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>> all right. because it's no longer a community, aristotle thought a city shouldn't have over 100,000 people, meaning he'd probably-- so that's asking me basically what city state capital has more than 100,000 people, is the way i'm reading that. which doesn't really help me figure out any of the others. i'm just thinking being an east coast person myself, that hartford seems to have a lot more people in it, at least when i'm driving through it to get on my way somewhere else. or is aristotle-- you know what, let's not leave it on the table. might as well take "50/50" and see what we end up with. >> final? >> final. >> okay, smart move. you don't want to leave with those lifelines still on the board. so let's take away two incorrect answers. >> of course, the two. all right, i'm gonna go for it,
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and i'm gonna say a, hartford. final answer. >> wait, didn't you say when you drive through it, it seems like there's-- >> right. >> you're right. hartford, connecticut. all the others have less than 40,000 people. >> really? >> yeah. crazy. all right. [horn blares] $20,000, oskar, that sound means that time is up. but you're coming back to play more "millionaire." >> sounds good. >> all the lifelines are gone, but you're two away from $50,000, only six away from $1 million. >> all right. >> can we complete his bucket list dream, get him to $1 million? we'll find out next time. thanks for watching. for everyone who's been a part of this one, i'm chris harrison. we'll see you next time. closed captioning sponsored by: it's not weird. it's halloween. get everyone in on the fun with over 5,000 total costumes in store and at kmart.com
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more than 20 people and recovered 90 luxury cars that were shipped to west africa to be sold at a big profit. a megamerger could be in the works for the hotel industry. first the drug stores, now the hotel is -- hotels. hyatt said to be in talks to buy starwood hotel and resorts. the combined company would be one of the largest lodging chains in the world. the brands include "w," westin and the st. regis. you have been on the road quite a bit. >> i want to do the hyatt brand. >> you can stay at the hyatt, too. get extra points. you're the point man. you really know. >> yes, i try to. okay, so back to our big merger, the drugstore merger set to take place across the country. >> walgreen's set to buy rite-aid for more than $9 billion becoming one of only two drugstore chains in the u.s. they're saying this could benefit consumers. here's abc's rebecca jarvis. >> reporter: it's a far cry from the local pharmacy on the
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corner. >> the remarkable new medicines found in all drugstores today. >> reporter: industry giant walgreens with its 8,200 stores acquiring rite aid and its 4,600 stores. creating a drugstore colossus. if regulators approve, it will mean the market for your medicine is dominated by just two major players. walgreens and competitor cvs. typically, less competition means higher prices, but that might not be the case here, according to some experts, because walgreens will now have the upper hand when negotiating prices with drug companies. americans spent a staggering 13% more on drugs last year than the year before. so, what can you do? use apps like good rx or lower meds, which let you compare prices at local pharmacies. check discount warehouse clubs like costco and bjs. they offer some of the lowest prices and you don't have to be a member to buy. and try mail order. if your insurance offers it,
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they'll typically send you a 90-day supply. rebecca jarvis, abc news, new york. >> very good tips. >> yeah. it's too bad, though, for the mom and pop drugstores that are probably getting impacted. did you moonlight as a drug dealer sometimes? >> a drug dealer? >> a legal one, or course. >> negative. >> negative? really. >> no, i can't figure out a 10% tip let alone mixing. > mixing all that stuff. >> you got to know your math when you're a pharmacist. yeah, so never come to insomniac pharmacy because it will be messed up. >> you've got to know your chemicals. next, what justin bieber did during a live interview that got some fans giving him the thumbs down. zac efron and robert de niro getting a thumbs up because they are shirtless. who doesn't want to see bobby de niro shirtless? oh, i can't call him bobby. only his mom calls him bobby. >> "world news now" continues after this from our abc
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♪ skinny, so skinny okay. time now for "the skinny." apparently for justin bieber there's only so much a guy can take. >> as he promotes his upcoming album release, he's been making the round of interviews, but this one ended badly. at a radio space station in spain -- radio station in spain, the host asked bieber a series of apparently uncomfortable questions for him including whether there's a woman in miss life and if he dresses himself. and then this happened. >> we want to make like a crazy -- we want to break the internet.
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so now we've got you here, and we've got friends of us, the biggest viewers in europe -- hundreds of millions of followers. [ speaking foreign language ] >> hundreds of millions. >> crazy. >> come with us. >> here, here, here. justin, here. >> justin? >> oh, yeah. >> see ya. >> you can see he walked out without a word or explanation. i give him credit for this one. he didn't make a big fuss, felt uncomfortable, stepped out. other bieber fans don't feel this way. >> despite the title of his new song, he did not say sorry about this incident though. i thought something was lost in translation. i watched the whole eight-minute interview. it was kind of weird. >> you think maybe he misunderstood what they were trying to do? >> it just got to be too long winded, this interview, with the translation.
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>> does the guy get credit for not coming after them? he quietly disappeared. >> yeah. next up, something old, something new and apparently something for everyone in the trailer for "dirty grandpa." >> a comedy starring zac efron and robert de niro. focuses on a grandfather teaching old tricks to his young grandson how to live on the wild side. ♪ >> you don't know how much i appreciate you doing this for me. >> are you naked? >> yeah, it's the best way to sleep. >> oh, my god. >> there is plenty of nudity, alcohol and even crack smoking as the two tool around florida in a pepto pink mini cooper. "dirty grandpa" hits theaters january 22nd. >> it looks hilarious. one of the artists who defined the sound of the '80s is set to launch a big comeback. >> talking about phil collins. has recently been battling medical issues.
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he lost nearly all the hearing in his left ear in 2000. in 2007, during the genesis reunion, spinal problem caused nerve damage in his hands leaving him unable to play the drums. >> but a recent surgery is giving him new hope. now he's no longer retired telling "rolling stone" magazine "the horse is out of the stable and i'm raring to go." >> it will be great to see him back. okay, and finally our latest edition of celebrity real estate porn. who doesn't like to see that at this hour? >> a couple weeks ago, dr. oz plunked down $18 million for this estate in palm beach, florida and now renting it out for 90,000 bucks a month. the landmark oceanfront mansion was built in 1923. it's nearly 11,000 square feet. boasting 12 bedrooms and 15 bathrooms. >> wow. the living room is 36 feet long, the dining room 32 feet. there's a tennis court, swimming pool and beach side cabana with
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its own living room, bedroom and bathrooms. >> look forward to having a party there. >> proving stars, they're just like us. coming up, michael strahan. we'll explain. coming up, michael strahan. we'll explain. el strahan. we'll explain.
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♪ michael strahan's spent his entire football career, of course, with the new york giants breaking records and becoming a super bowl champion. >> and his career really took off right here on abc. what's the next logical step for michael strahan? hollywood. >> of course. >> we're up "up all nightline" with michael strahan. >> hey. >> whoa. whoa. d.c. council you drop my apples -- don't adjust your tv screens. that's me, michael strahan, guest starring on this week's episode
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of "blackish" or should we call it -- >> hey, everybody, i'm on the set of "blackish." i'm playing anthony anderson's cousin junebug. >> everybody thinks anthony and i look alike. so we decided to be on this episode together so we can prove we are not the same person. i'm so excited. i'm ready for my close-up. let me get into character. let's go. what's up? >> but before we start rolling some acting advice courtesy of my co-stars. >> you know, i'm glad that i'm here and thank you for having me because a lot of people think you and i are the same people. >> i'm going to show them something. my gap has closed immensely and his has widened. >> immensely. >> i think it's a compliment to me because i've been in the gym. so for them to confuse me with this, i'll take that any day. >> maybe i ain't going to be happy. i'm just saying -- you look good. >> what are we looking forward to this on halloween show? >> you're going to be scary. >> yes. >> very strong. >> yes, keep going. >> very handsome. there's a lot of acting. no.
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>> i was feeling good about myself until you did that. you play a mother to four kids on the show. >> yes. it's amazing. probably one of my favorite parts working with anthony, working with the kids. >> i am so nervous. what kind of advice do you have for me? >> if you like mess up on your lines, it's okay to mess up because everybody messes up. even i mess up. >> wow. >> even this guy messes up. >> even he messes up? >> i'm on set. i've got to get back to work. check out "blackish." this is the halloween -- >> michael, get your [ expletive ] back to work, man. >> bye. >> oh, we love our michael. we love our michael. he has so much time on his hands. he's such a slacker, doesn't do much. >> we learned he's going to be cookie on "empire," and on "kelly and michael." i can't wait to watch that. >> don't miss our updates on facebook, wnnfans.com. >> this is abc "world news now," informing insomniacs for two decades. informing insomniacs for two decades.
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good morning. i'm reena ninan. >> and i'm kendis gibson. here are the top headlines we're following this morning on "world news now." the gloves were off at last night's republican presidential debate with the candidates spending more time attacking each other than the democrats. they also lashed out at moderators. more details in a moment. wisconsin republican paul ryan is expected to be elected as speaker of the house today. he takes over from john boehner who is retiring from congress. ryan says his election represents a new day in the house of representatives. fall from grace. former house speaker dennis hastert entered a guilty plea in a criminal case involving hush money. it hid alleged misconduct dating back to the '70s when he was a high school wrestling coach. >> and the kansas city royals now have a two-game lead over the mets in the world series
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after last night's 7-1 victory. the series now moves to new york. game three right here on friday night. those are some of our top stories on this thursday, october 29th. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> a good morning to you. we begin this half hour with the third republican presidential debate. donald trump and ben carson were center stage but the other candidates behind in the polls were the ones who seemed to emerge. >> and they all took shots at each other. it's "your voice, your vote." abc's tom llamas was there. >> the ten candidates starting aggressively. john kasich throwing the first direct punch. >> we've got to wake up. we cannot elect somebody that doesn't know how the to do the job. you've got to pick somebody who has experience, the know how. >> reporter: and then donald trump firing back. >> he was such a nice guy and he said, oh, i'm never going to attack. but then his poll numbers tanked. that's why he's on the end and
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he got nasty. and he got nasty. so you know what? you can have him. >> senator marco rubio defending his time in the senate after one of his hometown newspapers called on him to resign over missing votes writing you are ripping us off, senator. >> in 2008, barack obama missed 60 or 70% of his votes and the same newspaper endorsed him again. so this is another example of the double standard that exists in this country between the mainstream media and the conservatives. >> reporter: former florida governor jeb bush also calling out rubio for missing votes. >> but marco, when you signed up for this, this was a six-year term. you should be showing up to work. literally the senate, what is it like a french workweek, you get three days where you have to show up? you can campaign or just resign and let someone else take the job. >> reporter: but rubio firing back. >> i don't remember you ever complaining about john mccain's vote record. the only you're doing it now is because we're running for the same position and someone convinced you attacking me is going to help you.
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here's the bottom line -- my campaign is going to be about the future of america, not about attacking anyone else on the stage. >> reporter: there's clearly a split between the candidates what they should be doing during this debate. some believe they should only be attacking hillary clinton and the democrats while others are still attacking each other jockeying for space. tom llamas, abc news, boulder colorado. three people were injured in a shooting inside an indianapolis shopping mall last night. police say a suspect opened fire after a dispute turned violent. two bystanders were hurt. the victims were two men and a woman, all young adults. they're recovering at the hospital. thousands of police officers from all across the country stood in the pouring rain in new york city yesterday as one of their own was mourned murdered police officer randolph holder was remembered by his family, friends and top city officials during funeral services. his body is now being taken to his native country guyana for burial. an intense military investigation under way to find out why a high priced military blimp floated away and kept floating for hours.
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the blimp now in at least two pieces on ground in rural pennsylvania. elizabeth hire has the story. >> many questions, few answers following a jay lens blimp that went down in central pennsylvania. j jlamd elevated sensor system. >> jlens is what the army calls an aerostat. >> this protects the national capital region but it's a very sophisticated military technology, classified. >> defense officials say around the noon the blimp built by raytheon broke free from its tether in maryland and began drifting north over pennsylvania about 60 miles southwest of scranton, reportedly knocking dour power lines. two f-16 fighter jets were scrambled to shadow the movement of the hi-tech blimp. >> somebody did try to use the button to bring it down but it didn't work. several things failed. >> reporter: the blimp carried sophisticated technology as well as a remote inflation system
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specifically designed to be used in situations like this. >> it could be worth more than $2 billion. this is a huge embarrassment for them given all the amount of money they've invested and all of the protective systems designed to prevent something liking this from happening. >> reporter: while it is unclear how this happened, officials maintain because this was an experimental blimp used in addition is on existing systems, there is no risk to the air defense in the d.c. area. back to you. >> thank you so much. and doctors have found out why form toronto mayor rob ford is in excruciating tumor. there's a new tumor on his bladder. the colorful but controversial canadian politician had cancer surgery last may. it's not known whether this is related to his previous cancer. ford still a member of the toronto city council. he tweets that he's optimistic he'll recover. back in this country, a volunteer school band leader accused of abusing one of his students with duct tape. new york police say the man taped a 9-year-old boy's mouth shut. it supposedly was part of a
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lesson on slavery. a classmate says it was just a joke. the soul tigers marching band has been featured in the macy's thanksgiving day parade as well as a clothing commercial. now to the worries about high school football. seven players have died so far from injuries on the field this season. another player from california survived his injuries. there are questions about the safety helmet he was wearing. here's abc's matt gutman. >> reporter: number 18, josh nava, makes the tackle. >> he's down and he looks like he's in pain. >> reporter: but he barely makes it back to the sideline friday night, wobbling until a teammate props him up. then collapsing under that bench. >> came off the field, everything seemed normal. >> reporter: this ambulance rushing the 17-year-old defensive back to a hospital in riverside, california, for emergency surgery to stop the bleeding and swelling on his brain. like his teammates that night, nava was wearing riddell's
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insight impact helmet rimmed with sensors. >> that sensor is in there to monitor the severity of certain impacts and also the frequency of certain impact, as well. >> reporter: but in nava's case, the school district says his helmet's sensor did not work. now, products like these are not going to stop the concussion epidemic, but if a coach sees a red light like this blinking, he at least knows to take a second look at a player wearing this helmet. riddell telling abc news, since few facts are known, it would be inappropriate for us to speculate about the incident. nava is still in an induced coma, but at least now, his family says, he's breathing on his own. matt gutman, abc news, los angeles. proof it is unlikely there will be an international ban on shipping quantities of rechargeable batteries on passenger airliners. a united nations panel rejecting such a move even though there is evidence the batteries can start fires during flights. those fires are difficult to extinguish, as well. just a few weeks, the faa warned about shipping quantities of lithium ion batteries.
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>> there's going to be more lost production than usual in offices across the country because today is national cat day. you can have kittens delivered to your office. those deliveries can be arranged with the driving service uber and if you really like a kitten that comes by, you can make arrangements to adopt it. 30 bucks will get you the 15 minutes with a cat. the rest is up to you. look at that sweet a pie. -- sweetie pie. >> why don't we have -- why aren't we overrun by kittens right now? >> we are. >> because that's us torturing one another. >> we don't torture kittens. no. so speaking of lost productivity, how do you think a work station like this one would affect productivity? it's called the alt work station. >> are you going to check my teeth and floss. >> its main features it allows users to recline on the job. >> the seat, desk, and monitor stand are electronically
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controlled. the keyboard and mouse stay affixed to the desk. do you get a free toothbrush if you order this. >> it has a programmable memory that allows you to mark the exact positions you prefer. all those features are going to cost you nearly four grand if you preorder. >> a lot of people here at abc especially upstairs at our news desk have these fancy stands. they believe about standing and some of them, dan harris loves to have -- >> matt gutman as you can see he's got a good body. he does the standing desk out in l.a. >> does he? >> yes. >> what are you trying to say, people with good bodies at this network stand? >> yes. >> how come you have one and i don't? >> a good body? >> i'm talking about the standing desk. >> it's good for your health. jack's always laying down on the job. >> none of our producers have standing desks on the overnight. >> good point. coming up, we will eat on the job. it's national seafood month and
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and it's featured through early march. >> you don't really get wet. >> you don't get wet. very calming and cool. well, president and first lady were treated to a royal visit at the white house. all in the spirit of supporting wounded veterans. >> britain's prince harry is here to help kick off the run-up to the 2016 invictus games. abc's serena marshall was there. >> reporter: there's just no other way to say it. >> all right, ladies. prince harry is here. don't act like you don't notice. >> reporter: his royal highness prince harry in d.c. with the first lady to kick off the invictus games. a paralympic-style event for military veterans an issue personal for the prince. a former army captain with two tours in afghanistan. >> returning to the u.k. after my first deployment, i shared the flight home with three critically injured british soldiers. it hit me then this flight was one of many carrying home men and women whose lives would be changed forever and some who had made the ultimate sacrifice.
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>> reporter: they're launching the 2016 games to be held in the spring with a friendly game of wheelchair basketball. among the players, former navy petty officer max roan seriously injured after a grenade hit his humvee in iraq six years ago. >> focus every day. a goal that gets me out of bed in the morning and the team keeps me going when i'm having a big day. this was a big part of my healing process. >> reporter: while the games are about raising awareness and support for veterans you can still expect a friendly competitive spirit between the two countries. >> i should apologize to him in advance for all the gold medals america will win in orlando. >> you better bring it, usa. >> reporter: and athletes going for gold. >> we took thome silver in the volleyball game which will be redeemed next year. max and team usa lost volleyball at the last games to, you guessed it, britain.
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the 2016 games though will be held in may at the espn wide world of sports in orlando. and this time feature 15 countries and more than 500 athletes. reena, kendis? >> thank you so much. serena, he said in his speech yesterday that being deployed to afghanistan completely changed the direction of his life. i think you see that. he genuinely cares about this. >> he does. it's an ongoing effort for him. the important thing we didn't get there the first lady might have mentioned that he's still single and no plans to get married anytime soon. >> you had to mention that one. >> yeah, all right. coming up, we have only three days left in october. >> just three days left in the national seafood month. and we're in for a treat from the sea for our insomniac kitchen today. you're watching "world news now." "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations.
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there are only three days left in october. there are only three days left in october. so foodwise, most of us appreciate pumpkin and halloween candy, right. >> it's also as you mentioned national seafood month. this morning wait till you see what we've cooked up to celebrate. abc's trina trinh is in our kitchen. > hey, this is national seafood month. we're here at red stixs restaurant in manhattan with jason lee. this alaskan king crab. >> this is fresh straight out of alaska.
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one side is salt and pepper, the other side garlic and scallion. >> i guess we've got to take it to the kitchen. sorry, friend. >> unfortunately for fred, fortunate for us. >> we will do you proud, fred. >> we're in the kitchen with executive chef skinny who is going to show us how to get the crab ready for the steamer. steamer. >> so he just places it in your big, big steamer here. >> yes. >> how long are we going to steam it for? >> 15 minutes. >> 15 minutes. here's the big reveal. wow. >> yeah. it's pretty grand. >> the color is just so gorgeous. now we have our steamed crab. and we're going to toss them in two different kinds of sauces. >> yes, there's two different preparations. one side is salt and pepper, more of a drier sauce. the other half will be garlic scallion which is a wet sauce.
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>> what's next? >> what chef skinny is going to do is dip every piece in cornstarch. why we do that is it helps the sauces stick to the meat and the shell. it's going to flash fry it and the reason why we use cornstarch is because we want to still keep this gluten free. we don't use flour. >> interesting. we've steamed the crabs, dusted them with cornstarch. now it's time to give them a little bit of a frying. >> we're going to flash fry them a few seconds to get the cornstarch stuck on the meat and then it's going to go into the sauces. >> giving it a little bit of a crunchy texture. >> absolutely. there's a little bit of crunchy in there. >> now it's time for the sauces. >> yes. chef skinny is going to start with the garlic ginger sauce. >> what do we need here? we're working with garlic, ginger, scallions. >> those three ingredients. a little salt, a little sugar. some sesame oil. chinese wine and scallion flavored sesame oil.
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>> all right. sauce number two. >> sauce number two. this is a salt and pepper sauce. it's a dry side, but you know, heck of a lot of flavor. it's salt, pepper, scallions, chilies and a little bit of ginger, too. >> all right. here we go. >> here we are. mm. oh, my god. >> is it great? >> that is delicious. wow. >> and all the rules go out the door this morning at this hour to eating seafood. we say thank you to red stixs. >> this has got to be the world's largest oyster. >> they call them spiders of the sea, crabs that is. >> huge. >> take a bite. love to see how you do that. and please don't drip on your shirt because we don't have another shirt for you. delicious?
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♪ ♪ okay, well, let's move on now to something stranger than fiction. you know, there are quite a few storied haunted houses across america that may or may not be legitimately haunted. >> one of those houses was the basis for a movie thriller released two years ago, but the owners say it's hollywood and not the supernatural that conjured up their demons. here's abc's david wright. >> for the owners of this rural rhode island farmhouse, the trouble started with the 2013 horror movie "the conjuring." about a pair of real life ghost hunters.
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>> we prefer to be known simply as ed and lorraine warren. >> reporter: investigating evil spirits tormenting andrea perrin and her family. the film supposedly based on true events. the filmmakers shot at a different house but used perrin's real name and the name of the town. ever since the movie came out, the new owners of the farmhouse say they've been haunted not by poltergeists but by horror fans and curiosity seekers. >> we heard about this place from the movie. >> just wanted to take pictures from the road. >> reporter: now the homeowners have filed suit claiming while the makers have profited enormously from the film, they received nothing but a conjuring instigated siege of their property. speaking to "inside edition" they said -- >> if it needs this type of publicity, if it needs a lawsuit to get this out, that is my main goal to get it out this stuff is made up and to take the stigma off this house.
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>> reporter: we reached out to the studio who said they hadn't seen the lawsuit, but it's out there. you better believe it. david wright, abc news, new york. >> whoa. >> wow. >> so if we tell that you this set is haunted, do we get a new set? >> that would be kind of nice. anderson, are you out there. >> >> who's haunting this place? >> it is haunted. that's us. >> i don't know who's more scared there, you or me. >> i think you might be scared of my shorts. >> who wears short shorts? >> that's the news for this half hour. remember to follow us on facebook at wnnfans.com. facebook at wnnfans.com. on facebook at wnnfans.com.
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this morning on "world news now," no holds barred. >> the gop candidates waste no time mixing it up on the debate but the battle royale not as it was first billed as trump and carson take a back seat. live coverage of new political rivalries and fingers pointed at moderators. blimp blunder. the ultra-expensive military apparatus breaking free and floating away. the journey across several states, the power outages it caused and who is paying for the mess. serious accusations against an nba player in a jewelry store. was it an honest mistake or racial profiling? the calls to 911 and a new response from the store. and "star wars" fan hit by the dark side of the force. what you cannot bring to the theater when the movie opens up in december. the impact on party plans for the big premiere unless you're
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in a galaxy far, far away. that's "the mix" on this thursday, october 29th. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> and we do say good morning to you. it is a busy thursday morning already. i'm kendis gibson. >> i'm reena ninan. we're going to start with our lead story this morning. last night's republican debate. debate number three, it was much sharper toned for most of the candidates but not the front-runners. >> in fact, donald trump and ben carson almost seed to take a back seat. brandi hitt joining us live from boulder, colorado. good morning. >> good morning, reena and kendis. things still got a little heated last night here at the debate site. you can see the ten republican candidates on stage get aggressive over tax reform and immigration. this was their biggest job interview with the american people. >> do you want to answer? >> round three and the gop
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presidential candidates didn't hold back in a debate focused on the economy. >> this stuff is fantasy. >> reporter: ohio governor john kasich going directly after ben carson and donald trump's budget proposals. >> you can't do it with empty promises. >> i went into ohio where we had an $8 billion hole and now we have a $2 billion surplus. >> his poll numbers tanked. that's why he's on the end and he got nasty. and he got nasty. you know what, you can have him. >> reporter: carson has proposed imposing a flat tax, but the moderators argued his numbers don't add up. >> the rate is going to be much closer to 15%. >> 15% still leaves you with a $1.1 trillion hole. >> you also have to get rid of all the deductions and loopholes. >> reporter: marco rubio answered calls from his hometown newspaper to resign from the senate for missing too many votes. >> it's evidence of the bias that exists in the american media today.
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>> when you signed up for this, it was a six-year term. you should be showing up to work. >> someone has convinced you to attack me. >> reporter: carly fiorina was questioned about her reported as ceo of hewlett-packard. >> yes, i was fired over a disagreement in the boardroom. i will run on my record all day long. >> reporter: after infighting and aggressive question, ted cruz had enough. >> this is not a cage match. and you look at the questions, donald trump, are you a comic book villain, ben carson, can you do math, john kasich, will you insult two people over here, should be what are your substantive solutions. >> okay. >> reporter: and with ten candidates on that main stage last night, they were often fighting for time. arguing with each other. even arguing with the moderators, reena and kendis. things got a little confusing at times and they did get ugly. >> you saw unusual happen after the debate between donald trump and rand paul. tell us about that. >> yes, here in the spin room, i saw them hug. yes, donald trump and rand paul hugged, and when you look at the last debate, the second debate, they went after each other and things got really ugly. don't know what happened between then and now but they didn't
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attack each other on last night's stage. they hugged it out here in the spin room. >> bro hug. there was also quite a debate before the debate about the green rooms. what was the deal in. >> oh, yes, kendis. when all the candidates arrived here in boulder the day before the debate, two days ago, people were going into the green rooms and you had rand paul's -- one of his advisers checking out their green room which looked very scarce. there was a bathroom. and then looked at trump's green room which was very posh. it looked like a vegas casino. they're like what's going on here. oh, yeah. they complained but the paul staffers say the rnc fixed it so they were happy. they got a little better accommodations after they said something. >> and they took the green m & m's out of the bowls, as well. >> they need to work on those riders. all right. abc's brandi hitt live from the republican debate in colorado. thank you. we're going to turn our focus now to busy an's deputy political director, shushannah
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walshe with insight into last night's debate. >> we love having you here. let's get to the moment between jeb bush and marco rubio. take a listen. >> because i'm a constituent of the senator and i helped him and i expected that he would do constituent service which means he shows up to work. marco, when you signed up for this, this was a six-year term. you should be showing up to work. literally, the senate -- what is it like a french workweek? you get three days where you have to show up? you can campaign or resign and let someone else take the job. >> the only reason you're doing it right now is because we're running for the same position. someone has convinced you that attacking me is going to help you. >> here's the bottom line -- >> ooh. >> fighting words. >> this was really the strongest moment of the debate. this was supposed to be jeb bush's breakout moment. we saw protege, one-time mentor, not anymore. and it said it was marco rubio who came out really strong. >> another target was by far the media last night. >> absolutely. >> ted cruz had a breakout moment.
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look at that and get your thoughts. >> the questions that have been asked so far in this debate, illustrate why the american people don't trust the media. [ applause ] this is not a cage match. and you look at the questions, donald trump, are you a comic book villain, ben carson, can you do math. john kasich, will you insult two people over here, marco rubio, why don't you resign? jeb bush, why have your numbers fallen? how about talking about the substantive issues people care about. >> got a lot of applause. >> absolutely. we've heard these attacks before. they go over well with republican voters. going after the media. and again, we saw it tonight from ted cruz. i think we'll see these attacks go on throughout this campaign. >> there's another bush moment where he tried to assert himself over fantasy football betting and chris christie also weighed in. take a look at the exchange. >> effectively it's day trading
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without regulation at all. when you have insider information which has been the case where people use that information, use big data to try to take advantage of it, there has to be some regulation. >> why are we talking about getting the government involved in fantasy football? we have, wait a second, we have $19 trillion in debt. we have people out of work. we have isis and al qaeda attacking us and we're talking about fantasy football? [ cheers and applause ] >> a lot of applause there on that one too. >> this is really the chris christie he's been down in the polls. we haven't heard from him recently. this is the chris christie that's been on the national stage for years. it reintroduces himself and reminds voters of his signature style. he needed a breakout moment and he got one tonight. >> we're going to see who gets a bounce. another debate coming up in a couple weeks. thank you, deputy political director shushannah walshe. thanks for being here. >> any time. >> look for more coverage of the debate throughout the morning. we'll return to boulder, colorado, live for more analysis. that's in our next half hour.
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okay. we're going to move on now to the military facing some serious questions about an expensive surveillance blimp that broke loose and drifted for hours. the $175 million 242-foot long blimp was floating bob a base in maryland when its tether broke and floated away. military jets scrambled to keep an eye on it. about four hours later, it deflated on its own and came back to earth in rural pennsylvania. >> so this protects the national capital region but it's a very sophisticated military technology, very classified. the best capability in the world. >> yeah, during its flight the tether line that dragged behind the blimp took out utility lines leaving about 2700 customers with no power. military investigators will look into why the blimp's tether broke and why it deflated. and other news, a south carolina deputy fired after this video of him throwing a student went viral says he did nothing wrong. his attorney says ben fields believes his actions were
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justified and lawful given the circumstances. the attorney says fields will make no statements while federal authorities investigate. yuan bane ser leaving capitol hill with one last victory, a budget deal. the house overwhelmingly passed a bipartisan.agreement that he -- a bipartisan agreement that he helped create. the senate also expected to an love the bill which will prevent a 52% increase in medicare premiums. it also raises the debt ceiling till after the presidential election. the federal reserve is keeping interest rates low but indicates that there could be a change in december. the central bank sees improvement in the global economy. a key short-term interest rate has been near zero since the financial crisis. investors seem to welcome the news that the fed thinks the economy may now be strong enough for a rate hike. the dow jones industrial average rose 198 points. well, the other game we were watching, game two of the world
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series last night. it certainly seemed to come off without a glitch. >> this time. >> it took till the fourth inning for the mets to open the score. lucas douda knocking in daniel murphy. that was the royals' signal to get going and they did in the fifth scoring four runs of their own. kc taxed on another three runs in the eighth for good measure. >> johnny quietto was keeping the mets quiet. he pitched a complete game, two-hitter. the royals win game two, 7-1. game three is here in new york on friday night. and wednesday's "the new york post," i should point out, had this -- kind of sums up game one and two. royal pain. >> oh. >> proving these mets ain't royal. >> uh-oh. >> we'll see. >> busting out the song lyrics. >> yeah. it's going to be -- we'll see if they can come back. although, director was pointing out that in 1986 whether they won the world series, they were down. >> so there's hope is what you're saying. > there is hope in the big apple. well, coming up, mistaken identity or racial profiling?
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>> the pro athlete shopping for a new watch. the uproar at a jewelry store. the calls to police and what store managers have to say about the controversy. and disappointment for "star wars" fans. why colorful costumes and props on opening night may be locked away with jabba the hutt. the strict rules from theaters later in "the mix." check out our behind-the-scenes pics on instagram, abcwnn. you're watching abc's "world news now." behind-the-scenes pics on instagram, abcwnn. you're watching abc's "world news now." abcwnn. you're watching abc's "world news now." but these liquid gels are new. mucinex fast max. it's the same difference. these are multi-symptom. well so are these. this one is max strength and fights mucus. that one doesn't. uh...think fast! you dropped something. oh...i'll put it back on the shelf... new from mucinex fast max. the only cold and flu liquid gel that's max-strength and fights mucus. start the relief. ditch the misery. let's end this.
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shoppers are describing the frightening moments after three people were shot at an indi shoppers are describing the frightening moments after three people were shot at an indianapolis mall. one woman said she heard screaming and then deafening quiet. police say the shooter opened fire after an argument with one of the victims. the two other people were innocent bystanders. the shooter still on the loose. the victims recovering. happening today in washington, paul ryan expected to be elected speaker of the house. ryan, a former vice presidential candidate, takes over for john boehner who is retiring from congress entirely. ryan called his selection as speaker a new day in the house of representatives. in chicago, former speaker of the house has suffered a stunning fall from grace. >> we're talking about dennis hastert who has entered a guilty plea in a criminal case involving hush money to hide alleged misconduct that dates back to when he was a high school wrestling coach. here's abc's brian ross. >> reporter: once a symbol of power and authority, a humbled dennis hastert came to court today in chicago to admit he broke banking laws as he paid
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millions of dollars in hush money to cover up a dark secret. mr. hastert, do you have anything to say to your victims, sir? but by pleading guilty, the former speaker avoids having to publicly address the ghosts of his past. it all goes back to the 1970s, when hastert was a popular illinois high school wrestling coach and allegedly sexually abused several teenage boys on his team. >> these boys were 14, 15, 16 years old. >> reporter: jolene burdge told abc news her late brother steven was one of his victims, which he revealed to her when he came out as gay. >> i asked him, stevie, when was your first same-sex experience? i mean, he just looked at me and said, it was with dennis hastert. i know i was stunned. >> reporter: she says she was disappointed, but not surprised that hastert made a deal with the government. >> i think it's unfair, because he gets a pass and his victims didn't get a pass. they didn't get a choice. >> reporter: the crime that hastert pleaded guilty to involving banking laws carries a maximum sentence of five years. yet, under his deal, the government will recommend that hastert serve at most only six
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months and probably in a halfway house, not a federal prison. brian ross, abc news, chicago. okay. we're going to switch gears now to a mission accomplished in low earth orbit. >> nasa officials say commander scott kelly and his co-astronaut dr. kjell lindgren completed their first ever space walk yesterday. it lasted seven hours and 16 minutes. >> nasa says the two completed a series of upgrades to the outside of the international space station. >> first up, the installation of the thermal cover on the station's alpha magnetic spectrometer. it looks at particle physics detectors and yes, i got a "c" in physics. >> you did very well saying that. scott kelly, i was checking his twitter feed, by the way. you know he's prolific for tweeting. he hasn't said a word since
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then. >> kendis, 7.5-hour space walk. give the man a break. give him a little break. check in tomorrow and see. >> he's already been in space 215 days. so good for him. coming up in our next half hour, that proposed megamerger between walgreens and rite aid. the $9 billion takeover would cut into competition. why are some experts saying the drugstore deal could actually save consumers money? and the nba star who says he was racially profiled at a high end jewelry store. what store clerks allegedly did to milwaukee bucks forward john henson next on "world news now." >> "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations. >> "world news now" continues
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well, he's one of the nba's young rising stars. john henson recently signing a multimillion dollar contract with the milwaukee bucks. >> yeah, he's making headlines for what he says played out at a high-end jewelry store in milwaukee. store clerks refusing to let him in, even calling the police. abc's mara schiavocampo with the story. >> reporter: nba star john henson called it one of the most degrading things he's experienced. >> they are at the front door. i don't feel comfortable letting them in. >> reporter: that 911 call placed by an employee at this milwaukee jewelry store.
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henson, a forward for the milwaukee bucks has just signed a multimillion dollar contract and was hoping to buy his first rolex there. when he arrived, employees called the police. >> i am hiding in the office. i don't want them to see me out there. >> reporter: police arrived questioning henson. finally telling employees there was nothing to fear. in a now-deleted instagram post, henson said the store needed to be called out. the store owner has now apologized saying the situation was the result of a series of unfortunate misunderstanding. >> he was sincere in his apology. and you know, he kind of knew that you know that shouldn't have happened. >> reporter: mara shiavocampo, abc news, new york. and according to the police report, there were robberies in the area. there were some concerns that that could happen in the past few years. they closed the store half an hour early. so people were edgy. >> interesting 911 calls there. coming up -- what you cannot take into the theater when you
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for a full 12 hours. all night... or all day. all right. time now for "the mix." as you know, b.k. and i have tickets to see "star wars" in december. on our ticket stub, it also says you cannot dress up in a mask and apparently, that is the case for a lot of people. as you know, many, many "star wars" fans have already bought their presale tickets to see the movie and are looking forward to it. in years past they have worn their storm trooper outfits and yoda outfits and such. if you take a look, cinemark telling them that they cannot wear their costumes and their full mask once they go to see the movie. >> not even the lightsaber? >> can't bring the lightsaber. sad times that we live in as you can understand. >> but the force will still be with you. >> as you're watching it. just don't bring the force with you.
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>> got it. or your piece with you. >> exactly. well, police officers sometimes get a bad rap for trying to break up a crowd. in d.c., there was a group of teenagers that started fighting and police found a creative way to do community policing. a dance-off. yep. you see how that is? that officer you see was trying to break up a group of kids fighting. instead, this woman here, taylor, started playing nae nae and they had a dance-off. the deal was whoever won the dance-off would have to leave. so the officer would have to leave or the other group would have to leave. >> wow, watch him. >> look at that officer. she's got moves too. >> she really does. >> total movers. the officer a little bit embarrassed that this has gone viral. does not want to be named. kind of slightly embarrassed.
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but is this not a great way to show people how community policing can really make a difference? >> it really is. it's fantastic that the kids all got into it. man, they're not letting up. those are quite some moves. >> the officer did get tired after a while. she's competing with teens here. give her a break. >> a full flak jacket and still doing that into factor that in, right? >> hey, some great moves to show you. run the sound and then explain. ♪ i couldn't be bothered to decide ♪ ♪ no we'd rather hit play ♪ >> so this is a group. it's the world's oldest dance crew from down under from new zealand. they're a hip-hop crew that consists of 22 seniors. ages 68 to 96. can you imagine? >> wow. >> being able to do these moves at that point? the cool thing about it, one member is legally blind. one is deaf. two use hearing aids and yet,
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this morning o this morning on "world news now," lashing out. the gop presidential candidates flipping the script and calling out the debate moderators and their line of questioning. live coverage on our new republican rivalries. chaos in school. the violent subduing of a high school student now costing a deputy his job and another incident across the country where three students are arrested for attacking their principal. and new this half-hour, why consumers might benefit from a pharmacy merger. >> could walgreens and rite aid be set to merge? could prices be dropping with less competition? later in "the skinny," enough's enough. justin bieber's impatience bringing interview to an abrupt end. what led to this drama? it is thursday, october 29th.
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from abc news, this is "world news now." and we do say hello to you this morning on a thursday. i'm kendis gibson. >> i'm reena ninan. let's get right to our top story -- last night's republican presidential debate. it was supposed to focus on economics and finance. but the candidates soon became combative. >> yeah, and some candidates behind in the polls may have emerged. abc's brandi hitt has the latest live from colorado. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, kendis. good morning, reena. this third debate here in colorado did seem chaotic at times last night. you had ten republican candidates on the same stage talking over each other, fighting for time and throwing punches. >> do you want me to answer or do you want to answer? >> reporter: round three, and the gop presidential candidates didn't hold back in a debate focused on the economy. >> this stuff is fantasy. >> reporter: ohio governor john kasich going directly after ben carson
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and donald trump's budget proposals. >> you can't do it with empty promises. i went into ohio where we had an $8 billion hole and now we have a $2 billion surplus. >> his poll numbers tanked. that's why he's on the end and he got nasty. you got nasty. so you know what, you can have him. >> reporter: carson has proposed imposing a flat tax but the moderators argued his numbers don't add up. >> the rate is going to be much closer to 15%. >> still leaving you with a $1.1 trillion hole. >> you also have to get rid of all the deductions and loopholes. >> marco rubio also answered calls from his hometown newspaper to resign from the senate for missing too many votes. >> it's actually evidence of the bias that exists in the american media today. >> when you signed up for this, this was a six-year term. you should be showing up to work. >> someone has convinced you attacking me is going to help. >> reporter: carly fiorina was questioned about her record as ceo of hewlett-packard. >> i was fired over a disagreement in the boardroom. i will run on my record all day
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long. >> reporter: after infighting and aggressive question, ted cruz had enough. >> this is not a cage match. and you look at the questions, donald trump, are you a comic book villain, ben carson, can you do math, john kasich will you insult two people over here? it should be what are your substantive solutions. >> okay. >> reporter: that was a big moment during the debate. right here in the spin room afterwards, donald trump was making the rounds and he says he thought the debate was fair. they will do it again in less than two weeks in milwaukee, reena and kendis. >> brandi, some of the candidates including cruz lashed out at the moderators. has there been additional response to this? >> reporter: definitely. the rnc even came out with a statement right after the debate and called the moderators -- that they should be disappointed in themselves. even with this quote, "cnbc should be ashamed in how the moderators handle this had debate and the questions that they were asked," reena and kendis. >> they did come under fire.
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so many moderators. new jersey's chris christie had an outspoken moment. we haven't heard much from him, but he had a moment tonight. >> reporter: a very big moment. it was over fantasy football. that was the question he was asked. he said, when you talk about isis and what's been going on in iraq and this is the type of question you want to ask me about, fantasy football regulations, really? that response got the biggest roar from the crowd and it lasted several seconds. again, that backlash over the questions that were asked, i mean it was about the economy and it was supposed to be focused on jobs, but a lot of people just weren't happy with the back and forth with the moderators tonight. >> a lot of people tuned in wanting to hear how their pocketbooks would be affected by the candidates. >> the moderators came armed with a lot of facts. brandi hitt reporting live for us from the republican debate in colorado. let's make it a date in two weeks, brandi. >> reporter: let's do it. >> all right. thank you. we'll look for more coverage of the republican debate in our next half hour. much more analysis from our political team on "america this morning" as well as on "good
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morning america." now to another top headline this morning. the effort to recover a military surveillance blimp that floated away and was out of control for hours. >> yeah, it was floating above aberdeen, the proving ground there in maryland, when its tether broke. blimp then drifted all the way to moreland, township, pennsylvania. abc's linsey davis with the details. >> reporter: for hours a mystery. just where was the $175 million military blimp? >> it knocked down our power at school and it knocked down all of columbia's power. >> reporter: 12:20 p.m., the blimp comes unhinged, detaching from its station at aberdeen proving ground in maryland, traveling north, 16,000 feet in the air, floating into pennsylvania. >> it's going to land right in the cornfield. >> reporter: the blimp floating over a high school in bloomsburg, pennsylvania. >> oh, my god, it's going down! >> reporter: dragging a long metal tether, a cable several thousand feet long, wiping out power lines along the way. >> lights out for us at fowlersville and 47.
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>> they lost power out there, also. >> route 11's dead. >> reporter: listen to this neighbor's recording from the ground. >> whatever this thing is doesn't appear to be attached to anything. there's a line dragging. >> reporter: the top secret balloon cost $175 million. the program, more than $2 billion. the balloon is equipped with high-tech radar, an early warning system that can search an area the size of texas for incoming cruise missiles, unfriendly aircraft, even tanks on the ground. it is filled with helium. 242 feet long. three-quarters of a football field. the secretary of defense telling reporters he's seen these balloons break free in afghanistan, something that can happen in bad weather. retired colonel stephen ganyard saying, make no mistake -- it was a lot of taxpayer money floating for much of the afternoon. >> so, this protects the national capital region but it's a very sophisticated military technology. very classified. it's the best capability in the world. >> reporter: shortly before touching down, the tail fell off a quarter mile away from the massive balloon's final resting place in moreland township, pennsylvania, just after 1:00 p.m. a 150-plus mile journey from that base in maryland, sending
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f-16s in the air and officials on the ground scrambling. it was not far from here, in columbia county, pennsylvania, when the aerostat started to deflate on its own. and now a warning from officials for people to stay away from the balloon, even with it now back on the ground. linsey davis, abc news, columbia county, pennsylvania. a lot of questions over how that got loose. all right. thanks. an attorney for the deputy who was fired for throwing a student across a classroom says what the officer did was lawful and justified. his attorney says ben fields' actions were carried out professionally and he was performing his job duties legally, but in a statement released late last night, the school board chairman said educators and police must be held to a higher standard. and three students were arrested after this fight at a sacramento high school. the scene videotaped and posted to youtube. the principal was pushed to the
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ground while trying to break up the fight. he was not seriously injured and quickly got back on his feet. the three students facing serious charges. now to a consumer alert about a half a million allergy injectors that are being recalled, sold under the brand name auvi-q. they may not deliver the right amount of life-saving medicine. they contain epinephrine needed during a severe allergic reaction. it follows more than two dozen complaints. there's also a recall for kids' water bottles sold at pottery barn. they feature images the avengers and darth vader. the gray paint on the metal portion of the bottles may contain too much lead. customers should return them to the store. as you know, kids of all ages and adults are getting excited for saturday and the trick-or-treating that comes with halloween. this is really cool. a dad in oregon is working to finish up some very special costumes. >> what he does is design elaborate creations fitted around a child's wheelchair. he started doing it seven years ago for his sons confined to chairs.
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>> he's created a non-profit called magic wheelchair and he gets costume requests from people across the country. people who create the costumes spend up to 200 hours on each one. >> i love the fact that this year the lucky recipients will get costumes that include jurassic world 2, mario brothers characters for twins, a mutant ninja turtle and shell raisers and the frozen castle. >> look at that. >> so creative. i love this. >> it probably makes such a difference for those kids. >> everyone should be able to enjoy halloween, including adults too. >> and we will. coming up in "the skinny," the talk show host renting an elegant mansion for just $90,000 a month. also ahead, zac efron and robert de niro taking off their shirts for their latest act. a sneak peek at their new film. >> and how could customers benefit when two pharmacy retail giants prepare to merge? the huge deal that could save you
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recovered 90 luxury cars that were shipped to west africa to be sold at a big profit. a megamerger could be in the works for the hotel industry. first the drug stores, now the hotels. hyatt said to be in talks to buy starwood hotel and resorts. the combined company would be one of the largest lodging chains in the world. the brands include "w," westin and the st. regis. you have been on the road quite a bit. >> i want to do the hyatt brand. >> you can stay at the hyatt, too. get extra points. you're the point man. you really know. >> yes, i try to. okay, so back to our big merger, the drugstore merger set to take place across the country. >> walgreens set to buy rite aid for more than $9 billion becoming one of only two drugstore chains in the u.s. they're saying this could benefit consumers. here's abc's rebecca jarvis. >> reporter: it's a far cry from the local pharmacy on the corner. >> the remarkable new medicines found in all drugstores today. >> reporter: industry giant walgreens with its 8,200 stores
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acquiring rite aid and its 4,600 stores. creating a drugstore colossus. if regulators approve, it will mean the market for your medicine is dominated by just two major players. walgreens and competitor cvs. typically, less competition means higher prices, but that might not be the case here, according to some experts, because walgreens will now have the upper hand when negotiating prices with drug companies. americans spent a staggering 13% more on drugs last year than the year before. so, what can you do? use apps like good rx or lower meds, which let you compare prices at local pharmacies. check discount warehouse clubs like costco and bjs. they offer some of the lowest prices and you don't have to be a member to buy. and try mail order if your insurance offers it. they'll typically send you a 90-day supply. rebecca jarvis, abc news, new york. >> very good tips.
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>> yeah. it's too bad, though, for the mom and pop drugstores that are probably getting impacted. did you moonlight as a drug dealer sometimes? >> a drug dealer? >> a legal one, or course. >> negative. >> negative? really. >> no, i can't figure out a 10% tip let alone mixing. > mixing all that stuff. >> you got to know your math when you're a pharmacist. yeah, so never come to insomniac pharmacy because it will be messed up. >> you've got to know your chemicals. next, what justin bieber did during a live interview that got some fans giving him the thumbs down. zac efron and robert de niro getting a thumbs up because they are shirtless. who doesn't want to see bobby de niro shirtless? oh, i can't call him bobby. only his mom calls him bobby. >> "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations. ues after this from ou@@v
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♪ skinny, so skinny ♪ skinny, so skinny okay. time now for "the skinny." apparently for justin bieber there's only so much a guy can take. >> as he promotes his upcoming album release, he's been making the round of interviews, but this one ended badly. at a radio station in spain, the host asked bieber a series of apparently uncomfortable questions for him including whether there's a woman in miss life and if he dresses himself. and then this happened. >> we want to make like a crazy -- we want to break the internet. so now we've got you here, and we've got friends of us, the
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biggest viewers in europe -- hundreds of millions of followers. [ speaking foreign language ] >> hundreds of millions. >> crazy. >> come with us. >> here, here, here. justin, here. >> justin? >> oh, yeah. >> see ya. >> you can see he walked out without a word or explanation. i give him credit for this one. he didn't make a big fuss, felt uncomfortable, stepped out. other bieber fans don't feel this way. >> despite the title of his new song, he did not say sorry about this incident though. i thought something was lost in translation. i watched the whole eight-minute interview. it was kind of weird. >> you think maybe he misunderstood what they were trying to do? >> it just got to be too long winded, this interview, with the translation. >> does the guy get credit for not coming after them?
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he quietly disappeared. >> yeah. next up, something old, something new and apparently something for everyone in the trailer for "dirty grandpa." >> a comedy starring zac efron and robert de niro. focuses on a grandfather teaching old tricks to his young grandson how to live on the wild side. ♪ >> you don't know how much i appreciate you doing this for me. >> are you naked? >> yeah, it's the best way to sleep. >> oh, my god. >> there is plenty of nudity, alcohol and even crack smoking as the two tool around florida in a pepto pink mini cooper. "dirty grandpa" hits theaters january 22nd. >> it looks hilarious. one of the artists who defined the sound of the '80s is set to launch a big comeback. >> talking about phil collins. has recently been battling medical issues. he lost nearly all the hearing
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in his left ear in 2000. in 2007, during the genesis reunion, spinal problem caused nerve damage in his hands leaving him unable to play the drums. >> but a recent surgery is giving him new hope. now he's no longer retired telling "rolling stone" magazine "the horse is out of the stable and i'm raring to go." >> it will be great to see him back. okay, and finally our latest edition of celebrity real estate porn. who doesn't like to see that at this hour? >> a couple weeks ago, dr. oz plunked down $18 million for this estate in palm beach, florida and now renting it out for 90,000 bucks a month. the landmark oceanfront mansion was built in 1923. it's nearly 11,000 square feet. boasting 12 bedrooms and 15 bathrooms. >> wow. the living room is 36 feet long, the dining room 32 feet. there's a tennis court, swimming pool and beach side cabana with its own living room, bedroom and bathrooms. >> look forward to having a party there. >> proving stars, they're just like us.
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♪ ♪ michael strahan's spent his entire football career, of course, with the new york giants breaking records and becoming a super bowl champion. >> and his career really took off right here on abc. what's the next logical step for michael strahan? hollywood. >> of course. >> we're up "up all nightline" with michael strahan. >> hey. >> whoa. whoa. d.c. council you drop my apples -- don't adjust your tv screens. that's me, michael strahan, guest starring on this week's episode of "blackish" or should we call it -- >> hey, everybody, i'm on the set of "blackish." i'm playing anthony anderson's
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cousin junebug. >> everybody thinks anthony and i look alike. so we decided to be on this episode together so we can prove we are not the same person. i'm so excited. i'm ready for my close-up. let me get into character. let's go. what's up? >> but before we start rolling some acting advice courtesy of my co-stars. >> you know, i'm glad that i'm here and thank you for having me because a lot of people think you and i are the same people. >> i'm going to show them something. my gap has closed immensely and his has widened. >> immensely. >> i think it's a compliment to me because i've been in the gym. so for them to confuse me with this, i'll take that any day. >> maybe i ain't going to be happy. i'm just saying -- you look good. >> what are we looking forward to this on halloween show? >> you're going to be scary. >> yes. >> very strong.
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>> yes, keep going. >> very handsome. there's a lot of acting. no. >> i was feeling good about myself until you did that. you play a mother to four kids on the show. >> yes. it's amazing. probably one of my favorite parts working with anthony, working with the kids. >> i am so nervous. what kind of advice do you have for me? >> if you like mess up on your lines, it's okay to mess up because everybody messes up. even i mess up. >> wow. >> even this guy messes up. >> even he messes up? >> i'm on set. i've got to get back to work. check out "blackish." this is the halloween -- >> michael, get your [ expletive ] back to work, man. >> bye. >> oh, we love our michael. we love our michael. he has so much time on his hands. he's such a slacker, doesn't do much. >> we learned he's going to be cooking on "empire," and on "kelly and michael." i can't wait to watch that. >> don't miss our updates on facebook, wnnfans.com. >> this is abc "world news now," informing insomniacs for two decades. i can't wait to watch that. >> don't miss our updates on facebook, wnnfans.com. >> this is abc "world news now," informing insomniacs for two decades. informing insomniacs for two decades.
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making news in america this morning, feisty debate. gop candidates in another face-off lashing out at each other in a free-for-all verbal assault. >> his poll numbers tanked and that's why he's on the end and he got nasty. and he got nasty. >> we're live in washington with the winners, losers and complete analysis. runaway blimp. a high-tech military aircraft going awol floating away with fighter jets on its trail causing damage in two states. body slam. the school's principal thrown to the ground by a student. the ruckus inside a cafeteria caught on camera. and game two, the royals grabbing a commanding lead in the world series. the key moments and highlights.

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