy is being put to the test. indianapolis colts linebacker josh mcnairy stands accused of rape. >> as part of the new policy he's been sidelined from this weekend's game. the winner of the game will be heading to the super bowl. abc's ryan smith has the story. >> reporter: indianapolis colts linebacker josh mcnairy dodging cameras. the nfl benching him less than 24 hours after he was charged with rape. >> the colts have advanced -- just as the colts prepare for their biggest game of the season taking on the new england patriots for a shot at the super bowl. >> we place josh on the commissioner's exempt list which will give him time to take care of things that he needs to take care of. >> reporter: the case against mcnary, a west point graduate, began in december when his accuser met him at a bar. they went to his apartment, where she says they got in to a physical fight and mcnary sexually assaulted her. when police arrived to question
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him, mcnary told them i know why you are here. gesturing to his bed sheets saying i preserved it for you because i knew you would be coming. >> that's why the league had to move quickly and the colts moved quickly and said we have to take this matter seriously. >> mcnary pleaded not guilty. his lawyer says the linebacker unhesitatingly denies all accusations against him. >> reporter: the nfl told us that the case is under review. that's part of the new process under nfl rules, but that review could continue well past the super bowl meaning mcnairy's season may likely be over. ryan smith, abc news, new york. >> this is not a super star player, mainly special teams, back up linebacker but a huge game to determine who will go to the super bowl and this is part of the conversation. nfl did not want this right now. we will see how the new policy works out. >> tough year for the nfl. >> the season will be wrapping up with something of a controversy but maybe the policy will do what it is supposed to
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do which is get him off the field right now. coming up in the next half hour open season at open houses. thieves helping themselves while pretending to shop for real estate. what they are looking for most. first the oscar nominations are in but this year it is who was left out that has everyone talking. reactions to the academy's decisions from hollywood to the twitter sphere. you are watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations. woman: something's not right. woman: my first symptoms were... man: constant tingling in my toes. woman: i had double vision. man: they said "you have multiple sclerosis." man: i kind of had to get a grasp on reality.
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michael keaton one of the happy guys nominated for an oscar yesterday but plenty of folks are feeling left out. >> of course, always. many great films and performances is that for one reason or another don't make the cut. we are "up all nightline" with juju chang. she has this year's oscar snub. >> reporter: if you thought brad pitt was the only thing jennifer aniston and angelina jolie had in common, think again. when it comes oscar knobs many think both were snubbed. aniston in her performance as a drug addict in "cake." >> reporter: jolie's unbroken. failing to get her a look for best director and falling short in the best picture category. >> why come, you are not going to win. >> i know that. >> as in a deposition, what to say and what not to say. >> gone girl's chances for best picture also gone. >> not good enough for you.
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>> not even close. >> this is all that we have ever wanted. >> reporter: and no luck for "foxcatcher." >> you have any idea who i am? >> no. >> we must march. we must stand up. >> reporter: and on martin luther king jr.'s birthday, "selma" snubbed. while the director will been on hand at the dolby theater in case the film picks up best picture, she won't be getting a golden man of her own and neither would david oyelowo who starred in the film playing martin luther king jr. the lack of diversity among nominees sparking backlash on twitter. the hashtag oscar's so white. the people behind films that were lucky enough to score nomination like "american sniper" and "birdman" know it is the first step down a long road. leonardo dicaprio has been nominated for best actor four times.
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>> and the oscar goes to matthew mcconaughey. >> reporter: but never won. but the director of one snubbed fan favorite "the lego movie" seems to be keeping his chin up. ♪ everything is awesome ♪ >> reporter: tweeting it's okay, made my own. juju chang, abc news, new york. >> great response by the lego guy to make his lego oscar. that's fantastic. >> pretty funny but i'm looking at the hashtag oscar so white. that's really trending? >> it stood out immediately because last year was diverse and all of the major categories it seemed to get back to what people criticized that it was so white at the oscars and after diversity last year. >> 12 years a slave. >> a lot of nominations for african-americans and anybody of color it stood out this year it was pretty white. >> we should say the oscars are
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this morning on "world news now," deadly raid. police go after a dangerous terror cell about to be on the verge of a major terror attack the frightening takedown, the gunfire and why the crackdown in europe is far from over. terror sting, the takedown never seen before. the fbi operation to arrest a homegrown radical who wanted to bomb the capitol. his frightening plot and how he got busted. medical marvel, surgeons use a 3-d printer to make a model of a girl's broken heart. how the technology made a difference and may have saved her life. and in "the skinny" who is up for an academy award and who was left off the list. the controversial snubs and outrage that is spreading far from hollywood. it is friday, january 16th.
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>> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." good morning to you all on this friday. i'm t.j. holmes. >> i'm reena ninan. let's get to the top story. the vigilance and nervousness in europe about terrorism officials in belgium saying they have broken up a major plot to kill police with a series of raids. >> officers were greeted with gun fire. this is near the german border. >> alexander marquardt has the details. >> reporter: the crackle of gun fire. the glow of flames, piercing the darkness in this tiny belgium town of verviers, 80 miles southeast of brussels. >> this group was about to commit terrorist attacks in belgium. >> police were executing search warrants when they were met with a storm of bullets. >> certain suspects immediately opened fire with automatic weapons. >> reporter: terrified residents watching helplessly. i heard three explosions, this man says. two of the suspects were shot dead.
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a third wounded and captured. prosecutors say they were investigating extremists, some of whom had recently returned from fighting in syria. the gun battle is one of at least ten anti-terror operations carried out across belgium. officials say terrorists were preparing to carry out major and imminent attacks. this as europe recovers from last week's terror attacks in paris. the hunt for accomplices in those killings goes on. this operation is highlighting the growing fears of officials in europe and the u.s. that this could be the beginning of a new wave of terror. alexander marquardt, abc news, brussels. >> now for an exclusive look at how the u.s. prevents terror here. abc news obtained video of a similar fbi sting three years ago that also prevented an attack on the u.s. capitol building. undercover fbi agents stayed with a man they believed was a terrorist as he went to test a bomb with men he thought were al
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quade i'm going to put everything on my body and i'm going to go inside like a real place, maybe the capitol. >> i'm done. i'm done. my work is done in this life. >> this would be terrorist was arrested just two blocks from the capitol. he's now in prison. the fbi official tells abc news the agency doesn't begin a sting until it is certain the suspect intends to go ahead with his attack. now to another american charged with plotting to attack the u.s. capitol packed with lawmakers. new information is surfacing about the quiet young man from ohio accused of stockpiling weapons and ammunition. here's more from abc's martha raddatz. >> reporter: from his hometown of cincinnati to capitol hill, there's nothing but shock. how did this 20-year-old so-called mama's boy go from this, the clean-cut wrestler, the home body who loved his cat to this, a man the fbi accuses of preparing to bomb the capitol in support of isis and al qaeda terror groups?
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>> he's not a terrorist and i don't appreciate him being painted as a terrorist. >> reporter: but fbi officials who acknowledge they ran a sting on christopher cornell say his plans involved not only detonating bombs at the capitol but then mowing down members of congress with assault rifles and 600 rounds of ammunition he purchased at a gun store moments before his arrest. cornell's parents said the boy was just trying to figure himself out, described as a quiet student who converted to islam last summer. that's when he first appeared on fbi radar after they say he pledged his support to isis on social media under an assumed name. officials believe cornell was the classic lone wolf, but the fbi does believe he was trying to communicate with radicals overseas. although in the end, no one from overseas apparently had anything to do with this. martha raddatz, abc news, washington. the second phase of jury
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selection is now underway in the terror trial of the boston marathon suspect. and the challenges of seating the jury are quickly emerging. at least six jurors say they already believe dzhokhar tsarnaev is guilty. the first man questioned said he would sentence dzhokhar tsarnaev to death and couldn't imagine hearing evidence that would change his mind. first of what will no doubt be many lawsuits to be filed in in the accident in the metro system accident. dozens of passengers were on a train. a woman died from respiratory failure. the plaintiff in the suit rich thought he was going to die and sent a text message to his family. >> i told my mother that i loved being her son and i told my kids i loved being their dad. >> reporter: he and more than 80 other people were taken to the hospital. investigators believe an electrical malfunction was the problem. the lawsuit claims negligence and maintenance and a slow response to the emergency. michigan man has died after
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his parachute failed to deploy during a jump from a tv broadcast tower. police say josh sheppard was an experienced skydiver and jump instructor, but they add he did not have permission to climb the 1,000 foot tower he jumped 5:30 wednesday evening and landed on a snowy field below. a man in canada got the fright of his life driving down the highway. before the individual video we should say, he's fine. he was traveling near toronto and a tire that had broken loose from another car came right at him. it happened so fast all he could do is duck. the tire struck the top of the windshield and broke the car's sunroof. as we said, the guy is fine. >> new 3-d printing technology may have saved a 4-year-old south florida girl's life. she had already had three open heart surgeries. there she is. doctors in miami were having trouble visualizing what they needed to do in a fourth operation. roiz otherwise, she wasn't going to live much longer. a model of her damaged heart was
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created which allowed the surgeons to picture the next >> there was a lot of buzz when 3-d printers came out, would they be helpful, could people print out guns but the medical technology alone that comes from this. >> you're right. this has been talked about. i think we saw a car the other day but to see this paying off in such a way, this is fantastic. >> saving a little girl's heart. well, let's check the friday forecast. powerful storm system with rain and mountain snow pounds the northwest, winds may top 70 miles an hour in montana and the first of two storm systems. snow showers in the great lakes. milder in the middle of the country with a january thaw. >> 50s in kansas city, memphis and atlanta.
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40s in seattle and washington, d.c. 62 in denver. 20s minneapolis to detroit. 30s in new york and boston. some rug makers in florida are working to replace a rug at the pinellas county sheriffs office because they made a mistake the first time around. just a minor, a little thing. >> take a look. there it is. it seems fine but little closer in the middle, in dog we trust instead of god. >> the rug was put away when the error was noticed. police are embracing the mistake putting the rug up for auction. it starts at $100 and already up to 1100. how long was it down before anyone noticed? >> we don't know but we know the auction ends next wednesday. proceeds will go to the k-9 estates a local rescue there in the pinellas county. apparently the rug was in place for months. months and months before someone noticed the error this past wednesday. >> it is fantastic. >> this isn't far from my
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hometown of hillsborough county. tampa. >> is this typical. >> no. people are observant and they know. >> the difference between dog and god. they usually catch that. it is awesome. "the skinny" coming up. the oscar nominees and some controversial snubs. also a big blooper during the announcement that as of a few minutes ago was still going viral. >> this could have happened to us on this show. >> no way. >> okay. first caught on camera one woman posing as a home buyer stealing jewelry from the seller. the alert going out about thieves that target real estate open houses. you are watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by airborne dual action.
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♪ a retired virgin ♪ a retired virginia couple is fighting county officials who want them to move their so-called tiny house out of a mobile home park. karen and tom live ned park for years in a different structure. they insist months ago the county gave them permission to move their custom built tiny home on the property. it is now going back on its word and it appears they have the full support of their neighbors. >> everyone loves tom and karen's house. when it came in on the tractor-trailer, i think everybody in the neighborhood came and looked at it. >> the county is saying the tiny house is a public safety issue and needs a seal of approval from hud. the rogers who are part of a popular housing movement to more downsized housing say they are being bullied. depending on your
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circumstances house hunting can be fun or painful but for some it is completely different. >> how about a way to make a living as a criminal. thieves are hitting open houses. some sellers are wisely setting up cameras to catch them. here now paula faris. >> an open house can mean open season for thieves. sally wasn't just sizing up the closet space at this maryland home. she was digging for diamonds, cartier watches and precious heirlooms at nine separate open houses, stealing over $82,000 worth of valuables. in l.a., this thief came across a locked drawer full of jewelry, so he quite literally ripped it off, walking out of the open house undetected. >> you are inviting strangers in to your house. take some precautions to protect your valuables. don't leave them open in plain sight. >> reporter: thieves typically look for jewelry, firearms and prescription drugs. who's on the hook? not the realtors who set up the open house. rather the homeowners. as for sally, she will spend her
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next year behind bars and has to pay all of that money back. >> you don't know who these people are. take some common sense steps to make sure the sallies of the world cannot come in and take your property. >> many times thieves arrive in pairs. one will distract the agent while the other quickly steals. the recommendation if you are going to have an open house ask for multiple agents to be present. the more eyes on your belongings and visitors the better. reena and t.j. >> good advice but it is hard, really hard to keep an eye on everybody coming through. right? >> i remember this story and something like this we had to show our apartment and we couldn't be there. we put our stuff up but if they looked in one particular spot everything was there, all the ipads and laptops, the family heirlooms, one spot. if they had discovered that we would have been in trouble. >> when am i coming to your house? >> tomorrow. >> tomorrow.
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>> we have been talking about this. weekend plans. >> weekend plans, yeah. we're >> tomorrow you will be in the city. >> okay. >> we are having people over. come on by. >> great. i love when i get a last-minute invite. >> i'm giving you 24 hour notice. >> it is less than 24 hours it is like eight hours. >> tomorrow is -- saturday. >> saturday. >> i will think about it. i might need to sleep. the academy award stage has been set. which nominee you have never heard of made the biggest splash? and the striptease to the stars that had hollywood going wild. "the skinny" up next. >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations. i thought, "the red cross does katrina.
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♪ skinny so skinny ♪ >> leading us off the major announcement, the oscar nominations. yesterday was a big day and if you haven't heard or need a refresher let's get it to. the three top categories picks -- >> ladies first. you have to help me with the names. marion cotillard, "two days, one night," rosamund pike, "gone girl," felicity jones, "the theory of everything" reese witherspoon "wild" and julianne moore,"still alice." >> the man best actor nominees include, steve carrel for "foxcatcher", michael keaton for "birdman" and bradley cooper for "american sniper," eddie redymayne for "the theory of everything." one more, benedict cumberbatch for "the imitation game." >> i just vote for his name.
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love that guy. the big one, best picture. eight nominees this year, "american sniper," "imitation game," "birdman," "selma," "boyhood," "the theory of everything," "the grand budapest hotel" and whiplash. >> although it didn't get a nomination for best picture, "selma" was generally considered to be snubbed by the academy and in other categories. >> the lead of the film the star who played mlk david oyelowo was considered to be a shoe in for the portrayal of dr. king but he was beat out for that nomination yesterday. would you believe just happened to be dr. king's birthday yesterday. >> "selma" director ava duvernay also considered to be snubbed for the best director category was thanking first dr. king and the casting crew her lead actor who she called a miracle. >> of all the nominees one guy who stood out, came out of nowhere. everybody was talking about the the star of the announcements came after the academy president cheryl boone isaacs got finished with a pair of tough names and
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then she got to his name. >> dick poop -- dick pope for mr. turner. >> oh, my. this is so juvenile but pretty funny. >> i was live tweeting this thing and i had to ask. i was on twitter, did i just hear that right. i thought i was tripping because the baby was screaming in the background but i heard it right. poor thing. it happens. >> it happens. yeah. you can sense she immediately knew what she had done. dick pope's name trended on twitter. pope is not on twitter and he said he would never be on it on something of that level of intelligent conversation. >> makes a great point, though. many of the stars who were nominated and snubbed by the oscars made it out for the critics choice awards. they were treated to a show by that dude. he picked up another job michael strahan showed off at one point
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his legs. can he keep his clothes on at some point, strahan. come on. >> why if you have a body like that why keep your clothes on. >> you would show your legs off, right. >> he hopes to be nominated next year for his role in "magic mike 2." strahan, you see him there, had no problem for showing off getting donning wizard garb as gandolf from "the hobbit." even getting approval from angelina jolie. they end up winning last night for best animated feature. a little skinny news from the skinny girl herself, bethenny frankel. news that coming soon to her product line will be marijuana. >> yes. the real housewife and former talk show host will develop a strain of cannabis that will in some kind of way not give you the munchies. weed that won't give you the munchies. over the holidays she tweeted from colorado where marijuana is legal, her observation people are walking in to pot stores
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for cooling relief in a snap. ♪ >> ♪ well, happy friday, everyone. it's been a busy week. it started with the tragic events overseas and the global fight against terrorism. >> we also saw the rise of reena's favorite football player from ohio state. >> 12 gauge. >> and tender moments from some famous folks all in today's "friday rewind." >> we are not afraid. >> we have to be here in the memory of these people, innocent people. >> don't let me go, bring me to school, bring me back. >> your son is afraid to go to school alone? >> yeah. >> because he's a jew. >> he's jewish. of course. >> you wouldn't think
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cincinnati, ohio, jihadist in the same sentence. >> he had just recently converted to islam and he had been talking about it for a few months. he's a good kid. he's been kind of lost. >> gas and smoke just starts piling in and people are freaking out, going everywhere. once we got in the station, we just sprinted for our lives out of there because we had no idea what was happening. we were all so scared. >> right when the sun was going down i was circled by a shark. i have two beautiful daughters. i was hitting that shore. >> finally did it. this is why we all came here to compete and win the national championship and we did it. it was our dream. it came true. >> amal, whatever alchemy that brought us together i couldn't be more proud to be your husband.
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>> my best friend is kind, intelligent, funny, talented, considerate, thoughtful -- did i say kind? he also -- he also happens to be my son, sean. i love you with all of my heart, buddy. >> that was a really poignant moment. >> it was. >> michael keaton. >> keaton and now he is nominated for an oscar. >> he won last night in the people's critics awards. two awards, for best actor and best actor in a comedy. >> "birdman" i have heard a lot about this. now it is getting a lot of buzz. i usually don't see any of the oscar-nominated films before the oscars an i haven't seen any of these. >> we will get them for you. >> i have to go through eight. don't forget our facebook page. in case you missed it. >> did you see it? >> i didn't see it.
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good morning. i'm reena ninan. i'm t.j. holmes. video obtained by abc news shows how the fbi executes a sting against would be terrorists. that sting like the one this week that prevented an attack on the u.s. capitol. full details in a moment. the u.s. is sending 400 trainers to the mideast to help syrian opposition force and other support personnel. the obama administration has been criticized for not moving fast enough on this. the first lawsuit stemming from the washington metro accident will be filed this morning. it alleges shoddy maintenance and a slow emergency response. other lawsuits are likely to follow. pope francis is drawing massive crowds on the second day of his trip to the philippines the pope is calling on filipinos to reject corruption and work to end poverty. those are some of the top
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stories on this friday, january 15th. >> announcer: from abc news this is "world news now." >> good morning to you. we begin this half hour with an exclusive look at how the fbi is protecting us from terrorism threats. the bureau earlier this week arrested an ohio man for allegedly plotting to attack the u.s. capitol. >> abc news senior justice correspondent pierre thomas reports that wasn't the first time that the fbi used a sting operation. >> reporter: that is amine el-khalifi in a d.c. area hotel room, brandishing a machine gun he hoped to use to massacre members of congress at the u.s. capitol. >> it's fully automatic. that means it holds -- >> how many hits in here. >> 30. it is full auto. you hold the trigger and it keeps going. >> reporter: this exclusive look inside an fbi sting targeting a man that the u.s. believes was a homegrown radical, a would be
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suicide bomber. >> this is one more example of the fact that this threat that we have talked about is very real. >> reporter: here's el-khalifi at a home depot buying nails to use in a vest. this is el-khalifi driving out to test a bomb, unaware the men with him are undercover fbi. he thinks they are al qaeda. >> i'm going to put everything on my body and go inside, like a real place, maybe the capitol. >> i'm done. i'm done. my work is done in this life. >> the fbi records his every move. even as he pulled in to a west virginia rock quarry where they would test the bomb. watch as the fbi undercover gives him a cell phone rigged to detonate an explosive that is planted outside of the car. >> i want you to place the call so you can see how it works. now hit send. okay. now hit send. >> the bomb detonates. >> oh!
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>> reporter: not impressed el-khalifi wants a bigger bomb. >> this is not strong enough, man. >> reporter: amine el-khalifi was a moroccan national living outside of washington, d.c. when the sting operation took place in 2012. he hardly seemed the terrorist type, known on the party scene working as a local deejay but would he have really done it? >> critics would say it is entrapment. >> at the end of the day all we can say is watch that tape. >> he was arrested two blocks from the u.s. capitol on february 17, 2012. he had a machine gun and attempting to put on what he thought was a suicide vest. he pled guilty and is serving 30 years in jail. pierre thomas, abc news, washington. other european countries are on edge after last week's terrorist attacks in paris. belgium police were met by gun fire while executing a search warrant in a small town. when it was over, two suspects were dead and a third wounded and under arrest. no police injured. the belgium investigation began before the attacks in paris and
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may have no connection to them. new terror concerns at home after the arrest of an ohio man accused of plotting an assault on the u.s. capitol. the fbi says christopher cornell was planning to take direct aim at members of congress using bombs and assault rifles. the 20-year-old is accused of acting in support of isis and al qaeda. but authorities describe him as a lone wolf. meanwhile, president obama and british prime minister david cameron will discuss counterterrorism efforts at the white house today. they search for bodies from the airasia crash. this morning they are making another attempt to get to the main part of the jet after giving up yesterday. only 50 bodies have been recovered from the java sea. divers hope to find 100 still missing now the weather is improving. the plane crashed last month off of indonesia. for the first time we are hearing recordings of a pilot in distress that got lost in foggy weather across the coast. her chilling comments with air traffic control are raising concerns about inexperienced pilots. abc's jim avila reports.
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>> hello. >> hello. >> i don't know where i am. >> reporter: a small, frightened voice begging for help. >> i can't see airport. >> lost in the night sky 600 feet over florida's central coast. >> okay. stay calm. stay calm. maintain your present altitude. >> reporter: the 38-year-old. mihoko tabata is at the controls in full panic. >> calm down. calm down. >> reporter: the calming voice of the daytona control tower attempting to talk the pilot down, the airport a mile away but the single-engine cessna is too low. >> are you climbing, ma'am? i need you to climb. >> reporter: nearly 400 americans died in small plane crashes last year. this fiery crash happened in maryland last month killing six. the leading cause, pilot loss of control. what kind of enemy is panic? >> once we panic it's over. >> reporter: too often
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inexperienced pilots stall while climbing as this instructor showed me over california. >> try to relax when that happened. >> reporter: but she was inexperienced and piloting a plane she was not certified to fly alone, according to the plane's owner. >> if you can hear me please contact me. please say something. >> reporter: there would be no answer. mihoko tabata died on impact. the wreckage found the five foot deep waters of the atlantic ocean. jim avila, abc news, washington. southwest airlines is learning a very expensive lesson about the passenger bill of rights. the airline has been hit with a record $1.6 million fine after stranding passengers for hours on the tarmac at chicago's midway airport during a wintry storm last year. southwest said it was short staffed and couldn't handle grounded passengers. the fine is the largest assessed for a tarmac delay. mystery illness is sickening guests at the opryland hotel. health investigators in nashville are investigating after an increase in the number
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of guests suffering from flu-like is symptoms as they look for a cause and trying to stop it from spreading. opryland is taking it seriously and following the strict standards of sanitation. time for your friday forecast now. first of two major storms bringing heavy snow and rain. 70 mile an hour winds across montana today. lake-effect snow showers around the great lakes. milder in the middle of the country. 50s and 60s denver to atlanta. 70s los angeles and miami. 40s in salt lake city and washington, d.c. 30s in boston and new york. 20s from minneapolis to detroit. how about some furniture and football fun? art van furniture stores in chicago area are expecting big crowds tomorrow when customers can buy furniture with the possibility of getting it for free. the store will give them full refunds if it snows at least three inches in the windy city on super bowl sunday. it seems -- i don't know. but another promotion in ohio the dealer offering full refunds ohio state won the national title. the cost $1.5 million.
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i think this is risky. >> it is risky but most of the time it pays off because they make crazy bets and usually they don't work out but, you know, they get insured for this any way. he's going to be all right. the buckeyes will have a three way competition for starting quarterback next year because cardale jones, your boy. >> huwah. >> what was that? >> like the u.s. military they go huwah. that's what i'm saying. >> i didn't know if it was connected to the buckeyes. i don't know what's happening over here. >> you translate well what is going on in my head usually. >> he says he is not going to the nfl draft. why would he? he only started three games in college. he announced he's coming back to school next year. he did this at a packed event yesterday. he stepped in to the parting role after two others ahead of him were injured. one a preseason heisman pick. the backup became a heisman front-runner. both of them went down and he steps in to the role won three
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straight games monday night victory over oregon. >> excuse me, a break in here. you have to look at his shirt. you see his shirt, 12 gauge. >> that's his nickname. >> and it says buck shot, is that what it is, buckshot? >> it is all weapon related. >> i'm going to have to brush up my firepower. >> you have been doing well so far. >> i like my 12 gauge. i like his story. i played also. >> played what? >> left bench on the girls soccer team. >> were you a soccer player really? >> yeah, i played soccer. not -- it was left bench. >> if he needs a workout partner besides his teammates maybe he could use this woman you are about to see. this is willie murphy. she is 77 years old -- says young but you can say old if you want to. she pumps iron at her ymca in rochester, new york. >> they call her granny but also can call her world natural power lifting federation championship title. she just won, five feet tall and
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105 pounds. >> that didn't stop her. she can lift 225 pounds. the best part the retired social worker taught herself how to do all of this lifting. more power to you, 77-year-old young lady. "insomniac theater" coming your way and bradley cooper's long-awaited movie and animated bear making his way from the storybook to the big screen. that's all ahead. also ahead, the trending soft drink to be the healthiest beverage around. are you ready to swallow some tree sap? speaking of drinks it is national hot tea month. how do we find these things? some special tea coming your way in "insomniac kitchen." you are watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by delsym.
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looking to stay hydrated there may be a reason for that. we'll explain that with reena.
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there is a reason for this here. humans have been proven to love water. this is science, folks. and there's a new way for us humans to get our water fix. abc's abbie boudreau has more. >> reporter: it's the new "it" water making waves. >> i love this stuff. unlike coconut water, made famous by superstars rihanna and jessica alba, what some are claiming to be the latest super water comes from the trunk of a tree, birch tree water, promising a low-calorie drink that these two companies claim is a high antioxidant beverage for hydration and rejuvenation. >> it tastes like medicine. >> reporter: an acquired taste for some of us but does this trendy water have health benefits? >> birch tree water may have some health benefits. it has electrolytes and xylitol that may prevent tooth decay. >> drink up. >> reporter: this watery sap is harvested "hunger games" style, tapping in to the tree and
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draining the liquid from the center of the trunk which companies claim produce a drink rich in minerals and micronutrients. but this nutritionist says don't forget to read the back of the bottle. in this case -- >> it will say birch tree water and cane sugar. something that i don't find any of us need to add to our diets. >> reporter: sourced from birch trees in eastern europe and scandinavia, it has been around for thousands of years. but for us it's the latest hydration hype hitting the market. >> been waiting for this. it is hard to come by. so far, only available on-line. >> we don't have rigorous scientific studies that link the use of birch water to anything other than consuming a potentially hydrating beverage. >> reporter: still, with so many super waters from coconut and birch tree to cactus and aloe water, what could possibly be next? >> i think regular water should make a comeback. >> reporter: you do? >> good old water.
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why not? and with a good balanced diet you should get what you need. >> reporter: plain old regular h2o. a simple refreshing idea. abbie boudreau, abc news, los angeles. >> we will stick with water here. we have something coming up. trendy new thing you can make with water. a new item they call tea. >> we will head in to the "insomniac kitchen" to learn about this thing they call tea. you are watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations. today there is only one park for every 14,000 americans. connection to nature is a right
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♪ okay. might not be the proper time by british standards but in the u.s. it is always time for tea. >> especially now it is national hot tea month. i know you have been waiting on this one. to learn how to do this right, let's head in to the "insomniac kitchen" with abc's tina trinh. >> reporter: it is hot tea month and we are in new york city to learn to pour a proper english cup. we are inside with owner proprietor nikki perry.
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nikki, if this is one thing the english know, it's their tea. it is practically coming out of your pores. >> it's in our blood. we don't have to think about it. it is in us forever. >> reporter: teach me. how do i make a proper pot of tea? >> you have to have really good china to start. it's no good -- you can put it in ceramic but not nearly as good as the china. >> oh. >> you need fresh boiling water, fresh boiling water, not water that sat boiling in a coffee pot for ages because then you brought the oxygen out of it and you won't get good tea. >> reporter: who knew? loose leaf, bag tea, does it matter? >> it doesn't matter as long as you have good tea. we use loose leaf in the restaurant. once you have made it, you need to let it sit in the pot for two to three minutes. see how the leaves have opened up like this? that's because the pot is nice and big. if you shove them in to a little bowl and put hot water on it, the leaves can't open and don't get as much flavor. >> you want them to expand.
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>> you do want them to expand. >> what kind of tea are we -- >> this is my own tea, english breakfast tea. >> and the proper way is with milk. >> that is good. >> tastes different with milk. doesn't it? >> it does. i like it. it feels lighter and the sugar is a nice touch of sweet. >> tiny bit of sugar. >> reporter: tell me about the food, what are you supposed to have? >> scones, proper english scones with cream and jam. >> what is that. >> it is deadly. they skim the cream and boil it, let it sit for 24 hours and the cream on that surfaces and then they skim that and then they boil that for another 24 hours. >> oh, wow. cream first and then jam. whoa. you are not shy with that cream. >> just sploj it on. and then take the jam and then
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sploj that on. how's that? cheers. >> cheers. >> reporter: oh, that hits the spot. really does. thank you so much. >> my pleasure. >> reporter: for teaching us all things tea today. cheers. >> here we go. all right. >> bottoms up. >> bottoms up. >> thank you comish. you are going to have scones. what's the difference between scones and a biscuit. scones are from scotland and biscuits are from america. >> just where they are made. i'm eating a biscuit that is made somewhere else. >> uh-huh. come on, man. i'm from the south. this is a biscuit. >> this tea is lovely. >> the accent is not required. right? >> tea time. tea time at "world news now." oh, cheerio. >> is that the only difference? >> oh, thank you to our friends
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at tea and sympathy. what a jolly day. at tea and sympathy. what a jolly day.
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♪ welcome to "insomniac theater". we're checking out two of the top films hitting the box office this weekend. >> let's start with clint eastwood's "american sniper." this has been getting a lot of promotion, a lot of buzz now with the oscar nomination. starring bradley cooper and chris kyle. the most lethal sniper in american history recounting four tours of duty in iraq having saved countless lives he earns the nickname the legend. but one of his most difficult and persistent battles, dealing with life when he gets back home. >> a lot of guys lost more than a leg. >> you lose some friends? >> well, that too but i'm talking about the guys that lived, that made it back but they are just not back. can't seem to get it right. >> yep.
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>> why don't you go to the v.a. sometime. guys would love it. they all know who the legend is. my family thanks you for your service. >> okay. thank you. >> chris kyle is a hallowed name especially among veterans and military families. cooper had his work cut out for him in this role. it paid off. he is now nominated for best actor. "usa today" says cooper embodies kyle's confidence, intensity and vulnerability and jake coyle from ap calls the film a tribute to the warrior and the lament for war. of course a lot of people know kyle was killed after he came back home. something you do all of those tours overseas and come home and get killed. a tribute to him in a lot of ways. up next -- something different. about paddington based on the classic children's book. paddington bear. he makes his way from peru to the u.k. when he arrives, he is ticketed by the brown family while paddington adjusts to british life.
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>> what's your name? do bears even have names? >> of course they do. my name is -- >> whoa, reviews have been good for paddington. it is certified fresh on rotten tomatoes.com. cinema blend says it is one of those amazing films that perfectly blends heart and humor with a giant quantity of whimsy. james rocchi says it sets the bar very high for any and all family films that will come out this year. more importantly you and your kids will love it. looks great. >> simple enough. you and your kids will love it. who cares about reviews. a lot of movies to watch before the oscars. >> we do. >> you haven't seen any yet. i haven't seen any yet. >> we have work to do. >> we have a lot of work. that's the news for this half hour. >> remember to follow us on facebook at wnn fans.com. news for this half hour. >> remember to follow us on facebook at wnn fans.com.
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know more. this morning on "world news now," confronting terror. the takedown in europe involving belgium police and terrorists who just returned from syria. >> certain suspects immediately opened fire with automatic weapons at special forces of the police. >> gunfire and fear in the streets and concerns the crackdown is not over. >> homegrown radical. the fbi sting operation never seen before targeting a wannabe terrorist. it is an abc news exclusive. >> i'm going to put everything on my body. like a real place. maybe the capitol. >> as details emerge about the foiled terror plot in washington. later, superstar snubs. the oscar nominations and who did not get named. the controversy outrage and
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accusations aimed at the academy awards. it is friday, january 16th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> it is friday. >> and? >> happy friday, everyone. saw you loosening your tie. i thought you were -- >> i was straightening. >> i thought it was going to come off for friday. >> i loosen it at the end of the show, the end of a hard day's work. i haven't worked hard yet. we'll get there. glad you could be here with rena ninan, of course. i'm t.j. holmes and it is friday but we have a nervous europe right now. we have to start with this terrorism news. france is hunting for accomplices of the paris terrorists but now belgium police staged a raid near the border with germany that is getting a lot of attention. >> they say they prevented what would have been a major attack. alexander marquardt is there. >> reporter: as night fell, bullets flying in this small
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belgium town, dozens of gunshots, flames filling the windows as police descended on this building in verviers. you can see the flash lights as they went in. the drama unfolding as police tried to serve warrants to terror suspects who recently returned from syria. >> suspects opened fire with automatic weapons at special forces of the police. >> reporter: by the end, two suspects were dead, a third arrested. that assault, one of at least ten anti-terror operations across belgium. officials said terrorists were preparing to carry out major and imminent attacks. brussels, less than two hours from paris, which is of course on high alert. >> you can see the increased security presence in the belgium capital. authorities raised the terror alert level to the second highest for police stations and sensitive buildings like here at the justice ministry. this tiny country now fertile ground for breeding jihadists.
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security officials say more than 350 young men from here have traveled to syria to fight. the concern now, they are coming home. there's no known link between the terror cells in belgium and france and to a large extent that's the worry. this operation's highlighting the growing fears of officials across europe and in the u.s. that this could be the beginning of a new wave of terror. alex marquardt, abc news, brussels. >> five of the paris victims were tlied rest yesterday. two of them were cartoonists at "charlie hebdo". the coffin of one was decorated with cartoons drawn by his friends. speakers of the funeral vow the ideals of the magazine would continue despite the attack on its offices. concerns about home grown terrorists are looming large as we learn more about the several failed plots to unleash death and destruction on american soil. the ohio man arrested on terror charges this week isn't the only one accused of setting his sights on the u.s. capitol.
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abc news obtained video of an fbi sting that ended in the arrest of a would be suicide bomber. here's abc's karen travers. >> reporter: house speaker john boehner says government surveillance program stopped a potential attack on the u.s. capitol. >> it was our law enforcement officials and those programs that helped us top this person before he committed a heinous crime in our nation's capitol. >> reporter: 20-year-old christopher cornell, accused of preparing to storm the capitol with guns and bombs in support of isis and al qaeda. he was arrested moments after he purchased assault rifles and 600 rounds of ammunition at an ohio gun store. abc news got an exclusive inside look at another fbi under cover sting operation. this one targeting a man the bureau believes was a homegrown radical. amine el-khalifi wanted to massacre lawmakers at the u.s. capitol. here he is driving to test a bomb, unaware the men he's with are undercover fbi agents. he thinks they are al qaeda.
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>> i am going to put everything on my body and go inside like a real place, maybe capitol. >> reporter: amine el-khalifi, was arrested two blocks from the u.s. capitol on february 17th, 2012. he had a machine gun and was attempting to put on what he thought was a suicide vest. he pled guilty and is serving 30 years in prison. karen travers, abc news, washington. new overnight, u.s. troops are heading to the middle east to help the syrian opposition the 400 personnel will train the moderate forces. the mission will begin in early spring and will be based in saudi arabia, turkey and qatar. hundreds of additional support personnel are likely. coalition partners are expected to contribute forces to the training program. the u.s. freed five suspected al qaeda fighters. the five men at been at guantanamo military prison in cuba for at least a dozen years. they are down to 122 prisoners at guantanamo bay now. the obama administration wants
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to close the prison but some republican senators want a moratorium on further releases from the detention camps. starting today travel and trade with cuba is easier than the past half century. special permits from the treasury department are no longer required and americans can use their credit cards in cuba and bring back small amounts of rum and cigars. u.s. airlines can fly scheduled routes to cuba. however, there are some restrictions. ordinary tourism is banned. you have to have a specific reason, like sports or journalism or something like that to go but the restrictions have eased a bit. pope francis is urging filipinos to put an end to corruption, poverty and social injustice inflicting their country. tens of thousands of people greeted the pope as he arrived in the philippines and smiled as he made his way around the capital city in his pope-mobile. it's the first papal visit in 20 years to the catholic nation. the pope also made a big announcement regarding his upcoming trip to the u.s.
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he plans to name a saint when he visits in september. he was a franciscan priest who brought christianity to the u.s. in the 1700s. he was known as the apostle of california. counterterrorism and cybersecurity will be at the top of the agenda at the white house today. president obama and british prime minister david cameron are set to meet in the oval office after a less formal working dinner last night. cameron says the two leaders will work on a joint effort to "stay one step ahead of those who seek to attack us." republicans have tapped joni ernst of iowa to deliver the formal response to the state of the union address. she's behind those microphones there. ernst was newly elected in november. first woman to represent her state in congress. she is an iraq war veteran and a lieutenant colonel in the iowa national guard. more importantly, analysts say, she is a fresh face on the national political scene. >> she may need a stepping stool for that speech for the big day. i know. new details about the flu vaccine and the inability to protect people from the virus.
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the cdc says this year's vaccine is only 23% effective. normally 60% or more. production of each year's vaccine starts months in advance and the virus strains mutate. this year it was more than usual. experts say you should still get the shot because 23% is better than no percent. google is going to stop selling its google eye glass device on monday. it is discontinuing it to develop a more affordable version. the explorer edition has been on the market for nearly two years, costing $1500. no word on when it will be back on sale. i never understood what the google glass was. >> i didn't know it was 1500 bucks. >> neither did i. >> i understand why it didn't take off. google glass is coming off the market and a new smart light bulb is about to go on the market. it is designed by cree and it is a 60-watt replacement bulb. here's the thing. it can be controlled by a smartphone app that allows you to turn it on anywhere and do
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other cool stuff like set up a schedule for when it turns off and on. it goes on sale nationwide next month. really, you can't go to the bulb anymore and click and turn it on. >> every night at this hour -- >> this is about to be good. i got to tell you. i'm very upset because i know there is a light in front of my son's bedroom that is on right now that should be off. if i had that smartphone thing i would turn the light off right now. >> why is it on when it should be off? >> people forget. they leave it on. my son likes the light on. >> when you say people, who else is at the house? >> i'm not naming names. >> don't get me in trouble with you know who. >> you don't need a smart bulb, you need a smart husband. >> oh, -- >> go to the hallway and turn it off. >> you better watch out monday morning. somebody may jump up behind you. they are getting fired up in the northwest ahead of the game between the packers and seahawks. >> a short ferry ride from puget sound to seattle they are so
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muhammad ali is back in the hospital said to be receiving followup care related to a urinary tract infection. the former heavyweight champ was admitted earlier this week. he is expected to be released today. he was hospitalized december 20th until last week. he is hoping to celebrate his 73rd birthday at home, which is tomorrow. los angeles judge has revoked chris brown's probation stemming from the 2009 attack on fellow singer rihanna, his girlfriend at the time. the judge said brown did not get permission from his probation officer before traveling last weekend to san jose for a concert where five people were shot and injured. he also failed to complete
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his community service on time. brown was allowed to remain free until a hearing in march. the nfl's new personal conduct policy is being put to the test. indianapolis colts linebacker josh mcnary stands accused of rape. >> as part of the new policy he's been sidelined from this weekend's game. the winner of the game will be heading to the super bowl. abc's ryan smith has the story. >> reporter: indianapolis colts linebacker, josh mcnary dodging cameras. the nfl benching him less than 24 hours after he was charged with rape. >> the colts have advanced -- just as the colts prepare for their biggest game of the season taking on the new england patriots for a shot at the super bowl. >> we place josh on the commissioner's exempt list, which will give him time to take care of things that he needs to take care of. >> reporter: the case against mcnary, a west point graduate, began in december when his accuser met him at a bar. they went to his apartment, where she says they got in to a physical fight and mcnary sexually assaulted her. when police arrived to question
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him, mcnary told them i know why you're here. gesturing to his bed sheets saying i preserved it for you because i knew you would be coming. >> that's why the league had to move quickly and the colts moved quickly to make sure they said this is something we have to take care of and we take this matter seriously. >> mcnary pleaded not guilty. his lawyer says the linebacker unhesitatingly denies all accusations against him. >> reporter: the nfl told us that the case is under review. that's part of the new process under nfl rules, but that review could continue well past the super bowl meaning mcnary's season may likely be over. ryan smith, abc news, new york. >> this is not a superstar player, mainly special teams, back up linebacker but a huge game to determine who will go to the super bowl and this is part of the conversation. nfl did not want this right now. we will see how the new policy works out. >> tough year for the nfl. >> it is. >> the season will be wrapping up now with something of a controversy but maybe the policy will do what it is supposed to do which is get him off the field right now.
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coming up in the next half hour, open season at open houses. thieves helping themselves while pretending to shop for real estate. what they are looking for most. first the oscar nominations are in but this year it is who was left out that has everyone talking. reactions to the academy's decisions from hollywood to the twitter sphere. you are watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations. ions. ♪ i would be the sunlight in your universe ♪ ♪ you would think my love was really something good ♪ ♪ baby, if i could ♪ ♪ change... ♪
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five very happy guys nominated for a best actor oscar yesterday but plenty of folks are feeling left out. >> of course, always. many great films and performances is that for one reason or another don't make the cut. we are "up all nightline" with juju chang. she has this year's oscar snub. >> reporter: if you thought brad pitt was the only thing jennifer aniston and angelina jolie had in common, think again. when it comes to oscar nods many think both were snubbed. aniston in her performance as a drug addict in "cake." >> i am in a lot of pain. >> reporter: jolie's unbroken. failing to get her a look for best director and falling short in the best picture category. >> why would i come? you're not going to win. >> i know that. >> as in a deposition, what to say and what not to say. >> gone girl's chances for best picture also gone. >> not good enough for you.
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>> not even close. >> this is all that we have ever wanted. >> reporter: and no luck for "foxcatcher." >> you have any idea who i am? >> no. >> we must march. we must stand up. >> reporter: and on martin luther king jr.'s birthday, "selma" snubbed. while the director will be on hand at the dolby theater in case the film picks up best picture, she won't be getting a golden man of her own and neither would david oyelowo who starred in the film playing martin luther king jr. the lack of diversity among nominees sparking backlash on twitter. the hashtag oscar's so white. the people behind films that were lucky enough to score nomination like "american sniper" and "birdman" know it is the first step down a long road. leonardo dicaprio has been nominated for best actor four times.
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>> and the oscar goes to matthew mcconaughey. >> reporter: but never won. but the director of one snubbed fan favorite "the lego movie" seems to be keeping his chin up. ♪ everything is awesome ♪ >> reporter: tweeting it's okay, made my own. juju chang, abc news, new york. >> great response by the lego guy to make his lego oscar. that's fantastic. >> pretty funny but i'm looking at the hashtag oscar so white. that's really trending? >> yeah. that was the -- it stood out immediately because last year it seemed to be so diverse. and all of the major categories it seemed to get back to what people criticized that it was so white at the oscars and after diversity last year. >> 12 years a slave. >> a lot of nominations for african-americans and anybody of color it stood out this year it was pretty white. >> we should say the oscars are
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time for "the mix." "price is right" you a fan. >> yeah. >> anything can happen on that show. >> come on down. it can be unpredictable. this is not the funny video. her weird dance. the funny part is the showcase she is about to get. let's roll the sound. >> a new range and a new treadmill. >> okay. he plays it off well, but the announcer there he bites it on the treadmill. he plays it pretty well and he continues to announce. he sits up and continues his job. more power to you. >> he's okay, right. >> he's just fine. in thailand, at an elephant nature preserve. take a look at this. elephants know how to have fun a
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playful muddy hill to slide down on a rainy day. look at that. doesn't matter what your weight is. how big you are. everyone loves to slide down a little muddy hill. time now for a special friday polka. ♪ ♪ politics and foreign wars all the weather all the scores ♪ that's the world news polka ♪ take the rolling way too slow stuff you saw on koppel's show ♪ ♪ that's the world news polka it is late at night you are wide ♪ awake and you're not wearing ♪ ♪ pants ♪ ♪ grab your "world news now" mug and everybody dance♪ ♪ have some fun be a pal every anchor guy and gal do the world news polka ♪ ukulele masters ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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welcome to cook it safe! challenge, where teams compete to make the right decisions about safe food preparations. our challenge in this round -- read and follow package cooking instructions and use a food thermometer. let's see how our teams are doing so far -- team 1? we just got 100 points. we separated our raw food from our cooked food. team 2? we got a 100-point green card for proper hand washing before our meal prep. referee: we've reached a critical safety point in the challenge. okay, team 1 let's check this out. uh-oh, not a safe internal temperature
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for those hamburgers. that puts everyone at high risk for food-borne illness. you get a red card -- undercooked. always read and follow the package cooking instructions and use a food thermometer. let's see how our winning team cooked it safe and avoided problems. well, i just kept focus on the four food safety steps -- clean, separate, cook, and chill. and we followed the package cooking instructions and took the temperature. can you cook it safe?
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this morning on "world news now," deadly raid. police go after a dangerous terror cell about to be on the verge of a major terror attack the frightening takedown, the gunfire and why the crackdown in europe is far from over. terror sting, the takedown never seen before. the fbi operation to arrest a homegrown radical who wanted to bomb the capitol. his frightening plot and how he got busted. medical marvel, surgeons use a 3-d printer to make a model of a girl's broken heart. how the technology made a difference and may have saved her life. and in "the skinny" who is up for an academy award and who was left off the list. the controversial snubs and outrage that is spreading far from hollywood. it is friday, january 16th. >> announcer: from abc news,
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this is "world news now." good morning to you all on this friday. i'm t.j. holmes. >> i'm reena ninan. let's get to the top story. the vigilance and nervousness in europe about terrorism officials in belgium saying they have broken up a major plot to kill police with a series of raids. >> officers were greeted with gunfire at one location. this is near the german border. alex marquardt has the details. >> reporter: the crackle of gun fire. the glow of flames, piercing the darkness in this tiny belgium town of verviers, 80 miles southeast of brussels. >> this group was about to commit terrorist attacks in belgium. >> police were executing search warrants when they were met with a storm of bullets. >> certain suspects immediately opened fire with automatic weapons. >> reporter: terrified residents watching helplessly. i heard three explosions, this man says. two of the suspects were shot dead.
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a third wounded and captured. prosecutors say they were investigating extremists, some of whom had recently returned from fighting in syria. the gun battle is one of at least ten anti-terror operations carried out across belgium. officials say terrorists were preparing to carry out major and imminent attacks. this as europe recovers from last week's terror attacks in paris. the hunt for accomplices in those killings goes on. this operation is highlighting the growing fears of officials across europe and in the u.s. that this could be the beginning of a new wave of terror. alex marquardt, abc news, brussels. >> now for an exclusive look at how the u.s. prevents terror here. abc news obtained video of a similar fbi sting three years ago that also prevented an attack on the u.s. capitol building. undercover fbi agents stayed with a man they believed was a homegrown terrorist even as he went to test a bomb with men he
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thought were al qaeda. i'm going to put everything on my body and i'm going to go inside like a real place, maybe the capitol. >> i'm done. i'm done. my work is done in this life. >> this would be terrorist was arrested just two blocks from the capitol. he's now in prison. the fbi official tells abc news the agency doesn't begin a sting until it is certain the suspect intends to go ahead with his attack. now to another american charged with plotting to attack the u.s. capitol packed with lawmakers. new information is surfacing about the quiet young man from ohio accused of stockpiling weapons and ammunition. here's more from abc's martha raddatz. >> reporter: from his hometown of cincinnati to capitol hill, there's nothing but shock. how did this 20-year-old so-called mama's boy go from this, the clean-cut wrestler, the home body who loved his cat to this, a man the fbi accuses of preparing to bomb the capitol in support of isis and al qaeda terror groups? >> he's not a terrorist and i
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don't appreciate him being painted as a terrorist. >> reporter: but fbi officials who acknowledge they ran a sting on christopher cornell say his plans involved not only detonating bombs at the capitol but then mowing down members of congress with assault rifles and 600 rounds of ammunition he purchased at a gun store moments before his arrest. cornell's parents said the boy was just trying to figure himself out, described as a quiet student who converted to islam last summer. that's when he first appeared on fbi radar after they say he pledged his support to isis on social media under an assumed name. officials believe cornell was the classic lone wolf, but the fbi does believe he was trying to communicate with radicals overseas. although in the end, no one from overseas apparently had anything to do with this. martha raddatz, abc news, washington. the second phase of jury selection is now underway in the
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terror trial of the boston marathon suspect. and the challenges of seating the jury are quickly emerging. at least six jurors say they already believe dzhokhar tsarnaev is guilty. the first man questioned said he would sentence dzhokhar tsarnaev to death and couldn't imagine hearing evidence that would change his mind. first of what will no doubt be many lawsuits to be filed in in the accident in the metro system accident. dozens of passengers were on a train. a woman died from respiratory failure. the plaintiff in the suit rich thought he was going to die and sent a text message to his family. >> i told my mother that i loved being her son and i told my kids i loved being their dad. >> reporter: he and more than 80 other people were taken to the hospital. investigators believe an electrical malfunction was the problem. the lawsuit claims negligence and maintenance and a slow response to the emergency.
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a michigan man has died after his parachute failed to deploy during a jump from a tv broadcast tower. police say josh sheppard was an experienced skydiver and jump instructor, but they add he did not have permission to climb the 1,000-foot tower. he jumped at 5:30 wednesday evening and landed on a snowy field below. a man in canada got the fright of his life driving down the highway. before the video, we should say he's fine. he was traveling near toronto and a tire that had broken loose from another car came right at him. it happened so fast all he could do is duck. the tire struck the top of the windshield and broke the car's sunroof. as we said, the guy is fine. >> new 3-d printing technology may have saved a 4-year-old south florida girl's life. she had already had three open heart surgeries. there she is. doctors in miami were having trouble visualizing what they needed to do in a fourth operation. otherwise, she wasn't going to live much longer. a model of her damaged heart was created which allowed the surgeons to picture the next operation.
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>> what's beautiful about this model is i can position it as though i was standing at the operating table. if i'm at an operating table this is how her heart would be. >> since the operation, the little girl has made good progress. her parents are getting ready to take her home. she is able to walk around and play. her father calls it a blessing. >> there was a lot of buzz when 3-d printers came out, would they be helpful, could people print out guns but the medical technology alone that comes from this. >> you're right. this has been talked about. we see 3-d printing -- i think we saw a car the other day but to see this paying off in such a way, this is fantastic. >> saving a little girl's heart. well, let's check the friday forecast. powerful storm system with rain and mountain snow pounds the northwest, winds may top 70 miles an hour in montana and the first of two storm systems. snow showers in the great lakes. milder in the middle of the country with a january thaw. >> 50s in kansas city, memphis and atlanta.
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40s in seattle and washington, d.c. 62 in denver. 20s minneapolis to detroit. 30s in new york and boston. some rug makers in florida are working to replace a rug at the pinellas county sheriffs office because they made a mistake the first time around. just a minor, a little thing. >> take a look. there it is. >> can you see it? little closer in the middle. it seems fine but little closer in the middle, in dog we trust instead of god. >> the rug was put away when the error was noticed. police are embracing the mistake putting the rug up for auction. bidding starts at 100 bucks and already up to 1100. how long was it down before anyone noticed? >> we don't know but we know the auction ends next wednesday. proceeds will go to the k-9 estates a local rescue there in the pinellas county. apparently the rug was in place for months. months and months before someone noticed the error this past wednesday. >> it is fantastic. >> this isn't far from my hometown of hillsborough county.
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tampa. is this typical for -- >> no. people are observant and they know. >> the difference between dog and god. they usually catch that. it is awesome. "the skinny" coming up. the oscar nominees and some controversial snubs. also a big blooper during the announcement that as of a few minutes ago was still going viral. >> this could have happened to us on this show. come on. >> no way. >> okay. first caught on camera one woman posing as a home buyer stealing jewelry from the seller. the alert going out about thieves that target real estate open houses. you are watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by airborne dual action.
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♪ a retired virginia couple is fighting county officials who want them to move their so-called tiny house out of a mobile home park. tom and karen rogers lived in the park for years in a different structure. they insist months ago the county gave them permission to move their custom built tiny home on the property. it is now going back on its word and it appears they have the full support of their neighbors. >> everyone loves tom and karen's house. when it came in on the tractor-trailer, i think everybody in the neighborhood came and looked at it. >> the county is saying the tiny house is a public safety issue and needs a seal of approval from hud. the rogers who are part of a popular home downsizing movement towards affordable housing say they are being bullied.
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depending on your circumstances house hunting can be fun or painful but for some it is completely different. >> how about a way to make a living as a criminal. thieves are hitting open houses. some sellers are wisely setting up cameras to catch them. here now paula faris. >> an open house can mean open season for thieves. sally wasn't just sizing up the closet space at this maryland home. she was digging for diamonds, cartier watches and precious heirlooms at nine separate open houses, stealing over $82,000 worth of valuables. in l.a., this thief came across a locked drawer full of jewelry, so he quite literally ripped it off, walking out of the open house undetected. >> you are inviting strangers in to your house. take some precautions to protect your valuables. don't leave them open in plain sight. >> reporter: thieves typically look for jewelry, firearms and prescription drugs. who's on the hook? not the realtors who set up the open house. rather the homeowners.
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as for sally, she will spend her next year behind bars and has to pay all of that money back. >> you don't know who these people are. take some common sense steps to make sure the sallies of the world cannot come in and take your property. >> many times thieves arrive in pairs. one will distract the agent while the other quickly steals. the recommendation if you are going to have an open house ask for multiple agents to be present. the more eyes on your belongings and the visitors the better. reena and t.j. >> good advice but it is hard, really hard to keep an eye on everybody coming through. right? >> i remember this story and something like this we had to show our apartment and we couldn't be there. we put our stuff up but if they looked in one particular spot everything was there, all the ipads and laptops, the family heirlooms, one spot. if they had discovered that we would have been in trouble. >> when am i coming to your house? >> tomorrow. >> tomorrow. >> we have been talking about this.
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weekend plans. >> weekend plans, yeah. >> okay. >> we are having people over. come on by. >> great. i love when i get a last-minute invite. >> i'm giving you 24 hour notice. >> it is less than 24 hours it is like eight hours. >> tomorrow is -- saturday. >> saturday. >> i will think about it. i might need to sleep. the academy award stage has been set. which nominee you have never heard of made the biggest splash? and the striptease to the stars that had hollywood going wild. "the skinny" up next. >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from
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♪ skinny so skinny ♪ >> leading us off the major announcement, the oscar nominations. yesterday was a big day and if you haven't heard or need a refresher, let's get to it. the three top categories picks -- >> ladies first. you have to help me with the names. marion cotillard, "two days, one night," rosamund pike, "gone girl," felicity jones, "the theory of everything" reese witherspoon "wild" and julianne moore,"still alice." >> the man best actor nominees include, steve carrel for "foxcatcher", michael keaton for "birdman" and bradley cooper for "american sniper," eddie redymayne for "the theory of everything." one more, benedict cumberbatch for "the imitation game."
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>> i just vote for his name. love that guy. the big one, best picture. eight nominees this year, "american sniper," "imitation game," "birdman," "selma," "boyhood," "the theory of everything," "the grand budapest hotel" and whiplash. >> although it didn't get a nomination for best picture, "selma" was generally considered to be snubbed by the academy and in all other categories. >> the lead of the film the star who played mlk david oyelowo was considered to be a shoe in for the portrayal of dr. king but he was beat out for that nomination yesterday. would you believe just happened to be dr. king's birthday yesterday. >> "selma" director ava duvernay also considered to be snubbed for the best director category was thanking first dr. king and the casting crew her lead actor who she called a miracle. >> of all the nominees one guy who stood out, came out of nowhere. everybody was talking about the
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the star of the announcements came after the academy president cheryl boone isaacs got finished with a pair of tough names and then she got to his name. >> dick poop -- dick pope for mr. turner. >> oh, my. this is so juvenile but pretty funny. >> i was live tweeting this thing and i had to ask. i was on twitter, did i just hear that right. i thought i was tripping because the baby was screaming in the background but i heard it right. poor thing. it happens. >> it happens. yeah. you can sense she immediately knew what she had done. dick pope's name trended on twitter. pope himself is not on twitter and said he would never be on it on something of that level of intelligent conversation. >> makes a great point, though. many of the stars who were nominated and snubbed by the oscars made it out for the critics choice awards. they were treated to a show by yeah, that dude. he picked up another job michael
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strahan showed off at one point his legs. can he keep his clothes on at some point, strahan. come on. >> why if you have a body like that why keep your clothes on. >> you would show your legs off, right. >> he hopes to be nominated next year for his role in "magic mike 2." strahan, you see him there, had no problem for showing off getting into character as gandolf from "the hobbit." even getting approval from angelina jolie. the snubbed lego movie. they ended up winning last night for best animated feature. a little skinny news from the skinny girl herself, bethenny frankel. news that coming soon to her product line will be marijuana. >> yes. the real housewife and former talk show host will develop a strain of cannabis that will in some kind of way not give you the munchies. weed that won't give you the munchies. over the holidays she tweeted from colorado where marijuana is legal, her observation people are walking in to pot stores
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for cooling relief in a snap. julian moore. well, happy friday, everyone. it's been a busy week. it started with the tragic events overseas and the global fight against terrorism. >> we also saw the rise of reena's favorite football player from ohio state. >> 12 gauge. >> and tender moments from some famous folks all in today's "friday rewind." >> we are not afraid. >> we have to be here in the memory of these people, innocent people. >> don't let me go, bring me to school, bring me back. >> your son is afraid to go to school alone? >> yeah. >> because he's a jew. >> he's jewish. of course. >> you wouldn't think cincinnati, ohio, jihadist in the same sentence.
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>> he had just recently converted to islam and he had been talking about it for a few months. he's a good kid. he's been kind of lost. >> gas and smoke just starts piling in and people are freaking out, going everywhere. once we got in the station, we just sprinted for our lives out of there because we had no idea what was happening. we were all so scared. >> right when the sun was going down i was circled by a shark. i have two beautiful daughters. i was hitting that shore. >> finally did it. this is why we all came here to compete and win the national championship and we did it. it was our dream. it came true. >> amal, whatever alchemy that brought us together i couldn't be more proud to be your husband. >> my best friend is kind,
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intelligent, funny, talented, considerate, thoughtful -- did i say kind? he also -- he also happens to be my son, sean. i love you with all of my heart, buddy. >> that was a really poignant moment. >> it was. >> michael keaton. >> keaton and now he is nominated for an oscar. >> he won last night in the people's critics awards. two awards, for best actor and best actor in a comedy. >> "birdman" i have heard a lot about this. now it is getting a lot of buzz. i usually don't see any of the oscar-nominated films before the oscars and i haven't seen any of these yet. >> we will get them for you. >> i have to go through eight. don't forget our facebook page. in case you missed it. all the memorable moments from the past week. >> did you see it? >> i didn't see it. >> i didn't see it.
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ere you headed? uh just gonna hang out. it's a school night. with gary and todd? yea. not sure about those two. i've been meaning to ask you - this is tougher than i thought - is there any drinking going on in this crowd? no. i hope not, because alcohol can lead you to say things and do things you that you really wish you hadn't. isn't this what you're supposed to say? i know. so if any of your buddies ever pressure you to take a drink, just tell them you promised your dad you wouldn't. i'd do anything to keep you safe. ok. i will. i hope this is working. i promise. i love you too dad. they really do hear you. brian? yea? so start the conversation even before they're teenagers. good idea. for tips on what to say visit underagedrinking.samhsa.gov
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making news in america this morning, breaking overnight, several arrests made in connection with a terror attack at a paris supermarket as secretary of state john kerry meets with the president of france. anti-terror raid, investigators unravel what they are calling plans for a major attack. the tiny country where it happened now under the microscope for being a sleeper cell breeding ground. we're live with the latest. caught on camera. head-on collision with a bouncing tire flying down the highway. and awards uproar. 20 acting nominees with one thing in common, the controversy brewing this morning over the oscar nominations. good friday morning,

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