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>> he does this, if he ever does that, you are done. >>. [ laughter ] . >> but this went on for a week. >> [ bleep ]! >> oh, [ bleep ]. >> it doesn't matter where he's at. sitting on the couch, walking into the room, trying to get something to drink. >> [ bleep ]! >> holy! [ laughter ] >> of course it is. >> and it's irry tating, we don't have any kids, because of this video, i don't want any.
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[ bleep ]. >> i have the most sensitive ears in the world. >> he might or maybe his parents, and -- i don't know. here he stands if front of his beautiful tv. >> that one, he sort of saw the reflection. he had a momentary rrrarrr! [ indiscernible ] >> don't you dare. i will end your upset. [ laughter ] ♪ >> holy. >> thanks for hanging out with us today, right this minute.com has a lot more fun stuff to us today, right this minute.com has a lot more fun stuff to watch or join us for the next ♪ strummed guitar you can't experience the canadian rockies through a screen. you have to be here, with us.
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players in blue against the afl's last man, ty hilton of the colts. >> a little competitive nature here. hilton forced an overtime period against four guys but couldn't catch a ball thrown by zeke elliott of the cowboys who stripped off his shirt and celebrated like he was going to the super bowl. >> true story there. as you see the crowd there watching that dodgeball game. that's more people than who will actually watch the pro bowl this sunday. >> oh. >> not a sports fan. tiger woods will be back on one of his favorite courses today. hoping to make the cut in his first official pro tournament in 17 months. so woods has won eight times at torrey pines in san diego. it's beautiful if you get to go there. it's near la jolla. that experience didn't help him yesterday as he struggled in the second half of his round. when it was over, woods was 11 strokes behind the leader, his score of 76 was the worst opening round to a calendar year
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in woods' career. should point out, there's a great grilled cheese at torrey pines golf resort. >> we've been talking about big macs, grilled cheese. the food i can get on board with, the football i'm not as much including my home state of oklahoma, everyone's embarrassed for me. in you want to see the williams sisters play for the australian open title, you have to get up early or stay up late. >> venus and serena will meet in the tournament women's final starting at 3:30 in the morning eastern time tomorrow morning, saturday morning our time. yes, 36-year-old venus is in her first major final since 2009 when she lost to serena at wimbledon. now 35-year-old serena is trying to win her 23rd grand slam title which would be a new record, by the way. both say they're happy for the other. >> you have to control yourself and then you also have to hopefully put your opponent in a box, and the opponent is your sister and she's super awesome so it's wonderful. >> it's the one time that i really genuinely feel like no matter what happens, i can't
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lose. she can't lose. it's just going to be a great situation. cheering each other on. if serena williams wins, she will regain the world number one ranking that she lost at last year's u.s. open. tomorrow will be the first all williams final at the open since 2003. worth getting up early for or staying up late for. >> as you come back from the bars, let's look at the williams sisters. amazing to think they've been on top of their game for nearly two decades. absolutely amazing. when we come back, how we can all eat like oprah. and the miss universe contestants are not eating too much. >> yes, they are. >> they might. >> one cube of cheese and then they're done. >> their national costumes. you're going to want to see what those look like. we have more coming up in "the skinny." to want to see what those look like. we have more coming up in "the skinny." take mucinex dm. it'll take care of your cough. fine! i'll text you in 4 hours
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♪ skinny so skinny ♪ >> okay, so this is your friday "skinny." let's start with oprah spreading food, love. >> i love bread. i love bread. i now just manage it. so i don't deny myself bread. i have bread every day. >> oh. well, but knowing that men and women cannot live on bread alone, the media mogul is now teaming up with kraft heinz on a brand-new line of packaged refrigerated foods. >> riding high on her remarkable 40-pound weight loss, she is trying to make nutritious products more accessible to everyone. >> there are no specifics yet on what those foods will be. the food line will reportedly be called mealtime stories and kraft heinz says 10% of the profits will be donated to charities that working to eradicate hunger. >> good cause.
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probably good food. >> ketchup and bread. >> and one can exist only on bread. i've tried it. i haven't. i wish that was my diet but it's not. next gearing up for this weekend's miss universe pageant. the competition's preliminary round has just wrapped up in the philippines where the contestants showed off their national costumes. >> slow down in your read. >> here are a few of the more exotic. >> okay. so miss sweden is dressed as a cultural character, pippi longstocking. and pippi's horse named little old man. >> that was not doing it for kendis. it must be really cold in canada which is why miss canada dressed up like a snowflake. there she is with her midriff baring ski sweater and ski pants and uggs. she looks comfortable. i wish i could wear that at the anchor desk. minus the snowflake. >> she looks like she just gave up. it's warmer down south. miss aruba dressed for the water and attached herself to a wind
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sail. i like it. >> okay, miss germany showed up with a monstrosity on her head that's supposed to look like a famous castle in bavaria. these are getting really creative. >> the famous castle in bavaria there. miss usa killed it dressing up like a super hero eagle of freedom complete with working wings. i know we're supposed to love miss usa for whatever she does, but i don't know that she necessarily -- did she win that competition there? i don't know. it does look malevolent. >> malificent. >> malificent. that's it. >> it's -- >> she looks very benevolent. >> this is the important video we should just run. the miss universe competition is live sunday night on fox. steve harvey will be hosting it. the wrong winner will be named just around 10:59 p.m. >> sadly we must move on to this.
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that eye candy to this. next to the lifestyles of the rich and pampered. >> as if we needed any more reason to be jealous of the beckhams we have it this morning. >> relationship goals, family goals, now vacation goals. we've been seeing pictures from david and victoria back home from their holiday vacation with their four children in the maldives but now we're getting a closer look at the resort where they stayed. the ultra luxury grand sunset residence is a private three-bedroom villa right on the ocean. >> "people" magazine describes the lavish get away as providing a large private beach, personal chef, 24/7 wine cellular curated to your liking, and they're just like us, these celebrities. >> celebrities who have graced that place in the past, rob lowe, russell crowe and tom cruise, and kendis wishes. >> and finally broadway here. apparently this is a line from the movie "gird your loins." might sound familiar. >> miranda priestly herself set to strike terror in the hearts of theater goers in the great white way. >> the 2006 movie being brought to the broadway stage as a musical. >> the music is being written by
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only last 4 hours. but just one mucinex lasts 12 hours. let's end this. this week's headlines were pretty much dominated by only two people. one, of course, you can probably guess. the name rhymes with pump. >> but the other was a stunning loss for generations of tv viewers. here now is our weekly "friday rewind." >> lisa vanderpump? >> this was the largest audience to ever witness an inauguration period. >> our press secretary gave alternative facts. >> alternative facts are not facts. they're falsehoods. >> is it your intention to always tell the truth from that podium? >> our intention is never to lie to you. >> does the president believe millions voted illegally. the president does believe that. >> >> exactly what evidence? >> i think the president has believed that for a while based
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on studies and information he has. >> he seems to be obsessed with the idea that he could not have the possibly lost the popular vote without cheating and fraud. >> why not investigate something that is the biggest scandal in american electoral history? three to five million people voting illegally? >> 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. >> look at the pew reports. >> i called the author of the report last night and he told me they found no evidence of voter fraud. >> why did he write the report. >> he said no evidence. >> excuse me. why did he write the report. >> we are going to get the slug bad ones out, the criminals and the drug dealers and gangs and gang members and cartel leaders. >> we're going to stay a sanctuary city. >> this city will not be bullied by this administration. >> this executive order does not change who we are. >> we will defend everybody, every man, woman and child who has come here for a better life and has contributed to the well-being of our state.
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>> 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. >> 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. you'll be a whole lot nicer to be around. >> her star certainly transcended generations. my parents loved her. i love her. my grandparents loved her. >> absolutely. i you should point out later on tonight, there will be a special "20/20" here on abc devoted to mary tyler moore. well, don't miss our updates on facebook. wnn fans. >> this is abc's "world news now." informing insomniacs for two decades
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good morning. good morning. i'm erielle rushef in for diane macedo. >> i'm kendis gibson. we've made it to friday. the top headlines we're following this morning on "world news now." border wall showdown. the white house is suggesting a possible tax on mexican imports. as a way to pay for the wall. mexico's president refusing to foot the bill and called off a planned meeting with president trump. more details coming up. one week after his inauguration, the president welcome british prime minister theresa may to the white house. the two leaders will hold a joint news conference at 1:00 p.m. eastern. you can watch that live coverage on abc. >> california squaring off in court today against chemical giant monsanto. california wants monsanto's weed killer roundup to carry labels warning it could cause cancer. monsanto denies the accusation and is suing the state back saying such labels would hurt business. the williams sisters have
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today to rest up ahead of their australian open women's final tomorrow. it will be the ninth time venus and serena have played each other in a grand slam final. serena has won six of the previous eight. those are some of your top stories on this friday, january 27th. we're glad you're with us. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> so that didn't take long. one week ago we were talking about the inauguration of donald trump and this week a diplomatic row. the showdown over the wall that the president is vowing to build along the mexican border. >> white house press secretary sean spicer mentioning hitting mexico with a 20% border tax on goods to pay for that wall. but he later clarified it was simply a suggestion of one way the project might be funded. >> so mexican president enrique pena nieto refused to pay for the wall and backed out of a planned visit to the white house next week. but president trump later characterized this scrapped meeting as a mutual decision. >> the president took his first trip on air force one to attend
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a republican retreat in philadelphia. you see hip sitting at the deck. he celebrated his party's victory in congress and the white house and also continued to bring up his unproved allegation of voter fraud. more now from abc's cecilia vega. >> reporter: president trump today inviting the cameras into the private cabin on air force one. >> a great plane. >> reporter: showing off his new flying office. >> this is a very special plane for a lot of reasons. >> reporter: emerging from his first flight, a sharp salute. the president on a charm offensive. making nice with republican lawmakers at their retreat in philadelphia. the party now controls congress and the white house. >> nice to win. do we agree? it's been a while. it's been a while since we had this position. nice to win. >> reporter: his goal, to win support for his sweeping agenda.
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but he kept pushing an issue that many congressional republicans want to go away, the false claim that millions voted illegally in the election. >> we are going to protect the integrity of the ballot box, and we are going to defend the votes of the american citizen. so important. >> reporter: but house speaker paul ryan has been clear saying he has seen no evidence of massive voter fraud. in philadelphia, some congressional republicans say there are more important things to worry about. >> is voter fraud, should it be on the list of things he was talking about today? >> is that on the top ten of priorities for me? the answer is no. you know, it's up to the administration to figure out if it's the top ten for the american people. >> republicans also not interested in revisiting the election. or the size of the crowds at the president's inauguration. something president trump has talked about again and again including cia. >> you took some heat after your visit to the cia in front of that hallowed wall 117 stars of those lost at the cia. you talked about other things but you also talked about crowd size at the inauguration, about the size of your rallies, about covers on "time" magazine. and i just want to ask you, when does all of that matter just a little less? when do you let it roll off your
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back? now that you're the president. >> i'm glad you asked. i went to the cia my first stop. i have great respect for the people in intelligence and cia. i then went up and paid great homage to the wall. i then spoke to the crowd. i got a standing ovation. they said it was the biggest standing ovation since peyton manning had won the super bowl and they said it was equal. i got a standing ovation. it lasted for a long period of time. >> reporter: the president was expected to sign an order launching that investigation into voter fraud. that did not happen. the white house does tell us it will happen within coming days. cecilia vega, abc news, philadelphia. president trump's chief strategist amping up the white house feud with the news media saying it should "keep its mouth shut." in an interview with the "new york times" steve bannon called
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the media the opposition party adding it should be embarrassed and humiliated for not anticipating the outcome of the election. ban and didn't stop there. he also said quoting here, the media has zero integrity, zero intelligence and no hard work. and president trump's choice for labor secretary admits the outsource -- he outsources fast food technology and jobs to the philippines in sharp contrast to the president's call to keep american jobs at home. andrew pudzer defends his decision and insists he did nothing illegal. his confirmation hearing has been postponed. >> trump's push for the completion of two pipeline projects sparked serious backlash. one native tribal leader is asking to meet with the president in hopes he might reconsider his policy and some recent pipeline problems have environmentalists worried. abc's lana zak has more from washington. >> reporter: republicans applauded the president's actions on pipelines. >> we've issued executive orders to build the keystone and dakota pipelines. >> reporter: but there is no shortage of protests. >> we will not let you build this.
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>> reporter: environmentalists say an oil spill on a magellan pipeline demonstrates the risks involved. >> pipelines spill at least once a day destroying farms and ranches and polluting water supplies. pipelines are a tremendous risk not only to the farms and ranches but also to the climate. and so here in the heartland, we are going to be fighting keystone xl with everything we have. >> reporter: nearly 140,000 gallons of diesel fuel spilled into an agricultural field in iowa. authorities say it does not pose major environmental impact buds snow and wind are creating problems for clean-up crews. >> the biggest threat right now is our weather. and right now with closing down the road. >> reporter: days earlier another leak in saskatchewan, canada spilled 52,000 gallons of oil. saskatchewan was also the site of a major spill seven months ago. the canadian prime minister says he supports trump's pipeline project because of the jobs he believes it will bring to canada. >> in both the conversations i've had with president trump now, keystone xl came up as a
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topic and i reiterated my support for the project. >> reporter: and you know there's going to be a fight on this one, kendis and erielle. the standing rock sioux tribe has longs been opposed to this project and they say that there is currently an environmental study under way with public comment open until february 20th. they argue by federal law, that process has to be allowed to continue. >> that fallout continues. lana zak, an thank you. the engineer involved in a deadly train crash in philadelphia is suing amtrak. brandon bostian alleges the railroad ignored reports that people were throwing objects at the train. bosnian says that he was disoriented or unconscious after something hit his train before the 2015 crash that killed eight people. federal investigators determined the train was not hit. they say bosnian was distracted by reports of another train being hit. the engineer in another deadly train crash near philadelphia tested positive for
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marijuana. that's according to documents released thursday by the ntsb. the train derailed after hitting a piece of construction equipment on the tracks last year. two workers were killed and dozens of passengers injured in that crash. >> going to switch gears and say happy new year. yes, i know it's january 27th but tomorrow marks the start of the chinese lunar new year. >> 2017 is the year of the rooster. to celebrate, chinese soldiers have been performing a special dance. >> since it's the year of the rooster, we'll call that their chicken dance. >> it's not the funky chicken. >> it looks like the funky chicken sort of. they're pretty good at it i guess. oh. i actually could watch this all day long. i love the shimmying. the radio city rockettes have nothing on these guys. they're probably a little jelly. they're doing it all in combat fatigues. >> is this what the first move was? >> i don't know what it was. >> they're good. >> shimmy was great. >> it's compelling. >> so the year of the rooster, what you should avoid, don't
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wear red. >> we're covered today. >> we have that down pat. unlucky numbers are 1, 3, and 9. unlucky directions are east. just keep going west as much as possible. not going to montauk. just go west. coming up, counting down to this year's tax deadline. what you may not know about deductions that could cost you hundreds or even thousands of dollars in your refund check. >> and the exclusive pike inside olivia pope and associates or with olivia pope and associates and what kerry washington says she will always find in the "scandal" kitchen no matter how old they are. and what she just couldn't reveal to our own michael strahan. but first, here's a look at today's temperatures. >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by buyleesa.com.
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well, we've got some more international dancing this morning here on "world news now." this is the start of samba practice. just not the same without the samba music. >> this is rio's famous samba drum. the city's samba schools have less than a month to get ready for the start of carnivale. that looks just like diane and i did when we were doing our samba. it's never too early to start practicing brazil's -- wow, they're good at it. it starts february 24th and goes till ash wednesday which is march 1st. we plan to have continuing coverage through the next month of that. >> have you ever been? >> i've been to brazil but never been -- >> been to carnivale. >> bucket list for sure. here at home, millions of americans are gearing up for that annual financial carnival, not, known as tax deadline day. >> as they prepare their returns many families are missing out on tax credits possibly leaving hundreds if not thousands of dollars unclaimed.
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abc's rebecca jarvis explains how to get your millions back, america. >> reporter: the thousands of dollars in tax refunds you might be missing out on. the earned income tax credit. available to eligible families earning less than about $53,000, and it could be worth more than $6,000. >> it's very important to file for this credit. but about 20% of people don't realize that, and they are missing out. >> reporter: another often-omitted money saver? the child and dependent care credit, helping to cover childcare costs for eligible working families with kids under 13. it could be worth up to $2,100. finally, avoid the simple mistakes, double check your work. we tagged along with the liau family in new jersey last year, as they did their taxes. >> i basically made a mistake in terms of inputting information. as they did their taxes. >> i basically made a mistake in terms of inputting information. >> reporter: once they fixed the numbers, the liaus more than doubled their refund. finally, if you can itemize, you should. while the standard deduction will help lower your tax bill,
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it typically pays off to take a little time, gather up those receipts and itemize. rebecca jarvis, abc news, new york. >> taking copious notes here. >> really? as in a phone number for an accountant. >> or calling rebecca later to ask her for advice. coming up, the wait is over for fans of abc's "scandal." >> the exclusive behind the scenes tour with olivia pope herself. plus michael strahan's audition. did he make the cut? we'll let you know. you're watching "world news now." >> he looks good in his head shot. easy booger man. take mucinex dm. it'll take care of your cough. fine! i'll text you in 4 hours when your cough returns. one pill lasts 12 hours, so... looks like i'm good all night! ah! david, please, listen. still not coughing. not fair you guys! waffles are my favorite! ah! some cough medicines only last 4 hours. but just one mucinex lasts 12 hours. start the relief.
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1-800-273-8255 and press 1. >> she would make an exceptional she would make an exceptional president. the world would embraceler. you have to choose millie. >> because she's your candidate. >> because the other choice just tried to kill his way into the
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oval. >> that was one of the sample of dramatic return of "scandal," the premiere of season six which i still haven't seen. so that was a spoiler alert. >> i need to catch up. critics say it was well worth all of the suspense. but our own michael strahan couldn't wait to get his own personal tour of the set with the leading lady herself, kerry washington. >> here we go. hold on tight. find your seat belt, sir. >> i have my seat belt like that. >> so lots of famous movies have been shot here, cool tv shows. "scandal" among them. yes. i'm going to take you to olivia pope and associates. that's one of my bosses brad. hi, brad. >> hi, brad. >> hi michael. >> nice to see you. >> this is behind the scenes. if you enter into here, it means you're in a lot of trouble because you are a client at pope
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and associates. >> i am a client. >> so if we get you on the show, we'll have your picture up here because you're a problem. so this is the pope and associates kitchen. there's always almonds here because i'm a big almonds person. >> you're actually eating those. >> occasionally. some of the stuff up here might be seven years old from when we shot the pilot. this is olivia's office. >> if you go in here, you're really in trouble. >> yeah, this is the inner sanctum. >> look at me. millie, i will get you the oval. >> you can tell me right now what's going to happen this season. wouldn't you like to tell me? >> michael, i really do like you but i like my job more. and if i tell you, i'll get fired. >> you will not get fired. >> i could. >> you are olivia pope. you can fix this. >> just one thing? >> you could play a really fun game for the first five episodes of find the bump. because we shot five episodes before i gave birth. and the rest of them are after. behind flowers, behind prada purses, behind big coats and capes. >> do you know how many people are going to be going i think i
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found the bump on that one? >> my office for my production company simpson street is here. >> can i see it. >> yeah. >> let's go to simpson street. >> tah-dah! it's not fancy. >> but you know what? you're very accomplished out of this place. >> we started with "confirmation" which is a film i did for hbo. we're developing projects for television, drama and comedy, films, maybe some theater. it's really exciting. >> since i'm here on set in your production office, i feel like can i audition for you for "scandal"? >> i guess, michael, do you have like a monologue prepared? >> i grabbed some lines from the show. >> you're auditioning for olivia pope? >> no, just trying to show my range. if you don't mind. >> yeah, i have time. >> okay. you're being stupid about this. >> i am many things. stupid is not one of them. >> hold on. i am many things. stupid is not one of them. this is not a comedy.
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this is drama. >> prove it to me right now, show me who you are, cyrus bean. >> yeah. >> show me who you are, cyrus bean! >> that's good. >> that's better. >> that's good. >> i thought that one came out good. i felt that one. >> do you have any others? >> it's handled. >> okay. >> came here, i did this interview. and you know what? >> what? >> it's handled. >> now, that was good. now, that, did we record that? i should send that to shonda. that was good. that was good, michael. i got a little, wow, chills. >> i quit. i'm moving to hollywood. peace. >> it's handled. >> he just arrived "at gma." >> he's a jack of all trades though. who knows? see him in movies. >> one of the fun things is following kerry washington on twitter during the show. she live tweets during the show and she was saying some of the scenes were a little bit difficult because of her baby bump.
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some cough medicines only last 4 hours. but just one mucinex lasts 12 hours. let's end this. drum roll, please. time now for "insomniac theater" previewing two movies this weekend. >> nothing says the weekend has arrived till you hear that music and that graphic. this morning we'll start with james franco in the movie "i am michael," a true story of the gay political activist and magazine editor who sparked national controversy after renouncing his homosexuality to become a straight christian pastor. >> i am michael. >> i'm rebecca. >> i need to get away from this life. >> what exactly is it you need to get away from? being gay? >> i don't know. >> i want to tell you a secret about a great gift from god. fear. >> i michael glatz no longer identify as gay. >> you've written what some would call very hateful things. >> michael, you're confused. >> the truth is that i was
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living a lie. >> okay. so here's the deal. critics admit the subject matter is controversial but they're giving "i am michael" high marks for its balanced portrayal and for franco's deeply nuanced presentation. take a look. michael lasalle writes, he gives a sensitive performance. this is a film worth seeing but it's not easy to watch. >> eric cohen says director justin kelly's first feature offers an even handed portrait of its controversial subject, but it doesn't make his decisions easy to take. next to matthew mcconaughey like we've never seen him before with a shirt on. he stars in the true story of a 1993 gold mining scandal when a massive gold deposit was supposedly discovered in the jungles of indonesia. the actor stars as a prospector, and he's desperate for his lucky break, but he finds that while getting the gold was hard work, keeping it is even harder. >> a tiger.
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>> the dialogue in that scene is amazing. > is it? okay. is that what you're focused on or the hair? the movie isn't striking gold though with the critics who are giving it a dismal 33% splat on rotten tomatoes. moira mcdonald writes "gold" is one of those movies that sounds like much more fun than it is and brian truitt says nothing in "gold" is golden, though at least matthew mcconaughey with a lack of hair and an abundance of beer gut shines. >> so then there's that. that's it for this half hour. deuces.
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this morning on "world news now," the border wall yet to be built already forming a divide. >> as the search for a way to fund the project is under way, a call to tax mexican imports at 20% is creating outrage. critics of the idea saying it will drive up prices for americans so what will the true cost eventually be? >> a stunning new twist in the case behind that violent take-down last month of a texas mother and her two daughters. leaked police body cam video that resulted in all criminal charges against the three being dropped. what we're now hearing about that aggressive police officer. meeting the "o girls" a decade after oprah's leadership academy opened its doors in arf ca, what we're learning about the school's 400 graduates and the new sisterhood bredding around the world. and it's condiment chaos, mcdonald's sending burger lovers
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into a frenzy by offering a limited edition of the famed special sauce. will we ever know what really goes into the two all beef patties, lettuce, cheese, onions and a sesame seed bun. it's friday, january 27th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." makes you hungry at this early morning. doesn't it? >> i'm always hungry especially at this hour. you never know if it's breakfast or lunch or dinner just have a big mac. >> it is friday. we begin with a diplomatic clash over president trump's proposed border wall. a meeting with mexico's president now called off. >> the president nieto scrap aid planned visit after a tweet from trump saying if mexico is unwilling to pay for the wall, it would be better to cancel the meeting. the white house calls it a mutual decision. shawn spicer is walking back comments that suggested the wall
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would be paid for with a 20% tax on mexican imports. >> when you look at the plan that's taking shape now, using comprehensive tax reform as a means to tax imports from countries we have a trade def at this time from like mexico but by doing it that way, we can do $10 billion a year and easily pay for the wall just through that mechanism alone. >> spicer later insisted he wasn't rolling out a policy prescription but suggesting one way the wall could be paid for. mexico's foreign minister responding last night saying a 20% tax would hurt american consumers. he said it would drive up prices forcing americans to pay more for imports. >> important imports like corona. >> tequila. >> yes. so president trump is welcoming the british prime minister to the white house today. his first meeting with a foreign leader since taking office a week ago.
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>> meanwhile protesters gathered outside a policy retreat for republican lawmakers in philadelphia. and inside, the president remained fixated on the unsubstantiated allegation afc widespread voter fraud that he blames for costing him the popular vote. more from abc's elizabeth hur. >> reporter: president donald trump at the gop retreat in philadelphia hoping to drum up support for his sweeping agenda starting with i brief pat on the back for the party. >> nice to win. do we agree? it's been awhile. >> reporter: again claiming millions voted illegally in the election. >> we also need to keep the ballot box safe from illegal voting. and believe me, you take a look at what's registering, folks they like to say trump, trump, trump. take a look at what's registering. we're going to protect the integrity of the ballot box and we are going to defend the votes of the american citizens so important. >> reporter: on torture, british prime minister theresa may also in philadelphia for the retreat said she is opposed to it.
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responding to president trump telling abc news in this exclusive interview, he believes waterboarding works. >> but i have spoken as recently as 24 hours ago with people at the highest level of intelligence and i asked them the question. does it work. does torture work. and the answer was yes. absolutely. >> you're now the president. do you want waterboarding? >> i don't want people to chop off the citizens or anybody's heads in the middle east, okay? because they're christian or muslim or anything else. we're not playing on an even field. i will say this. i will rely on pompeo and mattis and my group and if they don't want to do it, that's fine. if they do want to do, then i will work toward that end. i want to do everything within the bounds of what you're
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allowed to do legally. but do i feel it works? absolutely i feel it works. >> the two lead remembers set to meet in washington later today. and in the meantime, white house officials say the president is close 0 signing off on another executive order on that alleged voter fraud and that could happen perhaps as early as today, as well. kendis and erielle. >> thanks. president trump's nominee for secretary of state is still a week from his confirmation by the senate but there is already a shake-up at the state department. six senior staffers have left an unusually large exodus. the appointees were told they would not be asked to stay on during trump's tenure. also today, vice president mike pence also address a gathering of abortion opponents as the a rally on the national mall. organizers for the march for life say no president or vice president has ever spoken at this event in person. counselor to the president kellyanne conway is also slated to speak at the rally. tens of thousands of people are expected to attend. an undocumented immigrant allegedly attacked a u.s. border patrol agent in arizona. authorities say the suspect tried to stab the agent during a struggle.
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the knife struck the agent's handheld radio instead which was attached to his body armor. the suspect was eventually taken into custody. authorities say the incident is just the latest in a series of attacks against border patrol agents in that area. it's official. most of california is now drought free. thanks to the powerful storms that have swamped the state in recent weeks according to u.s. drought monitor, not a single part of california is now in the exceptional or worse category. however, state water officials say they'll continue to impose restrictions because when groundwater is depleted it takes a very long time to replenish. investigators in new hampshire believe they may have solved a series of gruesome cold case murders. detectives now say a drifter known as robert evans is likely responsible for the death of his then girlfriend denise beaudin who went missing in 1981. they're also linking him to the murders of another woman and three children whose bodies were founded in metal drums. they say his use of multiple aliases made him especially difficult to track.
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>> he fled the area to avoid apprehension by the police. he used other names to avoid apprehension and for about a 12-year period, he went missing. >> authorities were finally able to track him down through a series of dna tests and they say he could be linked to even more unsolved murders. but he won't ever stand trial. evans died in 2010 in a california prison serving time for the killing and dismembering of another woman. now to south america, specifically chile where one official calls the country's wildfires a nightmare without end. take a look at the fast-moving flames pushed by strong winds. they've completely destroyed one town burning about a thousand homes. at least ten people have been killed in the fires, some of which -- look at those scenes -- some of which have been burning several months. the u.s. has sent a 747 supertanker to chile to help those folks in battling the
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flames. and this is a symbolic dooms day clock which is maintained by some of the world's leading scientists. they pushed the minute hand from three minutes to midnight up to two and a half. midnight on the clock represents global catastrophe. the scientists say the move on the hands due to comments from president trump and what they call a darkening global security landscape. they are just fun guys there. >> doomsday scenario right there. on a much lighter note, well, a richer note i should say, you can still get some of the mcdonald's big mac special sauce but it's going to cost. >> you mickey d's giving away 10,000 bottles of the sauce. some immediately were put for sale online yesterday. >> people will sell anything on the interwebs. several bottles listed for a minimum of $10,000. some people were seeking even more than that. at least one listing offered the option of paying $100,000 just to avoid a bidding war would you take the bait. >> you can just do it at home if
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you want. apparently the special sauce is a mix of mayonnaise, sweet pickle relish, yellow mustard, white wine vinegar, onion powder -- forget it. >> basically thousand island dressing. >> it's delicious whatever it is. it's delicious. come up, a decade after oprah winfrey opened her academy in south africa, we're seeing where five members of that first class are now and how they're balancing their new global lives with their south african roots. and the newly released police body cam video that exonerated a texas mother and her two teenage daughters. what the police chief is now saying about that violent takedown. >> remember to find us on facebook at cnn fans.com and twitter @abcwnn. you're watching "world news now." w." so i mowed the lawn, put up all the decorations. i thought i got everything. almost everything! you know, 1 in 10 houses could get hit by a septic disaster, and a bill of up to $13,000. but for only $7 a month, rid-x is scientifically proven to
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we call this impact video the impact coming between some live power lines and a semi truck. check this out. the utility poles came crashing down in sacramento. several people were trapped in their vehicles. they got out safely once the power was shut off. no one was hurt. wow. in houston, 17 colombian nationals are under arrest charged in a string of more than 100 burglaries apparently targeting minority communities. investigators say all 17 men are undocumented immigrants who went after asian middle eastern families. those who detectives say were known to keep large amounts of cash and jewelry in their homes. and this video to show you is hard to watch. it's police body cam video from charlotte showing the moment an officer fires at an 18-year-old
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armed man. officers tell him multiple times to drop his gun and then opens fire. rodney smith was shot five times. police say the video shows smith pointed his gun at officers and that they were justified in using deadly force. his family, you saw there, disagrees. his mother saw the video for the first time and she's calling for a new investigation. another story about body camera video causing criminal charges to be dropped against a fort worth mother and her two teenage daughters. >> it sheds new light on a police call that escalated into a brutal take-down. kenneth moton with the latest. >> he said, oh, she threw some paper. i told him to pick it up. >> reporter: controversial arrest newly obtained video shows the moment a fort worth police officer went from zero to 60. get on the ground now. taking down jacqueline craig, jamming a taser near her back.
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black lives matter activist and new york daily news writer sean king just released the video online. in december, abc news had a different angle of the incident. craig originally called officer william martin for help after she said a neighbor choked her 7-year-old son for littering. >> why don't you teach your son not to litter. it doesn't matter if he did or didn't. it doesn't give him the right to put his hands on him. >> why not? >> because he don't. >> the situation escalated. craig's teenage daughters tried to intervene. all three arrested and charged. >> get back or you're going to jail, too. >> i don't care. >> after the body cam video became public, ft. worth police announced all charges against craig and her daughters, dropped. the neighbor who choked her son issued a citation for misdemeanor assault. >> instead of charging in neighbor with a felony, which is what he should be facing, they're going to give him a ticket and let him pay a fine. and that's unacceptable. >> reporter: officer martin suspended for ten days without pay. he's already back at work, but no longer assigned to craig's neighborhood. >> we've looked at this you
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know, through a variety of lenses and i thought it was the right thing to do. >> the chief says he found his officer used excessive force and he will be retrained. but members in the community are outraged pointing to race calling for the officer to be fired. kenneth moton, abc news, los angeles. >> our thanks to kenneth there. the city attorney in ft. worth says this video was leaked and that that was illegal and unauthorized and a violation of several state level codes. >> it's a good thing it came out so we can finally see exactly what happened. all the angles. >> they're wearing the body cams. coming up in our next half hour, the sister act that tennis fans have been waiting for. >> venus and serena williams set to meet in a grand slam final for the ninth time. why serena is saying no matter what happens, she can't lose. first, a different kind of sisterhood spreading around the world. what a new documentary is showing us about the struggles and successes of the "o girls," the graduates of oprah winfrey's academy in south africa. you're watching "world news now." you're watching "world news
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>> it's been ten years since oprah opened her first leadership academy for girls in south africa. it's since launched new lives for some 400 plus girls. >> now a new documentary chronicles an the lives after five of those young women and the challenges they now face. we're "up all nightline" with our special fusion correspondent kimberly brooks. >> reporter: it was ten years ago this month when oprah opened the oprah winfrey leadership academy for girls, olag. >> people don't understand where we come from, what we've gone through. for some of us, this is our way out. >> reporter: five of the women from the very first class are sharing their stories as part of the new documentary "0 girls." i wanted to help girls who were like me, girls who really wanted it. they could see the possibility for themselves if only. you take that girl, you put her in school, you give her an
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opportunity to walk through the door of higher education and we have what has happened here with these girls. >> a decade later with nearly 400 girls having made it through the academy, the "o girls" sisterhood is spreading around the world. while some of the women have been able to attend university in america, most have remained in south africa . i wanted to visit one of the girls who stayed. >> hi. how are you doing? >> i'm good. >> good to see you. >> good to see you. >> you look beautiful. >> thank you. >> reporter: sharmane is working on a campaign to foster youth development in her south african township. on this day, sharmane is leading a book drive for young girls in the neighborhood. >> we are launching a campaign called no girl left behind. this is basically to get young girls into the culture of reading and not just reading but into a community of sisters that support each other.
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♪ >> reporter: thank you for coming. we hope you come again. >> reporter: meanwhile, back in the states, it's graduation day at spellman college. >> it is possible that a girl who had never read a novel before the age of 13 could come to one of the most prestigious colleges in the states. >> reporter: i feel, as each one graduates, i think all right, that phase is done. and well done. well, well, well done. >> for "nightline," i'm kimberly brooks in santa barbara, california. >> thanks to kimberly there. we should mention that "o girls" the documentary is currently airing on fusion across the country. >> yeah. she sought out the opportunity. the reporter did and ended up with open real estate there in
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we're going to start your friday mix with high times you might say and indiana south of indianapolis, so the cops there are trying to find whose 5 1/2 pound bag of weed got dropped off at somebody's address. so they put out this tweet here. saying looking for the owner of 5 1/2 pounds of marijuana delivered to the wrong address. stop by the police station to claim your prize. don't forget your id. nothing nefarious or wrong with this. we're trying to find the rightful owner. >> i wonder if they will. really want that back. >> it was just a mistake, possibly. a lot of people will get weed delivered apparently to the wrong address so they can just cut it off and grab it there. i love this. a lot of brides obsess about the photography, the shoes the dress.
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this bride not so much. let's take a look. >> what did they do? >> she dressed up as t-rex for the first look. it's usually that romantic moment perfect in pictures. he turns around. how romantic. what a lasting footprint that left. >> he's more attracted to the t. rex than the real thing show. polka. ♪ politics and foreign wars all the weather all the scores ♪ ♪ that's the world news polka ♪ tapes that roll in way too slow stuff you saw on coppel's show that's the world news polka ♪ ♪ it's late at night you're wide awake and you're not wearing pants ♪ ♪ so grab your "world news now" mug and everybody dance ♪ ♪ have some fun, be a pal, every anchor guy and gal, do the world news polka ♪ ukelele masters.
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this morning on "world news now," president trump's take on torture. reasserting his opinion that waterboarding is not torture and that it works in intelligence gathering. but fellow republicans as well as his new defense secretary they strongly disagree. the details ahead. it's the first major meeting of its kind since taking office. president trump set to hold a joint news conference with british prime minister theresa may later today, the two leaders ushering in a new age in global politics. >> new this half hour it, the raw power of mother nature. >> heavy rains and erosion caused the devastating collapse of this hotel into the rushing floodwaters below. the building completely disappearing in front of the evacuated crowd. and the colorful clash of nations has begun. no, not the olympics. it's way better. and quite a way to wake you up. it's miss universe.
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and it started with costume night. wait till you see what miss usa was wearing in "the skinny" on this friday, january 27th. from abc news, this is "world news now." the original parade of nations there colorful costumes from all over the world. >> appropriate they're coming in "the skinny" because they're all very svelte looking very svelte in their costumes. >> they're all fairly -- yeah, some of them are wearing their country on their shoulder there with those costumes. >> interesting to see more of those. stay with us for that. >> we'll dig into it. we'll start with president trump doubling down on his argument that waterboarding works. >> in an interview with fox news, the president said opposition to waterboarding seemed foolish and naive and he also questioned whether the illegal interrogation technique which simulates drowning should even be classified as torture. >> i mean, torture is real torture. >> fingernails.
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>> i'm sure it's not pleasant but waterboarding was just short of torture. when you know, all of a sudden they made it torture. here's the story. look, i spoke with people the other day who are in this world that we're talking about. they said absolutely it works. >> as he first told abc's david muir, the president again said that he would follow the advice of defense secretary james mattis who believes torture is not effective in interrogations. >> republican congressional leaders like paul ryan and senate majority leader mitch mcconnell also made it clear that waterboarding is not an option. >> well, i think the directive of the cia has made it clear he's going to follow the law and i believe virtually all of my members are comfortable with the state of the law on that issue now. >> and torture is illegal and torture is not legal. and we agree with it not being legal. >> despite opposition from his own party, the president insists
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we have to fight fire with fire when dealing with radical extremists. >> so the president meets with british prime minister theresa may today at the white house. may is the first foreign leader to meet with the president since his inauguration a week ago. during an address in philadelphia, may called the president's term a new era of american renewal. she also reaffirmed the special relationship between the u.s. and britain. >> we have strong economic, commercial, defense and political relationships, as well. so i'm delighted that the new administration has made a trade agreement between our countries one of its earliest priorities. >> despite that special relationship, there are some differences that could arise during the meeting. may has already rejected the president's view that torture is acceptable. should point out that she and the president will have a joint press conference at 1:00 p.m. abc live coverage. >> now to the growing tensions with mexico triggered by a showdown over president trump's proposed border wall. a white house meeting with the mexican president was called
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off. now there's talk of slapping mexico with a new tax. here's abc's jonathan karl. >> reporter: since day one of his campaign, trump's relationship with mexico has been rocky. >> who's going to pay for the wall? 100%. >> reporter: still he traveled there to meet with pena nieto last year. we asked about the wall. the wall, is it a nonstarter? is there any chance mexico pays for the wall? >> we did discuss the wall. we didn't discuss payment of the wall. that will be for a later date. this was a very preliminary meeting. >> reporter: since then mexico's president has been consistent, there's no way mexico will pay. the two leaders were scheduled to meet next week at the white house. but after mexican officials hinted they might pull out, trump tweeted if mexico is unwilling to pay for badly needed wall, it would be better to cancel the upcoming meeting. three hours late pena nieto tweeted back he had informed the white house he would not be attending the meeting. later trump insisted the cancellation was a mutual
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decision. >> the president of mexico and myself have agreed to cancel our planned meeting schedule for next week. unless mexico is going to treat the united states fairly, with respect, such a meeting would be fruitless and i want to go a different route. >> reporter: on thursday, the white house floated one possible way to get mexico to pay for the wall. the idea was a border tax of 20% on goods coming into the united states from mexico. although late thursday, the white house clarified that was simply one hypothetical idea. it is not something that the president has signed off on. jonathan karl, abc news, the white house. and jon, we should mention mexico's foreign minister said that that border tax would raise prices on goods which would be passed along to the american consumer and republican senator lindsey graham also slammed the idea in what was the tweet of the day. he seemed to mimic the president's speaking style
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writing, "any policy proposal which drives up the cost of corona, tequila or margaritas is a bad idea. mucho sad." i agree. according to "the washington post," president trump called the acting director of the national park service on the day after his inauguration. the important issue, he was asking for more photographs of the crowds on the national mall. the "post" reports that the president wanted those extra pictures to prove the news media lied underestimating the number of people attending his swearing in. a scare in the skies for passengers as a smoky engine forced a united airlines flight to make an emergency landing. the flight headed from washington to nashville landed safely. cress immediately doused the smoldering engine with both foam and water. at least 75 passengers were evacuated from the plane and no injuries were reported. the faa is now investigating. a rooftop fire forced hundreds of guests from their hotel in tampa. wits ins say the flames were shooting off the top of the
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building as you can see there. firefighters had to walk up 27 flights of stairs to put out the flames. after nearly an hour, the fire was out and guests returned to their rooms. no injuries reported there. a hotel in peru made out a lot worse than that. whoa. it collapsed right into a river that had swollen because of recent storms. the building's foundation was eroded by the rushing water. luckily everyone inside had evacuated before the collapse. no one was injured but plenty of waterbeds there in that hotel. harvard university has been handing out its hasty pudding award every year since 1951 to honor those have made lasting contributions to the world of entertainment. >> yes, and the award for woman of the year goes to oscar-winning actress octavia spencer. she was paraded through the streets of cambridge. look at her. later during a roast, spencer was serving up a little mock poop. she used that moment to send a message to white house advisor kellyanne conway. >> kellyanne, eat my
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[ bleeped ]. >> yeah! >> so spencer later explained her comment was "in the moment." >> yeah. >> but you recall that -- >> that was from "the help," it it was from her movie. >> a play off "the help." >> it didn't come out of nowhere but it is interesting. spencer did add one serious note saying conway is a woman who should understand why women are concerned about their rights being taken away. >> clearly whatever it is, it was delicious. that young man went to town eating that poop pie. coming up, nfl players playing the wrong sport. >> the league's star players going at each other in a fierce game of dodgeball. we'll tell you who held the longest for the win. and we're going to the farthest reaches of space searching for the most impressive beauties all competing for the title of miss universe. who to look out for later in "the skinny"".
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players in blue against the afl's last man, ty hilton of the colts. >> a little competitive nature here. hilton forced an overtime period against four guys but couldn't catch a ball thrown by zeke elliott of the cowboys who stripped off his shirt and celebrated like he was going to the super bowl. >> true story there. as you see the crowd there watching that dodgeball game. that's more people than who will actually watch the pro bowl this sunday. >> oh. >> not a sports fan. tiger woods will be back on one of his favorite courses today. hoping to make the cut in his first official pro tournament in 17 months. so woods has won eight times at torrey pines in san diego. it's beautiful if you get to go there. it's near la jolla. that experience didn't help him yesterday as he struggled in the second half of his round. when it was over, woods was 11 strokes behind the leader, his score of 76 was the worst opening round to a calendar year in woods' career. should point out, there's a
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great grilled cheese at torrey pines golf resort. >> we've been talking about big macs, grilled cheese. the food i can get on board with, the football i'm not as much including my home state of oklahoma, everyone's embarrassed for me. in you want to see the williams sisters play for the australian open title, you have to get up early or stay up late. >> venus and serena will meet in the tournament women's final starting at 3:30 in the morning eastern time tomorrow morning, saturday morning our time. yes, 36-year-old venus is in her first major final since 2009 when she lost to serena at wimbledon. now 35-year-old serena is trying to win her 23rd grand slam title which would be a new record, by the way. both say they're happy for the other. >> you have to control yourself and then you also have to hopefully put your opponent in a box, and the opponent is your sister and she's super awesome so it's wonderful. >> it's the one time that i really genuinely feel like no
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matter what happens, i can't lose. she can't lose. it's just going to be a great situation. cheering each other on. if serena williams wins, she will regain the world number one ranking that she lost at last year's u.s. open. tomorrow will be the first all williams final at the open since 2003. worth getting up early for or staying up late for. >> as you come back from the bars, let's look at the williams sisters. amazing to think they've been on top of their game for nearly two decades. absolutely amazing. when we come back, how we can all eat like oprah. and the miss universe contestants are not eating too much. >> yes, they are. >> they might. >> one cube of cheese and then they're done. >> their national costumes. you're going to want to see what those look like. we have more coming up in "the skinny." skinny." to want to see what those look like. we have more coming up in "the skinny." take mucinex dm. it'll take care of your cough. fine! i'll text you in 4 hours
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♪ skinny so skinny ♪ >> okay, so this is your friday "skinny." let's start with oprah spreading food, love. >> i love bread. i love bread. i now just manage it. so i don't deny myself bread. i have bread every day. >> oh. well, but knowing that men and women cannot live on bread alone, the media mogul is now teaming up with kraft heinz on a brand-new line of packaged refrigerated foods. >> riding high on her remarkable 40-pound weight loss, she is trying to make nutritious products more accessible to everyone. >> there are no specifics yet on what those foods will be. the food line will reportedly be called mealtime stories and kraft heinz says 10% of the profits will be donated to
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charities that working to eradicate hunger. >> good cause. probably good food. >> ketchup and bread. >> and one can exist only on bread. i've tried it. i haven't. i wish that was my diet but it's not. next gearing up for this weekend's miss universe pageant. the competition's preliminary round has just wrapped up in the philippines where the contestants showed off their national costumes. >> slow down in your read. >> here are a few of the more exotic. >> okay. so miss sweden is dressed as a cultural character, pippi longstocking. and pippi's horse named little old man. >> that was not doing it for kendis. it must be really cold in canada which is why miss canada dressed up like a snowflake. there she is with her midriff baring ski sweater and ski pants and uggs. she looks comfortable. i wish i could wear that at the anchor desk. minus the snowflake. >> she looks like she just gave up. it's warmer down south.
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miss aruba dressed for the water and attached herself to a wind sail. i like it. >> okay, miss germany showed up with a monstrosity on her head that's supposed to look like a famous castle in bavaria. these are getting really creative. >> the famous castle in bavaria there. miss usa killed it dressing up like a super hero eagle of freedom complete with working wings. i know we're supposed to love miss usa for whatever she does, but i don't know that she necessarily -- did she win that competition there? i don't know. it does look malevolent. >> malificent. >> malificent. that's it. >> it's -- >> she looks very benevolent. >> this is the important video we should just run. the miss universe competition is live sunday night on fox. steve harvey will be hosting it. the wrong winner will be named just around 10:59 p.m. >> sadly we must move on to this. that eye candy to this.
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next to the lifestyles of the rich and pampered. >> as if we needed any more reason to be jealous of the beckhams we have it this morning. >> relationship goals, family goals, now vacation goals. we've been seeing pictures from david and victoria back home from their holiday vacation with their four children in the maldives but now we're getting a closer look at the resort where they stayed. the ultra luxury grand sunset residence is a private three-bedroom villa right on the ocean. >> "people" magazine describes the lavish get away as providing a large private beach, personal chef, 24/7 wine cellular curated to your liking, and they're just like us, these celebrities. >> celebrities who have graced that place in the past, rob lowe, russell crowe and tom cruise, and kendis wishes. >> and finally broadway here. apparently this is a line from the movie "gird your loins." might sound familiar. >> miranda priestly herself set to strike terror in the hearts of theater goers in the great white way. >> the 2006 movie being brought to the broadway stage as a musical. >> the music is being written by
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some cough medicines only last 4 hours. but just one mucinex lasts 12 hours. let's end this. this week's headlines were pretty much dominated by only two people. one, of course, you can probably guess. the name rhymes with pump. >> but the other was a stunning loss for generations of tv viewers. here now is our weekly "friday rewind." >> lisa vanderpump? >> this was the largest audience to ever witness an inauguration period. >> our press secretary gave alternative facts. >> alternative facts are not facts. they're falsehoods. >> is it your intention to always tell the truth from that podium? >> our intention is never to lie to you. >> does the president believe millions voted illegally. the president does believe that. >> >> exactly what evidence?
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>> i think the president has believed that for a while based on studies and information he has. >> he seems to be obsessed with the idea that he could not have the possibly lost the popular vote without cheating and fraud. >> why not investigate something that is the biggest scandal in american electoral history? three to five million people voting illegally? >> 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. >> look at the pugh reports. >> i called the author of the pugh report last night and he told me they found no evidence of voter fraud. >> why did he write the report. >> he said no evidence. >> excuse me. why did he write the report. >> we are going to get the slug bad ones out, the criminals and the drug dealers and gangs and gang members and cartel leaders. >> we're going to stay a sanctuary city. >> this city will not be bullied by this administration. >> this executive order does not change who we are. >> we will defend everybody, every man, woman and child who
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has come here for a better life and has contributed to the well-being of our state. >> 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. >> 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. you'll be a whole lot nicer to be around. >> her star certainly transcended generations. my parents loved her. i love her. my grandparents loved her. >> absolutely. i you should point out later on tonight, there will be a special "20/20" here on abc devoted to mary tyler moore. well, don't miss our updates on facebook. wnn fans. >> this is abc's "world news now," informing insomniacs for two decades
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making news in america this morning, preparing to speak to putin. we just learned when president trump will talk with the russian president. for the first time since taking office, the diplomatic standoff. the upcoming meeting between president trump and mexico's president abruptly canceled as confusion grows about who will pay for the border wall. a scary scene in an american city. flames shooting from the roof of a high-rise hotel. guests forced to evacuate. new details on what may have caused that fire. caught on camera, a swollen river eating away its bank. watch this. it eventually gives way dumping a hotel into the water. was there anyone inside? and president trump's air

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