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welcome to "millionaire." well, dan, apparently you're from vermont. >> hi. >> how you doing, man? >> granted, in 1940 was 40 years before i was born, so-- [laughter] um... listen. i don't really know the answer here, but i'm kind of really interested in talking through it. >> you love to hear that. >> well, it just seems to me, like, that social security is something that you actually receive. you get a check. whereas medicare, it's a health care plan. i don't know how any one person can ever be the first recipient of medicare. >> oh, you're totally right. >> it just means you go to the doctor. >> that's what i was thinking too. um... it's definitely not "life" magazine or the sears catalog, right? >> awesome as that would have been, though. >> yeah, to be the first recipient of "life" magazine? >> i'm pretty sure it's social security. >> um... you know i trust you. you look--you're dressed very well. you know... [laughter] it inspires confidence. uh... >> he's in an untucked polo shirt and jeans. >> yeah. well, you know-- >> [laughs] >> um... compared to the usual. um, you're right, though. it's social security. i probably should have saved you. i knew that from the start. um... let's lock it in.
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let's, uh... let's go for it. c, social security. final answer. >> you just got to $50,000. >> [screams] [screams] my man! ha-cha! my man! >> $50,000. [cheers and applause] way to go, justin. >> ha! >> you needed a little help. [horn blares] all right, that sound means the time is up for today. but justin peters is not going anywhere. he is 4 questions away from $1 million. second chance week right here at "millionaire." it's what it's all about. >> oh, brother. >> thank you so much for watching. for everyone who's been a part of this one, i'm chris harrison. we're gonna see you next time. [cheers and applause] closed captioning sponsored by: americans... ... 83% try to eat healthy.
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to get a better record deal. a major lawsuit settled between a pest control company and a family from delaware still suffering from effects of being poisoned by its illegal spraying. >> terminix agreed to pay $87 million for using a chemical last year inside their caribbean vacation home that's been banned for indoors use since 1984. adrienne bankert has the latest. >> reporter: the family agreeing to terms of the multimillion dollar settlement after being poisoned by a toxic chemical during a caribbean vacation in 2015. >> they're one of those families that everyone likes to be around. it's horrible. >> reporter: the family of four fell ill at this luxury resort after the condo below them was fumigated with a colorless, odorless gas. steve edmonds and his two sons suffering seizures and severe neurological damage. >> it damages the lungs such
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that they bleed internally. >> reporter: while the chemical is not supposed to be used indoors, an epa investigation found it was used indoor before. it was banned for residential use in the u.s. in 1984. >> this substance was banned in the virgin islands, as well. but they still used the product. >> reporter: the company saying the incident was tragic, and we deeply regret what happened. if a judge approves the settlement, possible criminal charges would not be pursued. however, the resort could still face some legal action. adrienne bankert, abc news, new york. when we come back, the man who won the heart of jojo but not before a whole lot of drama on the season finale of "the bachelorette." i bet you cannot wait. >> can't wait:also, the eye-popping dating show from across the pond, "the skinny" is next. "world news now" continues after this.
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♪ ♪ ♪ "skinny" time, and we start with last night's dramatic, emotional conclusion of abc's "the bachelorette." >> jojo had a decision to make. would it be robby, or would it
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be jordan? let's get some answers with the help of our senior bachelorette analyst. jack. >> we made it. that's about all i can say. >> i loved it! i am glad. >> the long national nightmare is over. it is not wednesday, november 9th, the day after election day. we have wrapped up another season of "the bachelorette." let's roll that beautiful "bachelorette" footage. we're in thailand. this is jordan meeting jojo's family. there was no chugging of champagne or anything like that like we've seen with jojo's family in previous seasons. all went well. jordan forgot a small point of order. >> an important one. >> an important one, you might say. he forgot to ask jojo's dad for permission for her hand. >> it was the same day he met him. >> you're supposed to do that? >> you are. >> she made it clear she expected him and he said he would, and he didn't.
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>> oops as they say. >> oops. >> okay. moving on. roby -- robby meets with jojo's family. the brothers are unfortunately behaving themselves as they had not in previous seasons. nonetheless, robby says all the right things. he's hitting all the right notes. he's talking to mom. he's talking to dad. robby even asks permission to propose to jojo, and he gets permission. >> they love robby. robby is a parent's dream. >> absolutely. you're thinking at this point robby is looking a-okay, folks. well, then robby arrives at the beach. things were not looking a-okay at the beach. >> she let him talk for a while. >> that's the best part of the show, i love that -- >> he told her how much he loved her. she requires all of them to tell them how much they love her, but she doesn't say it
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back. >> she slammed the brakes on this whole things. obviously robby was emotional. there was confusion. i mean, at this point i was feeling bad for the guy. >> he was shocked. he said, it's not your fault. he said, just don't settle. so why did she pick jordan? what's your theory, jack? analyst? i've got one. >> my theory is basically -- it comes for jordan that it came straight out of jojo's mouth. she said, "i'm crazy in love with jordan." >> it's the first time she said to his face that she loved him. >> that's true, that's true. >> i want to know what happened off cameras. i think there were words. i was impressed by the ring that jordan chose. much classier than the ring that robby chose. the one robby chose was a little gari garish. my theory is not about the ring. my theory is that jordan is exciting. he doesn't know where he wants
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to live. he wants to be a sportscaster or something. he's exciting. he also offers a celebrity factor. robby was asked what he thought -- what life would be like, and he described a comfy sofa and meat loaf, at which point all the girls i was watching with went that's not exciting. >> or pizza, all of that. on "after the final rose," anybody who survived to "after the final rose," heard that jojo and jordan are moving to dallas together. they also expect to be married next year. and unfortunately, there's great disappointment on the internet for this. there was no announcement about who the next "bachelor" is. >> is it going to be luke, robby, chase? >> we'll find out. we'll keep watching. that's the point. >> keep watching. >> he doesn't care. >> i do care. >> at this point, analyst out. >> peace out. next, if you think the skin the show they on "the bachelorette" and "the bachelor" is pushing the
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limits, wait until you see what they're doing across the pond. >> nick spent the last two weeks watching britain's channel 4, a new dating show that lets potential mates see each other naked. jojo got to see hers naked first as well. from the waist down before they meet in person, or even see their faces. >> many viewers say they were shocked at the nudity. they were describing it as gratuitous even by britain's standards. and yet, many of the show's harshest critics admitted to watching the entire hour, including me. >> so what do you have to say for yourself? >> i think it's great. it's warts and all. these aren't models. these are regular people. there's a guy with a prosthetic limb. there's a guy with a tattoo of an elephant around his bits and pieces. these aren't models. i've got to say, i love the show. >> you get the see the bits before you get to see their face? >> yeah, and you can be rejected from the show purely on the appearance of what's down below. >> this is taking superficial to a whole new level. >> yes, it has. yes, it has.
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yes, it has. >> all right. coming up, for many women they're far from perfect for walking on land. >> but they look awesome. the search for killer heels that won't kill your feet. the search for killer heels that won't kill your feet.
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shoes is abusive. and women are realizing it saying i don't want to hurt. >> reporter: shoemakers like dr. olaf are creating new lines with modern design and technology. one trick to make heels more comfortable, reduce the angle. >> in a traditional heel, all of the weight of the body is on the ball of the foot. in my heels, the weight is evenly distributed throughout the foot. >> reporter: to feel the difference, i devised a comparison. i have a standard four-inch heel on my right, and one of dr. olaf's on my left. i'm to do one lap around the track and see if there's any difference in the way my feet feel after. the conventional four-inch heel didn't make a half a lap. these olaf platforms were way more comfortable. and good news in the three-inch shoe, as well. and so-called comfort shoes are more fashionable. this is a cult favorite. from easy spirit and rock port,
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these pairs are nice with so much padding. in fact, i was so impressed that i took these comfort heels from naturalizer and got extreme. a quarter mile running in three-inch heels and business attire. it was a little confusing for other runners, but the results astonishing. that's kind of incredible. my feet do not hurt. wow. that said, i want my running shoes next time i hit the track. >> i don't think they're very hot. do you? >> i don't care. becky running in business attire is awesome. >> we need to make heels for -- more comfortable. they stink. >> i have worn them once. agree. >> i think we have footage of that. >> my goodness. yes. >> are those your feet? >> it was for a story. it was for work, and it was an empathy thing. all right? anyway. enough of that. let's come on. come can on. >> couldn't you have chose an
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skirt or -- >> enough. don't miss our updates on facebook at wnnfans.com.
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good morning. i'm nick watt. >> i'm linsey janice. good morning, i'm nick watt in for kendis gibson. >> i'm linzie janis in for diane macedo. here are some of the top headlines we're following this morning on "world news now." for the first time in the history, the cdc is warning about travel to a u.s. destination. the wynwood section of miami. all 14 cases in the u.s. seem to be tied to that neighborhood. we're talking about zika virus. full details in moments. and a fast-moving fire in montana has destroyed dozens of homes. the roaring line fire has burned about 5.5 square miles. a former fbi electronics technician says that he is sorry he passed sensitive information
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to china for years. the naturalized citizen has top security clearance and is facing a plea deal of about two years in prison. and a large construction crane was being blown around today by strong typhoon winds in hong kong. the storm packed heavy rain and maximum gusts over 80 miles per hour. it's weakening as it moves inland. no reports of deaths or destruction. those are some of the top stories on this tuesday, august 2nd. >> from abc news, this is "world news now." >> we begin this half hour with the growing fears about the zika virus. more than 14 people have now been infected in the wynwood section of miami. that's prompted the first ever domestic travel warning from the government. pregnant women and couples planning to have children soon should stay away. >> aerial spraying against the
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mosquitoes that carry zika is not effective. they have to be sprayed by workers on the ground. miami is adding 20 more workers today. let's get more on the outbreak. >> reporter: zika is in the sunshine state. and the latest outbreak is worryingly different because these patients contracted it from local mosquitos. >> one square-mile radius where there's on occurrence of local transmission of zika virus. >> reporter: in addition to the four cases, there are now ten new cases of local transmission, those concentrated in miami. for the first time, people in the u.s. have contracted zika right at home, not by traveling to some distant lands but in the continental united states. governor rick scott is vowing to move all resources to stem the spread. >> we've asked the cdc to send an emergency response team. >> reporter: meanwhile, health responders are going door to
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door spraying pesticides and testing floridians. >> i have the test. my test is good. my daughter's test is good. but my father, he have the zika virus. >> reporter: the cdc issuing a travel warning to all pregnant women, telling them to avoid travel to the hot zone. >> no time in recent history has cdc told people within the united states not to go to the other parts of the united states for health reasons. that's historic. >> reporter: the governor offering up the top four suggestions for eliminating zika. >> no standing water. no standing water. and then no standing water and then no standing water. >> reporter: health authorities have been actively testing all the mosquitoes within that one-mile radius. so far none have come back with a case of the zika virus. >> thank you. the u.s. carried out a military strike against an isis stronghold in libya. the air strike hit isis vehicles in a coastal city. president obama approved the
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military action at the request of the u.n.-backed libyan government. more strikes are expected, but no u.s. dproops are involved. an ohio man could face 30 years in prison after pleading guilty to an isis inspired plot to attack the u.s. capitol during the state of the union address. christopher cornell pled guilty to three federal charges yesterday. prosecutors say he did research online on how to build bombs. he also purchased two semiautomatic weapons and 600 rounds of ammunition. donald trump is lashing out at hillary clinton as she enjoys a post convention bounce in the polls leading him 52 to 43. trump recently alluded to clinton being the devil. at a rally in pennsylvania last night he said it point-blank while slamming bernie sanders for negotiating with the clinton camp. >> he would have been a hero, but he made a deal with the devil. she's the devil.
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>> trump says he's looking forward to debating clinton, but he's also taking aim at the election system. he said he's afraid it's going to be rigged and called it a corrupt process. the gold-star parents donald trump has been battling are receiving an outpouring of support from total strangers. visitors have been paying respects by leaving flowers, notes, and american flags on their son's website at arlington national cemetery. trump has refused to apologize for criticizing the family despite growing criticism from fellow republicans. donald trump is also under fire for conflicting claims about russian president vladimir putin. donald trump said in the past he has a good relationship with the russian president, but now he's denying that any such relationship existed. more now from abc's david wright. >> reporter: donald trump insists he won't be pushed around by vladimir putin. >> people say donald trump will be weak with putin.
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putin is saying nice things about me. okay, all right. >> reporter: just two years ago trump claimed he had a relationship with putin. >> reporter: do you have a relationship with vladimir putin, a conversational relationship or anything that you feel you have sway or influence over his government? >> i do have a relationship. >> reporter: now a complete reversal. >> i have no relationship with putin. >> if you have no relationship with putin, then why did you say in 2013, "i do have a relationship"? in 2014 -- >> because he has said nice things about me over the years. >> reporter: trump says he's had no contact with putin. not even a phone call. >> i never met him. i don't think i've ever met him. >> reporter: you would know it if you did? >> i think so. >> reporter: and yet -- >> i was in moscow a couple of years ago. i own the miss universe pageant. putin even sent me a present. a beautiful present with a beautiful note. i spoke to all of his people. i was in russia, moscow recently, and i spoke indirectly and directly with president putin who could not have been nicer.
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>> reporter: what exactly is your relationship with vladimir putin? >> i have no relationship with putin. >> reporter: the romance between trump and putin has been called a bromance exaggerated as scary stuff calling the conflicting statements yet another example of how trump is temperamentally unfit to be president. david wright, nebraska. a homeowner in the new york borough of queens has technology to thank for bringing a burglary suspect to justice. this is her in the street. she had seen a stranger in her home with a nanny cam. she enters the building, comes out carrying her dog, then a shot rings out as police encounter the suspect. he's wounded in the leg and arrested outside. it turns out he has a long criminal history and was released from prison in june after serving time for burglary. the happy meal is getting happier. mcdonald's is removing
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artificial preservatives from the mcnuggets and some breakfast items. it is also replacing high fructose corn syrup in the buns. the company says the changes will affect half its menu. increasing ly consumers are demanding healthier food, and rivals have been perhaps a little quicker to remove questionable ingredients. major league baseball doesn't give out gold gloves for ball girls and boys, but if it did, here's one recipient. >> she snags a line drive during sunday's dodgers game in l.a. she's known as emily. she stopped the ball from possibly hitting a fan who wasn't paying attention. >> the foul ball was clocked at nearly 109 miles per hour. emily not only saving the fan but saving his beer as well. now, that is important. great going, emily. you know, the guy was on his phone, right? >> you have to pay attention at baseball games. baseball games, hockey.
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it's dangerous stuff, especially if you're sitting in a hot seat like that. >> well done. a nice little smile. nice little smile. ball goes back. coming up, we have new developments in the miss teen usa scandal. what 18-year-old karlie hay is saying about the series of racist tweets that she posted years ago that have now come back to haunt her. and the haunting images of thousands of refugees risking their lives to cross the mediterranean sea. we have a firsthand look at the european union's operation off the coast of libya, trying to save lives and catch smugglers. first, here's a look at today's temperatures. "world news now" weather. brought to you by life alert. "world news now" weather. brought to you by life alert.
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michigan lake. by the time police got there, two good samaritans were already working to free the man. police helped knock out the windows helping to get the driver to safety. he was taken to the hospital. they think a medical episode led to the accident. >> thank god for those good samaritans. overseas now to a very different kind of rescue. >> over the weekend more than 1,000 people were rescued from mediterranean sea risking everything to flee north africa. >> abc's molly hunter is off the coast with the european union's operation to save lives and catch lawbreakers. >> reporter: this is the front line in the fight against smugglers and human traffickers. a multibillion dollar industry fueling the refugee crisis, and this is operation sophia. europe's mediterranean response to those bodies washing ashore.
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120 on libya's beaches last month. here on the flag ship "the us s uss girabaldi." the mandate, saving lives and sending smugglers to italian courts. >> we're saving a lot of lives. that's very important. and for the first time we are -- we made one more step. >> reporter: the lieutenant was the pilot flying last week when 120 people were brought on board and three suspects captured, but the big bosses remain out of reach. we're just 40 nautical miles off the libyan coast. this fleet only operates in international waters. these guys are watching and waiting for smugglers to leave the libyan territorial waters so they can close in. the fleet has five ships flying the eu flag and three fixed wing
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helicopters patrol every morning spotting boats and gathering evidence. >> i want to set our position in a way that they can intervene if there is any rescue operation to do, but they can also intervene to board the suspect on board. >> reporter: some 80 suspects have been hauled in since the start of the operation last october, and they claim they've saved more than 20,000 lives directly. an average of 800 refugees and migrants attempt this route every day. more than 230,000 people have crossed the mediterranean, landing in europe so far this year. many never make it. nearly 3,000 dead this year. that's 1,000 more than this time last year. >> reporter: they continue the mission tonight waiting at the gates to europe with calm seas and warm temperatures.
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thousands more will likely risk their lives, and many will likely die trying to make it to the other side. molly hunter, abc news, off the libyan coast. coming up, the racial scandal surrounding the newly crowned miss teen usa. >> what she's saying about the offensive language she used years ago in a series of tweets. you're watching "world news now." now." now."
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the newly crowned miss teen usa is coming under fire for the newly crowned miss teen usa is coming under fire for using offensive language in a series of old tweets. >> she's now apologizing, and the organization says she'll get to keep her title. that's still apparently not enough for some of her critics. >> miss teen usa 2016 is texas! [ cheers ] >> reporter: the newly crowned miss teen usa at the center of a twitter scandal. >> miss teen usa.
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>> reporter: not long after taking home the title on saturday, karlie hay coming under fire after a series of racist tweets from her social media account came back to haunt her. the tweets dating back to 2013 show hay using the "n" word repeatedly while brighting to friends on twitter. the former miss texas teen taking to social media admitting she's used the language publicly in the past. and it's something she's not proud of, and there's no excuse for. citing personal struggles as the cause. the tweets causing an online firestor many expressing their outrage. former miss teen usa cammy crawford called out hay, questioning why she left the tweets up knowing she was competing for the crown. crawford tweeting, if you win any pageant, first things first, clean up your page. if you're under 21, you
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shouldn't be drinking, and you're white, the "n" word ain't your word. the miss universe organization defended the winner saying she'll keep can her crown and that the organization is committed to supporting her continued growth. the pageant was already facing backlash for the lack of diversity among saturday's finalists after the top five was revealed to include only blonde, white women. and a reminder that karlie hay will be on "good morning america" later for her first interview since the story broke, but first -- he's not blonde, but he will soon be showing some skin of his soon. and scales. and fins. >> because our parent company, disney, is moving forward with a remake of the 1984 film, "splash," but with a twist. playing daryl hannah's mermaid character will be none other
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than channing tatum himself. >> in the original she rescued a young boy and gives the boy the option of life or land or under the sea with her. i know what choice you would make. he told us how much he loved this film earlier. >> that character was played by tom hanks. now opposite tatum is jillian bell. they previously worked together on " i"22 jump street." apparently this was her idea. she's one of my favorites. she was on "the night before." she was on one of the best episodes of "curb your enthusiasm." channing tatum is a beef cake and doesn't take himself too seriously. that movie was one of my favorites. not just because of daryl hannah walking around. >> just because of that. >> it was deep. it's a choice of -- it's a forever choice. it's existence. you're not buying this, are you?
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>> well, i've been watching "the bachelorette." big decision making. i get it. >> coming up, the millionaire matchmaker. re match maker.
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>> reporter: finding love on television can be tricky. >> it's not monologue time. >> reporter: perhaps no one knows that better than patti stanger. >> meet my millionaires. >> reporter: the reality tv queen has spent almost a decade finding matches for millionaires. now the dating guru is taking talents to we-tv, where she says she's helping some of her most challenging high-profile clients yet. >> no way! seven days of patti's boot camp. it's intense. >> reporter: she gave us a crash course on coupling up. rule number one, take a personal inventory first. >> what are you looking for? if your wish list it s to the floor, you're not going to find love. >> reporter: second, try a new look. >> do a makeover. buy new clothes. change your hairstyle. >> reporter: to person who says i hear what you're saying but i just want to be me? >> good luck. i'm sorry. it's packaging. we brand everything. why wouldn't we brand ourselves? >> reporter: and number three,
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summer is the season of love. so get going. >> when you're on the east coast and it's freezing all the time, you better date until you mate in the summer. you got three months to work that system by labor day. >> reporter: what are your favorite places to meet someone? >> you want to go by the beach. see the guys playing volleyball. they're basically running around with their shirt off. >> reporter: that fairytale ending could be right around the corner. rebecca jarvis in new york. i have a great patti stanger quote here. she doesn't like the woman to do the calling. she says, "you're interrupting his processing time. he's processing whether he wants to date you or not, and if you interrupt, you become his mother, because now you're telling him what to do. men are simple. if they're not interested, they won't call." >> i disagree. i used to dial and then hang up as soon as they answered. i'm that guy. >> you lost me there. soon as they answered. i'm that guy. >> you lost me there. rdial and then hang up as soon as they answered. i'm that guy. >> you lost me there. odial and up as soon as they answered. i'm that guy. >> you lost me there. as soon as. i'm that guy. >> you lost me there. up as soon as they answered. i'm that guy. >> you lost me there. as soon as. i'm that guy. >> you lost me there. up as soon as they answered.
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this morning, a major development in the battle against zika virus. >> a first for the cdc, warning against travel within the united states. the unprecedented move comes as there are more cases of the virus contracted by mosquitos in florida. the urgent steps being taken to stop the disease from spreading. and a big advance for hillary clinton in the race for the white house, beating donald trump in the latest national poll. and could the controversy around trump criticizing a gold-star family be behind the dip in the polls? shock and outrage in court. a judge upon learning an inmate had been denied clothing in jail asked if this is the twilight zone.
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the judge then calling the jail directly from the bench. then the perils of finding love online. critics say apps like tinder are less about the heart and more about the hookup, and social media apps aren't designed to finding your soulmate. could we have stumbled upon the app that's the uber of matchmaking? it's tuesday, august 2nd. from abc news, this is "world news now". good morning. i'm nick watt. >> i'm linzie janis. kendis and diane are off. our top story this half hour is the frightening warning about travel right here in the u.s. because of zika virus cases in miami. it's the first time there's been a domestic travel warning from the cdc. >> 14 confirmed cases in miami. the number of inspectors will double from 12 to 32. they're looking for mosquito breeding hot spots.
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and we have more from miami. >> reporter: workers are spraying in the heart of ground zero where that zika outbreak is growing. >> on top of the four cases on friday, we have ten more cases. >> reporter: leading to the unprecedented travel advisory. the cdc recommending pregnant women avoid this popular area of miami, wynwood. impossible for mercedes cabrera who lives a block from the trouble zone. she knows zika can cause severe birth defect. >> scary. really scary. >> reporter: the cdc telling women who visited the area not to get pregnant for eight weeks. health officials seen going door to door testing hundreds of residents and handing out pamphlets. this man learned he has zika virus. six of the cases here are people without symptoms like most who get the virus. and now new concerns mosquitos in the area could be resistant to pesticides. >> mosquito control efforts
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don't appear to have been as effective as we hoped. >> reporter: health officials say they expect there will be more cases. mosquito control is experimenting with different types of pesticides in hopes of controlling this mosquito. abc news, miami. >> the zika virus can linger in blood and urine for weeks, and in sperm for months. the infections can cause severe brain-related birth defects, including microcephaly. one person who truly understands what's at risk, a 19-year-old from st. petersburg, florida. he has microcephaly and is begging prospective parents to be careful. >> don't get zika virus. don't get it. please don't. i can't read. i can't write. i can't live on my own. i can't do anything. >> his mother calls it a matter of life and death. worldwide, the zika virus has led to more than 1800 serious birth defects worldwide. the governor has asked for a cdc emergency response team, and the white house says one will be
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sent quickly. overseas where the u.s. has become more deeply involved in the battle against isis in libya. american forces launched two air strikes on the coastal city targeting isis tanks and vehicles. the military action comes amid growing fears europe that the isis stronghold in north africa could inspire more attacks. more u.s. air strikes are expected in the coming weeks. a long-time fbi employee admits to acting as an agent for china and sending its sensitive information about the u.s. the 46-year-old worked as an electronics technician at the fbi's new york office. the naturalized u.s. citizen had top-secret security clearance. under a plea deal, he's likely to get a prison sentence of about two years. in the race for the white house, hillary clinton is enjoying a healthy bounce in support following last week's convention in philadelphia.
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after the republican convention, trump had a three-point lead over clinton, 48-45. now just days after the democratic national convention, a reversal. clinton has opened up a nine-point lead, 52 to 43. trump is facing growing criticism over his war of words with the parents of a fallen american soldier. we have the latest. >> reporter: donald trump on the campaign trail. still hounded by these words. >> you have sacrificed nothing. and no one. [ cheers ] >> reporter: the muslim couple ghazala and khizr khan condemning donald trump and his proposed ban on some muslim immigration at the democratic national convention. invoking their son who was killed in action in iraq. trump's question by george stephanopoulos. >> what sacrifice have you made for your country? >> i think i've made a lot of sacrifices. i work very, very hard. i've created thousands and
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thousands of jobs, tens of thousands of jobs. built great structures. >> those are sacrifices? >> sure, i think they're sacrifices. >> reporter: that answer drawing more anger from military families who are now demanding an apology. mr. khan asked for empathy. >> you do not malign the whole religion and culture. we are the solution to the dealing with the terrorism. >> reporter: trump says he will not apologize. >> all i did is respond, and i will always respond. >> reporter: and trump insists -- >> i do honor their son. i honor all people that were killed as military or otherwise. >> reporter: but republican senator and vietnam p.o.w., john mccain, said in a statement, "while our party has bestowed upon him the nomination, it is not accompanied by unfettered license to defame those who are the best among us."
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other gold-star families, as well as the head of the vfw, have all demanded donald trump change his tone, apologize to the khans, and other military families. >> thank you. now to a disturbing seen inside a kentucky courtroom. a female inmate appeared in court without pants. the woman said she was in the jail that way for days despite requests for clothing. the outraged judge was having none of it, calling the jail from the bench. >> am i in the twilight zone? what is happening? she has requested pants for three days and has been denied. she has no pants, and she's in court, and she's also been denied feminine hygiene products. what the hell is going on? >> a spokesman for the jail defended the situation saying the woman was wearing shorts under a long shirt. she was eventually released from jail for time served and was fined $100. the president of the olympic committee is defended the water quality following the results of a study by the a.p.
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that study concluded the water is just as filthy as ever. contaminated with raw human sewage, teeming with dangerous viruses, and bacteria. it may be midsummer, but that doesn't mean that some big bears aren't starting to pack on the pounds ahead of hibernation season. this big bear in new mexico probably had a meal on his mind when he climbed onto this garbage truck. >> the driver was patient. he even thought of a good way to get the bear off his truck. >> he just backed it right up against the tree and let the bear climb off. time to start looking for a new place to get some food, bear. >> the only thing that scares me more than bears, cows. >> what? >> cows kill a lot of people. >> explain. >> cows kill a lot of people. >> okay. coming up later in "the mix," we have more bear action for you. this time the bear actually breaks in and chases a poor man around in his own home.
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have they no sense of decency? and later, find out what it's like for a couple of college kids putting a new spin on love at first sight. how they and the rest of the student body used social media to finally find each other. also, you can check out our dance moves on instagram. you're watching "world news now." (male #1) it's a little something i've done every night since i was a kid, empty my pocket change into this old jar. it's never much, just what's left after i break a dollar. and i never thought i could get quality life insurance with my spare change. neither did i. until i saw a commercial for the colonial penn program. imagine people our age getting life insurance at such an affordable rate. it's true. if you're 50 to 85, you can get guaranteed acceptance life insurance through the colonial penn program for less than 35 cents a day,
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time lapsed video showing a growing wildfire in hamilton, montana. it's already destroyed at least 14 homes and scorched nearly 4,000 acres. residents in about 500 homes have evacuated or been told to be ready to leave. strong, dry winds are expected to push the flames today. and a kentucky man banned from flying as he awaits trial for attacking a flight attendant. a video shows the pilot taking the man to the floor saying, "you don't put your hands on my flight attendant." michael kerr faces a long list of charges including assault and being drunk and disruptive. an association representing flight attendants says it's concerned about the rising number of assaults. new details about the pilot behind the deadliest hot air balloon accident in u.s. history. >> that pilot along with all 15 of his passengers were killed when the balloon went up in flames south of austin, texas.
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we have the latest. >> reporter: the hot air balloon basket engulfed in flames falling to the ground with 16 on board was removed from the scene as investigators learned the top vent was open to release air and the pilot had signaled he was landing. is it your sense he was trying to land and hit the power lines? >> the vent being open would be consistent with the pilot attempting to land. >> reporter: as photos posted by passengers show, there were clouds and fog saturday morning. when there was an explosion, the 9-1-1 calls came within minutes. >> the whole thing is in flames. >> reporter: court records show the pilot, skip nichols, was convicted of drunk driving four times in missouri. the last one nine years ago. a former girlfriend says he was a recovering alcoholic, sober for many years. and now the pictures, selfies
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before and during the flight, by a new mother of an 11 month old who was flying with her mother, and this couple, newlyweds, the trip, a gift for the husband. the pilot spent time in prison twice for the drunk driving convictions. balloon pilots are supposed to self-report convictions. abc news, maxwell, texas. coming up in our next half hour, the major pest control settlement reached between terminix and a family poisoned during their vacation left fighting for their lives. the response from the head of the company. first, that age-old quest for love going digital. the new dating app that combines the best of kinder with snapchat. does it work? nick is going to tell us. you're an expert. you're watching "world news now." "world news now" continues after this. "world news now" continues after this.
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♪ when we first logged onto the internet with our dialup modems and started checking out chat rooms, digital love was born. >> despite the plethora of matchmaking apps, looking for love is still rife with land mines until maybe now. >> jordan, i love you.
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so much. >> are we chatting at the end of this? >> yes. >> jojo and jordan, or in the flesh as we used to or the new still evolving normal online? >> you got a wedding with that video? >> i like to dance. that's one of my specialties. >> claire and kevin might never have met. >> the funniest thing about your profile was seeing you pop the bottle. it brings out a fun personality. >> reporter: they might never have met had it not been for the latest dating app. a selfie and blurb, a patchwork of videos showing your life, not just you. >> a story is a comp administration of video and photos stitched together. we think it creates a much more intimate dating experience than selfies can alone. >> reporter: the new kid, will this be the app that cracks the code, becomes the uber of online loving? it's inspired by social media apps, not designed for matchmaking but increasingly used by the young and lovely to hook up.
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>> you're actually watching people in realtime to see their lifestyle. it's not just these very staged, perfectly lit photos of them that they have on an online dating profile. this is who they actually are. videos of them doing things that they like to do in their real life. >> reporter: perhaps every singleton should wear a point of view camera and another selfie stick, 24/7, live stream it so we can see everything before committing the a date. laurel haas coaches guys like shariff to participate in this sophisticated and evolving online dating arena. >> you got to hear their voice. you can see how they move and what they look like in their real day to day. >> i would love to see them in the flesh how they are. >> reporter: is he getting the hang of this?
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>> it probably wouldn't be a good idea to send a picture of a girl with me? >> unless it's your sister. >> reporter: are you at heart more of a tinder guy? >> tinder, you go there to -- it's pretty much a have sex site, i would say. >> reporter: meanwhile on that rug in san francisco with claire and kevin, a fairytale, as well? >> what is your preferred -- >> reporter: she like his golf video. golf. seriously? >> i could help you on your back swing a little bit, but -- i think you did a good job. >> that personality, i saw it in the app. and it was exactly what it was in the app. it was perfect. >> reporter: is it working too well? i mean, every dating app needs repeat customers to survive. right? >> i mean, i'm not going to be dating app much longer because this is going so well, but -- >> smooth talker. >> what can i say? >> cheers to that. good luck.
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i met my wife the old fashioned way at work, like many of us do. it often strikes me, if there is the one, isn't it a coincidence she happens to work in the same place i do? i think online is the way forward. you broaden your pool. maybe relationships will last longer? >> if you do it all over again, how would you do it? would you be more of a tinder guy like you asked that poor guy? >> i'm not going to do it all over again. >> tinder followed with lively? >> i like this one. what somebody looks like, i mean, i'm sounding so kind of new age and lovely, but what somebody looks like doesn't matter, it's what's inside. >> tinder is a little basic. you look and, i don't know. i haven't used it, no. i'm a married woman, but it's like you're doing it based on a picture. >> yeah. >> that could lead to a lot of time wasted. >> but people who i have spoken to who use it say it's a one-night thing. lively, maybe is the longer thing.
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all right. ♪ all right. it is time for "the mix." we start with a major holiday. a food holiday. my favorite kind. isn't every holiday about food? this is national ice cream sandwich day. >> this is a major holiday? >> i'm calling it a major holiday. >> yeah. >> that means i get more than you, i think. >> we have enough for everybody here, but my favorites are those dollar ones from the vending machine in the office. >> you probably like the mr. softie truck, too. i'm in gourmet. if it costs more money, then i like it better. >> what is that? >> there's enough for everybody. can i have one? >> hey! >> there's no time for you yet. >> i was told to come invite myself. >> come on. don't do that. dude! i'm having one!
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i'm going to stand right here and eat it. >> the "bachelorette" analyst thinks he can barge onset. >> i'm thinking you're going to fight me for this. it's the most traditional. >> i like the look of that one, red velvet. look at that. >> that one looks kind of good. chocolate. >> this is delicious. >> we should touch them all that way -- >> that one, that one, and that one. >> i touched that one and that one. >> and i didn't wash my hands. >> gross. >> anyway, we're going to get to these in a moment. we have another story for you here. a bear, okay, go for it. >> so this guy came back to his house, and the bear was in his house, and then the bear chased him up the stairs of his house. >> his roommate left the door open and the bear waltzed in. >> this is in california. apparently this is not uncommon.
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this actually happens. >> bears get into homes. >> check out this video. >> he runs up the stairs. >> the wears run after him. and it's all caught on camera. he locked himself in the room for apparently an hour. >> going back to the whole bear thing, we think of bears as frightening. cows, as i mentioned before, donkeys kill 300 people a year. >> that blew me away. i had no idea. there's a weird man on twitter who calls me the bear correspondent of abc news because i've covered a few bear attacks in my day. >> that's a good handle. so we now want to tell you about a study, okay, that finds -- a new study that finds that men are often their favorite experts on any given subject. why this is news -- it doesn't surprise me at all. apparently they looked at a lot of academic papers, and male academics cite themselves to back up --
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they cite themselves.
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this morning on "world news now," fighting back. this morning on "world news now," fighting back. donald trump feeling the pressure of a new poll showing hillary clinton ahead in the race, and overnight calling clinton the devil. see how trump's running mate handled a military mom and a hostile crowd. the travel warning for all americans. unlike any the cdc has ever made before. we'll have the latest from the current hot spots in florida. and new this half hour, the efforts to stop some from playing pokemon go. >> the governor of new york calling it to ban sex offenders from playing the wildly popular app. the new report showing the
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potential danger at many of the game's places to gather. and the wait is over. decision day after an emotional roller coaster. jojo finally made her final pick between jordan and robby. which man won her heart? our senior "bachelorette" analyst has the complete story in "the skinny." it's tuesday, august 2nd. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> it was jordan, nick. sorry. good morning. i'm linzie janis in for diane macedo. >> i'm nick watt in for kendis gibson. we begin with donald trump refusing to back down despite condemnation over his ongoing feud with a grieving gold-star family. >> during a campaign stop in nevada, running mate mike pence was forced to defend trump's remarks about the khan family.
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he was confronted by a woman whose son is currently serving. the crowd immediately turned on the mom. >> time and time again trump has disrespected our armed forces and veterans and the disrespect for mr. khan and his family is just an example -- [ booing ] >> do you have a son in the military? how do you tolerate this disrespect? >> well, i thank you for the question -- [ all talking at once ] >> it's all right. it's all right. >> don't politicize the military. >> folks, that's what freedom looks like and that's what freedom sounds like. [ applause ] pence said he has never spent time with someone more devoted to the armed forces and military families than trump. meanwhile, trump took a hit in a new cnn poll that showed hillary clinton with a nine-point lead after the democratic national convention, and he has a new name for clinton on the campaign
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trail, outright calling her the devil. tom llamas has more on the controversy that trump can't seem to shake. >> reporter: within hours of the polls showing hillary clinton with a solid lead, donald trump now declaring this -- >> i'm afraid the election is going to be rigged. i have to be honest. >> reporter: it comes after he's under fire for attacking the parents of an american soldier killed in iraq. >> if you look at his wife, she had nothing to say. she probably -- maybe she wasn't allowed to have anything to say. you tell me. plenty of people have written that. >> reporter: the khan family outraged. >> he is a black soul, and this is totally unfit for the leadership of this beautiful country. >> reporter: mrs. khan in an op-ed in the "washington post" explaining why she didn't speak. "walking on to the convention stage with a huge picture of my son behind me, i could hardly control myself. what mother could?" and mrs. khan breaking down when
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talking about the last conversation she had with her son. >> he said, "mom, i have a responsibility for my soldiers. i love my soldiers. so i will be -- i will take care of them." >> reporter: but trump won't let it go. >> horrible things were said about me. i think it was, frankly, very tough. all i did was respond. i will always respond. >> reporter: now his fellow republicans are denouncing him including war hero, senator john mccain. in a blistering statement, mccain saying, "while our party has bestowed upon him the nomination, it's not accompanied with unfettered license to defame those who are the best among us." and warren buffett saying this -- >> i asked donald trump, have you no sense of decency, sir? [ cheers ] >> reporter: and to veterans of foreign wars, the vfw coming out strong against trump saying to
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ridicule a gold-star mother is out of bounds. the vfw saying they won't tolerate anyone berating a gold-star family member for exercising his or her right of speech and expression. tom llamas, pennsylvania. >> our thanks to tom. now to the health alert from south florida. there are now 14 cases of the zika virus all in a specific miami neighborhood. the cdc says pregnant women and all men and women considering having babies should stay away. the mosquito that carries zika has to be attacked on the ground where it breeds. abc's dr. richard besser says this outbreak is only going to get worse. >> this is a mosquito that's found over 30 states. we're going to see this cropping up in other places. the move the cdc is taking is unprecedented. at no time in recent history have they told a group of people not to travel somewhere in america for health reasons. you have to rely on people using
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repellant, getting rid of free standing water to control this disease. it's much harder. dr. richard wes -- richard besser, abc news, miami. >> our thanks to dr. besser. today miami is increasing the number of workers spraying the breeding grounds from 12 to 32. in chicago, the family of an unarmed teenager fatally shot in the back by police officers is filing a lawsuit. >> paul o'neil was shot as he got out was what was believed to be a stolen car. a body camera worn by the officer did not capture the shooting for reasons unclear. the shooting is under investigation. july was a particularly violent month in the windy city. according to new stats, there were 65 homicides and more than 360 shooting incidents. the total number of homicides in chicago for the year so far is almost 400 compared with 490 for all of 2015. pokemon go is a no go for
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sex offenders in new york state. the governor wants to prevent the nearly 3,000 registered sex offenders now on parol from playing the mobile game. the app sends players on a real-world hunt to catch digital characters. the state will give the developer a list of registered second offenders so they prevent them from downloading the app. to sports. it's safe to say that the usa men's basketball team is ready to go for the gold in rio. they finished up their pre-olympic exhibition schedule last night by blowing out nigeria. >> team usa went on a 30-6 run in the first half. the rest of the game was pretty academic. final score, usa 110, nigeria 66. the americans head to the olympics as heavy favorites for the gold medal. their first game is saturday against china. >> and this isn't part of the summer olympics. it's pretty cool anyway. a hockey trick shot competition
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in russia. this guy goes extreme. >> we've never seen that on the ice before. hockey turning into something of a javelin toss. the question, though -- how does the puck stay on the blade all the way to the net? nick, you don't know anything about that, do you? >> russian. he's not doping, is he? that wouldn't have anything to do with his hockey stick? >> no. >> i'm not maligning this guy. that was awesome. well done. >> pretty cool. coming up, a major pest control lawsuit has been settled for nearly $90 million. what we're now finding out about the family that was poisoned by illegal spraying at their vacation condo in the caribbean. and the dramatic climax that's concluded a rocky season of the "bachelorette." jojo made her pick. our analyst will break it all down in the skinny. first, here's a look at today's forecast.
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to get a better record deal. a major lawsuit settled between a pest control company and a family from delaware still suffering from effects of being poisoned by its illegal spraying. >> terminix agreed to pay $87 million for using a chemical last year inside their caribbean vacation home that's been banned for indoors use since 1984. adrienne bankert has the latest. >> reporter: the family agreeing to terms of the multimillion dollar settlement after being poisoned by a toxic chemical during a caribbean vacation in 2015. >> they're one of those families that everyone likes to be around. it's horrible. >> reporter: the family of four fell ill at this luxury resort after the condo below them was fumigated with a colorless, odorless gas. steve edmonds and his two sons suffering seizures and severe neurological damage. >> it damages the lungs such
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that they bleed internally. >> reporter: while the chemical is not supposed to be used indoors, an epa investigation found it was used indoor before. it was banned for residential use in the u.s. in 1984. >> this substance was banned in the virgin islands, as well. but they still used the product. >> reporter: the company saying the incident was tragic, and we deeply regret what happened. if a judge approves the settlement, possible criminal charges would not be pursued. however, the resort could still face some legal action. adrienne bankert, abc news, new york. when we come back, the man who won the heart of jojo but not before a whole lot of drama on the season finale of "the bachelorette." i bet you cannot wait. >> can't wait:also, the eye-popping dating show from across the pond, "the skinny" is next. "world news now" continues after this.
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♪ ♪ ♪ "skinny" time, and we start with last night's dramatic, emotional conclusion of abc's "the bachelorette." >> jojo had a decision to make. would it be robby, or would it
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be jordan? let's get some answers with the help of our senior bachelorette analyst. jack. >> we made it. that's about all i can say. >> i loved it! i am glad. >> the long national nightmare is over. it is not wednesday, november 9th, the day after election day. we have wrapped up another season of "the bachelorette." let's roll that beautiful "bachelorette" footage. we're in thailand. this is jordan meeting jojo's family. there was no chugging of champagne or anything like that like we've seen with jojo's family in previous seasons. all went well. jordan forgot a small point of order. >> an important one. >> an important one, you might say. he forgot to ask jojo's dad for permission for her hand. >> it was the same day he met him. >> you're supposed to do that? >> you are. >> she made it clear she expected him and he said he would, and he didn't.
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>> oops as they say. >> oops. >> okay. moving on. roby -- robby meets with jojo's family. the brothers are unfortunately behaving themselves as they had not in previous seasons. nonetheless, robby says all the right things. he's hitting all the right notes. he's talking to mom. he's talking to dad. robby even asks permission to propose to jojo, and he gets permission. >> they love robby. robby is a parent's dream. >> absolutely. you're thinking at this point robby is looking a-okay, folks. well, then robby arrives at the beach. things were not looking a-okay at the beach. >> she let him talk for a while. >> that's the best part of the show, i love that -- >> he told her how much he loved her. she requires all of them to tell them how much they love her, but she doesn't say it
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back. >> she slammed the brakes on this whole things. obviously robby was emotional. there was confusion. i mean, at this point i was feeling bad for the guy. >> he was shocked. he said, it's not your fault. he said, just don't settle. so why did she pick jordan? what's your theory, jack? analyst? i've got one. >> my theory is basically -- it comes for jordan that it came straight out of jojo's mouth. she said, "i'm crazy in love with jordan." >> it's the first time she said to his face that she loved him. >> that's true, that's true. >> i want to know what happened off cameras. i think there were words. i was impressed by the ring that jordan chose. much classier than the ring that robby chose. the one robby chose was a little gari garish. my theory is not about the ring. my theory is that jordan is exciting. he doesn't know where he wants
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to live. he wants to be a sportscaster or something. he's exciting. he also offers a celebrity factor. robby was asked what he thought -- what life would be like, and he described a comfy sofa and meat loaf, at which point all the girls i was watching with went that's not exciting. >> or pizza, all of that. on "after the final rose," anybody who survived to "after the final rose," heard that jojo and jordan are moving to dallas together. they also expect to be married next year. and unfortunately, there's great disappointment on the internet for this. there was no announcement about who the next "bachelor" is. >> is it going to be luke, robby, chase? >> we'll find out. we'll keep watching. that's the point. >> keep watching. >> he doesn't care. >> i do care. >> at this point, analyst out. >> peace out. next, if you think the skin the show they on "the bachelorette" and "the bachelor" is pushing the
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limits, wait until you see what they're doing across the pond. >> nick spent the last two weeks watching britain's channel 4, a new dating show that lets potential mates see each other naked. jojo got to see hers naked first as well. from the waist down before they meet in person, or even see their faces. >> many ewers say they were shocked at the nudity. they were describing it as gratuitous even by britain's standards. and yet, many of the show's harshest critics admitted to watching the entire hour, including me. >> so what do you have to say for yourself? >> i think it's great. it's warts and all. these aren't models. these are regular people. there's a guy with a prosthetic limb. there's a guy with a tattoo of an elephant around his bits and pieces. these aren't models. i've got to say, i love the show. >> you get the see the bits before you get to see their face? >> yeah, and you can be rejected from the show purely on the appearance of what's down below. >> this is taking superficial to a whole new level. >> yes, it has. yes, it has.
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yes, it has. >> all right. coming up, for many women they're far from perfect for walking on land. >> but they look awesome. the search for killer heels that won't kill your feet. the search for killer heels that won't kill your feet.
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a little touch is all it takes. k-y touch. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ okay. depending on what you're wearing on your feet, walking this way is often easier said than done. >> literally for centuries women very forced to choose style over comfort and often pain when it comes to footwear. now we are on the right lines, the front lines of a high heel revolution. >> reporter: shoe shopping has changed. more wedges and flats, but that doesn't mean the stiletto is dead. >> to me, high fashion women
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shoes is abusive. and women are realizing it saying i don't want to hurt. >> reporter: shoemakers like dr. olaf are creating new lines with modern design and technology. one trick to make heels more comfortable, reduce the angle. >> in a traditional heel, all of the weight of the body is on the ball of the foot. in my heels, the weight is evenly distributed throughout the foot. >> reporter: to feel the difference, i devised a comparison. i have a standard four-inch heel on my right, and one of dr. olaf's on my left. i'm to do one lap around the track and see if there's any difference in the way my feet feel after. the conventional four-inch heel didn't make a half a lap. these olaf platforms were way more comfortable. and good news in the three-inch shoe, as well. and so-called comfort shoes are more fashionable. this is a cult favorite. from easy spirit and rock port,
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these pairs are nice with so much padding. in fact, i was so impressed that i took these comfort heels from naturalizer and got extreme. a quarter mile running in three-inch heels and business attire. it was a little confusing for other runners, but the results astonishing. that's kind of incredible. my feet do not hurt. wow. that said, i want my running shoes next time i hit the track. >> i don't think they're very hot. do you? >> i don't care. becky running in business attire is awesome. >> we need to make heels for -- more comfortable. they stink. >> i have worn them once. agree. >> i think we have footage of that. >> my goodness. yes. >> are those your feet? >> it was for a story. it was for work, and it was an empathy thing. all right? anyway. enough of that. let's come on. come can on. >> couldn't you have chose an
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