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to bring hot coffee to members of loyalty program. they will also be able to order using the starbucks app. the other will test -- it covers only one building the empire state building. an employee will ride the elevator from the starbucks store. i tried yesterday a latte with coconut milk. i decided to do the paleo diet this week. which means no dairy, no grains and no sugar and the coconut was really good. >> it was good. you said you started it this week but you are going to continue with it? >> i had a little rice pudding. >> you cheated already. >> yeah. >> after a week. >> i was getting grumpy. when you are grumpy and mean to people. >> this is nice today. >> i had a little spoon of rice pudding. >> keep the pudding coming. starbucks deliver coffee but they have been serving up fresh controversy, too. >> it is not what they are putting in their cups that is triggering a debate but what they are putting on them. here's abc's linsey davis. >> reporter: so much for coffee
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talk. starbucks ceo telling shareholders he is standing by his initiative to start a conversation about race asking employees to write "race together" to talk about race relations. >> we have serious problems in this country. we have a void of leadership on a number of areas and all we trying to do as a company is make a positive difference. >> reporter: some think encouraging a conversation about race over their morning cup of joe is over the top. with one person tweeting, this is going to make my usual order of a black americano more eventful. not sure what starbucks was thinking. i don't have time to explain 400 years of oppression to you and still make my train. >> starbucks is not the most or interesting place to have a conversation about race. >> i'm not sure that systemic change will happy talking to your barista at starbucks. >> schultz himself seemed to
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anticipate this may not go down smooth for all of his customers. >> what we anticipated is there would be an emotional reaction because this is a seriously emotionally charged issue. >> reporter: despite the social media fire storm, starbucks is not backing down. this national campaign has already launched nationwide. linsey davis, abc news, new york. >> okay. >> we are saying the same thing here. good for you. make people uncomfortable. talk about race. not getting anywhere when race comes up in this country. get uneasy, folks. >> does it make people feel uncomfortable. >> clearly it did. people don't like the idea at all. >> what do you do if you are writing something on a coffee cup, how does that get the conversation going? >> gets you thinking, interesting, baristas get you talking, next thing you know you find something in common. the possibility of doing it that way versus somebody on television, some leader doing something.
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>> did you have coffee today? >> i did not. >> this is natural t.j. >> just me. >> march madness or just madness t.j. >> i'm in a place today. okay? a good place. >> take us to another place. >> something less controversial now, it's chicken day. national poultry day. did we just go from race to poultry? oh, noel. threw his hands up. >> he's walking away. >> celebrating the fanfare of the feathered fowl. we will check out the classic dish herb brine roasted chicken. and the hidden danger lurking in the basement of thousands of american homes and one family's close call. you are watching with "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations
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♪ ♪ if you haven't checked the calendar yet it is march 19th and that can only mean one thing, t.j. has been talking about it, national poultry day. >> do you think that if you say march 19th people will go -- ah. that's why we're here. >> they may know it in arkansas, the home of tyson chicken. >> is that really the home of tyson chicken? >> we couldn't resist talking about chicken this morning. one of the most classic chicken dinners easier to make than you think. tina trinh is in our "insomniac kitchen." >> reporter: hey, insomniacs. we are at county restaurant in new york city. we have a treat for you today. with we are making a classic roasted chicken. i'm here with chef john. you show us how to do with this with a brine.
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i think a lot of people forget to brine the chicken but it makes a huge difference. >> one is giving it flavor and keeping moisture. two cups of salt to two gallon of water and add sugar, please. >> basil. fresh thyme. >> all in. >> right in. >> lemon cut, you don't squeeze it or do anything. the peel of the lemon, there's natural oil will give it extra flavor. the chicken will taste like lemon and all of the stuff in there. >> yum. >> i have a chicken here. i got the whole thing and make sure to submerge. >> taking a bath. ♪ >> you can brine two to 24 hours, depends how heavy your bird is. >> we took the chicken out of
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the brine. >> here we have stuffing which is butter and black truffle. and then you are ready to stuff. >> feels dirty. >> push it in. >> when we are done we can tie it. >> we will put this in the oven for how long? >> first 450 for 20 minutes. >> 20 minutes at 450. >> yes. and then let it rest 20 minutes and then cut it. >> eat it. >> great. ♪ here's the masterpiece roasted chicken. looks gorgeous. bon appetit. >> it's so moist. really good. thank you so much. >> thank you. >> yeah. yeah. >> what do you think. >> pretty good. the herb, whatever they did to it is good. >> on a scale of one to ten, ten being the -- >> it is good and free to the show it is a ten.
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that's promo code "go." call now! been trying to get you that, reena. >> what? >> march madness. >> trying to get you in to this. >> i'm going to read an article and get up to speed. >> i get excited. look at this fan. this explains everything. he's excited about his team. they are winning the game. oh! >> oh! >> that's my man. diaz jr. so excited about his louisiana tech team pulling off a win he rips his shirt off like the incredible hulk. >> good for him. >> one problem, his team is in the n.i.t. it means they didn't make it to the ncaa tournament, the big dance. they are at the little bitty dance but he's still excited. >> did he just find out at this moment he didn't make it. >> he was at the game. he knew they didn't make it. but still excited.
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>> this man is how you are inside. at least he's willing to show it. that is what is going on inside of t.j. holmes during march madness. >> razorbacks play today. >> tomorrow. >> you might see some of this going on. >> what about during the show tomorrow. >> not going to happen during the show. >> we're not really interested. cereal in the morning. >> yeah. >> >> one artist here in new york city look at her work. sara -- decided to turn cereal in to artist. >> taylor swift. >> yeah. beyonce, taylor swift there. there's beyonce. so she has taken corn flakes. one of her favorites. >> who's that? >> that one i believe is -- >> is it gaga, madonna? who did you say? >> gaga. >> looks different. she has a mole on her chin. maybe a speck. >> that is lionel ritchie.
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>> stevie wonder. >> who's blind. >> sorry. >> oh, boy. i'm going to have a little coffee. apparently she uses corn flakes, different cereals and wants to do adam levine in fruity pebbles. i mistook lionel ritchie for stevie wonder. >> that's awesome. >> i'm going to take another -- >> all right. one more thing to show you here. perfume, different scents, women are in to their p.m. perfume. how many do you keep? >> i have a bottle or two. >> add one to your collection. there it is. burger king -- it is called flame grilled. what would you imagine it smells like if it is from burger king. >> it is whopper scented. this is in japan. they are supposed to release it april 1st, some suspect it is an april fool's joke but you can put it on your shelf and smell like a whopper. >> do people want to smell like flame broiled hamburger?
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this morning on "world news now," horrifying attack on terrorists open fire at a museum. most of the victims international tourists on vacation. museums here at home tightening security. full details ahead. deadly rampage. new details about the suspect behind bars in arizona them rampage included a carjacking and home invasion. police are now piecing this all together. home danger. a boil explodes through the wall of a home. the young children playing in that room moments before. what you should know about keeping you and your family safe. 50 years later our own diane sawyer revisits the scene of "the sound of music" looking at that mountain top twirl. she has it down. she is getting julia andrews and christopher plummer to spill some secrets. that's ahead in "the skinny" on this thursday, march 19th.
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good morning to you all on this thursday. i'm t.j. holmes. >> i'm reena ninan. >> we have to begin this half hour, deadly attack on tourists in a museum of all places. in north african country of tunisia. >> we are feeling the effect in museums in our country and security on high alert. >> u.s. offering tunisia assistance in dealing with the deadliest attack on civilians in 13 years. deadliest attack on civilians in karen travers reports. >> reporter: a terrifying scene in tunisia and a manhunt underway after a shooting rampage at the national bardo museum in the capital of tunis. the prime minister called it a cowardly terrorist operation. he said the gunmen were wearing military uniforms carrying assault rifles when they arrived. when the tourists got off buses to enter the museum, the gunmen
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began firing. people scrambled for cover, desperately trying to flee the chaos. the attackers pursued them and followed some inside. among the dead are tourists from italy, germany, spain and poland. two gunmen were also killed. tunisia's parliament building is located next to the museum. during the siege, lawmakers there were on lockdown. as they huddled inside a stairwell, they broke out in to song. their nation's anthem. tunisia's government says some 3,000 tunisians have joined islamic state fighters in syria and iraq, but the state department would not speculate about any connections to the terror group. >> there have been no claims of responsibility so we're not going to draw conclusions at this point. >> tunisia's prime minister said there is a search underway for an additional two or three possible suspects. t.j., reena. >> karen, thank you so much. the pentagon now confirming a senior member of an extremist group accused of planning the
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kenya mall attack two years ago has been killed. a drone strike hit a vehicle carrying adnan garar killing him. he was a key operative for the group al shabaab. he is accused of helping to plan the 2013 attack on a mall in kenya that left 67 people dead. learning the details about the suspect in a deadly rampage outside of phoenix. police in mesa identified the man as ryan giroux an ex-convict who served three stays in state prison and a member of violent racist group called hammer skin nation. police say the rampage began with a dispute at a motel. when it was over there was a home invasion and a carjacking. the state department joining the japanese police investigation in to death threats against caroline kennedy, the u.s. ambassador to japan. >> threats were made by phone to the u.s. embassy in tokyo. martha raddatz has details. >> reporter: the threats made by telephone, directly to u.s. embassy in tokyo, "i will kill ambassador kennedy," the male
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caller reportedly said in english. >> we take any threats to u.s. diplomates seriously. we take every step possible to protect our personnel. >> reporter: caroline kennedy is the most well known u.s. ambassador in the world, who's always eager to get out among the japanese people as she told abc's jonathan karl last year. >> people notice you when you are out in your running clothes jogging? that depends how fast or slow i'm moving. >> reporter: the threat against caroline kennedy happened last month, before the attack on a u.s. ambassador to south korea focused new attention on security for american diplomates when ambassador mark lippert was slashed by the knife-wielding man, the only person protecting him was one unarmed local police officer. as for ambassador kennedy, a senior state department official tells abc news that the tokyo police provide an armed security detail for her.
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martha raddatz, abc news, washington. now to the federal reserve. and indications it may raise interest rates but not right away. that seemed to catch investors by surprise. suggesting a rate increase maybe further off than many assumed. stock prices jumped with the dow closing up 227 points. a look at the weather. off and on showers in the southeast. rain moving northward late in the day. heavier rain in the southern plain s and texas. showers in the southwest. snow in the rockies as much as six inches. high temperatures in the low 50s for denver, kansas city, minneapolis, chicago and washington, d.c. the low 60s for billings, seattle, albuquerque and salt lake city. a high of 78 today in los angeles. let's go to san francisco where the cathedral there is backing down after outrage over the use of sprinklers to deter the homeless. homeless folks often like to sleep in the church's covered doorway to protect themselves from the elements. if you look directly above, you'll see there is a spout and
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that sprayed water on them while they slept. critics pointed out this is not very charitable. the church says it will remove that sprinkler. target is agreeing to pay up to $10 million for data breach. the plan will be presented to a federal judge this morning. anyone who can show actual harm from the data breach would be with eligible to up $10,000. an invasion of privacy isn't likely to result in an award. target is also extending the returns policy. customers will have up to a year to bring back certain store brand items. >> what? >> yeah, up to a year. i always thought they had a lenient policy, like 90 days. >> wow. >> they can do that with items from a gift registry. bed, bath and beyond is tightening their return, however. customers who don't have a receipt will be penalized 20% and only get store credit or an exchange. i hate when that happens. >> whole year. what could you have for a year
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and be in the package and receipt. >> let me tell you the things i have. >> that you would have a receipt for after a year? >> yeah, i like to keep any receipts just in case. >> i have to see your place. some of the stories you tell about what is going on in that house. >> you always say this to me every night. >> the ninan household. as you know today is the first full day of march madness. >> oh, really? didn't know. >> yeah. gets underway just after noon eastern time today. you have a little time to fill out your brackets. the president has been doing this every year. espn and andy katz started to do this a few years back. they continue to do it. he fills it out in front of espn cameras as the presidential back bracket there. his final four, kentucky, arizona, villanova and duke and listen to this bold decision. he is pick ing kentucky to win it right. >> has he ever been right. >> no one gets them all right. >> he got the national champion once before. >> once.
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>> i say kentucky is the no brainer. they are going in to this thing 34-0. >> what do you say the president of the united states got the no brainer right? >> it wasn't a bold choice. everybody is picking kentucky. >> i wouldn't have picked kentucky. >> who's your champ? >> i'm all about the florida teams, remember. >> which one? >> i'm at a memory loss. >> out of what teams are in florida. i can't do with this with her right now. the field of 64 is complete now. they start with 68 now. they had the first four if you will. last night, robert morris fell behind north florida a florida team, down 13 in the second half. a man by the name of lucky jones and the rest of the colonials won the game and now get duke tomorrow night. then dayton playing on their home court. it just kind of worked out that way. they are playing against boise state for the last place in the field of 64. flyers undefeated at home this
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season. they wowed the crowd which is pretty much all of the dayton flyers game. it was fantastic. next up they have to take on providence tomorrow night. not too far away but that was the last play you are seeing there. some controversy there, should that have been a call. >> why do they give you the sports to read today? >> because it's march madness and this is not your thing. it's just not. >> guess what, i do have sports. >> iditarod. that's a sport. >> i have dog racers. >> do that sportscast. do it. >> enjoy some indoors today. sporting events and that's another -- there you go. look at this. early yesterday, crossed the finish line in nome, alaska winning the race for the third time in four years. it earned him 70 grand and a new pickup truck. in second place his father who
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won two of these awards. >> she desperately wants to work for "sports center." >> i really do. >> it's adorable. >> i think espn is missing out. >> i think so too. >> i really do. they need a little reena perspective. >> i'm with you. i agree. >> you just want to see me implode. now to a different journey, this involving a cat named kevin. >> an orange tabby here used to live in south carolina but the owner hasn't seen him in a year. kevin is a lucky, well-traveled guy apparently. >> he was found in the back of a u-haul truck at california's border with arizona. a microchip led to his owner. see those microchips are important. kevin hasn't said where he's been. >> glad it worked out. >> yeah. coming up in "the skinny," the biebs and madonna share their darkest secrets. and the danger that could be lurking in your basement. the extra risk every family faces when they use a boiler to heat their homes. did you see that? one disaster in washington
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♪ it's o ♪ it's one of the biggest fears of those who live in older homes or apartments, the boiler overheating and even exploding. >> the fears exploded in to terrifying reality for one family in washington state when their boiler turned in to a bomb. near now abc's neal karlinsky. >> reporter: the close call of a lifetime. the freak explosion which blasted nails and super-heated steam across what used to be a children's play room was caused by the home's boiler. watch again. not only did an entire wall blowout but upstairs you can see a second camera shake before a nanny runs to get a 1-year-old in a crib right above the explosion. chris and his 3-year-old son were in that play room just minutes before. chris showed us what is left of the boiler. how lucky do you feel that your
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family is in one piece? >> pretty lucky. >> reporter: more than 10 million homes have boilers and 110 million have hot water heaters. that can also explode if the pressure builds too high. relief valves need to be checked annually. >> this is our pressure relief valve on this boiler. to test it you flip this lever and you can hear some water discharge you know it is working. if it is rusted shut you have a bomb. >> reporter: remarkably in this case, no one was hurt, but just barely. neal karlinsky, abc news, bellingham, washington. >> scary stuff. >> the video is incredible. >> really incredible. isn't it, yeah. there are warning signs, leaks, cracks, clunking, noises, like black sooty marks. yeah. look at that video. incredible. it preys on your fears. i worry sometimes this could happen. >> never think about it but there's the evidence, it happens. when we come back, julie andrews and christopher plummer
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spill secrets to diane sawyer. and madonna and justin bieber are spilling secrets as well on "ellen." "the skinny" is next. >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc st
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♪ skinny so skinny ♪ >> time now for "the skinny." what a night it was last night. big revelations too from "the sound of music."
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>> a special edition of "20/20," "the sound of music," diane sawyer recreating the mountain scene. there she is. it took julie andrews a her crew an entire week to film that scene. they used a helicopter to do it. diane sawyer and her crew did it in 30 minutes, using a drone. man, times have changed. did you know that christopher plummer could do this? ♪ that's awesome. >> i had no idea. we also learned plummer and andrews were dealing with dissolving marriages at the time. were there any romantic sparks? >> did you have a crush on christopher plummer? >> we sort of did. we were never an item, as they say, but now we are the best of friends. we became the best of friends and that's lovely. yeah. probably because we weren't an item.
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>> we should have ended up together. we should have had a huge smashing affair but there was no time and julie had her children with her. most inconvenient i thought. >> most inconvenient. >> i love that line. should have had a smashing affair. he says it so delicately. >> after the movie was released in 1965, the real maria von trapp corrected julie andrews yodeling on her own show. ♪ [ yodelling ] >> please don't. i just knew you were going to come out yodelling. >> i withheld myself but you are upping the ante. >> no. ♪ [ yodelling ] >> that was better. the other one -- that's why i was nervous. that was good. i can't remember how it went. liza minnelli now. she is on the mend.
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did you know? >> the 69-year-old oscar, golden globe, tony and emmy award-winning actress and singer checked in to a rehab facility for substance abuse. >> she's been waging a decades long battle with addiction and her spoke s person says she is making excellent progress at an undisclosed facility. good luck to her. and secrets spilling on ellen. >> she had two high octane guests on her show yesterday, madonna and justin bieber in the same show. they played a little game of "never have i ever." >> never have i ever had -- [ laughter ] >> -- sex with two different people, with more than two different people in one day. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> i mean two different people in a day, madonna. >> here's the thing, i want it
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to be special for my wife. >> oh, i don't buy that. >> wow. who knew? the game surprisingly made bieber look a little straitlaced, if you can believe that. >> he said he turned over a new leaf. he's 21 now. a new mature biebs. good luck to you, brother. we couldn't resist sharing an image with you. this wasn't my idea but we still wanted to show this picture. >> okay. fresh off the announcement she is retiring from the cat walk that is supermodel gisele bundchen. took to instagram to thank her followers with a post from a sandy beach. >> what are you looking at, noel, what were you doing? >> resolution. >> okay, yeah. our floor director disappeared for a second and was peeking at a monitor when we put the picture up. he said he is checking the resolution to make sure everything is okay. a kiss in your heart. great to be gisele. good for her. great to be ryan phillippe. >> teen heart throb all grown up
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♪ okay. many of us know actor ryan phillippe as the teen heart throb in "i know what you did last summer" "gosford park." >> i love that "i know what you did last summer." he is playing dad in a drama "secrets and lies." rachel smith takes us behind the scenes. >> reporter: it is former teen heart throb ryan phillippe grown up like you have never seen him before. as a suburban dad, prime inspect the murder of a 5-year-old boy in an abc whodunit, "secrets and lies." his character may or may not be
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a killer. >> even though he maintains his innocence, he is making choices a guilty person may make. >> on his trail, trying to crack the case is juliette lewis the hard charging police detective. >> this is a crime scene. >> i joked with people, i haven't smiled in four and a half months. >> in real life, phillippe has three kids, two with ex-wife reese witherspoon. he wasn't sure he could play parent on the big screen. >> i felt i was way too young. >> really? >> even though i have a 15-year-old daughter, on the series i have a 17-year-old, i still get carded for drinks if i buy -- >> oh, my gosh what a tough problem to have. >> he is famous for starring with reese witherspoon playing bad boy sebastian. >> i have been informed of your bad boy reputation. >> what have you heard? >> reporter: now the roles are reversed. you go to a party to get your older daughter out of the party. i'm thinking, this is the ryan
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ten years ago would have been in the party. >> i'm like am i really doing the scene, the dad pulled the daughter out of the party scene. that was crazy for me. >> reporter: as the season continues, more plot twists are a definite. even the detective herself isn't safe. >> by the ninth and tenth episode, we get a little bit of her personal life. the show is called "secrets and lies" and we learn that everybody has them. >> even detective cornell? >> exactly. >> terrible job. >> reporter: for "nightline," i'm rachel smith in los angeles. >> ryan told rachel he thinks he got the part partially because he's a dad in real life. >> i haven't checked this out yet. >> you should. >> "secrets and lies." >> don't miss our updates on facebook at wnnfans.com. >> more news on abc. stay with us. >> announcer: this is abc's "world news now" informing insomniacs for two decades. two decades.
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good morning. i'm reena ninan. >> i'm t.j. holmes here are some of the headlines we are following on "world news now." a white supremacist who has the word "skin head" tattooed on his face is accused of killing one and wounding five others. details ahead. health crisis at a high school in kansas. two dozen cases of tuberculosis have been diagnosed at a school students and staff members were tested after coming in contact. >> those who can prove harm from the target store's data breach could receive up to $10,000. the retailer is agreeing to pay $10 million to fund settlements. 80th anniversary of monopoly. it initially sold for $2. since then there have been 300 special editions of the game, even one for "frozen." those are some of our top stories on this thursday, march
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19th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> thank you for spending time with us on this thursday morning. we have to start out in arizona this half hour. new details about the suspect in the shooting rampage there. >> he is identified as 41-year-old ex con with a long record. look at ryan giroux's mug shot. there are numerous tattoos including one which reads "skin head." with more on the shooting, here's abc's kendis gibson. >> reporter: a terrifying day outside of phoenix, a city on lockdown, a gunman on the loose. it started at this motel. >> we know there was some type of argument or they possibly knew each other. >> the shooter fleeing to this restaurant on a high school campus shooting a student in the shoulder and stealing a car. >> it is weird to know it happened outside of our door.
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>> gray honda accord. the suspect is armed with a handgun. >> the gunman drives to this apartment complex breaking in to an apartment and shooting two more people. >> at this point, if you could stay indoors that would be great. if you don't have to be anywhere stay home. >> reporter: s.w.a.t. from multiple departments with guns drawn going door to door searching for the shooter. finally the suspected shooter captured, police leading him out wearing a white hazmat suit after the mesa county s.w.a.t. team used a taser to apprehend him. >> residents can feel safe and go back to their lives. >> reporter: this is where they led him out. as you can see it is an active crime scene. residents are breathing a sigh of relief. >> that is kendis gibson reporting there. a fallout from shooting rampage overseas felt in the u.s. security beefed up at new york city museums and other cities following a deadly attack on tourists at a popular museum in tunisia. 20 people were killed yesterday, including 17 tourists when two gunmen opened fire. the gunmen were among the dead. search for possible accomplices
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continues. this was the north african country's deadliest attack against civilians in 13 years. virginia's governor ordered an investigation in to accusations of police brutality in the arrest of a college student left bloodied in the takedown. supporters gathered on the campus demanding justice for that student. wric reporter parker slaybaugh was there. >> reporter: it's a scene playing out across the country. chanting for an end to police brutality. that message meaning more than ever here on the uva campus after many claim one of their own, martese johnson, now the latest victim of excessive force. >> we are spending millions of dollars on that security. we all saw those pictures. martese was not safe. it does evoke the question of, who are those people they are
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meant to protect? >> reporter: johnson seen in this video from tuesday night on the ground with several police officers trying to arrest him. blood can be seen dripping from his face, moments later a booking photo. johnson charged with obstruction of justice without force and public swearing or intoxication. >> he's a good friend. i was very upset about what happened. i wanted to see what the school was going to say about it and show love and support. >> reporter: many at this rally say they are disturbed by what they watched, including the university's own president teresa sullivan. >> i hate to see anything bad happen to any of my students. whether it is on the football field or in a case like this. it just -- my heart went out to him. i thought how i would feel if i were his mother. >> reporter: an attorney for johnson released a statement that read in part "i have spoke on the him several times and he is absolutely devastated by these events. " >> thank you for that story. want to turn now to the air force vet from new jersey accused of trying to join isis. >> he appeared in federal court
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yesterday pleading not guilty. abc's elizabeth hur has more. >> reporter: with his hands behind his back and his attorney by his side, tairon pugh pleaded not guilty in federal court. prosecutors accused the 47-year-old seen in this facebook photo of plotting to travel to syria to join the islamic terrorist group isis. in a letter to his wife, he allegedly wrote i am a mujahid. i am a sword against the oppressor. i will use the talents given to me by allah. to establish and defend the islamic states. pugh's former landlord is in disbelief. >> he seemed like a nice guy. >> reporter: according to investigators the u.s. military vet was determined to become an enemy of the state. they claim 180 jihadi videos, including isis execution videos were found on pugh's computer. court documents indicate he had been on a long road to the dark side.
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the former u.s. air force mechanic left the military in 1990 after four years of service and converted to islam in 1998 becoming increasingly radical in his belief. he was even investigated, although not charged in 2001 when a co-worker at american airlines reported that pugh had expressed sympathy for osama bin laden. >> here you have cooperation between the turks, egyptians and the united states to make sure this individual didn't get in to syria. >> reporter: pugh is due in court in may. if convicted, he could spend up to 35 years in prison. reena, t.j.? >> the u.s. state department is joining the japanese police investigation in to death threats made against ambassador caroline kennedy. spokeswoman said they would not offer specific details about the steps taken in the kennedy case but says the u.s. takes threats to american diplomates seriously and the death threats were made by phone to the u.s. embassy in tokyo. israeli prime minister
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benjamin netanyahu is now beginning to form a new government. it follows his party's decisive victory in the elections. netanyahu is expected to form a more conservative, religious government time. but the obama administration is concerned about the divisive language used in his campaign which would seem end to the peace process. growing demands from democrats for an immediate vote on loretta lynch as the next attorney general. senator majority leader mitch mcconnell is holding up lynch's nomination until the senate finishes work with on a bill to combat human trafficking. he made comments related to rosa park when he accused republicans of putting lynch's nomination in the back of the bus average motorcycle ist arrested in southern california after leading police on a wild chase. along the way he was seen standing on his bike at high speed. moments later he pulled in to a gas station and taken in to custody.
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i need you to hear me out before you call and complain to abc when i say this. this was the warmest winter on record. >> give us a break. even my coanchor is not with me. this is according to the federal government which you know you can trust. it said last month was the second warmest february on record, as well. this wasn't the case in 23 states where february was the coldest ever. but check this out. it is just the record high temperatures in the rest of the country made up for some of the eastern deep freeze. when you average it on out, the places that were warmer were much warmer than the places that were colder -- we were just in a cold place. >> that does not, no. no. all of america will tell you, the study is not balanced well. >> it's -- look. >> by feeling and emotion. >> we don't go by feeling. we go by facts. >> not scientific studies but feeling and emotion. >> let's go with facts and
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science around here. speaking of, let's go with weather now. you may not believe me on this either. right? chilly in the northeast today. cooler in the south. the midwest and west will have mild weather. watch for rain in the south and in particular texas. showers in the southwest. >> boston's high above freezing. new york about 43. high of 52 minneapolis. 65 memphis. new orleans hitting 80. dallas almost as warm. 62 seattle and 78 los angeles. president obama maybe likes the idea of mandatory voting. during a visit to cleveland, he said if everyone voted the political map would change according to what people want rather than how much money is thrown at a candidate or issue. he said mandatory voting would make the process easier, rather than more difficult. i'd love to see someone try this. >> how do you? >> it's a shame that you have to force people to do something that people fought and literally died for them the right to do in the first place but you have the right to do it and also the
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right to not do it. >> so you are not going to force people come to the polls. >> how do you force them, tax them, a penalty if you don't show up at the polls. you shouldn't have to force people to vote. >> say you can't get your tax rebate back. >> see those lines outside around the corner to vote. >> right. what do you do if you have to pay the federal government. another story. prince charles and camilla were meeting with president obama. that is at the white house. yesterday the royal couple visited the lincoln memorial where they spoke to tourists during a stop at the martin luther king memorial. they were met by jesse jackson and congressman john lewis. charles spoke to an environmental group about plastic waste in the world's oceans. let's presume charles and camilla weren't doing much twitter these days, twittering. >> did you say twittering? >> yeah. i like to turn it in to a verb. for anyone familiar with the account devoted to a florida man -- are you familiar with
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this? >> no. this is your state, your guy. >> sure is. >> all right. florida man. dedicated to the world's worst super hero. all of that by way of introducing now florida man beer. what is this florida man thing about? >> it is florida man double ipa. it is a cider brewing in tampa, cigar city brewing in tampa. >> this is your home. >> tampa is my hometown, yeah. it is available right now at their tasting room and will be available in stores. >> somebody explain the florida man thing to me? >> the florida man thing, he's gotten big headlines. he's #florida man on twitter. >> just does silly stuff. >> yeah, kind of crazy. >> your people. >> yeah. your people. >> yeah. >> florida. >> i love my florida. >> i love my arkansas. >> your arkansas. >> arkansans. >> let's move on.
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>> all right. coming up, crackdown on university campuses across america. what's fueling the latest rash of campus outrage. what are your kids eating these days the new alarm that is giving many young americans a failing grade. you are watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by colonial penn life insurance.
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colleges and universities are redoubling efforts across america are cracking down on what they say is bad behavior by their students. >> the latest boiling over at penn state which suspended one of its fraternities. linzie janice has the story. >> reporter: members of the kappa delta rho fraternity under criminal investigation by police. still living in their frat house but their chapter suspended. at the house, no comment. investigators sifting through
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dozens of posts made to a private fraternity facebook page. some of them allegedly photos of nude women, passed out or sleeping. others apparently showing drug deals and hazing rituals. authorities are considering criminal charges. >> they have been described to me as very graphic offensive, appalling. >> reporter: also the university of houston suspending a different fraternity, sigma ki for an indefinite period of time as police investigate possible criminal hazing activities and the sigma alpha epsilon fraternity whose university of oklahoma chapter was kicked off campus after members were filmed singing this racist chant. ♪ >> reporter: saying their investigation in to chapters at other campuses continues. they are setting up a confidential hotline. back here at penn state, police say criminal charges could include invasion of privacy and harassment and those charges
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could escalate if more evidence comes to light. linzie janis, abc news, state college, pennsylvania. coming up, kids and their not so healthy eating habits. >> new alarms one study is raising about the health of our nation's children and tips how to get your kids back on the right track. >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our ab
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seems like every week these days we hear how bad kids' diets are and unfortunately you are
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about to hear more of this. >> a new study is raising alarms and giving us fresh hope it is not too late to get your kids on track. here's abc's mara schiavocampo. >> reporter: kid food faves. >> mac and cheese. >> doughnuts, french fries and burgers. >> reporter: picky palates can make healthy choices tough. >> hard to get my son to eat healthy. if he had his way he would eat pop tarts and doughnuts all day long. >> reporter: a new study suggests that kids who eat their heart out today could develop heart disease tomorrow finding nutrition in early life may have long-term influences in cardiovascular health in adulthood. >> it is never too young to think of heart health. >> reporter: the study looked at 9,000 kids and their body mass index, blood pressure, cholesterol and diet. finding 40% of kids 6 to 11 had intermediate to poor cholesterol levels and fewer than 1% of children 5 to 11 had ideal diets.
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>> kids are eating too much sugar, too much fat and too much salt. what does that do? that increases their risk of diet-related chronic illnesses as early as 2 years old. >> reporter: experts say expect to expose kids to new foods about ten times before they will try them. start with mild flavors like cucumbers, bell peppers and grapes and be creative. >> you are making it festive and fun. >> that's the key, right fun and festive so it gets eaten. >> reporter: healthy snacks today for a healthy heart tomorrow. mara schiavocampo, abc news, new york. >> people don't realize breads, pastas they have a lot of added sugars in them. my dentist told my kids this week they need to stop eating gummy bears. >> they need to stop or did the dentist tell the mama to stop giving it to them. >> their teeth are good but the dentist wanted to reiterate the the lollipops and gummi bears.
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♪ nearly every day on nearly every network morning show there is a segment focuses on health, nutrition or working out. >> believe it or not that was the always the case. our national obsession with getting in shape with gyms and health clubs didn't take off until the '80s. >> in 1985 year where our parents first caught the craze. >> you want to get in shape, think a health club might be the west way to do it. listen to john stossel our consumer reporter. >> the first thing to know about
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health clubs is they'll probably try to get you to sign up for a year or longer. some will offer incredible savings to do it. signing up for the long term is probably a bad move. half of the people that signed up for one year memberships never showed up. if everyone who paid showed up for the full term it would be so crowded you would never get in the door. the next question is, which club to join? if atmosphere is important, you may want to join one of those chrome gyms with the juice bar. this guy even has a doorman. the elegance won't flatten your stomach but important if it keeps you coming back. avoid a club that offers body wraps or muscle stimulators. as for body wraps, all they do is squeeze water out of you. the effect is temporary. you will regain any weight as soon as you eat or drink. how do you know if the staff knows what it is doing? it may not know. if you join a ymca or a gym like this you have protection because most of their instructors have had training in phys-ed.
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at other places you have no idea. no license is required. it's an important issue because a lot of people get injured. aerobic dancing is the leading cause of fitness-related injuries according to the "journal of physician and sports medicine." almost all of the clubs we surveyed offered aerobic dance classes because more of you are asking for them. and you may want to inspect for cleanliness, some places i checked out, no this place but some were just gross. the most important thing to remember if it took you years to get out of shape it will take slow, steady work to get in to shape. >> thank you, john. new and different exercise products after this. >> oh, that was with "gma" social square in 1985. >> hair was awesome. >> pretty good. >> workout places, super soul cycle and stuff like that. so different. >> wonder what they will say about us in 20 years. >> your hair will still be in style. >> thank you. years. >> your hair will still be in style. >> thank you.
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this morning on "world news now," international terror. tourists targeted a museum in tunisia. the gunmen killing 19 people and wounding many others in the heart of the capital city. most of the victims from countries around the world. campus outrage. protests overnight at the university of virginia sparked by a video of an african-american student injured as officers take him down outside of a bar. the governor now calling for an investigation in to excessive use of force. generation overshare them study suggesting it is harmful to our children to include them in social media. everything from their self esteem to their safety is at stake. how can we resist posting that next great pic? it is thursday, march 19th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now."
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good morning, everyone. i'm reena ninan. >> i'm t.j. holmes. what an awful way we have to start off here. the horror we are seeing in tunisia. >> a horrific attack. it was on tourists visits a museum. >> the tourists scrambling for cover. armed security taking on the attackers while they are trying to get out. fallout felt in the u.s. this morning. we are seeing increased security at many famous museums. abc's brian ross picks up the story for us. [ sirens ] >> reporter: the attack came just after 12 noon as tunisian security forces if scrambled to respond. tourists inside the crowded bardo museum ran for their lives, some shielding their children as the two gunmen approached with heavy-duty weapons. some tourists hid in the galleries behind priceless antiquities. this french tourist described how police ordered them to run, run, run. when we left the museum she said we saw dead bodies including tourists from poland, germany, spain and italy, most cast
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massacred as they got off a tour bus that brought them from a cruise ship. the parliament building was put on lockdown as defiant lawmakers sang the country's national anthem. the prime minister said the two gunmen were killed and police are searching now for two or three more who may have been accomplices. the location of the attack at the bardo museum also raised alarms that other museums an the world could become terror targets. it was just last month that isis destroyed priceless centuries old antiquities at a museum in mosul iraq and they said other museums including those in the u.s. need to be on high alert. >> they have to think now is isis going after cultural heritage, after museums and is
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our museum, could our museum be next? >> reporter: isis made repeated threats to attack tunisia but authorities believe this attack was carried out by another terror group. whoever is responsibility the effects are being felt around the world and here in the u.s. with extra security assigned to two top new york city museums. brian ross, abc news, new york. >> an ex con with a long recorder is in custody charged in a deadly shooting rampage in phoenix. police released this mug shot overnight. that is ryan giroux. you see neck tattoos there and the words "skin head" are where his eyebrows should be. they say he killed a man during an argument at a motel and wounded five others in an hours long rampage that included a carjacking and home invasion a lot of buildings nearby had to be locked down. ryan giroux served eight years in prison for a number of charges including burglary, theft and attempted aggravated assault. a navy s.e.a.l. injured. he went down in river side county often used by sky divers. the s.e.a.l. was part of a special warfare group based in san diego. they are looking in to why the
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parachute failed to deploy. virginia's governor ordered an investigation in to accusations of police brutality in the arrest of a college student left bloodied in a takedown. martese johnson is the name of the student. you are seeing him there. he needed ten stitches after this. he had a wound to his head. witnesses say when state liquor agents approached him outside of a charlottesville bar, johnson did not resist questioning. instead, they say the agents grabbed him, forced him to the ground and restrained him as he was laying there bleeding. -- they said he was drunk and belligerent. evidence is piling up at the boston marathon bombing trial. defendant -- the blood found in
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dzhokar tsarnaev's car was that of the m.i.t.'s officer. attorneys don't deny he took part in the bombings and shootings but claim his brother was the mastermind and dzhokhar should be spared the death penalty. robert durst is on 24 hour suicide watch. prosecutors say if he is convicted on the charges led to his arrest last weekend he may never leave the state. evidence against durst is collected in several places. abc's matt gutman with the details. >> reporter: robert durst the focus of a nationwide dragnet for evidence in the mysterious deaths of at least three people, including his first wife. his seeming confession seen in the hbo document series "the jinx." >> killed them all, of course. >> reporter: in new orleans, new documents alleging durst was planning to flee the country, armed not only with a .38 special, a pillow-sized bag of pot and fake i.d. but a full-face latex mask and over $42,000 in cash. durst held here in louisiana now
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on suicide watch. in houston, authorities raiding his luxury condo and in eureka, california, could there be a link between durst and the 1997 disappearance of 16-year-old karen mitchell? durst lived in a nearby down. police say he is not a suspect but -- >> we are interested in any information that may or may not come out of interviews with mr. durst. >> reporter: he may never live to see a courthouse other than this one, the d.a. is telling me because of his prior felonies. if he is convicted of weapons charges he faces here in louisiana, he could face life in prison. matt gutman, abc news, new orleans. >> a criminal investigation is now underway looking in to a fraternity at penn state university. police say at least two photos of kappa delta rho's secret facebook page. included some women asleep or passed out. the school president said students could be expelled because of it. a health crisis to tell you
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about at a high school in kansas. two dozen cases of tuberculosis have been diagnosed at the school in olathe. so far none of those who have tested positive for tb have shown symptoms but as a precaution they are going to be treated with antibiotics. are you one of those parents guilty of over sharing every detail of your child's lives on social media? if so you may want to rethink that. a study shows a lot of parents share information on their children on social media saying they are seeking advice but the down side is the safety of the children and privacy. creating untold problems for them later in life. a lot of people worry because you share these photographs and they say they are there in the internet forever. and when they are 10, 12, whatever the internet looks like at that point or the next facebook is it is still out
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there. >> never goes away. >> can't get it back. public record. >> what about your mom, the photos you think your mom would have put out if she had internet back in the day. >> they were adorable. >> they were all adorable. >> every one of them. >> you would be proud. >> very happy. my mom didn't take a lot of pictures of me. i'm still asking for stuff. i don't know anything about my childhood. >> polaroid shots somewhere. back in the day. more evidence on the benefits of breast-feeding. a study found breast-fed babies are more likely to be better educated and higher paid adults. pediatricians recommend an infant should be breast-fed exclusively for six months. that's a long time. >> it is? >> it is. oh, my goodness. let me tell you. it is not easy. especially if you are working. we have a breast-feeding room here at abc. it is kind of new. >> i haven't seen it. not they would need to. >> you wouldn't have reason. >> i haven't walked past it. i didn't mean i hadn't been in there. where is it?
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>> i'm not going to tell you. >> i walk past. >> i'm not going to tell you. >> i'm curious. >> more companies are doing this. it is hard. >> it is good. my wife had to do that at her office in atlanta. we were living down there. i'm with you. >> and you need a fridge, too. >> and a pump, you want to keep going with this. i know the details now. i can get in it to if you want to. all right. >> oh, boy. are you smarter than a fifth grader? you know that saying. how about are you more impressive than a 9-year-old in iowa. >> james gates speaks two dialects chinese and is learning spanish and he also does well in school work. >> he was breast-fed and his mother -- >> you do not know that. >> he was breast-fed for four years probably. >> probably truth to that actually. >> see. >> what i did wrong.
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only one building the empire state building. an employee will ride the elevator from the starbucks store. i tried yesterday a latte with coconut milk. i decided to do the paleo diet this week. which means no dairy, no grains and no sugar and the coconut was really good. >> it was good. you said you started it this week but you are going to continue with it? >> i had a little rice pudding. >> you cheated already. >> yeah. >> after a week. >> i was getting grumpy. when you are grumpy and mean to people. >> this is nice today. >> i had a little spoon of rice pudding. >> keep the pudding coming. starbucks deliver coffee but they have been serving up fresh controversy, too. >> it is not what they are putting in their cups that is
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triggering a debate but what they are putting on them. here's abc's linsey davis. >> reporter: so much for coffee talk. starbucks ceo telling shareholders he is standing by his initiative to start a conversation about race asking employees to write "race together" to talk about race relations. >> we have serious problems in this country. we have a void of leadership on a number of areas and all we trying to do as a company is make a positive difference. >> reporter: some think encouraging a conversation about race over their morning cup of joe is over the top. with one person tweeting, this is going to make my usual order of a black americano more eventful. not sure what starbucks was thinking. i don't have time to explain 400 years of oppression to you and still make my train. >> starbucks is not the most or interesting place to have a conversation about race. >> i'm not sure that systemic change will happy talking to your barista at starbucks. >> schultz himself seemed to
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anticipate this may not go down smooth for all of his customers. >> what we anticipated is there would be an emotional reaction because this is a seriously emotionally charged issue. >> reporter: despite the social media fire storm, starbucks is not backing down. this national campaign has already launched nationwide. linsey davis, abc news, new york. >> okay. >> we are saying the same thing here. good for you. make people uncomfortable. talk about race. not getting anywhere when race comes up in this country. get uneasy, folks. >> does it make people feel uncomfortable. >> clearly it did. people don't like the idea at all. >> what do you do if you are writing something on a coffee cup, how does that get the conversation going? >> gets you thinking, interesting, baristas get you talking, next thing you know you find something in common. the possibility of doing it that way versus somebody on television, some leader doing something. >> did you have coffee today?
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>> i did not. >> this is natural t.j. >> just me. >> march madness or just madness t.j. >> i'm in a place today. okay? a good place. >> take us to another place. >> something less controversial now, it's chicken day. national poultry day. did we just go from race to poultry? oh, noel. threw his hands up. >> he's walking away. >> celebrating the fanfare of the feathered fowl. we will check out the classic dish herb brine roasted chicken. and the hidden danger lurking in the basement of thousands of american homes and one family's close call. you are watching with "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations.
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♪ ♪ if you h ♪ if you haven't checked the calendar yet it is march 19th and that can only mean one thing, t.j. has been talking about it, national poultry day. >> do you think that if you say march 19th people will go -- ah. >> they may know it in arkansas, the home of tyson chicken. >> is that really the home of tyson chicken? >> we couldn't resist talking about chicken this morning. one of the most classic chicken dinners easier to make than you think. tina trinh is in our "insomniac kitchen." >> reporter: hey, insomniacs. we are at county restaurant in new york city. we have a treat for you today. with we are making a classic roasted chicken. i'm here with chef john. you show us how to do with this with a brine.
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i think a lot of people forget to brine the chicken but it makes a huge difference. >> one is giving it flavor and keeping moisture. two cups of salt to two gallon of water and add sugar, please. >> basil. fresh thyme. >> all in. >> right in. >> lemon cut, you don't squeeze it or do anything. the peel of the lemon, there's natural oil will give it extra flavor. the chicken will taste like lemon and all of the stuff in there. >> yum. >> i have a chicken here. i got the whole thing and make sure to submerge. >> taking a bath. ♪ >> you can brine two to 24 hours, depends how heavy your bird is.
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>> we took the chicken out of the brine. >> here we have stuffing which is butter and black truffle. and then you are ready to stuff. >> feels dirty. >> push it in. >> when we are done we can tie it. >> we will put this in the oven for how long? >> first 450 for 20 minutes. >> 20 minutes at 450. >> yes. and then let it rest 20 minutes and then cut it. >> eat it. >> great. ♪ here's the masterpiece roasted chicken. looks gorgeous. bon appetit. >> it's so moist. really good. thank you so much. >> thank you. >> yeah. yeah. >> what do you think. >> pretty good. the herb, whatever they did to it is good. >> on a scale of one to ten, ten being the -- >> it is good and free to the show it is a ten.
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that's promo code "go." call now! been trying to get you that, reena. >> what? >> march madness. >> trying to get you in to this. >> i'm going to read an article and get up to speed. >> i get excited. look at this fan. this explains everything. he's excited about his team. they are winning the game. oh! >> oh! >> that's my man. diaz jr. so excited about his louisiana tech team pulling off a win he rips his shirt off like the incredible hulk. >> good for him. >> one problem, his team is in the n.i.t. it means they didn't make it to the ncaa tournament, the big dance. they are at the little bitty dance but he's still excited. >> did he just find out at this moment he didn't make it. >> he was at the game.
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he knew they didn't make it. but still excited. >> this man is how you are inside. at least he's willing to show it. that is what is going on inside of t.j. holmes during march madness. >> razorbacks play today. >> tomorrow. >> you might see some of this going on. >> what about during the show tomorrow. >> not going to happen during the show. >> we're not really interested. cereal in the morning. >> yeah. >> >> one artist here in new york city look at her work. sara -- decided to turn cereal in to artist. >> taylor swift. >> yeah. beyonce, taylor swift there. there's beyonce. so she has taken corn flakes. one of her favorites. >> who's that? >> that one i believe is -- >> is it gaga, madonna? who did you say? >> gaga. >> looks different. she has a mole on her chin. maybe a speck. >> that is lionel ritchie. >> stevie wonder. >> who's blind.
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>> sorry. >> oh, boy. i'm going to have a little coffee. apparently she uses corn flakes, different cereals and wants to do adam levine in fruity pebbles. i mistook lionel ritchie for stevie wonder. >> that's awesome. >> i'm going to take another -- >> all right. one more thing to show you here. perfume, different scents, women are in to their p.m. perfume. how many do you keep? >> i have a bottle or two. >> add one to your collection. there it is. burger king -- it is called flame grilled. what would you imagine it smells like if it is from burger king. >> it is whopper scented. this is in japan. they are supposed to release it april 1st, some suspect it is an april fool's joke but you can put it on your shelf and smell like a whopper. >> do people want to smell like flame broiled hamburger? >> people get hungry.
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this morning on "world news now," horrifying attack on terrorists open fire at a museum. most of the victims international tourists on vacation. museums here at home tightening security. full details ahead. deadly rampage. new details about the suspect behind bars in arizona them rampage included a carjacking and home invasion. police are now piecing this all together. home danger. a boil explodes through the wall of a home. the young children playing in that room moments before. what you should know about keeping you and your family safe. 50 years later our own diane sawyer revisits the scene of "the sound of music" looking at that mountain top twirl.
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she has it down. she is getting julia andrews and christopher plummer to spill some secrets. that's ahead in "the skinny" on this thursday, march 19th. good morning to you all on this thursday. i'm t.j. holmes. >> i'm reena ninan. >> we have to begin this half hour, deadly attack on tourists in a museum of all places. in north african country of tunisia. >> we are feeling the effect in museums in our country and security on high alert. >> u.s. offering tunisia assistance in dealing with the deadliest attack on civilians in 13 years. deadliest attack on civilians in karen travers reports. >> reporter: a terrifying scene in tunisia and a manhunt underway after a shooting rampage at the national bardo museum in the capital of tunis. the prime minister called it a cowardly terrorist operation. he said the gunmen were wearing military uniforms carrying assault rifles when they arrived.
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when the tourists got off buses to enter the museum, the gunmen began firing. people scrambled for cover, desperately trying to flee the chaos. the attackers pursued them and followed some inside. among the dead are tourists from italy, germany, spain and poland. two gunmen were also killed. tunisia's parliament building is located next to the museum. during the siege, lawmakers there were on lockdown. as they huddled inside a stairwell, they broke out in to song. their nation's anthem. tunisia's government says some 3,000 tunisians have joined islamic state fighters in syria and iraq, but the state department would not speculate about any connections to the terror group. >> there have been no claims of responsibility so we're not going to draw conclusions at this point. >> tunisia's prime minister said there is a search underway for an additional two or three possible suspects. t.j., reena.
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>> karen, thank you so much. the pentagon now confirming a senior member of an extremist group accused of planning the kenya mall attack two years ago has been killed. a drone strike hit a vehicle carrying adnan garar killing him. he is accused of helping to plan the 2013 attack on a mall in kenya that left 67 people dead. learning the details about the suspect in a deadly rampage outside of phoenix. police in mesa identified the man as ryan giroux an ex-convict who served three stays in state prison and a member of violent racist group called hammer skin nation. police say the rampage began with a dispute at a motel. when it was over there was a home invasion and a carjacking. the state department joining the japanese police investigation in to death threats against caroline kennedy, the u.s. ambassador to japan. >> threats were made by phone to the u.s. embassy in tokyo. martha raddatz has details. >> reporter: the threats made by telephone, directly to u.s. embassy in tokyo, "i will kill ambassador kennedy," the male caller reportedly said in
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english. >> we take any threats to u.s. diplomates seriously. we take every step possible to protect our personnel. >> reporter: caroline kennedy is the most well known u.s. ambassador in the world, who's always eager to get out among the japanese people as she told abc's jonathan karl last year. >> people notice you when you are out in your running clothes jogging? that depends how fast or slow i'm moving. >> reporter: the threat against caroline kennedy happened last month, before the attack on a u.s. ambassador to south korea focused new attention on security for american diplomates when ambassador mark lippert was slashed by the knife-wielding man, the only person protecting him was one unarmed local police officer. as for ambassador kennedy, a senior state department official tells abc news that the tokyo police provide an armed security
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detail for her. martha raddatz, abc news, washington. now to the federal reserve. and indications it may raise interest rates but not right away. that seemed to catch investors by surprise. suggesting a rate increase maybe further off than many assumed. stock prices jumped with the dow closing up 227 points. a look at the weather. off and on showers in the southeast. rain moving northward late in the day. heavier rain in the southern plain s and texas. showers in the southwest. snow in the rockies as much as six inches. high temperatures in the low 50s for denver, kansas city, minneapolis, chicago and washington, d.c. the low 60s for billings, seattle, albuquerque and salt lake city. a high of 78 today in los angeles. let's go to san francisco where the cathedral there is backing down after outrage over the use of sprinklers to deter the homeless. homeless folks often like to sleep in the church's covered doorway to protect themselves from the elements. if you look directly above, you'll see there is a spout and that sprayed water on them while
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they slept. critics pointed out this is not very charitable. the church says it will remove that sprinkler. target is agreeing to pay up to $10 million for data breach. the plan will be presented to a federal judge this morning. anyone who can show actual harm from the data breach would be with eligible to up $10,000. an invasion of privacy isn't likely to result in an award. target is also extending the returns policy. customers will have up to a year to bring back certain store brand items. >> what? >> yeah, up to a year. i always thought they had a lenient policy, like 90 days. >> wow. >> they can do that with items from a gift registry. bed, bath and beyond is tightening their return, however. customers who don't have a receipt will be penalized 20% and only get store credit or an exchange. i hate when that happens.
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>> whole year. what could you have for a year and be in the package and receipt. >> let me tell you the things i have. >> that you would have a receipt for after a year? >> yeah, i like to keep any receipts just in case. >> i have to see your place. some of the stories you tell about what is going on in that house. >> you always say this to me every night. >> the ninan household. as you know today is the first full day of march madness. >> oh, really? didn't know. >> yeah. gets underway just after noon eastern time today. you have a little time to fill out your brackets. the president has been doing this every year. espn and andy katz started to do this a few years back. they continue to do it. he fills it out in front of espn cameras as the presidential back bracket there. his final four, kentucky, arizona, villanova and duke and listen to this bold decision. he is pick ing kentucky to win it right. >> has he ever been right. >> no one gets them all right. >> he got the national champion once before.
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>> once. >> i say kentucky is the no brainer. they are going in to this thing 34-0. >> what do you say the president of the united states got the no brainer right? >> it wasn't a bold choice. everybody is picking kentucky. >> i wouldn't have picked kentucky. >> who's your champ? >> i'm all about the florida teams, remember. >> which one? >> i'm at a memory loss. >> out of what teams are in florida. i can't do with this with her right now. the field of 64 is complete now. they start with 68 now. they had the first four if you will. last night, robert morris fell behind north florida a florida team, down 13 in the second half. a man by the name of lucky jones and the rest of the colonials won the game and now get duke tomorrow night. then dayton playing on their home court. it just kind of worked out that way. they are playing against boise state for the last place in the field of 64. flyers undefeated at home this
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season. they wowed the crowd which is pretty much all of the dayton flyers game. it was fantastic. next up they have to take on providence tomorrow night. not too far away but that was the last play you are seeing there. some controversy there, should that have been a call. >> why do they give you the sports to read today? >> because it's march madness and this is not your thing. it's just not. >> guess what, i do have sports. >> iditarod. that's a sport. >> i have dog racers. >> do that sportscast. do it. >> enjoy some indoors today. sporting events and that's another -- there you go. look at this. early yesterday, crossed the finish line in nome, alaska winning the race for the third time in four years. it earned him 70 grand and a new pickup truck. in second place his father who
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won two of these awards. >> she desperately wants to work for "sports center." >> i really do. >> it's adorable. >> i think espn is missing out. >> i think so too. >> i really do. they need a little reena perspective. >> i'm with you. i agree. >> you just want to see me implode. now to a different journey, this involving a cat named kevin. >> an orange tabby here used to live in south carolina but the owner hasn't seen him in a year. kevin is a lucky, well-traveled guy apparently. >> he was found in the back of a u-haul truck at california's border with arizona. a microchip led to his owner. see those microchips are important. kevin hasn't said where he's been. >> glad it worked out. >> yeah. coming up in "the skinny," the biebs and madonna share their darkest secrets. and the danger that could be lurking in your basement. the extra risk every family faces when they use a boiler to heat their homes. did you see that?
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♪ it's one of the biggest fears of those who live in older homes or apartments, the boiler overheating and even exploding. >> the fears exploded in to terrifying reality for one family in washington state when their boiler turned in to a bomb. near now abc's neal karlinsky. >> reporter: the close call of a lifetime. the freak explosion which blasted nails and super-heated steam across what used to be a children's play room was caused by the home's boiler. watch again. not only did an entire wall blowout but upstairs you can see a second camera shake before a nanny runs to get a 1-year-old in a crib right above the explosion. chris and his 3-year-old son were in that play room just minutes before. chris showed us what is left of
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the boiler. how lucky do you feel that your family is in one piece? >> pretty lucky. >> reporter: more than 10 million homes have boilers and 110 million have hot water heaters. that can also explode if the pressure builds too high. relief valves need to be checked annually. >> this is our pressure relief valve on this boiler. to test it you flip this lever and you can hear some water discharge you know it is working. if it is rusted shut you have a bomb. >> reporter: remarkably in this case, no one was hurt, but just barely. neal karlinsky, abc news, bellingham, washington. >> scary stuff. >> the video is incredible. >> really incredible. isn't it, yeah. there are warning signs, leaks, cracks, clunking, noises, like black sooty marks. yeah. look at that video. incredible. it preys on your fears. i worry sometimes this could happen.
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>> never think about it but there's the evidence, it happens. when we come back, julie andrews and christopher plummer spill secrets to diane sawyer. and madonna and justin bieber are spilling secrets as well on "ellen." "the skinny" is next. >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations.
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♪ skinny so skinny ♪ >> time now for "the skinny." what a night it was last night. big revelations too from "the
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sound of music." >> a special edition of "20/20," "the sound of music," diane sawyer recreating the mountain scene. there she is. it took julie andrews a her crew an entire week to film that scene. they used a helicopter to do it. diane sawyer and her crew did it in 30 minutes, using a drone. man, times have changed. did you know that christopher plummer could do this? ♪ that's awesome. >> i had no idea. we also learned plummer and andrews were dealing with dissolving marriages at the time. were there any romantic sparks? >> did you have a crush on christopher plummer? >> we sort of did. we were never an item, as they say, but now we are the best of friends. we became the best of friends and that's lovely. yeah. probably because we weren't an
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item. >> we should have ended up together. we should have had a huge smashing affair but there was no time and julie had her children with her. most inconvenient i thought. >> most inconvenient. >> i love that line. should have had a smashing affair. he says it so delicately. >> after the movie was released in 1965, the real maria von trapp corrected julie andrews yodeling on her own show. ♪ [ yodelling ] >> please don't. i just knew you were going to come out yodelling. >> i withheld myself but you are upping the ante. >> no. ♪ [ yodelling ] >> that was better. the other one -- that's why i was nervous.
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that was good. i can't remember how it went. liza minnelli now. she is on the mend. did you know? >> the 69-year-old oscar, golden globe, tony and emmy award-winning actress and singer checked in to a rehab facility for substance abuse. >> she's been waging a decades long battle with addiction and her spoke s person says she is making excellent progress at an undisclosed facility. good luck to her. and secrets spilling on ellen. >> she had two high octane guests on her show yesterday, madonna and justin bieber in the same show. they played a little game of "never have i ever." >> never have i ever had -- [ laughter ] >> -- sex with two different people, with more than two different people in one day. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> i mean two different people
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in a day, madonna. >> here's the thing, i want it to be special for my wife. >> oh, i don't buy that. >> wow. who knew? the game surprisingly made bieber look a little straitlaced, if you can believe that. >> he said he turned over a new leaf. he's 21 now. a new mature biebs. good luck to you, brother. we couldn't resist sharing an image with you. this wasn't my idea but we still wanted to show this picture. >> okay. fresh off the announcement she is retiring from the cat walk that is supermodel gisele bundchen. took to instagram to thank her followers with a post from a sandy beach. >> what are you looking at, noel, what were you doing? >> resolution. >> okay, yeah. our floor director disappeared for a second and was peeking at a monitor when we put the picture up. he said he is checking the resolution to make sure everything is okay. a kiss in your heart. great to be gisele. good for her. great to be ryan phillippe.
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♪ okay. many of us know actor ryan phillippe as the teen heart throb in "i know what you did last summer" "gosford park." >> i love that "i know what you did last summer." he is playing dad in a drama "secrets and lies." rachel smith takes us behind the scenes. >> reporter: it is former teen heart throb ryan phillippe grown up like you have never seen him before. as a suburban dad, prime inspect the murder of a 5-year-old boy in an abc whodunit, "secrets and lies."
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his character may or may not be a killer. >> even though he maintains his innocence, he is making choices a guilty person may make. >> on his trail, trying to crack the case is juliette lewis the hard charging police detective. >> this is a crime scene. >> i joked with people, i haven't smiled in four and a half months. >> in real life, phillippe has three kids, two with ex-wife reese witherspoon. he wasn't sure he could play parent on the big screen. >> i felt i was way too young. >> really? >> even though i have a 15-year-old daughter, on the series i have a 17-year-old, i still get carded for drinks if i buy -- >> oh, my gosh what a tough problem to have. >> he is famous for starring with reese witherspoon playing bad boy sebastian. >> i have been informed of your bad boy reputation. >> what have you heard? >> reporter: now the roles are reversed. you go to a party to get your
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older daughter out of the party. i'm thinking, this is the ryan ten years ago would have been in the party. >> i'm like am i really doing the scene, the dad pulled the daughter out of the party scene. that was crazy for me. >> reporter: as the season continues, more plot twists are a definite. even the detective herself isn't safe. >> by the ninth and tenth episode, we get a little bit of her personal life. the show is called "secrets and lies" and we learn that everybody has them. >> even detective cornell? >> exactly. >> terrible job. >> reporter: for "nightline," i'm rachel smith in los angeles. >> ryan told rachel he thinks he got the part partially because he's a dad in real life. >> i haven't checked this out yet. >> you should. >> "secrets and lies." >> don't miss our updates on facebook at wnnfans.com. >> more news on abc. stay with us. >> announcer: this is abc's "world news now" informing insomniacs for two decades. >> announcer: this is abc's "world news now" informing insomniacs for two decades. two decades.
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