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people forced to evacuate are facing some traffic jams and strong winds are blowing embers into residential neighborhoods. that fire erupted as we learned the historic wildfire in northern california is now >> reporter: we're in paradise, california where the search continues for more than 200 people who are still missing after the camp fire swept mayhem in the southern through this area, killing at least 42 people and destroying california mcdonald's. police say a woman walked into more than 7,000 structures. mayhem in a southern california mcdonald's. police say a woman walked into this santa ana restaurant's search teams are actually going property by property, inch by employee area looking for ketchup. when the manager told her to inch looking for more victims. leave, investigators say she at the same time there are kicked, punched and choked him. he's recovering. the suspect, though, is still on the loose. thousands of people who are still evacuated from the town of paradise here. many are staying in nearby chico. we actually saw them lined up well, as many as 20 people were injured when a car plowed outside the post office. into a social security office in dozens of people waiting to get southern new jersey. their mail. >> police believe it was a many coming out holding that mistake by the 56-year-old driver who may have been trying mail as a prized possession to park the car in egg harbor township. they say instead she because it is quite literally accelerated. the only thing that they own. many racing out of here as the
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>> most of the injuries were flames encroached this entire area. minor but one person was taken we spoke with one family who had to the hospital in critical four children in the back of condition. >> here's a car plowing through all those rows of chairs and their car. they raced down one of the main arteries to get out of paradise people flying. as chairs flying. before i know it, the car is under my rib. they really thought they were going to die until they finally made it out of here. it was mass chaos. >> so first responders removed they say it took hours to get to safety. they're very interested in two children from the car in their child seats. that social security office will not be open, understandably, getting back and seeing what's today. left. now to monica lewinsky's new they know their home burned to the ground but they're hoping they can comb through the rubble and find one or two possessions interview as she opens up about new details about her affair that actually survived but they with president clinton. understand at this point why they can't because that search >> this morning what she now says she would say to hillary clinton if she saw her today. here's abc's linsey davis. is continuing, and at this point authorities believe the death >> reporter: it was the affair toll will go up. in paradise california, will that could have brought down a presidency. >> i kind of looked into the carr, abc news. open doorway and bill happened and at the other end of the to be standing there, and he state, some residents are being allowed back into malibu to see what's left. motioned me in. >> actor liam hemsworth says the i don't think my heart had ever loss of the home that he and miley cyrus share is just beat as fast. heartbreaking. the couple is donating $500,000 unbeknownst to me, i was on the to help others. they say they hope it can precipice of the rabbit hole. >> reporter: monica lewinsky,
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now 45, says even though restore malibu's magic. reliving the ordeal for a new a & e docuseries is traumatic, it's important if it helps another young person make better decisions. turning to the impending shake-up at the white house after the first lady publicly called for the deputy national >> i felt terrible. security adviser to be gone. >> less than an hour after mira ricardel was spotted at an event i was scared and i just -- i was mortified and afraid of what standing behind the president, family and -- you know, i still was in love with bill at the a spokesperson saying she didn't time. deserve to serve the white >> reporter: and in a new "vanity fair" article, lewinsky house. the aide reportedly clashed with the first lady's staff during talks about remorse and sympathy her trip to africa last month. as abc's brad mielke reports, other major departures may also for hillary clinton, saying if be on tap. >> hey, guys. yeah, so you've got all this she were to see hillary clinton drama around the first lady, publicly asking her husband to in person today, she would tell her directly how very sorry i fire a national security am. official, but then the president appears to be considering some when it comes to bill clinton, even more significant changes. she says she's disappointed. this is what he said just months ago when asked does he owe lewinsky an apology. >> no. kirstjen nielsen is the secretary of homeland security and the president has appeared to be kind of disenchanted with her for months as he has pursued more aggressive immigration policies, but now his chief of staff jo i do -- i do not -- i have never talked to her, but i did say publically on more than one occasion that i was sorry. >> reporter: lewinsky says it's
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her belief that bill clinton abc's tara palmeri covers the white house and i asked her, john kelly was supposed to be should want to apologize. i'm less disappointed by him and more disappointed for him. >> general kelly, he's complained he doesn't have the he would be a better man for it and we in turn a better society. political acumen he wants in a chief of staff. he looked at vice president pence's chief of staff, nick ayers, as someone who is much part of what lewinsky says she more of a political animal. who mapped out an entire strategy for the vice president. regrets is she became "that" woman. she says part of what motivated her to do this docuseries was grief for the pain i had caused hitting the stops on the campaign trail as a surrogate others and during my time in for president trump. he's just been unhappy with kelly for awhile. they have -- their personalities d.c. and grief for having been crash. when the president's wrath has betrayed first by someone i been directed at kirstjen thought was my friend and then by a man i thought had cared for me. linsey davis, abc news, new york. nielsen, kelly has stepped in to >> those emotions still so very defend her and specifically said if she goes, i go. raw so many decades after. by the way "the clinton affair" you now the president has someone to replace kelly, so premiers on a & e sunday, that threat doesn't work as well. november 18th at 9:00 p.m. >> tara told me, hey, election when we come back, the creepiest images of "people's" day is over. president trump wants to get sexiest man alive that you'll more aggressive now that democrats are going to be ever see. >> and dave chapelle photo bomber. running the house. expect more hardliners, not "the skinny" is next. dave chapelle photo less, on his staff. we have more on forthcomsen ta . bomber.
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listen on apple podcasts or your favorite podcasting app. kendis? lynda? >> brad, thanks. the trump the network is suing the president demanding the return of white house correspondent jim acosta's press pass. it was stripped after across take refused to hand over the microphone. the case could test whether government officials can attempt to silence a reporter, especially one they don't like. and a group of house democrats is ramping up efforts to keep nancy pelosi from winning a second tenure as speaker. they plan to release a letter this week saying they have the support to stop pelosi's selection. sources tell abc news at least 20 current and incoming democratic lawmakers plan to oppose her on the house floor. pelosi can only afford to lose six votes. and with the holiday season coming up, a child safety lithe wot toys of year. >> the group known as the grinch.
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no, i -- known as watch says the nerf vortex blaster makes the list because the disk it fires could cause injury. >> and on the list, dance time cabbage patch kids because apparently the group says their headbands can be a choking hazard. >> oh, okay. >> but the headband is so cute. >> it is so cute. and she dances. >> and she dances. babies aren't fully developed until at least 39 weeks. >> and a group says the nella pillow pets' sleep time light is dangerous because it has a a healthy baby is worth the wait. really bad name. no, it's -- >> a way too long name. >> potential for choking and battery-related injuries. there are more toys on this list, which we've posted on our website, wnnfans.com. it's amazing that some of the cutest things can be dangers to your kids. >> good to have the warning there. you may want to wait before buying a christmas tree. a study finds the best time to ♪ skinny purchase one is christmas eve. what? that's because then the average price is just under $50.
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♪ just give me the skinny it is time for "the skinny," me, ohosh, when i always buy mine, cyber monday, right after thanksgiving. and it is a bit of a mystery. you remember that doll, that image that we showed you? any guesses on who that is? the average is $30 higher. actually, we like to do it the >> it's a little creepy looking. weekend after thanksgiving when they first get there. okay, we'll give you a hint, he was just named "people's" sexiest man alive last week. the prices are sky-high. >> i do it for valentine's day. >> oh, michael b. jordan. >> no. >> who is that? >> that wouldn't be a very good michael b. jordan. millennials are slamming a new board game aimed right at them. >> it is edris elba. unfortunately there is nothing >> monopoly for millennials. sexy about this. feeling salty just by looking at the cover of the box. it is a doll handcrafted by a it features mr. monopoly taking manufacturer with an $1,100 a selfie wearing a participation price tag. award pinned to his chest and >> that's $1,100? >> y'all, they stealing your holding on to a latte. money. >> oh, my goodness. that's hilarious. >> the game isn't about real estate because as the cover reads, you can't afford to buy why is he so angry in doll form? he's dressed in this beige it anyway. blazer and vest, blue jeans. it almost captures the essence of the british actor. i see what they were trying to instead, you gain experiences, such as a three-day music do. they were trying to give him festival. some swag or smoldering thing but he just looks angry. which is pretty pricey. >> he does. some twitter users responded they can't afford experiences because they're paying overpriced rent. it is freaking out people who this is the pc game, right
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call the doll's devil eyes and there. his bald head. they're li >> wow. >> this was the cards against humanity backlash. the side by side comparison is >> exactly. even more striking. they look absolutely nothing >> the game's tag line, alike. "adulting is hard. you deserve a break from the rat race." >> but still, learn how to buy >> people are saying it looks real estate, millennials. more like montel jordan on the side there. >> or romany malco from "weeds." >> 40-year-old virgin. coming up, "weird science." how the kilogram will no longer be based on the international they're giving him eyebrows that are straight up triangles. prototype kilogram, but rather a unilateral feature, the universe. >> turns out it's the same guy that did the ronaldo sculpture so many years ago. i'll explain it. >> it looks like -- >> yeah, it's very easy to understand. >> yeah, it really is. michelle obama weighs in on next to dave chapelle. the 2020 presidential race. you're watching "world news that comedian happened to be out now." you're watching "world news now." here to tell you and about near the yellow about the colonial penn program. test test tsidof dayton,hele's engagement shoot. he was photo bombing. >> he's like, i'm rick james. so of course he did what so many celebrities do these days, he photo bombed them. the photographer had initially
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>> so many questions here, including who discovered the shrine. >> uh-huh. >> also, how long has it been there? for decades? who put it there and why is ok i'll admit. there a secret room behind a i didn't keep pce le ai would likend hai paper towel dispenser in a men's room at suny purchase in the first place? >> what kind of witchcraftery are they practicing at suny i use heavy duty swiffer sweeper and dusters. purchase? for hard-to-reach places, the shrine. duster makes it easy to clean. it captures dust in one swipe. what devil magic? the shrine is decked out with a ha! gotcha! poster of devito and a small and (new) sweeper heavy duty cloths lock away a twice as much dirt and dust. it gets stuff deep in the grooves other tools can miss. you know what? handwritten placard instructing my place is a lot cleaner now. parishioners to leave offerings. stop cleaning. start swiffering. >> we don't know if danny devito knows about this but i bet you he'd dig it. >> uh-huh. now he's realizing why it felt like somebody's been -- >> poking him. >> exactly. in honor of his 70th birthday celebration, prince charles has been photographed for the first time with his entire dynasty, two sons,
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daughters-in-law, grandchildren. >> prince charles turns 70 today. happy birthday. >> prince charles turns 07 today. happy birthday. a michigan man will spend at least four years in prison for shooting at a black teen who knocked on his door to ask for directions. jeffrey zeigler could serve as much as ten years behind bars for the assault on 14-year-old brennan walker. you see it there, a home security camera recorded the shooting. walker's mother says it's obvious the attack was motivated by race. >> it's not fair for people if there was a button that i could press for me to pick what color i could be, just so i
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wouldn't have to deal with this type of stuff, i would have to be your color so i could survive. >> zeigler claimed his shotgun went off after he tripped, but the video proves he was lying. the retired firefighter apologized during that hearing. for one texas woman, a simple nose job has turned into a fight for her life. >> her family now sharing their nightmare after they say a problem with the anesthesia left this 36-year-old with irreversible brain damage. >> reporter: this morning, a texas woman on life support after a routine surgery went horribly wrong. >> they've told us that she suffered severe brain damage. >> reporter: when 36-year-old laura avila decided to have a simple rhinoplasty procedure, she opted to drive 20 minutes south into mexico to save some money. >> the price, of course, you e clinic and went into the s toa operating room as normal.
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doctors telling her fiance to come back in four hours but avila never got the surgery and her fiance says doctors refused take prilosec otc and take control of heartburn. to let him see her. so you don't have to stash antacids here.... here... >> i was really concerned and i or here. kind of got upset because they kick your antacid habit with prilosec otc. wouldn't let me see her. one pill a day, 24 hours, zero heartburn. >> reporter: after hours of waiting, the awful truth was know what turns me on? finally revealed. my better half, hors d oeuvres and bubbly. >> they injected anesthesia to and when i really want to take it up a notch her spine at the clinic and instead of it flowing down her body, it went to her brain, we use k-y yours & mine. which caused severe swelling. tingling for me, warming for him. >> reporter: doctors say the anesthesia used in the surgery wow! did not work as intended. avila going into cardiac arrest, this holiday season get what you want leaving her with severe brain damage and little hope of recovery. >> we're just shocked and numb and don't want to believe it's true. she will never be our laura again. >> reporter: her family now faced with a terrible decision. >> wfe t know, s still had a lot of fight in her. >> as a family we need to decide whether we want to remove her from life support. >> something they never thought they'd be thinking about, for sure.
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>> especially just after a nose operation she went in for. they say she's opened her eyes and started moving her hands but ♪ if it's meant to bet doctors say they doubt she can ♪ if it's meant to be it will be ♪ actually see them. well, coming up, former ♪ it will be ♪ baby just let to be first lady michelle obama kicks off her book tour. >> what she told our robin roberts about her chances for what's meant to be is to running in 2020. that's next. ext. hear this song at 3:00 p.m. this afternoon still as your earworm -- >> then again at 4:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. >> of course, bebe rexha, florida georgia line, which managed to hold on to the number know what turns me on? one spot on the billboard country charts for not just one, my better half, hors d oeuvres and bubbly. but 50 weeks. >> as we gear up for tonight's and when i really want to take it up a notch cma awards, we're getting a we use k-y yours & mine. closer look at two of country music's biggest hit makers. tingling for me, warming for him. here is abc's robin roberts. wow! this holiday season get what you want >> reporter: so many legendary country careers were launched on tv. this adorable young aussie. that's a 16-year-old keith urban. ♪ i'm on a greyhound
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>> reporter: to miranda lambert and chris young on "nashville star."butoriishe bona fide star-maker for country talent. one of the biggest starts, carrie underwood. ♪ >>kay.that w very goki next round. >> welcome to hollywood, girl. >> the winner of "american idol" 2005 is carrie underwood! >> carrie underwood. >> reporter: recently she was named cmt's artist of the year. >> thank you. >> reporter: and she's getting ready for a tour promoting her sixth studio album "cry pretty." ♪ cry pretty
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>> reporter: for ten years we've seen that carrie underwood has a lot to cry about.f y, tears of gratitude. >> i'm definitely a very blessed person and try to make the most of those blessings and opportunities as they come and god's just been really good to me. >> reporter: as one of country music's biggest talents, keith urban also counts himself among those blessed. >> i just come out ready to michelle obama kicked off play. her book tour with a sit-down at the united center, looking all rock star-esque in chicago with oprah winfrey. i wait around all day to play. that's what i do. >> winfrey asked obama about her >> reporter: keith urban is at life in the white house and her feelings about president trump, but it was earlier yesterday home in brooklyn's barclay with our robin roberts that she center as he is in the -- he's also opened up about who should australia born, new zealand raised and 100% nashville. run for president in 2020. >> what is the message you hope this year keith earned three cma award nominations, album of the resonates most with readers? year, male vocalist of the year and entertainer of the year. >> our thanks to abc's robin roberts. >> that all of our stories >> the 52nd annual cma awards air tonight, 8:00 p.m., right matter, and i think, you know, i talked to a group of whitney young students yesterday and a here on abc. couple of them said, i don't even know why i was picked to be we'll have the full breakdown here to talk to you, because tomorrow morning. >> we'll bring you the full
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that's how a lot of us think. us, i mean women, i mean underrepresented folks, folks who are other. we feel somehow that our stories don't matter and that's because we hear so few stories. the stories of how -- what it means to be human, what it means to be american. those stories are limited and i want people to be as proud of their stories as i am of mine because i believe my story is a quintessential american story, as is all of our stories. >> you really believe that? >> so i hope this book encourages people to tap into their memories and to find who you are and the truth of who they are and to own it and put it out there. >> now we look forward at the next election. >> you're already at the next election. >> 2020.
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2020. i'm looking at you. no, no, no. >> no, no, no. what are you talking about? what's your point?have no desir return to public service like that, but what candidates do you see out there that inspire you and catch your eye? did you hear recently one of hillary clinton's former advisers is speculating that she could run again. do you think she should? >> i, you know, i think at this point everybody's qualified and everybody should run. i might even tap sasha. sasha, you got some free time? i think you'd do a great job. >> are you saying that because of what we currently have? >> what i am saying is that -- >> you went there. >> no, you went there. >> no, you went there. >> no, you went there. you went there. where i am is that right now we should see -- anybody who feels the passion to get in this race, we need them in there. and i think that the process will play itself out. i don't -- i haven't really been paying attention and looking at the candidates. i don't think, you know, i think there is just a lot of noise and
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a lot of talk. it's still pretty early. let's see, you know, who wants to roll up their sleeves and get f great ace. candidates who get in there and good tuesday morning. i'm kendis gibson. treat each other respectfully. >> and i'm lynda lopez. here are some of the top headlines we're following this that's the thing that i'm going extreme weather is in the forecast for the coasts. to be looking out for. like, i don't want people in a new winter storm is moving up either party tearing each other up in the process of getting to the nomination. the atlantic today and low so i'm going -- i'm going to be humidity and gusty winds are fanning a new fire overnight on the west coast. we'll have an update straight ahead. florida's recount battle will extend longer than first thought. looking closely at who handles themselves and each other with dignity and respect so by the time people get to the general, people aren't beat up and battered. so i think this is open to any a judge has given palm beach county until next tuesday to complete its recounting of and everybody who has the ballots. election officials claim it would have been impossible for the county to meet tomorrow's courage to step up and serve. original deadline. the judge's ruling is likely to >> michelle obama there with our robin roberts. some 14,000 people were there at be challenged in court. the united center, by the way, it's orientation week in to -- >> lots of other cities she's going to be visiting coming up. philadelphia, brooklyn, london, d.c., boston. >> it is a book tour unlike any we have seen.inup.
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congress. bringing eight years of republican rule in the house to an end. what's new? and the notorious rbg is working hard to get back on the job. supreme court justice ruth bader ginsburg's plans to resumes workouts next week as she recovers from broken ribs. those are our top stories on icmas. mess.. for hydration on the go. and our breakthrough brightening eye cream. good wednesday morning, everyone. we're going to start with that boosted with vitamin c. major winter storm that is bearing down on the eastern u.s. get your new beauty fix. >> the heavy rain will begin only by olay. this evening in the south with flood watches for georgia and the carolinas. gimme one minute... and i'll tell you some important things to know about medicare. and what may be a nor'easter will move up into the mid-atlantic region tomorrow and change into snow as it continues further north. first, it doesn't pay for everything. >> but a storm earlier this week on a similar path is already say this pizza is your part b medical expenses. this much - about 80% - making it look like winter in places in northern new england. what's left, you have to pay for that. in colbrook, new hampshire. look at these scenes. that's where an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, accuweather's paul williams has more details. good morning, paul. >> good morning, lynda, kendis. well, here it comes, let's talk insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company comes in. about timing. wednesday, thursday, going into y some of what medicare doesn't. supplement insurance plan,
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♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ it's time now for "weird science." here's the kind of thing you want science to be used for. scientists apparently want to use lasers to guide aliens to earth. >> what? who? >> what could go wrong. a new paper published in the astrophysical journal that says scientists could feasibly build an infrared laser that is hot and bright enough if you shine it at exoplanets that alien astronomers should be able to detect it with their sky-watching technology even if it's not too much more advanced than our own. >> the harvard study that showed aliens did visit earth last year. >> that's right. sliding down that little laser slide right there, apparently. coming right into earth. so here's proof not all
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heros wear capes. italian physicists have perfected the perfect pizza equation here. ideal conditions could be baked to perfection in precisely two minutes. in a brick oven heated to 625 degrees for two minutes. that's it. and one corner the heat generates uniformly through the walls in the stone oven and that's how you make the perfect pizza. >> i hoped they would give me the ingredients and exact amounts. >> there is that. making the dough at that temperature makes it taste like -- in the meantime, there was also another big scientific news to tell you about. >> yeah, this is a big one. >> yeah, it is. so the kilogram, which, of course, was the only unit of measurement on a physical object left will now be based on planck's constant, a universal
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figure that relates the energy. one quantum electromagnetic radiation. >> because you didn't know that kendis gibson had a phd in mathematics. >> no. just in case understandably that might confuse you, this will help. here it is. >> here we go. >> this lays it all out here for you. the planck constant you see. times the jewel five. do you see what we're seeing? >> i completely get it now. how could you miss it? >> nailed that. >> basically, it's a little weight and it was a kilogram.s die. is that what it means? >> you bet it does. >> all right. happy news on this wednesday.
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this morning on "world news now," a first from the first lady. >> melania trump is getting into politics in a way she hasn't before, calling for a top presidential adviser to be fired. as we learn about other possible departures, even the chief of staff. there are new flare ups on the front lines of those massive california wildfires as hundreds of people remain missing. we find out when those crews can expect the winds to die down. plus, a family demanding answers after a security guard holding a suspect was shot and killed by police. that security guard was a new dad who hoped to become an officer himself one day. and later -- ♪ welcome to my house >> it is the lates we're heading to my house. it is wednesday, november 14th. ♪ show me what you do now ♪ we don't have to go out
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from abc"wldnow." >> we introduce the cameras to my home for the very first time. >> quite the wine cellar there, i notice. >> it is. it is. don't get any ideas. >> i was just noting. >> but, you know, you guys are all welcome to come over. >> i kind of can't wait to see what this is all about. >> that would be great. >> you know what? it's taken two years for me to say it's okay, but we'll get to that. but we're going to start this half hour with that stunning move from the first lady, publicly calling for the dismissal of a senior white house official. >> shortly after deputy national security adviser mira ricardel appeared at an event with the president, melania trump's office made it clear she wants ricardel out. sources say they clashed last month over the first lady's trip to africa. abc's jonathan karl has the details. >> reporter: first lady melania trump asserting herself like
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never before in the west wing publicly called for deputy national security adviser mira ricardel to be fired. it is the position of the office of the first lady she no longer deserves the honor of serving in this white house. mrs. trump's spokeswoman said in a statement. that came less than an hour after ricardel was seen smiling right over the president's shoulder at a west wing event. white house sources tell abc news the first lady first became irritated with ricardel in the planning of her trip to africa last month. on that trip the first lady told abc's tom llamas that there are some on the president's team that she does not trust and she lets him know. >> it's very difficult sometimes because i'm so busy with my office, i don't get involved with the west wing. >> you think there are still people there that he can't trust? >> yes. >> still working now? >> yes. >> reporter: the first lady is very publicly getting involved, but as of now mira ricardel
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still has a job. and there are other potential departures. several white house officials tell abc news that they believe homeland security secretary kirstjen nielsen could be fired in the coming weeks and that if she goes, her ally, chief of staff john kelly, would likely go as well. jonathan karl, abc news, the white house. and now to the deepening tragedy in california, and breaking news, a new fire erupting in san bernardino county. >> these hills are on fire, literally, near a neighborhood in the city of fontana. these are some live pictures we're getting from the overnight hours here. you get a good sense of how close those flames are to a residential area there. >> right by the hill >> yeah, it is a pretty populated area. as the camera pans over there, you can see how intense the flames are. >> we're hearing that people are evacuating from that area right now. >> uh-huh. it is right at the foothill of a subdivision. this, of course, is one of the many fires we've had.
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we're learning there are six new wildfire-related deaths to report this morning, bringing the statewide total to 50. more now from abc's natalie brunel. >> reporter: firefighters taking no chances as ferocious new flames explode in the woolsey fire tuesday morning. >> the terrain is too steep. you can't get hand crews in here. >> reporter: just ten miles away, evacuation orders finally lifting. homeowners returning here to calabasas to see what's left of their homes. melanie shot this video of the same street as the inferno whipped fireballs at her property. she's counting her blessings her home was spared. >> i really thought we lost it. when we pulled away from here, we thought it was burning to the ground. >> reporter: to the north, the camp fire has wiped out entire towns, claiming dozens of lives. hundreds remain unaccounted for as cadaver dogs scour the ruins. many more are grateful to have survived the state's deadliest and most destructive fire on record. >> there are like explosions everywhere.
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oh, my god, people's tires are popping. >> reporter: abc's will carr met michelle and daniel simmons who barely escaped the flames with their four kids. >> there was a woman running on the side of the road with her baby. >> do you know if she made it? >> we don't know. >> reporter: the entire simmons family, more than 50 people, all losing their homes. >> it's that fine line between being so incredibly grateful to be alive and just so, so sad because, you know, that was our life. >> reporter: officials expect the death toll in the camp fire to climb even higher and they say the painstaking process of searching the rubble for bodies could take weeks. kendis? lynda? >> the desperate search going on there in california. our thanks to natalie. well, the california firefighters will finally get some help from the weather next week. >> but first, let's get the immediate forecast from accuweather's paul williams. good morning, paul.
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>> good morning, lynda, kendis. we still have parched conditions for the southwest and california. the winds still causing problems of power outages, extreme fire danger, reduced visibility and less windy to the north. that's going to help. mother nature will finally kick in some help with marine air returning in southern california that will aid in the fire fighting effort. sets the stage for a storm on thursday with big time problems throughout the entire northeast. look at the amounts of snow, up to 6 to 12 inches in some areas. lynda? kendis? >> paul, thank you so much. in other news, an explosive first day in the trial of an alleged mexican drug lord joaquin "el chapo" guzman. his attorney claims he is the scapegoat for another drug cartel leader who remains free prosecutors tell the jurors the case comes down to money, drugs and murder. the trial is expected to last four months. and a man with alleged links to the pittsburgh synagogue
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gunman is being held on federal gun charges in washington, d.c. jeffrey clark jr. was connected to robert bowers through a social network. family members alerted about his activities online and alleged drug use. he was arrested for illegally possessing firearms and being held without bond. hard to believe this headline comes in 2018 america. hate crimes are up in the u.s. for the third consecutive year, led by anti-semitism. the fbi says the 17% increase is the biggest since 2001. hate crimes targeting jews rose 37% last year but there were more incidents against black people than for any other group. the tsa is projecting as many as 3 million flyers each day of the long holiday weekend. one airline trade group says 158,000 seats are being added to the marketplace each day to meet the demand. the busiest days are expected to
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be, of course, the day before thanksgiving and the sunday after. okay. so the uk's case of that "friends" look-alike has been solved. >> you may remember that david schwimmer clone that was caught on camera stealing beer in england a few weeks ago. all that talk about him looking like ross from "friends" prompted the real ross, david schwimmer, to post a prank video saying that it wasn't him. >> now officers say they have cracked the case, not like the case of beer, but they've cracked the case. >> they might have cracked that open, too. >> as well. they sent this message by twitter. a 36-year-old man was arrested last night on suspicion of theft. thank you for the support, especially david schwimmer. >> because he brought it a lot of attention. >> he did. i want to see the mugshot of the dude. >> now we have to know, does he look exactly like ross from "friends?" >> schwimmer hasn't replied to the thanks as yet. a doppelganger. >> uncanny.
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maybe it's ross from when it was actually airing. coming up, another case of unsportsmanlike conduct. the brawl that broke out among parents after a youth football game involving 5-year-olds. how it all ended. and for the first time ever, kendis giving us an exclusive look in what he says is his very own home. >> we going home. >> it's the latest installment of "lifestyles of the rich and kendis." you're watching "world news now." now." installment of "lifestyles of the rich and kendis."
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a huge crash involving a tractor trailer shut down a major highway in santa cruz, california. 21 vehicles were involved. at least one caught fire. 11 people were injured. at least three of them critically. police say the rig slammed into the cars after its brakes failed. a california mother and father want the fbi to get involved after their son was stabbed to death in mexico. >> 27-year-old taylor meyer was killed last week in playa del carmen in what's described as a mugging that turned deadly. his parents believe that mexico is covering up details so tourists aren't scared away. they want the fbi to oversee the investigation. hootindeh a security guard by a police officer just outside of chicago. >> the family of that guard is now suing the police officer as
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well as the town itself. here is abc's erielle reshef. >> justice for jemel. justice for jemel. >> reporter: growing calls for justice after the shooting of the security guard jemel roberson. >> he was one of the good guys. had it not been for jemel roberson, there would have been absolute carnage. >> reporter: the family of the 26-year-old filing a lawsuit against the officer who gunned him down and the village of midlothian in illinois. >> shots fired in the parking lot. >> reporter: witnesses say roberson, an armed bouncer at a bar, had pinned down a shooting suspect until officers arrived when one of them opened fire. >> the police officer just saw a black man. >> reporter: that officer is on administrative leave. roberson, a musician at local churches, was a new dad who hoped to one day be a police officer. >> and while the incident is
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still under investigation, the police department says they are an active shooter. erielle reshef, abc news, new york. >> tragic story. >> yeah, it is. so sad. some disturbing scenes following a youth football game in georgia. coaches and parents from opposing teams of 5-year-olds fought each other. even as the children were shaking hands after the game. >> wow. one witness said someone involved in the brawl pulled out a gun. luckily no shots were fired. that witness claims when police arrived most of the people who were fighting had already left. no word on any arrests in that case. come on. and coming up, how the other half lives. by the other half we mean kendis gibson. >> yep. i'll be taking our "world news now" cameras for the first time, a guided tour of my very own home in this edition of "lifestyles of the rich and kendis." quite a scene. that's next on "world news now."
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♪ welcome to my house baby take control now ♪
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♪ we can't even slow down ♪ we don't have to go out. you have like e.t. arms. >> i do. like eat a burger, fella. >> well, the reason we're showing you that is because if there is one thing that new yorkers love to talk about, it's real estate. >> especially nice if you have your own really nice slice of new york. and now for the first time i've decided, come on, everybody, to finally invite our "world news now" cameras into my little corner of the world. this is how i've been living. ♪ ♪ >> what's up, abc? welcome to my crib. this is my original door. 600 pounds, 4 inches thick and i might be from belize, but this is my african crest. come on in. welcome to my foyer. if i knew y'all were coming i would be dressed up. whatever, it's my house.
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i wear whatever i want to wear. look at that view. baller. strahan, eat your heart out. this is one of my nine fireplaces here. beautiful, right? that's a replica of my tattoo. it's compassed so i can find my way around this big ass house. this is one of my four kitchens. this is where i call seamless from. so, yeah, that's why we call it "all view." time to check out the master bedroom suite. the whole house is 23,000 square feet. voila. there is where it all happens. actually, i'm kidding. nothing really happens here, but this is the master bedroom. wow.
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can't beat this view, can you? yeah, this is the life. all right, abc "world news now," it's been real having you inside my house, but y'all have to get out. you can go anywhere but you can't stay here, all right? get out. go home. >> okay, kendis. are you done playing house? >> cut. cut. >> are you ready for the real tour? >> do i have to put some clothes on? >> i think that might be a good idea. >> okay. sorry. >> now that you've seen the grand foyer thanks to your tour, the house is called "all view" because you really experience views from all rooms. >> you can see california. you have london. >> okay, well, let's not palin it. >> russia. >> and you can actually see russia from land. >> so this is the formal library. everyone really seems to appreciate when they come to visit this house is the scale and the historical details that really you just can't build this
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anymore. >> yeah. >> hold on. are you serious? busted. this has been here since the 1890s. >> this has been here since the 1890s? >> this is the original gold leaf banister. >> this room, what is this room? >> this room is coined as the mandela room because nelson mandela visited this home all through the '90s. from my experience, people wanting to buy a house with a soul -- >> yeah. >> -- seems to be really -- this is a good choice. so over time -- >> oh, my god. this is my favorite room! >> it's been used both as a billiard room and also as a wine tasting. >> look at all the wine. >> he's a happy camper. there is a movie theater. >> it's like a tunnel. whoa. >> come on. >> look at this. what's on the screen?
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>> so it's probabl >> so how would you like to host your next birthday at this pool outside? >> we're having a pool party. >> pool party! >> i just need some friends. ♪ it's a party in the usa >> one more trick. >> what is that? >> come on. >> clap on, clap off. >> voila. >> of course. of course there are dancing fountains. >> dancing fountains. >> it's like the bellagio. >> all yours for 18.95. >> for 18.95. >> kendis, you -- >> why can't i get it up? >> i'm not going to answer that question. >> if i had a dime for every time that question was asked. props to mark, our floor manager, whose idea that was for the house. >> to find that house. >> yes. the house is under contract now. >> oh, someone bought it? >> yes, for 18 million. how the other half lives.
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it is time for "the mix" and we are going to it is time for "the mix" and we are going to start in western pennsylvania where fans of the steelers, they got a little preview of steeler country. the brand-new amusement themed roller coaster as well as park. there it is. >> a steelers roller coaster? >> yeah. this is in kennywood. >> black and gold. >> when completed, the coaster will reach speeds of 75 miles an hour, includes nine inversions. >> i hate these simulations because i hate roller coasters and i don't want to feel like i'm on one. ah! >> it's a very realistic simulation as well. steeler country will feature restaurants called "the end zone." tailgate patio. the bathrooms will feature the terrible towels. >> are you sure?
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>> it will open in 2019. who wants a road trip? >> let's go. i'm not getting on the roller coaster. >> i say why don't we down a few i.c. lights and get on the coaster. >> something a little more my speed. >> all right. >> we have one of the world's most rare pink diamonds. this is very cool. it just sold for a world-record price, $50 million as auction, which makes it -- it's so pretty. look at it. a record price per carat because it weighs in at just under 19 carats and went for $50 million. it was bought by u.s. brand harry winston at an auction in geneva. it's cool. it was once owned by the oppenheimer family, that's the de beers people. it went up for auction and they were saying it's one of the world's greatest diamonds. i agree. jared?you wouldn't find thist >> not so much. >> even if you went to jared. >> right. >> okay.
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all right. to russia now. you have these pedestrian bridges, they are meant for pedestrians, but how do you get around it, you know? >> i don't know. >> so a pedestrian tries to cross a vehicle only bridge, rather, but they try to do it very coyly. >> those are people inside the box? what are they doing? >> they are dressed as a bus trying to cross this vehicles only bridge in russia. >> uh-oh. here come the popo. >> the popo are like, i was born at night, but it wasn't last night. we know that is not a bus. >> people walking. that is kind of hilarious. all right. something super, super cute to show you now. this is the world's oldest platypus. on her bir novemr th -- was she 44 years old? sorry, 25 years old. just getting a couple of scratches.
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breaking right now, a new fire erupts in southern california. fire crews giving it all they have as homeowners evacuate. the state's largest fires are still not contained. our team's on the front lines. first lady melania trump is expressing her feelings about a top adviser to the president, saying she wants her out but there could be other departures from the west wing. the new signs this morning. and new this half hour, monica lewinsky with her new revelations about her affair with president bill clinton. >> what she says that she would tell hillary clinton if she saw her today. and what you may have never known about danny devito. there is a secret shrine to him in a college men's room. he may not know about it either. that's coming up in "the skinny." it's wednesday, november 14th.
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from abc news, this is "world news now." that's an interesting place for or's fast-mong bshir a new on has eru overnight in california. these are some of the live images we're getting at this hour. it's burning out of control. this is off the 15 freeway in san bernardino county. some backyards are on fire. people have been spotted packing up their cars. police are knocking on doors at this hour trying to desperately get residents to evacuate. the high winds there are fanning the flames. we've been watching these images just in the last few hours. >> just grow in the last few hours. >> yeah, this is right next there to a subdivision so you can understand why those people are quickly trying to get out. >> being urged to rush out of the homes. this latest blaze follows the uptick in the death toll.
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abc's will carr has more from thern californ. terrains o steep. you can't get handreattackg ne r a week of intense fighting firsthand, firefighters taking no chances. the camp fire north of sacramento, hundreds still missing, many more grateful to be alive. >> there's like explosions everywhere. oh, my god. people's tires are popping. >> reporter: michelle and daniel simmons and their four kids barely escaped the flames. >> it's okay, you guys. just keep going, baby. keep going. >> there was a woman on the side of the road running with her baby. >> do you know if she made it? >> we don't know. >> reporter: simmons' entire family, more than 50 people losing their homes. >> it's that fine line of being so incredibly grateful to be alive and just so, so sad because, you know, that was our
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life. >> everybody i know lost everything. it's real sad. >> reporter: brad weldon one of the only residents still in paradise. his house amazingly still standing in a neighborhood reduced to ash. >> i don't know if i was brave enough or stupid enough but we stayed and fought it. mom wouldn't have left even if i wanted her to. she's 90 years old and blind. >> reporter: tens of thousands displaced. >> glad you're good. >> at this makeshift tent city, a family of 19 reunited. a healing moment for a community scarred by disaster. >> with destruction already all across california, there is no rain in the forecast until at least next week. there is a red flag warning in effect for southern california through wednesday and there is thick smothering smoke all across the state. in paradise, california, will carr, abc news. >> it is hell in paradise, no doubt there. >> let's get to the immediate forecast. >> accuweather's paul williams has the details.
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good morning, paul. >> good morning, kendis, lynda. still gusty winds causing problems with the fires throughout southern california. reduced visibility. there will be help on the way courtesy of mother nature when the marine air returns, we will have increased humidity. that will at least help out a little bit. unusually cold air in the northeast sets the stage for icing to occur all the way to roanoke, virginia. there could be 12 inches of snow in some areas of the northeast. kendis? lynda? >> early snowfall for many people in the northeast. paul, thank you. now to the extraordinary power play, first lady melania trump breaking protocol in dramatic fashion. the first lady publicly calling for the dismissal of a top administration official shortly after that same person right there on the right made an appearance with the president. what's going on here?here's abc >> reporter: melania trump is known for being notoriously private, but on tuesday the first lady publicly asserted
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himself in a way that she never has before. taking aim at a key player on the president's west wing staff, the first lady called for the firing of deputy national security adviser mira ricardel. it's position of the office of the first lady that she no longer deserves the honor of serving in this white house. the first lady's spokesperson said in a written statement. the statement came less than an hour after ricardel was seen smiling over the president's shoulder at a white house event. white house sources tell abc news the first lady became irritated with ricardel over the planning of her africa trip last month and she felt that ricardel treated her staff with disrespect. i'm jonathan karl, abc news, washington. >> president trump is said to be considering more possible departures from the white house. homeland security secretary kirstjen nielsen could be fired in the coming weeks according to several white house officials but her departure may be delayed because there is no obvious successor in place. sources also say chi
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nielson leaves the administration. over the summer, we reported that kelly had accepted the president's request to remain in his position through 2020. there is a bit of finger pointing that is happening at the white house. the president says it was the secret service to blame for his not going to the world war i cemetery in france last saturday. his chief of staff john kelly and the chairman of the joint chiefs went in trump's place. the press secretary said the president couldn't fly to the ceremony because of the weather at the time. other world leaders made it there. and that driving would have caused too much disruption. there's been a major break in the horrific killing of eight members of the same ohio family. police say the 2016 crime appears to have marked the end of a violent feud. now four members of another family are under arrest. here is abc's pierre thomas. >> reporter: it was the mystery that shocked rural pike county, ohio. eight members of the same family brutally murdered in four
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different locations. >> i just found my cousin with a gunshot wound. >> okay. sir, was he alive? >> no. >> reporter: the family slain execution-style in 2016. some fatally shot in their own beds. the youngest 16 years old. the killer sparing only a toddler and two infants. evidence of a horrific family feud. george wagner, his wife angela and their sons george and edward accused of murder. >> they did this quickly, coldly, calmly and very carefully. but not carefully enough. >> reporter: police calling it one of the most extensive investigations in the state's history. as for motive, authorities pointing to a possible child custody dispute between the two families. all four accused family members were arrested without incident. they all face the death penalty if convicted. pierre thomas, abc news, washington. a teenager from new jersey who disappeared after an argument with his parents about grades has been found safe.
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thomas kolding was missing for two weeks. >> the 15-year-old was seen at a train station and in philadelphia after he ran away from home. it's unclear where else he may have traveled. new jersey officials aren't saying where kolding was found. a new jersey man in the meantime discovered a big bug in his video home security system. >> no, actually a bug. bryan fitzwater has a smart doorbell which is supposed to recognize visitors at his front door and when a stranger shows up, it sends live video to his phone. >> a praying mantis triggered the system. the doorbell didn't recognize the insect so it sent brian a video. the mantis was a little too close to the camera. it wound up looking like something from the godzilla movie. it kind of does. it's creepy. it's breathing down fire. >> like a little alien showed up at your door. by the way, those smart doorbells are really good if they're picking up the praying
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mantis. >> yeah. so don't worry. it will catch your teenager if she tries to sneak out. >> right, ect and coming up, what monica lewinsky says she woulte hiclinton if she ever has the chance. and later in the skinny, who do you think this doll looks like? >> like kendis gibson? >> kind of. just wait until you hear who it's supposed to be. huh. you're watching "world news now."
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mayhem in a southern california mcdonald's. police say a woman walked into this santa ana restaurant's employee area looking for ketchup. when the manager told her to leave, investigators say she kicked, punched and choked him. he's recovering. the suspect, though, is still on the loose. well, as many as 20 people were injured when a car plowed into a social security office in southern new jersey. >> police believe it was a mistake by the 56-year-old driver who may have been trying to park the car in egg harbor township. they say instead she accelerated. >> most of the injuries were
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minor but one person was taken to the hospital in critical condition. >> here's a car plowing through all those rows of chairs and people flying. chairs flying. before i know it, the car is under my rib. it was mass chaos. >> so first responders removed two children from the car in their child seats. that social security office will not be open, understandably, today. now to monica lewinsky's new interview as she opens up about new details about her affair with president clinton. >> this morning what she now says she would say to hillary clinton if she saw her today. here's abc's linsey davis. >> reporter: it was the affair that could have brought down a presidency. >> i kind of looked into the open doorway and bill happened to be standing there, and he motioned me in. i don't think my heart had ever beat as fast. unbeknownst to me, i was on the precipice of the rabbit hole. >> reporter: monica lewinsky, now 45, says even though reliving the ordeal for a new a
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& e docuseries is traumatic, it's important if it helps another young person make better decisions. >> i felt terrible. i was scared and i just -- i was mortified and afraid of what this was going to do to my family and -- you know, i still was in love with bill at the time. >> reporter: and in a new "vanity fair" article, lewinsky talks about remorse and sympathy for hillary clinton, saying if she were to see hillary clinton in person today, she would tell her directly how very sorry i am. when it comes to bill clinton, she says she's disappointed. this is what he said just months ago when asked does he owe lewinsky an apology. >> no. i do -- i do not -- i have never talked to her, but i did say publically on more than one occasion that i was sorry. >> reporter: lewinsky says it's her belief that bill clinton
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should want to apologize. i'm less disappointed by him and more disappointed for him. he would be a better man for it and we in turn a better society. part of what lewinsky says she regrets is she became "that" woman. she says part of what motivated her to do this docuseries was grief for the pain i had caused others and during my time in d.c. and grief for having been betrayed first by someone i thought was my friend and then by a man i thought had cared for me. linsey davis, abc news, new york. >> those emotions still so very raw so many decades after. by the way "the clinton affair" premiers on a & e sunday, november 18th at 9:00 p.m. when we come back, the creepiest images of "people's" sexiest man alive that you'll ever see. >> and dave chapelle bomber. "the skinny" is next. "the skinny" is next. dave chapelle photo bomber.
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kinn♪nny ♪ just give me the skinny it is time for "the skinny," and it is a bit of a mystery. you remember that doll, that image that we showed you? any guesses on who that is? >> it's a little creepy looking.
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okay, we'll give you a hint, he was just named "people's" sexiest man alive last week. >> oh, michael b. jordan. >> no. >> who is that? >> that wouldn't be a very good michael b. jordan. >> it is edris elba. unfortunately there is nothing sexy about this. it is a doll handcrafted by a manufacturer with an $1,100 price tag. >> that's $1,100? >> y'all, they stealing your money. >> oh, my goodness. why is he so angry in doll form? he's dressed in this beige blazer and vest, blue jeans. it almost captures the essence of the british actor. i see what they were trying to do. they were trying to give him some swag or smoldering thing >> he does. looks angry. it is freaking out people who call the doll's devil eyes and his bald head. they're like why. the side by side comparison is even more striking. they look absolutely nothing alike. >> people are saying it looks
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more like montel jordan on the side there. >> or romany malco from "weeds." >> 40-year-old virgin. they're giving him eyebrows that are straight up triangles. >> turns out it's the same guy that did the ronaldo sculpture so many years ago. >> it looks like -- next to dave chapelle. that comedian happened to be out and about near the yellow springs brewery in ohio, just outside of dayton, when he stumbled right into a couple's engagement shoot. he was photo bombing. >> he's like, i'm rick james. so of course he did what so many celebrities do these days, he photo bombed them. the photographer had initially asked him, chapelle, earlier if he wanted to join them in a photo but he declined. he had a second thought after all of that. >> here's what's funny to me about these pictures. i don't know if you saw the first one.
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>> uh-huh. >> they're sitting outside like it's summer. he's in short sleeves. she's got a belly shirt on and dave is dressed like it's 29 degrees. >> that's like canada goose. >> a big puffy coat. he was cold that day. not the newlyweds. they're drinking. they're fine. >> it's because when you're in love -- >> everything's warm out. >> -- everything's warm and rosy. >> they're fine. >> or so i'm told. next to something truly bizarre involving actor danny devito. >> students at purchase college just outside new york city stumbled upon what appears to be a secret room. but here's the crazy part, the entrance to this room is hidden behind a bathroom paper towel dispenser. >> that alone is weird enough. but look closely. inside that little graffiti-covered room, in the corner is what appears to be a shrine dedicated to danny devito. >> so many questions here, including who discovered the shrine. >> uh-huh. >> also, how long has it been there? for decades? who put it there and why is there a secret room behind a paper towel dispenser in a men's
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room at suny purchase in the first place? >> what kind of witchcraftery are they practicing at suny purchase? the shrine. what devil magic? the shrine is decked out with a poster of devito and a small handwritten placard instructing parishioners to leave offerings. >> we don't know if danny devito knows about this but i bet you he'd dig it. >> uh-huh. now he's realizing why it felt like somebody's been -- >> poking him. >> exactly. in honor of his 70th birthday celebration, prince charles has been photographed for the first time with his entire dynasty, two sons, daughters-in-law, grandchildren. >> prince charles turns 70 today. happy birthday. >> prince charles turns 07 today. happy birthday.
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be ♪ by just let to be ♪ what's meant to be is to hear this song at 3:00 p.m. this afternoon still as your earworm -- >> then again at 4:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. >> of course, bebe rexha, florida georgia line, which managed to hold on to the number one spot on the billboard country charts for not just one, but 50 weeks. >> as we gear up for tonight's cma awards, we're getting a closer look at two of country music's biggest hit makers. here is abc's robin roberts. >> reporter: so many legendary country careers were launched on tv. this adorable young aussie. that's a 16-year-old keith urban. ♪ i'm on a greyhound >> reporter: to miranda lambert and chris young on "nashville star." but today "american idol" is the bona fide star-maker for country talent. one of the biggest starts, carrie underwood.
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♪ >> reporter: but before her reign, she was just another kid waiting in line aching for that big break. ♪ here in the dark >> okay. that was very good. >> yes. >> carrie, you're through to the next round. >> welcome to hollywood, girl. >> the winner of "american idol" 2005 is carrie underwood! >> carrie underwood. >> reporter: recently she was named cmt's artist of the year. >> thank you. >> reporter: and she's getting ready for a tour promoting her sixth studio album "cry pretty." ♪ cry pretty >> reporter: for ten years we've seen that carrie underwood has a lot to cry about. tears of sorrow, tears of toy, tears of gratitude. >> i'm definitely a very blessed person and try to make the most of those blessings and
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opportunities as they come and god's just been really good to me. >> reporter: as one of country music's biggest talents, keith urban also counts himself among those blessed. eady to play. i wait around all day to play. that's what i do. >> reporter: keith urban is at home in brooklyn's barclay center as he is in the global arena. he's australia born, new zealand raised and 100% nashville. this year keith earned three cma award nominations, album of the year, male vocalist of the year and entertainer of the year. >> our thanks to abc's robin roberts. >> the 52nd annual cma awards air tonight, 8:00 p.m., right here on abc. we'll have the
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