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incident involving cleveland browns quarterback johnny manziel which led to him being invested for assault. a report by ft. worth police indicates manziel ex-girlfriend claimed he struck her several times last friday during an argument. colleen crowley also said he appeared to be on drugs. the following day crowley ran to a neighbor's home to get away. that neighbor calling 11. >> i heard her screaming so i came out to the balcony and she said her boyfriend had beat her up. she didn't want me to call. >> does she need an ambulance? >> he tells tmz he never struck crowley. police in both ft. worth and dallas have not charged him with a crime. nfl is investigating this incident. the nfl is also instituting a so-called rooney rule for women. commissioner roger goodell says from now on, teams will be required to interview women for executive positions.
make sure minorities are considered for head coaching positions. two women have been hired as assistant coaches and the season saw the league's first female official. this is such a great move. we have good news from the sports world really. at the white house yesterday, president obama welcomed the nba champion golden state warriors. >> he praised the team for their, quote, small ball nuclear lineup and said they were beautiful to watch. what was he doing there? the president apparently was imitating warriors star steph curry's jumping up and down on the court there. >> he does do that. the team presented the president with number 44 jersey as the nation's 44th president, of course. coach steve kerr was there, noted that the president would be a free agent at the end of the year. they're all loving it. >> do you think he uses that in the situation room? >> i'm sure he gets some game going. >> iran nuclear deal reached?
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state. a homeless man was hoisted to safety after being trapped on a cliff for two days. the man slid to the edge of the cliff just a few feet from going over and falling to the river below. fortunately, i worker heard him shouting for help. despite having to cope with days of bitter cold, he is expected to be okay. police are investigating a grisly scene at a home in chicago. six people found dead including a child. they have not yet determined how they decide but say it could have been a murder-suicide but a relative who lived in the house described the family as happy and normal. there were 51 homicides in chicago last month, prompting a call for the governor of illinois to declare a state of emergency. >> 51 in one month. there's another huge air bag recall to tell you about involving the controllers for air bags in about 5 million vehicles. they were made by a german company that can deploy without reason or fail to inflate at
it involves older vehicles made by honda, fiat, chrysler, mercedes, volkswagen and volvo. it's not related to much larger takata air bag recall. now that abc mini series want to know how things currently stand with the family. >> the riches they stole still being recovered, of course. a lot of people wondering where exactly has his wife ruth been hiding. abc's brian ross has the story. >> reporter: the final auction of bernie and ruth madoff's jaw-dropping jewelry collection is under way online. everything the madoffs owned. >> sold for $550,000. >> reporter: yachts, homes in new york, florida, and the riviera have been sold off to benefit the victims. and this week, a new milestone announced. >> we've recovered about $11 billion. >> reporter: of the $17 billion investors originally gave madoff. to the outrage of some of his victims, the government allowed ruth madoff to keep $2.5
what it once was. ostracized by friends, she now rents a one-bedroom apartment in connecticut near her grandchildren. seen in this new video at the grocery store. no limo, no domestic staff to help her. to make sure the madoffs don't have some hidden catch overseas, ruth madoff is now required to file regular expense reports. and so far, no sign of any hidden madoff money. brian ross, abc news. >> it is sad. so many people wonder, did she know? blythe danner said she really believes she didn't know. that she fell in love with him when she was 16 and thinks he rose his way to the top of the financial world but she believes she wasn't aware of it. >> it really was a family tragedy at the end of the day. both of their sons who decided to get their dad prosecuted in the end, both are no longer with us. one committing suicide, the other dying of cancer. >> it's a horrible, horrible
>> all around. coming up in our next half hour, do we really care about commercials? well, when it comes to the super bowl, we love them. we really love them. knowing that 70% of viewers care more about the ads than the games. i would be one of them. companies are on a blitz. but first, dueling dishes. as the panthers and broncos prepare for battle, we're heading into the "unsome knee yak kitchen" to see who wins the food fight, denver or carolina. >> super bowl is so meat. biased against vegetarians. #superbowlmaelt.
yeah, that's what we like to i wonder what -- i bet you're wondering why we're here. rather than come up with a clever excuse, we'll be honest. we're doing a segment about poisoning and reena is a vegetarian. >> we are ready for super bowl sunday. we hope you are as well. food, as you know, is a big part of the day. so we've sent abc's tina trinh out for this installment of "insomniac kitchen." >> reporter: hey, you may know who you're rooting for this sunday, but the real battle happens in the kitchen. i'm here with tyson ho, owner and proprietor of the arrogant swine. what are we making today? >> today we are going to support the panthers by making a south carolina spare ribs. >> reporter: nice. and for the other side? >> for the big, evil empire -- >> reporter: the other guys.
colorado green chili. >> reporter: okay. two asians going to show you how to make barbecue. let's do it. >> so we have the single largest rack of ribs you can buy. this is specially sourced and harvested magic dust here. >> reporter: what's in there? a little bit of cayenne, a little bit of salt, pepper. >> cayenne, paprika, smurf berries, hobbit dust. >> reporter: you're getting too technical for me. smoker. >> reporter: nice and warm. >> we will stick these ribs in here. what we do to transform this interesting piece of meat into a carolina piece of meat is our carolina barbecue sauce which is made out of mustard. we use peaches in here. make a caramel sauce and toss it in there. >> reporter: really? >> yeah. and then the secret ingredient imported straight from south carolina is pure distilled unadulterated dust. >> reporter: now we're going to make the opposing team's dish, or the enemy dish. >> we're going to smoke this
to season that, we have some molasses. >> reporter: oh, yeah! get in there. >> just like before, we will cover it with the magic dust. we will also be smoking a chili. we have pablanos, jamaican green pepper, cilantro, garlic, cumin and fennell. >> reporter: so this is our pork butt that's been in the smoker for 12 hours. >> now it's nice and tender. over here in this pot is our chili. we smoked for a little bit and put it in the blender. to make the sandwich, we need a nice big chunk up the middle and top with our chili. and then it wouldn't be a and which without a fried egg on it. >> da da da da da da. carolina versus denver. first taste is carolina. mm. so tender. and so juicy. and then we have the denver broncos green chili pulled pork
top. i like both. but i kind of like this a little bit better. i never thought i would go over to the broncos. >> we did have to carolina-ize is a little bit, so we still win. >> reporter: all right. go panthers. >> better get busy on that. get in there. >> i think i need this. >> you're going to need that. >> i think tina wore it better. she had the rolled-up sleeves. that's a good look. here we go. >> how is that? >> oh, my god. >> how is that going? >> this is amazing. > you don't know what you're missing. > really? >> i'll tell you what. i feel bad i don't have pork butt today. >> oh, my goodness. this is good. >> you had to go there, didn't you? >> pork butt. pretty good? >> this is amazing. we want to say thanks to tyson ho, arrogant swine. prediction, panthers will cover
>> based on what you're eating? >> oh, yeah. it came to me just now. >> i will hope for quality entertainment through the fourth quarter. >> oh, my goodness. >> quality entertainment. >> at least they're eating it and enjoying it. >> at least they're eating it and enjoying it. ounds of birds whistling) music introducing new k-y touch gel cr me. for massage and intimacy. every touch, gently intensified. a little touch is all it takes. k-y touch.
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if it was like a chip or nachos or if there's a cheese on there. apparently if it's on the ground for 30 seconds according to discovery science channel, it picks up ten times the bacteria than those snapped up in three seconds. >> it's okay to do it quickly, five seconds. one, two, three -- >> pork butt fell on ground, didn't stop him. >> continuing the super bowl theme, really cute video from these kids in north carolina. take a listen really quickly. >> they are cheering on the panthers all the way to the super bowl. and we're going to cheer them on as well while we polka. politics and foreign wars all the weather all the scores that's the world news polka business news from tokyo stuff you saw on koppel's show that's the world news polka you're wide awake
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this morning on "world news this morning on "world news now," political fight. hillary clinton and bernie sanders face-to-face in a heat debate. the tangle on stage as donald trump campaigns for a new hampshire victory. vicious virus. the health warning spreading as zika poses a bigger threat to the u.s. the latest infections from the mosquito-borne illness. new this half hour, an air traffic controller distracted. >> safety in the skies in
distracted by their cell phones. and later, coldplay's show at the super bowl. the band drops hints about their performance with beyonce. that's on this friday, february 5th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." hey, good friday morning, everyone. i'm reena ninan. >> i'm kendis gibson. we've made it to the weekend. but, oh, man, there's no rest for the weary when it comes to the democrats. hillary clinton, bernie sanders facing off last night in durham, new hampshire, in their first one-on-one, really, debate against each other. sparks flying between the two democratic candidates on everything from wall street to iran. abc's liz kreutz is covering the debate at the university of new hampshire. liz, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, reena and kendis. this is the first time we've seen just hillary clinton and bernie sanders face off on a debate stage together. now just days away from that critical new hampshire primary. the two candidates didn't hold back. just hours ago, shots fired. enough is enough. if you've got something to say, say it directly. >> reporter: bernie sanders and
the last time before the new hampshire primary, clashing in one of their nastiest fights yet. >> i am very proud to be the only candidate up here who does not have a super pac, who's not raising huge sums of money from wall street or special interests. >> senator sanders has said he wants to run a positive campaign. i think it's time to end the very artful smear that you and your campaign have been carrying out in recent weeks. >> reporter: the vermont senator doubling down on his attacks against his opponent's washington ways. >> she has the entire establishment or almost the entire establishment behind her. that's a fact. i don't deny it. >> reporter: clinton firing back. >> senator sanders is the only person who, i think, would characterize me, a woman running to be the first woman president as exemplifying the establishment. >> reporter: the two candidates sparring again over that iraq war vote. >> secretary clinton, who was
that is not arguable. in foreign affairs. but experience is not the only point. >> a vote in 2002 is not a plan to defeat isis. >> reporter: and the latest polling shows bernie sanders ahead by 30 points here. the clinton campaign, though, pushing the narrative she is the underdog. expectations and, perhaps, wake up her supporters. reena and kendis? >> our thanks to liz in new hampshire. we're going to turn now to the zika virus. and turning now, rather, to the republican race. one day before the big debate here on abc rather. donald trump is enjoying a wide lead. 11 points ahead of his nearest challenger, marco rubio, with ted cruz in a distant third place. and as the republican race heats up in new hampshire, trump apparently focused on not making the same mistakes he did in iowa, holding five events in one day. it's your voice, your vote. and abc's tom llamas is covering the republicans in new
>> reporter: donald trump trying to step up the pace. tweeting volunteers at his campaign office, shaking hands with local police. trump's message, only an outsider can fix america's problems. >> no politician is going to solve it. no politician. these people -- i'd like to use really foul language. i won't do it. i was going to say they're full of [ expletive ] but i won't. it's true. >> reporter: and trump still wailing away at senator ted cruz under fire after his campaign spread misleading information suggesting ben carson was dropping out of race after the iowa caucuses. now voicemails surfacing. the cruz campaign with this call on caucus day. >> this is the cruz campaign with breaking news. dr. ben carson will be planning to suspend his campaign following tonight's caucuses. please inform any carson caucusgoer to this news and urge them to caucus for ted cruz instead.
the e-mail. with ted cruz or his campaign > i haven't seen that. it was very unfair to dr. carson. i guess probably i was the one that was hurt most by it because maybe i would have won. >> when you win in the state of iowa, your opponents want to tear you down. they want to attack you. >> reporter: now cruz playing offense. >> jimmy carter endorsed donald trump. i am not making that up. >> reporter: not an endorsement, but enough for a cruz attack ad. >> if i had a choice between cruz and trump, i think i would choose trump. >> mr. trump, cruz is out with a video with jimmy carter, saying he would pick you over cruz. what do you say to that? >> he's got good taste. >> reporter: all the candidates noticing those new poll numbers out of new hampshire. donald trump telling me he needs his people to go out and vote for him. senator cruz noticing that rubio surged but he's reminding voters here that he won the iowa
bronze is not the new gold. tom llamas, new hampshire. >> trump will be center stage tomorrow night with his remaining six competitors for the next republican debate in new hampshire. joining our political team as abc news coverage begins saturday evening at 8:00 eastern/7:00 central. the zika virus, rattling nerves as it spreads across the world. there are more than 50 confirmed cases nationwide. at least a dozen are in florida where the state of emergency has been expanded. abc's linzie janis is there with the latest. >> reporter: the state of florida ramping up its fight against the zika virus. >> while all the cases in florida are travel-related, the mosquito that causes zika virus is common in florida. >> reporter: the governor now declaring a state of emergency in five counties. so, are they prepared?s 20 million residents and over 100 million tourists a year, and right now, they have less than 1,000 kits to test for zika. the governor is requesting thousands more.
who have been bitten and infected by a mosquito actually show any signs or symptoms. >> reporter: the symptoms of zika -- fever, rich, joint pain, conjunctivitis, muscle pain and headache. in dallas this week, news that the virus was transmitted sexually has many officials concerned. another worry -- the first case of zika infection from a blood transfusion reported in brazil. here at miami international airport, there are thousands of flights coming in every day from 30 high-risk countries flagged by the cdc. more than 100 flights from brazil alone. linzie janis, abc news, miami. we're learning of a new danger for airline passengers distracted air traffic controllers. an investigation by wabc finds some of the faa employees have been disciplined for texting, taking selfies or even watching sexually explicit videos on their phones. not one of these on-duty controllers who were caught has
>> there is no task that i can think of that requires more intense repetitive, continuous concentration than being an air traffic controller. >> the faa says controller who's do not turn off their phones while at work face disciplinary action. some experts say the controllers shouldn't have their phones with them at all. the government is taking new steps to stop food-borne illnesses stemming from tainted poultry. the tougher rules will affect chicken sold in pieces as well as ground chicken and turkey. the new standards are targeting salmonella by lowering the level of contamination allowed in the processing facilities. the move is aimed at cutting the number of cases by 50,000. and there's a surprising discovery under the golden arches. some of mcdonald's new salads are packing more calories, fat, salt than even a big mac. among them, mickey d's premium southwest salad featuring healthy spinach and kale, but it is topped with buttermilk,
and much more, all totaling 710 calories and 43 grams of salt and more than 1300 milligrams -- or grams of foot and 1300 milligrams of salt. that's nearly 200 more calories than a big mac. >> the lesson of the day is stick with the -- >> stick with the big mac. >> a bacon, egg and cheese sandwich. and a large coffee. >> and a diet coke. the deadline has passed in california. lottery officials say no one has submitted the winning ticket for a $63 million jackpot. this breaks my heart. the ticket was sold last august in los angeles at a 7-eleven. whoever bought the ticket, we hope that person never finds out. because until late yesterday afternoon, they had time to claim the prize. it didn't happen. at least one person is suing, claiming he submitted the winner but was refused the prize. does that make sense? the lottery says some claims have to be investigated. if nothing pans out, the money goes to california schools. you know what? i hope that person never finds out, right?
>> and if they do, just tell them that their life would have ended up worse. money isn't everything. >> yeah, it is. no luck on the ticket. you could say some commuters in london had a good deal off luck when they showed up at a train station. >> no introduction there for this guy. sir elton john popping into the london international station to perform a piano medley, as part of a promotion for his new album which comes out today. >> very cool. and when he was done, john autographed the piano, which he bought and donated to the station. it will stay there so everyone can take a turn being that piano man or woman. >> you know what my absolute favorite is? hold me closer tiny dancer >> wow. i'm pretty sure that's not elton john's favorite right now.
>> oh, boy. >> whoo. coming up, a super bowl edition of "the skinny," including snoop dog's reporting from the big game. also ahead, coldplay revealing new details about the halftime show and much anticipated performance with beyonce. all the single ladies all the single ladies >> good lord. and ads already getting attention before the super bowl sunday. it's madison avenue's biggest event as we look at the forecast map. reena sings all the hits, nothing but the hits. ding ding ding >> announcer: "world news now"
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i could have told you that. this sunday is, of course, super bowl 50. >> excited. >> yeah. we've got cheer, yes, we do. which means millions of people all over the country will sit down with their friends, of course their families, and enjoy one of america's favorite pastimes. >> you make it sound like it's thanksgiving. >> it is. >> watching commercials is part of the deal, right? abc's lauren lyster has a preview of this year's crop, including some famous faces. >> reporter: making an appearance at the super bowl this year, marilyn monroe. >> much better. >> reporter: christopher walken. >> you're looking for these. >> reporter: and icon of tv shows past, scott baio. >> anybody want to feed scott? it's included in the price of admission. >> reporter: those are just a few of the celebs appearing in
selling everything from candy bars to cars. we're moving on up >> reporter: apartments.com has jeff goldblum scaling a high-rise building to bump into more famous folks. >> wait a minute. is that george and weezy? >> reporter: taco bell is taking a different tact, using mystery to advertise something new. >> the people in the commercial don't know what it is. >> reporter: the ads star a green brick and avocados of mexico has aliens touring a museum of earthly culture. >> this is the white and gold dress that caused a civil war. >> reporter: "gma" went behind the scenes for the making, getting a glimpse of the game day pressure ad execs face. >> it's weird sitting there. you watch the super bowl spot and look down and wait for ten seconds to see what twitter says. you're like, oh, gosh, okay, we're good. >> reporter: and in super bowl dollars, just the minute or so of ad snippets you just watched
time because a 30-second spot will cost advertisers up to 4.5 million bucks. reena and kendis. >> whoo, that's a lot of money. >> yes, fun to watch. just ahead, a super "skinny" including coldplay's insight on who will win the big game. and snoop dogg's special request for peyton manning. i love the pom-poms. >> give us a little cheer. >> announcer: "world news now"
we'll kickoff the super bowl themed "skinny" with the halftime show. >> yes, of course. yesterday, the headlining act giving us a little bit of hint about what we might be able to expect. >> talking about the guys from coldplay revealing their creative process saying they went back and watched every halftime show multiple fims. and they also divulged their inspiration for the set was the english music festival glastonbury. >> good festival. they were then asked how they landed beyonce to perform with them. as you might expect, they simply just called her. but then the brits were called upon to provide some pregame analysis. >> well, i think we're firmly split down the middle between those of us who know absolutely nothing about football and those of us who know almost absolutely nothing about football. so i think, you know, as long as lebron james has a good game, i
>> oh, boy. sounds like sports with reena. >> yeah, so they think arsenal is going to win the game on sunday. >> when asked who the band will be rooting for in the game, panthers. >> nice job. so turning to one of the key players in the game, of course, panthers' quarterback cam newton and a revelation regarding his inspiration toward the end of newton got into that bad axe deputy. he was hospitalized with two fractures in his lower back. >> he recovered. have had a 21-2 record including the playoffs. yesterday the panthers team twitter account posted this picture of his bracelet, revealing one of them is actually his hospital bracelet from the car accident and a quote from newton, never forget the journey. >> i guess he never does. turning now to the broncos getting a surprise guest during their press conference yesterday.
snoop dogg. > bow-wow wow, yippy yo. >> he dropped by as special correspondent, asking the players a variety of questions. including a special request for pizza investor and spokesman, peyton manning. snoop dogg >> snoop dogg. first of all, can i get a 50% discount on papa john's pizza when i'm in the state of colorado? >> absolutely. absolutely. >> second question is -- >> i think we all know why snoop dogg might want pizza in colorado late at night. >> fo sure. munchies, right? but also something very cool to note, the dogg father will likely be rooting for the denver broncos because their running back, ronnie hillman, played in youth football league while he was growing up in los angeles. let's take a look at some other celebrities and teams they'll be rooting for on sunday. start with kate hudson rocking the denver onesie. she's not the only bucking bronco supporter. >> actor don cheadle is a big
jessica biel known to voice her support for the team. and olympic skier, lindsey vonn, who lives in colorado, attends many home games. >> for the panthers, actress and super model brooklyn decker positioned herself as the number one fan. john isner is a number one fan and steph curry is best buds with cam newton. uds with cam newton. seriously? where do you think you're going? to work, with you. it's taco tuesday. you're not coming. i took mucinex to help get rid of my mucusy congestion. oh, right then i'll swing by in like 4 hours. forget the tacos! one pill lasts 12 hours. i'm good all day.
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towards winning this election. >> people of iowa have sent a very profound message to the political establishment. >> i can tell you, i -- i've won and i've lost there. it's a lot better to win. >> what he did is unthinkable. he said the man has just left the race and he said it during the caucus. >> well, listen, it is no surprise that donald is throwing yet another temper tantrum or if you like yet another trumpertantrum. >> based on evidence collected to dashgts we te, we have determined that icen haur and nicole were acquainted prior to her disappearance. eisenhauer used this relationship to his advantage to abduct and then kill her. >> i find it a bit ironic that mr. cosby would seek to exclude evidence that he, in fact, gave quaaludes to women when that was his testimony. does he want to exclude the truth? >> people give me their money
>> this is a man who loved his brother, loved his wife, and loved his kids, and betrayed his wife, his kids and his brother without even thinking. > welcome to diverse tv. >> to my parents, thank you for listening to an overly ambitious slightly annoying 13-year-old kid. >> if you drive drunk, you, simply put, are a short-sighted, utterly useless, oxygen-wasting, human form of pollution, a darwin award-deserving selfish coward. if your brain was donated to science, science would return it. so stop it. >> i love helen mirren. she's not the sexiest thing alive. >> looks great. >> yeah. >> big week ahead. >> yeah. super bowl. >> quiet game happening on sunday. >> new hampshire primary. >> happening on tuesday. and, of course, in great falls. >> tell me. >> to live in it, to win it. you have three people going on two weeks now in a truck trying to outlive each other in the truck.
good morning. i'm reena ninan. >> and i'm kendis gibson. here are some of the top headlines we're following this morning on "world news now." sparks flying between bernie sanders and hillary clinton in their first head-to-head debate in new hampshire, where sanders is enjoying a clear home field advantage in the polls. straight ahead. details in the murder of a 13-year-old girl in blacksburg, virginia. prosecutors say one of the two accused virginia tech students admitted to planning the murder, saying she was excited to be part of something secretive and special.
distracted by their smartphones while on duty. they text, they take selfies and one even watched porn videos on his phone. and california lottery officials say the deadline has passed and no one has produced the winning ticket for a $63 million lottery jackpot. some claims to it, though, will be investigated. those are some of our top >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." hey, good morning, everyone. we begin this half hour with the clinton and bernie sanders before tuesday's new hampshire primary. >> what a face-off it was. it was their first head-to-head snbc at the university of new hampshire. the two candidates did a lot of agreeing, but sparks flew on
health care to isis and their sharpest exchange was, again, over which candidate can rightly claim the title of progressive. >> let's talk about what we would do as president and commander in chief to make sure the progress continues into the future. >> 30 seconds, then we'll move on. >> that's right. i mean instead of arguing about definitions, let's talk about what we should do. >> you began it yesterday with your comments. >> one of the things we should do is not only talk the talk but walk the walk. i am very proud to be the only candidate up here who does not have a super pac, who is not raising huge sums of money from wall street or special interests. >> now, sanders is enjoying a clear home field advantage in new hampshire, his own backyard. the latest polls put him at 61% with clinton lagging far behind with 30%. is considerably tightening among but donald trump still maintains a wide lead ahead of his closest challenger, marco rubio, with
and trump using his, quoted, new york values to his advantage, arguing that no one inside the washington beltway can solve america's problems. >> no politician is going to solve it. no politician. these people, i'd like to use really foul language. i won't do it. i was going to say they're full of [ expletive ] but i won't say that. no, it's true. >> trump still hammering away at ted cruz over his campaign spreading rumors that carson was dropping out of the race and calling for a do-over in iowa. cruz calls trump a sore loser er lose. pulling ahead in the polls in new hampshire, marco rubio. as he goes up in the polls, he's getting an endorsement from a former challenger. it's your voice, your vote with abc's jonathan karl. >> reporter: we met marco rubio in stratham, new hampshire, just days before the primary. he seems to be on a roll. >> they couldn't fit them all in. we've got to get bigger rooms. >> reporter: with the spotlight glaring hotter than ever, we are
>> the next president, marco rubio. >> reporter: he's drawing bigger crowds, and with them, more attacks from his rivals. >> marco rubio has been the most protected, coddled candidate of this entire race. so what i've said before is let the boy come out of the bubble. >> reporter: he says you're the boy in the bubble. you're coddled. you're protected. the most scripted candidate. >> well, ask me anything you want. you're sitting right next to me. i mean, i've done seven debates. we'll do another one. people ask me anything they want. >> reporter: but questions about rubio's experience are intensifying. even rick santorum, who just dropped out of the race and endorsed rubio, struggled to name any of his accomplishments. >> can you name his top accomplishment? >> my feeling on marco is someone who has tremendous potential, tremendous gifts. if you look at being a minority in the united states senate in a year when nothing -- four years when nothing got done, i guess it's hard to say there are accomplishments. supporters have a hard time naming your accomplishments?
>> i mean, rick just signed onto our campaign. i mean, he just literally signed on last night. and so, obviously, rick has been focused on his campaign, not on my record or what i've done. >> reporter: with rubio here in new hampshire, his wife jeanette and their four children looking for a snack. as for the abc republican debate which will be right here on saturday, rubio said he fully expects that christie, bush and kasich will gang up on him, and probably cruz, too. but he said with so many candidates still on the stage, there's not much he can do to prepare for that. in fact, he told me that he hasn't gone back to look at the tapes of any of his previous debates. jonathan karl, abc news, manchester, new hampshire. >> and seven of the remaining republicans take the stage tomorrow night with donald trump in the middle at the new hampshire gop debate as jonathan karl mentioned. abc news coverage led by martha raddatz and david muir get started at 8:00 eastern/7:00 central saturday night.
way in syria as u.s.-backed rebels lose control of a key province. tens of thousands of syrians are fleeing aleppo after days of air strikes from government forces supported by russia. and they're heading toward turkey. world leaders pledged more than $10 billion to help fund schools, shelters and jobs for syrian refugees. back here at home, the poster child for corporate greed, didn't say much at a congressional hearing but still managed to annoy committee members. talking about martin shkreli who has admitted raising prices of life-saving drugs as much as 4,000%. he refused to answer questions, pleading the fifth. instead, smirked, doodled, twiddled his thumbs. >> some of what you saw was nervous energy by an individual who very much would like to explain what happened but is -- >> maybe so, but he vows -- his vow of silence wasn't complete. after leaving the hearing he called the committee members imbacies. he did so on twitter. the committee chairman calls that childish.
government is revising its rules on opioid painkillers. tens of thousands of americans are addicted and dying from overdoses. the acting head of the fda says the agency thought it could do more, but the announcement comes only after congress held up his there's a sad note to tell you about. veteran bmx biker and x games star david mirra has died. decorated x games athletes ever, winning medals over a 15-year span. his stunts on a bike were legendary. police in north carolina say he died from an aapparently self-inflicted gunshot wound. he leaves behind a wife and two young daughters. he was only 41 years old. well, there's evidence high-ranking michigan officials knew about a spike in legionnaires disease much sooner. the disease may have been linked to the contamination of the city's water supply. the governor said he had just learned of the connection. e-mails obtained by the a.p. say state agencies and high ranking
months earlier. we're going to turn our focus to the weather now because it could be a difficult travel day for many people trying to get from washington, d.c., to new england. >> slippery roads and delayed flights on this national weather person's day. i didn't know there was such a day. here's justin povick at accuweather. happy day, justin. >> reena, kendis, thanks. and good morning to you. we're following the potential for significant snow again on this friday. boston to portland, the potential for up to 6 inches of snow. new york city out toward long island looking at the potential for a couple to several inches, as well. again, howling winds are going to create some minor, if not some major travel delays as low pressure continues to work its way to the north and to the east. reena, kendis, back to you. >> i knew it was going to be cold so i wore my lumberjack shirt. >> i thought we were having a picnic later.
>> just laid out there. >> i was going to dig the crew out of their cars today. >> good job. >> justin, thank you. lots of animals have made predictions about big events -- super bowls and world cups come to mind. this might be one of the best. >> so the folks at the zoo in myrtle beach, south carolina, put a helmet for the broncos and panthers on two remote-controlled cars. then they drove them around in the enclosure with a female tiger named tibet. >> whichever car she ran down first was her super bowl pick. guess what she picked? >> i'm going with the panthers. >> she sure did. the cats stick together. >> yeah. so that's the winner. the panthers thanks to tibet. >> what's tibet's record. >> i'm not putting any money down till i know her past record. >> back up. we'll see what she says. >> whatever tibet says is fine. coming up, a '50s flashback. a zombie movie from insomniac theater. the reviews are in.
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contributions. midsemester layoffs are expected. 16 demonstrators were arrested during a sit-in at a bank. earlier this week, the chicago teachers union rejected the city's contract offer. with all the technology we have at our fingertips today, it's a wonder how we have time for anything else. >> in some ways we're lucky we didn't have smartphones and social media growing up, so when it comes to parenting, it's a whole new ball game that many of us still need help with. >> it all started with one question, what new phone to get my daughter? >> reporter: as a physician, delaney ruston is used to diagnosing problems and solving them. chase, she struggled with a how much technology is too much for her kids. get my kids to not be on screens all the time. >> reporter: in a fascinating new movie called "screen agers," she explores her own family's desire for screen time. >> what would you do if you had
>> it would be cool and look busy in awkward situations. >> reporter: and the science of how it can actually affect young lives. >> you can't have the conversations that would lead to the development of empathy and a sense of self. >> studies indicate there seems to be a release of dopamine, the pleasure-producing brain chemical. if you carry around a smartphone, you're always pulling it out and glancing at it because you want the release of that pleasure-producing chemical. >> reporter: kids spend an average of 6.5 hours on screens, not including screen time for homework. screen agers find plenty of parents frustrated by the teens's selfie culture. >> i haven't seen her taking a real photo of anything but herself. >> reporter: to kids spending too much time playing video games. >> when i tried to stop him from playing the games, he turns into another person. >> reporter: ruston found the best way to manage her own
boundaries, which includes a family contract that they designed together >> we don't have cell phones in our bedrooms at night, not at the dining room table and also when we're in the car. >> reporter: but it isn't always easy. >> i wish i had unlimited access but i recognize and understand that the rules are there for legitimate reasons. >> it's still a struggle at times, but now it feels like we're a group doing this together. >> it's just something else to think about that we were worried about like violent cartoons growing up in our generation. now there's so much more with social media you've got to focus on. >> that's why you're the parent and i'm not. it's so tough. coming up behind "playboy's" bold move. >> the sexy magazine covering up. but will it prove to be risky for the iconic publication? you're watching "world news
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abc's nick watt is giving us a look inside at the big change and we're "up all nightline." >> reporter: "playboy" is the most famous nudie mag on our planet. hidden in grandpa's closet and cousin billy's high school locker, on newstands around our globe. >> the rabbit head logo is among the three most recognized logos in the world. >> reporter: along with nike swoosh and apple's apple, but "playboy" is with this weekend's revolutionary relaunch, it's a nudie mag. >> the buck stops in my office if it fails. >> reporter: no more. how can that work? what will that look like? well, here's the cover girl. >> have your parents seen this? >> no, but my dad as the first one to be like you better [ expletive ] do "playboy" because he really wanted me to be in it. >> what? why? >> because he -- it's historical. >> reporter: more from her in just a minute. but first -- >> hef's on board with this? >> oh, yeah. >> reporter: okay. this 62-year-old magazine is
89-year-old man. >> he is a man at his leisure. >> reporter: so, why go nonnude? >> we relaunched our website in the august of 2014 as a safer, non-nude experience, and it exploded. >> traffic skyrocketed. >> reporter: and bigger than business, there's philosophy. >> being a brand that challenges the norms has always been a part of "playboy" and being that nudity doesn't challenge the norms anymore, it doesn't make much sense to stick with that. >> i think the girl next door doesn't exist anymore. she's doing selfies and taking pictures down her shirt. >> reporter: pamela nailed it. this is what a non-nude "playboy" shoot looks like in 2016. sarah mcdaniel, instagram star. famous for flawed beauty. those different colored eyes and this is her cover. >> the first person to even be
so to me it's a huge honor. >> reporter: what does "playboy" mean to you? >> "playboy" to me means freedom for women, like feminism and expressing yourself and no holding back. >> reporter: it doesn't mean nudie ladies in a magazine? >> i guess it did but now the revamp and everything now, i feel like it's a completely different thing and it's more about the women rather than just like, you know, baring it all. >> reporter: the idea is you can now read "playboy" on a train, leigh it on your coffee table, without blushing. > i would say that was probably one of the hardest parts of the whole process is finding out where the line was and then walking up to it. because we need to be -- we still have to be who we are. we have to be "playboy" with that edge, the sexiness. it's a question we ask each other every day. i can't wait for people to see this. >> reporter: i'm nick watt for "nightline" in beverly hills, california. >> i'm glad you and "playboy" have the same philosophy. >> which is? >> how sexy can i get? >> is that right? i guess now we'll actually have to read it for the articles.
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all right. in case the super bowl isn't enough entertainment for you this weekend, there's always the movie theater. >> let's check out what's hitting the box office this weekend, shall we? starting with "pride and prejudice and zombies." yeah, you heard that correctly. jane usa austen's classic novel
this film sees elizabeth bennett and mr. darcy uniting in the name of love and in the slaying of the undead. >> he that believeth in me though he were dead yet shall he live. >> you're quite rude. >> and jesus cried out with a loud voice. >> no, don't. don't. >> not surprisingly, this is not looking like a classic. alan of the village voice says, it fails from "a" to "z." it's neither good nor a good zombie flick. >> lindsay barr of the "associated press" says it might have ever been better suited to a television adaptation. >> that's a little bit rough. turning to "hail, caesar!" directed by the coen brothers features an "a" list catch that includes george clooney, jonah hill, scarlett johanssen. and josh brolin who plays eddie mannix, a man whose job is to solve problems at a major hollywood studio. already dealing with an angry
worse by his prima donna star played by george clooney. >> now, you listen to me, buster. nick skank and this studio have been good to you and to everyone else who works here. if i ever hear you bad mouthing mr. skank again, it will be the last thing you say before i have you tossed in jail for colluding in your own abduction. >> i would never do that. >> shut up! >> oh, boy, critics hailing "hail, caesar!" with andrew pulver of "the guardian," saying it is a lot of fun and beautifully crafted. michael norden of city pages says they may not make them like they used to, but at least they still make them like this. >> wow. i guess they like it. >> all hail "hail, caesar!" >> absolutely. we'll check it out after the super bowl. better things this weekend. >> you're going to wait? >> yeah. >> you're a big super bowl fan. >> the halftime show at least. >> super bowl is so meat. >> shall we go long? >> let's go.