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belonging to an american company. iraq is still searching for the material. the state department says it hasn't seen any signs that any militant group has it. the radioactive fear was used to test for oil field leaks. the u.s. has hit north korea with more sanctions because of its nuclear program president obama signed the punitive measure overwhelmingly approved by congress last week. it comes as the u.s. and china are in delicate negotiations over new u.n. sanctions. one senate sponsor of the u.s. measure hopes china will notice the strong support for the sanctions. federal aviation investigators are getting to work in hawaii trying to figure out why a private helicopter crashed into pearl harbor. it came down near the "uss arizona" visitor center. slamming down hard into the water you see there were five people on board. bystander who's au is happen waste nod time going to the rescue including a local tour operator.
i used to surface waimea a lot. so i dive in and help. there's somebody still in the aircraft so i dove through from the pilot side and the back seat and saw him and then saw the seat was twisted. instant. >> all five on board were rescued. a teenager was taken to the hospital in critical condition. the helicopter belongs to a company that's conducted tours for more than 15 years. a woman who's already been busted for trying to sneak on to airplanes without a ticket has done it yet again. marilyn hartman was arrested wednesday at chicago's o'hare airport. she's being held on $150,000 bond. in the past, hartman has tried to illegally board planes numerous times, succeeding at least once. she's now charged with a probation violation and trespassing. and airline travel complaints were up last year for many travelers. that's no surprise. there were more than 20,000 passenger complaints in 2015.
year. the three worst airlines were envoy, frontier, spirit. the airlines that were most on time and favorable -- hawaiian, alaska and delta. winter at the zoo can be quiet time while the animals wait for warmer weather to return. a couple at the toledo zoo are putting their time to good use. >> a pair of nearly 3-month-old penguins have been learning how to swim in a small indoor pool. >> and they look like they're doing pretty well, look at that. >> not bad. >> next up is apparently to try the swimming thing with the rest of the zoo's penguins and the penguin beep exhibit reopens when pring arrives. >> this is all part of our buildup to the oscars coming up on the 28th. we're getting all dressed up. >> you see them here. apparently they're growing up because they've shed like the downey feathers. you see they're all gray now. eventually that will go to black and white like all the others. did you know that? >> i thought it was like a different species. but they do eventually get the
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hey, why do you need a roller coaster when you have waves like this off cape cod? the coast guard post there had video of a crew train ing inheavy surf. the recent film "the finest hours" about a rescue more than 60 years ago also in rough seas. >> to houston now and check out this shocking video of a school bus coming dangerously close to being hit by a train. the driver said the students were being too loud for him to drive safely. at first, the driver was suspended while the incident was investigated, but the investigation found that the driver failed to follow proper railroad track. and the driver was then fired. turning now to another danger on america's highways. the bridges that connect them. a new report finds one in ten
and in need of repair. >> and among them are some of the nation's most prominent and heavily traveled bridges. here's abc's gio benitez. >> reporter: that new government study paints a frightening picture of bridges in need of repair. more than 58,000. so many, if you join them all up, you would have a more than 1,300-mile bridge from new york to miami. among them, the brooklyn bridge, memorial bridge in washington, d.c., and heavily traveled bridges on interstate 405 in los philadelphia. for many of them, the problem is age. bridges, 85% were built before 1970. we've seen disasters in recent years. >> a catastrophic event would not be an understatement. died when a minneapolis bridge collapsed during rush hour. >> look at the rust. >> reporter: in 2013, "20/20's" deborah roberts went to look at one bridge that was once called the most dangerous bridge in the
new york's tappan zee. >> that looks creaky. >> that's creaky. that's scary. >> reporter: that bridge now being replaced. and behind me, the brooklyn bridge, as we said, on the list of bridges needing repair. but at this rate, we're told it would take 21 years to repair or replace all of america's deficient bridges. >> so the most deficient bridges are in iowa, pennsylvania, and oklahoma. they're structurally deficient and d.c., nevada, delaware, and utah have the least deficient >> it is a frightening thing. increasing traffic on many of these bridges every day. something that definitely needs to be fixed. >> don't take tappan zee. >> tappan zee, at least they're fixing it up. the one i worry about, which i drive, is chesapeake bay bridge, which is so long and so high and
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>> yes, absolutely. now a business in texas is using a low-tech, but violent way, to help you blow off some steam. deborah wrigly of our houston >> reporter: there are the usual ways of burning off stress. running, taking it out on a punching bag, yoga. prepare yourself for something completely different. tantrums, a new business in houston, and it's motto is "relaxation after devastation." it opened december 7th, pearl harbor day. pure coincidence but appropriate. >> if you want to give me your e-mail, i can put you on the mailing list. >> reporter: owner shawn baker had stress issues of her own,
workers in houston whose ranks are multiplying. > i go in the car, cry, scream, just sit there. trying to -- trying to will myself to relax. >> reporter: from that, tantrums was born. now with weapons of destruction that baker supplies -- >> sledgehammers, baseball bats, golf clubs, lead pipes, for now. >> reporter: and soundproof rooms decorating to the customer's wish. >> as long as it's nothing weird or freaky. >> reporter: allowing clients like big rob to go to town. >> i'm going to do her first because she cost me a lot of money every year. >> reporter: all the doomed props were either reclaimed from heavy trash or donated. >> whoo. i want to trade up to a sledgehammer. >> reporter: and that spelled the end for an old tv. big rob had a few pent-up feelings, the usual stresses of out on anything that was breakable --
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welcome back. time for "the mix." a wonderful story out of indiana. this couple, they've been married for 59 years. and to mark their 59th anniversary over there, this is patricia and arthur birch. guess what arthur burge got at 76 years old? >> what? >> atattoo of his wife. >> what did she think of it?
retirement home and suffers from alzheimer's and so he surprised her with it. he goes to see her every day at noon. and those dates on there, that's their anniversary day. >> that is so sweet. >> it's nice. >> it looks very much like her. >> yeah, absolutely. so very cool. apparently in japan, they've gone viral with weird ways your child, your toddler falls asleep. you've got to take a look at this. >> nice. >> isn't that cute? it's done by by #mychildrenoutofcharge. it's a weird way to show how adorable kids fall asleep. >> there is pretty funny positioning. that probably is the coolest. how do you fall asleep like that. >> that's true talent. >> now a karaoke version of the
this morning on "world news now," horrifying crash. the helicopter with a family of tourists on board going out of control, slamming into the water. the jaw-dropping scene in vacation paradise. frightening flames. a fire tornado churning and burning. the powerful winds and dry conditions fueling more danger today. and new this half hour, a nation of deprived sleep. >> the new public health warnings about americans and their lack of rest. the headline hitting home especially at this hour. and later in "the skinny" -- a new mary poppins movie.
classic story is in the works. made famous by julie andrews? it's friday, february 19th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." good morning on this friday morning. i'm kendis gibson. >> i'm reena ninan. andrews. i love emily blunt. >> she is fantastic, but -- >> you just cannot -- she's an icon. she's an icon. >> she is. but they're going to try a sequel. >> two people in this world cannot be replaced, julie andrews and pope francis. who is going to come after him? i would not want to be the person that comes after him. >> i'm sure donald trump has some suggestions on who will replace him. incredible images, a stunning helicopter crash in hawaii. federal investigators are trying to determine why this chopper went down like this. >> the location of the crash was close to witnesses, and that probably helped save lives. abc's david kerley covers aviation for us.
seconds. the helicopter, just short of land, rolling over in the water. >> holy crap! >> reporter: bystanders jump in to help the five people on board. a knife reportedly needed to free one of them. all survived. one in a neck brace. a 16-year-old male in critical condition. the chopper coming down in pearl harbor near the uss arizona memorial. >> that was scary. we were thinking we were going to see a dead body come up. >> reporter: it's clear in the video the tail rotor is not turning and the sound from the engine is erratic. scott reiff is a helicopter pilot for kabc. >> it appears at some point he lost some type of power, that he disengaged the rotor system from the engine. he may have flared a little too high. it's hard to say for certain. just didn't have enough energy in the rotor system to cushion the landing. >> reporter: the bell 206 is a single-engine, five-seat aircraft. this one built in 1979 and owned by what appears to be a one-helicopter tour company called genesis. the surviving pilot should be able to tell investigators exactly what went wrong.
in that rescue. the ntsb is saying they are launching an investigator to hawaii to try and learn what happened. david kerley, abc news, washington. we move on now to more dramatic video as firefighters near kansas city battle a huge brush fire. they believe it was sparked by grass-cutting equipment. but the heat from the blaze and the high winds fanning it and creating the fire tornado. the fire is on prison property. but it closed a nearby highway. consuming about 1500 acres and is about 75% contained this morning. no homes are threatened at this time. not so in eastern oklahoma where there are more than two dozen grass fires burning. the most in years. officials say numerous homes were lost. but they don't know how many as yet. the city of tulsa has been fires. firefighters are using helicopters to dump water as you see there on these fires and officials say they are so intense right now. well, in northern california, the threat is much
a powerful system brought nearly a foot of snow to some of the higher elevations. strong winds are also limiting visibility with whiteout conditions. many truckers pulled over until the roads were cleared. and it may take as long as a week to clean up this weather mess in utah. a strong wind storm followed by a hailstorm and heavy snow. the winds blew vehicles off the road, uprooted trees and knocked a highway sign into power lines. thousands of residents lost power in the salt lake city area. temperatures fell 30 degrees within a short period. speaking of today's weather and the forecast, windy conditions will continue to threaten the great plains and midwest with high fire danger. downpours in the pacific northwest. another foot of snow is possible in the sierra nevada and cascades. snow and freezing rain in western new york. >> and we're talking record warmth in the midwest. 56 in chicago. 70 in kansas city. 60s in los angeles and atlanta.
30s in new york and boston. well, a few storm cloud democratic town hall in las vegas. hillary clinton booed by the crowd when she accused bernie sanders of not being a real democrat until he decided to run for president. she also criticized sanders for his attacks on the two most recent democratic presidents. bernie sanders had a few harsh words for clinton as well, as the two candidates battled it out ahead of tomorrow's primary in south carolina and tuesday's vote in nevada. in an interview with b.e.t., sanders questioned clinton's admiration for president obama saying it's just her way of don't you think they should all determine who wins the primary? >> lip sync battle? >> that's it. >> that would be kind of fun. so this we know, donald trump is well known, as you know, for picking fights with anyone who and his popularity never seems
but now he is going head-to-head with one of the most beloved men on the planet. the lead area of 1.5 billion people on earth. here's abc's dan harris. >> reporter: donald trump has taken on plenty of opponents, but his latest beef might be the biggest yet, the donald versus the holy father. the pope was heading home after a trip to latin america when he was asked if an american catholic could vote for somebody like trump, given his stance on immigration? he responded, quoeshgts a person who thinks only about building walls wherever they may be and not building bridges is not christian. trump rarely one to turn the other cheek, hit back suggesting the mexican government was manipulating the pope. >> for a religious leader to question a person's faith is disgraceful. i'm proud to be a christian. they're using the pope as a pawn and they should be ashamed of themselves. >> reporter: he even said the pope should want him in the oval office. >> if and when the vatican is
you that the pope would have only wished and prayed that donald trump would have been president. >> reporter: and at the cnn town hall, trump not backing down. >> when you first heard the pope had said something about you that you thought, maybe i'm going to have to ask him for forgiveness? >> no, no. look, i -- not really. >> reporter: one of his advisers pointing out on twitter that the vatican is surrounded by barriers. "new york daily news" taking it several steps further with the headline, anti-christ. as for trump, it's too early to tell whether this latest feud is going to hurt or help him, but south carolinians will have their say this saturday when they vote. dan harris, abc news, new york. >> never a dull moment. so also on his flight home, pope francis raised some eyebrows with a comment about the zika virus outbreak. francis suggested that women threatened with the virus could use contraception, saying he believes there is a clear moral
pregnancy and aborting a fetus. he also maintained church doctrine rejecting abortion as a response to the crisis. pregnant mothers are among the most vulnerable to the zika virus. there's a new argument against breastfeeding too long. children may get too little vitamin "d" that way. researchers say breast milk does not provide enough vitamin "d," particularly in northern areas. so canadian pediatricians are recommending that children who are bred fest take vitamin "d" supplements for the first year. now to some news we can relate to on this shift. sleep deprivation. this is breaking news and ground breaking. a new study from the centers of disease control finds that one in three americans don't get enough sleep. the shocking news says that at least seven hours of sleep we're not getting, that could lead to some serious health issues like heart disease. the study also features a state by state breakdown of sleeping patterns. people in south dakota get the most sleep but folks in hawaii get the least sleep. >> that's interesting. it's warmer in hawaii. i would like to be out and not
>> and just partying. > that makes sense to me. but seven hours. >> shocking we're not getting enough sleep. >> yeah, that's not so shocking. >> not at all. thanks, cdc. the harlem globetrotters are having a great time celebrating their 90th anniversary and putting on their usual great show. back in december one of them nailed a long shot outside new york's madison square garden. look at that. >> wow. nice job. nailed it, indeed. this time it was the staples center in l.a. globetrotter scooter christensen, take that, steph curry, hitting his shot from the 100 feet away and well above the hoop. >> oh. >> is this real? this is real. this really happened? >> it's the globetrotters. it's real. >> it is globetrotters. the shot was part of a promotion of this weekend's globetrotter shows in southern california. >> there we go. one more time. nailed it every time. >> i'm sorry i doubted you all. >> good job. >> should have known it was real
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the city's main water tank. it's just the latest problem for this south texas community. several city officials are charged with bribery. another with human smuggling and the mayor was led out of a council meeting in handcuffs this week. residents also can't drink the tap water in flip the, michigan, but help is on the way. the state legislature is closer to approving $30 million to help flint residents pay their water bill. the governor is also earmarking another $2 million specifically for flint. it will help replace lead water lines and also pay for some of the cost of reconnecting to detroit's water supply. another issue we've been following, the natural gas leak that's poisoned the air of one los angeles community for months has now been permanently sealed. thousands of households, residents of porter ranch are now getting the green light to return home. but not everyone is racing back. kabc's leo stallworth has the story. >> reporter: after nearly four months of leaking some 80,000
gas and sickening and displacing thousands of residents, socal gas now starts the seven-night and eight-day clock for thousands of relocated residents win the five-mile radius affected by the leak to return to their homes. >> to the residents of porter ranch and the surrounding communities, i want to tell you that i recognize the disruption this gas leak has caused to your lives. the discomfort of those who have experienced symptoms related to the odorant in the gas, and the challenges experienced by families that had to move or switch schools with their kids. >> reporter: displaced residents we talked to are not eager to go back home just yet. >> the countdown to hell. people are so afraid to go into their homes. >> reporter: matt says while the health department says the air is safe and agencies have focused on monitoring the air quality, there has not been enough testing of resident's homes to determine whether noxious chemicals from the leak have settled inside. >> some testing at people's homes which is finally the important thing. in our homes is what we need to know about.
supervisor calling for complete timetable for residents to return to their communities. >> the supervisor antonovich would liking to see a full 30 days allowance for the residents to re-establish their lives. >> reporter: congressman brad sherman agrees. >> they've promised indoor testing to see whether the air inside people's homes is safe. knowing that the carpets, the drapes could have soaked up some merkaptan or volatile organic compounds. they promised that testing but that testing hasn't been done and they're telling people the they have to move back into their homes. >> reporter: leo stallworth reporting for abc news. >> long road ahead for those >> it truly is. leo is such a great reporter. every time i see hip, i enjoy his reporting. >> we're big fans. the actress being courted to star in a mary poppins sequel. >> three days after the grammys
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none other than emily blunt. >> she's so terrific. 32-year-old english-born actress reportedly in talks with disney. are we letting the cat out of the bag too soon? she's in talks with disney to star in the sequel which would actually be set 20 years after events in the original. so it's not the remake of mary poppins but we want to know what happens later, right? it would follow the magical nanny's adventure with the banks family in the depression era london time period. i think it would be fascinating. my kids and i just last weekend -- >> watched it? >> watched it. they loved it. it's amazing how a classic from that long ago can -- they were riveted and they would be so excited and would love to see it. >> now that it becomes 20 years later, does it become just a spoonful of raw organic sugar cane or something -- >> i think you're totally right. >> or agave. next, taking a futuristic twist on depression-era fashion. >> these days after wowing a global audience with her tribute to david bowie at the grammys,
on the runway here in new york for marc jacobs. >> is that her? >> yeah. look at her. marc jacobs' fall collection. there was an obvious height difference between her and the real models. but the larger than life persona that always makes up for it, right? >> she looks so happy. the outfits were bizarre. gaga rocked an oversized coat with fur sleeves and oversized blouse, bow and skyscraper heels. she had platform boots and she was still kind of short. with hair and makeup, channeling an extreme 1920's flapper. >> looking good, gaga. looking good. next the "wheel of fortune" epic fail. >> contestants david and keri daley won the puzzle, but he lost the geography test. >> gondola ride through venice. >> yeah! >> let's check your geography knowledge. what country do you think we're sending you to? >> paris.
>> do we still get it? >> apparently you know your husband well. yeah, we're sending you to italy. >> italy! >> oh, that's good. well, on facebook david blamed his blunder on being nst. i would be nervous, too. give him a break. the real estate agent, broker and pastor along with his wife walked away not only with a trip to italy but $60,000 in cash and prizes. >> i'm surprised he didn't say las vegas because it could have been accurate for that. >> it's true. good point. and finally if you're thinking of moving to florida, have we got a property for you. >> pro golfer greg norman has put up his jupiter island estate on the market, a whopping $55 million. he bought it for just a hair under $5 million. that was back in 1991. the property is named tranquility features seven buildings including a four
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>> it is outrageous that republicans in the senate and on the campaign trail have already pledged to block any replacement. >> it's called delay, delay, delay. >> we should not allow a lame duck president to essentially capture the supreme court in the waning months of his presidency. >> we need someone who can fix the problems that cause your anger and frustration and that's jeb bush. >> the world trade center came down during your brother's reign. >> he had the gall to go after my mother. >> i've heard for years he kept the country safe after. what does that mean after? what about during 9/11? i've never seen anybody that lied as much as ted cruz. >> it's not a response simply to start yelling louder and louder, liar, liar, liar. >> i'm hoping to get your support in the caucus on saturday. >> together we're going to create an economy that works for the working class and the middle
[ speaking foreign language ] >> translator: we are tying that unity between the two countries by going to the river together and praying together. >> still going to live the same lives basically. >> he will retire. that's what he really wanted to do. >> if you would have told my 11-year-old, 5-year-old, any age that i would have received an award from stevie wonder. >> if you just focus on the work and you don't let those people sidetrack you, some day when you get where you're going, you'll look around and you will know that it was you. >> inspirational words. >> and clearly that woman in that last shot was very inspired by -- but it was a fun event and a busy week coming up. a couple of events. national banana bread day. national dog biscuit appreciation day. national kahlua day. >> really? you going to bring something in? >> maybe. and i learned something. there's a gibson park in great falls where they're holding the lewis and clark festival tomorrow. >> it's making sense, kenny g.
good morning. i'm reena ninan. >> and i'm kendis gibson. here are some of the top headlines we're following on this friday morning on "world news now." other major tech firms now supporting apple in its fight with the fbi. they agree that hacking a terrorist's iphone could set an unfortunate precedent. in the meantime, the fbi has searched the home of the san bernardino shooter's brother. full coverage ahead. hawaii. the private helicopter slamming into pearl harbor near the "uss arizona" visitor center. five people were on board, all survived. hospital in critical condition. investigators are looking into the cause.
than 58,000 of america's bridges are structurally deficient. among them some of the most nation's most iconic. you see one there, the heavily traveled including the memorial bridge in washington, d.c., and the brooklyn bridge. three americans don't get enough that should be at least seven hours. the lack of sleep puts you at risk for chronic diseases like heart disease. those are some of our top stories on this friday, february 19th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> good morning, everyone. we begin this half hour with the apple and fbi standoff. of course, ever since the san bernardino massacre two months ago, the agency has been trying to get data from the iphone of one of the killers. >> apple won't provide the encryption key despite a court order this week. with more here's abc's pierre thomas. >> reporter: the fbi searching the home of syed farook's brother, but no closer to
industry giants closing ranks behind apple, even as authorities claim they need to be able to hack into phones to crack cases beyond terrorism. as in the case of two officers recently shot in new york. police locked out of potential evidence in the suspect's phone. >> this is the phone that was used by one of his associates in that case. despite having a court order, we cannot access this iphone 5. >> reporter: the issue of breaking into encrypted phones ignited by the fbi's legal challenge to apple over the farook case. experts telling abc news it would not be that hard to design a gateway or backdoor. >> from my perspective, it's relatively easy to create the back door, but just because something's easy to do doesn't mean you should do it. >> reporter: some analysts say it opens a pandora's box for tens of millions of smartphone users. >> you would have created what amounts to a smart software bomb that if it falls into the wrong hands, it could then be turned around and used to unlock every single iphone and ipad in existence.
officials are frustrated with apple's attitude. so, expect the justice department to take additional steps in court to force apple to open that iphone immediately. pierre thomas, abc news, washington. now to a missouri woman who is in federal custody this morning after showing support for isis in social media. the fbi searched her home in an early morning raid after knocking down the doors with a battering ram. federal investigators say she used a twitter account associated with isis to call for the murder of two fbi agents. she allegedly even posted their home addresses, as well. and as if that weren't enough, there are also fears isis may get its hands on the makings for a nuclear bomb. radioactive material that was stolen a few months ago from an american company's facilities in iraq was supposed to be used to help find leaks in oil field equipment. iraq has been looking for the
pope francis has raised some eyebrows with the comment about the zika virus outbreak. on his flight home, francis suggested that women threatened with the zika virus could use contraception. pregnant mothers are among those most vulnerable to the zika virus. the pope said that he believes there is a clear moral difference between preventing pregnancy and aborting a fetus. he also maintained church doctrine rejecting abortion as a response to the crisis. well, something donald trump is want known for backing off, but now he's easing up on his heated rhetoric about pope francis. more in a moment but the pope's comments about trump and his reaction have rocked the presidential race. here's abc's terry moran. >> reporter: on board the papal airplane, a stunning moment. [ speaking foreign language ] >> donald trump. >> reporter: pope francis asked directly about donald trump's plans to build a wall on the u.s./mexico border, and deport millions of undocumented immigrants, speaking from the heart. a person who thinks only about
may be, and not of building bridges, is not christian, the pope said. adding pointedly, this man is not christian, if he has said things like that. a staggering papal denunciation, and it came after a week of francis in mexico, again and again, preaching a highly charged political message. like those scenes in juarez, a few feet from the u.s. border, francis giving his blessing across the rio grande to undocumented immigrants in the u.s. and then demanding that more be done for all desperate migrants. no more death, no more exploitation, he pleaded. pope francis is a man who chooses his words carefully. he knew exactly what he was saying. he knows trump, he knows the issues. they're close to his heart. but the pope also told us that he's not a politician. he's speaking as a pastor, not trying to support a candidate but trying to bring to voters and politicians what he believes are the teachings of jesus christ.
vatican. let's move now to the war of words that triggered all kinds of responses from trump's republican rivals and some of them might even surprise you. at a town meeting in south carolina last night, the candidates weighed in. but perhaps most surprising, trump actually eased up on his original attack on the pope. >> i don't think this is a fight. i think he said something much softer than was originally reported by the media. >> i don't think it's appropriate to question donald trump's faith. >> listen, that's been donald and the pope. >> we have a right to control who comes in, when they come in and how they come in. >> interesting. going into tomorrow's south carolina primary, most of the latest polls still show that trump has a double-digit healthy lead, although one has trump in a virtual tie with ted cruz. >> the candidacy of ted cruz is being questioned, challenged today in court. a man in illinois is objecting to cruz being on the ballot in his state because cruz was born in canada.
because his mom was a u.s. citizen. the man who filed the suit against cruz says if cruz is the republican nominee, democrats could challenge his eligibility in the fall. experts say this challenge will likely go nowhere. in an increasingly tight democratic race, the candidates are taking off their gloves. at last night's town hall meeting in las vegas, hillary clinton was booed at one point by the crowd when she accused bernie sanders of not really being a democrat until he decided to run for president. she also criticized sanders for his attacks on the two most recent democratic presidents. bernie sanders had harsh words of his own, questioning hillary clinton's admiration for the president, saying she is simply pandering for black votes. the two candidates are locked in a dead heat ahead of tomorrow's caucuses in nevada and the primary in south carolina in a week and a day. the suspect accused in last spring's washington, d.c.,
police say 35-year-old daron wint killed an executive, his wife, his son and their housekeeper, then set their home on fire before fleeing. he was linked to the crime by dna found on a pizza crust. he faces life in prison if convicted. the stakes may get higher for the so-called affluenza teen today. a judge will decide whether to move his case from juve court to adult court. the transfer would happen when ethan couch turns 19 in april. the convicted drunk driver has been in a maximum security adult facility for nearly two weeks. the judge may also decide to keep him there until his birthday when the penalties for violating probation will become more severe. firefighters near kansas city are battling a huge brush fire. they believe it was sparked by a lawnmower. with the heat from the blaze and the high winds fanning it created a fire tornado. you saw that. the fire is on prison property but it has closed a highway nearby.
and is about 75% contained. no homes are threatened at this time. and that is not the case in eastern oklahoma where homes are as you can see there, structures are being burned. numerous homes were lost but they don't know how many. there are more than two dozen grass fires burning. the most in several years. the city of tulsa has been filled with smoke from the fires. firefighters are using helicopters to dump water on the flames and they say the aggressive effort seems to be working. in today's forecast, dangerous winds again threaten the great plains and midwest. downpours in the pacific northwest. another foot of mountain snow in california up to washington state. snow and freezing rain in western new york. >> 30s in boston and new york. 50s in chicago. great falls and minneapolis. 60s in los angeles and atlanta. and 70s in albuquerque and miami. well, two rare white tiger cubs are now calling australia home. the little cuties, look at them,
arrived earlier this week from a zoo in japan. they don't have official names yet but are called red and yellow for now. >> because they look red and yellow. it's hoped that the sisters will help attract tourists to dream world theme park. the tigers are born white when their parents share the right combination of special genes and that causes a lack of pigment in the fur. >> so it's a pretty good deal because australia zoo actually trades koalas to other zoos. >> apparently there are only 3200 tigers left in the wild. >> let's hope they're not that angry. >> simmer down. coming up in the "insomniac theater," two new movies that might scare you. the reviews are coming in. >> we've heard of therapy pets before, but how about a couple pythons to soothe your nerves. >> no, no. >> you don't do well with pythons. but there's one woman who is fighting to keep her snakes alive. later, the king of snapchat. deejay khaled. how this hitmaker of hip-hop
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a woman in ia a woman in iowa has a unique remedy to treat her anxiety and depression. snake therapy. darla mcginnis, a resident of council bluffs, has two ball pythons but in january she was forced to remove the snakes after a visit from animal control. so for now, she visits them at a friend's home in omaha, nebraska. mcginnis is fighting to change the law. >> i've had anxiety problems my whole life. medication never helped and then i got zagan, and he helped. >> mcginnis appeared at a council meeting this week, hoping to change the law. she's also collecting signatures to help her cause and she will
keep her pets. >> well, the pet seems to like her. >> uh -- >> whoa! did not like that camera there. you saw the tongue going up. a little crazy. >> i can't get over those. >> you do have a phobia. what's definitely not very therapeutic is a mysterious noise that's been driving people crazy in one community west of portland, oregon. >> we told you about it yesterday. officials have been ruling out what it's not. so what is it? abc's neal karlinksky now on the deepening mystery. >> reporter: as mysteries go, there aren't many that can match annoying as it is unexplained. [ screeching ] that high-pitched sound reeking havoc on forest grove, oregon, for weeks, mainly at night, even waking people up. >> it sounds like brakes to me. the cyclical, you know, screeching of, you need to change your brakes. >> reporter: local officials have ruled out a water valve, gas leak or wildlife. and the nearest train track is
annoying sound in the world? [ screeching ] >> guys, guys, guys! >> reporter: unlike "dump & dumber," this sound isn't so funny to people who live here. the fire department doesn't know what it is either. >> welcome "the x-files" back on tv again, so, here we are. >> reporter: the truth is out there, and whatever it is, it sure is loud. and baffling. [ screeching ] neal karlinsky, abc news, seattle. >> you know, yesterday our crew sort of figured it out. and our belief -- i mean, our crew, thought that it was a water -- something in the water system. >> that's that loud out there in the winter? >> yeah. so, i would say, check the water system. that's what the "world news now" crew thinks. >> good luck folks in oregon. coming up, taking fame to a whole new level. >> he's got hit records and famous friends but where deejay
himself into an accomplished and formidable force inside the recording industry. khaled's fame through the roof is really his creative use of social media. we're "up all nightline" with abc's t.j. holmes. >> reporter: at 40 years old, he's become the unlikely king of and "nightline" is along for the ride. many of khaled's snapchat stories revolve around life here in his miami mansion. where he lives with his long-time fiancee. >> the path way to success. this relaxes me when i water my plants, when i see the flowers grow. whether i talk to the order. lion. lion. >> reporter: he's kind countless >> another one just know. success. "nightline." major key. you know what i'm saying? this is big. snapchat audience equates to marketing gold.
deals, tv shows, endorsements. >> reporter: he's already cashing in, recently debuting a line of merchandise called what else, we the best. earlier this month he signed an exclusive radio deal with apple music. khaled estimates 50% of his current fan base are newcomers from snapchat, the other half being long time fans of his music. his first big billboard hit was 2007's "we taking over." he has created hits with kanye west, nicki minaj and jay-z, just to name a few. >> it confuses me and disappoints me when somebody says, what does he do? my records are some of the biggest anthems ever. what you think, they magically just appear? obama walked out to my record. >> how do you like my new entrance music? >> that day i said i made it. >> reporter: a major moment in
born to palestinian parents in new orleans, he still cherishes his arab heritage. >> you can say i'm muslim. it's a way of life. so i can't say that i followed completely perfect of the way i'm supposed to be doing it, but i know my heart is clean and i have a clean soul and i know god got me. >> reporter: is it upsetting to you to see some of the talk out there about possibly cutting off muslims coming into this country and things like that? >> i think when people say that, that's just ignorance. i promote love and peace. i'm taking over as your principal for the day. school is like life. you will be tested, pass it. >> reporter: he continues to spread that have of signature khaled wisdom far and wide, shocking hundreds of middle schoolers with a surprise visit. >> and i want to let you all know i love y'all for real and i appreciate y'all having me here. >> reporter: before he left, you know he had to get that perfect snap. >> miami city middle school, make some noise!
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>> yeah, it's good music. time now for "insomniac theater" checking out two movies opening today, starting with a terrifying new horror flick. >> the witch" weaves togethere old stories of black magic and possession telling the tale mysterious evil in the new england wilderness of the 1630s. >> this is witchcraft. >> she put a curse on me! >> why have you turned against me? >> i saw it.
no one can. >> "the witch" scoring 83% on rotten tomatoes. the critics love it. johanna writes the macabre to the core. it will have you seeking out a church as soon as you leave the theater. pretty good review. randy myers calls it reminiscent of edgar allan poe's "hawthorne" and the brothers grimm, "the witch" is the kind of movie magic that sends chills up the spine. >> so it's a comedy, right? not quite? next up, we're leaping ahead from "the witch" 240 years into the 1870s. kiefer and donald sharing the stage as a retired gunfighter who returns to his hometown in wyoming hoping to repair the relationship with his estranged father. but the town is in turmoil. the railroad is coming through and the criminal gang is terrorizing ranchers who refuse
>> well, well, well, i heard a lot about you. >> is you going to be a problem? >> i feel you and i are headed for an inevitable conclusion. >> if i was looking for trouble, you'd already know it. >> stay inside. >> you're going to try to push them off homesteads they've been living on all their lives. >> and if we're still here? >> then i'd start looking for a black dress. >> "forsaken" is getting only a 50% rating on rotten tomatoes and the critics are mixed. joe laden in variety, refreshingly and unabashedly sincere in its embrace of western convention and archetypes. roger moore counters too stiff and stale to overcome its acres of cliches. a couple decent offerings out there. if not, there are some good movies from last week we can all check out. >> that's the news for us this half hour. >> remember to follow us on
making news in america this morning, faith and politics. donald trump responding to the pope saying he's not a christian while john kasich has an emotional connection with a voter. plus, hillary clinton and bernie sanders and their neck and neck race in a key battleground state. the latest just ahead. no justice. vice president joe biden, what he said overnight about replacing antonin scalia. how he may hold the key to the next person to sit on the supreme court. twisting inferno. a grass fire transforms into a tornado of flames. multiple wildfires threatening the western communities this morning.