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the burned out british airways jet that exploded and caught fire remains on the tarmac at las vegas airport this morning. investigators say the engine case failed when it was under the highest pressure during takeoff. they say part of the engine shot out like shrapnel. the big question this morning, was it a maintenance failure or a factor detect? the captain's fiance is among those relieved everyone survived. >> he's a hero. he's a great man with a warm heart and generosity and i'm very proud of him. >> that flight from las vegas to london was supposed to be the penultimate flight for captain chris hencke who was set to retire. now he says, he's finished flying. >> what a way to go out. >> as a hero.
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seeing those images of a plane engulfed in flames has many wondering what would you do if you were in that situation in a similar emergency. >> they could make all the difference between life and death. here's abc's nick watt. >> reporter: a tank full of fuel, fire in the engine, thick smoke. >> requesting fire services. >> 13 crew, 159 passengers. on board. >> ladies and gentlemen, please remain seated. >> is that a good idea? >> no, i don't think so. you should evacuate the aircraft as soon as possible. >> rule number one is get out of there. >> absolutely. >> experts here at aircraft facts training center say if you're traveling in a group, sit together. >> so that everybody can get off together. >> so you're not trying to find your kids in the chaos. >> absolutely. >> should i fall asleep or stay awake. >> not during takeoff and landing because most accidents occur during takeoff and landing. >> that's what happened in vegas. takeoff and passengers escaped
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with their carry ones. >> we are evacuating. we have the fire, i repeat, we are evacuating. >> we're getting out. should i take my bag. >> leave your bag. >> really? >> yes, it's going to jam things up and it will prevent you from evacuating. leave your bagging. >> experts say your straps can get caught on the seat in the aisle and slows you down. it might catch on the arm of the seat. >> as soon as you get on the airplane, know where your nearest exit is. >> so if this happens, you know where to get off. also, patty always travels with a smoke. >> it gives you 20 minutes in a smoke filtered environment. it filters toxins and buys you 20 minutes. >> if that seems too apocalyptic. >> clothing recommendations. >> during takeoff and landing keep your shoes on. i wear long pants because if you have to go down the slide again you're going to burn the skin on the back of your legs if you have to go down the slide again. >> wow.
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>> interesting. we're being told you count the number of seats to the exit because if it's dark inside, you don't know, you can't really see your way through. >> feel, right. you know what i do? i always stuff the seat right under me with all my bags and everything. it's hanging out. the attendant comes by and says you need to put it up there. no, i push it back. that could be the reason i'm stuck in the airplane. >> leave that way behind even if it's a tumi. >> i've got two kids that need to be entertained and snacks. they're going to be crying next to you, kendis. >> no. >> can't leave that bag behind. >> i've spent a lifetime trying not to have kids. thanks. >> coming up in our next half hour, the case of mistaken identity that has the new york police department apologizing to former tennis star. new details about james blake who says he was body slammed to the ground. >> first, it's a major homecoming for vanessa williams. the only miss america ever to resign and heads back to the
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place that launched her career. the exclusive interview next on "world news now." career. the exclusive interview next on "world news now." ar music playi) - ( snaps, clatters )
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that sounds awful. ( music stops ) but a lot better than last week. ( rock music playing ) ♪ we weren't born to follow. ♪ it has been 32 years since the scandal that forced vanessa williams to give up her crown, but this year, it really is a home coming. >> williams is returning to judge there weekend's miss america pageant and sat down with our robin roberts opening up about that turbulent time and how she turned it around. >> she was grand. >> before she dazzled us on broadway. >> do you think i want to hit you. >> and proved she was so good at being so bad on the small screen. >> love your perfume, claire. musky. >> bite me. >> miss america pageant. >> she made history in 1983.
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>> our new miss america. >> when she was crowned the first african-american miss america. >> vanessa williams, miss new york. >> and now, after 32 years, she's headed back to atlantic city to judge the pageant that launched her career. miss america. were people really got to know. >> you yeah. 32 years ago. >> why no you -- why now? >> i've got a perfect platform to kind of be reintroduced to the organization that or catapulted me into notoriety and stardom. >> vanessa williams, miss new york. >> let's go to 1983. >> uh-huh. >> you were crowned miss america. what was that moment like for you? >> that was my first time i was against women that had been
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little miss this and that since they were infants. i didn't know that i was going to win. i knew i was smart enough. i ni i had everything it took but i didn't know that would be the year. >> she went on to tour the nation as american royalty, meeting presidents, actors and athletes. her ten-month reign came to an abrupt halt when news broke that nude photos she had taken two years before would be published in "penthouse" magazine, sparking one of the largest scandals of the '80s. >> my parents came into the room i said i don't know what's going on but i'm sorry. we have no idea what's going to happen. i was stupid and took some pictures and apparently they're coming out. and my parents said okay, well, we love you and we'll deal. >> onlookers flocked to newstands in droves to buy what is still the highest grossing issue of "penthouse" magazine ever. >> good evening. miss america vanessa williams has lost her crown.
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>> pageant officials gave her 72 hours to resign or be stripped of her title. >> please, i would like to start. can everyone hear me. >> prompting what was the first and only resignation in the pageant's history. >> i do officially relinquish my title as miss america 1948 to the miss america pageant. >> after a four-year hiatus, she went on to make one of the greatest comebacks in entertainment history. >> at that time, my husband was the one who said listen, if you want to control your career, you should be a recording artist ♪ i'll be dreaming ♪ >> a string of hit singles threw her back into the spotlight ♪ save the best for last ♪ >> and her dream, of starring in feature films and on broadway become a reality. >> you have proven that talent and true grace and beauty wins out. >> i knew again once the dust would settle, i'd get a chance to show people who i am. >> how do you want people to
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react when they hear you're going to be a judge of miss america. >> a new day there and there's a lot of people that do feel that i should return. they are inviting me back as an example of this is what can happen to you in your life. and there might be some more surprises also. >> we'll see. this weekend, you can catch the miss america 2016 live sunday night at 8:00 p.m. eastern, 9:00 p.m. eastern, 8:00 central. >> what a great homecoming story. by the way, this year for the first time in several years, they're going to have that song once again, there she is miss america. >> interesting. she said if you want to impress her, this is a special, special moment. i have to say for the contestants we're giving away something a lot of people don't know. she said to impress her to win, you need to know what's going on not only in the united states but in the world and who is. >> is that how you won the miss "world news now"? >> i'm the miss "world news now.." >> what was your hope for, world peace? into no, just lots of late night
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chilling and. >> chilling and boozing. >> i like the way you roll. >> going to be disqualified by the end of the show. >> you would get my vote, even the french vote. en the french vote. jill and kate use the same dishwasher. same detergent. but only jill ends up with wet, spotty glasses. kate adds finish jet-dry with five power actions that dry dishes and prevent spots and film,
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and now it's time for "the mix." oh, young love. we like to see young love. kids in love. take a look at these photos. look at this lovely woman. emily and her boyfriend johnny. they love to take selfies of themselves. >> of their hickies? >> i don't know about that. >> so she posted that gorgeous selfie ofler and her boyfriend and her parents thought they were so adorable they decided to re-create them. there's mom and dad. >> nobody needs to see that. >> guess what happened? theirs were retweeted on twitter 30,000 times. this college student says she wasn't -- she didn't find it funny at all and didn't expect that her mom and her dad would do this. >> she wouldn't want to see it. >> pittsburgh steelers have the wide receiver. if you could call him wide receiver antonio brown. he didn't do that well with. call him a wide receiver? it was a rough night.
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okay, so he's making news for his haircut. take a look at it. he's coming with like the block look. >> this is a lego haircut. >> it looks like the lego haircut. twitter has gone a mess about this. trying to figure out what he was thinking. not all that cool of a look. >> maybe it's for the lego movie. polka time. ♪ ♪
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this morning on "world news this morning on "world news now," political fireworks from donald trump's fighting words with carly fiorina to joe biden's emotional interview just hours ago. will he run for president? scared commuters. today's drive to work and school in phoenix with a fear of highway shootings. latest incidents and new clues. the patriots putting deflategate behind them. >> the wet and victorious start of the season for tom brady and his teammates. but was he really the star last night? later, angry rock stars warning politicians to stop using their music. rem telling a top contender to cease and desist the ever shortening play list in "the skinny," this friday, september 11th. from abc news, this is "world news now."
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do you remember like any political campaigns and the songs? >> the songs that stand out? no, but i do remember when hillary clinton launched her campaign she played roar. it kept playing and playing. >> katie perry a big hillary clinton supporter. >> our producer on the scene says he's going to have to get used to this. 300 plus days of this. the same song. trying to get katie out of his mind. the next republican presidential debate, familiar faces except for one new addition. >> we're talking about carly fiorina, the only woman in the gop race. she's going to be on the stage next week. fiorina, the subject though of donald trump's latest attacks. abc's karen travers has the war of words. >> reporter: donald trump was on the defensive thursday, pulling back from remarks he made about
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fellow republican candidate carly fiorina to rolling stone. look at that face. would anyone vote for that? can you imagine that, the face of our next president? and the view back pedaling. >> she failed miserably at hewlett packet. then ran for the senate is, lost in a landslide. now running for president. >> why don't you talk about her brain instead of her face. >> trump on cnn tangling with dr. ben carson, former neurosurgeon and devout christian, trump's closest rival. >> i don't think he's a great religious figure. i saw him yesterday, he was quoting on humility. it looked like he memorized two minutes before he made the quote. >> reporter: carson responded when it comes to trump, he'll turn the other cheek. >> i'm not going to get into the mud and start slinging dirt. >> reporter: in new hampshire, jeb bush weighed in, telling carson and fiorina. >> they have to get in line. i still i think i'm the number one beneficiary of the donald's insults. >> reporter: and from across the aisle, hillary clinton stumping
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in ohio calling out trump, as well. >> and there is one particular candidate who just seems to delight in insulting women. if he emerges, i would love to debate him. >> reporter: trump phoning in to fox news firing back. >> beating her in a debate would be one of the easy challenges of my life. >> reporter: karen travers, abc news, washington. and vice president joe biden got a political bush during last night's appearance on stephen colbert's show coming from the host himself. colbert telling biden he would be sorely missed if he doesn't run. biden spoke emotionally about making a decision about entering the race saying no one should run if they can't give it 110% and he says that he would be lying if he said he knew he was there. >> i don't think any man or woman should run for president unless, number one, they know exactly why they would want to be president and two, they can
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look at the folks out there and say, i promise you, you have my whole heart, my whole soul, my energy, and my passion to do this. >> and biden also spoke at length about his son beau's death in may, as well his faith and the emotional turmoil of working through his grief. governor of arizona is asking drivers to be especially vigilant as the search continues for a possible serial shooter. 11 vehicles have been targeted since the end of august. brandi hitt has the latest. >> drivers are on edge again on this busy phoenix highway with investigators looking into yet another round of vehicles that may have been targeted. this car's back window shattered early thursday morning. hours later, investigators also confirmed a bullet hole in this semi truck. >> we're not sure all of thighs are bullets. it doesn't matter if it's coming from a handgun, a rifle or a pellet gun. >> reporter: in all, police say
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there have been nearly a dozen confirmed shooting incidents near this eight-mile stretch of interstate 10 through the heart of the city. many drivers now feeling like sitting ducks. >> i use the side streets. i don't even use the 10 anymore. >> reporter: the targets over the last two weeks have been random, hit at all hours of the day on both east and westbound lanes. this pickup's back window was shot at wednesday. look at this tour bus with a gaping hole in the side and the seat. and this shattered window injured a 13-year-old girl. arizona authorities are now getting help from the fbi and atf in tracking down those responsible. >> to take spot shots at moving vehicles that endanger people that are just trying to get to and from work epitomizes cowardice. >> investigators may be zeroing in on is the shooter. in the last 36 hours, the calls they've responded to have been confined to a four-block area of interstate 10. reena? >> and a raging wildfire has
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forced evacuations in northern california's sierra nevada food hills sparked on wednesday. it's grown to around 15,000 acres. at least eight buildings have been lost. six of them were homes. more than 10,000 people to are without power and schools across the are closed today. it's unclear how the fire started. that's being investigated. investigators at the las vegas airport are probing the burnt out british airways jet that erupted in flames during takeoff deuce. they know what happened in the engine that exploded. now the bigger question, why. matt gutman reports. >> reporter: the national transportation safety board reporting part of the boeing 777's engine was disintegrating from the inside. in this video, you hear a bang. the plane shakes, then that curtain of smoke. >> ladies and gentlemen is, please remain seated. >> reporter: the ntsb saying the engine case can you evering multiple breaches. internal parts shooting outward like shrapnel. >> it's hard to express how rare this is.
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this is almost a never event. >> reporter: inside, terrified passengers watch the fire intensify. one of the pilots with the mayday call. >> mayday. mayday. request fire services. >> reporter: what seemed a chaotic exodus inside looked orderly from outside the plane. >> is everybody okay? >> reporter: those emergency slides popping open and all 170 passengers and crew streaming out. g.e., which built that engine, calls its product wildly reliable. the ntsb is still going to have to remove that engine to go it to know whether this was a maintenance failure or factory detect. matt gutman, las vegas. in morning a new threat from al qaeda on this 9/11 anniversary. the group encouraging the assassination of america's top business leaders including bill gates and warren buffett. the goal of the attacks to derail the revival of the u.s. economy. the threats come as a suspected
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isis sympathizer accused of a bomb plot at a kansas city 9/11 memorial is under arrest. and on this 14th anniversary of 9/11, some school kids in new jersey have set up a special memorial, the juniors and seniors at cedar grove high are too young to remember the day itself but decided to place 2,077 flags on their school's front lawn. they also have a name of each of the 9/11 victims on every single one of them. >> what a way to share such a tragedy that took place 14 years ago than with a group of kids here at cedar grove high school. >> this flag memorial will be kept in place for the next week and a half. school administrators say it will return next year tore once again honor the 9/11 victims and heroes. there are new federal food safety rules focused on cleanliness following a series of deadly food bourn illnesses. those rules force food manufacturers to prepare food safety plants in detail how they keep their operations clean. they also will layout how foodmakers monitor and clean up
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dangerous bacteria like listeria, salmonella, e. coli. the rules go into effect later this year. fall is around the corner and that means apple picking season is upon us. after a few bad seasons, this year's crop shaping up to be a pretty strong one with orchards across the midwest ready to turn out at abundant harvest. the success at these orchards in wisconsin an trib oo beautied to months of wet weather. >> i don't know about this one. just in time for cold winter weather. keurig is hoping to heat up sales with chicken soup. k-cups are hitting stores two years after the company decided to team up. each pod comes with a packet of noodles flavored in two flavors. they recommend you run a hot water cycle before and after just so your soup doesn't taste like coffee and vice versa. >> it sounds like a good idea. like every college kid that gets an expensive keurig will be loving this.
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>> i would say go to the dollar store and get the ramen noodles. passage in college. time now for a brief edition of sports with reena. nfl season opener style. reena, all yours. >> thank you so much. kendis, the new england patriots started their campaign the way they ended the last one. >> how? >> by winning. quarterback tom brady in mid-season form. finding rob gronkowski for the patriots. first two touchdowns, gronk also caught a third touchdown in the fourth quarter, but this was brady's night. he listened to that taylor swift song "shake it off." he threw four touchdowns total. the steelers made it seem closer. final score, new england, 28, pittsburgh, 21. i read a "boston globe" report that the said gronkowski is due about $10 million in options. will listen to the rihanna song and you might want to say to the
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folks at the patriots "betta have my money." remember that song? >> coming up in "the skinny," a superstar sally field and steven king have something new and prominent in common. >> football players injured by artificial turf. the investigation at a high school after student athletes suffered burns. and the retired tennis star body slammed by police caught in a case of mistaken identity. the apology from police but is it enough? first we have today's forecast map. you're watching "world news now." >> so rihanna, huh? "world news now" weather, brought to you by downey. brought to you by downey. and pilled cardigans become pets. but it's not you, it's the laundry. protect your clothes from stretching, fading, and fuzz. ...with downy fabric conditioner... it not only softens and freshens, it helps protect clothes from the damage of the wash.
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is suspended two games after several players were burned on the artificial turf. the coach t.j. cavalier had the team crab walk across a field when the temperatures were bob 90 degrees. six players suffered blisters on their hands. the coach immediately e-mailed apologies to the players and parents. the district weighed had his remorse in deciding the punishment. >> i believe they need to be concerned about having necessary protective gear on a hot artificial turf. the students wearing gloves sustained no injuries. >> the school did do an investigation and found the crab walk drill is a common one. this week's heat wave was however unusual. the coach said that he never realized it would hurt his players. got to speak up sometimes when you're a player. it's hard to do that sometimes. retired tennis star james blake will be meeting with new york's mayor and police commissioner sometime in the future. they will discuss blake's being mistakenly arrested. >> the nypd has already taken
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steps to move past wednesday's incidents as cecilia vega reports. >> reporter: new york city police say they have personally apologized to james blake, once ranked number four in the world. telling robin roberts he was standing on a busy manhattan street when a plain clothes officer ran directly toward him. >> picked me up, body slammed me. put me on the ground, told me to turn over and shut my mouth and put the cuffs on me. >> reporter: police official identifying that officer. >> i said, i'm scared. if i say something wrong, i'm sorry. >> reporter: police say blake looked like this man. seen in a picture on tmz sports. but to make matters worse, he, too, was an innocent person. wrongly identified. >> if you see those two photos together, the similarities are remarkable. >> reporter: but the tennis star not backing down. >> this happens too often. and most times, it's not to someone like me. >> reporter: and investigators reviewing surveillance footage.
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the officer in question has been placed on administrative leave. his gun and his badge removed. cecilia vega, abc news, new york. >> thank you so much. coming up the nation's top artists honored at the white house. >> and the house that jay-z and beyonce are being forced out of. the skinny is next. "world news now" continues after there from our abc
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♪ skinny, so skinny and topping your friday skinny this morning, politicians having a tough time you would say with their campaign play lists. >> the legendary rock band rem the latest music group to tell a candidate not to use their music. >> you have donald trump who used the band's "it's the end of the world as we know it" at an event in d.c. in reference to the iran nuclear deal. >> afterwards, band member michael steiff said "do not use our music or my voice for your moronic charade of a campaign." earlier in the week, the band survivor had a similar reaction to mike huckabee playing "eye of the tiger" when kim davis was released from jail. you know, my absolute favorite, this is a pretty interesting moment. good choice of music i would say. but i would say from the '92 campaign, clinton/gore "don't stop thinking about tomorrow."
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that's probably my ultimate. >> they got approval first. sarah palin used "barracuda," and they didn't like it. heart did not like that. >> turning to the white house where president obama welcomed a distinguished group for the national medal of arts and humanities awards ceremony. among them actress sally field. she's been a force in hollywood since the 1960s as well as an advocate for women and a champion of lgbt rights. >> she starred in many classic films two of which earned her best actress oscars, something the president made reference to. >> we like you. we really like you. >> how did we know he was going to go there. >> a nod to her famous acceptance speech. also receiving a medal of honor, one of the most popular and prolific fiction writers stephen king. his many works of suspense and science fiction noted for their
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sharp analysis of human nature. >> other honorees chef alice waters, authors larry mcmurtry as well as musician meredith monk. >> we move on to music now and the superstar couple beyonce and jay-z and news they're about to become homeless. >> tmz, the house is reporting that the house they've been renting in l.a. was sold. now they have to look for a new place to call home. the carter family decided to move from new york to california but they had to rent when plans to buy kind of fell through. >> apparently the owner of their rented home reportedly sold the property for $35 million. they're looking for homes in exclusive neighborhoods all over. >> there's always airbnb. >> and trulia. >> we're getting a look at how bernie madoff will get the big screen treatment. robert de niro will play madoff as well as michelle pfeiffer as his wife ruth. >> here's a sneak peek. the upcoming movie is called "the wizard of lies."
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on the way. >> we could smell the flames and we looked from the left hand side of the window and could see black smoke. >> i wanted to get off the plane and be be alive. >> i don't know if this is a copycat crime, if it's multiple people. there is no pattern for time. it's been different days of the week, different hours of the day. >> i just want to give god the glory. his people have rallied and you are a strong people! >> the courage of her convictions was more important than simply even her own freedom. >> i did not send or receive any information that was marked classified at the time. >> my brother probably didn't control the republican congress spending. i think he should have brought the hammer down on the republicans when they were spending way too much. >> i've been doing deals for a long time. that's what i do.
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never ever, ever in my life have i seen any transaction so incompetently negotiated as our deal with iran. >> it shouldn't have happened. it's something that we'll deal with the police and we'll find out what they have to say internally. hopefully, there's video of it and people can see what happened. >> what is it like to be the arm candy in a relationship? >> don't talk. >> more of this, less of that. exactly. just be shiny. >> shiny and pretty. >> yeah, that's mostly what i do. >> that was a funny moment. if you did miss any of "world news now" this week, you can relive our highlights. check out wnnfans.com. >> our weekly in case you missed wrap-up we'll fill you in. wnnfans.com as we mentioned. big week ahead. the debates. >> i'm looking forward to that. >> debates on the 16th, as well. >> this is abc's "world news now." informing insomniacs for two decades.
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i'm kendis gibson. >> i'm reena ninan. here's some off the top headlines we're following this morning on "world news now." drivers in the phoenix are changing their commutes because of a string of shootings along interstate 10. so far 11 vehicles have been attacked, eight hit by bullets and three by projectiles. the new clues for police in just a moment. investigators is probing the british airways jet in las vegas say the left engine's casing broke open, shooting internal parts out like shrapnel. they want to know whether it was from a maintenance failure or factory detect. evacuations orders in california's sierra nevada foothills because of a wildfire that burned about 15,000 acres. eight buildings have been lost, six of them homes. tom brady and the patriots made a winning start to their season. brady throwing four touchdowns last night against the steelers.
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three of them to tight end of course, rob gronkowski. it was his 23rd game with three or more touchdown passes on this friday september 11th. from abc news, this is "world news now." good morning to you. we begin with the search for a possible serial shooter in the phoenix area. authorities are trying to figure out if the 11 incidents since the end of august are linked. >> the latest attack coming just yesterday. abc's kayna whitworth has the latest. >> reporter: at least one more confirmed shooting along this phoenix highway. a bullet hole discovered in the side of this truck. >> this is a dangerous stretch of highway without the shootings. >> reporter: we rode along with trooper craig martin on patrol. we are on i-10, heading up and down this eight-mile stretch where many of these shootings have been reported. 19 traffic cams monitoring the highway round the clock.
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problem is, those images are not recorded. a ballistics expert telling us studying the trajectory of the bullets is key. >> is the shot coming from in front of the car, broadside or overtaking the car? >> reporter: calls flooding emergency lines all hours of the day. police asking the public to remain vigilant. but urging residents like these armed volunteers to stay away. a former fbi agent telling us, anytime someone aggressive attacks the public, it's a power grab for the shooter and everyone is at risk. a terrifying evening for patrons at a los angeles restaurant. an armed carjacking suspect ran into the crowded restaurant after being chased by police. people began filing out, many with their hands up after the gunman allowed most customers can and employees to leave. after a standoff, he was shot and killed by a s.w.a.t. team. dallas area gun store, the suspect drove through a store front of mr. gun during the early morning hours.
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they used hammers to break the display case. police are concerned about all the guns getting on the streets all at once. in baltimore, the six police officers accused in the death of freddie gray will be tried in baltimore. as protesters gathered outside court, a judge ruled the officers could get their trials in that city. but he offered to revisit the ruling if. an impartial jury cannot be found. defense attorneys say jurors would be influenced by riots following gray's death and media coverage and a $6.4 million settlement for his family. no bail for the former south carolina police officer caught on camera shooting an unarmed black man in the back. a judge is considering releasing him on bond as he reviews new information presented by the defense. here's more from abc's karen traverse. >> reporter: for now michael slager will remain behind bars.
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the former north charleston, south carolina, police officer charged with murder in the shooting death of an unharmed black man walter scott after this traffic stop in april. >> see your license and registration and insurance card? >> what's that? >> i got my license. >> reporter: slager's attorneys arguing in court he should be released on bail but the judge said he was not ready to issue a ruling. the defense points to what they call new evidence they say shows there was a struggle for the officer's gun and taser. arguing that the victim's dna was found on both and they produced toxicology reports that they say shows scott had been drinking and using drugs before the incident. in this cell phone video, slager is seen shooting scott in the back as he's running away. >> shots fired. subject is down. he's down by taser. >> prosecutors say scott was no danger to himself or the officer. it's difficult to make out but slager's defense team says this is video enhanced by the fbi shows the officer and scott fighting on the ground before the shooting. >> the fbi analysis of the video
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is a violent physical assault in which clearly on, that video, mr. scott obtained the upper hand. >> michael slager has been in solitary confinement since his arrest just days after that april 4th shooting. kendis, reena? >> thank you so much. visitors to the 9/11 memorial in shanksville, pennsylvania, can now learn about the heros of flight 93 in a whole new way. the new visitors center was dedicated and opened to the public yesterday. it tells the story of the 40 passengers and crew who fought to regain control of the plane from hijackers. some 300,000 visitors go to the site every year. >> a long night in scottsdale, arizona. investigators working through the night at a taser factory where an explosion injured seven people. all seven injured were taken to hospitals.
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the explosion happened at the end of the day. on an automation line where the taser cartridges are built. the production line was being shut down at the time. a dramatic display you have bravery caught on camera. this is in georgia. three hero cops risking their lives to save a man from a burning car. watch this. the officers not hesitating to run right towards the danger facing red hot flames to pull the unresponsive driver out of harm's way. they dragged the man a safe distance away from the car. and administered first aid. vice president joe biden got a political bush during last night's appearance on stephen colbert's show. colbert told biden he would be sorely missed if he doesn't run for president. biden smoke emotionally about making a decision whether to enter the race saying no one should run if they can't give 110%. he talked about his son's death in may. carly fiorina will be on the stage for the gop debate next week.
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the former business executive scored well enough in the latest polls to join the ten other candidates from last time. fiorina, the target of donald trump's latest attacks. here's abc's tom llamas. >> reporter: donald trump on the defense after attacking carly fiorina. telling "rolling stone" -- "look at that face! would anyone vote for that? can you imagine that, the face of our next president?" on "the view," trump insisting he wasn't referring to fiorina's looks. >> i'm talking about her persona. she failed miserably at hewlett packard. she then ran for the senate, she lost in a landslide. now she's running for president. >> why don't you talk about her brain instead of her face? >> reporter: jeb bush calling trump's remarks "demeaning." >> maybe, just maybe, i'm getting under his skin a little bit because i am climbing in the polls. >> reporter: trump also tangling
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with his closest competition in the polls, dr. ben carson, after carson was asked how he's different from the billionaire. >> i've realized where my success has come from, and i don't in any way deny my faith in god. >> reporter: trump firing back. >> i don't think he's a great religious figure. i saw him yesterday quoting on humility and it looked like he had just memorized it two minutes before he made the quote. >> reporter: dr. carson told me he's been a christian his whole life and will turn the other cheek when it comes to trump. >> i'm not going to get into the mud and start slinging dirt. that's not the kind of person i am. >> reporter: tom llamas, abc news, houston. all right. the next debate on the 16th. now to a family in tennessee that did get a surprise when they checked out their car. take a look at this. this is what was inside. mama bear and she couldn't get out. and that's not good for your car at all. eventually the family member opened a door so the bear could leave. but that's what it left behind. you see there? yeah, big mess. leather seats ripped up. interior of the doors torn up. >> might, as well just call that a loss. got to wonder what the insurance company will say about that. >> do they cover bear damage to
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cars? how do you explain it? >> bear got trapped in my car. >> what had happened was, i don't know. >> mama bear. >> mama bear decided she wanted to take the car for a spin and couldn't find the keys. >> it was a lexus. >> it happens when you can't find the keys, you get a little frustrated. coming up an important question. can too much sleep be unhealthy? >> i have never heard of that. >> speak of unhealthy, we're about to reveal some secrets about a favorite item on the breakfast table. and the astonishing discovery deep underground in south africa. a potential game-changer in the history of the human race. first, today's high temperatures. you're watching "world news now." "world news now" weather, brought to you by icy hot smart relief.
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yeah, that's the luxury automakers new crossover flown from one side of the hudson to the other. on this side of the river, a party of fashionistas watching it all. the stunt engineered by cadillac and hip clothing designers in the city for fashion week. >> gets your attention. >> it does. now to a study we insomniacs never have to worry about, the effects of too much sleep. we already know a lack of sleep could lead to poor health. researchers say people who sleep more than nine hours a night were at risk for early signs of heart disease. they're quick to point out it may be many people with unhealthy hearts just need more shut eye. sounds like a little bit more research is needed on that one. >> let's do that research. scientists in south africa discovered the remains of a previously unknown human-like species which appears to have been buried its dead in a ritual. >> until now humans were the only species known to do this. the do i ever could be game changing. pallab ghosh has more. >> reporter: deep inside this scientists made a discovery
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beyond their wildest dreams. guided by torches, only these female scientists are small enough to squeeze through the narrow gaps in the rock. crawling through 200 meters of tunnel. the scientist in charge watching in amazement from the surface. >> that's it. >> eventually, they see hundreds of fragments of bones, skulls, hands and teeth. it's the biggest find of ancient-human remains ever found in africa. >> everywhere that my head lamp shown, i could see that there was bone on the floor. i mean not full bone but fragments of material but basically everywhere i looked and it was just an incredible thing to see, yeah. >> reporter: they've called it naledi. it walked on two legs but with a tiny gorilla-sized brain. and this picture from the national geographic magazine shows what it looked like. possibly a bridge between
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ape-like creatures and early humans. the researchers believe that because of its very small brain size, it could we'll be one of the very first of the group that modern humans belonged to. and may have lived 3 million years ago. >> it would have stood about five feet tall, a small brain about the size of a large orange but a very human-like character to the overall plan of the skull. a hand that is almost human to the palm but then curved extremely out at the distal ends and then long legs that culminate in an incredibly human-like foot. >> reporter: it seems that the naledi people would carry their dead deep into this cave system. if that is the case, it would be the first evidence of ritual behavior in a species, possibly millions of years earlier than anyone had ever thought. what other discoveries lie beneath these african plains. >> scientists believe that there
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are many more species of human ancestors yet to be discovered. pallab ghosh, bbc, johannesburg. >> coming up granola not the healthy treat you once thought. we'll be right back. "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations.
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okay. so when most of us go for granola, we think of it as a healthy choice. there's a darker side to the food, as well. >> you mean it's not a vegetable. >> no, it's not a vegetable or a an fruit. >> so if you do have some granola in your pantry right now, you better go there, pull it out of the cabinet and prepare for your world to be rocked this morning. becky worley now with the details. iraqis. >> reporter: granola, nuts, oats, raise ins, healthy. nutrients, all good tough in there, right? for these three brands, the serving size is eight quarter of a cup. that's an issue. to illustrate. we offer free breakfast. pick any one of these three and serve yourself what you would normally eat for breakfast. after they pour, i measure. 420 calories. >> yikes. >> 18 grams of fat and 21 grams of sugar.
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that's like your normal. >> i'd probably eat more. >> just over a cup, 560 calories. >> wow. >> 24 grams of fat and 28 grams of sugar. >> in fact, comparing the calories fat and sugar of these servings, a surprising equivalent. it's almost as much as a quarter pounder and a half a coke. >> let's not eat that. >> people didn't realize how small the serving size was. does that look like enough for you? >> no. >> right? >> starving in the morning. >> of the 12 people we talked to, only one read the serving size and poured out the correct portion. >> my son's a type 1 diabetic so i read the back. >> the american heart association recommends women consume no more than 24 grams of sugar. >> which causes a problem as
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this woman's portion netted her 17 grams of sugar. >> that's not good. >> reporter: not all brands are this calorie dense. we reached out to all threemakers. nature's path said we adhere to the 30 gram serving size for all grain based knack mixes. bare naked says it also follows the fda regulations. while a quarter cup may not take up a lot of space on your plate, it still offers nutrients boulder brands says it uses the fda guidelines so consumers can compare products easily. becky worley, abc news, new york. so with the series this week, for us morning folks, we've now lost yogurt, granola and muffins. how are we supposed to eat? egg whites? >> with cheddar. or a milkshake. what do you call those, protein shakes. >> even those are fairly fattening, as well. >> apparently you can make it your old granola, old fashioned rolled oats, dried fruits, dried nuts and vanilla. >> it sounds like too much effort for a single guy. >> get to the protein shakes. you like those. >> man, what do we eat now?
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>> do this first. >> i'll be quick. >> oh, this just take a second. >> that is weird. >> what? don't take the kids to see this one. >> nothing weird about that. okay. so as we pay a visit to the reviews, we find a mixed bag actually. james rockie of the rap says it's more of the same presented on a smaller cheaper canvas. where you can see every flaw all the more clearly. and stacy lane wilson of at home in hollywood has a more positive take calling the film a wild ride with a few thrills along the way. >> next up, "sleeping with other people," starring allison breeann jason sue day kiss. lane befriends jake a womanizer with an apparent heart of gold. while initially platonic, the duo falls for each other while trying to abandon their promiscuous ways. >> who wants to learn to dance? okay. you're good. run. there.
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>> naomi, put on track 7 on my workout mix. >> you don't have to do this. it's not your responsibility. >> okay. relax. also, two minutes ago, i accepted my body for the first time. >> at at that time girl. >> critics have been split here with kate of the play list describing the film as a satisfying charmer with a big payoff. amber wilkinson saying it's misogny short on laughs and shorter on believability. >> sounds like a "straight outta compton week" again. >> you're all about that movie. >> that's the news for this half hour. >> remember to follow us on facebook, wnnfans.com. he news for there half hour. >> remember to follow us on facebook, wnnfans.com.
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this morning on "world news now," terror warnings 14 years after 9/11. >> as the feds bust a suspected isis sympathizer linked to another pressure cooker bomb plot similar to boston. that attack planned for today. reaching out, the refugees fleeing the middle east for europe. why thousands more could be headed from syria to the united states. life-saving lessons after that jet erupted into flames in las vegas, safety experts show us how to evacuate an airplane quickly and safely. and later, crowning achievement. beauty queen vanessa williams and a scandal that took away her miss america title. she talks about her remarkable return to the pageant in an abc news exclusive. it's friday, september 11th. from abc news, this is "world news now." we have made it to friday, everybody. i'm kendis gibson.
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we say good morning to you. >> i am reena ninan. it's hard to not pay attention to today being september 11th. i was looking at a fantastic piece of journalism by peter baker in the "new york times." he got the e-mails from the bush administration during 9/11 that day. it was fascinating, among them mary madeleine, the counselor to vice president are dick cheney at the time got something from a conservative writer saying today is pearl harbor at 9:20. and then to condoleezza rice a message from the european union saying all my friendship today. >> 14 years later, still a lot is coming out about that day. we all remember where we were. i was in new york city. i remember hearing the fire trucks go down eighth avenue that day. lots of memories. >> and lots of incredible survivors who have made such an incredible journey to bring hope to such a horrible situation and
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to honor those people. and unfortunately, we're going to kick it off today with new security threats. this time also from al qaeda. on then 14th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. the terror group encouraging the assassination of america's top business leaders including bill gates and warren buffett. >> the goal of the attacks to derail the revival of the u.s. economy. if the threats come as a suspected isis sympathizer accused in a bomb plot is busted in a sting. michele franzen reports. >> reporter: authorities say it was a pressure cooker bomb similar to those used in the boston marathon attacks that the 20-year-old florida suspect knew how to build. that attack in boston two years ago killed three people. the fbi says the suspect was attempting to share bomb building instructions. and is an isis sympathizer. investigators also say the suspect joshua goldberg claims to have inspired the may attack in garland, texas, when two gunmen stormed an art exhibit. those attackers were shot and
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killed by a police officer. the fbi and intelligence officials have been warning about how eb isis has been in reaching out and recruiting new followers. especially so-called lone wolves using the internet and social media. and in this case, the suspect allegedly told an fbi informant online line posing an is a radical to set off a boston style pressure cooker bomb at can an sass city's 9/11 memorial but he was arrested in a sting. abc news, new york. agents raided goldberg's home near jacksonville this week. he's charged with distribution of information relating to explosives as well as weapons of mass destruction. if convicted he faces up to 20 years in prison. as a refugee crisis overwhelms europe, thousands of syrians will soon be settling down in the united states. president obama wants to take in 10,000 refugees, significantly more than the 1500 that was initially planned.
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the white house has been under pressure to do more than just provide money. about 430,000 refugees have crossed the mediterranean this year and germany is welcoming more of them than any other nation. >> those families are seeking peace, stability and opportunities. they say they're willing to risk it all with their children on the dangerous path to asylum because what they're leaving behind is so much worse. abc's terry moran has more from the syrian border. >> reporter: we drive an hour outside beirut down backroads and out amid fields of beans we find the camps. >> how are you? >> reporter: for so many children, this is the only home they have ever known. people here build their homes out of whatever they can find. just pieces of wooden boxes and crates. you see tarps some of them
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provided by the united nations, a screen here. even cardboard boxes. we pay a visit to abu ali, he's lived here for four years. >> what did you think when you left? that you would go back soon? >> we thought all this crisis would last four or five months and we would go home, he says. here his wife picks beans for about $7 a day. >> translator: i would die 10,000 deaths for my children, she says. abu ali, father of six is now prepared to take his family on that dangerous journey to europe in a few days. i must get out of here, he says, any way, even the sea, even if it means death. >> by one estimate, 3,000 syrians are leaving lebanon every day for europe. almost as if all at once, they decided there's no going home again. only the hope of a better future especially for the children. terry moran, abc news, beirut, lebanon. back here in the states, a police hot line is being flooded with tips following a spring of phoenix freeway shootings. 11 vehicles have been struck on phoenix area freeways since the end of august. eight were hit by bullets and three by projectiles like bbs and pellets.
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for many in arizona, it's an ugly reminder of the random shootings which killed eight people ten years ago. the former south carolina police officer who fatally shot an unarmed black man in the back will remain behind bars for now. but a judge is now considering whether michael slager should be released reviewing new information presented at a bond hearing. his attorney says fbi enhanced video shows the officer was assaulted by walter scott during a scuffle before opening fire but scott's family insists he was executed. >> what would make you have that much hate in your heart toward another human being to do something that gross to my brother? >> slager's defense team also produced toxicology reports showing scott had drugs and alcohol in his system. the confrontation started as a routine track stop for a broken taillight. >> the annual tribute and light display will shine tonight from the world trade center, part of the anniversary of the 9/11
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attacks. between rain showers yesterday morning, something different. take a look at this, a rainbow stretching from the site ending at the new world trade center depending on your perspective. the images made their way on to social media from across the new york area. another spectacular scene in the night sky shot from the washington monument showing a meteor streaking across the sky tuesday fight. people reported seeing it as far as away down west as columbus, ohio. it had a large audience and also seen as far as south as north carolina. okay. interesting sight there. backing to terra firma and a southern california couple who will have quite the story to tell their daughter some day. >> little lexi decided she was ready to arrive while they were on the way to the hospital. they pulled into a car wash parking lot where an l.a. county sheriff's deputy called for an ambulance and mom says she was on her way. at the car wash, bertollo tapped lexi on the back and she started crying. good sign. mom called it a once in a
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lifetime experience. bertollo said it was a spectacular moment. >> everyone seemed calm. >> a good thing they were at a car wash. get the car cleaned up quickly. coming up in "the mix," when hairdos turn into hair don'ts. the nfl star becoming well-known for his follicles. >> also ahead, a turnaround for vanessa williams, stripped of her miss america crown years ago. her return to the pageant this weekend and what it means. >> advice from safety experts after the jet fire in las vegas. you can evacuate a burning airplane quickly if you know what to do. >> and remember join us on facebook, wnnfans.com and at twitter @abcwnn. you're watching "world news now." @abcwnn. you're watching "world news now." we rented this resort, hid smelly objects all over each villa and plugged in febreze. then real people were asked to stay for a long weekend. would they smell anything? the room itself was like [sniff] ahhh. feels like someone has pumped fresh oxygen into the room. on the last day we revealed everything.
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the burned out british airways jet that exploded and caught fire remains on the tarmac at las vegas airport this morning. investigators say the engine case failed when it was under the highest pressure during takeoff. they say part of the engine shot out like shrapnel. the big question this morning, was it a maintenance failure or a factor detect? the captain's fiance is among those relieved everyone survived. >> he's a hero. he's a great man with a warm heart and generosity and i'm very proud of him. >> that flight from las vegas to london was supposed to be the penultimate flight for captain chris hencke who was set to retire. now he says, he's finished
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flying. >> what a way to go out. >> as a hero. seeing those images of a plane engulfed in flames has many wondering what would you do if you were in that situation in a similar emergency. >> they could make all the difference between life and death. here's abc's nick watt. >> reporter: a tank full of fuel, fire in the engine, thick smoke. >> requesting fire services. >> 13 crew, 159 passengers. on board. >> ladies and gentlemen, please remain seated. >> is that a good idea? >> no, i don't think so. you should evacuate the aircraft as soon as possible. >> rule number one is get out of there. >> absolutely. >> experts here at aircraft facts training center say if you're traveling in a group, sit together. >> so that everybody can get off together. >> so you're not trying to find your kids in the chaos. >> absolutely.
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>> should i fall asleep or stay awake. >> not during takeoff and landing because most accidents occur during takeoff and landing. >> that's what happened in vegas. takeoff and passengers escaped with their carry ones. >> we are evacuating. we have the fire, i repeat, we are evacuating. >> we're getting out. should i take my bag. >> leave your bag. >> really? >> yes, it's going to jam things up and it will prevent you from evacuating. leave your bagging. >> experts say your straps can get caught on the seat in the aisle and slows you down. it might catch on the arm of the seat. >> as soon as you get on the airplane, know where your nearest exit is. >> so if this happens, you know where to get off. also, patty always travels with a smoke. >> it gives you 20 minutes in a smoke filtered environment. it filters toxins and buys you 20 minutes. >> if that seems too apocalyptic. >> clothing recommendations. >> during takeoff and landing keep your shoes on. i wear long pants because if you
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have to go down the slide again you're going to burn the skin on the back of your legs if you have to go down the slide again. >> wow. >> interesting. we're being told you count the number of seats to the exit because if it's dark inside, you don't know, you can't really see your way through. >> feel, right. you know what i do? i always stuff the seat right under me with all my bags and everything. it's hanging out. the attendant comes by and says you need to put it up there. no, i push it back. that could be the reason i'm stuck in the airplane. >> leave that way behind even if it's a tumi. >> i've got two kids that need to be entertained and snacks. they're going to be crying next to you, kendis. >> no. >> can't leave that bag behind. >> i've spent a lifetime trying not to have kids. thanks. >> coming up in our next half hour, the case of mistaken identity that has the new york police department apologizing to former tennis star. new details about james blake who says he was body slammed to the ground. >> first, it's a major homecoming for vanessa williams. the only miss america ever to resign and heads back to the
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it has been 32 years since it has been 32 years since the scandal that forced vanessa williams to give up her crown, but this year, it really is a home coming. >> williams is returning to judge there weekend's miss america pageant and sat down with our robin roberts opening up about that turbulent time and how she turned it around. >> she was grand. >> before she dazzled us on broadway. >> do you think i want to hit you. >> and proved she was so good at being so bad on the small screen. >> love your perfume, claire. musky.
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>> bite me. >> miss america pageant. >> she made history in 1983. >> our new miss america. >> when she was crowned the first african-american miss america. >> vanessa williams, miss new york. >> and now, after 32 years, she's headed back to atlantic city to judge the pageant that launched her career. miss america. were people really got to know. >> you yeah. 32 years ago. >> why no you -- why now? >> i've got a perfect platform to kind of be reintroduced to the organization that or catapulted me into notoriety and stardom. >> vanessa williams, miss new york. >> let's go to 1983. >> uh-huh. >> you were crowned miss america. what was that moment like for you? >> that was my first time i was against women that had been little miss this and that since they were infants. i didn't know that i was going to win. i knew i was smart enough. i ni i had everything it took but i didn't know that would be the year.
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>> she went on to tour the nation as american royalty, meeting presidents, actors and athletes. her ten-month reign came to an abrupt halt when news broke that nude photos she had taken two years before would be published in "penthouse" magazine, sparking one of the largest scandals of the '80s. >> my parents came into the room i said i don't know what's going on but i'm sorry. we have no idea what's going to happen. i was stupid and took some pictures and apparently they're coming out. and my parents said okay, well, we love you and we'll deal. >> onlookers flocked to newstands in droves to buy what is still the highest grossing issue of "penthouse" magazine ever.
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>> good evening. miss america vanessa williams has lost her crown. >> pageant officials gave her 72 hours to resign or be stripped of her title. >> please, i would like to start. can everyone hear me. >> prompting what was the first and only resignation in the pageant's history. >> i do officially relinquish my title as miss america 1948 to the miss america pageant. >> after a four-year hiatus, she went on to make one of the greatest comebacks in entertainment history. >> at that time, my husband was the one who said listen, if you want to control your career, you should be a recording artist ♪ i'll be dreaming ♪ >> a string of hit singles threw her back into the spotlight ♪ save the best for last ♪ >> and her dream, of starring in feature films and on broadway become a reality. >> you have proven that talent and true grace and beauty wins out. >> i knew again once the dust would settle, i'd get a chance
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to show people who i am. >> how do you want people to react when they hear you're going to be a judge of miss america. >> a new day there and there's a lot of people that do feel that i should return. they are inviting me back as an example of this is what can happen to you in your life. and there might be some more surprises also. >> we'll see. this weekend, you can catch the miss america 2016 live sunday night at 8:00 p.m. eastern, 9:00 p.m. eastern, 8:00 central. >> what a great homecoming story. by the way, this year for the first time in several years, they're going to have that song once again, there she is miss america. >> interesting. she said if you want to impress her, this is a special, special moment. i have to say for the contestants we're giving away something a lot of people don't know. she said to impress her to win, you need to know what's going on not only in the united states but in the world and who is. >> is that how you won the miss "world news now"? >> i'm the miss "world news now.." >> what was your hope for, world peace?
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and now it's time for "the mix." oh, young love. we like to see young love. kids in love. take a look at these photos. look at this lovely woman. emily and her boyfriend johnny. they love to take selfies of themselves. >> of their hickies? >> i don't know about that. >> so she posted that gorgeous selfie ofler and her boyfriend and her parents thought they were so adorable they decided to re-create them. there's mom and dad. >> nobody needs to see that. >> guess what happened? theirs were retweeted on twitter 30,000 times. this college student says she wasn't -- she didn't find it funny at all and didn't expect that her mom and her dad would do this. >> she wouldn't want to see it.
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>> pittsburgh steelers have the wide receiver. if you could call him wide receiver antonio brown. he didn't do that well with. call him a wide receiver? it was a rough night. okay, so he's making news for his haircut. take a look at it. he's coming with like the block look. >> this is a lego haircut. >> it looks like the lego haircut. twitter has gone a mess about this. trying to figure out what he was thinking. not all that cool of a look. >> maybe it's for the lego movie. polka time. ♪ ♪
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this morning on "world this morning on "world news now," political fireworks from donald trump's fighting words with carly fiorina to joe biden's emotional interview just hours ago. will he run for president? scared commuters. today's drive to work and school in phoenix with a fear of highway shootings. latest incidents and new clues. the patriots putting deflategate behind them. >> the wet and victorious start of the season for tom brady and his teammates. but was he really the star last night? later, angry rock stars warning politicians to stop using their music. rem telling a top contender to cease and desist the ever shortening play list in "the skinny," this friday, september 11th. from abc news, this is
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"world news now." do you remember like any political campaigns and the songs? >> the songs that stand out? no, but i do remember when hillary clinton launched her campaign she played roar. it kept playing and playing. >> katie perry a big hillary clinton supporter. >> our producer on the scene says he's going to have to get used to this. 300 plus days of this. the same song. trying to get katie out of his mind. the next republican presidential debate, familiar faces except for one new addition. >> we're talking about carly fiorina, the only woman in the gop race. she's going to be on the stage next week. fiorina, the subject though of donald trump's latest attacks. abc's karen travers has the war of words. >> reporter: donald trump was on the defensive thursday, pulling back from remarks he made about fellow republican candidate carly fiorina to rolling stone.
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look at that face. would anyone vote for that? can you imagine that, the face of our next president? and the view back pedaling. >> she failed miserably at hewlett packet. then ran for the senate is, lost in a landslide. now running for president. >> why don't you talk about her brain instead of her face. >> trump on cnn tangling with dr. ben carson, former neurosurgeon and devout christian, trump's closest rival. >> i don't think he's a great religious figure. i saw him yesterday, he was quoting on humility. it looked like he memorized two minutes before he made the quote. >> reporter: carson responded when it comes to trump, he'll turn the other cheek. >> i'm not going to get into the mud and start slinging dirt. >> reporter: in new hampshire, jeb bush weighed in, telling carson and fiorina. >> they have to get in line. i still i think i'm the number one beneficiary of the donald's insults. >> reporter: and from across the aisle, hillary clinton stumping
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in ohio calling out trump, as well. >> and there is one particular candidate who just seems to delight in insulting women. if he emerges, i would love to debate him. >> reporter: trump phoning in to fox news firing back. >> beating her in a debate would be one of the easy challenges of my life. >> reporter: karen travers, abc news, washington. and vice president joe biden got a political bush during last night's appearance on stephen colbert's show coming from the host himself. colbert telling biden he would be sorely missed if he doesn't run. biden spoke emotionally about making a decision about entering the race saying no one should run if they can't give it 110% and he says that he would be lying if he said he knew he was there. >> i don't think any man or woman should run for president unless, number one, they know exactly why they would want to be president and two, they can
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look at the folks out there and say, i promise you, you have my whole heart, my whole soul, my energy, and my passion to do this. >> and biden also spoke at length about his son beau's death in may, as well his faith and the emotional turmoil of working through his grief. governor of arizona is asking drivers to be especially vigilant as the search continues for a possible serial shooter. 11 vehicles have been targeted since the end of august. brandi hitt has the latest. >> drivers are on edge again on this busy phoenix highway with investigators looking into yet another round of vehicles that may have been targeted. this car's back window shattered early thursday morning. hours later, investigators also confirmed a bullet hole in this semi truck. >> we're not sure all of thighs are bullets. it doesn't matter if it's coming from a handgun, a rifle or a pellet gun. >> reporter: in all, police say there have been nearly a dozen confirmed shooting incidents near this eight-mile stretch of interstate 10 through the heart
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of the city. many drivers now feeling like sitting ducks. >> i use the side streets. i don't even use the 10 anymore. >> reporter: the targets over the last two weeks have been random, hit at all hours of the day on both east and westbound lanes. this pickup's back window was shot at wednesday. look at this tour bus with a gaping hole in the side and the seat. and this shattered window injured a 13-year-old girl. arizona authorities are now getting help from the fbi and atf in tracking down those responsible. >> to take spot shots at moving vehicles that endanger people that are just trying to get to and from work epitomizes cowardice. >> investigators may be zeroing in on is the shooter. in the last 36 hours, the calls they've responded to have been confined to a four-block area of interstate 10. reena? >> and a raging wildfire has forced evacuations in northern california's sierra nevada food hills sparked on wednesday.
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it's grown to around 15,000 acres. at least eight buildings have been lost. six of them were homes. more than 10,000 people to are without power and schools across the are closed today. it's unclear how the fire started. that's being investigated. investigators at the las vegas airport are probing the burnt out british airways jet that erupted in flames during takeoff deuce. they know what happened in the engine that exploded. now the bigger question, why. matt gutman reports. >> reporter: the national transportation safety board reporting part of the boeing 777's engine was disintegrating from the inside. in this video, you hear a bang. the plane shakes, then that curtain of smoke. >> ladies and gentlemen is, please remain seated. >> reporter: the ntsb saying the engine case can you evering multiple breaches. internal parts shooting outward
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like shrapnel. >> it's hard to express how rare this is. this is almost a never event. >> reporter: inside, terrified passengers watch the fire intensify. one of the pilots with the mayday call. >> mayday. mayday. request fire services. >> reporter: what seemed a chaotic exodus inside looked orderly from outside the plane. >> is everybody okay? >> reporter: those emergency slides popping open and all 170 passengers and crew streaming out. g.e., which built that engine, calls its product wildly reliable. the ntsb is still going to have to remove that engine to go it to know whether this was a maintenance failure or factory detect. matt gutman, las vegas. in morning a new threat from al qaeda on this 9/11 anniversary. the group encouraging the assassination of america's top business leaders including bill gates and warren buffett. the goal of the attacks to derail the revival of the u.s.
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economy. the threats come as a suspected isis sympathizer accused of a bomb plot at a kansas city 9/11 memorial is under arrest. and on this 14th anniversary of 9/11, some school kids in new jersey have set up a special memorial, the juniors and seniors at cedar grove high are too young to remember the day itself but decided to place 2,077 flags on their school's front lawn. they also have a name of each of the 9/11 victims on every single one of them. >> what a way to share such a tragedy that took place 14 years ago than with a group of kids here at cedar grove high school. >> this flag memorial will be kept in place for the next week and a half. school administrators say it will return next year tore once again honor the 9/11 victims and heroes. there are new federal food safety rules focused on cleanliness following a series of deadly food bourn illnesses. those rules force food manufacturers to prepare food safety plants in detail how they
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keep their operations clean. they also will layout how foodmakers monitor and clean up dangerous bacteria like listeria, salmonella, e. coli. the rules go into effect later this year. fall is around the corner and that means apple picking season is upon us. after a few bad seasons, this year's crop shaping up to be a pretty strong one with orchards across the midwest ready to turn out at abundant harvest. the success at these orchards in wisconsin an trib oo beautied to months of wet weather. >> i don't know about this one. just in time for cold winter weather. keurig is hoping to heat up sales with chicken soup. k-cups are hitting stores two years after the company decided to team up. each pod comes with a packet of noodles flavored in two flavors. they recommend you run a hot water cycle before and after just so your soup doesn't taste
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like coffee and vice versa. >> it sounds like a good idea. like every college kid that gets an expensive keurig will be loving this. >> i would say go to the dollar store and get the ramen noodles. passage in college. time now for a brief edition of sports with reena. nfl season opener style. reena, all yours. >> thank you so much. kendis, the new england patriots started their campaign the way they ended the last one. >> how? >> by winning. quarterback tom brady in mid-season form. finding rob gronkowski for the patriots. first two touchdowns, gronk also caught a third touchdown in the fourth quarter, but this was brady's night. he listened to that taylor swift song "shake it off." he threw four touchdowns total. the steelers made it seem closer. final score, new england, 28, pittsburgh, 21. i read a "boston globe" report that the said gronkowski is due about $10 million in options. will listen to the rihanna song and you might want to say to the folks at the patriots "betta have my money."
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remember that song? >> coming up in "the skinny," a superstar sally field and steven king have something new and prominent in common. >> football players injured by artificial turf. the investigation at a high school after student athletes suffered burns. and the retired tennis star body slammed by police caught in a case of mistaken identity. the apology from police but is it enough? first we have today's forecast map. you're watching "world news now." >> so rihanna, huh? "world news now" weather, "world news now" weather, brought to you by downey. brought to you by downey. and pilled cardigans become pets. but it's not you, it's the laundry. protect your clothes from stretching, fading, and fuzz. ...with downy fabric conditioner... it not only softens and freshens, it helps protect clothes from the damage of the wash.
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is suspended two games after several players were burned on the artificial turf. the coach t.j. cavalier had the team crab walk across a field when the temperatures were bob 90 degrees. six players suffered blisters on their hands. the coach immediately e-mailed apologies to the players and parents. the district weighed had his remorse in deciding the punishment. >> i believe they need to be concerned about having necessary protective gear on a hot artificial turf. the students wearing gloves sustained no injuries. >> the school did do an investigation and found the crab walk drill is a common one. this week's heat wave was however unusual. the coach said that he never realized it would hurt his players. got to speak up sometimes when you're a player. it's hard to do that sometimes. retired tennis star james blake will be meeting with new york's mayor and police commissioner sometime in the future.
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they will discuss blake's being mistakenly arrested. >> the nypd has already taken steps to move past wednesday's incidents as cecilia vega reports. >> reporter: new york city police say they have personally apologized to james blake, once ranked number four in the world. telling robin roberts he was standing on a busy manhattan street when a plain clothes officer ran directly toward him. >> picked me up, body slammed me. put me on the ground, told me to turn over and shut my mouth and put the cuffs on me. >> reporter: police official identifying that officer. >> i said, i'm scared. if i say something wrong, i'm sorry. >> reporter: police say blake looked like this man. seen in a picture on tmz sports. but to make matters worse, he, too, was an innocent person. wrongly identified. >> if you see those two photos together, the similarities are remarkable. >> reporter: but the tennis star not backing down. >> this happens too often. and most times, it's not to
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someone like me. >> reporter: and investigators reviewing surveillance footage. the officer in question has been placed on administrative leave. his gun and his badge removed. cecilia vega, abc news, new york. >> thank you so much. coming up the nation's top artists honored at the white house. >> and the house that jay-z and beyonce are being forced out of. the skinny is next. "world news now" continues after there from our abc stations.
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♪ skinny, so skinny and topping your friday skinny this morning, politicians having a tough time you would say with their campaign play lists. >> the legendary rock band rem the latest music group to tell a candidate not to use their music. >> you have donald trump who used the band's "it's the end of the world as we know it" at an event in d.c. in reference to the iran nuclear deal. >> afterwards, band member michael steiff said "do not use our music or my voice for your moronic charade of a campaign." earlier in the week, the band survivor had a similar reaction to mike huckabee playing "eye of the tiger" when kim davis was released from jail. you know, my absolute favorite, this is a pretty interesting moment. good choice of music i would say. but i would say from the '92 campaign, clinton/gore "don't stop thinking about tomorrow." that's probably my ultimate. >> they got approval first. sarah palin used "barracuda," and they didn't like it. heart did not like that.
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>> turning to the white house where president obama welcomed a distinguished group for the national medal of arts and humanities awards ceremony. among them actress sally field. she's been a force in hollywood since the 1960s as well as an advocate for women and a champion of lgbt rights. >> she starred in many classic films two of which earned her best actress oscars, something the president made reference to. >> we like you. we really like you. >> how did we know he was going to go there. >> a nod to her famous acceptance speech. also receiving a medal of honor, one of the most popular and prolific fiction writers stephen king. his many works of suspense and science fiction noted for their sharp analysis of human nature. >> other honorees chef alice
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waters, authors larry mcmurtry as well as musician meredith monk. >> we move on to music now and the superstar couple beyonce and jay-z and news they're about to become homeless. >> tmz, the house is reporting that the house they've been renting in l.a. was sold. now they have to look for a new place to call home. the carter family decided to move from new york to california but they had to rent when plans to buy kind of fell through. >> apparently the owner of their rented home reportedly sold the property for $35 million. they're looking for homes in exclusive neighborhoods all over. >> there's always airbnb. >> and trulia. >> we're getting a look at how bernie madoff will get the big screen treatment. robert de niro will play madoff as well as michelle pfeiffer as his wife ruth. >> here's a sneak peek. the upcoming movie is called "the wizard of lies."
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>> may day, may day. request fire services. >> 2076, heavy fire services are on the way. >> we could smell the flames and we looked from the left hand side of the window and could see black smoke. >> i wanted to get off the plane and be be alive. >> i don't know if this is a copycat crime, if it's multiple people. there is no pattern for time. it's been different days of the week, different hours of the day. >> i just want to give god the glory. his people have rallied and you are a strong people! >> the courage of her convictions was more important than simply even her own freedom. >> i did not send or receive any information that was marked classified at the time. >> my brother probably didn't control the republican congress spending. i think he should have brought the hammer down on the republicans when they were spending way too much. >> i've been doing deals for a long time. that's what i do. never ever, ever in my life have
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i seen any transaction so incompetently negotiated as our deal with iran. >> it shouldn't have happened. it's something that we'll deal with the police and we'll find out what they have to say internally. hopefully, there's video of it and people can see what happened. >> what is it like to be the arm candy in a relationship? >> don't talk. >> more of this, less of that. exactly. just be shiny. >> shiny and pretty. >> yeah, that's mostly what i do. >> that was a funny moment. if you did miss any of "world news now" this week, you can relive our highlights. check out wnnfans.com. >> our weekly in case you missed wrap-up we'll fill you in. wnnfans.com as we mentioned. big week ahead. the debates. >> i'm looking forward to that. >> debates on the 16th, as well. >> this is abc's "world news now." informing insomniacs for two decades.
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making news in america this morning, severe weather, several inches of rain falling overnight stranding drivers and flooding classrooms at a university. so where is it all heading right now? high alert. an isis-inspired american under arrest planning an attack at a september 11th commemoration on this 14th anniversary of the tragedy. we're live with the details. breaking overnight, hostage crisis. a carjacking suspect running into a crowded restaurant. the patrons filing out with hands on their head. how did it all end? and caught on camera, a bear trapped inside a family's lexus ripping apart the interior. well, good friday morning to u.

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