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t this morning on "world news now," bracing for the worst. >> caribbean islands brace to prepare for hurricane matthew now hours from possible land fall. hurricane warnings in effect, where it could hit and where there's a threat to the u.s. we have the latest. donald trump's taxes under scrutiny after reports he may have avoided federal taxes for nearly two decades. now his allies are calling him a genius. will this hurt him or help him with 34 days to go? also breaking overnight, kim kardashian held up at gun point. new details about the security scare in the paris hotel room. young royals leave canada after a big impression. prince george even took to the cockpit saying he was going to fly his way home. all the highlights on this
"world news now." >> so sad. with his little nose pressed up against the glass. how adorable. good morning, i'm diane macedo. >> i'm ryan smith. great to be here. thanks for having us. you know, tough day today. hurricane matthew really brewing in the caribbean and closing in on haiti as we speak. >> residents stocking up, and they will see worsening conditions all day today as a moving in closer with sustained winds at 145 miles per hour. the u.s. military already taking action with 700 spouses and children of service members in guantanamo bay, cuba, have already been evacuated to florida. >> the storm is spinning northward and jamaica is bracing or the worst. >> reporter: here in kingston, jamaica, the first bands moved in, we saw the heavy rain, and we've seen flooding, even within just half an hour of it starts to rain. incredible flooding here.
in haiti because now it looks like the worst of the storm is going to hit that island, which, of course, was ravaged by that earthquake in 2010. still recovering and now they're going to be hit potentially with this major, major storm. what they are concerned about now are mudslides and the major, major rainfall in haiti. and, in fact, the rain is more a threat than the wind. the state department has now warned all americans to get out now, saying time is limited for a safe departure. abc news, kingston, jamaica. >> and matthew is now the strongest hurricane in the caribbean in nearly a decade. >> accuweather's paul williams has more. good morning, paul. >> good morning, ryan, diane. matthew, a category 4, expected to stay at least a category 3, possibly 2, just as it moves parallel to miami.
expect rough surf, rough rip current, and large swells in miami, virginia beach, and as far north as new port. remember, starts as a category 4, downgraded to a 3, and possibly down to a 2 moving parallel to florida. that's not the only place of concern. we have potential for significant storms early in the week for localized flooding, heavy elevated snow, and into portio montana and right into the dakotas. diane, ryan? >> all right, paul, thank you. a stunning referendum in colombia. voters rejected a deal to end the country's 52-year civil war. the outcome was a major setback for president juan manuel santos. but he vowed to forge ahead with efforts to end a half century of war. those who deal with the rebels said it was too lenient. search for answers in the
on board wasn't working the day of the accident. investigators have not reached the second box or train camera in the wreckage. ntsb spoke with the train's engineer, but he doesn't remember the impact. this is what he recalls immediately before. >> he said he looked at his watch and noticed his train was six minutes late arriving at hoboken. he said that when he checked the speedometer, he was operating at 10 miles per hour when entering the station track. >> the crews are working around the clock to remove debris from the crash site donald trump is on the defensive after leaked tax returns show he claimed a loss of more than $900 million back in 1995. that means he may have legally avoided paying federal income tax for nearly two decades. but trump's highest profile support remembers calling him a genius. here's mary bruce.
for donald trump. >> you don't learn much from tax returns. that i can tell you. >> reporter: the candidate who refused to release tax returns could have paid no federal income taxes for years. records sent by an anonymous tip steer to the "new york times" show in 1995, he reported a jaw-dropping $916 million loss, the apparent result of the collapse of his atlantic city casinos, his airline, and purchase of new york city's plaza hotel, a loss so large he could have legally avoided paying federal income taxes for up to 18 years. a strategy he seemed to brag abt >> maybe he doesn't want the american people, all of you watching tonight, to know he's paid nothing in federal taxes. >> that makes me smart. >> reporter: trump's campaign isn't denying the report. trump, himself, tweeting i know our complex talater than anyone who's ever run for president, and i'm the only one who can fix them. his surrogates launched a vigorous defense. >> my response is he's a genius.
>> no one who has shown more genius in their way to maneuver around the tax code as he rightfully used the laws to do that. >> reporter: but trump hasn't always described it that way. >> i know people making a tremendous amount of money paying no tax. and i think it's unfair. >> reporter: voters seeing it both ways. >> i'm a working class citizen, and i pay taxes, and i don't understand how he gets away with not paying his. >> if faes what the law permits him to do, i think it makes sense to do it that y. >> reporter: clinton's campaign is pouncing on the new report, saying it reveals the nature of his past failures. and now that the gig is up, why doesn't he go ahead and release his returns to show us how smart he really is.ttom line, experts did not do any illegal, but the magnitude of that nearly $1 billion loss is raise iing
accounted for that huge write-off. mary bruce, abc news, washington. well, police in washington, d.c. are looking for a man who vandalized donald trump's new luxury hotel in broad daylight. a man caught on security camera saturday afternoon spray painting black lives matter and no justice, no peace, on the building, but he got away before police arrived. it was later covered up plywood. pope francis praised azasherbaj azasherbajan. the roughly 9 million residents a few hundred are catholic, and the pope commended it as a police of religious tolerance. he spoke about transgender catholics saying jesus wouldn't turn them away, and priests should akpoen them spiritually, not abandon them and touched on the u.s. elections saying catholics should vote with a conscious. also overseas, breaking news, a major security scare for kim kardashian. the reality tv star held at gunpoint by two masked men dressed as police officers. a spokesman says kardashian was
shaken. paris police say there was a robbery and say a full investigation is under way. kardashian was in paris for fashion week. kanye west was in new york city performing when he got word of what happened and hebruptly ended the set citing a family emergency. more from paris as we get them. >> a scary situation for her. canada is now getting back to normal they wrapped up it with a rare public appearance featuring kids, so cute. >> they get all the attention whenever they are seen, no surprise, but word is this was their last overseas trip for a while. him and kate want to keep them close to home in order to, quote, normalize their childhood. >> as if that's possible, but how's this for a parting image. this guy, prince george, pressing his face on the plane window. you have to love the protective headphones. >> he's ready to fly, ready to
i keep thinking i have to put protective headphones on my kids, but i don't. look at him. wherever he goes, he draws a crowd, and i love the fact he does not high five people indiscriminately. >> snubbed the prime minister and apparently snubbed a flower boy, as well. just no, i don't think so. no high five for you. >> people say, let's high five, and i don't know if it's worth it. take a pause. >> i'll think about that, mr. prime minister. coming up, the groom who revealed not only a propose wral, but a surprise wedding hours later. so what did the bride think? plus, trouble at a hot air balloon fiesta in mexico. a balloon hits power lines. we'll tell you how everything's doing. inside the world of competitive pole dancing, men and women vertical to show off what they got. find us on facebook, wnnfans.com, and on twitter @abcwnn. you're watching "world news now."
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remember how happy president clinton was after the balloons dropped at the democratic national convention? well, he would love this. the skies above albuquerque. beautiful, right, in new mexico. looks like this the next week. all part of the international balloon fiesta. unfortunately, one balloon drifted away and into a power line. the accident sparked a few flames, thankfully no one hurt, but 1,200 customers lost power. >> oh, i don't know.
arrest made in the alleged murder for hire plot. >> the suspect made a sunday course appearance in the shooting death of a law professor. marcy gonzales has the latest. >> reporr: this woman behind bars charge with first degree murder in connection to the killing of a prom innocent law professor at florida state university. dan martel was shot to death in his tallahassee home in 2014. the murder coming after the marriage unraveled. >> the working theory of the case is the reason for this homicide was due to the bitter divorce that was ongoing. >> reporter: investigators' leading theory? her family tired of the divorce and hired two hit men. adelson's relatives have not been charged and deny any connection. >> even my family who felt like i had been mistreated would never do something like this, never.
arrested saturday, in the link between the adleson family and the alleged hitman. investigators claiming in this affidavit, she had past relationships with an accused hitman and alison's brother, charlie. police also claimed the accused hitmen's first call after the murder was to her, the attorney telling us she has no prior convictions and their priority is getting her out on bond while police are not saying whether there could be more arrests. marcy gonzalez, abc news, new a little wisconsin boy recovers this morning after being lost in a corn field for hours. here's what searchers faced over the weekend looking for a toddler in corn over 7 feet tall. the group of 70 men and women was determined to search for the through the night until they finally found him. >> didn't even register that how amazing he was, just glad he was sitting up and he looked safe, and he looked fine. he was just scared, very scared,
>> the little boy was given bars and juice and whisked off to the hospital to be checked out. probably not going to go run in the corn field again. >> scary. glad he was okay. coming up in the next half hour, frightening moments in a packed school bus on camera as the bus flipped over into a ditch. watch what the video shows. what the driver did before the accident, and new questions raised this morning about the safety of all school busses. first, why competitive pole dancing is called one of the hottest new sports. we're finding out firsthappened just how easy it's not. not easy at all. you're watching "world news now." "world news now" continues after this from our abc
i didn't know you were such a fan of this song. ? any old music will do ? >> i like starting out on this note. well, these days, you know, pole dancing no longer just for the money. >> no, it's not. when you think of pole dancing, the first thing you probably think of is the bada bing, right, like on sopranos. but not any more. >> think more along the lines of the olympics perhaps because pole dancing is increasingly coming into its own as a bona fide competitive sport. up on "nightline" with abc. >> reporter: for the athletes, thousands of hours of training boiled down to this night. >> i'm nervous. >> reporter: as they prepare to step into one of the brightest spotlights in their sport. the wild world of competitive pole dancing. much of ashley fox's year centers around prepping for the pole classic in las vegas. she even dropped out of school to pursue her passion for pole dancing full time.
>> it's very intense. so there's a lot of refresh your to do well. >> reporter: fonia monday organizes the pole expo each year drawing in competitors from all over the world vying for recognition and a thousand dollar prize. for the dancers taking the stage, their routines compromise of hundreds of complex moves. ashley offered to give me a lesson. >> use your back because you want to support yourself. you're going to swivel on your foot. land. >> i can't do that. >> oh, you're going to do this. >> reporter: and believe me when i say she makes it look much easier than it is. the stakes higher for a newcomer, chris bayez, who trald traveled he from his home country can, chooil. newcomer, chris, who traveled here from his home country, chile. >> i just want to do a good job on the stage, you know, if i win, that would be amazing.
there's no time for making new friends. >> i'm feeling super red di now that i have my makeup coming together and once i get my outfit on, i'll be more ready. >> welcome to the fifth annual poverybody. >> reporter: it's ladies first. ? >> ashley packs a punch with the superhero routine. her performance, a clear fan favorite. >> f i felt the beat. i felt amazing. ? >> reporter: now it's time for the gentlemen to take the stage. some play the audience for laughs, but cris is more modern dancer than "magic mike." ? graceful and refined. >> they were screaming a lot. it was amazing.
dedication pays off in the first appearance at pole classic. >> and in second place, we've got christopher saez. >> reporter: scoring second in men, and ashley? >> ashley fox fas just short of a repeat, also taking second in her division. >> fuel, she says, to train even harder for the next round. >> my main goal is to get first and first and first, and that's still my goal and it just motivates me. >> reporter: for nightline, in new york. >> so fascinated. >> i know. could you do that? >> no. definitely not. i want to learn how, though. >> i did something like that last week. let's put up that video. >> yeah? >> no. yeah. that was me. no, that was britney, remember the slay for you thing, and apparently, there were three different kinds of pole dancing, sport, art, and sexy, but there is a push for the olympics, but it is dangerous without proper training.
? all right. time now for "the mix." we're going to start with the kind of romantic gesture, but a risky one, gentlemen. i want to go say, make sure you check before you do this, but this man not only gave his girlfriend a surprise wedding proposal, standard. >> okay, all right. >> hours later, he threw her a surprise wedding. >> oh, oh? >> so they had the proposal, luckily said yes, or, a lot of planning down the drain, and hours later, shows up with friends and family who are all there, escorting her into her all secret wedding. >> bold move. >> uh-huh. >> my wife would not have gone for that. >> turned into a trending topic on twitter, #foreverduncan, and people started with all these
>> one is a guy in front of a chalkboard full of equations saying now he's trying to figure out how to propose to his girl. some that are -- >> i got to say she's thrilled. >> i mean, we hope those are tears of joy. >> yeah. >> and not, you planned the wedding without me. >> right. where's the dress, where's this. oh, i would never live it down. >> we hear she's very, very happy. >> looks happy. >> we hear they are happy togeer speaking of happy, if you like fries and you like chocolate and you like pumpkin sauce, check this out. this is in japan, right, to celebrate halloween, they're doing this whole choco-pumpkin fries. this is packets of chocolate and pumpkin sauce poured on regular flies. >> regular fries? >> yes. >> that sounds weird. >> this is what the huffington post says, saying it's perfect for diners with strong stomachs and no sense of taste. how about that?
>> it's a hit in japan. the japanese are like, it tastes good, i like stuff that makes me throw up. well, to settle the stomach, another cute photo to look at. so 2-year-old, 1400 pound brown bear joined his family in an orphanage in new york state. this couple cares for 11 bears. they have been rescuing bears for 20 years now, most come from or that keep of thing. they say the bears are part of the family. >> oh. >> and there's jimmy having a grand old time with his new dad. >> what in the world. wait. what? are the bears safe? >> apparently. >> okay. >> bear hug, anyone? >> okay. all right. we're not going have to the bear on the show. >> you can cover that story first. you first. >> oh, this just -- look at the video. enough said.
this morning on "world news now", new fallout after donald trump's tax returns were leaked showing he may have avoided federal taxes for years. plus, just one day until the next debate, how the running mates are gearing up for tomorrow night's showdown. >> breaking right now, jamaica and haiti preparing for the hurricane matthew that could make landfall today. latest tracking and what it means for the u.s. east coast. and new this half hour, a first look at the moment a school bus flipped over into a ditch. the students go flying. we now have new details about what led to the crash. and kim kardashian's security scare in paris. what forced her husband to literally drop the mike and run off stage mid song halfway around the with world. breaking details in "the skinny," on this monday, october
>> good morning, i'm ryan smith in for kendis gibson. >> i'm diane macedo. we begin this half however with the income tax bomb shell in the race for the white house. >> that's right, tips reported a one year loss of $900 million. that could have cleared the way for him legally paying no federal income tax for nearly 20 years. >> so far, trump is not denying it. he tweets he knows the better than any one who ever ran for president and he's the only one who can fix them. it's your voice, your vote. >> reporter: if donald trump refuses to release tax returns, the "new york times" says it is because there's nothing to hide, nothing as in no federal income taxes. the times reports someone mailed them 1995 state tax returns reporting a staggering $916
of the atlantic city ka seen quos, airline and purchase of new york's plaza city hotel. a loss so large trump could legally have paid no federal income taxes for up to 18 years according to the times. hillary clinton suggested as much in the first presidential debate. >> maybe he doesn't want the american people, all of you watching tonight, to know that he's paid nothing in federal taxes. >> that makes me start. >> reporter: clinton's campaign saying now that the gig is up, why doesn't he go ahead and release theet all how smart he really is. trump does not deny the times' report tweeting, i know our complex tax laws better than anyone who's ever run for president, and i'm the only one who can fix them. trump is not accused of anything illegal. his campaign says trump, like any skilled businessman, aimso pay no more tax than legally required. trump's tax revelations come as a new abc news/washington post poll finds 53% of americans
first debate. with their second matchup a week away, trump is trying out some tough talk. >> she could be crazy, could be crazy. i don't think she's loyal to bill. she should be in prison. >> the clinton campaign accuses trump of new lows. >> i don't actually think it's well considered, thought-through strategy by the trump campaign. i think it's an impulsive love by the candidate. >> trump and clinton face off again next sunday. clinton, the have the vice president candidates are not getting as much as attention. a new abc poll shows 40% of americans can't even identify them and 41% couldn't correctly name vp mike pence and 46% were unsure of the name of clinton's vice president, tim kaine. taking center stage tomorrow night, complete coverage right here on abc at 9:00 p.m. >> tune in to abc for us market
another big story this morning, hurricane matthew, a powerful storm moving towards extremely vulnerable areas. as the storm's 145-mile-per-hour winds move closer to haiti, residents there have been stocking up on the essentials. forecasters say some areas of haiti could get as much as 40 inches of rain. jamaica is also under a hurricane warning right now. heavy rain has already caused some localized street flooding. that's not good news for flood prone areas. this is a dramatic scene in jamaica, a water spout spinning out there. see that right there? that caption sums it up, saying, quote, it's time to evacuate the beach, i reckon. >> i'd say so. >> in the coming days, matthew could impact the u.s. east coast as well. >> for more, let's go over to accuweather's paul williams. paul, good morning. >> good morning, ryan, diane. matthew's impact, jamaica, eastern portions of cuba as well as haiti. extensive wind damage, power outages, flooding, and mud slides along a devastating storm
keep in mind, we're looking at it becoming a category 4 for this morning and by tuesday, at least still a category 3. and then as it crosses by cuba, going closer towards florida, staying a category 3 and that's tricky as far as maneuvering along the east coast. ryan, diane? >> paul, thank you. family of a man shot and killed by the los angeles police demand the officers involved be named publicly. >> 18-year-old died saturday and investigators say he was shot after running from officers when they tried pulling over the car he was driving. they have not said whether he was armed, but investigators say a gun was found near his body. in california, a major earthquake warning in effect until tomorrow. the warning follows a series of small quakes deep under the sea located on the san andreas fault. the warnings are issued by the governor's office once or twice a year. investigators looking into the crash from last week hit a a setback. one of the two black boxes did
remember the crash. abc's eva pilgrim reports from hoboken. >> reporter: for the first time, the engineer's account of what happened in the moments before that train, full of commuters, crashed killing one person and injuring 114 others. >> he looked at the watch and noticed his train was about six minutes late arriving at hoboken. he said that when he checked the 10 miles per hour when entering the station track. >> reporter: thomas gallagher, the 48-year-old engineer, says he has no memory of the accident, only waking up on the floor of the cab. another setback in the search for answers. this event recorder recovered from the back of the train was not working. >> we want to get in and get the exact speed of the train. >> reporter: new jersey transit had been under investigation by the federal railroad administration for the past five years, finding 183 safety
employee drug and alcohol use and almost $5 million in damage to tracks and equipment. the train is required by law to have a working front event recorder. so investigators are hopeful that front car will have some much needed answers once they are able to get in there. eva pilgrim, abc news, hoboken, new jersey. and a sports note, the braves said a final good-bye to atlanta's turner field. about 15 miles away next season. >> say it ain't so. the final game featured a special appearance by two well-known fans, president jimmy carter and his wife, rosalyn. both had their brave hats on and seen on the stadium kiss cam. >> the smooch got cheers, and it was not the first appearance on the kiss cam, by the way, but seen there last september. >> he's a regular. if you see the kiss cam, it's incredible, get you right there, catch you kissing, the most beautiful moment.
the first couple of atlanta. so having them there on the last day is great. >> didn't help the team enough. >> no. braves are terrible. >> sorry. >> new stadium will pick them up. we'll see. coming up in "the skinny," breaking news from paris. kim kardashian held at gun point. the latest and how her husband reacted to the emergency while on stage. plus, the scare in the air. a plane misses its first landing due to strong winds. how it finally touched down. you're watching "world news now." brought to you by swiffer. lulu's hair just floats. uhh help me! (doorbell) mom, check this out. wow. swiffer sweeper, and dusters. this is what i'm talking about. look at that. sticks to this better than it sticks to lulu. that's your hair lulu! mom, can we have another dog?
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erupting, forcing hundreds of residents to evacuate. lava poured down the side and smoke and ash rising hundreds of feet into the air. you can check out the action live on the kolima webcam. unbelievable images. >> wow. if this gives makes you nervous just watching it, think how this pilot felt. keep watching. jet caught in the cross winds trying to land in birmingham, england. it was so bad, the pilot pulled up before touching down. imagine being on that plane. thkf its second attempt. >> scary. well, speaking of scary moments played out on the ground here at home for dozens of students packed on a school bus. >> we're getting our first look at the moment that bus flipped over into a ditch. and we're now finding out what appears to have caused it. here's abc's clayton sandell. >> reporter: new video of a terrifying unscheduled stop for students on this houston area school bus. watch as high school and middle school kids go flying when the
>> school bus rollover, multiple patients. >> reporter: 25-year veteran driver brenda can briefly looks into the mirror to ask a question. >> anybody get off here? >> in the split second distraction, the district says she failed to see a truck stop just ahead making a left turn. >> you okay? >> the bus started just gliding through the road. >> reporter: 11 of the 52 students on board were >> we have someone injured, right here. >> reporter: once again, raising the issue of why more school buss don't have seat belts. currently, only six states require them. in this crash simulated by the largest provider of school bus seat belts, kids not buckled in go airborne. >> seat belts save lives. three-point belts should be on every school bus. >> reporter: federal safety officials have called for seat belts to be installed in all school buses, but doing that will cost school districts
each. clayton sandell, abc news, los angeles. >> incredible. >> i wondered why busses don't have them. >> makes no sense. talking about 450,000 school buss transporting 2 million kids to and from school. you've got to have seat belts. why not? except for cost. hopefully they can get past that. when we come back, we have breaking thus about what forced kanye west to leave the stage in the middle of a song here in new york. >> and what lady gaga planned the skinny's" coming up next. "world news now" continues after this from our abc
unharm, but completely shaken. she was robbed of jewelry. it was worth several million dollars. >> her husband in the middle of a sold out concert here in new york city when he got the news. >> i'm sorry. i have a family emergency. i have to stop the show. >> just like that, west dropped the mike and ran off stage. kardashian is in paris for fashion week along with her mother and her sister. this is the second security scare for the kardashians in less t >> last wednesday, ambushed by a serial prankster. >> monitoring it throughout the morning, but a big scare, one of her spokes people said she's not harmed, but shaken up. >> i would imagine. that's got to be scary no matter where you are, especially in a foreign country. my goodness, hope she's okay. next up, lady gaga opening up about the moment she found out she would be headlining the
>> she admitted she got emotional about the news. >> i just burst into tears and cried so hard, and i said, i can't believe it, i can't believe it, oh, my gosh, bobby, bobby, bobby, my manager, i planned this since i was 4 so i know exactly what i'm going to do. >> what exactly are you going to do, then, since you've planned it? >> exactly not tell you because that night it wi giving to the fans and bringing people together that wouldn't normally come together. >> what she did say, though, her challenge is to look at the body of work and figure out what she can do differently, but i don't know if you remember, she sang the national anthem. >> oh, yeah. >> the last super bowl, blew everybody well. i saw her there. i was literally standing right next to her in the -- in the stadium. >> oh, wow. >> yeah. she has all the star power just right there. will be incredible. >> for the halftime show, will she dedicate a performance to you? >> yeah, she is. i whispered to her. when you get the super bowl performance next year, sing paparazzi.
>> so if it happens, it's me, folks. >> the thing is, i've been to one of her concerts and she puts so much into them. i'm excited to see what she'll come up with. there's new surprises and cool things going on. she always sings. she doesn't lip sync. >> i like that. >> a good performer. excited to see what she comes up with because she's been planning this for quite some time. all right. next up, the gruesome boating accident that almost left lindout a finger. >> we can't show the pictures, but the mean girl star shared this snap chat video of her bandaged ring finger. that's the finger that sported that $300,000 engagement ring. remember that? >> lohan says she almost lost part of the finger from the boat's anchor, but luckily, they found the missing piece of the finger and surgeons reattached it. but, between, not before snapping a photo of it all, which we had the pleasure of seeing, but we will not show it to you.
was the result of her trying to help tie the anchor of the boat by herself. >> note to all you out there, don't try to tie the anchor of a boat by yourself. it's not clear where the boating accident happened, but she recently shared photoed to a trip to turkey meeting with refugees. >> thankful for the surgeon, but in a lot of pain right now. finally, bill murray, kills it wherever he goes. crowds went wild as america regained the trophy at the ryder cup, but he was a big part of it. >> he is a huge golf super fan. and he just couldn't resist lead ago puerto rico charge from the stands. america! america! america! america! america! >> that's it. that's all you have to do, scream america, everyone follows him. bill murray, red, white and blue
the chanting got louder and louder. >> that hat, in and of itself already makes a stand, but many golf fans visiting from overseas were not so impressed. they described it as the most hostile in the competition's 89-year history. though it does have this reputation for being more rockus. >> it was in minneapolis, and i was there this weekend, and it was, like, calm everywhere in the city, but i talked to those with the ryder cup, you go there, it's crazy. people are going nuts. and then you walk in the streets and it's like a maybe because everybody was there. >> other than me. >> i liked the trash talking started in practice rounds when the american fan came out and said he can make, and he made the putt. then they called him on it and he made it. >> trash talking in golf is not trash talking. it's, like, i can make that putt. like, wow. >> don't feel tough saying that? >> no, no. doesn't get it for me. >> we have to get happy gilmore action, i think.
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defying snowboarders to go where from border has gone before. challenging odds again in the next chapter of the epic snow boarding evolution. >> when it comes to finding features, natural terrain, and geological oddities to play around with, it definitely gets a little more fun. >> reporter: in the larger than life quest, the team of red bull riders chartered the journey based on the north pacific slope tracking the life cycle from the frozen begin bing -- >> here we are at 11,400 feet. >> until it finds the sea. we the team and crew had no option, but to hike their way to the top. >> coming up the thing where we went, just hike up all the way. >> reporter: our chopper ends before the shredding commences it also meant they were at the mercy of mother nature. >> traffic it's, give me the signal when you're ready. three, two, one. travis dropping. >> reporter: it's the crushing moment for travis rice and the crew where time stops and
resulted in death, a vertical run of ice and snow in alaska ends in a terrifying avalanche leaving travis hurt, but alive. travis, cheating death, and ending the four year track for who friends say knows no limits who friends say knows no limits. >> unbelievable. >> i'm not going to ever sw board again. >> we did some back country snow boarding once. again. >> we did some back country snow boarding once. >> was it like that? >> no, not quite like that, but the same idea. it's amazing the equipment you have to have. a gps locater, an air pack in case you are buried on the snow so people can find you. >> you're, like, shredding and everything? >> i don't look like that, though. >> all right, go for it. this is abc's "world knew now" informing insomniacs for
good morning, i'm ryan smith in for kendis gibson. >> i'm diane macedo. here's the top headlines this morning on "world news now. donald trump is getting both criticism and praise after leaked documents show he could have legally paid no federal income taxes for 18 years. with the next debate six days away, hillary clinton is so will it help him or hurt him? a full report coming up. stunning setback for the president of colombia after voters rejected a deal to end the country's 52-year civil war. the president says a cease-fire will remain in effect while he consults leaders who oppose the agreement. police in paris investigate after kim kardashian was held in her hotel room by masked gunman. the reality tv star was in paris for fashion week. a spokesman says she is unharmed, but badly shaken by the incident. and jews around the world
customs in the two-day festival including the sounding of a ceremony horn and eating special foods. it ends tomorrow night, and those are the stories we're following today on this monday, october 3rd. from abc news, this is "world news now." we begin this half hour with reaction to donald trump's leaked tax returns. >> documents obtained by the "new york times" show how a staggering loss in a single year could have been transformed by your voice, your vote, mary bruce reports. >> reporter: the "new york times" revealing fragments of donald trump's state tax records from 1995. reportedly showing more than $900 million in losses. the deduction so large it could have allowed trump to legally avoid paying federal income taxes for up to 18 years. the newspaper says the paperwork was sent anonymously.
federal income tax so -- >> that makes me smart. >> reporter: during last week's debate, he didn't deny not paying federal income taxes, but repeatedly criticized other people for doing the same. >> i know people who are making a tremendous amount of money and paying virtually no tax. and i think it's unfair. >> reporter: the republican nominee responded to the story on twitter saying i know our complex tax laws better than anyone who has ever run for president, and i'm the only one who can fix them. >> don't you think a man who has this kind of economic genius is better for the united states than a woman and only thing she produced is a lot of work for the fbi checking out her e-mails. >> he thinks that mr. trump is smart and all the rest of us are dummies because we believe in america. well, i think they have a very distorted view of the american people and what this country is about. >> reporter: clinton, herself, spent sunday in church. the candidate in charlotte speaking on america's racial
a black father. at one point, clinton hugging the 9-year-old who tearfully addressed city council last week. >> she said, we are black people and we shouldn't have to feel like this because my grandchildren are white. let's be honest here. they won't face the kind of fear that we heard from the young children testifying before the city council. >> reporter: mary bruce, abc news, washington. the trump campaign released a statement saying, quote, mr. trump is a highly skilled businessman with a fiduciary to his business, family, and employees to pay no more tax than legally required. the "new york times" reporters say they aren't worried about being sued for publishing the tax returns. they say a big break came last week when the forms were verified by trump's accountant
preparing for the second debate. rudy told the washington post that christie advised him on the next town hall debate, and he's considered one of the best performers in that setting. the vice presidential candidates face off in their debate tomorrow night. we'll have complete coverage here on abc at 9:00 p.m. eastern. concerns appear to be growing about signer crimes come election day. the worries focus on the russian government potentially hacking into voter registration rolls. our correspondent has more. >> reporter: jay figures in 21 states requested help in blocking cyber attacks. sources tell abc news that investigators believe the hacking was tie to the highest levels of the russian government. >> we are doing can an awful lot of work through our counterintelligence
what mischief russia is up to with our election. >> reporter: hackers believed to be tied to russia targeted the voter registration computers in at least 20 states. >> if we retaliate against russia with a cyber attack, that's a cyber war. >> reporter: abc news learned in four cases, hackers got inside the voter registration data bases and likely copy information about thousands of voters. >> potentially, the presidential election could be manipulated by outside threats. i never thought i wod >> reporter: new evidence that the hackers changed voter rolls, that is thconcern going forward. >> imagine the situation where there's a question about the eligibility about thousands of voters in battleground states because of a hack. pierre thomas, abc news, washington. a 9/11 widow sued saudi arabia days after congress passed a law allowing americans to sue foreign governments over terrorist attacks. her husband was killed when the
crashed into the pentagon. hurricane matthew, a monster storm is rolling through the caribbean right now. forecasters say sustained wind are 145 miles per hour and conditions in jamaica, haiti, and other areas are going to be worse throughout the day. here's abc's ben kennedy with more. >> the calm before the storm. the people of jamaica preparing for the arrival of hurricane matthew. for days now, this has been the sound in the streets. residents boarding up windows d >> chaos until morning, unbelievable, lamps, flashlights, you name it. >> reporter: the government is also preparing and watching the massive storm. >> if we are not prepared, then disaster will catch us unaware. >> reporter: right now, the track takes matthew by several island nations including haiti that could take a direct hit. the u.s. advised americans to
watches and warnings are in effect across the region. people in cuba praying for the storm to move away, and boarding up a church badly damaged by hurricane sandy in 2012. back in jamaica, low cam stores struggle to keep the shelves stocked. have you. selling out of water and bread? >> bread. >> reporter: when the bread comes in, it's gone. >> it's unbelievable. unbelievable. shopping way down there the line is. >> reporter: out on the water, the waves are already picking up, and local fishermen now docked until the storm passes. >> no fishermen are going out, >> reporter: while we wait here in kingston, jamaica, it's not clear what impact the hurricane will have directly on the u.s. officials just want to get the message out early to make sure americans are ready. ben kennedy, abc news in kingston, jamaica. >> and here is the radar showing us exactly where matthew is right now. it isn't moving very fast, which means some areas of haiti could
rain. and the main concern right now is flooding and landslides. >> scary for many. well, let's turn to this. tv ready for a reboot of an iconic '80s prime time soap? get ready, folks. you see that? reports that the cw is remaking "dynasty." you remember, over-the-top soap, it featured linda evans. >> shoulder pads too? >> love it. watched it. >> the new story line sounds a lot like the old families who are feuding over their fortune and their children. no word yet on casting, but you figure they remade "dallas," so why not remake "dynasty." >> you have to do "dynasty" and "falcon crest." bring back the phones. i can't remember his name, but i loved him. john foresite, thank you. >> glad we had one there for a second. sequence everywhere. every woman on that show always had this giant gown covered in
pads. >> i always loved the end of every scene, there was always this, like that look. >> you're good at that. you know, casting has not been settled yet. you should go for the role. >> i can do this. i can do this kb come on. bring me in. i know every line. coming up, the viral video shocker for an 8-year-old girl from texas. see what happens when this third grader asks her mom to post her promises video online. neither one could have guess what happened next. and he's been the voice of the dodgers vince they moved to brooklyn. now vin scully signed off for good. the time call and words he left with his loyal listeners. first, here's a look at today's temperatures. "world news now" weather brought to you by mucinex.
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ladie ladies and gentlemen, no. ladies and gentlemen, number 34, big papi, david ortiz. >> those are boston fans paying tribute to david ortiz before the final regular season home game of his career. big papi helped them win three world series so far. to celebrate, they brought in members of the three other major sports team that won titles >> and the guy is having a career year. i can't even believe he's retiring. also, after 67 seasons and more than 9,000 games, hall of fame broadcasting career van scully finally signed off for the final time on sunday.
fans. >> you and i have been friends for a long time, but i know in my heart that i've always needed you more than you've ever needed me. i'll miss our time together more than i can say. >> i used to watch him when i was 7, 8 years old calling games. scully began his career in 1950. l.a. is in the playoffs, but he said weeks ago, he would not work the postseason and said announcing the games would be saying good-bye in grand opera where you say good-bye 12 times. >> we're used to that by now. >> such a class act, though. the u.s. hopes this year's ryder cup results in a new trend starting. this is interesting. >> the u.s. knocked europe off the top spot for the first time since 2008. ryan moore picked up the clenching point. the 17-11 win is the america's largest margin since 1979, and europe won six of the last seven ryder cups entering there year and eight of the last ten. >> that's right. big for the americans. big, big day out there.
in nfl wraps up with the vikings hosting the the giants. and last night, it was the chiefs in pittsburgh to face the steelers. and to say pittsburgh kaem out bliezing is an understatement. the quarterback, ben rothlisberger threw five touchdown passes, four in the first half, built a 36-0 lead before easing up letting the chief get 14. final score? 43-14. ouch. elsewhere, bills stunned the patriots. buffalo scored the game's only touchdown in the quarter, and bills added three field goals, new england hurt itself with a series of mistakes. buffalo shut out the the pat's 16-0. new england's last game before the man returns. tom brady, after that four game deflate-gate suspension, how about that? and if you're a fan of college football, you certainly got your required number of thrills on saturday. >> oh, yes. several fantastic finishes made for a day not soon forgotten. >> reporter: we start in the big house, wisconsin versus michigan.
cornerback jordan lewis goes airborne with a one-handed interception. the wolverines winning that one. in tallahassee, down by one point against the florida state seminoles. fourth quarter, four seconds left. tar heels go for a 50 yard field goal. kicker nick wheeler, pressure is on. kick is up, it's good. t the'noles upset at home. in georgia, fourth quarter, bulldogs come back with a 47-yard touchdown pass with 10 seconds to go. game over, right? wrong. last play of the game. tennessee's josh dobbs launches a hail mary into the end zone, the receiver, jennings, jumps for it, brings it down, and coach butch jones overcome with emotion, taking a knee on the field, and like us, couldn't believe it. and a new ap poll came out with rankings to the surprise of
we get washington at number five, michigan at four, clemson at three, ohio state at two and alabama number one. >> of course. a topsy turvy year, though. tell you what, top 25 loss thi week, and this coming week, alabama has arkansas, no. 16, watch out, alabama, just saying, just saying. one final football note, sometimes it's the team owner and let the receivers do the catching. talking to you, jerry jones. >> this is jones, owner of the dallas cowboys. took a helmet to the face. he tossed it to get an autograph. after the incident, he watched his cowboys beat the 49ers. not so sure he signed that helmet. >> no. it just looks better and better on replay. >> oh, that came fast. >> it did, it did. coming up, the video that charted a new life course for an -year-old girl. >> how it went viral, who saw it, and what it means for the girl's academic future. you're watching "world news now."
may have just chartered some brand new territory for this young girl's future. here is abc's gloria rivera. >> start my day in a positive way. >> reporter: even though she's only 8, when jordan makes a promise, you believe her. >> i will pay attention, and i will do my best, and i will study hard for every test. >> reporter: this soccer loving third grader from garland, texas asked her mom to post her promises. that video went viral. >> i will take advantage of what my teach texas eagle. >> reporter: obsessed with the university of north texas. her mom's alma mater. her video and clear academic enthusiasm led unt to make jordan a life changing offer, surprising her at school. >> we have for you a $10,000 scholarship -- [ cheers and applause ] >> she touched us with her video and her spirit and positive
may want to major in engineering and has a message for other little girls. >> that they can do whatever they want to do, and they can do whatever they stick their mind to. >> reporter: just because it really is so sweet, here's one last week. >> i am smart. i am a leader. failure is not an option for me. the best is only moments away. >> reporter: gloria riviera, abc news. >> love that story. >> isn't it great? the class of 2030. >> the youngest student ever to be accepted in the class of unt that early. look at her. she wants to be a teacher and will be a great one. >> reporter: her mom says she's really shy, so this is very out of the box for her, and she's hoping all the attention can help inspire her more. >> but she's got that video that i just want to play every single morning when i get up. just, like, yes, i'm going to be successful. look at her. go, girl, please, talk to me every single morning.
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? ? more and more we hear about convictions and overturns because of dna because justice may not have been done the first time around. >> now it's highlighted in a new prime time series. >> reporter: abc premiering the new legal drama "conviction" with a heroin at the center of audiences are expecting. >> in the first scene, arrested, cocaine possession, and she's in a police cell. >> reporter: the actress who plays her calls her an antihero
thrust into the spotlight at a young age. >> i did not vote for your father. >> me neither. >> reporter: she's described as morally ambiguous, yet realitible, and ultimately a character you want to go on a journey with and forgive. >> she has to make all of her mistakes in the public eye, and she never really conformed to what she was told she was meant to be. she's still fighting that. >> reporter: the show focuses on the work of the conviction integrity unit. the ciu, which hayes has joined in a deal to avoid jail time for drug possession and save face among her mother's senate campaign. the team tasked with deciding if justice has been served in high profile cases. >> the unit is not the innocence project. we're not committed like you. >> why are you here? >> to look at both sides of the case and see if your conviction has merit. >> reporter: all the while, the characters of the ciu are battling their own demons.
you see a window into each character's role, and go, okay, there's more. there's humanity here in addition to the case. >> reporter: the series makes a debut monday at 10:00 p.m. eastern here on abc. lauren lister, abc news, los angeles. >> and "conviction" premiers tonight at 10:00 p.m. eastern, 9:00 central here on abc. apparently the interesting part is she gets put in charge this unit kind of as a punishment. she's a reluctant -- >> after a conviction -- cocaine or some sort of drug bust. >> starts off reluctantly, but she'll come around. >> it'll work out. should be a good show. you going to check it out? >> probably. >> yeah. >> that's the news for this half
making news in america this morning -- tracking hurricane matthew. the powerful storm is set to slam into jamaica and haiti. and then make a turn toward the u.s. see how people are preparing. breaking overnight, kim kardashian robbed at gunpoint inside her paris hotel. millions of dollars in jewelry taken. kanye west bolting from his concert when he heard the news. donald trump's taxes are in the spotlight th after a report shows he may not have paid federal taxes for 18 years. his advisers are calling him a genius. critics are blasting him, as clinton's campaign seizes on the news. with just a week to go until the next debate, will this help him or hurt him? we're live in washington. and bill murray firing up the crowd and starting an epic chant at the ryder cup. >> all: america! america! america!