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he cautions there may be not be a single answer as to why someone becomes a terrorist. >> democracy still provides the most resilient and reliable platform that we have for preventing and responding to violent extremism. >> the state department would not comment on the remarks. the secretary is in india today. the u.s. is warning allies in the middle east to stop fighting each other.
defense secretary ash carter called on turkey to stay focused on isis and not the kurdish fighters. it's likely to come up when the president of turkey and president obama hold talks this weekend. an attack targeted recruits at a military camp. yemen is in the middle of a and al qaeda to expand their reach. at home, new details about the false alarm that brought l.a.x. to a standstill. they are focusing on what prompted 9-1-1 calls reporting shots fired. on the ground! >> reporter: sunday night at l.a.x., police first responding to reports of a man dressed in black wearing a mask and carrying a sword. officers quickly surround the man, ordering him to the ground.
of gunfire. >> a shooting in progress at l.a.x. a number of shots. >> reporter: police with guns drawn searching the airport while hundreds of passengers raced outside, some past security checkpoints. panic spreading quickly through social media. a ground stop ordered for all flights. >> there was a flood of people saying this was a shooter. >> reporter: matt gutman was at the airport. >> reporter: everywhere people trying to get where they're going out of this airport. pretty chaotic and scary here. >> reporter: actor josh gad there, as well. he says, "got my kids and running for my life." steve gomez says you can't take any chances. >> you run, hide or fight. if you can't run away because you're in an area where you're closed off, hide. >> reporter: in the end, it was a false alarm. the street performer in the zoro costume released. he later spoke with kabc,
>> i got police all around me. i'm not even thinking about what i was wearing. >> reporter: the latest panic triggered by a false alarm. two weeks ago at jfk airport, passenger ran to the streets after hearing loud bangs that many mistook for gunshots. three people were taken to the hospital with minor injuries after they were trampled. police don't know what the notices were that prompted that initial 911 call. abc news, los angeles. now to a daring rescue in rhode island as workers were they were specting the bridge when their bucket tipped over leaving them stuck. after about two hours -- can you imagine two hours? the men were transferred into another bucket and hoisted back up to the bridge. both men were treated at the hospital for minor injuries . now to breaking news of an accident 3.2 million years ago. a researcher believes that the human ancestor known as lucy
discoveries in paleontology. she revealed a lot about human evolution, but how shdied has been a mystery. that texas researcher says cracks in her bones indicate a fatal fall. other scientists say the cracks are a result of the age of the bones. the mystery kind of continues. >> continuing coverage over the next 2000 years on that breaking news. so many years in the making. >> because the bones are breaking and also because it's old. it's ironic. breaking news is normally new. >> good job. lloyd, the writer, nice. okay. and a one-ton fugitive has been recaptured after five days on the loose on california's santa cruz mountains. the owner of the horse named budweiser is blaming a real-life scapegoat. he says the billy goat opened the stable gate allowing him to
>> the other horse got thirsty for water and was recaptured quickly. not buddy. luckily, there were many volunteer searchers on tap. and budweiser is again bottled up. i tried to bring it around. maybe the last one is reaching. i'm surprised he didn't hop the fence. >> oh, my gosh. lloyd, the props on the previous story, all the puns, let's take it back. >> bitter. what do you think budweiser's born-on date was? no? not as -- sorry. we'll just take lloyd's jokes. coming up, coming up a little later, grab your glow sticks. we're at burning man, man. first, the growing outrage over a nfl star's actions. we'll have the latest reactions
sterilized, so you get nothing. you lose. good day, sir. >> well, that pivotal scene in the 1971 children's classic "willy wonka and the children's chocolate factory" illustrates gene wilder's range. he saw himself as a more dramatic than comedic factor. >> it was his comedy that launched him to fame including "blazing frankenstein." >> his nephew says gene wilder died due to complications of alzheimer's disease. he was surrounded by the music of "identifier the rover the ra" >> so many great movies. a growing firestorm over colin kaepernick's refusal to stand during the national anthem. >> now the white house weighing in. >> reporter: he's known for his action on the field.
kaepernick is refusing to do on the sideline that has him in the middle of a controversy. >> i'll continue to sit. when there's significant change and i feel like that flag represents what it's supposed to, i'll stand. >> reporter: the san francisco 49ers quarterback saying he's taking a stand by sitting. refusing to stand up for the national anthem. protesting, he says, police brutality against african americans. his decision met with mixed reaction from fellow athletes. in the stands to sit down, it's going to send the wrong message. he's got to be careful and look at the big picture. >> have to respect the man's opinion and his actions. i understand where he's coming from in him choosing to do what he did. >> reporter: the white house weighing in on the right to protest. >> even as objectionable as we find his perspective, he is entitled to express them. >> reporter: in a written
news, "players are encouraged but not required to stand during the playing of the national anthem." >> reporter: cap nick did clarify that his refusal to stand doesn't mean he's disrespecting the military. he's hoping now that people know where he's standing the issues he's bringing awareness to can be addressed. abc news, los angeles. >> thank you. coming back in with mom and dad. >> it's a must for cash-strapped millennials. is it a good idea? you're watching "world news now."
dad. >> for some families, it's also causing some unexpected friction. >> reporter: after five years in the fast-paced magazine industry in new york, 25-year-old ramona emerson made a momentous decision -- she was heading across the country to move back in with her parents. >> they were so excited when i said i was going to move home. >> we thought it sounded like a great idea. >> reporter: it's only temporary. she's taking premed classes before s heads to nursing school. a new months in she realized it's a small house. >> i'm an only child. they are a little bit obsessed with me. >> reporter: what guidelines would you give parents? >> clarify from the start. let them know what you are okay with, what you're not okay with. >> reporter: for example, is there a curfew? what about using the car? getting on each other's nerves is par for the course. >> issues with practical things.
watching your every move, that's been the biggest challenge. >> reporter: to make it work, the doctor says clarify expectations. like chipping in on expenses and cleanliness. she also recommends setting up clear household contributions, and finally, don't forget to act your age. >> you feel so much better if you try as much as you can to act like an adult and your parents will be happy about that as well. >> reporter: and do some soul searching ahead of te. >> if you don't think you like your kid at the stage they're in now, don't do it. >> it's been a positive experience, and so fun to get to know my parents as an adult. i would do it again. well, maybe not again, but i'm glad that i did it. >> reporter: juju chang, abc news, new york. i moved home for a year after graduation. >> yeah. >> i moved out. i came back to visit. do you know what i found in place of my bed? >> what? >> a piano. they turned my bed into a piano
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every summer right about this time, all of the bay area disappears, and pops up in the middle of the desert in nevada for the rite of august known as burning man. it's taking place right now. this year for the first time with we have a live picture. this is happening in the nevada desert at this hour. >> good thing we're not zoomed in or i think it might be something we couldn't show. >> you might see some naked people running around or others in tutus. it is a popup festival that is taking place. the event promotes radical inclusion of self-reliance and i think other things. it takes place for a week. last year you had the celebrities of the likes of katie perry who was there in the
our good friend susan sarandon was there as well. >> our buddy. >> i'm going to check in with the burning man folks later. >> okay. now to a new look at barney's new york. it's sparking some outrage. they're putting out new sneakers they're calling distressed. it's to the points you can see parts of them have duct tape. >> do you mean >> now, some are outraged at the price tag. they're $585. others are saying this is trying to mimic poverty and make poverty trendy and fashionable and that that's sort of an insult to people who are poor. others are looking at it as an opportunity. one more wrote i have a pair of shoes in a state just like that.
yours for 499 pounds. >> sounds like a deal. and barneys can probably sell it to people who go there to shop. take a look at this daredevil. this is in romania. this at home or in romania. this trick is done atop a chimney. he lives to tell about it. >> that was scary enough when it looked like he was just walking on that ledge. >> that is really frightening. >> no. >> he sticks the landing. >> the romania gymnastics team only had one people at the olympics. he should have joined them. >> there are people who could have joined him -- >> who? >> back to burning man. >> live pictures. did you see that? we had a multicolored thingy. this is what they go there -- it all started in '86 -- >> oh. now we're talking. now we're getting in on some
this morning on "world news now" tropical threat. parts of the east coast bracing this morning on "world news now" tropical threat. parts of the east coast bracing for heavy rains and flooding as numerous tropical systems churn closer to the shore. what the latest models are predicting. a distraction on the campaign trail for the hillary clinton campaign. splitting with her husband, anthony weiner, as another sexting scandal hits home. new this half hour, the first night of the u.s. open. >> while the world's number one player may be on the course, it's who is in the stands that is drawing a lot of attention. wait until you find out. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> explain.
>> and there was a reason we were wearing our sunglasses at night. we'll explain. >> we'll get to that. first, let's get to our top story this half hour, the stormy weather in the tropics. >> there are two tropical depressions south of florida expected to be tropical storms. depression nine is moving up the gulf toward florida. residents in the st. petersburg area are filling sandbags and getting ready for heav >> and depression eight is moving up the east coast toward north carolina's outer banks and expected to be a tropical storm later today. beachgoers are already seeing rough surf and rip currents with heavy rain ahead. >> reporter: hurricane gaston, say good-bye to it. it stays away from land. i want your eyes to first go to td-8, that's tropical depression 8. they don't get a name until they become a storm.
storm warnings in place from cape lookout to oregon inlet. the storm that is dropping quite a bit of rain for south florida through cuba, that one has to become a tropical storm and then make a turn between tallahassee and tampa is where it's hitting right now. the timing for that is thursday. the pacific, hurricane madeline looks to affect hawaii, the southern and big island as it decreases in intensity. >> mother nature business sigh these days. in fact, in the west, a powerful storm system hammered colorado springs. road closures. some motorists were rescued from their cars. hardest hit was downtown colorado springs which received two to three inches in about an hour. they also detached snowplows to deal with as much as two feet of hail. incredible images there. a stunning tornado was spotted growing as it ran through farms at sunset. there were several other tornadoes in the area. none as dramatic as this one.
some hail. the white house says the u.s. has met president obama's goal of admitting 10,000 syrian refugees into the country. this family heading to san diego is among those resettling. donald trump criticized the program as a way for terrorists to enter the u.s. the u.s. will attempt to welcome 10,000 more refugees in the next fiscal year. a huge migrant rescue operation off the coast of libya. about 6,500 migrants were picked up. it's one of the biggest operations of its kind so far. the white house says president obama will meet with the president of turkey on sunday. it will be their first meeting since the attempted coup in turkey. they'll have a lot to discuss. the u.s. is asking turkey to focus on the battle with isis in syria and not on the kurds who are fighting there. and this follows clashes between the two groups over the weekend. we're learning new details about the ex-marine who killed three baton rouge police
newly released medical records reveal that gavin long never saw combat in iraq but told doctors he suffered from ptsd. he was actually diagnosed with an adjustment disorder with depressed mood. he long called for violence against police officers in several rambling videos. at the white house, a new sexting scandal is reviving an old problem for hillary clinton's top aide, huma abedin. the is donald trump. abc as the story. >> reporter: three strikes and anthony weiner is out. the "new york post" rerts weiner texted sexually explicit messages and this underwear photo to a friend with his toddler son there in the bed. his wife, huma abedin, a top aide to hillary clinton, announced their separation monday after remaining by his side through two previous scandals captured in the documentary, "weiner."
>> reporter: abedin already had her share of headaches as newly released e-mails questioned her allowing access to clinton foundation donors. >> huma is getting classified secrets. she's married to anthony weiner who's a perv. >> huma is inside the inner circle of the campaign. this lets donald trump make a case that you have to question the security and the integrity of the inner circle. orr: trump praised her for leaving weiner but took the opportunity to hit clinton for her "bad judgment." he released this ad in nine swing states. >> in hillary clinton's america, the middle class gets crushed. >> reporter: costing $10 million, it is his largest ad buy to date. but clinton's campaign is firing back with their own challenge to trump, released detailed medical records. recently, donald trump has raised some unsubstantiated
while providing fewer medical records himself. clinton's campaign called trump's only doctor's note laughable. >> thank you. and it appears donald trump's former campaign manager isn't really out of the fold. sources tell abc news trump and cory lewandowski speak almost every day. the relationship is described as stronger than ever. he was fired in june with the gop candidate lagging in the polls and hired by cnn as a political commentator shortly afterwards. police in south carolina are investigating reports of a clown trying to lure children into the woods. sheriff apes -- sheriff's deputies say there have been multiple reports of characters dressed like clowns. they try enticing kids with lasers and large amounts of money. authorities say there has been no evidence to support the alleged sightings. it's orientation week on many college campuses. that means parties. >> some campuses have better
around. and that's why we get surveys like this, the top five party schools. >> at number one, climbing two spots from the number three position last year, the badgers of the university of wisconsin. >> yes. >> jumping five spots to two, west virginia university. very good time. university of illinois' main campus was number one. it's three this year. and rounding out the top five, two pennsylvania schools about 80 miles apart. y had lie >> so the midwest far ahead. >> no boston college? >> no boston college. >> a good time, anyway. >> did a lot of partying there -- >> no, i was just studying the whole time. >> syracuse university was five. it is now eight. >> i'm sure parents of all syracuse university students are disappointed about that. same for the university of iowa. number two, now number six. no longer on the list. >> disappointing.
coming up, the who's who of about every a list showing up for the u.s. open in new york city. while another a-lister shows up for jury downtown. yeah, the one word taylor swift used to describe her profession to prosecutors and why she was eventually dismissed. that's ahead in "the skinny." and remembering a comedic legend. what we're just finding out about the late gene wilder, the actor who left generations still laughing with his zany antics. first, here's a look at "world news now" weather brought to you by cats pride fresh and light. you by cats pr
some mesmerizing images of a pod of orcas or killer whales swimming in the bow wave of a container ship. their motion looking like they are surfing. the video was taken by a ship's captain. this is just south of vancouver, canada. here a home, fans and celebrities are reacting to the death of gene wilder. >> just yesterday we learned that he'd been struggling for years with alzheimer's and he died sunday from complications of the disease. and zany comedy, he left behind a legacy that's still leaving us laughing to this day. here's elizabeth hur. >> reporter: playing the role of leopold bloom as one of two scheming producers -- >> my blanket. give me my blue blanket. >> reporter: turned gene wilder into a hollywood star and earned him a nomination for best supporting actor.
with director mel brooks producing such classics as "blazing saddles." [ gunfire ] one of his many screwball comedies. >> dr. frankenstein? >> that's frank stein. >> reporter: including "young frank frankenstein," an enduring classic. an enduring classic. it's just as much fun now as it was back then. producing laughs for even the actors while shooting the film. >> i'd look at him and his face would be here and here, laughing. >> reporter: and "willy wonka and the chocolate factory." in his personal life, wilder began promoting cancer awareness and treatment after his third wife, comedian gilda radner, died from ovarian cancer in 1989. tributes are now pouring in.
of our time. he blessed every film we did with his magic and blessed me with his friendship. gene wilder was 83. elizabeth hur, abc news, new york. and the celebrity tributes have been pouring in. erik mccormick of "will and grace" for which wilder won an emmy as a guest star tweeted, he's a "genius i stole from constantly." i was humbled and thrilled to work with him. >> and from carl reiner, good-bye to a gifted actor whose films i suggest you revisit if you want to be entertained. >> and speaking of revisiting old films, russell crow tweeted, "i saw blazing saddles seven times at the cinema with my school friends." rest in peace. >> did you know that "willy wonka" was actually not a hit when it came out in the '70s?
"ben," about the rat. it was the 54th most popular movie of the year. it was after it made it on tv that people were like this is pretty good. >> and continued to show it to their kids. a great movie. my other favorite of his that i watch every time -- not many people remember this, "see no evil, hear no evil," with richard prior. it's great. gene wilder leaving a legacy behind, and the supp of them sure to continue throughout the night and tomorrow. when we come back, why taylor swift was dismissed from jury duty. >> and the celebrities at the u.s. open to see and be seen. including us. we were looking everywhere. "the skinny" is next.
? ? ? skinny so skinny ? we'll start "the skinny" with t. swift reporting for jury duty. >> the ten-time grammy award winner dispatched her civic obligation in nashville. >> unlike the rest of us, she first posed for photographs and videos with fans before heading inside the criminal courthouse. >> doesn't happen to you at jury duty?
>> e news report she was called on to be a prospective juror. she described her occupation as songwriter. >> a witness says swift was she was initially chosen for a case. >> but she was reportedly dismissed because of her own pending sexual assault case involving a colorado radio d.j. who claims he was fired from a job over false allegations he grabbed her during a photo shoot three years ago. >> not because she's a celebrity. next, there may be a few bumps ahead for bachelor ben and his fiancee lauren. an upcoming reality tv show, ben and lauren happily ever after. apparently ben has a secret he has to first get off his chest. >> "the bachelor's" own ben and rose. after the final rose is when reality hit. >> there's one big thing that you don't know about me yet.
>> we'll wait and see. "ben and lauren: happily ever after" is scheduled to premiere on october 11th the 58 p.m. on free form. >> that's part of the disney network of channels. next the celebrity action at the u.s. open in new york city. >> we were lucky to be in the house as phil collins performed for the crowd. >> this of cool. >> everyone went wild. we enjoyed it so much, and he wasn't the only celebrity there. you have phil collins singing. listen to this. leslie alan jr., anna wintour, susan sarandon in the crowd. you have alec baldwin. >> apparently we figured -- >> we noticed a pattern. >> anna wintour with sunglasses on. >> vera wang. >> we decided we'd get in on the act. >> we were ready for a big jumbotron moment. >> never got on to the
we had a good time anyway. we watched the match. we enjoyed watching phil collins. >> it was fun. >> we rocked out to "in the air tonight." >> this was during one of the jam breakdowns. had a blast. loved every second of it. we got in the car and watched this video back. check out over my right shoulder. >> do you see who that is? >> we had so much fun rocking out we didn't realize susan sarandon was sitting right behind us. >> the best part being when she came on the jumbotron, we were like it's susan sarandon and had a conversation about susan sarandon wearing sunglasses so we should wear sunglasses. she was probably sitting there watching us wondering who these idiots are. >> ltle did we know she was behind us, and then we find out. oh, great. couldn't have taken a creepier picture. >> who? what match? >> there was tennis?
-- >> and djokovic won. but he was given quite a challenge even though their seeds could not be further apart. very cool game to watch. >> it was very nice. >> cool match to watch, i should say. also at the u.s. open, kim kardashian was there. you think she's telling the same story about us? that we're telling about susan sarandon? she's watching right to us. >> while she and her husband were in town for sunday's mtv and u.s. open, they managed to score a phenomenal loft apartment for free through air bnp. >> it normally rents for $100,000 a month. kim posted some snatpchat shots of herself
dawn saves wildlife. ? ? "golden lady" is right. our next topic, she's won an oscar for her performance in "the danish girl." and now the latest challenge, "the l >> we're talking about alicia vikander. she's opening up it her role and boyfriend. >> reporter: she's one of hollywood's hottest actresses taking tinseltown by storm. her breakout year included everything from starring in the summer blockbuster to winning a best supporting oscar. >> thank you so much. >> reporter: her latest film,
timeless story based on the best-selling novel about love and loss. in the film she plays a free spirit who falls in love with tom played by her real life boyfriend. our character miscarries. i felt it was the most intimidating things i've performed because it's primal. i had wonderful people who really helped me to try and make the scenes authentic and real. >> reporter: one day the childless couple discover a baby in a row boat. consequences. >> it was interesting to play a character like isabel. it's hard to judge her because everything is initially made from a good place. >> i'm afraid that would be against commonwealth rules. >> then marry me. >> reporter: the chemistry between your character and michael fasbender's character
i know you're private about it, but this is where you fell in love is on the set? >> that's between us. but we had met a few times at film festival industry parties, but we kind of first got to know each other during rehearsal. we both have done several films where we play a love story, so it's difficult. >> reporter: the ending isn't always the same. >> right. >> reporter: as for the film, she hopes audiences walk away with sympathy from all the characters? >> it's about loss. it's universal emotional subjects that i think everyone can relate to. >> reporter: abc news, new york. >> she, by the way, filmed some episodes for a swedish soap opera back in the day, and she auditioned for drama school. rejected twice. >> and she was also your muse for halloween. >> that's right, i was esa from another great movie. >> underrated movie from last year. >> great halloween costume. >> this is abc "world news now" informing insomniacs for two decades. halloween costume.
good morning. i'm diane macedo. >> i'm kendis gibson. here are some of the top headlines this morning. another sexting scandal for the former congressman married to hillary clinton's top aide. it looks like this time, though, was one too many for huma abedin. russian hackers are caught ki into voter information in two states. a southwest airlines jet about to take off was evacuated after a suspicious package was reported in the cabin. the plane was taken to a remote part of the airport. nothing dangerous was found on board. and it's primary day in arizona. longtime republican senator john mccain is in the fight of his political life, and it may be because of the man at the top of the gop ticket.
august 30th. >> from abc news, this is "world news now." good morning. we're going to start this half hour with the marital problems for hillary clinton's top aide. >> huma abedin is separating from husband anthony weiner after the former congressman was caught sexting again. it's the same issue that cost him his spot in the house. david wright has the story. >> reporter: she is the woman behind the nation's most powerful woman, hillary clinton's closest aide, huma abedin, seen her leaving a campaign fundraiser in the hamptons just as "the new york post" was breaking the latest scandal about her husband. anthony weiner allegedly caught sexting again. this time with his son right there asleep in the bed with him. for weiner, this is the third strike. their marriage is over. it's already been a tough month for aberdeen and the -- for
anthony weiner spent the last few years as a stay-at-home dad. before this he was a mocker, a new york democrat with a fiery zeal and a future. >> the gentleman will sit. the gentleman is correct in sitting! >> reporter: that is until he accidentally posted a lewd photograph on his public twitter feed one night. the congressman caught with his pants down. at first he claimed his account had been hacked. >> it was a hoax, someone sending a picture of a weiner on >> reporter: days later he came clean. >> i made terrible mistakes and am deeply sorry. i've exchanged explicit messages and photos with six women over the last three years. >> reporter: his house of cards crumbled fast. >> today i'm announcing my resignation from congress. [ cheers ] >> reporter: abedin stood by them. the two had a newborn, and they kept a low profile as they
was clear to mount a comeback. >> every day starts right here. >> reporter: he announced his candidacy for mayor of new york and was leading in the polls until he got caught in another sexting scandal. scandal eventually cost him the race and his career, but not his marriage. huma abedin stood by him. >> i love him. i have forgiven him. i believe in him. >> reporter: just like her mentor, hillary clinton, did back in 1992 as she famously told "60 minutes." >> i'm not sitting here some little woman standing by my man. i'm sitting here because i love honor what he's been through and what we've been through together. >> reporter: the bigger question now given the timing, what the fallout might be for huma abedin and her boss. david wright, abc news, new york. meanwhile hillary clinton unveiled her plan to help americans in need of mental health care. she wants to integrate mental health coverage into basic care.
she plans to create a national initiative for suicide prevention. it's estimated nearly 10 million adults suffer from serious mental illness. it appears donald trump's former campaign manager isn't out of the fold. sources tell abc news trump and cory lewandowski speak almost every day. the relationship is now described as stronger than ever. lewandowski was fired with the gop can candidate lagging in the polls. he was then hired by cnn sho commentator. two tropical depressions in the southeast united states. neither has a name as of yet. one of them is trekking up the gulf of mexico and the other toward north carolina. both are expected to dump a lot of rain in florida. we have more from the outer banks. >> reporter: the florida keys already getting a taste of tropical depression nine. the system now heading toward the state's gulf coast. sandbagging stations open in
urging residents to have a week's worth of supplies ready. >> if they need additional supplies, now is the time. >> reporter: in north carolina residents and vacationers bracing for a separate system. the outer banks now under a tropical storm warning. jane gillette hitting this grocery store to stock up. >> well, we were wanting to get in the ocean. i guess that's not going to happen. >> reporter: red flags already warning because of the rough surf. both storms are unnamed, but two weeks ago another unnamed storm wreaked havoc in louisiana. bringing 30 inches of rain in some places and killing 13 people. the biggest concern right now are those rip currents. you can see the waves picking up. lifeguards up and down the atlantic coast are warning people to be careful. linzie janis, abc news, north carolina. and hundreds of miles southeast of where she's standing there's a hurricane out
tropical depression eight is heading straight toward the carolinas, probably getting there late this afternoon. depression nine is dropping quite a bit of rain on cuba and south florida. it will also become a storm and make a northeast turn between tallahassee and tampa, probably on thursday. the latest track there on those storms. there's also nasty weather in the pacific to with a hurricane watch for the big island of hawaii. hurricane madeline. that's a category-three storm. and hurricane lester, a more powerful category four, is further out and not an immediate threat to land. to chicago, it's been a particularly deadly month. there have been more than 400 people shot. at least 78 homicides making august the city's most violent month in almost 20 years. put another way, chicago has had more murders and shooting
and los angeles combined. the hunt for three escaped prisoners in louisiana moves to the third time. michael elliot, walshea mitchel, and willie ethridge escaped. none of them is armed, but all are considered dangerous. in mississippi, hundreds gathered to mourn the death of two nuns murdered last week. they spent decades helping the the man accused of killing them could face the death penalty. the district attorney says she'll consider the facts of the case and the wishes of the families before making a final decision. rodney sanders is facing several charges including two counts of capital murder. and the sister of a new york college student is speaking out about his murder. anthony nazi irwas stabbed to death during a brawl at cornell university over
at ithaca college. police have not revealed what started the fight, but there are details about what led to his death. >> his friend bumped a girl by accident, and he apologized. the both of them apologized. the both of them apologized. even my brother apologized, and he didn't bump the girl. and she said what the [ bleep ] apologizing for? you already bumped me. >> there's another victim who was stabbed but was treated and released from the hospital. the investigators say someone may have captured the murder on video. pope francis has his own facebook account. mark zuckerberg thought it appropriate to give him a drone. the facebook founder and his wife met with the pontiff at the vatican discussing how communication technology can help end poverty. now the drone wasn't a working aircraft, just a model of a solar powered drone. facebook hopes the real thing will help expand internet access in developing countries. it ended well for the little
it was a hero's welcome. they are back home after becoming the first american team to win that little league world series since 2012. their goal at the start of the summer was just to make the world series. check. mission accomplished. and then some. >> yeah. they made the town proud. all those people who claim that their dogs understand what they're saying may not be too new research finds k-9 brains are more capable than we previously thought. >> dogs care about what we say and how we say it. and their brains process these two types of information much like ours do. praise also stimulates the pleasure center of their brains. >> like humans, the dogs use the left side, hemisphere of their brains, to process words and the
>> they say when you are trying to raise a dog, say nice things but you're not using the right tone, useless, but you can use a gentle tone. but if you don't say the right words, that doesn't work. they understand what you're saying. >> weird. it's almost like the dogs are playing mind tricks on us as well. >> it's like you have a family member that pretends not to understand a language everybody else is speaking and then you find out after saying bad things about them that they do understand. >> u mncleookie. >> i think the dogs are doing that. >> thanksgiving he reveals he knew everything you were saying for months? >> said some bad things about uncle mookie, huh? >> yes. don't worry, you're still in the will. coming up -- sorry, tmi family drama. how much is too much to pay for a haircut? two young women take the same sample photo of chrissy teigen to salons with wildly different price points. $55 and $500. see if you can see the difference.
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make the man, and apparently they also make for trouble. at first they say clothes make the man, and apparently they also make for trouble. >> sometimes. zoro became the center of a as scare at lax. visitors to tampa, florida park called police about a man in costume and a mask. >> police say he frightened families and arrested him. he was there for a kos play flash mob and didn't know it had been canceled. >> oh, no.
>> that's no fair. >> come on. >> he thought there was going to be a flash mob. he was ready to dance with his friends. >> exactly. >> where is everybody? >> that's not fair. >> we just need to find him some friends. next, another surprise from the maker of the epipen. >> after weeks of outrage over the skyrocketing price, the company announced it will soon be suffering a generic version at half the price. here's rebecca >> reporter: epipen maker mylan responding to political pressure and consumer outrage after hiking prices from $100 in 2009 to $600 today, announcing its own new generic version of the lifesaving device for $300. about half the cost of the original. >> we're greatly concerned about the price still. $300 is quite expensive for a family. >> reporter: this buffalo, new york, mom keeps
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not a lot of whipping going on. >> not at all. >> but taking care of these manes can be surprisingly expensive. especially when it comes to getting haur hair -- getting your hair cut. >> preach, sister. >> you know about that, right? it can be very expensive and consider yourself lucky that you don't have to worry about that. sometimes you can pay more than $1,000 for a haircut. >> i know. but do you need to shell out big bucks to look like a million bucks? >> reporter: two college-age bffs from los angeles. they both want chrissy teigen layers, gorgeous model. they're taking the same photo to two salons, each with wildly different price points. first supercuts. >> the haircuts are 20. we also offer a la carte services, our shampoos are $5,
$55? >> yes. >> reporter: not bad. this will give her hair more movement. you're halfway to chrissy teigen. >> a loose, natural everyday look. >> reporter: and the results. >> i love it. >> reporter: meanwhile, marisa heads to the benjamin salon. >> we want to make sure it's more flowy. >> reporter: what's the cost? >> $500. >> reporter: some would say, are >> pretty much. >> reporter: it's not just a haircut. the head massage, the fine china, the choreographed cutting. you're like a doctor or dentist with your assistant right here. even -- >> i'll have the grilled chicken. >> reporter: you're kidding me. you serve lunch? >> it keeps getting better. >> reporter: all i can say is wow. >> everything about the experience is amazing.
>> reporter: both look cute, but is one $450 cuter? to find out, we head to the grove in los angeles. which is expensive and which is budget? >> can i get a little closer? >> reporter: come on in. i think you have the more expensive? >> this is the cheaper one. >> are you correct. >> $55 haircut, this one -- >> this one. >> reporter: you can incorrect. no. >> wow. >> i feel like it's the one that's inexpensive. >> reporter: you are corre >> i'm always right. >> honestly, they both look just as good as each other. >> reporter: about 60% of people in our unscientific poll correctly identified the inexpensive cut. in the end, the only opinions that matter. >> i love it. >> i love it. it's natural and easy. >> yeah. >> how much do you pay, kendis?
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? >> looks like a good d ? song. >> yes. it's about good stuff. he was one of those very rare one in a million hollywood talents. breathtaking dramatic actor. a genius comic actor and accomplished writer/director, producer. we can go on and on. >> carry on, carry. on this morning, we're learning more about the final moments of gene wilder's life. the man known to generations of children as willy
>> don't touch me! >> reporter: he was hysterically funny. >> i'm wet. i'm wet! i'm hysterical, and i'm wet! i'm in pain! and i'm wet. and i'm still hysterical! >> reporter: from his first big hit "the producers" to later ones like "stir crazy." >> so long, suckers! >> reporter: nobody could panic quite like >> one, two -- >> reporter: like the gun slinger in "blazing saddles." married in the '70s to comedian gilda radner, he founded her cancer charity after she died. we learned his own health has been failing for years. for the past three years he struggled with alzheimer's but chose to keep it private
him in his prime as willy wonka. >> i have one question, dr. frankenstein. >> reporter: mel brooks said he blessed every film we did with his magic and blessed me with his friendship. >> we are the dreamers of dreams. >> reporter: gene wilder was 83. according to his nephew, he died peacefully holding hands with his wife and family, and listening to his favorite, ella fitzgerald's "somewhere over the rainbow." >> here's a side of gene wilder many don't know. he served in the u.s. army as a medic and helped psychiatric patients at valley forge. >> a varied career. last time we saw him in public was at the u.s. open last year. he was looking frail but made it to the championship. >> what a legend. he was looking frail but made it
making news in america this tuesday morning, campaign drama as hillary clinton's closest aide separates from her scandal-prone husband. donald trump taking advantage criticizing clinton and questioning whether the top secret information may be in the wrong hands. and this morning, john mccain facing the race of his political life today. and see the rush to fill sandbags as rough surf grows and two tropical systems gain strength along the u.s. coastline. where to be on the lookout coming up. and caught on camera, a dramatic highway crash and the brave actions of bystanders jumping into action trying to save a driver from a burning vehicle. and look who showed up for jury duty. taylor swift takes her seat among other potential jurors, so was the songwriter selected to