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>> woman: the following is a paid presentation for the nuwave precision induction cooktop, brought to you by the makers of the number-one-selling nuwave oven. >> announcer: when you turn on your cooktop, do you really know what the temperature is? no-- you're just guessing. are you too busy to watch what you're cooking? tired of all that burnt food going to waste? worried about your kids getting burned or a loved one starting a fire in the kitchen? well, those problems are a thing of the past. introducing the revolutionary
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nuwave, the leader in portable induction cooking technology. the nuwave heats up twice as fast, uses up to 70% less energy and is safer than any cooktop. best of all, the nuwave is the only portable cooktop that gives you precise temperature control with the simple press of a button. professional chefs create great-tasting meals by maintaining the precise temperature for the perfect amount of time. well, now you can get professional results too, with the nuwave precision induction cooktop. >> the key to great food is knowing how to control the temperatures of what you're cooking. >> now the p.i.c. is allowing people at home to cook like you can in a restaurant. >> i know that when i turn it on that temperature, it's going to be that temperature. there's no guessing. >> announcer: not only does the nuwave give you precise temperature control, it heats up twice as fast as an electric cooktop. >> i put the water in the pan and turned around and the next thing i knew, it was boiling. >> what amazes me about p.i.c. is how quickly it will heat up. induction technology is just
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there's no flame to catch fire, hot coils to burn you, the nuwave precision induction cooktop is the safest cooktop ever invented. look what happens with this egg: the pan is hot, but the cooktop is not. that's the magic of induction cooking. make pasta in half the time. melt butter with no chance of it burning. melt chocolate to creamy perfection. make sauces with perfect temperature control. >> it's small, it's efficient, it's clean and it's safe. >> announcer: and because it's portable, you can take it anywhere, so it's perfect for buffets and outdoor parties. to tell you more, let's join bob warden and jenny repko at the nuwave test kitchen in chicago. >> let me ask you, do you hate boil-overs and the mess they make in the kitchen? do you hate burnt grilled cheese sandwiches or shriveled-up bacon? >> what about over-fried chicken that's all greasy, or dried-out oatmeal, overdone pork chops or charred steak? >> well, what if i was to tell you that instead, you could now have perfect grilled cheese
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evenly every single time? >> all that cheese is melted in there, so delicious. >> perfectly melted. and i could have perfectly grilled steaks set at 350 degrees that give me a perfect medium rare steak or however you like it and it's never going to burn. perfect pork chops, and not only pork chops... >> right, salmon, grilled vegetables, sausage, perfect every time. >> what if i told you, when you fried your chicken, it was going to be fried at the perfect temperature of 375, gently, perfectly, crispy, never soaking up too much oil. >> that's hard to do. >> in fact, that's the problem with the old stovetops, whether it's gas or electric-- you can turn it up and down, but because you don't have precise control, you're going to get boil-overs. because you don't have precise control, you're going to burn the cereal on the bottom from time to time. and because you don't have precise temperature control, you can't help but burn a steak or a pork chop on your stove. you see, you're not the bad cook in the kitchen. the stovetop is the bad cook in the kitchen. >> that's right, and those days
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thanks to the fine folks here at nuwave, makers of the number-one-selling countertop oven in the world. >> well, they've done it again. you're looking at the new wave in stovetop cooking. now, this ingenious invention will make your life a whole lot easier in the kitchen and a whole lot shorter and a lot more fun. we're going to show you how and why every meal-- breakfast, snacks, lunch, dinner, grilled steaks, fondues and buffets-- every time. because now, for the first time, you can precisely control the cooking temperature. >> announcer: now you can live well for less with the nuwave precision induction cooktop. it's the most energy-efficient way to cook. the nuwave p.i.c. uses induction technology. the secret is an internal series of copper coils. these coils generate a magnetic field within your metal pots and pans. the magnetic field causes invisible molecules to begin vibrating rapidly, creating
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heats the food. >> one of my passions are butter sauces. and one of the challenges of cooking a butter sauce is that if you get it too hot, you know, over 135 degrees, it breaks down. if you get it too cool, it congeals. the beauty of the nuwave p.i.c. is that i can control the temperature exactly and keep the sauce for an extended period of time. that's such an added bonus for a professional cook and a home cook. >> let me show you this unusual pan. bob, what did we do here? >> well, we actually cut a pan and cut a section out, because in here you can see we have cereal rapidly boiling, right? >> boiling away. >> i can put my hand right there. >> it's amazing. move your hand. i'm going to put an ice cube right there. it's not melting. >> because all of the energy is going into cooking your food. there's nothing wasted anywhere outside of the pan, so this is perfectly cool. so wipe that ice cube off there. >> o.k., i've got a cloth right here. watch this, i'll take this ice cube, wipe it up. i'm using a paper towel
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there's no fire, there's no flame, so it's so safe. >> and the minute you put the pan back on it starts boiling right again. >> wow. >> now, because we're cooking without fire, jenny, i'm going to take a sheet of play money and put it between the p.i.c. and the pan. instantly it starts boiling again. >> have you ever seen anything like that? cooking through paper? >> so now we're cooking far more efficiently, we're saving 40- to 50% of the energy. >> right. >> isn't that amazing? >> announcer: seeing is believing. look what happened when the nuwave p.i.c. was put to the test on the streets of san francisco. >> all right, this is gonna blow your mind. this is the precision induction cooktop, and it is portable, eco-friendly and it saves you a lot of money, saves you a lot of time. >> wow. >> cooking time is cut in half. do you see that the water's boiling there? >> yeah. >> the great thing about induction cooking is it only heats the part of the pot that is magnetic, so everything else stays cool, so watch this. ah! [group exclaims] o.k., everybody, put your hands on it. >> isn't it hot?
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magnetic part of the pot. this is at 110. you can leave it at 110 and it won't get gloppy, it won't get stale, it won't harden. >> and you don't have to be a big chef to cook. like, i don't have time to cook. this would be great. >> exactly-- this makes you look like an actual good chef. it's temperature-controlled, so i pop my fried chicken right in there and i know exactly what temperature it's at, and you know if you go down one, 10 degrees, boom, drops just like that. can you do that on a gas range? >> absolutely not. >> no. >> not at all. >> this is temperature-controlled so you don't overcook it, you don't undercook it. >> i love the temperature control-- that can cook meat without drying it out. >> man: mmm! >> that's amazing! >> what do you think? >> nice and crispy. >> you can fry, you can simmer, you can steam, you can fondue, you can do everything with this-- i love it. >> it's amazing-- i've never seen anything like it. >> i love that if you take the top... the pot off of the top, it stops and that the handles were cool. that's really amazing. >> and you know what the great thing is, you guys? it's portable. you can take this whole thing over to the table, plop it down and it will stay at 110 right
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and you can dip all day. dip, dip, dip, everybody dip. and the best part about it? you can grill on the table. >> man: oh... >> what do you think about that? >> mmm... >> so it's raining outside, it's the middle of winter, you still get grilled food. will it change the way you cook at home? >> group: yes. >> the p.i.c. makes everything so simple. >> it looks like you ordered it from a restaurant. >> it does look like i ordered it from a restaurant. that's because i'm a good cook now with the p.i.c. [laughter] >> announcer: introducing the revolutionary precision induction cooktop from nuwave, the leader in portable induction cooking technology. the nuwave heats up twice as fast, uses up to 70% less energy and is safer than any cooktop. best of all, the nuwave is the only portable cooktop that gives you precise temperature control with the simple press of a button. >> it takes the human error out of cooking. there's no more guesswork in what temperature you're cooking at. >> announcer: make pasta in half the time. melt butter with no chance of it burning.
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creamy perfection. make sauces with perfect temperature control. gas and electric stoves have hot coils and open flames which can burn you. the nuwave p.i.c. transfers heat only to your cookware, so it's 100% safe. look what happens with this egg: the pan is hot, but the cooktop is not. that's the magic of induction cooking. >> it gets hot within five seconds, but then you take the pan off and put your hand on the device and it's cold. >> announcer: why crowd your kitchen with expensive, bulky appliances? the nuwave precision induction cooktop is a complete kitchen all in one. it's your portable indoor grill, temperature-controlled deep fryer, festive fondue maker, time-saving pressure cooker, healthy vegetable steamer and programmable slow cooker. >> it's small, it's efficient, it's clean and it's safe. >> announcer: the oversized 12-inch tempered glass surface can handle even large pots and pans. the nuwave p.i.c. works with most cookware-- just check for the "induction cooking ready" symbol-- plus it works
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induction-ready nuwave pressure cooker. its compact size makes it the ideal solution for r.v.s, small apartments, and dorm rooms too. and because it's portable, you can take it anywhere, so it's perfect for buffets and outdoor parties. induction cooking can cost thousands of dollars, but the nuwave precision induction cooktop is a bargain at just four easy payments of only $33.33. your nuwave comes with the quick start guide, gourmet dvd and the nuwave recipe book giving you the precise temperature settings to make all your favorite meals come out perfect every time. and get this: when you call now and order direct, we'll drop a payment! you pay only three payments of $33.33. that's a 25% savings. but we're not done. you also get the nuwave stainless steel 3-1/2 quart pot with premium tempered glass lid. alone, it's worth more than $100, but call today and it's yours free. plus we'll also include this
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wait-- there's more good news. we'll also send you the nuwave perfect green non-stick cookware set, including a nine-inch omelet pan, plus a 10-1/2-inch sauce pan that can be used with your glass lid too. the non-stick surface is coated with duralon diamond-infused nano-ceramic coating. it helps you make great-tasting low-fat meals. we'll also send you the nine-piece deluxe fondue kit, perfect for making your favorite fondues. hold on! are you ready for an amazing deal? act now and we'll send you a second nuwave p.i.c. absolutely free-- all you pay is the shipping and processing. keep it for yourself or send it as an unforgettable gift from you. this buy one, get one free special promotion won't last long. and listen to this: we'll let you try the nuwave p.i.c.s risk-free, not for 30 days, not for 60 days, but 90 days. if you're not happy, return them and we'll refund the purchase price, but these six gifts are yours free to keep-- all you pay
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this special television offer is not available at stores and won't last long, so act fast. don't forget to ask about special savings on the nuwave pressure cooker with bob warden's great food fast cookbook. the nuwave pressure cooker is fully induction-ready and compatible for use with the nuwave p.i.c., so you can prepare tender meats, rich risottos and flavorful seafood cooked to perfection in minutes. and with bob warden's great food fast cookbook, you'll get over 100 delicious, healthy, time-saving recipes. plus, ask about the nuwave cast-iron barbecue grill and griddle and the 10-piece perfect green cookware set. [ ...] call or go online now. [ ...] >> well, so far we've been showing you what you can do when you can precisely control low temperatures, like for perfectly melting chocolate
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>> but, everybody loves a great steak and everyone hates it when their steak does not come out just the way they like it. but with the nuwave p.i.c., because it comes with precision temperature control, you won't ever undercook or overcook that steak. >> for grilling, use this great cast-iron barbecue grill pan that can come with your p.i.c. now, if you like your steak rare, check this out. it's going to be red and juicy on the inside, but perfectly brown on the outside. if you like it well done, it's not going to be burned on the outside, but it's going to be perfectly well done on the inside-- how? because the p.i.c. gives you perfect temperature control. look at this: first i seared it to 575, now i've reduced the p.i.c. to 375 and check out this laser thermometer-- exactly 375 degrees. >> check out how 375 degrees gives us those great grill marks without burning or charring. >> and you know what i like with my steak? >> i know. >> a perfectly baked potato,
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nuwave oven in minutes. >> or if you like my favorite thing, sweet potato fries. whatever you make in the nuwave, it comes out perfect every time. [chuckles] >> announcer: according to the u.s. department of energy, 50 cents of every dollar you spend heating up your gas or electric stove is wasted. but not so with your nuwave p.i.c., because it uses induction technology. this infrared camera shows how a traditional cooktop heats the area all around the pot. but look how the nuwave p.i.c. heats up only the pot. this means no more wasted energy. >> i love that i'm saving energy, that i'm only heating up the bottom surface of the pot where i need the heat to be, and i really think we're seeing the difference in our electric bills, and i love that. >> one of the best things about the nuwave precision induction cooktop is it's portable. i can take it anywhere, i don't have to leave it in the kitchen. so i'll take it into my dining room and i'll set up my own egg station, so when i have
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family-- i can cook my own omelets, they can cook their own omelets, they can cook their eggs, they can cook pancakes and it's just this simple because i've got precise temperature control. and look how beautifully non-stick this is. all i have to do to make the omelet is tip it, the omelet runs back. i tip it again, it runs back. i'm going to be able to fill this up. so everybody can have whatever filling they like. i always like to have some mushrooms, some cheese, some peppers... >> and you know i like the healthy spinach, bob. >> ohh... >> i just ruined his omelet. >> [laughs] well, with the perfect green fry pan, we just simply fold that over, it's going to continue to cook while it's in the pan. i fold that out and look at this: my pan is clean, i'm ready to cook another omelet again. >> the heating is consistent, so i can set up a buffet with four or five of these and have different temperatures that are going to maintain. i think one of the biggest complaints is that sometimes the last people that go through the buffet, they get the cold food, and with the p.i.c., the food stays warm through the entire event and the guests
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as does the host and hostess. >> announcer: introducing the revolutionary precision induction cooktop from nuwave, the leader in portable induction cooking technology. the nuwave heats up twice as fast, uses up to 70% less energy and is safer than any cooktop. best of all, the nuwave is the only portable cooktop that gives you precise temperature control with the simple press of a button. >> i love the temperature control. >> as you press the buttons, you can see exactly what the temperature is-- you can watch the water boil change. >> mm-hmm. >> that's incredible. >> anything you boil water for... [snaps fingers] it's that quick. >> announcer: make pasta in half the time. melt butter with no chance of it burning. melt chocolate to creamy perfection. make sauces with perfect temperature control. gas and electric stoves have hot coils and open flames which can burn you. the nuwave p.i.c. transfers heat only to your cookware, so it's 100% safe. look what happens with this egg: the pan is hot, but the
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that's the magic of induction cooking. >> group: wow! >> woman: it's not even hot. >> will it change the way you cook at home? >> group: yes. >> announcer: why crowd your kitchen with expensive, bulky appliances? the nuwave precision induction cooktop is a complete kitchen all in one. it's your portable indoor grill, temperature-controlled deep fryer, festive fondue maker, time-saving pressure cooker, healthy vegetable steamer and programmable slow cooker. >> if i had this, i would fry all day, every day. [laughter] >> so i can steam my vegetables on top, i've got my couscous, my rice, my pasta underneath, everything is done, you come home from a hard day at work, 10 minutes, you got food for the whole family. >> announcer: the oversized 12-inch tempered glass surface can handle even large pots and pans. the nuwave p.i.c. works with most cookware-- just check for the "induction cooking ready" symbol-- plus it works perfectly with the induction-ready nuwave pressure cooker. its compact size makes it the ideal solution for r.v.s, small apartments, and dorm rooms too. and because it's portable,
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so it's perfect for buffets and outdoor parties. induction cooking can cost thousands of dollars, but the nuwave precision induction cooktop is a bargain at just four easy payments of only $33.33. your nuwave comes with the quick start guide, gourmet dvd and the nuwave recipe book giving you the precise temperature settings to make all your favorite meals come out perfect every time. and get this: when you call now and order direct, we'll drop a payment! you pay only three payments of $33.33. that's a 25% savings. but we're not done. you also get the nuwave stainless steel 3-1/2 quart pot with premium tempered glass lid. alone, it's worth more than $100, but call today and it's yours free. plus we'll also include this stainless steel steamer basket. wait-- there's more good news. we'll also send you the nuwave perfect green non-stick cookware set, including a nine-inch omelet pan, plus a 10-1/2-inch sauce pan that can
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the non-stick surface is coated with duralon diamond-infused nano-ceramic coating. it helps you make great-tasting low-fat meals. we'll also send you the nine-piece deluxe fondue kit, perfect for making your favorite fondues. hold on! are you ready for an amazing deal? act now and we'll send you a second nuwave p.i.c. absolutely free-- all you pay is the shipping and processing. keep it for yourself or send it as an unforgettable gift from you. this buy one, get one free special promotion won't last long. and listen to this: we'll let you try the nuwave p.i.c.s risk-free, not for 30 days, not for 60 days, but 90 days. if you're not happy, return them and we'll refund the purchase price, but these six gifts are yours free to keep-- all you pay is the shipping and processing. this special television offer is not available at stores and won't last long, so act fast. don't forget to ask about special savings on the
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great food fast cookbook. the nuwave pressure cooker is fully induction-ready and compatible for use with the nuwave p.i.c., so you can prepare tender meats, rich risottos and flavorful seafood and with bob warden's fast cookbook, you'll get over 100 delicious, healthy, time-saving recipes. plus, ask about the nuwave cast-iron barbecue grill and griddle and the 10-piece perfect green cookware set. [ ...] call or go online now. [ ...] >> announcer: the nuwave precision induction cooktop is the most convenient and efficient way to cook. you get the convenience of traditional stovetop settings plus the flexibility to control the temperature in 10-degree increments. sear a steak to perfection or melt chocolate or butter without a double boiler.
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nuwave p.i.c. the smart sensors inside ensure you'll create delicious meals every time by maintaining the constant correct temperature. it's like having a professional chef cooking for you. the result: no more mistakes, no more burning. >> it takes the human error out of cooking. there's no more guesswork in what temperature you're cooking at. it's very easy to just set the temperature at the touch of your fingertips. you can go up 10 degrees, 20 degrees, 30 degrees. in a matter of seconds, it's going to be perfect every time. >> now we'd like to talk about the perfect temperature to fry chicken. now, up to now we've been talking about what you can do when you have precise temperature control on low temperatures, like with chocolate, right? look at that, jenny. that's been in there for hours, it's still not sticking, it's still the perfect, perfect creamy texture. >> did you taste it? >> i know, it's almost unbelievable, isn't it? >> delicious. oh, and then we went to high-temperature searing. so with the push of a button, we got this to 575 degrees,
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brought it down to 350 and we have beautiful grilled sausages, pork chops, salmon, even those grilled vegetables-- they were good too. >> well, frying temperature is 375 degrees, especially when you're using vegetable oil. we want to hold that perfect temperature, so lookit here. we have a probe in here, we set this to 375 degrees. it says 375 degrees. our chicken is frying gently, it's not going to burn. >> here on my burner-- it's a typical electric coil under here... >> i can see jenny's been cooking over here. >> this is what happens. it's not safe. and not only is it not safe, i have no idea what the temperature is-- i'm just guessing. >> when you get that really good fried chicken at one of those fast food chicken places, it's because they have a very expensive deep fryer, they've set it at 375 degrees, they can use that oil all day long without it burning. well, now you have that precise control at home with the precision induction cooker. let me give you an example. in the test kitchen, we cooked over 200 pieces of chicken, and this is what the oil looked like. >> it looks like it just came out of the bottle. >> and this is breaded
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here we cooked just 20 pieces of chicken on a gas stove, same results would have been on an electric stove-- you'd guess. you set it someplace between medium and medium-high, you don't know. the minute it smokes, it's gone, it's ruined. that's typically what happens. you have to throw the oil away. >> yeah. well, that gets expensive. >> announcer: third-party analysis shows the advantage of nuwave's precise temperature control versus conventional stovetops. oil cooked with an electric stove contained 45% more saturated fat. oil cooked with a gas stove contained 10 times more transfatty acids. oil cooked with an electric stove contained over 90% more cholesterol than oil cooked with the precision induction cooktop. now some of your favorite foods can be healthier with the nuwave precision induction cooktop. >> when you're cooking with frying foods, you're, um, you're trying to keep that temperature high so the grease doesn't get in the food, where you're not ending up with greasy chicken or greasy fish. and with the precision induction
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frying that chicken perfectly. >> announcer: the nuwave p.i.c. has been tested and recommended by the cooking club of america and is the safest cooktop ever invented. every 85 seconds a fire strikes a home in america, and most often, that fire starts in the kitchen. >> my very, very first fire was a 16-year-old kid who was cooking french fries on the stove and he forgot about them and he burned his parents' entire house down. >> announcer: well, that will never happen with the nuwave p.i.c. there is no open flame, no red-hot electric coil to catch fire and as soon as a pot is removed from the nuwave, the conduction of heat stops. >> the safety features of the p.i.c. impressed me so much that i'm going to send one to my mother. she's getting a bit elderly and forgetful and i'm always a bit worried that she might start a fire and the p.i.c.'s going to eliminate that problem. >> during our show, we've showed you what a difference the nuwave precision induction cooktop can make in your cooking. whether you're cooking breakfast or snacks. >> jenny: lunch, dinner, hors d'oeuvres.
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griddling, when you have precise temperature control, it can make >> whether you're searing at high temperatures... >> or whether you're having precise temperature control at only 110 or 20 degrees for perfect chocolate, you have got it. in 10 degrees intervals you can go from 120 to 130 to 140, all the way up to 575 degrees, which you can never get with your stovetop-- you're always just guessing. so to sum it up, what do you get with the nuwave precision cooktop? you get, first of all, speed-- it heats up really fast. >> and safety. there's no red-hot coil or open flame. >> and you get precise temperature control that you can never get with your old electric burner or gas stove. and you save... >> both: money. >> so, here's how you can get your nuwave precision induction cooktop right now. >> announcer: introducing the revolutionary precision induction cooktop from nuwave, the leader in portable induction cooking technology.
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fast, uses up to 70% less energy and is safer than any cooktop. best of all, the nuwave is the only portable cooktop that gives you precise temperature control with the simple press of a button. induction cooking can cost thousands of dollars, but the nuwave precision induction cooktop is a bargain at just four easy payments of only $33.33. your nuwave comes with the quick start guide, gourmet dvd and the nuwave recipe book giving you the precise temperature settings to make all your favorite meals come out perfect every time. and get this: when you call now and order direct, we'll drop a payment! you pay only three payments of $33.33. that's a 25% savings. but we're not done. you also get the nuwave stainless steel 3-1/2 quart pot with premium tempered glass lid. alone, it's worth more than $100, but call today and it's yours free. plus we'll also include this stainless steel steamer basket. wait, there's more good news. we'll also send you the
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cookware set, including a nine-inch omelet pan, plus a 10-1/2-inch sauce pan that can be used with your glass lid too. the non-stick surface is coated with duralon diamond-infused nano-ceramic coating. it helps you make great-tasting low-fat meals. we'll also send you the nine-piece deluxe fondue kit, perfect for making your favorite fondues. hold on! are you ready for an amazing deal? act now and we'll send you a second nuwave p.i.c. absolutely free-- all you pay is the shipping and processing. keep it for yourself or send it as an unforgettable gift from you. this buy one, get one free special promotion won't last long. and listen to this: we'll let you try the nuwave p.i.c.s risk-free, not for 30 days, not for 60 days, but 90 days. if you're not happy, return them and we'll refund the purchase price, but these six gifts are yours free to keep-- all you pay is the shipping and processing. this special television offer
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won't last long, so act fast. don't forget to ask about special savings on the nuwave pressure cooker with bob warden's great food fast cookbook. the nuwave pressure cooker is fully induction-ready and compatible for use with the nuwave p.i.c., so you can prepare tender meats, rich risottos and flavorful seafood cooked to perfection in minutes. and with bob warden's great food fast cookbook, you'll get over 100 delicious, healthy, time-saving recipes. plus, ask about the nuwave cast-iron barbecue grill and griddle and the 10-piece perfect green cookware set. [ ...] call or go online now. [ ...] >> woman: this has been a paid presentation for the nuwave
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this morning on "world news now," all eyes on iowa for today's caucuses with hillary clinton barely leading the democrats and a new poll showing donald trump as the new gop front-runner. extreme weather. the deadly storm that slammed southern california is about to bring heavy snow to the middle of the country today's warnings
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ak you ak weather. that's in the skinny on this >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." good monday morning. happy caucus day. well. big decisions on the cusp. it's coming. some iowa voters might see their shadow, get them confused. we'll see. that's where we start. it's the presidential candidates facing their first test at the ballot box. >> the tight race there with both parties as the candidates and events. on the republican side, donald trump has retain the lead from senator ted cruz with marco rubio in a distant third place. our coverage begins with abc's tom llamas.
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family trying to close their biggest deal of all. >> he will be unbelievable. the best deal maker, the best master negotiator. >> reporter: shaking hands, signing autographs, even holding babies. an all out push to turn those big poll numbers into real votes. >> i don't care if you're feeling horrible, you have a 104 temperature, the doctor says you cannot leave. it will be the end of you if you leave bed. you can't leave, you won't be able to make it. get out of bed and caucus. >> reporter: the man who wants to win iowa, his wife melania by his side. the whole trump family involved. daughter ivanka with this how to caucus video. >> just write down the name that's it. very exciting. >> reporter: trump's sons, don jr. and eric, at a shooting dad. came out a little while ago well. i think you all saw that. fingers crossed. receiving a blessing from the pastor. senator ted cruz also attending church, both candidates competing for those key evangelical votes.
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did you pray for victory? >> i prayed that god's will be done. >> did you pray for donald trump or senator rubio? >> you know what, i actually did. i'm lifting up in prayers all the candidates who are running, that god's blessing and peace and love be upon them. >> reporter: in the final days, cruz slipping under heavy fire from trump. but another rival, senator marco rubio, with the political play, casting cruz as the favorite, setting expectations sky high. >> ted cruz is clearly the front-runner. >> he's one of the favorites. >> he has 10,000 volunteers. he spent millions of dollars. >> reporter: rubio polling in third place, hoping for a cruz crash and leaving iowa voters with this promise. -- >> i will never embarrass you. you'll never cringe and say, i can't believe i voted for him. >> reporter: as for the trump family, melania tells me she's excited as the entire family stays here in iowa. as for the campaign itself, staffers are anxious but confident. one top-level aide telling me, few people have won the iowa caucuses. tom llamas, adair, iowa.
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hillary clinton's final push for votes has turned into a full-fledged family affair. both daughter chelsea and former president bill clinton hit up the crowds as candidate hillary clinton continued to downplay questions about whether she broke the law with government e-mails on her private server. yesterday alone clinton traveled nearly 300 miles across iowa, nearly twice the ground covered by her nearest challenge, bernie sanders. the big question today is will that be enough for clinton to outpace sanders at the polls? the latest poll in iowa shows clinton and sanders in a statistical tie. yesterday sanders appeared confident. this land is your land this land is my land >> sanders announced yesterday that his campaign has raised more than $20 million in january, asserting that he will continue to match clinton's considerable corporate resources. and stay with abc news all day long and george and robin begin our live coverage from iowa on "good morning america"
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reporting this evening on "world news tonight." look for an iowa caucus wrap-up on "world news now" tomorrow morning. >> big day. two virginia tech students are being held without bail, arrested after kidnapping and the murder of a 13-year-old girl. friends say they can't believe the pair would be involved in such a brutal crime. here's abc's eva pilgrim. >> reporter: two virginia tech students under arrest in connection with the death of 13-year-old nicole lovell. >> it was late saturday night when the investigation led us to 18-year-old david e. eisenhauer, a virginia tech student. >> reporter: police say he was charged with kidnapping and murder, knew the victim, and that he used that relationship to his advantage. eisenhauer is an engineering major track star, seen here in a profile by our abc affiliate in baltimore. sophomore natalie keepers charged as an accessory, accused of helping him dispose of the girl's body. lovell's parents say she disappeared after climbing out of her bedroom window.
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searched for days. lovell had a liver transplant as a young child and needed daily medication. >> i didn't think that would happen to her. because she was always the cutest little thing. >> reporter: saturday, police discovered her body 80 miles away. lovell's father breaking the news on facebook, devastated to learn that my daughter has been found dead. i'm so in shock. i know nothing more to say. i'm broken. both suspects are being held without bail. eva pilgrim, abc news, new york. now overseas to syria, where triple bombings killed at least 50 near a revered shrine. more than 100 others were wounded. isis is claiming responsibility. the attack comes as factions are gathering for peace talks in geneva. those talks have yet to get under way. there was some movement. a u.n. mediator met for the first time with the main opposition delegation. the world health organization is meeting in an emergency session today over
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virus outbreak. declare it a global health emergency. the virus has been linked to brain damage in thousands of babies mostly in south america. here at home, a major winter storm is developing in the southwest and moving across the country. strong winds toppled trees in southern california. san diego. heavy rains flooded lanes on the 101 and pacific coast highways and to the east, snow has dropped up to nearly a foot of snow in parts of reno with more to come. accuweather's paul williams tells us the storm is taking aim midwest. good morning, paul. >> thanks, phillip, reena. winter storm brewing with disruptive snow throughout utah, colorado, new mexico and arizona where danger crosswinds, snow-covered roads and treacherous travel. and then the blizzard evolves and is on the move throughout the midwest, hitting hastings, up towards omaha, reaching
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we're looking at a combination of blowing and drifting snow, travel being very dangerous. road closures in abundance. so, hold onto your hats, this is a real one. reena, phillip? >> okay, paul williams, thank you so much. something new coming to oregon. drive- drive-through weed. yep. hear this out. oregon is opening a pot store with a drive-up window kind of like mcdonald's but for pot just across the street from the hospital. local officials are excited, saying it will help boost so-called green -- is that what they call this, green tourism? >> green tourism. >> yeah. sounds like eco-friendly tourism but it's another word for pot. and the drive-through weed is also available in detroit and washington state. so, you know where to go on your weed vacation. >> separate from there to the mcdonald's drive-through. before you go home. >> it's true.
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their own parade ahead of carnivale celebrations. >> and you had super heros. one of the dogs dressed as wonder woman. see that? another superman and tiara sporting the olympic rings were among the costumes. every dog gets its day. >> any excuse to dress up your pup, huh? they're all about it. they get their own birthday parties now. now they have their own carnivale. it is certainly cute to look at. >> i absolutely love dogs. do you have a dog? >> i have a dog that is -- his name is toby. a golden retriever. i don't like to dress him up. he's a boy. i don't know. but toby so, i don't know if i could participate in the carnivale that way. >> where is toby? because you're traveling so much all the time. >> he is in texas being well taken care of. >> you didn't tell abc as part of your deal that toby has to travel with you wherever you go? you should maybe -- >> did you just -- >> talk to the folks upstairs about that. >> toby is coming. there you go. >> thanks, toby. coming up in "the skinny," the personal tragedy just hours
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des moines this morning. brandi, there must have been an overwhelming amount of campaign advertising, huh? >> reporter: definitely. nonstop advertising. i mean, you live in new york. i live in l.a. we haven't seen any of this. when i arrived in iowa last week, it's been one ad after the next. no break from it. in fact, 60,000 advertisements are going to have aired leading up to today's caucuses. if you can believe that? 17,000 just in the run-up over the last few days. millions of dollars are being spent, and most of these ads are negative. some very entertaining how negative they are but very negative. >> brandi, have those ads helped sway voters? are many voters still undecided going into today? >> reporter: there are a lot of undecided voters. there's a new "des moines register" poll giving the latest numbers on who is leading. what i found interesting about this poll is when democrats and republican likely voters were
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caucusing today, could you be persuaded to switch, to change your mind, 30% of democrats said yes, 45% of republicans said yes. so, when they go into those caucuses today, that's a huge number that might say, i'm voting for this person, but if you convince me and tell me more about this one on the day of, i might go the other way instead. >> and what's the deal? there's some controversy with ted cruz over mailers. what's up with that? >> reporter: over the weekend, this came up leading to today's caucuses. there was a mailer that went out and the words voter violation and official public record were put on the front. what people were finding were their names and neighbors' names on this piece of paper. and it would grade you on your history of voting, giving you an "f" if you haven't been showing up to the caucuses the last few years. election officials really got mad about this because they say there's no voting violation, no official violation that anybody can get. however, the ted cruz campaign did respond and said, hey, we're just trying to encourage people
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anyone. but it did make quite a few people upset. >> we will see how that affects ted cruz today. morning from des moines. thank you. >> thank you, brandi. coming up, a preview of next the best of the sundance film festival. and nature according to snoop dogg. "the skinny" is next.
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skinny, so skinny skinny so skinny all right. topping the "skinny" this morning, the best brand-new films being honored at the sundance film festival. >> taking the top two prizes this year are "the birth of a nation" earning both a grand jury prize and the audience award for drama, based on the 1831 slave rebellion led by nat turner. >> and the face of this year's lack of diversity at the oscars, the film's writer, director and star, nate parker said, i made this film for one reason, in the hope of creating change agents. the film was bought by fox searchlight for a record $17.5 million. >> wow. other notable mentions, the top documentary earning the grand jury prize "weiner" based on former new york congressman anthony weiner. >> and a film a lot of people were talking about "swiss army man" for best director even though some audience members
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subject. a flatulence corpse. >> moving right along maybe. >> a little awkward. >> i don't know why they walked out. that's all i'm saying. > latest live tv event delighting fans of the musical. this was a big night. >> we're talking about "grease," the latest broadway favorite to get the small screen treatment. the reviews are still coming in fox's version of the classic, but so far they've been pretty good. the production took some bold, new moves utilizing multiple sound stages as well as a live audience. >> it seems like, you see right there, "dancing with the stars" julian hough, and there she is playing sandy and veteran broadway aaron tava. sandy and danny. stealing the show was rizzo, played by vanessa hudgens. listen to her big number. shall i sing and i don't steal and i don't lie
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and i can cry a fact i'll bet you never knew but to cry in front of you >> boy, she just nails that and can you believe it, just hours before that, hudgens got the sad news that her father had passed away from cancer. just gives me chills. >> yeah, before the performance hudgens tweeted out she was doing the show in his honor and no doubt would have made her father very, very proud. >> beautiful, beautiful moment. >> and "grease" was in good hands, though. that is directed by the same director tommy cales who does "hamilton," the huge, huge hit here. >> have you seen that yet? >> i have. it's really good. >> lucky guy. it's hard to get tickets in town. >> he was doing that and it's such a big hit. "grease" was in good hands. >> here at abc, the adaptation of the '80s classic "dirty
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abigail breslin cast as jennifer grey's iconic role of baby should be a lot of fun. looking forward to that. >> in case you missed it, cindy crawford is retiring from the modeling world. so, in case you didn't already think that she was, surprise. >> crawford made the announcement in an interview with united airlines for this month's edition of "hemisphere," an in-flight magazine. she's sure she will have her picture taken for maybe ten more years but just not as a model. >> still looking great though. she did quit modeling full time in 2000 but continued to pose professionally. i don't know what the difference is but that's what they say. finally, some exciting news for fans of hip-hop and nature documentaries. >> i am both, actually. a favorite jimmy kimmel bit featuring snoop dogg and videos of wildlife may soon become a reality. here is the taste. >> is it mon gooses? oh. wow. it's about 12 of them.
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with a little over $12 million and "star wars" just shy of 11 million. meanwhile, in iowa, plenty of drama. >> the first votes in the 2016 race to the white house, but in iowa, they do things a little differently. that's the word we keep hearing, caucus. so, what is this really all about? well, with some clarity here is abc's cecilia vega. >> reporter: the hawkeye state -- >> what's it like to be greeted by bacon? >> amazing. >> reporter: where politicians come to flip pork chops, pose with a cow made of butter, take a spin in their chopper. didhe pork chops? so many pork chops. >> pork chop on a stick. >> reporter: it's enough to make a politician scream. >> ahhh! >> reporter: but it all comes to a head at those caucuses. we came to drake university -- you're the caucus expert -- to ask that burning question. what the heck is a caucus anyway?
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demonstration. for the democrats, groups of iowans gather to choose delegates who then go on to choose their party nominee. one side tries to convince the other side to join their team or break a tie with food or -- >> rock, paper scissors is listed as one possibility. >> reporter: oh, really? the republicans have it a lot easier. they write down a candidate's name on a slip of paper and done. if it sounds like a bunch of song and dance, well, there is a caucus musical. oh iowa >> reporter: but just remember, iowa launched presidential runs for jimmy carter, two george bushs and barack obama. they may just launch the next leader of the free world. cecilia vega, abc news, council bluffs, iowa. >> the leader of the free world with rock, paper, scissors. there it is. >> i'm curious to know if cecilia has tried the pork chop. >> oh, for sure.
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good morning. i'm phillip mena. in for kendis gibson. >> and i'm reena ninan. here are some of the top headlines we're following this morning on "world news now." it's decision day in iowa as the presidential candidates face their first test in this election season. the iowa caucuses. the latest polls show tight races on both sides with trump in the lead and sanders and clinton in a statistical tie. full coverage ahead. in syria, a suicide attack has killed at least 50 people as peace talks may be moving forward in geneva. isis is claiming responsibility for the attack. in california, all three of those escaped inmates are behind bars this morning.
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the other two were captured on saturday. now, authorities trying to determine who may have helped them. is what was that mystery fireball in the sky? dashcam video out of ohio shows what appears to be a meteor streaking across the heavens on saturday evening. the scene as far away as the washington, d.c. area. stories on this monday, february 1st. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." good morning, everyone. we begin this half hour with decision day in iowa. we've waited awhile for this. >> we have. and the day is upon us. thousands of iowans will caucus today in the first election test for this year's presidential candidates. candidates on both sides have shifted into high gear cramming in as many last-minute events and rallies as they possibly can. >> so on the democratic side, the newest poll from the "des moines register" has clinton three points ahead of bernie
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cecilia vega kicks off coverage with the democrats. >> stick with me. stick with a plan. stick with the experience. >> reporter: hillary clinton is fired up. >> please, come out and caucus, don't worry about the weather. >> reporter: bringing in reinforcements for the final push. >> please join me in welcoming, i hope, our next president, my mom. >> reporter: not just chelsea. the entire family, center stage this weekend. >> thank you, bill. thank you, chelsea. people need to feel the game is not rigged against them. the deck is not stacked. >> reporter: clinton feeling the love. >> opportunity to go as far as their hard work and talent and ambition will take them. >> reporter: and packing in the clinton traveling nearly 300 miles in iowa. bernie sanders, clocking in nearly 200. >> reporter: sanders is >> love you, too. >> reporter: on the stump, a message of unity. this land is my land
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hours, the vermont senator still on the attack, accusing clinton of smearing him. >> dismantle health care? i've spent my life fighting for universal health care for every man, woman and child. >> reporter: and clinton, still on the defensive over that bombshell revelation that she had 22 e-mails on her private server, now deemed top secret. clinton on "this week" hinting >> i just have to point out that that have led up to it are concerning. and i just want this matter resolved. >> reporter: and hillary clinton's team so concerned about voter turnout, they held a dry run, a caucus rehearsal on friday. 2,000 volunteers showed up. volunteers are now also sending handwritten notes to voters trying to get them to caucus for her. bernie sanders' team knocked on more than 75,000 doors this weekend alone. every detail counts when the race is this tight.
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bluffs, iowa. on the republican side, donald trump has surged ahead of his closest challenger, senator ted cruz with marco rubio in a distant third place. the whole trump family has been working overtime to close the billionaire mogul's biggest deal of all with wife melania at his side and daughter ivanka starring in a how-to caucus video, and trump himself pushing as hard as he can. >> i don't care if you're feeling horrible. you have 104 temperature. the doctor says you cannot leave. it will be the end of you if you leave bed. you cannot leave. you will not be able to make it. get out of bed and caucus. okay. i love you. >> well, trump has also predicted many senators would soon endorse him rather than their texas colleague, senator ted cruz. our live coverage from iowa continues in our next half hour and on "good morning america" with george and robin in des moines. you can look for more coverage from iowa on "world news
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the other stories this morning including the arrest of two college students in the abduction and murder of a 13-year-old girl. investigators say david eisenhauer and the victim were acquainted before her disappearance last wednesday. he's charged with kidnapping the girl and killing her. the other student allegedly helped dispose of the body. well, members of the two rival motorcycle gangs in denver are blaming each other for a deadly shooting this weekend. one of the gangs, iron order motorcycle club, is made up of mostly police and military. attorneys say one of the club members fired a gun during the melee on saturday, but it was in self-defense. a member of the rival gang, the mongols, was killed. in philadelphia we may learn new details about that deadly amtrak crash in may. a report out today is expected to explain why the train streaked into a sharp curve at double the speed limit. it's the first significant development since investigators determined that excessive speed was a key factor in the crash. eight people died in that crash and more than 200 others were injured.
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have been killed in a house fire near detroit. the victims all believed to be in their 20s were found in the basement of the home. the home is in novi, a northwest suburb of detroit. well, chicago firefighters spent the weekend delivering bottled water to the people of flint, michigan. high levels of lead have left the water from the tap unsafe to drink. abc's alex perez has the latest from flint. >> reporter: embattled michigan governor rick snyder is facing harsh criticism for the latest revelation in flint's ongoing water crisis. e-mails exposed by progress michigan reveal the state shipped bottled water to workers in flint some eight months before residents were officially told the drinking water was unsafe. governor snyder's reply? >> i had no knowledge of that taking place. >> reporter: the e-mails included a department memo which said coolers will be provided as an option, quote, as long as the public water does not meet treatment requirements. the city had warned the sick and elderly residents of potentially harmful chemicals in the water
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otherwise safe to drink. the state defends their decision saying they only provided the bottled water to employees temporarily until that particular chemical threat was over. dangerous levels of lead were later found in flint water, and about 200 kids so far have tested positive. >> knowing that somebody did this to my kid, it's hard. i can't sleep at night. >> reporter: officials are now warning the filters they handed out to residents may not be effective enough to keep their water safe. alex perez, abc news, flint, michigan. a 75-year-old man south of boston is thankful this morning for what appears to have been divine intervention that saved his life. doug goldman was cutting down a tree in the woods when it fell on top of him, severely injuring his legs. it was trapping him for two hours. he yelled for help and luckily, his prayers were answered by a nun who just happened to be praying in the woods.
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that he's been there for about two hours, was lucky that somebody heard him screaming for >> wow. fire officials say if it weren't for that nun running back to her nearby convent to call 911 for help, goldman would not have he is now recovering this morning in the hospital. >> lucky guy. powerful winter storm is battling the southwest and it's set to move across the country. heavy winds knocked over trees in southern california, killing at least one person in san diego heavy rains flooded highways and nearly a foot of snow dropped over parts of reno. now that storm is taking aim on the great plains and midwest. accuweather's paul williams has the latest. morning, paul. >> thanks, reena, phillip. a blizzard is brewing throughout the midwest. by the time we get into monday night, we'll see the tail end of this blizzard begin to evolve and move across kansas, nebraska and sliding across iowa and right into the green bay area by wednesday morning with road
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blowing and drifting snow and dangerous travel. now, it won't necessarily be that way everywhere. throughout the east coast and southeasting we'll have temperatures 10 to 20 degrees year. brief cooling will kick in for tuesday. then a good thing becomes a not so good thing. thanks to all that heat, greatest risk of severe weather from st. louis over to little chance of tornadoes in memphis down to mississippi. reena, phillip. >> all right, paul, thank you. gas prices continue their downward trend toward their lowest level in six years. the average price for a gallon of gas nationwide is now $1.80. that's down four cents from last week and down 25 cents since this time last year. the national average has been below $2 now for a month because of increased supplies of crude oil. well, burger king set to roll out a new treat sure to delight burger lovers available nationwide today. the extra long buttery cheeseburger has got all the
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you see bun, patty, vegetable toppings, but it's extra long and drenched in a buttery garlic sauce. the cheeseburger will be featured on the two for $5 menu. >> so you can be like i just had one burger. that's how you get around it. i see you working, burger. i see you working. all right, the countdown to the super bowl is on and the broncos and panthers are in california and so are cam newton's pants. >> the carolina qb making a bold fashion statement in zebra pants. the pants are by versace. and they sold out everywhere. those images going viral overnight and inspiring all sorts of reactions. >> one tweet said cam newton dressed like shawn michaels at wrestlemania. that's about right. another one said cam newton, biz above and party below. that's about right. >> biz above, party below. >> biz is on top, party on the bottom. this guy has so much swag right now. he is so confident. he's probably going to be the mvp. he's wearing whatever he wants, and it shows. look at that, whatever he wants.
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phillip. >> on set tomorrow. >> if i could throw a football like cam newton, i would be wearing versace zebra pants and they would sell out. that's the way it is. >> i'd like to see you do that on your next live shot. wear those versace zebra -- see >> send me to the super bowl, abc. i will wear them. i will sit there and i will wear them. coming up -- from the pro mvp. it is almost time for sports with reena. >> i'm the pro. >> uh-huh. can't wait for it. also ahead, the netflix hit true crime story that's captured viewers, "making a murder" the new evidence in the case. and the zika virus spread by mosquitos. the young victims, the public health scare and who is taking action after another look at our forecast map. you're watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by delsym. leading cough liquid only
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>> check out these amazing images from one of the most active volcanoes in mexico. this time-lapse video of the colima volcano spewing ash and smoke high into the air with no signs of slowing down. scientists are monitoring it and nearby residents have been evacuate. the volcano has erupted more than 40 times including several times in the past few years. wow. growing concerns over the zika virus is prompting the world health organization to hold an emergency meeting today. the w.h.o. is looking to find ways to stop the spread of the disease which is linked to birth defects. >> the virus is carried by mosquitos, and here in the u.s., one texas woman describes its symptoms. here's abc's dr. richard besser. >> reporter: we head into the countryside to visit one of the many families here dealing with the zika virus. >> very nice to see you. the baby in this house is 3 months old. anna beatrice born with microcephaly, an abnormally
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contracted the zika infection when she was three months pregnant. when during your pregnancy did you know that there was a problem with anna beatrice? never. and this virus that took so many by surprise is on the move. nearly 40 cases reported in the u.s. mother, got see ca on a christmas visit to el salvador. she developed a rash. >> it was all over my body. you have no strength, no energy to do anything. not to even sit down. >> reporter: she is not pregnant and her symptoms subsided. there are now four pregnant women in the u.s. with the virus and a number of states in the south that are particularly vulnerable to mosquitos that carry the virus, leading to questions how prepared we are to handle an outbreak in the u.s. >> it's a new phenomenon. the more relearn, the better we can guide people and guide prevention and control efforts. >> reporter: back at her home, anna's mother is doing everything she can for her child. dr. richard besser, abc news. >> it's so heart-breaking.
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advice for women in brazil to wait until at late as 2018 to have babies because they don't know exactly what could be happening with this disease. there's really nothing that i've heard of that you could take that would protect you from, give you immunity to this. i know a lot of women who are actually canceling trips down there because they're thinking of having children and don't want the risk. >> why would you want to even like you said, even risk that? i mean, it's your child. time. >> sure is. >> it's a long time. but it is a scary thing. well, coming up, convicted murderer steven avery hoping for another chance. >> what his new lawyer is saying that might overturn his conviction.
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latest. >> reporter: stooven steven avery, the man at the center of the true crime sensation "making a murderer." >> i didn't do it. i'm innocent. >> reporter: reaching out from jail, his new attorney tweeting this handwritten note after meeting with avery. to my supporters, i want every forensic test possible done because i am innocent. zellner, a high powered chicago attorney known for overturning wrongful convictions, wasting no time in criticizing his former prosecutor ken kratz for his role in putting avery behind bars, even taking to twitter, defending her client. >> we will do everything necessary that's forensically available. >> reporter: the netflix docudrama putting the spotlight on his bizarre legal journey. charged for a rape he didn't commit only to be charged for the murder of 25-year-old teresa halbach and convicted. >> it's hard enough. you know, going to prison for something you didn't do and you got to do it all over again. >> reporter: now zellner telling abc news she noticed something
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seven of her tweets about the former prosecutor and allegations of planted evidence mysteriously deleted. zellner says she didn't delete them and she doesn't believe twitter did either, tweeting, so if the truth hurts, just delete it. zellner launching an independent investigation focusing on dna evidence found on halbach's rav4 that prosecutors said linked avery to the murder. the attorney even purchasing the same car model halbach owned. >> i want to examine what was not tested in the car that should have been tested. since 2007 there have been significant advances in forensic testing. >> reporter: and even hinting
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killed theresa halbach. filmmakers here have been given a lot of criticism saying they left out some information, things prosecutors are saying are unfair. if you watch it the whole time, you're like, i don't know. >> you watched this? >> absolutely. interesting to see the resolution. coming up, sports with reena, my favorite. favorite. your clever moves won't stop the cold and flu. but disinfecting with lysol can. because lysol wipes and spray are approved to kill more types of germs than clorox. including those that can make you sick. for a healthy home this cold and flu season... lysol that. >> i'm alex trebek. if you're age 50 to 85, this is an important message. so please, write down the number on your screen. the lock i want to talk to you about
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one of my favorite parts of the week is upon us. reena knows how much i love sports. so i cannot wait to see you get going here. >> thank you, phil. i appreciate that. you know i got this one. i got it. less than one week away to the super bowl. but last night all the great players who will not be playing enjoying a little island time at the pro bowl. hawaii. the talent incredible. the defense almost nonexistent. and the stakes, well, the game means absolutely nothing. the offensive mvp.
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>> what did he do? >> he completed three passes to six points in that zone. if you total it up, that's 18. good job. and 20% there. >> i was told there would be no math. > they won 49-27. yeah, those numbers get complicated, don't they? the one, the whole thing. >> and earlier in the evening, there was even more all-star action. this time on the ice. the nhl all-star playoffs and the captain of the pacific dwishgs john scott. this is an incredible story, folks. you know why? because he was voted in by the fans as a joke. and the nhl tried to stop him from playing, even demoted him to the minor leagues, pressuring him not to play. but guess what? he said not going to have that. he ended up scoring two goals thing that they do. title of mvp. you go, john. >> who is laughing now, right? >> who is laughing now. >> there you go. >> from the ice to iceland, vikings taking on our boys on
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they say. team usa scoring first with michael bradley kicking it to buddy josey altidore for the goal! next time, look at this. iceland pulling a sneak attack. free kick. making a break toward the goal right there as bradley was arguing with a ref. boom, they score. take the lead. later the game tied 2-2 and in the 90th minute, bradley, look at, that bam, headbutts the ball, sets up the birnbaum into the goal. team usa wins 3-2 as they gear up for the world cup two years away in russia. it's going to be great. i'm looking forward to that. >> i'm looking forward to you calling another goal. >> goal. i might use that for the iowa caucus tomorrow morning. >> there you go. who won? trump! >> trump! >> cruz! >> cruz, no goal. goal! >> i love that story, though. that nhl story. that is so great, you know. there you go. he got the mvp and he didn't even -- wasn't even supposed to that's the story. >> very impressive. >> that's the news and sports
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nailed it. hour. >> nailed. >> nailed?
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