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>> here she is doing a little sunbathing. >> you look really hot down there. >> she's pouring water on her. >> she's good! she's mean. >> that is wrong. >> she looks hot. >> that's probably why this video was put out. >> now this -- this one is funny. you better not do it to me, but it's funny. >> i don't even know what it is. but don't do it to me either. >> help me! help me! please! please! >> no, that's a slippery floor prank. >> that's not good. i already broke my hip once. >> okay. >> you know, i hate to do this -- these look so set up to me, i'm sorry. >> yeah, but here's another example of outsmarting dudes as usual. because it's two really cute
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chicking pra inins pranking eac. it's already had thousands and thousands of hits. case in point. >> here we are in the car. >> my doll! >> had enough? turn around. >> so do you want to try that prank, oli? >> i don't want to go to jail. >> or a divorce. that's a look at today's top viral videos. rightthisminute.com has a ton more. or we'll see you on the next "rtm. " ♪ strummed guitar you can't experience the canadian rockies through a screen. you have to be here, with us. there's only one way to travel through this natural wonder
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hey, mary. >> hmm? >> could i ask you a personal question? >> yeah. >> who's that man sleeping on your couch? >> mr. grant. >> oh, mr. grant. who's mr. grant? hey, mary. >> hmm? >> could i ask you a personal question? >> yeah. >> who's that man sleeping on your couch? >> mr. grant. >> oh, mr. grant. who's mr. grant? >> my boss. >> what kind of work did you say you do? >> mr. grant, mr. grant? i can't wake him. >> here, let me try. mr. grant, mr. grant. mr. grant?
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>> that was a classic mary tyler moore moment from december of 1974 as we remember one of the most influential women in television. >> she really did help define >> she really did help define an entire generation of women. i'm sure a lot of people are in this business because of mary tyler moore. she passed away at a hospital in santa fe overnight after contracting pneumonia. she was 80 years old and countless celebrities are now leading an outpouring of sympathy. >> ed asner tweeted "a great lady. i loved and owe so much to has left us. i will miss her. i will never be able to repay her for the blessings she gave me." >> dick van dyke shared a link to a dance number they did on the dick van dyke show" saying simply, there are no words. she was the best. >> oprah winfrey shared this recent photo saying i want to cry. i still can't believe mary tyler moore touched my face. i will love her forever. >> touched her face four times.
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oprah was a big, big fan of mary. >> reenacted the hat toss scene. viola davis tweeted thanks for the first real image of a woman being independent, funny and vulnerable. >> she did all three so well. and the man that wrote and performed that theme song we all know and love, he tells the "new york post" he's just crushed over this news. >> when it came to mary, you know, the words of the song, the words of that team song, she could turn the world on with a smile, many say that she did. here's abc's david muir. >> reporter: it's been named one of the greatest moments in television history. that last shot in the opening sequence of the mary tyler more show." >> you weren't worried people would expect to see turning the world on with her mile? >> well, you know, i don't mind turning the world on with her smile because at least a smile is the evidence of what's inside. ♪ make it after all
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>> reporter: it turns out that knit cap was a gift from a member of her family, her aunt to prepare for the freezing minneapolis weather. that opening scene celebrated and parodied by so many programs over the years, the "simpsons," even oprah. but no one could do it like mary tyler moore who once said that one simple gesture said everything about her character's spontaneity and joy. what does mary tyler moore know now that she didn't know when she was in her 20s? >> that it's okay. whatever it is, it's okay because it's what it is. don't be looking for perfection. don't be short tempered with yourself and you'll be a whole lot nicer to be around with everyone else. >> you have a hat. this is our version. all the way over there. >> did i get it? >> not quite.
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♪ skinny, so skinny time now for "the skinny," starting with the surprise of a lifetime for a young musician in southern california. >> talking about grayson earhart who was performing stevie wonder's classic "superstition" in a hotel lobby whether he-time grammy award winner just happened to walk by and then this moment. ♪ very superstitious
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♪ 13-month-old baby ♪ seven years of bad luck good things in your past ♪ >> so after this rousing performance where stevie wonder completely surprised this guy, stevie wonder then declared i think we're a good team. >> oh, my god. >> i don't think it gets more awesome than that. clearly earhart agreed. he later said, "life made." do you know, by the way. >> can you imagine? >> as a former wedding singer how many times i sang stevie wonder songs? he never showed up to sing with me. >> once a wedding singer, always a wedding singer. don't cut yourself short. >> as a wedding singer, i sung stevie wonder hundreds of times. he never showed up. >> can you imagine if he did in. >> stevie, call me. >> imagine if he shows up at your next wedding. next to a pint-sized
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surprise, as well. the basketball court. >> so we're all familiar with the past and the ticks of steph curry's young daughter riley. who can forget the time she will tries to psych out the reporters during dad's news conference or the time she ended up singing drake lyrics. >> while her father was being honored at his high school in charlotte, north carolina, she got into a daboff sparked by one of the students. it's hard to tell you about when they zoom in, you kind of see her. riley wasted no time getting into the action. just looks like she was the only one doing it. she ended up winning the dab off. >> as usual. final one of the most unusual match-ups, the terminator comes face to face with his holiness. >> weird things. arnold schwarzenegger greeted pope francis. the two had a brief exchange and schwarzenegger showed the pope
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some cough medicines only last 4 hours. but just one mucinex lasts 12 hours. let's end this. ♪ ♪ it takes every kind of people to make what life's about, yeah ♪ >> nice groove. we'r ♪ takes every kind of people to make what life's about, yeah ♪ >> nice groove. they're two of the world's newest social media stars and only 9 months old. >> the little girls are turning heads because of a physical trait. they are biracial twins and have completely different complexions and their story is inspiring a growing number of fans. here's abc's paula ferris us. >> 9-month-old kalani and just five minutes younger her fraternal twin jerani with brown skin and brown eyes. >> i always have them dressed the same because if i don't, people don't believe they are twins. >> kalani looks more like mom and jerani more like dad. >> never in a million years what
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i imagine having a lighter complected daughters with blue eyes. >> reporter: one mom, one dad and twin colors with different skin color who's shared the same womb all live in illinois with big half-brother tailen. >> this is a pretty rare occurrence to have two twins that look very different. but it certainly can happen with biracial couples and it's really just a matter of chance. >> reporter: the babies are now social media stars. their story shared thousands of times online. >> it's amazing feeling like it's one of those feelings you can't describe. >> reporter: how are twins born with such different complexions? skin color is determined by multiple genes. two different eggs fertilized by two different sperm and the outcome depends on the genes that are expressed.
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>> by virtue of chance, one twin can inherit more dna from a specific parent in contrast to its cotwin and that dna can code or translate for things like skin color and eye color and can then result in very different physical attributes. >> reporter: and they may not always look so different as they grow up. skin tone can change over time but for now, mom and dad say their two babies also have personalities. >> kalani, she has more of a personality like her mother. jay is more set back and kind of like me laid back. >> they are so different in their personality. >> reporter: paula ferris, abc news, new york. >> can you imagine like the dad's initial reaction? are we going to have to go on maury? >> i love the idea of them being older and watch this, hey, that's my twin sister. >> see the reaction. >> mom says they're the same where it's important this is abc's "world news now," informing insomniacs for two
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good morning. i'm diane macedo. >> i'm kendis gibson. "world news now" this thursday morning, president trump expected to make more dramatic good morning. i'm diane macedo. >> i'm kendis gibson. "world news now" this thursday morning, president trump expected to make more dramatic immigration changes after signing an executive order to get started on that mexican border wall. he also talked about torture, voter fraud and much more, an abc news exclusive coming up. six people injured including a 12-year-old girl after a shooting last night in chicago. witnesses say the gunfire happened at a memorial for another victim of violence and he had claimed this was all in retaliation for another shooting. after coming close for several weeks now, the dow opens this morning above 20,000 for the first time, that achievement fueled strongly by strong earnings reports and investors are growing optimism about the growing economy. >> tributes to mary tyler moore. friends, colleagues and friends
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remembering the actress as a pioneering inspiration. a look back at her life and legacy in a few minutes. those are just some of our top stories on this thursday, january 26th. >> from abs news, this is "world news now." >> we say good morning to you. we're excited for this half hour because we have an exciting new version of lifestyles of the rich and ren dis. rich and ren dis. >> and there guy. >> but it's with like a genuine rich person. that dude, the guy on the left. >> he tried to talk to you? >> he thought i was rich. fredrik from bravo's "million dollar listing" joins us. we had so much fun. is he so cool. >> looking forward to seeing that one for sure. >> he's now blocked me from instagram. >> we're going to start off the half hour with protesters pushing back after president trump cleared the way to build a wall along the mexican boarderd.
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>> expected to sign additional executive orders restricting syrian refugees and people from certain muslim countries. pro efforts in washington unfurled a giant banner from a crane emblazoned with the word resist calling for resistance of the president's agenda. it was noticeable from the white house as you can tell. >> and after the president moved to cut funding to sanctuary cities, that's red, white, and blue lights covering boston's city hall. the mayor said the building will be used to shelter undocumented immigrants. david muir sat down with the president for his first interview since taking office. >> reporter: are you going to direct u.s. funds to pay for this wall? will american taxpayers pay for the wall? >> ultimately it will come out of what's happening with mexico. we're going to be starting those negotiations relatively soon. and we will be in a form reimbursed by mexico. >> so they'll pay us back. >> absolutely, 100%. >> when does construction begin? >> as soon as we can. as soon as we can physically do it. >> i want to ask about undocumented immigrants here in this country. right now they're protected as so-called dreamers. the children brought here as you
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know by their parents. should they be worried that they could be deported and is there anything you can say to assure them right now they'll be allowed to say? >> they shouldn't be worried. they are here illegally. they shouldn't be very worried. i do have a big heart. we're going to take care of everybody. we're going to have a very strong border, a very solid border. where you have great people here that have done a great job, they should be far less worried. we'll come out with policy on that over the next four weeks. >> will they be allowed to stay? >> i'm going to tell you over the next four weeks. >> i want to ask you about something you said here at the white house. you brought in leaders to the white house and spoke at length about the presidential election with them telling them that you lost the popular vote because of millions of illegal votes. 3 million to 5 million illegal votes. that would be the biggest electoral fraud in american history. where is the evidence of that? >> so let me tell you first of
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all, it was so misrepresented. that was supposed to be a confidential meeting and you weren't supposed to go out and talk to the press. but the democrats viewed not as a confidential matter. >> have you tweeted about the millions. >> sure, and i'm very -- and i mean it. but just so you know, it was supposed to be a confidential meeting. number two, the conversation lasted for about a minute. they made it somebody said it was like 25% of the -- it wasn't. it was hardly even discussed. i said it and i said it strongly. because what's going on with voter fraud is horrible. that's number one. number two, i would have won the popular vote if i was campaigning for the popular vote. i would have gone top california where i didn't go at all. i would have gone to new york where i didn't campaign at all. i would have gone to a couple of places that i didn't go to. and i would have won that much easier than winning the electoral college. but as you know, the electoral college is all that matters. it doesn't make any difference. with that being said, if you look at voter registration, you look at the dead people that are registered to vote who vote, you look at people that are
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registered in two states, you look at all of these different things that are happening with registration, you take a look at those registration, you're going to find and we're going to do an investigation on it. >> but 3 million to 5 million illegal votes. >> we're going to find out. it could be that much. >> when you say in your opinion millions of illegal votes, that is something that is extremely fundamental to our functioning democracy, a fair and free election. >> sure. >> you say you're going to launch an investigation into this. >> sure, done. >> what you have presented so far has been debunked. it's been called false. >> take a look at the pew reports. >> i called the author of the report last night. they found no evidence of voter fraud. >> why did he write the report. >> he said no evidence. >> then why did he write the report? even he's groveling again. i always talk about the reporters that grovel when they want to write something you want to hear but not necessarily millions of people want to hear or have to hear. >> the one more thing. he discussed the use of torture with david muir. trump says that techniques such as waterboarding absolutely do
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work. and he would consider reinstating them. but the president noted that he would ultimately follow the advice of defense secretary james mattis and cia director mike pompeo. abc news has learned that trump and the administration is drafting a memo that would drastically reduce the nation's role in the united nations as well as other global organizations. the draft memo calls for 40% decrease in funding for so-called wasteful and counterproductive spending. the order could reverse or roll back funding for international peacekeeping missions and agencies under the united nations umbrella. and the president heads to philadelphia today to address an annual retreat after republican lawmakers. >> british prime minister theresa may will also speak an the gathering. she's expected to say her country and the u.s. should lead the world together. abc's maryalice parks has more from philadelphia. good morning, mary. >> reporter: that's right, kendis and diane. here in philadelphia, lawmakers anxiously awaiting some guidance
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from president trump. they feel like they need to know what he wants to get done first. president trump busy signing orders about building his wall while congressional republicans huddling on health care and tax reform begging the question, are the two sides talking. lawmakers hoping for some clarity from the commander in chief when he arrives at their annual retreat. theresa may, the first head of state to visit the new trump white house on the docket to address lawmakers too. >> our allies have been marginalized over the last eight years. and that's going to change. >> trump's surprise win has been called america's brexit. like the uk's decision to leave the european unit, a vote towards a more nationalist agenda. mike pence will also be here because of all of his years in congress, he emerged as the easy go between. kendis, diane. >> thank you.
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this morning co-stars paying tribute to mary tyler moore. ed asner tweets speak we'll never be able to repay her for the blessings that she gave me." >> tireless advocate for curing juvenile diabetes. david wright takes a look back at her legacy. >> it wasn't just her comic timing that was impeccable. >> how old do i look? >> 30. >> the timing of mary tyler moore's career was impeccable too coinciding with a generation of young women entering a male dominated workforce as young mary richards, she showed how to do it without compromising yourself. >> you've been asking a lot of very personal questions that don't have a thing to do with my qualifications for this job. >> you know what? you've got spunk. >> well -- >> i hate spunk. [ laughter ]
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>> her character laura petri on "the dick van dyke show," she was a dancer by training. married young. a mother by age 18. her son richie died at 24 from an accidental self-inflicted wound. just weeks after the release of "ordinary people" in which moore plays a mother dealing with the tragic loss of a son. >> it's really important to try to hurt me, isn't it. >> don't you have that backwards. >> oh, and how do i hurt you by embarrassing you in front of a friend. >> that performance earned her an oscar nomination. for all her success, she had plenty of struggles as she told charlie rose. >> you're living with diabetes and you've had tragedy. but in the end after all is said and done, this has been a pretty good life. >> has been a wonderful life. absolutely terrific. >> reporter: with each glance and every little movement, she showed it. i'm david wright in new york. >> with a smile every bit of the
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way. >> uh-huh. coming up, doing battle in the bedroom as many couples go to extreme lengths to deal with their partner's snoring, the big question is could technology bring them relief? we'll check out some of the latest anti-snoring products on the market right now. one of the stars of bravo's million dollar listings is in new york joining kendis on his latest installment of lifestyles of the rich and kendis. what happened when these two titans, one of real estate and one of, something else, come together, we'll find out. >> but first, here's a look at today's temperatures. "world news now" weather brought to you by stamps.com. "world news now" weather brought to you by stamps.com. . you won't see these folks at the post office. they have businesses to run. they have passions to pursue. how do they avoid trips to the post office? stamps.com
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several car crashes along that stretch of road when that happened. the driver of the tractor-trailer lost control. the truck sliding and turning as you can see around completely. there were no reported i this is -- whoa. dashcam video from minnesota. that's not going to end well. >> oh. >> cops were responding to and a massive sinkhole. it knocked out a water main. utility officials say it could be days before they know what caused this. today is national australia day. to celebrate, we can say two americans will be in the australian open. it will be an all williams affair. venus williams was the first of the sisters to qualify becoming the oldest player to reach a women's major final. she's 36. it's in 23 years, the first to win it. >> then it was serena's turn. she blew out her opponent in just 350 minute50 minutes.
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saturday's final will be the ninth time the sisters have faced each other in a major final. serena has won six of those meetings so far. venus is like, well, just wait. >> venus is so pumped. so happy for her. and american airlines back here at home, ditching those seatback video screens on 130 new boeing 737s. they say 90% of the passengers bring their own devices on board nowadays which means american says they do a better job than the airline's individual screens do. >> what about all the random movies i don't think about watching till i go through the menu on the plane. >> no more. no mas. >> people just don't understand it's a rough life. coming up, what's towering 50 stories in the air and costs $20 million? >> yeah, i took a little field trip to find out how the other people live. and by other people, i mean the people down there. oh, man, then they talked me into dancing. our adventures with this bravo star coming up.
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♪ ♪ >> so bravo's fredrik eklund is used to selling homes for tens of millions of dollars. he knows a high roller when he sees one. >> yet, somehow he allowed me through the front door. >> hi, this is fredrik eklund from "million dollar listing" from new york. >> he's the fast talking quick selling. >> i'm going to get $5 million more. >> face or make that face of bravo's million dollar listing" and too, fredrik ecklund comes face to face with his biggest client yet, who can't make it so i'm here instead. >> hello, hi, i'm fredrik. are you ready to be blown away? >> oh.
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>> this top big apple realtor. >> i have no words. i was just starstruck. >> and the apartment is amazing. >> makes him one of the hottest new high-rise apartments on the market. >> you see all the way to sweden basically. >> you can see to your home country from here. >> yes. >> we are more than 507 stories above manhattan's flat iron district in a massive pad with wrap around unobstructed new york city views. >> the apartment is $20 million. it's a full floor, 4 bedroom, 4 1/2 bathrooms and views to literally die for. >> giving me the grand tour of this sky palace, just like he does for his big clients. >> when i first met ken, it's kendis. >> when i first met ken. >> dis. >> i thought he looked like he was dripping in money. >> from the kitchen with top of the line appliances, countertops and over and above views -- >> it is like a palace kitchen.
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you stand here, you're doing your dishes because you have multiple dish washers. why not? you're doing the dishes and you're looking out and like bam, look at that view. >> you can see 1 world trade center from the kitchen. >> reporter: to the study with views of a certain lady. >> you can see the statue of liberty. there's the party ready built-in surround sound stereo. to the best part. >> yeah. >> arguably where the magic happens. the master. and i'm talking the master, the master of the universe master. this way. this entire side of the building, north, east, south views. >> the sun kissed master bedroom suite attached to one of the most spectacular bathrooms in all of new york. oh, my god. >> look at that. >> this does feel like i'm at home. >> did i mention the place is party ready? check out the shower. >> so guys come on, let's try. the whole crew.
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i want to see everybody. so one, two, three. can we get the camera man in here, too. come on, come on. >> wow, this is insane. >> fits our crew of eight with plenty of room for many moore. beyond the apartment, the building comes with five floors of amenities. and with new york apartment prices soaring, it's pretty much a steal. >> why is this only $21 million. >> is it $21 million? >> do you think it could be $25 million. it's very easy to raise the price. >> i pick $20 million because i think it's going to sell. >> despite the bargain price, all this luxury, i could get used to this. way too much for my blood or bank account. >> do you take a layaway plan. >> what? i could do some champagne. >> it's really good meeting you. it was very nice. >> bye, love you. >> i really think he was going to kick me out. i mean, the wine glass was empty. >> you really nailed that negotiation. >> oh, my god.
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some cough medicines only last 4 hours. but just one mucinex lasts 12 hours. let's end this. ♪ i really want to read and see "hidden figures." can't decide which one to do first. >> go see it. i really want to read and see "hidden figures." can't decide which one to do first. >> go see it. you'll get it done quicker. >> reading a good book often a good way to fall asleep is. once you get to sleep, then all the noise begins. you're startled out of sound sleep by your partner who sounds like a chain saw. but apparently technology might be able to help with the senator -- snore wars. here's abc's becky worley. >> reporter: snores, sawing logs or the deep rumble. >> sometimes i'll be like hey,
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hey, you're. it's really loud. a constant roar. >> reporter: first up, identify the problem. >> for some couples this is about denial. i don't snore, guess what, there's an app for that. >> reporter: this is a new app called snore app and it records the most severe snoring events so you can play them back the next day. >> the sad thing is, that's me snoring. >> reporter: i'm not alone. just one of 90 million snoring americans. >> this is something we see with couples all the day every day. >> reporter: so for the sake of ones we love, we're taking a look at anti-snoring products on the market. >> this is snorer mouth gard. >> whoa, this thing is significant. >> it didn't alleviate it completely but it did lessen the volume of the senator. >> i still had to nudge him a few times in the side to get him to stop snoring. >> the company says you can widen the mouthpiece with the
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idea to increase the settings to reduce the snoring until it's reduced or completely eliminated. this is the slummer buffer. this prevents you from turning on to your back. >> if you have to roll over at night, it wakes you up. >> which is almost just as annoying as the snoring. >> that's the idea. the company site says this is meant to retrain to you sleep on your side. that's a process they say can take 30 to 60 days. >> reporter: next up, my snoring solution, chinstrap. >> it's very uncomfortable. >> i feel like i'm in traction or something, like i've been in a car accident. >> the visual on this product a lot to take in. >> that is not a sexy look. >> well, as elegant. >> it kind of looks like it would be a step up for us because as you know, for many of us. >> would you still be my friend if i wore that all the time. >> i would but i won't let you sit at my table in the high school cafeteria. >> that's the news for this half hour.
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new this morning, new this morning, on "world news now," mexico again refusing to pay for that border wall. >> just hours after president trump officially moved ahead on building the wall, the mexican dsan new this morning, on "w news now," mexico again refusing to pay for that border wall. >> just hours after president trump officially moved ahead on building the wall, the mexican president took to television to say, not so fast. hear what president trump told our david muir about who pay for the wall. plus, the growing protests over more issues than just that wall. we'll have details ahead. and what he told david about being inside the oval office and that letter that president obama left for him inside his desk. david takes us inside the white house in our abc news exclusive. then remembering entertainment legend from hollywood to broadway, we look back on the an cleavements of mary tyler moore and that special brand that really did turn the world on with her smile. and so many adorable animals so little time. it's a battle of baby animals taking over twitter feeds
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everywhere. the country's zoos trying to top each other with the furriest, silliest and most likely to melt your heart unless you're allergic. it's thursday, january 26th. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> do you have a panda allergy we should be aware of. >> i'm allergic to all of those things. there's been this battle, forget the east coast, west coast wrap battle. all the zoos tweetings their photos and the virginia putting out an apb for their animal that's missing. > it's the cutest twitter war ever. we start this half hour with swift reaction from mexico after president trump sign add order to start building the border wall. >> the mexican president emphatically declared they will not pay for any wall. sources say he's considering
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canceling a meeting with president trump that's set for next week. house speaker paul ryan acknowledged congress also initially foot the bill for the wall which could cost up to $14 billion. thousands of protesters gather inside new york last night to rally against the president's immigration crackdown. and they're speaking out against another executive order expected today aimed at restricting refugees and people from certain predominantly muslim countries. more from lana zak. >> reporter: on the same daypro tests are unfurled a banner with the word resist, mayors across the country are plaining to fight back against trump's immigration policy. >> i want to be clear. we're going to stay a sanctuary city. >> this city will not be bullied by this administration. >> this order does not change who we are or how we will go about doing our work. >> reporter: immigration on the top of the president's agenda at the department of homeland security. >> beginning today, the united states of america gets back control of its borders. >> reporter: president trump used his executive power to
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withhold federal funds for sanctuary cities and order the building of a wall telling abc's david muir he will still ask mexico for payment but the u.s. taxpayers will front the cost for the sake of expediency. he also says he's considering torture as a strategy to fight terror but will listen to his advisors. >> i ask them the question. does it work. does torture work and the answer was yes. absolutely. >> reporter: the message from fellow republicans, torture will not be allowed. >> with respect to torture, that's banned. >> reporter: and the unfounded issue of massive voter fraud is not going away. the president announced an investigation despite no evidence that millions vote the illegally. >> you have people that are reg were illegal who are in two states. have you people registered in two states. >> reporter: diane and kendis, the story has taken another turn. a florida official that i spoke with confirmed to me that steve
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bannon, the president's own advisor, was registered to vote in both new york and florida in this last election. it's a reminder that voting inaccuracies are not the same thing as voter fraud. kendis, diane. >> good reminder from lana zak in washington. president trump's youngest daughter also tiffany reportedly registered to vote in two states which often happens as she mentioned, when people move. >> but the president did not back down when abc's david muir asked him directly about those unsubstantiated claims of widespread voter fraud. >> when you say in your opinion, millions of illegal votes, that is something that is extremely fundamental to our functioning democracy, a fair and free election. >> sure. >> you say you're going to launch an investigation into this. >> sure, done. >> what have you presented so far has been debunked. it's been called false. >> take a look at the pew reports. >> i called the author of the report last night. he told me they found no evidence of voter fraud. >> why did he write the report. >> he said no evidence of voter fraud. >> excuse me. why did he write the report? he's groveling again.
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i always talk about the reporters that grovel when they want to write something you want to hear but not necessarily millions of people want to hear or have to hear. >> so you've launched an investigation. >> we're going to launch an investigation to find out and then the next time -- and i will say this. of those votes cast, none of them come to me. none of them come to me. they would all be for the other side. none of them come to me. but when you look at the people that are registered, dead, illegal, and two states and in some cases maybe three states, we have a lot to look into. >> we're going to have more from david's interview with the president later in the half hour. first the trump administration is clarifying what the president meant by saying sending the feds in to deal with the violence in chicago. white house press secretary sean spicer says president trump was referring to his desire to provide the resources of the federal government to the chicago's struggling law enforcement. there were no specifics about what form those resources might take. hundreds of protesters
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meanwhile were out overnight in the center city in philadelphia outside a hotel where congressional republicans are holding their annual retreat. those protests are expected to be much bigger today when president trump addresses that gathering. lawmakers say the top agenda items are repealing obamacare and reworking the tax code. british prime minister theresa may will also speak there today. that's a first for any foreign head of state. tributes are pouring in for mary tyler moore who has died at the age of 80. she's remembered for her pioneering on screen roles as well as her work on behalf of curing diabetes and protecting animal rights. it was her television character mary richards who showed young women who was possible in the male dominated workplace. abc's elizabeth hur looks back on her life and career. >> associate producer. can you believe that? >> mary tyler moore inspired single women everywhere to follow their dreams as memorable anyplace news producer mary richards on "the mary tyler
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moore show." >> you've got spunk. >> born in brooklyn, new york, an aspiring dancer, she starred in several commercials. then in the 1960s, carl reiner cast her as laura petri on the dick van dyke show." >> don't play innocent with me, rob. you found it and you opened, didn't you. >> reporter: her energy lit up the screen and a star was born. her success continued in the '70s with "the mary tyler moore show" where along with her sidekick rhoda moore showed single women could have all with seven emmy awards and three golden globes on the shelf, was also nominated for a best actress oscar for her role in the 1980s film, "ordinary people." in her memoir "after all," she acknowledged she was a recovering alcoholic and publicly discussed her struggle with diabetes spending many years raising money to fund medical research.
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after more than 50 years on television and in films, her memory continues to inspire. elizabeth hur, abc news, new york. >> and also ahead in this half hour, a mary tyler moore show reunion you've got to see. first the dow opens this morning above 20,000 for the very first time. that record fueled by strong earnings reports and optimism over president donald trump's pro business policies. the dow jumped 156 points and will open at 20,06. the s&p 500 and nasdaq joined in the party. the dow is closing in at all-time highs. a mumps outbreak in spokane, washington, has spread to about 90 people. health officials say at least 50 of those infected were vaccinated for mumps. hundreds of students who have not been vaccinated for the disease are now required to stay home. students are being urged to get their vaccinations as well. health officials expect the number of cases to spread in the coming days.
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and another business note for you, kraft heinz says instead of buying a super bowl ad, the company is giving all salaried employees off on the monday after the game. the company hopes that the move will drum up some more publicity than a commercial would. both are pricey. 30-second super bowl ads go for about $5 million. kraft heinz has more than 40,000 salaried employees and also started an online petition calling for the monday after the super bowl to be declared a national holiday. >> you think that would have happened if pittsburgh was in the super bowl? i mean, pennsylvania-based? what do you think, jack? >> i don't know. >> it would have a tough time. >> i think there were a lot of people that could get behind having a super bowl sunday be a national holiday. >> it should be. >> or have it on a saturday. >> you know everyone's going to be struggling. coming up, president trump as tour guide in chief. the president opens up to david muir in his first network television interview as president. what he has to say about being
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in the oval office so far. and david takes us behind the white house doors. >> and love is all around this morning for mary tyler moore. we'll look back at a recent mary tyler moore so cast reunion and the show's special brand of magic. >> you can check out our special brand of magic. is that what we call it. >> or something like that. >> something like that at instagram abcwnn. you're watching abc's "world news now." news now." supplement insurance plan. then i got a medicare [ male announcer ] if you're eligible for medicare, you may know it only covers about 80% of your part b medical expenses. the rest is up to you. call now and find out about an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company.
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we're back now with that abc news exclusive. president donald trump's first network interview one-on-one with david. >> they covered a range of issues but perhaps the most revealing part, actually came during the white house tour. >> so we're in the oval office. >> this is the oval office. this is truly one of the great spaces and i bring people in from general motors and from ford and the biggest people and i bring in the labor leaders and the people that are in the labor movement. and they walk into this room and they just want to take it in. they could stand here for an hour just taking it in. this was the letter given to me by president obama. >> we saw that image of him the final morning that he was here putting the letter on the desk. >> which was, i won't show it to you, read it to you, but a just a beautiful letter. >> that surprised you?
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>> well, i think nothing that surprised me but it was stated beautifully. but that i'm representing a lot of people. and i'm carrying on a very important tradition. and just do a great job. he wants me to do a great job. >> reporter: the president then takes us through the west wing to show us the photos they already have on the walls. >> these are some of the pictures that were taken. this is the swearing in. and the first dance was melania. >> i do want to ask you about this photo right here. i saw this moment on inauguration day. i saw you put your hand on president obama's back there. what did you say to him? i saw you smiling. >> there is a warmth. if you see that picture, there is a warmth there, but that was an incredibly beautiful moment. >> reporter: just before we leave, the president tells us, he wants to show us just one more image. >> one thing this shows is how far over they go here. look how far this is. this goes all the way down here all the way down. nobody sees that. you don't see that in the
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pictures. but when you look at this tremendous sea of love, i call it a sea of love, it's really something special that all these people traveled here from all parts of the country, maybe the world, but all parts of the country hard for them to get here. many of these people were the forgotten men and women. many of them. and they loved what i had to say. more importantly, they're going to love the result. >> mr. president. >> thank you very much. thank you, david. >> thank you. >> very glad to see the president has given up that whole argument over the size of the crowd on that day. >> i wonder. >> the sea of love. >> i wonder how tempted david was to sneak a peek at the letter, you're not going to tell us what it says? let me take a quick look. >> i'm quite sure he wanted to take a look. >> coming up, remembering an entertainment legend. >> more mary tyler moore. easy booger man. take mucinex dm. it'll take care of your cough.
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with their smiles. >> you've got spunk. >> their apartment battles. >> this is my apartment. >> their vibrating beds. long before carrie and the gang, before hbo's "girls" there were those other girls, mary, rhoda, phyllis, sue ann, and georgette, the female leads of the mary tyler moore show". yesterday, the fierce five played by mary tyler moore, valerie harper, cloris leachman, betty white and georgia engel were together again to film an episode of "hot in cleveland" and to reminisce. >> when you think back on the showing that really started all of this, why do you all think it resonated so much? >> it so reflected life, katie. it reflected women. >> and then mary, that ever popular question, how come a girl like you isn't married. >> how come you're still single. >> tell me why you think people were so attractive first of all to rhoda? >> because they recognized themself.
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>> eat something. >> i can't. i got to lose ten pounds by 8:30. >> a friend of mine once said, mary is who you wish you were. rhoda is who you probably are. and phyllis is who you're afraid you'll become. >> i thought that was -- >> we try to be very truthful in our family. you're not her aunt. >> what about sue ann nivens? what was it about her, betty? >> she was the neighborhood nymphomaniac. >> they don't make men like this anymore. >> they don't make dip like this anymore. >> georgia, what about georgette. >> she was the slowest one of the group but they had fun -- sometimes having the wisest thing come out of georgette's mouth. >> surprise. >> it's not a surprise party. she expected it. >> oh, expected. >> this may be the last time the five will be together but the
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mood of the reunion wasn't sad. it was a celebration of old friends and a shared past that made tv history. >> as we sit around on the set, running lines, and it's just you know, makes me think what a lucky woman you are. how fabulous to be working with the people who are your very good friends. >> it's true. >> no, it's true. >> you become even more than family. you become because it's something that you can't explain to anybody. it's just there. >> and i look around at these girls and i just. >> me, too. >> my heart fills up with so much happiness. >> happiness and love and celebration and what life really is. ♪ you might just make it after all ♪ >> if you watch the show now, it's still hilarious. that's the best part of it all. a fun fact for you. >> what is it. >> so on the show mary tyler or mary richards ends up moving because they were getting so
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many tourists to the old appeared she lived in, she had to move. >> she had to move. >> so nice seeing those ladies together though. to move. >> she had to move. >> so nice seeing those ladies together though. mthat stuff only lasts a few hours. or, take mucinex. one pill fights congestion for 12 hours. guess i won't be seeing you for a while. why take medicines that only last 4 hours, when just one mucinex lasts 12 hours? let's end this.
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some cough medicines only last 4 hours. but just one mucinex lasts 12 hours. let's end this. you're tuesday -- or your thursday mix. we're going to start with -- >> don't set us back? let's keep it thursday. >> we're going to talk about super bowl sunday. apparently a lot of people are probably expected to indulge and indulge a lot. tostitos has kind of come out with an interesting sort of branding, marketing scheme and also something to help save lives at the same time. so their new bags will be specially equipped with a sensor. say you overindulge at jack's party there on super bowl sunday. there are sensors that can detect any trace of alcohol in a person's breath if no alcohol is found, the bag touches green as in go ahead and go home. if it is found it, turns red.
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and as part of all of this coming together, you can also call and get an uber cab from there as a part of it and get a $10 discount. it's all in partnership with madd, mothers against drunk driving, tostitos and uber. >> that's a lot of technology in a chip bag. >> interesting. fascinating. so there is a war of words going on between zoos across the nation and it is the cutest twitter war ever. so it started with this from the national zoo talking about a new gray seal pup born on january 21st. >> yeah. >> well, the virginia aquarium decided all right. we'll see you and raise you an otter and an osprey. then followed up saying don't worry, we're still here when they didn't hear from the national zoo again. so not to be outdone, the national zoo responded with bam, oldie but goodie. adorable baby tigers. and this we hope will continue on for a very very long time
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because -- because. >> it's adorable. >> you can't get enough of adorable animals and who can really. >> yeah. many zoos are like it's been broughten. >> zoos and aquariums are trying to get involved, cutest seahorse ever. >> yes. next a cute tortoise. next to an interesting -- i like turtles. an interesting feat. there's a milk crate challenge. i guess it's a thing. and this kid is owning that challenge i would say at this point. so okay. i should point out first he's harnessed in but he was able to climb atop a 16-foot tower of 20 milk crates before reaching out and grabbing a bar suspended from the ceiling there. the child in the video secured in the harness as i said, but steadily rising in popularity i'd say. oh! >> very cool. good thing. don't try that at home. and last for a guy who wasn't quite so grateful, meet
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this morning on "world news now," immigration overhaul. the many new actions taken by this morning on "world news now," immigration overhaul. the many new actions taken by president trump that millions hanging in the balance from building a border wall to the children of undocumented immigrants. david muir questioning trump on it all. >> also from that interview, trump opening up about his false claim about millions of flawed lent votes costing him the election. hear why he is now doubling down, calling for an investigation. also this half hour, the passing of an entertainment legend. >> the woman behind the infamous hat toss that inspired a generation of women to chart their own course. looking back at the life and ground breaking
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career of mary tyler moore. and what recording legend stevie wonder did lately that has one young musician saying isn't he lovely. and he's completely overjoyed right now. and reaching higher ground. i think that was four stevie wonder puns in all of that 20-second video there. it's thursday it, january 26th. from abc news, this is "world news now." the only ones i couldn't reach, ebony and ivory in there somehow. we'll get to that story later on. we'll start this half hour with the uproar over president donald trump's sweeping crack down on illegal immigration, including jump starting border construction of his wall. >> the mexican president enrique pena nieto announced last night mexico will not pay for any wall, but president trump insists the u.s. will save lives on both sides of the border and brushed off mexico's resistance in an exclusive interview with abc's david muir. >> david, i think he has to say that. he has to say that. but i'm just telling you there will be a payment. it will be in a form, perhaps a
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complicated form and you have to understand what i'm doing is good for the united states. it's also going to be good for mexico. we want to have a very stable, very solid mexico. >> when does construction begin? >> as soon as we can. as soon as we can physically do it. >> within months? >> i would say in months, yeah, i would say in in months. certainly planning is starting immediately. >> nieto is scheduled to meet with president trump at the white house next week but sources say he's now considering calling off that trip. in addition to building the wall, the president took action to remove some of the 11 million undocumented immigrants living here now. abc's cecilia vega has details. >> reporter: president trump at the department of homeland security signing those executive orders on immigration. >> we've been talking about this right from the beginning. >> reporter: the move coming after that signature campaign promise. >> build that wall! build that wall! >> reporter: in addition to building that wall, the president also vowing to strip federal funding from so-called sanctuary cities that shield
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undocumented immigrants, triple the number of i.c.e. agents and add thousands more border patrol agents. >> beginning today, the united states of america gets back control of its borders, gets back its borders. >> reporter: no specifics on how to pay for that wall. but president trump putting on notice millions of undocumented immigrants, including those who have been charged with a crime, even if they have not been convicted. >> we're going to get the bad ones out, the criminals and the drug deals and gangs and gang members and cartel leaders. the day is over when they can stay in our country and wreak havoc. >> reporter: protests in new york and by the white house. and sanctuary cities firing back. >> this city will not be bullied by this administration into abandoning our core values. and we believe we have the rule of law and the courts on our side.
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>> cecilia vega, abc news, washington. despite the president's tough stance on immigration, one group may be allowed to remain in the country. >> the so-called dreamers, those brought here legally as children, may escape deportation. they're now protected under president obama's policy. while president trump isn't making any promises about their fate, he told david there is no need for concern. >> they shouldn't be very worried. they are here illegally. they shouldn't be very worried. i do have a big heart. we're going to take care of everybody. we're going to have a very strong border, we're going to have a very solid border where you have great people here that are here that have done a good job, they should be far less worried. we'll be coming out with policy on that over four weeks. >> reporter: will they be allowed to stay? >> i'll tell you over the next four weeks. we're looking at this. the whole immigration situation. we're looking at it with great heart. now, we have criminals that are here. >> there are a number of protests in response to this is,
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too. there's also another initiative where he is saying he wants to restrict certain refugees coming in and, you know, it's just one of those issues that got a lot of people talking. > in particular with the dreamers saying it might be a little bit of a difficult thing for him. he actually got 29% of the latino vote. so 2% more than mitt romney did. a lot of people said it's a controversial one, something that you promised that there would be some changes about, but it may end up hurting a big voting bloc for you, surprisingly big voting bloc for him. >> we're hearing him say i have a big heart. they don't have to be worried. there's still a lot of blurry lines how this law will be enforced and what he's going to do going forward. the president in the meantime is standing by his claim rampant voter fraud in november's election and he says he's launching an investigation. >> so the president is insisting that millions of dead people, illegals as he says and people registered in more than one state, cast votes.
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none of those, he says, for him. and despite that, he said he still could have won the popular vote if he had just changed his campaign strategy. >> i would have won the popular vote if i was campaigning for the popular vote. i would have gone california where i didn't go at all. i would have gone to new york where i didn't campaign at all. i would have gone to a couple places that i didn't go to and i would have won that much easier than winning the electoral college. as you know, the electoral college is all that matters. >> valid point. >> yes. >> but that said, hillary clinton also didn't necessarily campaign in california except to go fund raise near los angeles and san francisco most of the time, but she beat him in california. >> they went back and forth over this pew report because trump is claiming there's a lot of voter fraud and that's why.
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and so it gets a little bit confusing but just to give a little background, they're referring to a report in 2012 which found irregularities in voter registration so that people who were deceased or registered in two different states were registered in two different states. there was no actual voter fraud. they didn't vote or vote twice. they're voter registration that the pew report blamed on an antiquated system. >> his chief strategist who was registered in florida, and in california and his daughter registered in both places. >> it happens a lot when people move. so clearly a problem there. but pew is saying no actual fraud. one last bit from the interview, the president campaigned on a pledge to repeal obamacare. he told david when it comes to health insurance, he wants to "take care of everybody." >> yeah, the president said he wants to make sure nobody's dying on the streets when he's president. he seemed to give republican lawmakers a green light for action. >> it's too expensive. it's horrible health care. it doesn't cover what you have to cover. it's a disaster. you know it, and i know it. i said to the republican folks, and they're terrific folks, mitch and paul ryan, i said, look, if you go fast and i'm okay in doing it because it's the right thing to do, we want to get good coverage at much
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less cost. i said if you go fast, we then own obamacare. they're going to put it on us. obamacare is a disaster waiting to explode. if you sit back and let it explode, it's going to be much easier. that's the thing to do, but the right thing to do is to get something done now. >> we'll see how soon they act. >> they might move quickly. on the other hand, they might wait? >> many of the experts say it would be impossible for them to move quickly. if anything is done, it will take the next four years. >> though trump says obama is rooting for him and the president said if your health care plan turns out to be better than mine, then i'll support it. >> yes, probably rooting for him in that mystery letter that we didn't get to see from the president. >> what's in the box and what's in the envelope. we want to know. >> what is it in the tiffany box. so a very common sight at trump campaign events was tom llamas. now some congrats i guess you could say to the guy donald
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trump once called a sleazy guy. >> a sleazy guy with emphasis he said it. an annual list says that tom was actually the most used reporter of 2016. on three evening network newscasts, he logged 482 minutes of air. >> amazing. > that is more than 100 minutes over the reporter who came in second. >> and just for the record, that means that his kids, his two kids have seen him more on tv than they saw him in all of 2016. >> at times relieved the campaign is over. >> i think so. coming up, remembering a television legend and that iconic hat toss. >> yes. >> mary tyler moore became so famous for, twirling her hearts into just generations of fans. we will show you how co-stars are remembering their friend. >> and speaking of women on television, how steph curry's little girl, riley, managed once again to steal the show. that's in "the skinny." first here's a look at today's forecast.
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hey, mary. >> hmm? >> could i ask you a personal hey, mary. >> hmm? >> could i ask you a personal question? >> yeah. >> who's that man sleeping on your couch? >> mr. grant. >> oh, mr. grant. who's mr. grant? >> my boss. >> what kind of work did you say you do? >> mr. grant, mr. grant? i can't wake him. >> here, let me try. mr. grant, mr. grant.
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mr. grant? >> that was a classic mary tyler moore moment from december of 1974 as we remember one of the most influential women in television. >> she really did help define an entire generation of women. i'm sure a lot of people are in this business because of mary tyler moore. she passed away at a hospital in connecticut overnight after contracting pneumonia. she was 80 years old and countless celebrities are now leading an outpouring of sympathy. >> moore's co-star ed asner tweeted "a great lady i loved and owe so much to has left us. i will miss her. il never be able to repay her for the blessings she gave me." >> and, of course, her co-star dick van dyke from her original tv show shared a link to a dance number they did on the dick van dyke show" saying simply, there are no words. she was the best. >> oprah winfrey shared this recent photo saying i want to cry. i still can't believe mary tyler moore touched my face. i will love her forever. >> touched her face four times. oprah was a big, big fan of
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mary. >> and even reenacted that hat toss scene. >> academy award nominee tweeted, thanks for the first real image of a woman being independent, funny and vulnerable. >> she did all three so well. that's what made her so great. and the man who wrote and performed that theme song we all know and love, he tells the "new york post" he's just crushed over this news. >> when it came to mary, you know, the words of the song, the words of that team song, she could turn the world on with a smile, many say that she did. here's abc's david muir. ♪ >> reporter: it's been named one of the greatest moments in television history. that last shot in the opening sequence of "the mary tyler moore show." >> you weren't worried people would expect to see turning the world on with her smile? >> well, you know, i don't mind turning the world on with her smile because at least the smile is the evidence of what's
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inside. ♪ make it after all >> reporter: it turns out that knit cap was a gift from a member of her family, her aunt to prepare for the freezing minneapolis weather. that opening scene celebrated and parodied by so many programs over the years, the "simpsons," even oprah. but no one could do it like mary tyler moore who once said that one simple gesture said everything about her character's spontaneity and joy. what does mary tyler moore know now that she didn't know when she was in her 20s? >> that it's okay. whatever it is, it's okay because it's what it is. don't be looking for perfection. don't be short tempered with yourself and you'll be a whole lot nicer to be around with everyone else. >> you have a hat. this is our version. all the way over there. >> did i get it? >> not quite. >> "the skinny" is next.
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♪ skinny, so skinny ♪ skinny, so skinny time now for "the skinny," starting with the surprise of a lifetime for a young musician in southern california. >> talking about grayson earhart who was performing stevie wonder's classic "superstition" in a hotel lobby when the 20-time grammy award winner just happened to walk by, and then this moment. ♪ very superstitious ♪ 13-month-old baby ♪ seven years of bad luck, good things in your past ♪
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>> so after this rousing performance where stevie wonder completely surprised this guy, stevie wonder then declared, i think we're a good team. >> oh, my god. >> i don't think it gets more awesome than that. clearly earhart agreed. he later said, "life made." do you know, by the way -- >> can you imagine? -- as a former wedding singer how many times i sang stevie wonder songs? he never showed up to sing with me. >> once a wedding singer, always a wedding singer. don't cut yourself short. >> as a wedding singer, i sung stevie wonder hundreds of times. he never showed up. >> can you imagine if he did? >> stevie, call me.
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>> imagine if he shows up at your next wedding. >> i don't think i'd be able to sing. next to a pint-sized surprise, as well. the basketball court. >> so we're all familiar with the past antics of steph curry's young daughter riley. who can forget the time she tries to psych out is the reporters during dad's news conference or the time she ended up singing drake lyrics. >> now she's at it again while her father was being honored at his high school in charlotte, north carolina retiring his jersey, she got into a daboff sparked by one of the students. it's hard to tell you about when they zoom in, you kind of see her. riley wasted no time getting into the action. just looks like she was the only one doing it. she ended up winning the dab off. >> as usual. >> and phenol in one of the most unusual match-ups, the terminator comes face to face with his holiness. >> weird things happen. arnold schwarzenegger greeted pope francis during his weekly audience at the vatican. the two had a brief exchange,
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some cough medicines only last 4 hours. but just one mucinex lasts 12 hours. let's end this. ♪ ♪ it takes every kind of people to make what life's about, ♪ it takes every kind of people to make what life's about, yeah ♪ >> nice groove. we're in that groove today. they're two of the world's newest social media stars and they're only 9 months old. >> that's right. the little girls are turning heads because of a physical trait. a very rare one. they are biracial twins and have completely different complexions and their story is inspiring a growing number of fans. here's abc's paula ferris. >> 9-month-old kalani with light skin and blue eyes and just five minutes younger, her fraternal twin jerani with brown skin and brown eyes. >> i always have them dressed the same because if i don't,
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people don't believe they are twins. >> kalani looks more like mom and jerani more like dad. >> never in a million years would i imagine having a lighter complected daughter with blue eyes. >> reporter: one mom, one dad and twin colors with different skin color who's shared the same womb all live in illinois with big half-brother tailen. >> this is a pretty rare occurrence to have two twins that look very different. but it certainly can happen with biracial couples and it's really just a matter of chance. >> reporter: the babies are now social media stars. their story shared thousands of times online. >> it's an amazing feeling like it's one of those feelings you can't even describe. >> reporter: how are twins born with such different complexions? skin color is determined by multiple genes. fraternal twins like the dean girls come from two separate eggs fertilized by two different sperm and the outcome depends on the genes that are expressed.
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>> by virtue of chance, one twin can inherit more dna from a specific parent in contrast to its co-twin and than dna can code or translate for things like skin color and eye color and can then result in very different physical attributes. >> reporter: and kalani and jerani may not always look so different as they grow up. skin tone can change over time but for now, mom and dad say their two babies also have zing -- distingtd -- distinct personalities. >> kalani, she has more of a personality like her mother. jay is more set back and kind of like me laid back. >> they are so different in their personalities >> reporter: paula ferris, abc news, new york. >> can you imagine like the dad's initial reaction? are we going to have to go on maury? >> i do love the idea of them being older and like watch this hey, that's my twin sister. >> see the reaction. >> mom says they're the same where it's important. >> this is abc's "world news now," informing insomniacs for two decades. >> see the reaction. >> mom says they're the same where it's important this is abc's "world news now,"
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