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the passengers can run faster than plane on the run i did way. >> it is ryanair, which you can get a ticket for across europe for like $10, but you have to run to your flight. here at home new questions are being raised for the clinton campaign over an unexpected visitor to one of her campaign events in florida. >> the surprised and controversial spectator was feet away from the nominee. >> reporter: a flori rally about 3,000 people strong. and right there behind hillary clinton, saddiqui mateen, the father of the orlando shooter. >> bill and i were in orlando about two weeks ago, and we had a chance to sit down with the mayor. >> reporter: mateen taking photos as clinton remembered the attack that left 49 people dead. a site she recently visited, laying flowers to honor the
invited. >> it's a democratic party, so everybody can join. >> reporter: how did he get this prime spot? secret service telling us he passed through metal detecters like everyone else. clinton's aides will only say, "this individual wasn't invited as a guest, and the campaign was unaware of his attendance until after the event." also clinton under fire once again over benghazi. parents of two americans killed in the attacks including this mother who spoke out at the republican convention -- >> i blame hillary clinton personally for the death of my son. >> reporter: now filing a wrongful death lawsuit against clinton. tying it to her private e-mail saying her, "extremely carelessness caused the attack." the clinton campaign responding saying nine different investigations into benghazi and "none found any evidence whatsoever of any wrongdoing on the part of hillary clinton." and now there is talk about
hillary clinton commits to doing three of them and now donald trump says absolutely he will do three debates, but that seems to come with a caveat. he says he wants to see the conditions and who the moderators are. abc news, miami. >> the moderators haven't been announced. but the dates, september 26th, hofstra university on long island. october 9th in virginia, and october 19th at the university of nevada in las vegas. >> many people suspect the viewership numbers will be like some 30 million people are expected to watch the first debate. >> are they going to play the music if they go on for too long? >> quite possibly. the days of summer counting down. >> with the mercury in the 90s, we have super summer water fun ideas. summer water fun ideas.
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but lysol kills 99.9% of cold and flu viruses. ? how appropriate. >> it's just so -- there are so many rio songs. >> so many dreams coming true in rio. that's very appropriate at least for team usa. we're going to check in with the women that many of the athletes rely on more than their own coaches. >> abc sat down with the elite sorority of olympic moms. >> reporter: they're three of the most ferocious fighters on the u.s. women's gymnastics team. simone biles. >> masterfully put together pba routine and stuck landing. >> reporter: boxigabby douglas and laurie hernandez.
group gold medal. you've been here before. you've been through all the excitement and the nerves. how is rio different for you? >> i think it's a little different because gabrielle is four years older and to see how she's handling everything now. more settled and grounded. >> reporter: for nelly biles, her daughter in the spotlight for the first time. the pressure, does she feel it? she's commentators are saying she's going to win five gold medals. that's pressure. >> i think simone tries not to pay attention to the expectations of others. i believe there's more pressure on me than her. i am so nervous. i am just a wreck. >> reporter: i want to know what it was like when you were with your daughters and saw their commercials run for the first time. >> the first time i saw her commercial, it really brought tears to my eyes.
>> she has moves like no other. i was overwhelmed by the beauty that she portrayed. >> reporter: and as their daughters compete, the moms are taking it all in. laurie, the first hispanic gymnast to make the olympic team in 40 years. talk about being a proud mom. >> very proud of her, and just grateful for the moment. there were days that i would get a bit discouraged and she was like let's do this, mom, with a big smile. >> reporter: abc news, rio de janeiro. >> and the team have dubbed themselves the final five because it's the last year with their coach, and also the last year that there will be five players. from now on there will be four. >> very cool.
this morning on "world news now," donald trump going off script. >> if she gets to pick her judges, nothing you can do, folks. although the second amendment people, maybe there is. i don't know. >> critics slamming the republican nominee for alluding trump and his supporters don't see it that way. we'll look at who he's blaming. breaking news out of florida. a woman in her 70s shot and killed by police. it happened during a training exercise. details just coming in. and surveillance video shows a wild encounter with police in new mexico. we're getting a look at how dangerous the chase was for everyone on the ground. and swimming in gold, michael phelps and the u.s. swim team with drama in the pool letting it come down to the last
plus, meet the chinese swimmer becoming an overnight global super star for her reactions outside the pool. your recap ahead on this wednesday, august 10th. from abc news, this is "world news now." good morning on this hump day, i'm kendis gibson. >> i'm diane macedo. maybe she can cover the events. she's fun to watch. of the analysts we've seen on the olympic coverage so far. i can't wait to show you that. no lack of color in the presidential race. there's a flat denial from donald trump dismissing allegations of openly encouraging violence against hillary clinton. >> during a rally in wilmington, north carolina, trump suggested the second amendment people may be able to stop clinton. critics immediately pounced accusing trump of making a
his campaign blamed the controversy on the dishonest media. trump insists he was talking talking about the power of the voters. he said there can be no other interpretation. >> what i think you're talking about is the power of people that are in favor of the second amendment. and they have tremendous political power. and i think they really are strong. they are united. >> and trump tweeted overn by the way, saying that the media is desperate to distract from clinton's anti-second amendment stance. trump was more careful with his words at a late night rally in north carolina. >> he did revisit the second amendment issue and criticized hillary clinton. it's your voice, your vote. let's get more from tom llamas. >> reporter: donald trump accused of crossing the line in a dangerous way. >> hillary wants to essentially abolish the second amendment. [ boos ] by the way, if she gets to pick her judges, nothing you can do,
although the second amendment people, maybe there is. i don't know. >> reporter: just look at how one trump supporter reacted after trump said that. hillary clinton tweeting this statement from her campaign. "a person seeking to be the president of the united states should not suggest violence in any way." the trump campaign says trump wasn't talking about violence. that he was trying to rally support releasing this statement -- "it's called the power of unification. second amendment people have amazing spirit and are tremendously unified which gives them great political power." and about his comments that clinton will pick the next supreme court justice, the nra tweeting, "donald trump is right. if hillary clinton gets to pick her anti-second amendment supreme court judges, there's nothing we can do." clinton supporters not buying it. senator chris murphy from connecticut where the newtown shooting still resonates tweeting, "don't treat this as a
seriously upping the possibility of a national tragedy and crisis." it's not just democrats. many have had enough of trump. 50 leading gop national security experts writing the letter saying trump would be, quote, the most reckless president in american history. trump saying nothing is wrong with his campaign style. >> i've always had a good temperament. it's gotten me here. you can't and you don't want to -- i don't think it's appropriate to start changing all of a sudden when you've been winning. >> reporter: and dismissing gop leaders abandoning him. >> the politicians, they don't understand me. >> reporter: we reached out to the secret service. they said they're aware of what donald trump said but no comment on whether this will be investigated. >> reporter: abc news, fayetteville, north carolina. house speaker paul ryan is
his home state of wisconsin. he won with more than 80% of the vote. ryan was first elected in 1998 and is well liked in his congressional district. but the race gained some attention when trump praised the opponent and delayed his endorsement of ryan. now to the other major story we're following this morning. a deadly police shooting in south florida. a 73-year-old woman was shot and killed during a community event with the police. the victim and an officer were supposed to be role-playing a scenario involving simulated lethal force. somehow she was struck with a live round and pronounced dead later at the hospital. the officer involved has been placed on leave. we'll have more details when they become available. the justice department says it's uncovered a pattern of racial discrimination by the baltimore police. they routinely make stops, searches and arrests of african americans. the investigation was prompted by the death of freddie gray.
the report caused the relationship between the community and the police broken. a day full of gun violence in chicago. 19 people were shot on monday including a 10-year-old boy. the boy survived but nine of the victims were killed making it the deadliest day in the city in 13 years. according to "the chicago tribune", at least 426 homicides this year. many of the victims have been children. now to the growing humanitarian crisis in syria. the u.n. says children in the city to have aleppo are at grave risk of disease now that the water supply has been shut off for more than four days. some two million people are without vital supplies according to the u.n. now adding to the misery, temperatures have been above 100 degrees in the city all week long. and a high-profile meeting between turkey's president and russia's president, vladimir putin. the visit intended to send a message to turkey's leaders that allies in the west and whom he blames for what he considers a lack of support after a failed coup. the president has pressed the
claims was behind the plot. he's sought more funds and visa-free travel from the european union. let's go to to olympics. a big day for team usa. big victories in swimming and gymnastics. >> the americans have won nine gold medals. one more than china. eight silvers. the most of any country. japan has one more bronze than the u.s. overall, we're far ahead in the overall medal count with 26. victories and defeats, here's jim ryan. >> reporter: meet the new golden girls. the u.s. gymnastics team. simone biles led with powerful performances in every event, sealing the deal with her floor routine. her teammates quickly rushed in to celebrate. now biles and the team captain get ready to compete against each other in the all-around competition.
signature event, the 200-meter butterfly. touching the wall first and earning his 20th gold medal. after flashing a number one sign and waving his hands as if to say bring it on. an hour later, he joined the 4 by 200-meter replay include -- relay including teammate ryan lochte. phelp's swim cap broke. the team helped him to score his 21st lifetime gold medal. keeping hopes of a gold medal sweep alive, katie ledecky took on a stacked field in the 200-meter freestyle and came through finishing first. more good news. the u.s. women's soccer team advances to the quarterfinals. the team came out with a 2-2 draw against colombia. it was enough to put them at the top of the group. a huge upset on the tennis court.
third round by her opponent who crushed the reigning champ in straight sets. more drama in the pool over at water polo. the u.s. women's team scored an upset win against spain. in boxing, carlos baldera slugged his way to win the quarterfinals in an anonymous decision over japan. jim ryan, abc news, rio de janeiro. and one olympic athlete hasn't won a gold medal and doesn't have an endorsement contract and isn't highly touted, but she's stealing the show. >> he's animated, funny. she has a killer smile. and take a look. the 100-meter backstroke semifinals. she thought she came in fourth, and then she was surprised to learn she came in third when talking to a chinese reporter. here's the reaction. [ speaking foreign language ] >> video of her reaction has now
viral in china. >> that's so cute. man, that's beautiful. >> a little bit excited. >> medals aside, she seems to be having a good time in rio. >> i always wonder how the olympians keep their composure. they work their entire lives for this, and they get on the podium and seem calm. i feel like that i would probably be more on this spectrum. >> michael phelps has won 21 gold medal. his 21st time on the podium he was tearing up. it was touching. >> you would think by then he'd be used to it. oh, just another gold medal. >> as for the anchor medal count, portugal. >> a medal in judo. what about belize? >> nothing yet. but track and field, we rule the world. later in "the mix," the olympic chest bump that was simply not to be. first, new police video shows a cop's point of view during a heart stopping chase with a suspect.
simone biles, helping the women's gymnastics squad grab gold in rio. just who is the pint sized power house stealing the show? you can share your favorite moments from the olympics at our facebook page at wnnfans.com. you're watching "world news now." you can share your favorite moments from the olympics at our facebook page at wnnfans.com. you're watching "world news now." introducing new k-y touch gel cr?me. for massage and intimacy.
>> check out this stunning lapel video of a car chase in new mexico. police asked the suspect to stop after he's caught trying to steal a truck but takes off in a porsche instead. he weaves in and out of traffic and the spike strips don't deter him. also captured on the video, this scary scene as he hits another car with a family inside at the time. the suspect flees on foot but is captured later. the man has a long criminal history in tennessee. he was released from prison last week. switching gears to the new developmen i death of a jogger in massachusetts. this is the second female jogger found dead in the northeast within just a week. >> because of that, authorities in massachusetts and new york city are working their cases together to try to see if there might be a possible connection. here's abc's linsey davis. >> reporter: hundreds of tips pouring in in massachusetts as a community tries to solve a gruesome murder in their rural town. >> we're still approaching this
act. >> reporter: a google employee disappears during an afternoon jog on sunday. her body found less than a half a mile from her mother's home. we learned investigators are looking into sexual assault and burns on her body. >> doors are unlocked often, but not anymore. >> reporter: police in massachusetts haven't ruled out a connection to the murder of karina vetrano, a woman who disappeared while jogging in new york. the nypd gave an update to residents desperate for answers. >> there were several pieces of evidence at the scene that are being forensically processed as we speak. >> reporter: to grieving families, marcotte's father said his daughter was not in a relationship with anyone. authorities in massachusetts say they do not have a suspect. linsey davis, abc news, queens, new york. >> quite a mystery. coming up in the next half hour,
"saturday night live." in the heat of the presidential campaign, dropping the famed trump and obama impersonators. what the cast members are now saying about the unexpected departure. first, the final five take home the gold. we have the story behind a 19-year-old being called the human spring and her long road to olympic glory. you're watching "world news now." ? "world news now" continues
it was all sealed by simone biles with her nearly flawless floor routine. >> this morning we're learning details about the training and discipline that went into the making of these amazing 19-year-old olympic champion. >> reporter: biles is said to be perhaps the best gymnast of all time. the smallest woman on the u.s. team at just 4'8". she hasn't lost a competition in three years. so talented, in fact, that she even has a move named after her, "the biles." >> she flips backward with a straight body, and on the second one she does a half turn and lands forward. >> reporter: the 19-year-old is a three-time world all around champion. the first woman to win the title three times in a row. she's earned 14 medals in the world championships. ten of them gold. "nightline" sat down with her
out what it takes to make gymnastics history. >> on monday and wednesday i train from 12:30 to 5:30. and other days 9:00 to 12:00 and 3 to 6. and saturday 9:00 to 1:00. >> reporter: that fierce work ethic and raw talent earning her the admiration of legendary coaches. >> she's the best in the world. >> reporter: her coach remembers the moment she saw her for the first time at age 6. >> i was like what is kid. she did a roundoff back handspring her first time in class, and she said my brother taught it to me. >> it's the hand springs perfected that set her apart. >> knowing exactly where you are in the air. some people have incredible balance. imagine it without your feet on the ground and knowing when to take your feet down to the floor so you don't die. split and wrap. good. he's a major rock star. when you have people like mary
saying she's probably the greatest gymnast they're seen, that's a really big deal. >> reporter: she's one step closer to proving that's the case. she's favored to win four more medals in the individual events. >> i guess it would solidify her as the best ever. >> reporter: in fact, she's two medals away from becoming the most decorated american gymnast of all time. >> you feel everything. like all your hard work put into that one moment, and then with the team you all get to share that memory together, and it's something you can remember forever. >> reporter: matt gutman in rio. >> and her mother actually says that while simone appears calm during the competitions, her mom is a nervous wreck. she says she doesn't know how simone manages the feelings. she clearly has not managed that skill. >> it was fascinating watching her with the weight of the team on her shoulders getting ready for that floor routine that would mean gold for them. she seemed calm.
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k-y touch. time now for the time now for milk mix. -- for the "the mix". very big day for the u.s. in the olympics. and the canadians are also getting a lot of attention this morning. specifically the volleyball team. they had a nice victory, and two of the players were very excited. you see there. this is a chest bump. apparently the other didn't get the memo. left him hanging. >> oh. >> a little awkward. >> it kind of remind me of when you had the prime minister of canada and the president and they didn't really know what to do. you know, the president went in
>> i think this might beat that. world leaders don't often go in for chest bumps. there's this guy in rome doing a selfie. after the fact he noticed a photo bomb. it's a nice picture, and then you see this guy in the background. on this, it -- the t-shirt says, "stop taking selfies." >> he doesn't look very happy. >> no. exactly. he's done with the selfie craze. apparently the internet has gone crazy about this as you would expect. so that guy has now been appearing on other selfies all over the world. this is a guy parachuting, and there goes the photo bomber. this is the most tweeted photo ever. yep. there he is. and then he's back again. >> he is just not a happy camper. >> yeah. all right. so there you have it. >> all right. well, here's a much cuter story. especially for the dog lovers
there's a flight attendant visiting, and she happened upon a stray dog. she gave him dog food. the dog starts following her around. this went on for days. she said she started changing her way to the hotel, waiting and trying to change her routine. the dog kept following her. she arranges him to be re-homed in argentina. the dog runs away, and she finds him again waiting outside the hotel. in january or february, she's since finally capitulated. though she lives in germany, she filled out the paperwork, the dog lives with her in germany. >> that dog was on a mission, and smart. you imagine how tough it is to try to find a job. this one woman who works in health care and has been trying to find a job for seven months. when she got a job, she decided to bridge the engagement photo craze and make the announcement to her friends. she grabbed the job offer and took engagement photos with it. this one saying i said yes. this is a job offer in bed with
this morning on "world news now," donald trump is trying to now," donald trump is trying to clarify a statement he made about the second amendment. the clinton campaign calls his words dangerous. trump says they have it wrong. we have the latest reaction from the campaign trail. red, white and blue in rio. more golds for team usa and more headaches for olympics officials. trying to figure out why a diving pool turned green. new this half hour, disturbing new details in a deadly shooting. >> police investigating a 911 call from a suspect. recent concerned by people called hoodlums in the street outside his home. and the major cast shakeup on "saturday night live." in the final stretch of the presidential race, the show drops two of the
their presidential impersonations. what one of the stars is saying in "the skinny" on this wednesday, august 10th. from abc news, this is "world news now." good morning. i'm diane macedo. >> i'm kendis gibson. stop me if you've heard this before. donald trump mired in controversy because of words that he used. >> trump told supporters in north carolina clinton wants to take away their gu a people can do except maybe people in favor of the second amendment could do something. he defended his remarks saying he was not talking about violence, he was talking about voting. >> people mobilize and vote, they can stop hillary from having the impact on the court, but that's not how the media is spinning it. what's your reaction? >> nobody in that room thought anything other than what you just said. this is a political movement.
from clinton's second amendment stance. as the controversy heats up, clinton is gaining ground in the latest polls. >> reporter: donald trump blasting hillary clinton in north carolina. >> hillary wants to abolish, essentially abolish, the second amendment. >> reporter: then saying this -- >> if she gets to pick her judges, nothing you can do, folks. although the second amendment people, maybe there is. i don't kn. react. the clinton campaign said in a statement, "what trump is saying is dangerous. a person seeking to be the president of the united states should not suggest violence in any way." trump's campaign not walking anything back saying, "second amendment people have amazing spirit and are tremendously unified which gives them great political power." as a new national poll shows hillary clinton expanding her lead and trump facing more backlash from republicans.
writing in a "washington post" op-ed that she won't vote for him because he lacks the temperament, self-discipline and judgment to be president. she told cnn she's not sure who she will vote for. >> i have a lot of concerns about hillary clinton, and i am not going to support her. >> reporter: clinton continuing her campaign swing through florida, touring a health facility in miami where she pushed for more action to combat zika. >> if we don't deal with zika, we will have consequences. >> reporter: they're considering expanding the electoral map to florida and georgia. recent polling thinks hillary could be contending there. the campaign thinks it could be worth the investment. thank you. hillary clinton is distancing herself from the father of the
he turned up at a rally in florida. he was spotted in the crowd. the clinton campaign said the rally was open to the public and they were unaware of the attendance until after the event. clinton said she disavows his support. now to a developing story from south florida involving a deadly police shooting. police in punta gorda say a 73-year-old woman was killed during what was supposed to be a simulated lethal force scenario. instead she was hit by live gunfire and died at the hospital. the officer who fired the shot has been placed on leave. gunfire interrupting a peaceful protest. [ gunfire ] listen to that. this is in ferguson, missouri, marking the second anniversary of the shooting of michael brown. a car struck a young man so hard he flew into the air. as the car drove away shots were fired. no injuries were reported from the gunfire. brown, an unarmed black teen, was fatally shot by a white police officer. his death sparked protests and a national
a man charged with murder after allegedly shooting a young man outside his home. chad cameron copley fired a shotgun from inside his garage hitting the victim. thomas was on his way to his car after leaving a party. moment before the shooting, someone called police complaining about "hoodlums." authorities have released the call. >> we have a bunch of hoodlums out here racing. i am locked and loaded. i'm going outside the neighborhood. you need to send p.d. as quickly as possible. >> his mother says thomas has never been in any trouble. so the travel nightmare continues for delta after the computer outage. the airline reports some computer systems are still working slowly. more than 1600 flights were cancelled an another 2000 delayed. delta spent millions over the years trying to update the aging technology to prevent a massive
had on monday. the nicu at a washington d.c., hospital is being disinfected later today after a bacteria was discovered. all the babies were transferred last night as a precaution. two infants died in the unit last week. officials say they haven't discovered a link to the bacteria. fertility rates have reached the lowest rates ever recorded. a report from the cdc finds the lowest number of newborns compared to the number of american women aged 15 to the numbers don't indicate that women are infertile but notes lower birth rates. there's also fewer babies born to teens. this is shocking to us. a brand-new baby girl in southern california is going to be quite the birth story to tell one day. >> tessa's parents were at the hospital expecting her arrival. as the labor progressed, mom decided she needed to use the restroom, and then a surprise. >> i wasn't intending on pushing or anything.
i turned around, and there she was in the toilet. >> that's right. i guess she was in a hurry to get here. dad grabbed the baby from the water as doctors and nurses rushed in to help. a terrifying moment, but the couple says they can laugh about it knowing their bundle of joy is healthy and happy and that she made quite a splash upon arrival. >> yes, she d. you know, part of the trend, i guess, over the last decade or so have been water births, so maybe that was taking it to an extreme? way. no need to fill up the tub. >> apparently this isn't very uncommon. there was a woman in britain who had it happen twice to her. >> the second time she didn't know she was pregnant. >> interesting. coming up, hard to keep track of how many gold medals one guy has. michael phelps has just earned his 21st olympic gold. how he earned this latest one.
towels. how about his and her yachts? celebrities giving us a sneak peek of her insanely expensive boat. >> is this lifestyle of the rich and kendis? >> minus the kendis part. first, here's a look at today's forecast. ? "world news now" weather brought to you by american advisors group. you by american
one, two, three. one, two, three. >> this would look good without our olympic desk. i guarantee. the samba looks good from the waist down. now with our samba moves as we bring you the highlights from rio, we start in the pool where michael phelps got to 21. >> i just stepped on my foot trying to do this. >> that was actually me stomping on your foot. >> phelps was the anchor of the u.s. men's team that won the 4 by 200 granted the americans had won before he even got in the pool. they finished a full body length ahead of britain. >> phelps has 25 olympic medals, 21 of them gold, more gold medals than 120 countries. an hour earlier he won the 200 butterfly final as well. >> duh. >> duh. u.s. teammate katy ledecky is good. she picked up her second gold. it could be a historic run.
freestyle, normally her weakest event. >> she says she prefers the longer races. you might remember she crushed the world record in the 400 on sunday. and it was also a good day for team usa out of the pool with the gymnastics team getting a second gold medal. led by simone biles, the world's best gymnasts many are saying, they finished more than eight points ahead of the competition. >> some are saying that this women's gymnastics team could be the best ever. they were their routines. >> that was not the case for the u.s. women's soccer team. the squad threw away a lead in the 90th minute to get to a tie against colombia. >> hope made a mistake and allowed an embarrassing goal. usa plays sweden on friday in the quarterfinals. american tennis superstar serena williams is done for these games. she lost in the third round capping a disappointing olympics for the williams sisters. >> she and her sister were eliminated early from the
their first olympic loss ever. >> we're not used to saying that either of the williams sisters lost. >> we'll have to see them at the open. one gold medalist from the usa has always known the gold medal was in his future. >> he wrote it in a book when he just 8 years old. >> reporter: this 21-year-old phenom, ryan murphy, winning his first gold medal and setting a new record for the 100-meter backstroke at his first summer games. it's something he's been dreaming of since he was a boy. at 8, writing this book called "my swimming life," dedicating it to his mom, drawing her on the left. a little drawing of himself at the bottom there and the gold medal he one day dreamed of winning. he wrote, "when i grow up, i hope i'll break the world records. i want to be the best swimmer in the world."
remembers all those home movies, long hours of practice, and years of grueling competitions. right there by his side through it all as she remembered something else. that look of determination and focus in ryan's eyes then and now. he will be going for his second gold on thursday night. his mom will be right there cheering him on from the stands. abc news, rio de janeiro. >> such a cutie. great story. and here's one more story about swimming in the olympics. >> the water in the pool went from blue to green and no one is apparently there's a buildup of algae of some sort. it had been a normal light blue the day before, and the water in the neighboring pool used for water polo also blue. >> olympic officials say the water was tested and there is no risk to the divers. would you have gone in? >> speculation is that the pool wasn't properly treated overnight and the algae started to form. >> that looks gross. once again, for us who are counting, at this early morning hour, this just in, belize has still not won a medal.
? ? skinny so skinny ? time for "the skinny" starting with a major cast shakeup at "snl." >> long-time cast members have been given their walking papers along with relative newcomer, john riniski. >> this is weird because it's at the height of the presidential race, and the fact that two of them may be best known for their impressions of donald trump and president obama. >> well, it's very simple. i get in there, taxes go down, everybody gets a job. salaries go way up. we build a wall. it's huge. over in china they're going to say, now that's a wall. >> russian forces occupy the peninsula inside ukraine. and lawmakers began steps to secede. i've heard so many questions from the american people, questions like is this the first
what's crimea? >> they say the decision caught him by surprise since he still had one more year to go on his seven-year contract. still, he says he has zero regrets. >> interesting timing. next, when you're planning a wedding there are his and hers everything. towels. if your really with a big life, you get his and her sofas. >> if you have a huge life, you get his and hers yachts. mariah carey gave a tour on a yacht named of her favorite italian getaway, of course. >> the 192-foot yacht, bigger than many mcmansions, accommodate six staterooms that accommodate up to 12 guests, two bars, a gym, a library, and a recording studio.
it requires a 16-person crew, plus her personal chef and it costs a whopping $340,000 a week plus expenses, including $40,000 a week just for fuel. >> however, it pales no comparison to her fiance's 287-foot expedition yacht, listed officially as the seventh largest privately owned vessel in the world. >> she married -- she's marrying all right. one celebrity couple who apparently won't be walking down the aisle any time soon, christie brinkley and john mellancamp. >> the 62-year-old supermodel and 64-year-old rocker have reportedly ended the relationship. they blamed heavy career demands. >> the couple hit it off last year after meeting at a party last summer, where else but in the hamptons. and brinkley recently revealed she was working hard on not to put too much pressure on the
>> a representative tells "people" magazine that they intend to remain best of friends. >> don't they all? and finally, we have some celebrity glad tidings to report. >> we're talking about the power couple, megan fox and brian austin green. they welcomed their third son and have given him a unique name. journey river green. >> the couple has two sons, noah, 3, and bodie, aged 2. >> their marriage was heading for splitsville last year with fox filing for divorce. a source tells "us weekly" that they are "totally back together." a baby will do that. >> congrats. >> yeah. >> mariah carey getting married. >> journey river green. >> journey river green. i kind of like it. >> green is a good last name to play with. >> green river journey?
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i don't recognize number two. i didn't see number two. i'm just going to ignore that number two part. >> i think you need a bitmoji. >> how about corporate synergy and put espn there. >> we could try for that. all right. let's move onto the rock who has sent a seismic shock against the social media universe with an epic rant over some of his "fast and furious" co-stars. >> he didn't name any names but what he said is leaving a sting. >> reporter: the "fast and furious" stars are known for high-speed chases. >> that's right. >> reporter: and action-packed drama. but for dwayne "the rock" johnson, the real drama seems to be behind the scenes. he's furious with some male co-stars, taking to instagram calling them candy -- well, you fill in the rest.
but the rock didn't stop there. this time around he's promising a very authentic performance. "when you watch this movie next april and it seems like i'm not acting in some of these scenes and my blood is legit boiling, you're right." >> the rock is cooking! >> reporter: apparently he's cooking beef. byron pitts, abc news, new york johnson, "the rock," was actually -- he has some beef with vin diesel who is not only the star with the movies but he's also the franchise's producer or one of them. >> so he's possibly angry about vin diesel. he's not naming names but we're saying -- >> he's pulling out the wrestling terms now. i would watch out. >> we'll be right back. this is abc's "world news now" informing insomniacs for two decades. this is abc's "world news now" informing insomniacs for two decades. abc's "world news
making news in america this morning, donald trump is on damage control after saying second amendment supporters might be able to stop hillary clinton. overnight trump is clarifying his comments as the clinton campaign says he's encouraging violence. we're live in washington. breaking overnight, a deadly shooting during a gun demonstration. a woman in her 70s t in the shooting simulation hit with a live round. the details just coming in. and firefighters pull a woman from a burning building. we have new video of the dramatic rescue. and 21 and counting, michael phelps adding two more gold medals to his treasure chest, and the women's gymnastics team living up to the hype and beyond.