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process. >> reporter: but later on abc's "the view," johnson taken to task. >> i think it's a disqualifying statement, frankly. >> and fair enough. >> reporter: johnson said he was thinking in terms of acronyms that aleppo was somehow an acronym for something. he also said there was really no excuse whatsoever for his failure and added that if you're running for president, everything should be fair game. martha raddatz, abc news,
canceled classes today after a deadly shooting at its high school. investigators are trying to figure out why a 14-year-old freshman at alpine high school shot and injured another girl, then took her own life. all nearby schools went on immediate lockdown and were evacuated later. a federal agent was also accidentally shot and wounded in the chaos. and a chicago community is coming together to find the man who shot and robbed an elderly man as he watered his lawn. video of the crime shows two suspects ridin they pedal away from the man and then return. one gets off his bike, struggles with the man, and eventually shoots him in the stomach, grabs his wallet, and they both ride off. community activists in the marquette park area are offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to an arrest. and a daring rescue mission resumes this morning for dozens of passengers trapped midair in cable cars in the french alps overnight. helicopters were deployed after more than 100 people became
stalled. 65 people were airlifted out before operations were suspended for the night due to rough conditions. an american tourist was among those rescued. >> we were there almost ten hours in the cable car. the cable stalled at about 2:30 in the afternoon. it was just before midnight before they got us out of the gondolas which was quite an experience. >> now that dawn has broken over in europe, rescuers hope to get to the 33 people still trapped overnight. the cable cars usu passengers a panoramic view of monte blanc, not a terrifying ordeal. to sports and a stunning upset at the u.s. open. top-seed serena williams lost in straight sets to 10th seed carolina plishkova. the 10th year she's lost in the semifinals. she admit her left knee was bothering her. the 24-year-old from the czech republic plays an el eke kerber
controversy over the national anthem is continuing into the regular nfl season. before the season opener, denver broncos' linebacker brandon marshall went down on one knee before the national anthem. >> he was a roommate of colin kaepernick who started the protest. before the game, peyton manning returned to the field, but only to deliver the lombardi trophy for the super bowl championship. >> as for the game itself, it was a rematch of the super bowl theenver broncos. the home team had trailed by suppose ten points, but it came down to the final seconds and a 50-yard field goal attempt. the kick sailed wide left, and the broncos held on for 21-20 win. . >> and now some celebration saying they'll do a celebration of unity during the national anthem at their game. we'll see how it pans out. coming up, enjoying mother
join us as we explore the sweet life of beekeeping and get a tate of why home made -- taste of why home made honey is making a come back. our colleague elizabeth vargas opening up to diane sawyer about her personal struggle with alcohol addiction. the emotional interview is up next. and remember to follow us on social media. we're on facebook at wnnfans.com and on twitter at abcwnn. same goes for instagram. you're watching "world news
turning now to a powerful message from right inside our abc family. >> sharing her personal story, "2 "2 "20:/20" anchor elizabeth vargas opened up about her long battle with alcoh which she reveals some of her darkest moments and road back to joy. good evening, tonight we're taking you -- >> reporter: on television, she's the picture of calm. >> i'm elizabeth vargas in baghdad. >> reporter: traveling the world as an anchor and reporter. >> return here to jerusalem. >> reporter: a familiar face in the morning. >> and today we're looking at jeans. >> reporter: for some of those years she was living a secret double life as an alcoholic. haunted by crushing insecurity
child, she says a glass or two of wine helped smooth frayed nerves. over years, social drinks was a dangerous addiction. more than 60% of women who have a problem with alcohol also struggle with anxiety. >> good evening. we begin tonight with two rescue -- >> reporter: to watch her anchor live tv, you'd have no idea she was forcing herself to suppress deep an -- anxiety. >> i remember anchoring the evening news every night. if you watch carefully at the beginning of every newscast, you will see me lean in and i grip the desk with my right hand. >> good evening from los angeles. on my left hand, i'm taking my engagement ring and digging the edge into my thumb. >> reporter: why did you go into this business if it was going to torment you like this? >> i loved it. i still love it. i love telling people's stories. >> reporter: but people can look at you and say you're so lucky.
it's easy to say that on the outside looking in, and first of all, yes, i am -- you know, i am so lucky to have my two amazing children and to have this amazing job. >> reporter: and as the mother of two young boys, a punishing reality. >> i was drinking and sleeping, and i do vividly remember one afternoon sam standing by that -- my head in the bed saying mommy, when are you going to get up, and i remember i could smell the sunscr could feel the heat from his little body because he'd just come in from the beach. and i would die for my children, diane. i wouldn't give a second worth of thought to die for my children, to kill for my children, but i would die for my children, but i couldn't stop drinking for my children. i don't know if i will ever forgive myself for hurting them
>> elizabeth shares her whole story in a special edition of "20/20" airing tonight at 10:00 p.m. eastern right here on abc. coming up in our next half hour, the massive samsung smartphone recall. more than 2 million samsung galaxy note 7s. why the faa is saying not to use, charge, or even pack the phones during air travel. first, if you haven't ch it's national honey month. in the spirit of celebration, we set out to find some beekeepers, and we didn't have to go very far.
there are plenty of birds and flowers and bees and trees here in new york city, but believe it or not, there's a growing movement to keep the bees here on the rooftops. >> in honor of national honey month, i set out to discover so beekeepers and found out it's not as hard as you think to raise bees right here in new york city. >> reporter: new york is full of sounds, honking, yelling, and even buzzing. that's because in the heart of this congested city lies the surprising splice of nate. >> i would say in beekeeping science.poetry and there's >> reporter: leanne is an urban beekeeper keeping city bees on roofs of all places since 2010. >> i thought there's probably two other people in new york interested in bees. and sure enough there was a class, and this group had started in 2006. and that's the group i now run. >> reporter: new york city bee keeping mission is to keep the tradition of bee keeping alive.
ten hives on this roof. we visited them as they were harvesting a summer's worth of hone. >> this is a heavy, heavy comb. >> reporter: the combs are removed, cleaned of bees and wax and placed into a honey extractor. >> once it's full, it has a basket that spins inside. the honey is flung to the sides and then drains into a strainer and a bucket. >> reporter: amazingly, you can keep bees almost anywhere. >> we can people keeping on brownstones, people keeping in churchyards, people are keeping out in the open. people are keeping in community gardens. >> reporter: a few things to know right off the bat -- if you're thinking of keeping bees, do your research. find a fellow beekeeper in your area and talk to a town regulator like the board of health. >> sometimes there are rules you must follow. we have to have a water source. the bees have to decent forage. the other thing is you should be physically fit. you should learn how to lift properly. a lot of this is handling the gear.
equipment, it's a reasonable shopping list. you'll need a beehive, a bee tool and a jacket to protect yourself. if you want that sweet reward, you'll need an uncapping tool and an extracting tool to get at the honey. >> you feel that high note? >> reporter: and she says these bees don't mind sharing. >> they're adaptable. >> reporter: or maybe they're too busy enjoying the view. >> get it. busy? busy as in bee. >> now i do. that w >> a lot of people when they do this -- when they hear this, they think aren't the bees going to sting you. apparently they're docile. >> this is it? from that lady? >> yes. this is honey from right here in new york city. >> i need some toast and butter. there you go, jack. >> toast and butter. >> oh, my goodness. >> isn't it delicious? >> oh. >> nice! >> that is amazing. >> there's a floral quality. >> there is a superb floral
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time for the mix. a new a new photo is going viral on facebook and giving multi-taskers a little bit of inspiration. megan meyer is from oklahoma. she's a sports medicine physician with her daughter strapped to her back. and megan is also 35 weeks pregnant. dr. megan meyer, that is. >> women are better than men. women are just better than men. >> takes care of high school football athletes. she says sometimes it's hard to have it all. bite the bullet and go for it. >> that is awesome. i love that. >> and her daughter is hanging out. >> there we have a sensible woman caring for her family, and now we have an idiot dude as our next story.
he's about to break the world record for going faster on a skateboard than anyone. 89.41 miles per hour. kyle wester in quebec. if there's a pebble on that road, he is falling off. he's more than skinning his knee. [ bleep ] try going home and explaining that to your mom, and if you ever run a motorcycle at 89 miles per hour, you might have an idea of what it feels like. just look at that. >> i like watching him do it. i don't need to try it. polka time. >> what song are we doing? >> i'll sing it for you. i will play it, and you -- recite it. this is the song. ? politics and foreign wars all the weather all the scores ? ? that's the world news polka ? ? tapes that roll and are way too slow stuff you saw on koppel's show that's the world news polka ?
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breaking news this morning on "world news now," north korea saying they have tested a nuclear weapon. the largest testing yet in a string of provocative acts. we'll have the latest. brand-new polls indicate the presidential race is neck and states. we'll have the latest numbers and the back and forth from the candidates. and new this half hour, a warning for anyone using a samsung galaxy note 7. >> the company is recalling more than 2 million of the phones over concerns that the batteries could ignite. it's already linked to 35 fires and now there's a new warning from the faa about using the phones on planes. and if you missed out on your chance to buy a piece of "full house" history, now i can
market, and wait until you hear the hollywood-sized rent. full story ahead on this friday, september 9th. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> we discovered nick knows the theme song but not the show. >> you were such a good singer. >> carry on. good morning, everyone, i'm diane macedo. >> i'm nick watt. we begin with breaking news overnight. north korea, launching its fifth and largest nuclear test. >> the blast registered as a 5.3 magnitude earthquake. north korean officials say the test was meant to counter what it calls u.s. hostility. >> world leaders were quick to respond. south korea's president called it an act of fanatic recklessness and a violation of u.n. sanctions. japan sent two military jets to
and secretary of state john kerry has been briefed on the situation. they've seen an increase in the number of missiles launch the this year. here at home, the presidential candidates are locked in a tight race with a thin margin in key battle ground states. >> polling shows hillary clinton with a lead in pennsylvania. donald trump is up by one point in ohio. and in florida, they are tied. all the polls are within that margin of error. >> and both candidates are fending off criticism after appearing at a town hall that commander in chief. it's "your voice, year voour vo" abc's jonathan karl is on the campaign trail. >> reporter: campaigning in ohio, donald trump blasted hillary clinton's performance in that national security forum. >> she's got to get her act together. >> reporter: trump is now facing blow back over his statements, including his attack on america's senior military leadership. >> the generals have been reduced to rubble. they have been reduced to a
>> reporter: he even suggested he'd fire the top brass. >> they'd probably be different generals, to be honest with you. >> reporter: there are only so many generals. they come up through the ranks serving presidents of both parties. then there's what he said about his first classified national security briefing. >> i was very surprised. in almost every instance, and i could tell -- i'm pretty good with the body language -- i could tell they were not happy. our leaders did not follow what they were recommending. >> reporter: expected to say nothing about what is by definition was a confidential briefing. >> i think what he said was totally inappropriate and undisciplined. >> reporter: trump also doubled down on the debunked claim that he opposed to the iraq war. >> i happened to hear hillary clinton say that i was not against the war in iraq.
magazine from '04. >> reporter: that was after the war started. tonight the clinton campaign fired off an e-mail. donald trump kicked off his evening by lying about his position on the iraq war. and no one stopped to call him on it. there's only one known definitive statement from trump before the war. and in it he says he's in favor. >> are you for invading iraq? >> yeah, i guess so. you know, i wish it was -- i wish the first time it was done correctly. >> reporter: at the forum, for defeating isis. for more than a year he's said he has one. >> there's a meth method of defeating them quickly and effectively, and it's total victory. i don't want the enemy to know what i am doing. it's a foolproof way of winning. >> reporter: recently he said he'd ask his generals to come up with a plan. >> is the plan you've been hiding this whole time asking someone else for their plan? >> no. but when i come up with a plan that i like and perhaps agrees
may love with the generals come back with. >> but you have your own plan? >> i have a plan. if i win, i don't want to broadcast the plan to the enemy. >> reporter: and finally he raised eyebrows by again praising russian leader vladimir putin. >> if he says great things about me, i'll say great things about him. he's been a leader far more than our president has been a leader. >> reporter: trump even mentioned polls in russia saying vladimir putin has an 82% he didn't mention putin is essentially a dictator who maintains near total control over russian mass media and cracks down on russians who dare to challenge him. abc news, washington. >> clinton also tore into trump over his praise of vladimir putin. she said trump failed to prove he was capable of being commander in chief. she said his comments suggest that he prefers the russian president to our own.
office and the man who holds the office, it is scary. it is dangerous. >> republican national committee chair reince priebus defended trump saying he was not endorsing putin but referring to his leadership. and overseas, three women under arrest as part of an anti-terror operation. south of paris, france, police say the women are linked to a car found outside of minority dam -- note redam cathedral on sunday that contained cylinders of gas and diesel. the women were radicalized and were planning a new attack. earlier this week four other people were detained in the same case. all four are accused of also being radical islamists. wells fargo is being fined by regulators and the city of los angeles. authorities say bank employees opened unauthorized accounts for customers.
money without permission. many of the accounts ran up fees. this went on for five years involving more than 2 million bank and credit card accounts. during that period, about 5,300 wells fargo workers were fired. wells fargo says the money will automatically go back into the accounts of the affected customers. labor day has come and gone, but it's still officially summer. in the northeast, all you have to do is check thor this mommer to confirm that. many schools don't have air-conditioning and sent kids and today it will again be in the nines along the eastern seaboard, from norfolk to boston. with the high humiditi, it will feel much warmer. a cold front is moving in bringing thunderstorms and some relief. a nasa spacecraft has taken on a seven-year mission to a new and unexplored asteroid. the cyrus rex explorer blasted off just
it's supposed to gather hands full of gravel that could answer the question about the origins of life. >> i think we should care about the thrill of exploration at the edge of engineering and science, because in this case we're bringing stuff home for the kids of tomorrow to research for a long time. >> the trip isn't a quick one. it's expected to take about seven years for it to arrive at the asteroid, collect the samples and return to earth. quarterback tim tebow is trying a new career. he's signed a minor lee contract with the new york mets. he played for several pro football teams but never caught on in the nfl. most analysts don't think he'll make it to baseball's major leagues, but the mets' germ manager says his time will be good for the young players he meets. for most 3-year-old at a baseball game, the snacks are
on baseball diamond. meet beatrix hart, she's a diehard mariners fan even though she lives in new jersey. >> she sacrificed her cotton candy to cheer. needless to say this has gone viral. she also roots for the mets. maybe they can sign her to a minor league contract. >> i want to go to a game with her. she's having a good time, and she's loving that cotton candy. >> oh, my goodness. the blue face, the wide eyes. heaven. heaven. heaven, heaven, heaven. >> and hopefully she's a good luck charm for the mets this year. coming up, a suspect challenges police from inside the station. and the furry menace challenging the deputy after a tense standoff. we'll show you how it plays out next. and one of hollywood's most famous families might be just like yours. hear why living up to famous father's legacy was difficult for michael douglas. you're watching "world news now." "world news now" weather
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do not knock over that garbage can. nope. don't do it. don't. nope. better not. better not. >> a california sheriff deputy captured this strange moment. the bear looking for something to eat after it had wandered into the sheriff's office. the deputy didn't get too excited. apparently bears stopping by isn't that rare. they pop by all the time. but at least this bear was somewhat obedient. he followed the orders and didn't knock over the garbage can.
can is gone. i'm not sure however many times i saw a bear pop into my office, i'm not sure i could be that calm about it. >> never. it looked like a baby bear. it was a little baby bear. >> that bear has better training than my own pet. if i tell frank not to do something -- >> you told me during the break you have a pet rabbit. >> i do. >> called frank. >> he's adorable until he tries to chew on something. i say, "frank, get out of there." and he moves for a second and then he goes back to where i le you. >> you're judging me over my pet? >> yeah. i don't know what to make of it. >> maybe i'm judging you for judging me for judging frank. >> i think we should go to another story and i'll concentrate. >> you let me know how you feel about it. so samsung has issued a recall for 2.5 million of its galaxy 7 smartphones over concerns that the batteries could burst into flames.
linked to the phones. now the faa is advising passengers not turn on the devices on or charge them on aircraft. >> reporter: the jeep engulfed in flames, allegedly caused by a samsung phone. >> it was surprising how quick the dash caught on fire. >> reporter: this father says he left his brand new samsung galaxy note 7 charging in the car and returned to this. >> that's the last thought in my head. that a brand-new device, as a phone is going to burn down my car or my house or hurt a family member. >> reporter: fire crews called to the scene, the charred remains of a samsung phone barely recognizable. just last week samsung pulling all of its galaxy note 7 phones from shelves, recalling it after 35 confirmed reports of fires. >> i didn't have any issues until this point. >> reporter: he says he had no idea about the recall. samsung says it's aware of the incident and is working with him to investigate the case and ensure we do everything we can
and samsung is also in the process of replacing all samsung galaxy note 7 phones. it's especially bad timing for samsung just after the announcement of the new iphone 7. many analysts estimate that this recall will cost the company $1 billion. abc, new york. >> thank you very much. frank? how old is frank the rabbit? >> two years old. >> what color? >> black and white with blue eyes. when we come back, w check out matthew mcconaughey's directing debut. and how much will it cost you each month to live with the tanners? "the skinny" is next. >> "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations. "the skinny" is next.
? ? ? skinny so skinny time for "the skinny" with a couple of releases from two a-list actors. >> matthew mcconaughey is directing a bourbon commercial. >> wild turkey. y'all see what i see. >> reporter: the release is on the heels of a trailer debut from his next film, "gold". and next to another trailer release, our first look at ben
>> in "live by night," he tries on a new persona slipping deep into organized crime in the roaring '20s. >> you don't think i'm strong enough? >> i don't know if you're cruel enough. >> men don't have to be cruel. >> "live by night" hits theaters january 13th, 2017. next, to a startling admission from one of hollywood's most celebrated leading men. >> michael douglas had he spent years trying to get out of the shadow of his father, kirk douglas. >> now the winner of many accolades, his father told him early in his career that he "a terrible actor." >>. a lot of sugar coating. >> no. >> it's hard to believe now again he won the best actor oscar for "wall street." played every cheating married man's nightmare in "fatal
told him, "michael, you were absolutely terrible." >> it doesn't matter if he's terrible. that chin. that chin is just awesome. i love it. >> he should have said, "dad, but i'm hotment". >> apparently kirk douglas never thought he'd have to worry about his son going into the acting game because he was so bad. kirk, by the way, will turn 100 years old in december. what a guy. >> wow. next, this is your special subject, isn't it? '90s television sitcoms. >> i can't believe you don't know it. the "full house" home is back in the headlines. >> the iconic italian victorian home, the set of the exterior for the show, is located in the lower pacific heights area. it sold last year for $4 million. >> the new owner is putting it on the rental market for a cool $13,950 a month. and look at what you get for that. every square inch of the house
>> it's not really my bag. >> no? >> not really. but three stories, three bedrooms, three and a half baths. three marshalle fire -- marble fireplace. built in bookcases and apparently a gorgeously landscaped garden we're not going to see. >> that sounds great. ? >> yeah. but of course, the inside of the "full house" home looked nothing like that. >> that's the magic of tv. >> is that how it works? >> yeah. they film the insi >> oh. >> you don't know that? >> i was all excited to go to the house. it doesn't look like that. even for $14,000 a month you cannot actually go to the house we know. >> yeah. and the security deposit, double that. finally glad tidings for a hollywood power couple. >> natalie portman is expecting her second child. she stepped out at the venice film festival sporting a tiny baby bump,
it's been a pretty busy week for the news. it's been a pretty busy week for the news. >> mixed in with politics and crime, we had stories of inspiration and the profile of an american hero. here is our weekly friday rewind. >> it's been the mission of his campaign to demonize immigrants, to call mexicans rapists and criminals. >> people said republicans don't win the white house without ohio. >> i've heard that and we intend to win ohio, we should win ohio. >> every time i think about trump, i get allergic. >> he will build that wall. and he's been consistent on that since day one of his candidacy. and he'll have mexico pay for it. >> what did these geniuses expect when they put men and
>> it's a correct tweet. >> he's receiving heavy boos here. >> it's exercising his constitutional right. >> i want to be able to effect change. >> he twisted the handcuffs until they broke. >> you let this man escape. how is anybody supposed to feel safe right now? >> i think he should have been in there a lot longer than three months and a lot longer than six months. i think he should have been there for the rest of his life. >> when i bought my house, the number one thing i looked at before i did was the sex offender registry list. and there were none. >> i would love to talk to you all. i'm just not ready yet. for us, jacob was alive until we found -- until we found him. >> she was an amazing woman and so i think it's really important that this day has come for a lot >> he would come to work every day in his 2003 honda with over 100,000 miles. he ended up with a little over $4 million. >> i think the amazing thing about the movie and what sully did was what was avoided.
not need to see another wrecked plane. who books this show? there's meg now. i love you, sweetie. sweetie, i love you! i'll find you. i'll wait for you. whatever. meet you in the park. let's have hot dogs at that thing by the place with the deal. we'll get to know each other again. >> i want to be tom hanks when i grow up. >> we're still waiting for you to grow up, though. >> yeah. >> yeah, he does seem to have a great life. >> favorite story of the week? >> favorite story of the week. i don't know. i'm looking forward to this weekend. kind of sad, i know, but saturday the lights go up at world trade center. marking 15 years since 9/11. it's always touching to see the tower of lights for me. >> absolutely. this is abc's "world news now" informing insomniacs for two decades. >> absolutely. this is abc's "world news now" informing insomniacs for
good morning. i'm nick watt. >> and i'm diane macedo. here are some of the top headlines this morning on "world news now." the race for president is tightening in key battleground states as things heat up. hillary clinton calls trump sometimes about vladimir putin. secretary of state john kerry is visiting with the foreign minister. their agenda include trying to forge a truce in syria and proving aid deliveries and restarting peace talks. the national anthem controversy is spilling over into the nfl regular season. during last night's opener, denver linebacker brandon marshall kneeled while "the star-spangled banner" was splayed. and serena williams won't be in tomorrow's finals of the u.s. open. she was defeated in straight
those are some of our top stories on this friday, september 9th. >> from abc, this is "world news now." we begin this half hour with hillary clinton doubling down on her latest criticism of donald trump for praising russian president vladimir putin. >> hours after president obama called trum's -- trump's ideas outright whacky, hillary clinton of on the attack. >> reporter: donald trump in battleground ohio, pushing back against hillary clinton's attacks. >> hillary clinton's policies produce ruin in libya, iraq, and syria. absolute ruin. >> reporter: clinton not letting up on her rival for his answers at wednesday night's national security forum on nbc. >> it was a test, and he failed it.
russian president vladimir putin. >> if he says great things about me, i'm going to say great things about him. the man has strong control over the country. >> he praised russia's strong man, putinpoon. it is scary. it is -- vladimir putin. it is scary. it is dangerous. >> reporter: for americans looking for a third option, there's libertarian candidate gary johnson. with his poll numbers hovering in the single digits, a major misstep on more than. not knowing the largest city in syria. >> you're kidding. >> no. >> aleppo is in syria. it's the -- the epicenter of the refugee crisis -- >> reporter: randy johnson tried to clarify on abc's "the viewment." >> no excuse. i was thinking in terms of acronym, aleppo. >> i think it's a disqualifyinging statement, frankly. >> fair enough, fair enough. >> reporter: this as more people take interest in johnson's
romney to put him on a debate stage. he is showing himself not ready for primetime with sometimes like that. >> reporter: -- with statements like that. >> reporter: the first presidential debate just 2.5 weeks away. if wednesday night is any indication, there are certainly going to be fireworks when clinton and trump finally share the same stage. nick, diane? >> thank you very much, karen. young voters from new immigrant family are leaning more liberal in political views than those who have been in the country longer. a new poll q 30-year-old hispanic and asian americans who are immigration or have immigrant parents. nearly 90% are in favor of giving legal status to people who were brought to the country illegally as children. young first and second-generation immigrants were also opposed to building a wall along the mexican border. wells fargo has been hit with massive fines for what regulators say were fraudulent practices. because the bank pushed employees so hard to meet sales goals, many allegedly opened
customers knowing. more than two million of those accounts over a period of five years. the wells fargo bankers allegedly each siphoned money out of, to create new ones -- out of accounts to create new ones. >> we received more than 1,000 emails and phone calls from customers, current and former employees of wells, discussing these issues with us. >> more than 5,300 employees have been fired over the past five years in connection with the practice $185 million in fines to the federal government and the city of los angeles. breaking news now. north korea confirms it has conducted a nuclear test. the report on state tv came just hours after a huge seismic event was detected near its nuclear test site. north korea claims the test involved a newly developed nuclear warhead. south korea condemned the test calling it a grave threat to the international community. japan is planning a protest and
secretary of state john kerry has been briefed on the situation. president obama arrived back in washington overnight after his historic trip to laos. a white house source says the president has invited house and senate leader to-- leaders to discuss the agenda for the rest of his term. it includes measures to stop zika and plans to ratify a classes after a 14-year-old girl shot and wounded another student and then took her own life. >> reporter: it started when police say a 14-year-old freshman girl pulled a gun at this alpine, texas, high school, and shot another female student. the school immediately put on lockdown. >> the teacher quickly shut off the lights. weally pressed again -- we all pressed against the wall and stayed sleep. girls started crying.
>> reporter: police got there fast but said the shooter had already killed herself. officials said she seemed to be a good student who moved to alpine six months ago. >> a peaceful place to live and come. you know, that's the hard part. >> reporter: the victim ran outside and was rushed to a hospital. when it was over, students were overcome with emotion. active shooter training is part of everyday life for cops nationwide. this drill in douglas county, colorado. >> trying to figure out the best way to go in and meet the threat head-on. officers used to wait for a s.w.a.t. team's help. now they quickly take the fight to the shooter. >> drop the weapon! >> reporter: and investigators in texas are still trying to figure out a motive for the shooting. as for the victim, she's going to be okay and has already been released from the hospital. clayton sandell, abc news, denver. a british airways flight was diverted to boston after a drunk passenger became unruli. the delight which originated from london of heading to
air track control. the pilot said the passenger was abusive and the plane needed to land. after the plane landed safely, the unidentified passenger of removed without incident. he's awaiting deportation. in florida, 84 women have tested, pregnant women, have tested positive for the zika virus, all travel related. in miami beach, aerial spraying of pesticides resumes today. it had been delayed after residents raised concerns about the safety of the spraying. the cdc wants all pregnant women in the state now virus. a judge has dismissed part of a lawsuit against new jersey governor chris christie and state health officials brought by a nurse who hadontact with boyle patients in -- ebola patients in west africa. cas cas caseyhickok said her rights were violated when she was held hostage. the judge said she can proceed with claims of false imprisonment as well as invasion of privacy.
warning resigns to be ware of snake -- residents to be ware of snake bites and she knows what she was talking about. the mayor was walking home from walking her dog when she was bitten by a copperhead. luckily a copperhead isn't poisonous, but the swelling continued for weeks. two weeks after that massive earthquake hit central italy, firefighters have pulled another survivor from the rubble. a cat. he was dehydrated and had a fractured jaw but o all right. the magnitude 6.1 quake killed almost 300, injuring hundred of others and left thousands homeless. we'd like to introduce you to the high school student who may be the busiest athlete in the cincinnati area. raymond cox is the kicker for the varsity football team and also on the soccer team. >> she's a two-sport athlete during the same season. both are boys varsity sports. all the current football coach wanted to know was if she could
>> tried freshman year, and they didn't believe me. that's why i didn't play freshman year. sophomore year, they started to believe me. >> as for soccer, her school didn't have enough player for a girls team. raven has practices for both teams every day and gets as and bs in school. >> well, well, well. >> we had a player in our school who did both. he was on the soccer team and football team. >> he a boy on the boys teams. >> correct, yes. >> this is more impressive. that's a great story. thanks f >> you wanted to chat about it. that's what i have to contribute. thanks. >> i got nothing. >> why don't you drop your pen again? >> i got nothing. well done. coming up, it's one thing to adore your children. how about worshipping them? see the 7ear-old in nepal who's just been proclaimed a living goddess. who she is and what she's now never allowed to do. and for ten years, he's been proclaimed the world's most interesting man. alas, no more. so who is the new most
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alcohol is the most used substance among students. overseas, there's one young girl who won't be going to college any time soon or even leaving the house for that matter. >> a centuries' old tradition in nepal has proclaimed this seven-year-old girl a living goddess. we are "up all nightline" with abc's terry moran. >> reporter: her name is unika. she's a kumari. she's one tradition of living, breathing child goddesses. it's considered good luck to merely lay eyes on her. [ speaking maybe iing native l] >> reporter: the kumari lives with her mother and father. they left their jobs to become her full-time caretakers. the mother had to learn to do this meticulous customary
the kumari is not allowed to leave her residence except for holy festivals. furthermore, her feet are never supposed to touch the ground. she is carried everywhere. >> reporter: the kumari is worshipped by hindus and buddhists alike. to be chosen as a kumari, a young girl, typically 2 to 4 year old, must meet amazingly pick is standards. first, their astrological chart must be considered favorable. then, the girls are tested for 32 very specific physical attributes, including eyelashes like a cow.
once a girl is chosen, she's considered an incarnation of the hindu goddess. kumaris aren't kumaris for life. once they hit puberty, they're forced to return to life as a mere mortal. this girl is 32 years old. she served as a kumari from 4 to 12. >> i was not allowed outside. so i was a little bit a little uncomfortable to work in the world. >> reporter: she says the greatest honor is continuing the ancient tradition. >> the best thing is i preserve my culture. and to do that in -- nepal ease do it as a living goddess. >> reporter: for the 7-year-old, a great responsibility and a
kathmandu, nepal. >> and some activists have criticized this saying this tradition is child labor. in 2008, the supreme court there overruled another case that was saying that. saying it's a cultural value. >> look, it looks strange and alien to us, but i'm sure a lot of things we do are strange and alien to them. >> and it's largely considered a privilege to live as one of these goddesses. that's what they get. >> not bad. >> not at bad. coming up, rebooting most interesting man in the world. i really thought it was you. >> no. it's a bad joke. >> 77-year-old jonathan gold smith is moving over. you're staring at me like i did something awful. he's moving over to let a younger generation in. who is his replacement? you're watching "world news now." "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations. "world news now" continues
? i like this. are passing the mantel on to a new actor. >> there's been an image of what legends are made of, but apparently legends even have an ending. >> he is the most interesting man in the world. >> reporter: get ready. the world's most interesting man is looking a little different. that's him back to the camera in a teaser just dropped by dos equis. he's french. million makes him interesting. name augustine legrande. >> smooth. >> he's promising fewer tlofl philosophical musings than his predecessor. ten years on tv, he amassed an $8 million fortune and dragged dos equis from obscurity to ubiquity.
the old spice hunk, over 50 million youtube hits. >> look down. back up. where are you? you're on a boat with the man -- >> reporter: aflac d recognition from 11% to 94%. the big challenge here, can he fill the calf-skinned moccasins? >> in his orange shoes. >> reporter: of the most interesting man in the world? [ speaking french ] interesting that i said just two days ago that you could be the new dos equis man because you're the most interesting man in the world, and then you're interviewing him and doing a story on him. it's a little bit ironic. and by the way -- >> just because i'm foreign. it's just because i'm foreign. i mean, i'm boring. i just have a funny accent. >> reporter: he doesn't always drink beer, but when he does, he only drinks wnn brand. >> you have been interesting this week, nick.
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time now for our insomniac theater. previewing two movies opening this weekend. >>this morning we start with a movie we've been awaiting all week "sully" starring tom hanks as the pilot. we all know how the miracle on the hudson ends, what most of us don't know is the aftermath. the investigation in which captain sullenberger was harshly scrutinized by the ntsb. >> the best chance the passengers had was on that river. and i bet my life on it. in fact, i did. and i would do it again. >> engineers are theorizing you had enough energy to make it back to thrunway. >> well, engineers are not pilots. they're wrong. and they weren't there.
bird strikes. that would be unprecedented. >> well, everything is unprecedented until it happens for the first time. >> the critics are loving "sully." earning 81% certified fresh on rotten tomatoes. one says if ever there was a film that called for wind beneath my wings as an end credit song, this is it. and another, here's a movie that deserves three words sully prizes most, job well done. next, a movie for the kids. there have been several attempts to retell the "1719 novel "robinson crusoe." until now, no one has tried to tell this story from the perspective of the animal side kicks. a parrot, a dog, and a get to. >> we need to find out the intentions. >> look, it stripped off his skin. >> an idiot. >> i'm going to be sick. >> uh-oh. >> unfortunately, uh-oh is
loving the wildlife which is scoring a 19 % splat on rotten tomatoes. katie walsh writes that "without enough characterization in the writing, there's a lack of emotional connection in the story that makes the film just another cartoon flick, not a special favorite or animated classic." and jordan mincer calls it an impressively made if highly juvenile version of a literary classic. so "sully" this weekend. >> it's good. i've seen it. >> what did you think? >> i loved it. tom hanks, i would watch him sit and stare at me. >> just don't travel with me. castaway, apollo. now this. captain phillips.
making news in america this morning, one of the country's largest banks is facing a hefty fine this morning. wells fargo employees are accused of illegally opening millions of accounts and making their customers pay. battleground battle. new evidence of just how close hillary clinton and donald trump are in the states that will decide the election. the other. a risky rescue eye in the alps. dozens of tourists spent the night trapped more than 12,000 feet in the air. so why did the cable car suddenly stop? technicians now have a theory. and road rage caught on camera. an incident in southern california under investigation right now. a new rear window definitely