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>> reporter: -- a sign of just how tight this race is and the bitter battle ahead. for hillary clinton, the strategy boiled down to one name. >> president obama has led our country out of the great recession. that is one of the greatest accomplishments of president obama. i'm going to defend president obama. >> reporter: she referenced president obama 13 times, trying to tap into his popularity with the democratic race. clinton making a big push for african-american voters, supporting black lives matter and addressing that water crisis in flint, michigan. >> i think every single american should be outraged. we've had a city in the united states of america where the population, which is poor in many ways and majority african-american, has been drinking and bathing in lead-contaminated water. >> reporter: sanders coming down hard on clinton with his key issue, wall street's hold on washington. >> secretary clinton, you're not the only one, i don't mean to
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received over $600,000 from in speaking fees from goldman sachs in one year. >> reporter: promising not to throw any personal punches the her husband. but when asked whether bill clinton's past should matter -- >> that question annoys me. i cannot walk down the street, secretary clinton knows this, without being told how much i have to attack secretary clinton. we've been through this, yes, his behavior was deplorable, have i ever once said a word about that, no i have not. i'm going to debate on the issues facing the american people, not bill clinton's personal behavior. >> reporter: and hillary clinton was asked what kind of role her husband would play in her administration. she said his place in the white house would start with her right at the kitchen table, and they would figure it out from there. cecilia vega, in pop.
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what mexico is doing to keep el chapo from escaping again. it's our first look since his recapture 11 days ago since his first five nights he was moved seven times. there are more than 30 cells he can be moved by guards with cameras on their helmets. new surveillance cameras make sure there are no blind spots. >> let's hope. american pie singer-songwriter don mcclain has been arrested for domestic violence. police in maine say they were called to his home early monday morning, after his arrest, he posted $10,000 bail and was released, "american pie" was a born hit from mcchange back in the early '70s. another celebrity in trouble. former supermodel, stephanie seamour arrested for dui. authorities say seamour was drunk when she backed her range rover into another car on highway exit ramp friday night.
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next morning. >> i'd ask them to play "bride in rain" by guns n' roses. one of my favorite music videos. i don't think's appropriate when someone is arrested to run music video. it was a rematch of last spring nba championship series it didn't go well. before the game golden state steph curry posted about winning the title saying "he hoped he still smelled the champagne in the visitor's locker room" no surprise that he and cavs star lebron james got into it, it didn't matter, curry finished with 35 points as warriors thoroughly conquered sort of a beatdown on the cavs, 132-98. >> okay. >> ouch. >> and this screen grab pretty much sums up sports in cleveland. >> oh, that's so wrong. >> one fan there at the game dozing off, the other one picking a winner, or maybe he's indicating that, you know, they'll get the second pick of the draft. >> number one, baby. >> >> that's what he was saying,
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a bad angle. well, coming up in "the skinny," the drama gets real. last night's episode "the bachelor" group date to the hot tub. >> cleveland rocks. the growing controversy, brewing more of hollywood's elite threatening to boycott the oscars over this year's nominees. you're watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by lysol wipes. >>c virus. there are a lot of different kinds of yucky germs. but not all disinfecting wipes... are approved to kill the same number of them. lysol wipes are approved to kill more types of germs than clorox. don't pick just any wipe. try that one! this cold and flu season
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you see that? unbelievable. the man said the pole was about six inches from his head at impact. he said it was god that saved his life. look at that. >> wow. >> wow. >> incredible. hollywood is facing growing outrage from within as its high holy days of award season draws ever closer. >> high holy days. >> spike lead and jada pinkett smith say they are boycotting the oscars. here now is abc's lindsey davis. >> reporter: more stars choose martin luther king day to take a stand about the lack of diversity in this year's nominations. >> i won't be watching or at the academy awards. >> reporter: she's expressing her plans to boycott the show. also not attending director spike lee released a statement how it is possible for the second consecutive year all 20
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again. with the revelation after the second year in a row only white actors have been considered for the most coveted award in hollywood. snubbed for nominations, idris elba, will smith and michael b. jordan. the only nominee from the predominant black cast is sylvester stallone. who decides the nominees, long held secret. in 2012 los angeles times investigation found academy voters are nearly 94% caucasian and 77% male with blacks accounting for about 2%. the big screen has a lot of catching up to do when it comes to tv where a record 18 black performers got nominated last year for emmy awards. linsey davis, abc news, new york. >> i should point out late last night the first african-american
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statement saying while they celebrate the extraordinary achievements of this year's nominees, she is quoted here frustrated and hard heartbroken at the lack of inclusion. >> she went on to say academy is taking dramatic steps to alter the make up. >> tyler perry nomination next year. when we come back, we got the rose with "the bachelor" last night. the story behind leonardo dicapri's rendezvous with rhianna, next. >> announcer: "world news now"
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whole ordeal. she's going far, she got the rose on the date. >> good thing she packed bikini. >> group date was hosted at the l.a. memorial coliseum over the 1932 and 1984 olympic games, as well as numerous notre dame football victories over the years. >> okay. >> this had nothing to do with that. the girls were playing soccer. folks, this was not the barclays premier league by any stretch of the imagination. the team with the striped jerseys wound up winning 4-3. amber got the rose on the group date. now, we had the one-on-one date with jubilee. she wasn't too thrilled about all of that, let's say, but things started to warm up between the two of them. they fly off. there was no sunset. but you get the idea. when they got back on the heat up. they're back in the hot tub, so jubilee kicked up a bit of a fuss when she got back in the mansion, it's fine, jubilee is
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good, she got the rose. lace, she was controversial from the start. well, you can love her off the show because she took herself out of the competition. so much for lace. all right. so lace is gone. excuse me, there were no roses for jamie and tushana. there were 14 women left. as for the kiss count, the kiss count stops at six. >> wow. >> so, that's pretty good. week three, three words, vegas, baby, vegas, analyst, out. >> all right. pack your bikinis and hot tubs. folks. >> okay. >> there could be rose in the future of rhianna. >> leo decap. yo and rihanna are sparking romance rumors. the two spotted together in a nightclub in paris sunday night.
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that includes, yes, a kiss. >> he went with model kelly robach last hung out with rehan rihanna on february, dancing close, nice. >> as for sunday night, a source says the two arrived at the club separately and left separately. but it was paris and they rendezvous. >> a kiss. >> so, how are you doing, enough pressure in here for you.t. they're new liquid gels. and you're coming with me... wait, what?! you realize i have gold status? do i still get the miles? new mucinex sinus-max liquid gels. dissolves fast to unleash max strength medicine. start the relief. ditch the misery. let's end this. olay total effects a skin transformation that rivals the leading department store moisturizer. revives skin to fight 7 signs of aging. with olay, you age less, so you can be ageless.
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and when i know she's feeling like that, it makes me feel like we're both... when she enjoys it, we enjoy it even more. and i enjoy it. feel the difference with k-y ultragel. by the time i got to new york, i was living like a king "david bowie's final album "black star" has debuted at number one in the billboard 200 start. it's giving him his number one ever. bowie died on january 10th, two days after the album was released. of course, on the heels of bowie's death comes the news of
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world of music. >> glenn frey, one of the founding members of the eagles has died at the age of 67. complications of rheumatoid arthritis, intestinal issues and pneumonia. >> and this morning, we're looking back at a special moment from 1998, when frey made an impassioned acceptance speech during the group's induction into the rock and roll hall of fame. >> we got along fine, we just disagreed a lot. tell me one worthwhile relationship that has not had peaks and valleys. [ applause ] you know, that's really what we're talking about here. and you cannot play music with people for very long if you don't genuinely like them and i guarantee you that over the nine years that the eagles were together during the '70s, over the three years we were together during our reunion, the best of times ranked in the 95th percent sent tile. the worst of times ranked in a
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obviously but the seven of us have dwelt on for a long, long time. get over it. [ cheering and applause ] >> on behalf of all the eagles, on behalf of all the people, we're so lucky to be enshrined with the people we admire. you honor us, therefore, you honor yourselves, thank you. >> tribute poignant all over the world. >> celebrities of all stripes have been taking to tweeter. >> "god bless glenn frey, peace and love to all his family and friends". >> and olivia newton-john whose star was rising at the time of eagles tweeted i'm so sad to hear the loss of glenn frey. the eagles played a great part in my music. >> i thought it was called "the eagles" it's actually just "eagles". >> years ago when they broke up,
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would have to freeze for them to rieu reunite, well it did
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>> glenn good morning, i'm kendis gibson. >> and i'm reena ninan. here's some of the top headlines we're following on "world news now". the pressure is on the presidential candidates with less than two weeks until the first votes are cast until the iowa caucuses, battle for frontrunner is race between trump and cruz on the other side. and clinton and sanders on the other. with more from the campaign trail, we'll have much more straight ahead. the mayor of flint, michigan, will be in washington, d.c. today looking for federal help for the city's water crisis. meantime back home, two new class action lawsuits will be announced holding the governor and state officials responsible.
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marines missing after two helicopters crashed off hawaii have found some life rafts that were carried aboard the aircraft. but there's been no sign of the marines. another music legend lost, fans are remembering eagles co-founder glenn frey. the rock and roll hall of famer died yesterday after facing several health challenges. he was 67 years old. those are some of our top stories on this tuesday, january 19th. take it easy take it easy >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now". good morning everybody, we're going to start this half hour with the battle for the white house, and it really is a battle. although it may seem like this race has been going on for several years, now, the first primary votes are just coming into view. >> i would rather have a rerun of college football season.
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>> just a pause. >> more timely than this. >> frontrunners desperately want that first victory. abc lana zak has the details. >> reporter: some members of the british parliament debate banning donald trump from their country -- >> let's be clear, donald trump is an idiot. >> reporter: on the crooner report, ted cruz hit the front-runner on his inheritance. >> i don't come from wealth. unlike donald, i didn't inherit millions of dollars. >> reporter: while at liberty university he made his case for the christian conservative vote, they called his scripture clumsy. after fumbling corinthians. >> 2 corinthians, that's the whole ball game, where the spirit soft lord, right, where the spirit of the lord is there is liberty. >> reporter: with iowa poll numbers in flux, there is no love loss between the two republican frontrunners. >> the truth is he's a nasty guy.
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democrats, they were freed from critiquing each other focusing on the legacy of dr. martin luther king. >> dr. king died with his work unfinished and it is up to us to see it through. >> what dr. king said is we have got to combat racism, but we've as got to combat income and wealth inequality. >> reporter: different tone where the barbs were sharp. >> he voted for amtrak -- >> you've received over $600,000 in speaking fees from goldman sachs. >> reporter: and going back to the republicans for a moment, it seemed that ted cruz had a bit of fun with donald trump's attack. he tweeted out janet jackson's video "nasty" in response. marine na reena, kend igs. three of the five americans released by iran are in a military hospital in germany
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and friends. >> we're seeing pictures as you see here of the former captives with big smiles on their faces. abc's jonathan karl tells how this all came about. >> reporter: free the at last, "washington post" reporter jason rediane, reres zee rezaian. with his family at u.s. military base in germany after spending 544 days in prison. here alongside his wife skyping with relatives, spoke with abc. >> definitely lost some weight. you know, he was joking, we were having a good time. >> reporter: the former marine reunited with his family and congressman after enduring more than four gleersyears in police. and the pastor celebrating his freedom after 3 1/2 years. >> i told my kids i will come up and said daddy is released from
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mother in boston is the first back to the u.s., all of this after dramatic 24 hours, the u.s. confirs the prisoner exchange. four hours later, the iran nuclear deal goes into effect, sanctions lifted. but the plane doesn't leave. iran won't less jason rezaian's wife to join him. sunday morning they agree to allow him to join her. they announce paying $1.7 billion to the iranian government to settle an old financial dispute. the white house says that none of the seven iranians that were freed as part of this exchange had any tice terrorism. but four of them were convicted on charges related to smuggling military equipment to iran. jonathan karl, abc news, the white house. now to weather back here, this is not shaping up to be a good week the at least for travel. more than 100 million americans are dealing with extreme cold and tough driving conditions.
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multiple pileups automatic across the country, and a major snowstorm is taking aim at the northeast for the weekend. let's get a complete forecast from accuweather's paul williams. >> thanks, kendis, well, that rude cold air from the north will bother the good old southern folks and bring very cold air down towards the tennessee valley region and then as we go into the evening time, it will stay cool throughout portions of florida. travel problems, great lakes and towards the northeast more lake effect snow and snow showers developing throughout the northern iraqi mountains and along the coast, widespread scattered showers is going to cause serious travel problems, kendis. >> thank you so much. forecast for gas prices is cheap in some places, it's dipping gloun 1$1 a gallon. a price had people filling up for 47 cents a gallon. the national average stands at
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gas buddy predicts another 20 cents to 40 cents drop this week. >> nice. surprisingly the asian stock markets are more or less flat this morning, despite a poor economic report from china, its economy last quarter grew at its slowest pace in 25 years. but that actually wasn't a surprise. investors figure the chinese government will step in with more stimulus measures. many are ready on the sidelines waiting to see what happens next. and here's an eye-popping statistic about the global wealth divide. the richest 62 people in the world own the same wealth as the poorest 3.6 billion people. that's half of all the people on the planet. that number is from a new study by oxfam which includes that it's time to end the era of tax havens. it's a good time to look skyward, five of the solar system other eight planets will be visible at once with the naked eye in the predawn skies, weather permitting, of course. the planets will be lined up in
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left to right, mercury, venus, saturn, mars, jupiter and first time that's actually happened since 2005. my very -- do you remember, my very educated mother just served us nine pizzas. that's how you remember it. >> no uranus. >> let's move to the chargers, why don't we. well, the san diego chargers apparently still considering whether to move to los angeles. the chargers rams held their first meeting to discuss sharing a stadium. neither is saying what was discussed or if there will be further meetings. the chargers have one year to decide if they will move. to begin playing in l.a. this summer. >> cool. and the answer is, nobody got it right. the question on "jeopardy!" is why are all three players being
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the final "jeopardy!" category was state captains and all three contestants wagered everything they had. >> the answer given was a 1957 event led to the creation of a national historic site in this city, signed into law by president whose library is now there, too. all they had to do was say what is little rock. >> all three contestants finished with zero dollars, zero plans for tonight. >> zero plans for tonight. >> how you can wager everything? that's gutsy. >> yeah, they got the strategy completely wrong. that's a rarity for "jeopardy!." i don't know if i would have gotten it right. >> i think i would watch "jeopardy!" that day. my only moment. coming up, a day on, not a day off, celebrating the legacy of dr. martin luther king, jr. from the first family to the elementary school children carrying on his message for hope for america. plus, the giz whiz.
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wiz, some of my favorite gadget from the consumer electronics show, from tiny reading glasses to a full window's tint computer the size of a smartphone. wait until you see what this can do, you're watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by mucinex dm. yeah...but what about mike? he has that dry scratchy thing going on. guess what? it works on his cough too. cough! guess what? it works on his cough too. what? stop! don't pull me! spoiler alert! she doesn't make it! only mucinex dm relieves bothwet and dry coughs for 12 hours with two medicines in one pill. start the relief. ditch the misery. let's end this. there's moving... and there's moving with move free ultra. it has triple-action support for your joints, cartilage and bones. and unlike the big osteo-bi flex pills, it's all in one tiny pill. move free ultra. get your move on.
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elementary school students who put together their own very special tribute. >> yeah, the fourth and fifth graders were asked if martin luther king jr. were running for president today, what would his campaign look like. here's abc's linsey davis. >> i may not get there with you, but i want you to know tonight that we as a people will get to the promised land. >> reporter: his words moving a nation, that promised land inspiring generations. >> it's dr. martin luther king, jr. were to run for president today, i believe he would say this in his campaign speech, we are a nation of promise and a land of opportunity. >> my brothers and sisters, i challenge you to keep the dream alive and uplift one another. >> we have made progress in the 21st century, but we have not overcome.
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done, white and black lives must matter, hispanic lives must matter, native and asian lives must matter, all lives must matter. >> i am convinced that men hate each other because they fear each other, they fear each other because they don't know each other, they don't know each other because they don't communicate and they don't communicate because they are separated. >> reporter: today's youth asking if king's message can build more bridges. >> imus limb. if dr. king were rung for president, how would he treat me and my family. >> men, we should all come together, all races, all cultures. >> reporter: and if there were one thing our nation's kids will tell dr. king. >> thank you. >> thank you for helping me to understand the right and wrong
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society tote. >> thank you for being a role model to me and all the people around the united states. >> thank you for everything. >> for making our world a better place. >> reporter: linsey davis, abc news, new york. >> those kids are so well spoken. future politicians. >> possibly. >> or tv anchors. a picture there of the memorial in d.c. well, coming un, a pique of some of this year's hottest gadgets. whiz shows us his favorite offerings from this year consumer electronics' show, next. >> announcer: "world news now"
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abc stations. okay. let's call it fashion week for geeks. the annual consumer electronics show, this year's offering in los angeles certainly did not disappoint geeks or nongeeks. showing us some of his favorites. we're not going to call him a geek. he's our whiz. dick debartolo. >> i have some fun stuff. >> what caught your eye? >> these five things, a couple of more will be shown here. first of all, if you wear magnifying, these are from thin optics, it's a way to have glasses with you. i'm going to take off my regular glasses, they come in three magnaification magnifications. you click them on.
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they're very rugged. the company says if they break, they'll replace them. >> and they hang on. >> they just hang on like that. >> and they come three ways. >> like this? >> you want to try them? >> pull them out, clip them on your nose. the plain glasses are 20 bucks. >> you can't quite break them, right? >> no, you can't break them, don't worry. >> i can't -- that's really a senior moment there, sorry. >> it's okay. they're like $20 to get them and universal part for $25, or you can get them built in to a phone case for $40. this is the galaxy s5. so now i have a nice rugged case and my thin optics. >> and can you get like specific prescription? >> yes. >> three different magnifications. >> okay. got it. >> this is really great, this is called kangaroo. so this is a windows 10 computer with wi-fi, blue tooth, fingerprint. >> that thing? >> i know. so on the -- comes with a little dock. so the dock has usb in, two of them, keyboard goes in one. >> like that. >> right.
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out goes to any monitor you want. so i look this up to my 40-inch or 4k tv. and then i had windows 10 huge in my living room, and i can do my e-mail. and this is $99. >> the price fits. is this the smallest computer you've seen? >> absolutely. >> wow. >> it has built in battery, there are things called pc sticks. this can operate on its own with a built-in battery. >> all right. cool. >> this is great. this is called zalt, it's if you travel, you have the adapters for your two chargers, smartphone, tablet, your computer, the company said they can power 90% of all laptops, it comes with all of these tables and tips. this folds out, goes in the wall, now one of these charges
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smartphone. >> very cool. >> one of these can run your tablet. if the plug is facing the wrong way at the hotel, you can rotate the plug. >> great, because that stuff usually takes up a lot of space. >> yes. >> you get all of this stuff in a small bag. >> so this is, you plug in your router, this is for small devices that during a black out, you want to stay powered. what's neat about this, if you need power on the run, take that out, throw it in your backpack, you can charge your phones and tablets. >> this is in case of an emergency. >> exactly. keep it plugged in all the time. >> right. >> our final guy is that little -- i'm going to pick this up here, it's called temp track. and peel this plastic off. this goes under the baby's arm. >> okay. >> this is blue tooth enabled, now anywhere in your house, up to 40 feet, you can be reading the baby's temperature. you don't have to wake the baby. you can set it for like 100 degrees wake me and your phone
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temperature is over 100 degrees. >> that's great. >> $25. >> good looking toys there. from ces. >> thank you. >> whiz, thank you.
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well, we're closing in on this year's academy awards, well with every award show leading up to hollywood's biggest night, anger is building from some within. >> the outrage is filled by what many say is a lack of diversity. there really is, even the academy president late last night saying she's disappointed with the outcome and they plan to do some work. we got more from abc's lauren lyster. >> i will not be at the academy
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>> reporter: jada pinkett smith taking that firm statement to her facebook page. coming days after her husband's will smith got snubbed for an academy award for "concussion." none of the nominations went to person of color reviving last year's controversy. she's not alone, director spike lee voicing his disappointment on facebook, writing he won't be attending the ceremony. lee addressed diversity in his acceptance speech at the academy's governors award in november. >> it's easy to be the president of the united states as a black person than to be the head of studio. >> they're about to lose their mind. >> reporter: "straighting out of compton" overlooked for best picture category. rapper ice cube speaking out on "the wendy williams show." >> i'm not surprised. >> oscar's host tweeting out a new promo with the caption, the oscars, white bet awards.
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they're nearly 94 caucasian and 77% male, with blacks accounting for about 2%. president of the academy cheryl boone isaacs who herself is black, said she has sought to improve diversity. >> we are working inside the academy in order to make sure we have inclusion. >> reporter: both spike lee and jada pinkett smith in their messages referencing martin luther king jr. >> that was a big day, for kings' birthday, commemorating him. michael moore coming out and saying i join jada. and spike lee. i believe the academy awards will fix this. >> i'm sure next year there will be nominees of color. remember viv from fresh prince
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serious tea. this morning on "world news now" -- an american voice lost. >> the passing of eagles founding member glenn frey. writing classic songs that were the soundtrack for numerous his death mourned by friends and fans this morning. and the race to the white house getting ugly for donald going after ted cruz and calling him, quote, a nasty man as he recites bible passages. how cruz responded as the first primary to lose right around the corner. and sports scandal. the world top tennis stars admitting they've been offered bribes to throw matches.s. the latest reports rocking the big money world of tennis and
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and here's a little inspiration for those fighting the urge to fall asleep. can pudding help keep you going? meet this little toddler who refuses to give up. as he enjoys and wears his dessert. it's tuesday, january 19th. >> oh, hang in there. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." good morning, everyone. on this chilly tuesday morning. >> it's a cold morning in much of the country and apparently it's only going to get worse as the week goes on. there's a storm system that's out in the pacific right now, moving into the central plains and then moving east. >> yeah. >> i'm sorry, i'm like paul williams this morning giving the weather report. >> you sure are. all i have to say, it's really hard finding clothes. people don't realize, they make fun of women who wear sleeveless, but it's hard to find dress for cold weather. >> are you whining about this? we haven't even turned the air conditioning on yet.
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air conditioning on. >> those guys would love it. he's already got his scarf on back there. the tributes keep pouring in, though, this morning for rock and roll hall of famer glenn frey. >> famed guitarist died here in new york city he was 67 years old. >> the founding member of the eagles. he battled a number of serious health problems in recent years, many of which he blamed on his rock 'n' roll style. here's abc's david wright. >> reporter: for eagles fans, a huge heartache as the band announced with the heaviest of hearts, the passing of our comrade. glenn frey was a founding member of the group who co-wrote and sang some of the biggest hits including "take it easy." it easy." >> reporter: frey co-wrote "desperado." the two also co-wrote the band's
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plenty of room at the hotel california >> reporter: frey was a transplant to california arriving in the late 1960s from motown. don henley said glenn was the one who started it all. there is >> reporter: rest in peace, my brother. david wright, abc news, new york. >> rest in peace. the band posting a message about frey's death on its website yesterday. >> words can neither describe our sorrow nor our love and respect for all that he has given to us, his family, the music community and millions of mans world wide. and don henley posted a touching tribute. part of which said, he was like a brother to me, we were family. it will be very strange going forward in a world without him in it. but i will be grateful, every day that he's in my life. >> tough day. moving on to three of the americans freed by iran are in germany recuperating from their ordeal. they're reuniting with their
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members of congress. the former marine got to eat steak. jason rezaian said he's feeling good physically but wants some time to process his release. the fourth american released decided to remain in iran. at least one american is being held in iran and it's not voluntary. former fbi agent robert levinson was not part of those prisoner swaps. he disappeared in 2007. while on a case as a freelance investigator. his family later learned that he was working indirectly for the cia. the family tells abc's brian ross, they feel betrayed by how they've been treated by washington. >> i'm very disappointed. i feel extremely betrayed by them. they have done nothing to get in touch with me, other than than i asked them to. >> your father is the american left behind. >> correct. >> absolutely. he's serving his country and his country hasn't done its duty to get him home. >> mrs. levinson, do you
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died in captivity? >> no i will never consider that until i have proof. i believe every day she's starting to come home to us and our family. we will never give up. >> u.s. officials tell abc news levinson was part of the negotiations and they still don't know why he was never included in the swap but the door is now open with talks with the iranian government about him. meanwhile, sources have been searching the baghdad neighborhood where they have closed the streets. conducted house-to-house searches. u.s. officials have not identified the missing americans or said what they were doing in that country at the time. back here to the home front and to politics now and the race for the white house. donald trump and ted cruz really beginning to mix it up, doing schoolyard name calling. well, trump says that cruz is nasty and unlikable. and then cruz just took off the gloves and called trump a liberal.
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>> reporter: just hours after taking aim at senator ted cruz, donald trump quoted scripture at jerry fallwell evangelical liberty university. >> 2 corinthians, right, 317. that's the whole ball game. right, where the spirit of the lord is, there is liberty. >> reporter: on this week, trump leveling this attack on cruz. >> he's a nasty guy. nobody likes him. nobody in congress likes him. nobody likes him anywhere once they get to know him. reporter: trump also blasting cruz for slamming wall street while failing to disclose that he took out a million dollars in big bank loans to fund a senate race. >> he's a total hypocrite. he wants to look like robin hood protecting people from the banks well he's actually borrowing money and not disclosing it which is illegal. >> reporter: cruz tweeted this video in response to being called nasty. nasty boy
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getting under trump's skin. >> donald seems to be a little rattled. >> reporter: cruz's campaign continuing to hammer trump over his, quote, new york values, releasing the 1999 video, trump in his own words. >> hey, i lived in new york city, manhattan all my life. my views are a little bit different than if i lived in iowa, perhaps. i'm very pro-choice. and again it maybe a little bit of a new york background. >> reporter: that message now hitting home with some. rush limbaugh saying trump won't win over conservatives by bashing cruz. >> there are a lot of conservatives who think that he's a wolf in sheep's clothing. that he's a traditional lifetime new yorker and that means something. there are all kinds of conservatives with suspicions of donald trump. >> reporter: we're inside cruz headquarters in des moines. the volunteers hope to make 12,000 calls a day. they're convinced is this how you win the race, the ground game. that said, donald trump will be just three stops from the hawkeye state to first john wayne's hometown.
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that he's the real gop hero. tom llamas, abc news, des moines. residents of a small ohio village are in shock and in mourning after a police officer was is shot dead in an ambush. the body of thomas cattrall was found behind the danville municipal building sunday night before the police had received a call from a distraught woman who said her husband was looking for an officer to kill. the suspect now in custody is an ex-con with a long record. this is a really sad one out of the utah, the veteran officer who was shot to death over the week was working over time to pay for his cancer treatments. doug barney was killed when he encountered a fugitive who went missing from a drug rehab center for parolees. noted as a devoted family man, barney had fought cancer for 12 years before his death. the extreme temperatures are life-threatening without proper precautions. some communities have warming
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heat or proper shelter can get in out of the cold. temperatures if upper midwest will not climb above zero until later today. a consumer alert is voluntarily recalling one of its nuts over possible salmonella contamination. the concern involves 16-ounce bags of raw cashew pieces distributed to its stores in 30 states with a best before code including 0717. routine tests reveals the presence of salmonella in that one batch. complete details are at our website abcnews.com. with little ones, parents look forward to when the little one gets tired and falls asleep. case in point. take a look at this toddler. >> after eating chocolate pudding, such hard work. ben can barely keep his eyes open. in fact, can't keep his eyes open at all. he's trying but continues to lick the spoon. he's struggling and that's just
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he is just ready for a nap, oh, but -- wait, wait, where's that spoon? ah. sleep. >> oh. >> that feels good. >> the video was posted on monday. we don't know where it came from. 170 views. >> we feel your pain. >> when you want to finish your dessert, you're too tired. ever have that on the overnight. >> i usually pig out at some point still. >> it's usually boots for you. >> coming up -- hey, hangover, alcohol-free, can this really be a thing? >> let's hope. i'll let you know tomorrow. north korea says they've got it, but first, the shocking move on the court that got this college player banned. called for tripping the ref. what it's now cost him and his team. and downward dog, quite
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by the team for intentionally tripping a referee. it happened when reed said has was upset he didn't get a foul call right there. his conduct over the next two weeks will determine if the suspension will last longer. okay. so, moving on to another sport. tennis is the latest sport now, to face a new scandal. >> apparently there are new allegations rocking the world of professional tennis as some of the world's top-ranked players face serious allegations of fixing matches. abc's david wright has more. >> reporter: as the australian open kicks off down under, a bombshell threatens the integrity of professional tennis. a report on allegations of widespread match fixing implicating some of the more competitive players on the grand slam circuit. buzzfeed news and bbc report on documents they say were leaked from a secret investigation commissioned by professional tennis. >> this is a growing problem. it's huge. and the tennis' integrity unit
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with this. >> reporter: the reports point to gambling syndicates in russia and sicily, that officials say repeatedly sought to fix matches. including wimbledon. serena williams and novak djokovic, the top top-seeded players in the world asked about the australian open. djokovic called it a crime against sport. admits people offered $200,000 to throw a first round match in russia in 2007. he said he dropped out of the tournament instead, and doesn't want to be linked to this kind of thing. williams says she doesn't know anything about it at thing the assembled media, quote, when i'm playing, i play very hard and every player i play seems to play hard. among the players implicated in the reports more than a dozen who ranked in the top 50 in recent years, including eight players scheduled to play in the
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>> it involves a group of six and ten players, really, who are the main focus of the evidence that we had dug up. >> reporter: officials with pro ten physical insist they take the issue seriously and that the sports tennis integrity unit always follows up. david wright, abc news, new york. >> if that's true, i like tennis. enjoy the sport. coming up in our next hour, hollywood is under fresh fire from within. outrage over a lack of diversity among this year's academy award nominations. both spike lee and jada pinkett smith boycotting the oscars. we're going to take a closer look at who takes -- who picks the nominees. first, hollywood takes on one of the most politically charged "13 hours" in recent memory. the real heroes behind the benghazi attack speaking out. that's next on "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations. >> announcer: "world news now"
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abc stations. well, moviegoers aren't exactly flocking to see hollywood's latest action thriller. >> talking about "13 hours the secret soldiers of benghazi." it took in $19 million over a four-day weekend. and as the movie generates more buzz as a political football, the real heroes behind the story are speaking out. here's abc's juju chang. >> reporter: it has all the makings of an epic hollywood tale, unsung heroism, bravery, honor. but "13 hour" a two-hour recount of events in benghazi, as sparking controversy. >> someone who lied to the families of those four victims of benghazi can never be president of the united states. >> she proved in that benghazi hearing that she could stand her ground. >> reporter: but director
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transformers and explosive arm armageddon isn't surprised. it basically turned into a political hot potato. why would you want to pick that up? >> because there was a great human story underneath it. this was a really heroic night. really heroic, and no one knew that. >> none of you have to go. we are the only help they have. >> we knew to get out of there, we were going to have to depend on each other. and simple, i mean, kill them before they kill you. >> reporter: mark geist known as oz, kris paronto known as tanto. and john tegan. commandos who volunteered for a rescues operation when terrorists attacked a mile away from their secret base. contractors believe they're either adrenaline junkies or mercenaries. >> we're going to give our life for others, we're going to do it.
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enemies and hold her accountable. do you hold her accountable? >> do you know who i hold accountable? that's who attacked us. >> reporter: "13 hours" is the men's account of that night's battle which killed four americans including ambassador christopher stevens. although the cia calls the men's claims a distortion of events and people. >> the most important thing i hope people are surprised by is how long if any politics are involved in the movie. because we had the luxury of -- all the politics came after this night. so when these guys were trying to survive and trying to save people, there were no congressional hearings. there were no e-mails. there were no opinions. >> reporter: to take on the physically demanding role, krasinski trained hard core going from 26% body fat to just 5% in four months. action star? >> getting into shape and doing
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okay. so topping "the mix," you know, north korea is well-known for many, many scientific breakthroughs. okay. and apparently, they've come up with another one as well. they have found the definitive cure for a hangover. it's actually a drink in north korea ginseng liquor that can be drunk without fear of hangover. so it will get you to party, but the dprk claims it won't give you the hangover in the morning. >> you sure that's not a bottle of olive oil?
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it may be korean olive oil, who knows. it looks like a bottle that jeannie pops out of in "i dream of jeannie " it includes ginseng, of course, scorched glutenous rice which, of course, helps eliminate both bitterness and hangover. once again -- >> it's something everything you would eat put into a bottle? >> yeah. and they've made success with that. >> don't you eat rice after you have a hangover? >> oh, you eat everything. >> apparently, there's a thing called dog yoga? are you aware of this? >> i've heard of downward dog. >> this puts new meaning into downward dog. this is in hong kong. they're trying to break a guinness book of world records and it was led by a doga teacher. 270 dogs participated, the furry friends, have yet to confirm whether they did break the record. all of the proceeds go to the hong kong dog association, we like that. but i didn't know that it was
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>> the dogs looked thrilled. >> if i was a dog, that would be my response. >> that's our rabid dog here on "world news now." how about this for a sticky situation in ontario, sticky being the key word. check out this guy, he, apparently, stole $1,500 of chewing gum. surveillance cameras capturing him twice going into this convenience store and just walking out with chewing gum. apparently, the equivalent of 904 packs of gum. he's called the fresh breath bandit there in ontario. they still haven't found him and they haven't found a reason why. by the way, do you know what they called the detective that's looking for him? >> no. >> a gum shoe. >> oh! >> sorry. >> that was pretty good. i'm curious, was it sugar free? or spearmint? >> let's ask him, why? >> tweet at us. we've got to show you, putting skiing to a new level. a guy straps on flares to the
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>> how cool. >> and shreds the fresh powder
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>> did you use drop this morning on "world news now" -- deep freeze. an arctic blast settling over much of the country reaching deep into the south and making driving in some regions treacherous. the latest forecast. and when relief may be coming just ahead. remembering an eagle, the sad passing of glenn frey, founder of the eagles, his death at the age of 67 marking another iconic voice loss early this year, what being an eagle meant to him in his own words. and new this half hour, hollywood under fresh fire from within. >> just weeks away from this year's academy awards, growing anger over what's being called
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this year's class of nominees, has at least two prominent black stars saying they plan to boycott the oscars. fresh drama has unfolded in week three of "the bachelor" with one hopeful contestant getting a rose from ben and another finding a target on her back. we'll have a complete wrap-up from our "bachelor" analyst in "the skinny" on this tuesday, january 19th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." i watched "the bachelor". good morning, everybody. >> i knew that you watched it. >> i love it. so happy the black girl got her own single date. it's like reality chance, i have a better chance of getting an oscar nomination than she does, black girls never win. that's great. >> really? >> no. >> this could be the season. >> we'll see. she's had some progress.
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>> we look forward to his analysis. >> is this all for yourself to >> i'm hoping. >> no. >> well, we'll get right to our arctic blast gripping the midwest and spreading eastward. thermometers posting single digit temperatures. >> yeah, winter has arrived, folks. it is only getting started with us. we'll get some more now from abc's gio benitez. >> reporter: 21 below in wisconsin, freezing guard rails on great lakes. steam rising from the ice as this vessel comes into the port of duluth. that pipe freezing dangerous cold marching east for the first snowfall of the season finally hit this weekend from massachusetts to new york. more than enough to wreak havoc on roads. if yonkers, new york, an isil overpass to blame for that 14-car pileup. leaving at least ten injured. and you'll have to be extra careful on those bridges and overpasses. they can be up to 6 degrees cooler than the road down below.
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first. in michigan, police say drivers following too closely in a whiteout led to deadly pileups. >> what i saw were people that were traveling with less than one car length between them and the vehicle in front of them. at high speeds. >> reporter: gio benitez, abc news, new york. >> so that cold weather is going to stick around for a while. actually see snow. >> yeah, quite possible. let's get the complete forecast now from accuweather's paul williams. good morning, paul. >> thanks, kendis, reena. you know, in the deep south, they might call this cold air downright rude. hoping that the mother nature braves his air much better, so 0 to speak. it reaches out towards the mid south and down towards the deep south and stay at least chilly and cool conditions will persist throughout florida. now, the evening time the coldest of air will lift to the north. we'll have somewhat milder air that will move, though, towards the lower mississippi valley region but that won't save the northeast. more snow showers to the northeast. more snow showers to the west
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states. and a deluge of rain along the west coast that's going to keep california along the wet side, big time. additional snow showers throughout the country, three to six inches reaching down towards is its st. louis, kendis. reena. >> all right, paul. days after the deaths of natalie cole and david bowie, both in their 60s, by the way, fans now mourning another music legend, glenn frey. eagles co-founder glenn frey who died yesterday. he co-wrote one of the group's mega hits including "take it easy" and "hotel california." frey was only 67. he had faced several health challenges, we'll have more reaction to the death coming up later this half hour. mayor of flint, michigan, will be back in washington today seeking help with the city's water crisis. back in flint two class action lawsuits will be announced holding the state officials responsible amid a citifinancial crisis. in april 2014 the state decided
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water supply to flint river. residents' lead levels have risen since then. protesters caused a rush hour nightmare in the san francisco bay area, the protest froze traffic on one side of the bay bridge, members of black sea, which is an off chute of black lives matter drove five cars on to the bridge and stopped one in each lane. then they strung a chance through the cars. the group's demands include the firing of city officials in san francisco, as well as oakland. well, politics now. first donald trump at liberty university. the candidate battled to protect christianity but raised eyebrows referring to a bible versus as 2 corinthians." it's usually called second corinthians. he used the word "hell" the audience mostly forgave his politically incorrect moments. corinthians. >> new testament, it's sequel.
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parliament was debating whether to ban trump from visiting. they did so because half a million people signed a petition asking he be excluded over his calls to ban muslims in the u.s. although a debate was required, a vote wasn't. so trump is still free to visit. >> a lot to go for the new testament sequel. >> you crack yourself up, right. >> sorry. the fireworks from sunday night's democratic debate are still echoing on the campaign trail. no name-calling but some loud back and forth. with the iowa caucuses less than two weeks away now, the clinton camp knows it's going to be a nail-biter. here abc's cecilia vega. >> reporter: bernie sanders saying those attacks nothing personal. >> hillary clinton and i have differences of opinions, it's call democracy. but i'm not into personal attacks. >> tell me why. >> reporter: but the sharp words in south carolina -- >> regulators -- >> reporter: -- a sign of just how tight this race is and the
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for hillary clinton, the strategy boiled down to one name. >> president obama has led our country out of the great recession. that is one of the greatest accomplishments of president obama. i'm going to defend president obama. >> reporter: she referenced president obama 13 times, trying to tap into his popularity with the democratic base. clinton making a big push for african-american voters, supporting black lives matter and addressing that water crisis in flint, michigan. >> i think every single american should be outraged. we've had a city in the united states of america where the population, which is poor in many ways and majority african-american, has been drinking and bathing in lead-contaminated water. >> reporter: sanders coming down hard on clinton with his key issue, wall street's hold on washington. >> secretary clinton, you're not
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point the figure at you, you've received over $600,000 in speaking fees from goldman sachs in one year. >> reporter: promising not to throw any personal punches the her husband. but when asked whether bill clinton's past should matter -- >> that question annoys me. i cannot walk down the street, secretary clinton knows this, without being told how much i have to attack secretary clinton. we've been through this, yes, his behavior was deplorable, have i ever once said a word about that, no i have not. i'm going to debate on the secretary clinton, governor o'malley, on the issues facing the american people, not bill clinton's personal behavior. >> reporter: and hillary clinton was asked what kind of role her husband would play in her administration. she said his place in the white house would start with her right at the kitchen table, and they would figure it out from there. cecilia vega, abc news, new york. new details are emerging what mexico is doing to keep el
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take a look at this photograph. it's our first look since his recapture 11 days ago since his first five nights he was moved seven times. there are more than 30 cells he can be moved by guards with cameras on their helmets. new surveillance cameras make sure there are no blind spots. >> let's hope. american pie singer-songwriter don mcclain has been arrested for domestic violence. police in camdon, maine, say they were called to his home early monday morning, after his arrest, he posted $10,000 bail and was released if the "american pie" was a born hit from mcclain back in the early '70s. another celebrity in trouble. former supermodel, stephanie seamour arrested for dui. authorities say see seymour was drunk when she backed her range
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highway exit ramp friday night. she'll be back in court early next morning. >> i'd ask them to play "bride in rain" by guns n' roses. one of my favorite music videos. i don't think's appropriate when someone is arrested to run music video. it was a rematch of last spring nba championship series it doesn't go well for the cleveland cavs. before the game golden state steph curry posted about winning the title saying "he hoped he still smelled the champagne in the visitor's locker room. >> no price that he and cavs star lebron james got into it, it didn't matter. curry finished with 35 points as warrior s thoroughly conquered sort of a beatdown on the cavs, 132-98. >> okay. >> ouch. >> and this screen grab pretty much sums up sports in cleveland. >> oh, that's so wrong. >> one fan there at the game dozing off, the other one picking a winner, or maybe he's indicating that, you know, they'll get the second pick of the draft. >> number one, baby. >> >> that's what he was saying,
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all the way into the floorboards. the man said the pole was about six inches from his head at impact. he said it was god that saved his life. look at that. >> wow. >> wow. >> incredible. hollywood is facing growing outrage from within as its high holy days of award season draws ever closer. to the academy awards. >> high holy days. >> spike lee and jada pinkett smith say they're boycotting the oscars over what they call, of course, a lack of diversity among the class of nominees. here now is abc's lindsey davis. >> reporter: more stars choose martin luther king day to take a stand about the lack of diversity in this year's nominations. >> i will not be at the academy awards and i won'ting watching. >> reporter: on facebook, actress jada pinkett smith expressing her plans to boycott the show. also not attending director spike lee released a statement how it is possible for the second consecutive year all 20 contenders are white.
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again. with the revelation after the second year in a row only white actors have been considered for the most coveted award in hollywood. snubbed for nominations, idris elba, will smith and michael b. jordan. in fact, the only nominee from "creed's" predominantly black cast is sylvester stallone. who decides the nominees, long held secret. in 2012 los angeles times investigation found academy voters are nearly 94% caucasian and 77% male with blacks accounting for about 2%. the big screen has a lot of catching up to do when it comes to tv where a record 18 black performers got nominated last year for emmy awards. linsey davis, abc news, new york. >> i should point out late last night, the academy president who is the first african-american in that job, cheryl boon-isaacs, released a statement saying
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extraordinary achievements of this year's nominees, she is, quote, frustrated and heartbroken at the lack of inclusion. >> she went on to say academy is taking dramatic steps to alter the make-up. >> tyler perry nomination next year. when we come back, we got the rose with "the bachelor" ben. and the story behind leonardo dicaprio's run day view with rihanna, next. >> announcer: "world news now" continues now with this after our abc stations.
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>> good thing she packed bikini. >> group date was hosted at the l.a. memorial coliseum over the 1932 and 1984 olympic games, as well as numerous notre dame football victories over the years. >> okay. >> this had nothing to do with that. the girls were playing soccer. folks, this was not the barclays premier league by any stretch of the imagination. the team with the striped jerseys wound up winning 4-3. amber got the rose on the group date. now, we had the one-on-one date with jubilee. they took off on the helicopter. she wasn't too thrilled about all of that, let's say, but things started to warm up between the two of them. they fly off. there was no sunset. but you get the idea. when they got back on the ground, things really started to heat up. they're back in the hot tub, so jubilee kicked up a bit of a fuss when she got back in the
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still in the house, she's all good, she got the rose. lace, she was controversial from the start. well, you can love her off the show because she took herself out of the competition. so much for lace. all right. so lace is gone. excuse me, there were no roses for jamie and tushana. there were 14 women left. as for the kiss count, the kiss count stops at six. >> wow. >> so, that's pretty good. week three, three words, vegas, baby, vegas, analyst, out. >> all right. pack your bikinis and hot tubs. folks. >> okay. >> there could be rose in the future of rhianna. >> really? former fling leo dicaprio and rihanna are sparking romance rumors. the two spotted together in a nightclub in paris sunday night. eyewitness report sweet moment that includes, yes, a kiss.
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robach last hung out with rihanna on february, dancing close, nice. >> as for sunday night, a source says the two arrived at the club separately and left separately. but it was paris and they rendezvous. >> a kiss. nna on february, dancing close, nice. >> as for sunday night, a source says the two arrived at the club separately and left separately. but it was paris and they rendezvous. >> a kiss. >> so, how are you doing, enough pressure in here for you.t. they're new liquid gels. and you're coming with me... wait, what?! you realize i have gold status? do i still get the miles? new mucinex sinus-max liquid gels. dissolves fast to unleash max strength medicine. start the relief. ditch the misery. let's end this. olay total effects a skin transformation that rivals the leading department store moisturizer. revives skin to fight 7 signs of aging. with olay, you age less, so you can be ageless.
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arthritis, intestinal issues and pneumonia. >> and this morning, we're looking back at a special moment from 1998, when frey made an impassioned acceptance speech during the group's induction into the rock and roll hall of fame. >> we got along fine, we just disagreed a lot. tell me one worthwhile relationship that has not had peaks and valleys. [ applause ] you know, that's really what we're talking about here. and you cannot play music with people for very long if you don't genuinely like them and i guarantee you that over the nine years that the eagles were together during the '70s, over the three years we were together during our reunion, the best of times rank in the 95th percentile.
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very small percentile that obviously but the seven of us has dwelled on for a long, long time. get over it. [ cheering and applause ] >> on behalf of all the eagles, on behalf of all the people, we're so lucky to be enshrined with the people we admire. you honor us, therefore, you honor yourselves, thank you. >> tributes have been pouring in all over the world. >> celebrities of all stripes have been taking to tweeter. ringo starr tweeted "god bless glenn fry. peace and love to all his family and friends." >> and olivia newton-john whose star was rising at the time of eagles tweeted i'm so sad to hear the loss of glenn frey. the eagles played a great part in my love of music." >> i thought it was called "the eagles" it's actually just "eagles". >> years ago when they broke up, they said famously said hell
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glenn frey, 67 years old. making news in america this morning, final stretch. just 13 days to go until the first voters have their say in this 2016 race. the candidates going head-to-head. trump fumbling a bible verse as the british parliament debates banning the billionaire. major american cities waking up to the coldest temperatures this season and the west coast preparing for another round of rain. we are tracking it all. close call. a driver heading down a highway when a light pole comes crashing through. and king james beaten badly. scuffling with steph curry in
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