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that $100,000 question. so this is huge. so let's play "who wants to be a millionaire." [dramatic musical flourish] all right, guys, good luck. >> both: thank you. >> $50,000 question. with less than half the fatality rate of the most lethal occupation, which of these is not in the top ten of bloomberg's most recent list of the deadliest jobs in america? >> so right away, i think logger is. >> yeah. >> i know that's a really dangerous job. i would assume-- >> police officer has to be up there too. >> aircraft pilot, i know, has got to be up there. aircraft-- >> i just know logger's out. that's it. >> i think aircraft pilot with, like, mechanical issues in a plane, we're also--i mean, we're in the middle of wartime right now. i think that's probably pretty high. >> oh, like, you're thinking more than just carrier.
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like-- >> you actually oper-- oh, well... >> see, i'm thinking, like, people that are going from new york city to-- you know what i mean? >> oh, wait a minute. >> is aircraft pilot all of the wartime people too? >> i'm assuming it's, like, a military plane. >> i don't know. it doesn't say military. >> just aircraft. >> it says aircraft. >> oh, gosh. >> do you know what i mean? like, if it had military, then it would be up there, but... >> you've made me think that a might be the correct answer. how do you feel about it? >> i feel fine about it. but, i mean, if your gut-- >> i think maybe we should lock it in. >> okay, hold my hand. see what happens. >> hold my hand. >> hold my hand. do it. you're the man! [laughter] >> all right, all right. ah! "a"... >> [squeals]
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>> final answer. oh, i shouldn't have said that. >> it's okay. no? >> it was d, police officer. >> [groans] >> police officer, can you believe it? >> you had that in the beginning. >> oh, but hey, $5,000. and i tell you what, we're gonna double that. we're gonna donate $10,000 to micaela's army in dallas, texas. >> thank you. >> you guys are the best. they love you guys. thank you so much for being here. this is why you got to have "bachelor" fan favorites week right here. thanks for joining us. for everyone who's been a part of this one, i'm chris harrison. we'll see you next time. closed captioning sponsored by: a heart attack doesn't care if you run everyday, or if you're young or old. no matter who you are a heart attack can happen without warning. if you've had a heart attack, a bayer aspirin regimen can help prevent another one.
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>> reporter: store rags in fire-safe containers or dry them on concrete away from your house. steps to keep this from happening to you. abc news, rockville, maryland. >> i had no idea. >> rags, got to be very careful with them. good tips. thank you. when we come back, emotional words from demi lovato on a stage at the democratic national convention. after a round of brutal eliminations, who's left standing on "the bachelorette"? "the skinny" is next.
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♪ so skinny ♪ political "skinny"? i guess, yeah. >> partly. >> the star-studded opening night to the democratic national convention. >> actress eva longoria slammed donald trump saying she's a ninth generation american from south texas which used to be part of mexico, reminding him that her family never crossed a border. the border crossed them. >> snap. paul simon at least for a moment united the feuding bernie and hillary clinton supporters with his "bridge over troubled waters." >> and oscar-winning actress, susan sarandon, a diehard bernie supporter, caught on camera not looking so enthusiastic. as you can imagine, social media had a very good time turning that into a meme. >> tweeting that she's literally having the worst time ever. and she re-tweeted and said, you're right. >> aw.
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>> in a more serious moment, singer demi lovato made an impassioned plea for better access to health care for mental health, sharing with the convention her own struggle with mental illness. >> this is not about politics. it's simply the right things to do. i'm doing my very small part by having the treatment center that saw me through my recovery on tour with me so that at least a small group of people, even for a brief moment, can have the same support that i received. it may not be a lot, but we have to believe every small action counts. >> following her speech, she rocked a live performance of her single "confident." >> reporter: next up, coming down the stretch of the season of abc's "the bachelorette." almost there. >> let's bring in the analysts right away to find out what happened. >> got the rose. >> let's do. it. >> what happened? pick it up. we left off the last time, the final four, chase, luke, jordan, and our man robby.
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roll that butch "bachelorette" footage. back in the airplane hangar for the first rose ceremony. jordan got a rose, robby got a rose, chase got a rose. you know what that means -- as you said last week, diane, too late, luke. >> bye-bye, luke. >> luke has to go. tears all around. mercifully we're down to three. >> his hair looks good. >> where else? off to thailand. >> oh. >> jojo and our man robby. they're on their -- on their date. there was foot massaging going on as they do in thailand. there was dinner. all these dates are about the fantasy suite. you'll see a pattern develop. they bind up in the fantasy suite, things are looking good for our man, robby. jojo and jordan, they're sitting in caves, they were -- there was hiking going on. there was sweating. that was even before we got to the fantasy suite they were sweating. you know, all of this.
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they wind up in the fantasy suite -- >> again. >> things are going well for jordan. better get that invite to aaron ready to go. make sure it doesn't get lost in the mail or anything. >> yeah. >> we'll see what's up with that. jojo and chase, they start off at dinner. >> kissing. >> yeah. they were kissing, but you know what -- he finally -- you know, as usual, they wind up in the fantasy suite. chase finally lays on the "i love you" things. jojo's got to call a time-out. she walks out. she comes back. chase, you got to go. >> no. >> yeah. chase said, "i'm shattered." kind of like that rolling stones song from back in like '78. >> i'm shattered? >> i bet that's what he was thinking. >> couldn't give it away on 7th avenue. look up the lyrics, trust me. rose ceremony, you know, all
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going well until chase makes like a soccer fan and invades the ceremony. it was like a pitch invasion involving chase. so he just wanted to save his last chance at being the new "bachelor." from there, they hug it out. it's all good. not to worry. the roses, by this point, frankly, it's academic. our man robby and diane's pick, jordan -- >> wow. >> who's still trying to get in touch with his brother for that invitation if the weather is going to come off. >> jojo doesn't care at all. >> she doesn't what? >> she doesn't care if he's at the wedding. she cares -- she cares for jordan's sake. >> that's true. that's true. so we're down to the final two. >> two. >> our man robby, diane's pick, jordan -- >> isn't it funny the final two are our picks? >> both of might have picks are gone, chase and luke. >> my understanding is it was jimmy kimmel's pick, as well.
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not that he knows beforehand. tonight, the final and then the final next week. finale is thankfully next week.
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used to treat things like anxiety and pain. could it also help you put a spell on your kids? >> you naturally influence your child anyway. let's learn how to do it with intenti intention. with your head, follow the crystal -- >> reporter: introducing hypno-parenting, courtesy of mom of three, lisa maccenberg. >> hypnosis and parenting is a natural solution. >> reporter: that's right, she hypnotizes her kids to deal with everything from performance anxiety to problems focusing. she first started hypnotizing her kids to help them get through the night without wetting the bed. now it's a staple of her child rearing. >> my children are able to use logic and reason. they have a form of diligence or perseverance that you don't see in other children. >> reporter: now, let's see it in action. >> take all of the stress, anxiety, fear, and put it into this arm. now take a deep breath, and
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release. >> reporter: lisa's 17-year-old daughter reyna has grown up under her mother's spell. >> i have always known my mom has hypnotized me. >> reporter: she says it's made a positive impact on her life. >> being able to push back stress and think it it deeply and do self-reflecting was -- a skill i'm grateful that my mom taught me. i think it influences me a lot today and helped me develop into the person i am right now. >> reporter: mara shiavocampo, abc news, new york. >> you want to clean my office. you want to -- >> yes, i go clean your office right now. >> great. >> this is -- >> i would totally use this on my kids. >> my gosh. you'd be the worst mom ever. >> no. >> if you stare at this long enough -- >> i could get them to do the dishes. get them to do the laundry. fantastic. >> i don't believe in hypnosis -- i do have to clean your office. >> i think there's something, got to go -- >> jack? >> hey, jack. uh-oh. >> oh, boy. i think you have to go clean
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good morning, i'm kendis gibson. >> i'm diane macedo. here are some of the top headlines we're following for you this morning on "world news now." bernie sanders tried to calm the political firestorm raging at the democratic national convention telling diehard supporters hillary clinton must be the next president. and first lady michelle obama read donald trump the riot act without ever mentioning his name. we will full coverage coming up. police in japan say an attacker with a knife killed at least 19 people early this morning at a facility for the handicapped. it's believed the assailant used to work at the home but was fired in february. he turned himself in hours after the incident. three people have been detained after a shooting outside a club in ft. myers, florida. two teenagers who attended a pool party were killed yesterday, nearly 20 more injured. police say it was not an act of
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terror. gas prices at the lowest level since april. a national average of $2.16 a gallon. more than one-third of the gas stations in the u.s. are below $2. those are some of our top stories that we're following on this tuesday, july 26th. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> we begin this half hour with the revolt that marked day one of the democratic national convention in philadelphia. >> ours before taking the stage, bernie sanders sent a text message to his delegates urging them to refrain from booing or any kind of protesting on the convention floor. sanders then used his speech to highlight his policies and to tell supporters that hillary clinton is their best choice. abc's karen travers has the latest on the drama and speeches. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. all of that drama that was anticipated on the convention floor, not really panning out. bernie sanders says this
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election is not about him. he says it's not about hillary clinton or even donald trump. he said it's all about americans and offering solutions to real problems. diane and kendis, the crowd loved him. [ cheers ] bernie sanders making it crystal clear -- >> hillary clinton will make an outstanding president, and i am proud to stand with her tonight. >> reporter: it was his final turn in the campaign spotlight. sanders couldn't even start talking for three minutes as the crowd stood on its feet and cheered. he urged his supporters to put differences aside and help hillary clinton beat donald trump. >> hillary clinton must become the next president of the united states. [ cheers ] >> reporter: progressive hero elizabeth warren, who didn't even endorse clinton until after the primaries, slamming the republican nominee. >> we are not going to be donald
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trump's hate-filled america. not now, not ever. [ cheers ] >> reporter: and michelle obama electrifying the crowd. the first lady highlighting clinton's decades of public service, but also getting political with a clear shot at trump. >> don't let anyone ever tell you that this country isn't great. >> reporter: democrats insisted they would be more positive, more optimistic than what they say republicans offered. deep divides couldn't be swept under the arena's rug. during the early part of the night, the bernie sanders delegates chanting his name and booing at mentions of clinton. [ boos ] by the end of the night, a very different tone. the clinton campaign is hoping that all the drama is now behind them. tonight's events will focus on hillary clinton's record with families and children, and making that case and, no doubt offering personal anecdotes,
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former president bill clinton. >> thanks to karen. the democratic national committee has issued its first apology over the leaked emails that showed some top staffers favored hillary clinton over bernie sanders. >> the dnc apologized direct three sanders, his supporters, and the entire democratic party calling the remarks in the emails inexcusable. national security officials tell abc news they believe the hac r hackers affiliated with the russian government were behind the breach in an attempt to influence the presidential election. the fbi is investigating. needless to say, the opening day of the dnc was filled with its share of emotional highs and lows. >> for more insight on the rift and speeches, we turn to our political director, rick kline. >> reporter: a revolution border not on insurrection, a roller coaster on the first nightmare of the democratic national convention careening out of control at first with chants and boos and an anti-hillary clinton element inside the room and beyond. then a parade of liberal
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speakers voujing for hillary clinton, starting with michelle obama, one of the big stars of the night. elizabeth warren, and the main event, bernie sanders, with a version of his stump speech trying to get his supporters on board. they're not all there yet. his speech ending with an odd note, a mix of jeering as well as cheering to finish it off. at the end, it was about as much as you could expect, democratic unity, after a wild year culminating in philadelphia. >> thank you, rick. and in philadelphia now, donald trump was clearly glued to his tv, as well, last night. he had his fingers, as well, on twitter. >> that's right. bernie sanders responded, "never tweet," to this trump post that says, "bernie sanders totally sold out to crooked hillary clinton. all of that work, energy, and money, and nothing to show for it. waste of time." >> and a reminder that you can stay with abc news throughout the day for full coverage and later tonight at 10:00 p.m., our special primetime coverage gets underway. to the massive wildfire burning north of los angeles.
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it's destroyed more than 35,000 acres and at least 18 homes. some evacuees are being allowed to return home even though the fire is only 10% contained. we have more. >> reporter: embers raining down on firefighters. 3,000 of them out in force, an all-out assault on the sand fire. >> very strong winds. >> reporter: burning more than 33,000 acres north of los angeles -- >> and that fire came through like a freight train. >> reporter: a wall of flames nearly 70-feet high. helicopters making rare nighttime water drops. the relentless inferno engulfing utility lines and turning deadly. officials discovering a body inside one of those charred vehicles. four service firefighters losing their own homes in the blaze. >> things we can replace. family you can't. >> reporter: up the coast, to the south, 1,400 more firefighters fighting. 20 structures already destroyed
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there. the fire is burning 10,000 acres a day. they're relying heavily on the aerial attack. the helicopter dropping water along this hillside. firefighters have been forced to wait until the flames move together before they can get water on it. abc news, santa clarita. >> dramatic scene. in the u.s., there's record-breaking heat. temperatures along the east coast were in the triple digits yesterday. despite the heat warnings for the past several days, people are still leaving children in hot cars. four more kids have died since last friday for a total of nearly two dozen this year alone. that's about twice as many at this point last year. it's going to be a scorcher in the east again today. temperatures in the 90s from maine to florida. the deep south will also see temps in the 90s, and it will be in the upper 80s in the midwest. cooler along the west coast. expect triple digits further inland. here's the good news, a little bit. there will be a little less humidity in the northeast and some showers and storms likely in the south. there will be heavy rain along
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the gulf coast and also more storms in the midwest, especially in the dakotas. police in the city of pullman, washington, are starting what's expected to be a long investigation of a violate college party fight last weekend. reports say at least six members of the washington state university football team are under investigation for their alleged involvement in this incident. two students were hospitalized, one required surgery to fix a broken jaw. authorities say felony assault level charges are being considered. new fallout from the doping scandal involving russian olympic athletes. seven swimmers and three rowers have been banned from competing at the rio games by their sport's governing bodies. more athletes are expected to be banned before the games begin. with all the talk of the success of pokemon go, you're probably assuming that nintendo is raking in the profits, but apparently not. the app is free. nintendo only owns part of the companies that developed it. while nintendo stock had doubled in the price after the release
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of pokemon go earlier this month, now shares are plunging, falling 18% yesterday, which is the maximum allowed. so just because the running of the bulls in pamplona is over for now, that doesn't mean all the bull running is actually done. far from it. >> this happened near the city of valencia. you could call him a cash cow perhaps. >> yes. >> here's why. so the bull is charging down the street, and then just wanders on into a bank. there's an atm inside. >> uh-huh. madness ensues as guys run in to try to coax the bull back out. after a couple of false alarms and plenty of adrenaline, the bull reemerges and runs off. >> hope he didn't make a deposit in a bank. >> no, but he tried to use one of those chip cards again. it was frustrating. >> took too long? said, wait, take the card in, take the card out -- >> the -- he didn't like the outrageous fees. >> this was about 15 miles from
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valencia. and luckily no one hurt. >> yes. right now is a bull market, so -- >> you went there. only a matter of time. >> yeah. he got some -- no, doesn't work, moo money, move -- no. going to let me work it out by myself, weren't you? a one-man party. >> how long were you going to ride that out? >> embarrassing myself. coming up, the decades' long road that got hillary clinton this close to the democratic presidential nomination. the tough trails to the white house that she blazed together with her husband that could ultimately make her the first first lady who then turned into the nation's commander in chief. more from the current first lady's big night in philadelphia. we'll show you the part of her speech that has so many people talking. i'm still trying to work it out. i'm like -- in my head, money -- >> i thought you would come around -- >> i couldn't. >> moving money?
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spray 'n wash. back 'n better. welcome back. a college football player is being called a hero this morning for something that happened off the field. he apparently came to the rescue of a woman who was in the middle of being sexually assaulted. >> that florida gators linebacker is speaking out about what he saw that actually triggered him to take some sort of action. here's abc's ryan smith. >> reporter: he's a hero who stepped in when no one else did. >> i was throwing out the trash in the alleyway at a nearby dumpster. when i pull up, i see a man who has a woman pressed up against the side of the dumpster. >> reporter: christian garcia, a university of florida junior linebacker, describing the moment he says he witnessed a sexual assault of a 19-year-old woman in progress outside this gainesville, florida, bar, and took action. >> at first, i'm thinking these two are hooking up. the guy is saying, "this is my girlfriend," so i think nothing of it. i thought, this woman's body was
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limp, she looked extremely drunk. there's no way she could have given consent. >> reporter: garcia, who works as a security guard at the 101 canteen asaid he knew it was his duty to get involved. >> i grabbed the guy, we went into the alleyway. he gallon to get vile -- began to get violent and threw punches. he was too drunk. he slipped and busted his face on the floor. they fled the scene. >> reporter: police crediting garcia and another man for stopping the assault. arresting 34-year-old christopher shaw, charging him with sexual battery and jailing him on $500,000 bond. garcia says his quick thinking came from a moral code he says his coach, jim meckelwayne, tries to instill in all his players, which may have helped save a young woman's life. >> at the end of the day it comes to doing what's right. >> reporter: ryan smith, abc news, new york. >> heads up play there. >> apparently when she regained
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consciousness, she said she had no idea that -- what had happened and that she had not consented to sex. very good things that he was there. >> yeah. coming up, hillary clinton's long and winding road to the oval office. >> why her biggest obstacles may still be ahead. you're watching "world news now." cles may still be ahead. you're watching "world news "world news now" continues
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throughout this week, you'll hear so many people in
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philadelphia saying that hillary clinton is more qualified for anyone for president, even her husband when he ran for the white house. >>ler road to the white house is still riddled with a few obstacles. >> reporter: hillary clinton's road to the white house was always bound to be bumpy. this is not her first rodeo. yet, it's not like she's ever managed to make it look easy. >> well, this isn't exactly the party i'd planned. >> reporter: in 1992, her first national convention opened to an entirely different mood. >> crowd down on the floor welcoming their nominee for president. >> reporter: back in the day, bill clinton was the new democrat, promising not just a change of parties after 12 years of reagan and bush, but promising to change the democratic party itself. >> it's time to change america. [ cheers ] >> reporter: now, hillary clinton is older and battle-scarred. the ultimate insider. or as the trump campaign likes to put it, she embodies the
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status quo. her ambition never a secret -- >> i'm not just starting a campaign, though, i'm beginning a conversation. >> reporter: her willing tons work hard never in doubt. yet, she's struggled to get even this far. overshadowed by obama in 2008, under siege from sanders this primary season. >> i question her judgment. >> reporter: the insurgency apparently not over yet. [ cheers ] >> reporter: over the past 30 years, she's checked all the boxes, globetrotting first lady, superstar senator, secretary of state, logging nearly a million miles visiting 112 countries. but she's been scandal prone partly through no fault of her own. >> i did not have sexual relations with that woman, miss lewinsky. >> reporter: partly because she's made matters worse for herself. remember that trip to bosnia when she supposedly came under sniper fire? >> there was greatlying ceremony, and we basically -- greeting ceremony, and we
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basically were told to run to our cars. that is what happened. >> reporter: the pictures and other people on the trip made it clear this was no such threat. more recently, she's had to contend with benghazi, her ties to wall street, and why she chose to use that personal e-mail server in violation of state department rules. >> there is evidence that they were extremely careless in their handling of very sensitive, highly classified information. >> reporter: and more recently, in an interview with "60 minutes," talked it "the hillary standard." >> i often feel like there's the hillary standard, and then there's the standard for everybody else -- >> what's the hillary standard? >> it is unfounded, inaccurate, me mean-spirited attacks with no base nice is -- base nice truth, reality, which take on a life of their own. >> reporter: her policy chance has changed over the years. >> crooked hillary, right? >> reporter: recent polls show that's a huge achilles heel for her. two out of three voters don't think she's honest and trustworthy.
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in fact, voters trust trump more than they trust her. one plus for clinton -- there's a generation of young voters who have no firsthand memory of all those scandals from the '90s. the trouble is, many of those younger voters were more excited about bernie sanders. [ cheers ] the convention this week in philadelphia is clinton's best opportunity to turn that around, to highlight the fact that she's the first first lady to transform herself into a credible candidate for the west wing. first woman to win her party's nomination. by getting even this far, she's made history. the question is, can she get this convention back on the rails? her hopes of winning the white house may depend on it. i'm david wright for "nightline" in charlotte, north carolina. >> do you want to guess what hillary clinton's middle name is? >> i have no idea.
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>> diane. also, she used to be a republican and even campaigned for barry goldwater in 1964. >> back to this diane things. interesting. coming up, the current first lady takes center stage.
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resonated with many. >> leaders like hillary clinton who has the guts and the grace to keep coming back and putting those cracks in that highest and hardest glass ceiling. so she finally breaks through, lifting all of us along with her. [ cheers ] that is the story of this country. the story that has brought me to the stage tonight. the story of generations of people who felt the lash of bondage, the shame of servitude, the sting of segregation, but who kept on striving and hoping and doing what needed to be done so that today, i wake up every morning in a house that was built by slaves. [ cheers ] >> and i watch my daughters, two beautiful, intelligent, black
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young women playing with their dogs on the white house lawn. [ cheers ] and because of hillary clinton, my daughters and all our sons and daughters take for granlted that a woman can be president of the united states. [ cheers ] >> so many people paying her so much credit. not only because she clearly did a great job, but also because she's not a seasoned and practiced politician like so many people who take that podium. >> chris rock among those who was reacting saying michelle obama makes me want to be a better man. n. that used to be steph curry's wife.
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this morning on this morning on "world news now," the dnc prepares to kick off day two after a chaotic day one. >> the democrats hoping to avoid the drama the republicans encountered last week. bernie sanders supporters are not going away quietly. even as sanders himself says hillary clinton must win. we'll have a full round live from philadelphia and highlights of the high-profile speeches. and the international implications of the hacking scandal are fueling division among democrats. the fbi looking into dnc emails believed to be stolen by russians. what officials are saying about the cybercrime and what it could mean for the election. the heat refusing to let up across the country. record-breaking highs, temperatures and humidity forcing many americans to sweat
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it out as crews continue their efforts to contain a massive wildfire outside los angeles. and then, there are two democratic delegates on opposite ends of the generation gap. she's 93 years old. he is only 17. so what is it that they have in common, bringing them to the same convention floor? we'll check it out on this tuesday, july 26th. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> good morning, everyone, i'm kendis gibson. >> i'm diane macedo. we begin with the democrats struggling to unify as they kick off the first day of their convention plagued by dissension. >> this morning, many saving first lady michelle obama helped save the day, delivering an impassioned defense of hillary clinton while blasting donald trump. the crowd was so thrilled with bernie sanders, meantime, that he could barely get out a word but tried his best to convince diehard supporters to fall in line behind clinton. >> hours earlier, hundred of pro-sanders protesters marched in the stifling heat and tried to storm the barricades outside the convention hall.
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karen travers has the latest on the dramatic day. [ cheers ] >> reporter: bernie sanders making it crystal clear -- >> hillary will make an outstanding president, and i am proud to stand with her tonight. >> reporter: his final turn in the campaign spotlight. sanders couldn't even start talking for three minutes as the crowd stood on its feet and cheered. he urged his supporters to put differences aside and help hillary clinton beat donald trump. >> hillary clinton must become the next president of the united states. [ cheers ] >> reporter: progressive hero elizabeth warren, who didn't even endorse clinton until after the primaries, slamming the republican nominee. >> we are not going to be donald trump's hate-filled america. not now, not ever. [ applause ] >> reporter: and michelle obama electrifying the crowd.
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[ cheers ] the first lady highlighting clinton's decades of public service, but also getting political with a clear shot at trump. >> don't let anyone ever tell you that this country isn't great. >> reporter: democrats insisted they would be more positive, more optimistic than what they say republicans offered. deep divides couldn't be swept under the arena's rug. during the early part of the night, the bernie sanders delegates chanting his name and booing at mentions of clinton. by the end of the night, a very different tone. the clinton campaign is hoping that all the drama is behind them. tonight's focus will be on hillary clinton's record working with families and children. making that case, no doubt throwing in personal anecdotes, former president bill clinton. >> no doubt. back to last night, there was so much drama. what was the mood like in that arena there behind you, and i guess it might have changed
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throughout the day, didn't it? >> reporter: certainly, it was ugly earlier in the day. the first moment that hillary clinton was mentioned was during the prayer to kick off the convention. and the bernie sanders supporters started booing and chanting "bernie," during a prayer. that's really remarkable. then over the course of the night, things seemed to calm down. >> then of course, bernie sanders himself got up to the stage to quite a reception. he did make sure to get in his policy points. he also put in time making the case for clinton being there. did it seem like it was enough to get his supporters board? >> reporter: i think the fact that we didn't hear a lot of booing during his speech last night showed that perhaps he sent the right message. i thought it was remarkable how bernie sanders structured the speech. he said, here are all the things that i think matter in this election, here's what donald trump thinks, here's what hillary clinton thinks. he was really pushing hillary clinton's policies and her agenda and her experience. >> the clinton campaign obviously is hoping that all of the drama is behind right now. but you know, many wonder if there's another opportunity for
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the sanders supporters to stir things up a bit. >> reporter: there is. all eyes today will be on what happens during that state-by-state roll call. this is one of the concessions the sanders campaign got. instead of a unanimous nomination of hillary clinton, every state will go through and do the whole "from the great state of pennsylvania, we give all of our delegates," et cetera. it will be something to see the standards people do. whether they raise a ruckus. this was their chance to get one more opportunity to be in the spotlight, and then the clinton people are hoping, okay, now we can move on. >> and another moment that has a lot of people talking was comedian sarah silverman delivering this message for dissenters in the room -- >> to the "bernie or bust" people, you're being ridiculous. >> being in the room, what was the reaction to that? >> well, you could tell who the clinton people were because they loved it. they were cheering, laughing. the bernie people were more
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quiet. maybe that's the moment that was needed to bring everybody on board. she started out saying, look, i'm the biggest bernie sanders supporter there is. i supported him this entire campaign. now is the time to put all that aside and get behind the person that we think will be president and beat donald trump." >> i'll tell you, garnered a lot of reaction. even kerry washington tweeted, "wow, sarah silverman, very nice there." >> maybe she figured the other strategies aren't working well, i'll try my own? >> exactly. karen travers, thank you. >> reporter: thank you. and looking ahead to the second day in philadelphia, the theme will be about hillary clinton's lifetime of fighting for children and families. >> members of the group mothers of the movement the speak, including the mothers of trayvon martin, eric garner, and sandra bland. the keynote speaker will be former president bill clinton. and catch the abc news special report tonight at 10:00 p.m. eastern. now to the other big story we're following.
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most of the 20,000 wildfire evacuees in southern california are returning home. the sand wildfire is still only 10% contained and has destroyed more than 35,000 acres and 18 homes north of los angeles. officials are still concerned about shifting gusty winds. not everyone is being allowed to return home. one longtime resident says this is the worst fire he's ever seen. >> reporter: the eastern u.s. is enduring a heat wave with record temperatures. all three washington airports recorded 100 degrees. in philadelphia, protesters outside the democratic convention saw a heat index of 107. many cities have hoped public cooling centers and pools are packed. 90s along the entire east coast, into the south and southwest. midwest gets a little relief with highs in the upper 80s. temperatures will reach the 80s along the west coast, but it will be much hotter inland. now to a developing story. a stabbing attack near tokyo being called japan's worst mass killing since world war ii.
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it happened at a home for the handicapped earlier this morning. police say a man who used to work at the facility entered through a broken window and started stabbing people. at least 19 people were killed, about the same number injured. the suspect then turned himself in about two hours later. there were reports he was upset about being fired in february. in ft. myers, florida, people were arrested outside a nightclub after a series of shootings. the nightclub was hosting a pool party for teenagers when at least two gunmen opened fire. authorities still don't have a motive but have said the shootings were not acts of terrorism. >> this state believes in justice, so those that have been involved in this, they will clearly be held accountable. we believe in accountability. >> reports say the shooting rampage may have started with an argument over a rap performance. the club owner says she hired at least ten security guards. only two of which were in the
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parking lot when those shots were fired. now to louisiana where one of the baton rouge police officers gunned down earlier this month has been laid to rest. montrell jackson was remembered as a family man, a devoted officer who took pride in his job. his tearful wife told those who gathered that the city must come together to overcome hate so no one else will have to experience the pain she is feeling. and a leading lawmaker is requesting the medical records of the baton rouge shooter. gavin long was a former marine and iraqi war veteran who traveled to baton rouge from kansas city. his mother said he had ptsd and had unsuccessfully tried to get help from the v.a. the chair of the house veterans affairs committee has asked the v.a. for long's record. a basketball great is speaking out about racial tensions. michael jordan says he's deeply troubled by recent violence in places like baton rouge, dallas, and elsewhere, and he's donating $1 million to each of two
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organizations to promote better race relations. jordan has long stayed away from social and political issues but says he can no longer stay silent. and peyton manning has been cleared by the nfl which says it found no evidence that he was provided with human growth hormone or other prohibited substances. the league said the retired five-time mvp and his wife fully cooperated in a seven-month investigation of allegations first made in a documentary last year. the nfl's investigation of several other players named in the documentary continues. so it's not nice to fool mother nature or her wild animals for that matter. a black bear exploring a missouri back yard spied what looked like a tasty treat just standing there. something didn't quite smell right. >> we're guessing it didn't taste right either. notice that deer, the bear seems to be a little curious. he wanders away -- >> deer looks yummy. >> he comes back and checks out the door.
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a little confused. the deer's made out of wood -- >> no. >> he reaches for it, the whole things falls apart. apparently this was -- this one was smarter than the average bear. he decides to go find lunch somewhere else. >> was he really smarter than the average bear? he's the first to kind of topple the deer. >> yeah. i guess it maybe took him a little longer than it should have. he wanted to make sure. >> yeah. >> what if it's just a new kind of crunchy deer? >> if that's his attack move -- >> a new tasty kind of deer. maybe that is -- he looks pathetic, doesn't me? >> yeah. >> sorry, bear. sorry it didn't work out for you. moving on here, coming up, those leaked democratic party emails. why u.s. officials say russia was behind it. but could vladimir putin himself have known about, it and could the russians actually be helping donald trump? on the floor of this week's convention, we'll meet two particularly significant delegates -- the oldest and the youngest. what they have in common. and a reminder to check out our instagram, abcwnn. we've posted pics of kendis' visit to the "queen mary 2." check them out. adorable. >> and my rest.
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i have a lifetime of experience. so i know how important that is. republican presidential nominee donald trump along with his vice presidential nominee, mike pence, spoke at a rally yesterday morning in roanoke, virginia. they touted his six-point post-election trounce putting him ahead of hillary clinton in the polls. trump criticized hillary clinton for what he called her disloyalty to outgoing democratic chairman debbie
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wasserman schultz, who he says helped put her where she, he said. >> she worked very, very hard to rig the system. little did she know that china, russia, one of our many, many friends, came in and hacked the hell out of us. can you imagine? can you imagine what they're hacking? >> speaking of the hacking, the fbi is now investigating those leaked democratic party emails, revealing the dnc favored clinton over bernie sanders at least during the primaries. >> now u.s. authorities say russian hackers may have been behind it all. abc's brian ross has the latest. >> reporter: as the fbi investigates, cybersecurity experts are blaming the hack attack on the intelligence agencies of russian president vladimir putin, a former kgb colonel himself. >> this absolutely was not an amateur operation. >> reporter: security experts say the malware bug planted inside the democratic computer contained several telltale signs it was made in russia, including
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the keyboard the hackers used. >> it was in a russian alphabet, if you will, that was used to create the malware. >> reporter: the timing of the release of the 20,000 selected emails was clearly designed to disrupt the convention. the supposedly neutral dnc officials discussed raising the issue of whether bernie sanders was an atheist, and perhaps planting a story that bernie never, ever had his act together, that his campaign was a mess. it all seems part of the well-known russian cyber-ops playbook, having already hacked into servers at the white house, the pentagon, and the state department. brian ross, abc news, new york. there are many computer researchers who say that it's difficult to definitively say if the cybertheft of the files from the dnc, subsequently posted on line by wikileaks, was the work of the russian hackers at the time. >> and julian assange came out and said that there's no proof that the russians were involved. he says the real story is what
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the emails contained and what they showed, not who's responsible. i'm not so sure investigators agree with the stance. >> and democrats worried that there might be more. wikileaks is kind of warning there might be more to come. >> we'll find out. coming up in our next half hour, the household product lurking in your home that can be ignited by the summer's extreme heat. we'll tell you about some hazards you need to be on the lookout for both inside and outside your home. first, a look at two of the delegates to this year's democratic national election. one, age 17 other another 93, separated by a lifetime, united by a common cause. you're watching "world news now." "world news now" continues after this. "world news now" continues after this.
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the philly steaks -- >> is that what it said? >> those of the hometown favorites, boys to men, performing their single, "motown philly," how appropriate, in philadelphia. the sound from their 1991 debut album was particularly fitting on the opening day of the democratic national convention. on the floor of the convention hall, more than 4,700 delegates buzzing with activity ahead of what could turn into a crucial roll call vote. >> they represent a wide swath of america from all walks of life. we're meeting two delegates from both ends of the generation gap. we're "up all nightline" with juju chang. i'm here to nominate hillary clinton for president. >> reporter: at 93, ruby gilliam is proudly representing the state of ohio, a delegate for the eighth time. >> i watched a lot of conventions, and i thought, well, if i'm going to a convention, i'm just going to have a hat made. >> reporter: she's seen 16
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different presidents, even served in the navy during world war ii. and if gillium has her way, she'll have a front row seat to history. there could actually be a female candidate for president, an actual woman in the white house -- >> yeah. >> reporter: what does that mean to you historically? what goes through your mind? >> i never thought i would live to see the day really. >> reporter: also here, 17-year-old delegate trevor dwyron, eligible because he'll turn 18 before election day in november. he is among the youngest at the dnc. i want to introduce you to the youngest delegate here, since you have the distinction of being the oldest dallas. hello. >> i've been looking forward to meeting you. >> i'm trevor dywron from maine. how are you? >> i'm fine! >> great to meet you. >> reporter: although the pair may be 76 years apart, there's
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no age gap when it comes to their passion for politics. >> fascinating. i was doing research, and when ruby was born, calvin coolidge was the president. >> wow. >> can you guess who was president when he was born, 1999? >> bill clinton. >> yeah. very good. easy. >> quite a gap. >> that is. quite a few presidents in between. my son and i used to watch the red carpet shows on tv now, i'm walking them. life is unpredictable being flake free isn't. because i have used head and shoulders for 20 years. used regularly, it removes up to 100% of flakes keeping you protected live flake free for life
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unlikeso babies can sleeppampers stasoundly all night.s drier, pampers. we're going to start this "mix" with what was a wonderful moment for a father and son, especially for the kid. it started out as a horrible idea for him because he thought perhaps his dad had forgotten his birthday. >> uh-oh. >> no. no such things. in fact, dad was up to some tricks. this is before the baseball game. he's all down on himself. watch it play out. listen to what happened. >> aww. >> dad had hidden his baseball bat -- >> you okay? you're about to make me cry. don't make me cry. didn't forget about you. >> so sweet. >> dad hid the baseball bat
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there in the trunk of the car. he thought dad had forgotten his birthday, and then -- >> what a reaction. >> boom. of course dad didn't forget your birthday. ah. very cool. nice, natural reaction. >> and not only did he get to bat, he get to go to the game, too? >> he might have struck out for all the innings, but at least he had a nice, shiny bat. this whole merging food things, we had ketchup and mayo ice cream, the spaghetti and grilled cheese sandwich. it's not going to end, my friend. open your mind to the bourbon burgel. a burger with pickles, special sauce, bourbon-glazed bacon, pickles, sauce, on a sesame seed bagel which might sound weird because bagels have a hole in the center. guess what goes in the hole? a shot of bullet bourbon in there. >> i can't say i don't eat red meat. this is the one thing that would get me to eat a burger again. add bourbon. >> i would say you could try it on air, but it comes from australia.
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the restaurant is chicken and sons. and they are marketing this to party-loving fatties. make of that what you will. this might put you back -- >> that is my moniker. holy cow. speaking of like, we have our food porn segment going on. in new york, we have the red velvet croissant that sounds great and looks amazing. >> sophisticated. >> you've had the cronut, the massive milkshakes in the city and elsewhere. this place called gastrohall has made this. layer after layer of flaky red velvet flavored croissant dough with cream cheese, custard, and topped with red velvet glaze and cake crumbs. >> looks pretty good. >> wow. you know what often doesn't look good -- graffiti. people generally don't like to see it until it's the artistic
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this morning on "world news now," a dramatic start to the democratic national convention. bernie sanders soaking up the spotlight, doing his best to try to keep the peace. some of his supporters booing at the mention of hillary clinton's name. as the first lady and other stars of the democratic party lay out their case against donald trump, we're live in philadelphia. the summer scorcher continues as high winds and drought conditions fuel more wildfires lighting up the west like a tinderbox. this as the uncomfortable heat wave hangs over much of the east with the humidity making the temperatures unbearable. accu-weather has the forecast for us. and new this half hour, the democrats unleash their star power at the convention.
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>> celebrities take the stage, including an impassioned plea from singer demi lovato. hear the personal struggle she shared ahead in "the skinny." also ahead in "the skinny," brutal eliminations on last night's "bachelorette." who are the two men left standing? our senior legendary "bachelorette" analyst will have the full story on this tuesday, july 26th. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> a good morning to you all. i'm diane macedo. >> i'm kendis gibson. one can only imagine what day two of the democratic national convention will bring following the kickoff that included, let's count them, we had anger -- >> quite a bit. >> booing. >> a little bit. >> protests, yep, there was protests, check. eventually there was applause. >> there was. bernie sanders received such an enthusiastic welcome, he had to wait three minutes to start his speech. he laid out his aggressive agenda and offered vigorous praise of hillary clinton. michelle obama also invigorated the crowd.
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this on a day that started with outrage over leaked dnc emails. more now from juju chang. >> reporter: on this, the first night of the democratic national convention, one first lady making the case for another like no one has before. >> i wake up every morning in a house that was built by slaves. [ applause ] >> reporter: an emotional plea, tearing up as she described her journey. >> and because of hillary clinton, my daughters and all our sons and daughters now take for granted that a woman can be president of the united states. [ applause ] >> reporter: taking a straight shot at donald trump. >> when someone is cruel or acts like a bully, you don't stoop to their level. no, our motto is when they go low, we go high. [ cheers ] the issues a president faces are not black and white and cannot be boiled down to 140 characters. thank you all.
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god bless. >> reporter: her words uniting the crowd in a standing ovation. after a fractious opening day as an e-mail scandal at the dnc showed that operatives there worked to undermine the sanders campaign. amid the controversy, bernie sanders, hillary clinton's former rival, took the stage to a hero's welcome. >> thank you! >> reporter: thanking his supporters for their loyalty, then pledging to continue the revolution. >> it is no secret that hillary clinton and i disagree on a number of issues. that is what this campaign has been about. that is what democracy is about. >> reporter: sanders redirecting his supporters to focus their passion instead on defeating donald trump. and finally, the moment the clinton camp had been waiting for. >> hillary clinton must become the next president of the united states. [ cheers ] >> reporter: there were real fears that sanders supporters would disrupt the convention. earlier, pro-bernie anger
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spilling out on to the streets of philadelphia. [ chants ] >> all: we want bernie! >> reporter: at a raucous meeting with delegates, the crowd booing when he told them to vote for hillary clinton. >> we have got to elect hillary clinton and tim kaine. [ booing ] >> reporter: the bitterness was exacerbated after wikileaks released nearly 20,000 internal emails hacked from the dnc server. in some, high-ranking officials appear to mock sanders, seeming to conspire against his campaign. one message from a dnc staffer even proposed using sanders' faith against him, writing, "my southern baptist peeps would draw a big difference between a jew and atheist." national security officials believe russian operatives hacked into the dnc server and passed their emails on to wikileaks in an attempt to influence the elections. the republican nominee on the campaign trail mocking the disarray among democrats. >> got fired. they said, debbie, you're fired. get out, debbie.
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out, boom. >> reporter: his attacks may soon have an impact. polls out show donald trump is benefiting from a convention bounce, tied in one national poll, and leading clinton by three points in another. >> all right. so that said, you have juju chang there, appreciate it. the clinton campaign is now counting on each speaker to help put behind them all the strife plaguing the party. >> for a look at some of the most memorable moments of the night, karen travers joins us live from philadelphia. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. >> so looking at last night's speeches, they were all different in style. did any one stand out as most effective? >> reporter: i think michelle obama's speech is the one that will be getting the most buzz the rest of the week. bernie sanders gave the speech that everybody was mostly expecting him to give. he gave it in that traditional bernie sanders style. he made the case against donald trump and for hillary clinton. we've heard a lot about policy points from bernie sanders.
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michelle obama, though, she got out there, she made it personal, she made it political, taking a couple jobs at donald trump. i think the consensus is that last night, michelle obama knocked it out of the park. remember, she's not a politician. this is not something that she's been doing her whole career, that she signed up for. >> maybe that's part of what makes it so good. it really seems as though she's speaking from the heart. >> a lot of people thought it was an authentic speech. it's -- it's interesting to hear her speak. last week we had flashbacks of her speeches eight years ago. if monday was all about bridging divides within the party, what's on tap for the rest of the week? >> reporter: that was the ironic things. the theme from last night was "united together." what we saw all day in the convention floor was the complete opposite of that. the clinton campaign hoping that the drama put aside, and now they can focus on the biography
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points. this is an attempt to soften hillary clinton, to humanize her. to have people come up and talk about some of her life experiences and accomplishments that maybe get buried on the campaign trail. a lot of people know hillary clinton. she's been in the public eye for decades. they want to give a different focus. tonight president bill clinton will kick that off, talking about her record on families and children. >> that's abc's karen travers live in philadelphia. thank you. later this half hour, the hollywood a-listers at the philadelphia convention, and a reminder, don't miss tonight's abc special report from the convention at 10:00 p.m. eastern. now to a developing story. a stabbing attack near tokyo is being called japan's worst mass killing since world war ii. it happened at a home for the handicapped this morning. police say a man who used to work at the facility entered through a broken window and started stabbing people. at least 19 were killed and the same number injured.
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the suspect then turned himself in about two hours later. there are reports that he was upset about being fired in february. and german investigators have uncovered new evidence in the latest of four recent violent attacks there. they say a syrian asylum seeker who blew himself up after being denied entry to a music festival. he pledged allegiance to isis. it put german chancellor angela merkel's welcoming of refugees under the microscope. and poor air quality being blamed on massive wildfires hundreds of miles away in southern california. progress has been made against the largest sand fire burning now north of los angeles. many of the 20,000 evacuees are now allowed to return to their homes as the winds have shifted a bit. 18 homes have been destroyed, along with more than 50 square miles of rugged terrain. in the eastern u.s., the oppressive heat is here to stay. it's expected to be one of the longest heat waves in recent years.
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temperatures yesterday hit triple digits in many cities, with heat indices even higher. many residents heading to public swimming pools and fountains or cooling centers. let's find out what's in store from accu-weather's paul williams. good morning, paul. >> reporter: good morning to you, as well. bracing for a set of severe thunderstorms that could turn ugly for tuesday afternoon, tuesday night. from aberdeen to rapid city, sioux falls to north platte, we're highlighting this because we're expecting damaging winds, between 60 to 80 mile-per-hour winds with super-cell thunderstorms along with large hail. in addition to that, we still have big-time heat from coast to coast. watch as this continues to warm up. wherever you see red as it begins to form quickly, looking for 100-degree weather on the east coast and the center of the country. diane, kendis? >> paul. thank you. i don't know if i want to say thank you for that. thank you, i suppose, paul. coming up, the extreme heat across the country could ignite a hidden time bomb inside your home, your garage, or even your shed. the common household products that when exposed to extreme heat can ignite and even turn
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across much of the country that could ignite a hidden danger inside your home. >> common household products and the heat could potentially turn
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into a deadly mix. here's abc's gio benitez. >> reporter: a wake-up for homeowners. massive flames caused by common products like linseed oil and stains used to finish furniture and decks. janet left rags soaked in stain under her deck. took just hours for her fire to destroy her home. >> i had no idea this was even possible. >> reporter: we teamed one montgomery county fire rescue in maryland for a test, putting linseed oil on rags and throwing them into a box like you might do after a home project. >> it spontaneously combusts once it reaches ignition temperature. >> reporter: it's only been two hours, and we're already looking at 204 degrees inside this box. at 4.5 hours, smoke. at 6, the box bursts into flames. one solution, look at those labels. >> there's a warning, gives you step by step how to clean up
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products when you're done. >> reporter: store rags in fire-safe containers or dry them on concrete away from your house. steps to keep this from happening to you. abc news, rockville, maryland. >> i had no idea. >> rags, got to be very careful with them. good tips. thank you. when we come back, emotional words from demi lovato on a stage at the democratic national convention. after a round of brutal eliminations, who's left standing on "the bachelorette"? "the skinny" is next. "w
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♪ so skinny ♪ political "skinny"? i guess, yeah. >> partly. >> the star-studded opening night to the democratic national convention. >> actress eva longoria slammed donald trump saying she's a ninth generation american from south texas which used to be part of mexico, reminding him that her family never crossed a border. the border crossed them. >> snap. paul simon at least for a moment united the feuding bernie and hillary clinton supporters with his "bridge over troubled waters." >> and oscar-winning actress, susan sarandon, a diehard bernie supporter, caught on camera not looking so enthusiastic. as you can imagine, social media had a very good time turning that into a meme. >> tweeting that she's literally having the worst time ever. and she re-tweeted and said, you're right.
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>> aw. >> in a more serious moment, singer demi lovato made an impassioned plea for better access to health care for mental health, sharing with the convention her own struggle with mental illness. >> this is not about politics. it's simply the right things to do. i'm doing my very small part by having the treatment center that saw me through my recovery on tour with me so that at least a small group of people, even for a brief moment, can have the same support that i received. it may not be a lot, but we have to believe every small action counts. >> following her speech, she rocked a live performance of her single "confident." >> reporter: next up, coming down the stretch of the season of abc's "the bachelorette." almost there. >> let's bring in the analysts right away to find out what happened. >> got the rose. >> let's do. it. >> what happened? pick it up. we left off the last time, the final four, chase, luke, jordan, and our man robby.
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roll that butch "bachelorette" footage. back in the airplane hangar for the first rose ceremony. jordan got a rose, robby got a rose, chase got a rose. you know what that means -- as you said last week, diane, too late, luke. >> bye-bye, luke. >> luke has to go. tears all around. mercifully we're down to three. >> his hair looks good. >> where else? off to thailand. >> oh. >> jojo and our man robby. they're on their -- on their date. there was foot massaging going on as they do in thailand. there was dinner. all these dates are about the fantasy suite. you'll see a pattern develop. they bind up in the fantasy suite, things are looking good for our man, robby. jojo and jordan, they're sitting in caves, they were -- there was hiking going on. there was sweating. that was even before we got to the fantasy suite they were
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sweating. you know, all of this. they wind up in the fantasy suite -- >> again. >> things are going well for jordan. better get that invite to aaron ready to go. make sure it doesn't get lost in the mail or anything. >> yeah. >> we'll see what's up with that. jojo and chase, they start off at dinner. >> kissing. >> yeah. they were kissing, but you know what -- he finally -- you know, as usual, they wind up in the fantasy suite. chase finally lays on the "i love you" things. jojo's got to call a time-out. she walks out. she comes back. chase, you got to go. >> no. >> yeah. chase said, "i'm shattered." kind of like that rolling stones song from back in like '78. >> i'm shattered? >> i bet that's what he was thinking. >> couldn't give it away on 7th avenue. look up the lyrics, trust me. rose ceremony, you know, all
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going well until chase makes like a soccer fan and invades the ceremony. it was like a pitch invasion involving chase. so he just wanted to save his last chance at being the new "bachelor." from there, they hug it out. it's all good. not to worry. the roses, by this point, frankly, it's academic. our man robby and diane's pick, jordan -- >> wow. >> who's still trying to get in touch with his brother for that invitation if the weather is going to come off. >> jojo doesn't care at all. >> she doesn't what? >> she doesn't care if he's at the wedding. she cares -- she cares for jordan's sake. >> that's true. that's true. so we're down to the final two. >> two. >> our man robby, diane's pick, jordan -- >> isn't it funny the final two are our picks? >> both of might have picks are gone, chase and luke. >> my understanding is it was jimmy kimmel's pick, as well.
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not that he knows beforehand. tonight, the final and then the final next week. finale is thankfully next week.
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used to treat things like anxiety and pain. could it also help you put a spell on your kids? >> you naturally influence your child anyway. let's learn how to do it with intenti intention. with your head, follow the crystal -- >> reporter: introducing hypno-parenting, courtesy of mom of three, lisa maccenberg. >> hypnosis and parenting is a natural solution. >> reporter: that's right, she hypnotizes her kids to deal with everything from performance anxiety to problems focusing. she first started hypnotizing her kids to help them get through the night without wetting the bed. now it's a staple of her child rearing. >> my children are able to use logic and reason. they have a form of diligence or perseverance that you don't see in other children. >> reporter: now, let's see it in action. >> take all of the stress, anxiety, fear, and put it into this arm.
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now take a deep breath, and release. >> reporter: lisa's 17-year-old daughter reyna has grown up under her mother's spell. >> i have always known my mom has hypnotized me. >> reporter: she says it's made a positive impact on her life. >> being able to push back stress and think it it deeply and do self-reflecting was -- a skill i'm grateful that my mom taught me. i think it influences me a lot today and helped me develop into the person i am right now. >> reporter: mara shiavocampo, abc news, new york. >> you want to clean my office. you want to -- >> yes, i go clean your office right now. >> great. >> this is -- >> i would totally use this on my kids. >> my gosh. you'd be the worst mom ever. >> no. >> if you stare at this long enough -- >> i could get them to do the dishes. get them to do the laundry. fantastic. >> i don't believe in hypnosis -- i do have to clean your office. >> i think there's something, got to go -- >> jack? >> hey, jack. uh-oh. >> oh, boy. i think you have to go clean
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making news in america this morning, the democratic national convention opens with protests and disruptions on the floor and first lady michelle obama. >> the issues a president faces are not black and white and cannot be boiled down to 140 characters. plus, bernie sanders gets a three-minute standing ovation to welcome him before even starting his speech. he then praised hillary clinton trying to unify the party after the e-mail controversy that ousted the dnc chair. we're live in philadelphia. plus, new details about that e-mail controversy and who is responsible for the hack. all sides now pointing this morning toward russia and vladimir putin possibly meddling in the u.s. election. a new report from our brian ross. and the raging wildfire is still burning outside of los angeles.

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