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chatman died from his injuries. chatman's family filing a wrongful death lawsuit. >> it's less than ten seconds and he's lying on the street, mortally wounded. >> reporter: in a statement, an attorney for the officers, kevin fry and lou toth, calls the shooting "justified." and argues officer fry opened fire after chatman pointed a "dark object" at them. a black iphone box was recovered on chatman, but no weapon. >> we've had enough. our voices are going to be heard. our young people are going to be on the street. and we want justice. >> reporter: and prosecutors did review the case but determined criminal charges against the officers were not warranted. alex perez, abc news, chicago. part of the northeast are bracing for a nor'easter this weekend and some have already gotten a taste of what may come. lake-effect snow made for a treacherous commute around watertown new york last night, my first tv market where visibility was down to less than a quarter of a mile at times. >> let's look at today's forecast. mild with rain in much of the
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the coldest air of the season freezes midwest. mountain snow in the rockies and cascades. up to 3 inches of rain in the carolinas. >> it is 20s in our good old place in great falls, montana and minneapolis, as well. 30s in denver and chicago. 40s and 50s in new york city, atlanta and seattle. 60s and 70s in phoenix, dallas and miami and looking outside the window, it may not seem like harvest time, but in northern new york and new england, it's time to gather grapes for ice wine. >> it's running a little late this year. the temperature has to be below 17 degrees. it's been a little too warm this month. last month the sub freezing temperature concentrates the sugar for this dessert wine. >> the vintners describe it as like pears or honey, but we'll have to wait till this summer before it's ready to be served chilled we assume. >> ice wine is actually sweeter
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for white wine. it's also more expensive. >> correct me if i'm wrong, i think the alcohol is also higher. alcohol content in it is also higher. >> i don't know why we don't have it on set this morning. actually i do know why now. >> we don't need that sugar high. coming up in the "insomniac theater," a comedy. and it sounds like science fiction. a woman's finger cut off, growing back thanks to futuristic medicine. and later, remembering celine dion's husband and her mentor who transformed her from a teenager with dreams to a pop music icon. you're watching "world news now." >> "world news now" weather, brought to you by colonial penn life insurance. insurance.sage for residents age 50 to 85. write down this number now. right now, people are receiving this free information kit for guaranteed acceptance life insurance
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>> whew. >> i'm going to sleep better tonight. >> sounds like something straight out of a science fiction movie. patients growing your skin, muscles and even bones. >> kind of interesting. thanks to innovations in stem cell research an athlete in south florida used pig cells to get back into the game. christie kruger from our miami station with the story. >> reporter: 22-year-old kayla ogle has been playing softball as long as she can remember. but the university senior thought her days as a center fielder were over after her middle finger on her throwing hand got caught in a door. >> there was just blood going down my hand. blood was just all over my shirt. i looked down, there was blood all over the floor and my finger was on the floor. >> reporter: she can smile about it now. instead of losing part of her finger, dr. david helped her
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the amazes -- amazing medical breakthrough all begins with pigs. >> as you can see, it's very thin. >> yeah, it's like paper. >> reporter: this is a cell therapy made from a pig's bladder. he attached the material to kayla's finger where it acted as a sort of scaffolding stimulating human cells to reproduce. >> whether that tissue is an abdominal wound, a fingertip, bone, muscle, this allows us and the patient to regrow their own tissue. >> reporter: it took her three months to grow a brand-new finger and now with rehab, she's actually back to normal. not only did she grow a new finger, she grew a brand-new nail, as well. this powder also made from pig cells was applied every day. >> we would just hope to get some length on the fingertip because she's an athlete just so she can grip the ball and actually bat. i told her that she should expect she won't have any nail growth and to our surprised, she even had her complete nail grow
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>> today, kayla is back in the game, thankful for this amazing medical miracle. >> i just thought it was going to be this whole life changing thing where i would look different and be self-conscious about it all the time. now with i have a nail and i look normal, and it's not that bad. >> this therapy is also used to help burn patients, diabetic wounds and even cancer patients. for abc news, i'm christie kruger. >> enjoy your breakfast. back in a moment. burn patients, diabetic wounds and even cancer patients. for abc news, i'm christie
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about. >> but he was celine dion's real life epic romance. he passed away at the age of 73 after a long bout with throat cancer. they met she was just 12 years old, he a music manager plucking her from poverty. together they built her career and eventually a relationship. they married in 1994 and had three children together. i went backstage in vegas with the family back income 2011. then rene had already dealt with his first bout of throat cancer. as she told deborah roberts, the disease would soon return. >> he sat down and said i have cancer again. the doctor just called me. my heart started to beat faster about you my body shut off. it took a toll on me. >> reporter:hat toll and her willingness to bear it a true testament to their incredible love. >> he's got a feeding tube. i have to feed him three times a
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unfortunately, i had to say, listen, i can't be half here and half over there, please allow me to stay home. but she says rene himself encouraged her to go back to the stage. >> sometimes and i think i'm used to it, don't feel what you need to feel. just do it. >> go on stage. >> i did because i love him. and i did, and it was very hard. we complete each other. we're one. and now those iconic ballads likeill undoubtedly take on new meaning for the singer, poignant and bittersweet laced with the memory of the e ve that inspired them juju chang nbc news, new york. because you loved me >> what an incredible love story. you think about their three children, too. i loved how she started the interview saying they've had time to prepare for this and say good-bye which is something she
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>> none of you have to go. we are the only help they have. >> "13 hours" getting a splat on rotten tomatoes, just a 57% approval rating. "the new york times" writes the movie is 45 minutes of setup and an eternity of relentless combat. ign.com writes this tribute to the defenders of the u.s. outpost shows michael bey can make a film about human beings. >> next up a much, much lighter offer from director tim story. ride along 2," kevin hart, ice cube back lead the sequel to the blockbuster in which ben heads to miami with his soon to be brother-in-law james played by ice cube to bring down a drug lord as ben's wedding day approaches. senator what you got for me? >> i tried to get into this and it fried my computer. it's like it's got acid for blood. >> aliens. >> uh-huh. >> i've never seen a device lock this tight.
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level we can't crack. >> hackers. >> freelance hackers. fraccer. >> do you ever listen to the [ expletive ] that fly out your mouth? >> no. >> so the critics overwhelmingly hate what they're hearing and seeing giving it a major splat ride along 2 getting only 15% right now on rotten tomatoes. joshua wa rothkopf writes eddie murphy, please come back and show these clowns how it's done. the a.p.'s sandy cohen writing if you thought the first one was fun, take another spin. it won't disappoint you. >> so "13 hours"? >> maybe with the volume down so you can look at john krazynski and the guns. >> remember to follow us on facebook at wnnfans.com. have a great weekend. you can look at john krazynski and the guns.
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have a great weekend.ve a great weekend. this morning on "world news now," political punches on the republican stage. >> last night's republican debate and the nasty smackdowns between donald trump and ted cruz. the intensity on stage just weeks before the iowa caucuses. stay tuned for our extensive coverage. jackpot drama. the mysteries and hoax after the record powerball drawing. who is splitting the $1.6 billion prize. health alert. the frightening disease spread by mosquitos. the warnings going out to pregnant travelers from the cdc. and oscar outrage. the academy awards nominations and the controversy over who was left off the list. does hollywood face a diversity
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it's friday, january 15th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now". good morning, everyone on then busy friday. i'm reena ninan. >> i'm kendis gibson. yes, we have made it to friday. wow, what a fantastic thursday night it was watching the republicans go at it. >> i can't believe we're not too far off from iowa and new hampshire. >> just a little more than two weeks from the caucuses and then the primaries in new hampshire and you can get that sense last night with the sixth republican debate that thing are narrowing down. >> and seven candidates now making the primetime is taken in south carolina. ted cruz now jumping to second in the polls which means he's getting a lot of fire from front-runner donald trump. >> our coverage gets started right now with abc's bazi kanani. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, kendis and reena. even with fewer candidates on the stage, the debate was just as heated.
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is going harder after ted cruz because cruz is doing better in the polls. the first gop debate of this election year began with across election year began with across-the-board attacks on president obama. >> this guy is a petulant child. >> any nation that captures our fighting men and women will feel the full force and fury of the united states of america. >> reporter: just seven candidates made the cut for the primetime showdown. ted cruz defending himself on two fronts from a new report that he didn't tell the federal election commission about a million dollar loan from wall street banks for his senate campaign. >> and yes, i made a paperwork error disclosing it on one piece of paper instead of the other but if that's the best hit "the new york times" has got, they'd better go back to the well. >> reporter: then a sparring his accusations that the canadian-born cruz might not legally be allowed to be as president. constitutional lawyers that say you can't run.
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legal advice from donald trump. >> you don't have to. >> i hate to interrupt this episode of court tv, but the real -- >> reporter: trump claiming governor nikki haley actually paid him a compliment this week. >> i'm very angry because our country is being run horribly and i will gladly accept the mantle of anger. >> cruz not backing down. >> not a lot of conservatives come out of manhattan. >> when the world trade center came down, i saw something that no place on earth could have handled more beautifully more humanely than new york. >> reporter: besides those personal attacks, the debate focused on terrorism, immigration and the economy. the democrats are headed to south carolina next for their debate this sunday. >> thank you. let's bringing in abc deputy political director shushannah walshe to talk about all of this. >> good morning. a few big moments we saw in bazi's report including questions about ted cruz's birthplace. >> back in september, my friend donald said he had had his lawyers look at this from every which way.
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there was nothing to this birther issue. >> the fact is there's a big overhang. there's a big question mark on your head. and you can't do that to the party. you really can't and you know -- >> this really was the showdown of the night. we were waiting for it because we haven't really seen ted cruz and donald trump go at it face to face before. because you know, really ted cruz has had this kind of bear hug strategy and they haven't really gone head to head. tonight, of course, that was over. you saw this lengthy back and forth over this birther argument. and ted cruz essentially saying that that donald trump was just playing politics. that before he said it wasn't a problem, now that he's closing in on the polls, now it's a problem. >> who would have known the bromance would have ended over the birthers. >> the mere fact it was a topic means trump has really made an
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the other moment that was trending all night long, the hash tag #newyorkvalues. take a look. >> but everyone understands that the values in new york city are socially liberal or pro-abortion or pro-gay marriage. not a lot of conservatives come out of manhattan. i'm just saying. >> new york is a great place. it's got great people. it's got loving people. wonderful people. when the world trade center came down, i saw something that no place on earth could have handled more beautifully, we rebuilt downtown manhattan and everybody in the world watched and everybody in the world loved new york and loved new yorkers. >> so really, i mean, this new york values as you said was trending. but inside this argument, ted cruz really had a bit of a kind of an elbow to donald trump when he said that not a lot of conservatives come out of manhattan because on the campaign trail, donald trump has been saying that there's not a lot of evangelicals that come out of cuba.
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ted cruz's lineage. oh it was kind of almost like a two jabs in one. but in the end when donald trump said that he was very insulted by that statement, he seemed to have the upper hand. what's what you've seen with it trending. > cruz also we were waiting for this moment in many instances him to talk about that million dollar loan. >> we knew that was coming. he knew it was going to come. this is the big story going in today. and he essentially just blamed the media which, of course is a tried and true blast. mostly from republican candidates, but of course, this cycle we're seeing it on both sides of the aisle. that's how he deflected by hitting "the new york times" and also hitting the moderator for even asking about it. of course, this was the big story today. of course, they were going to ask about it.
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trump and cruz weren't the only candidates at it. at one point, rubio and christie also went at it. take a look. >> i like chris christie but we cannot afford to have a president of the united states that supports common core. we cannot afford to have a president of the united states that supports gun control. >> i like marco, too, and two years ago, called me a conservative reformer that new jersey needed. that was before he was running against me. now that he is, he's changed his tune. >> you know, it was interesting to see this because chris christie really kind of tried to turn marco rubio's hit on its head by saying in debate you told jeb bush not to attack you because we were all on the same team. marco rubio didn't have a good response to that. christie was right.
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and tweeted out a graphic that said hello marco, like the adele song. >> there's a part of me that would rather have six more months of college football and put the elections on hold. is that doable? >> no, i'm enjoying this. >> and now we're 17 days away. right? >> fun from the iowa caucuses. >> abc's deputy political editor shushannah walshe, thank you so much. stay with abc news as we get more reaction in from the gop debate. we'll have much more later in our next half hour and on "america this morning." let's move on right now. so far we do not know who has the three winning powerball jackpot tickets but we do know it isn't a worker at this california nursing home. her co-workers celebrating her good fortune but it was actually a hoax. the nurse's son sent her a text message after the drawing she had a winning ticket, but her family has been overwhelmed by the media attention that resulted in. what we know so far about the winning sixth where they were sold at a 7-eleven. suburban los angeles, on florida's east coast and a rural tennessee store, as well. the stores that sold the tickets
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california, $100,000 in florida and just $25,000 in tennessee. there were also eight $2 million winners and more than 70 who won $1 million. including a group of preschool teachers in kentucky. congratulations. >> i like hearing that. goldman sachs agreed to pay more than $5 billion to settle charges over sales of shoddy mortgages that led to the financial crisis of 2008. the penalty is the largest in the bank's history, but far less than what some of its wall street counterparts paid for during their role in the meltdown. the settlement will take a toll of fourth quarter earnings by $1.5 billion which sent shares down in after-hours trading. three members of a gang who pulled off the biggest burglary in bri were convicted. their haul included $20 million in gems and cash taken from
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belonging to london jewelers. the case garnered a lot of attention partially because six of the seven thieves were older than 55. happening overseas, new developments in that terror attack at a starbucks. polices in jakarta arrested three in connection with the attack that left seven dead. two of the dead, a canadian and indonesian were the actual victims. the rest of the dead were terrorists. police found a black isis flag a health alert now. the cdc will soon warn pregnant countries because the zika virus has been linked to brain damage in babies whose mothers got sick. it's carried by mosquitos. there's no vaccine. the national institutes of health is working on one. let's move to the oscar nominations now. for the second year in a row, no african-americans are nominated in the four main acting categories and that social media.
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>> reporter: the top three most oscar-nominated films, all vying for best picture, are all about survival. "the martian." >> but i'm still alive. surprise! >> reporter: "mad max: fury road." >> survive. >> i'm not afraid of dying. i've done it already. >> reporter: and the academy showering "the revenant" with 12 nominations. among them, leonardo dicaprio for best actor. this marks his fifth acting nomination, but he's never taken a statue home. but the president of the academy says she is, quote, disappointed about the omission of african-american driven films. stars including will smith and idris elba were not nominated. jennifer lawrence, at just 25 years old, got her fourth oscar nomination for "joy." a record for an actor that young. >> that's who i am.
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39 years after we first met rocky balboa -- >> show me something. >> reporter: sylvester stallone nominated for "creed," after just winning a golden globe. >> i want to thank my imaginary friend rocky balboa for being the best friend i ever had. >> reporter: he could soon have another friend named oscar. linsey davis, abc news, new york. the oscar does have a tint of gold. so there will be some minority some color in there on the stage. >> i think jimmy kimmel had the best line. he said you know it's bad when more black people are running for president on the republican ticket than were nominated. >> true indeed. so coming up "the mix," the vip at a wedding that's stealing the attention from the bride and groom and it's a dog. also ahead, the search for a certain new york cop who helped a man running late for a job interview. the mystery and incredible act of kindness. and later from "die hard" to "harry potter," the tributes are coming in for beloved actor alan
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lead after the city started drawing water from a river. but what you saw there was about 150 people who demonstrated in the michigan state capitol saying the state has not done enough. we hear a lot of stories about police on the hunt for suspects. here in new york, an ex-con is on the hunt for a certain police officer. >> yeah, so he wants to thank that officer for going way beyond the call of duty. wabc's darla miles has the story. >> i'm stuck. april the no cop doing that for james robinson. not james. the cops chased me for 11 years. >> reporter: a ride in the front seat of a police cruiser was a first for james roberts. >> i love this guy wherever he's at. i love this guy. >> reporter: the 58-year-old ex-con wants to break bread with the officer who gave him a lift to a job interview last month
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unemployment drought since he was released from prison. do you have any idea what his name might be? >> i think andrew -- for sure his tag his name got an a and d in it. >> reporter: he was so excited about the shot at an airport job, that he thought his interview was here at laguardia. but it wasn't. >> so i get off the bus and i walk to the corner. and i'm like, where can i find this place? >> reporter: he used the free round trip bus pass he was given by his social worker but the staffing agency was a few miles away. >> he said you're not going to walk there and make it there. i said i got to be there at 1:00. it was like 12 something. he said get in the car. >> reporter: he got the job working for airport rental car companies. now the agency that helped him find that job is also helping him find his mystery officer. >> i want this man thanked and i want the public to know that this is the kind of good people that work for the city of new york. >> reporter: at laguardia airport, darla miles, channel 7, eyewitness news. >> i fell for that ruse before. get in the car.
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you're we're remembering the british actor who defined his career as professor in "harry potter." >> alan rickman died of cancer barely a month shy of his 70th birthday. here now is abc's david wright >> do you really think you have a chance against us, mr. cowboy? >> reporter: whether he was the bad guy in "die hard." or in "robin hood: prince of
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>> no more merciful beheadings. and call off christmas. >> reporter: nobody could do irritation quite like alan rickman. he won our hearts and broke them in "love actually," as the cheating husband caught. >> a classic fool. >> yes, but you've also made a fool out of me. >> i can teach you how to bewitch the mind and ensnare the senses. >> reporter: as severus snape, in the "harry potter" saga -- >> mr. potter. >> reporter: -- he could kill with a glance. >> clearly, fame isn't everything, is it, mr. potter? >> reporter: it was the acting challenge of a lifetime, he told "the new york times." >> holding a wand is not the most threatening thing you can do. and pointing it at dame maggie smith. >> reporter: j.k. rowling called
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wonderful man." alan rickman, a master of the dark arts, second to none. david wright, abc news, new york. excellent actor indeed. coming up, the service dog in a tutu. and a followup to that vikings visit to an elementary school. the "mix" up next.ou're going? to work, with you. it's taco tuesday. you're not coming. i took mucinex to help get rid of my mucusy congestion. oh, right then i'll swing by in like 4 hours. forget the tacos! one pill lasts 12 hours. i'm good all day. wait! your loss. i was going to wear a sombrero. only mucinex has a bi-layer tablet that starts fast, and keeps working. not 4, not 6, but 12 full hours. start the relief. ditch the misery. let's end this.
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time for "the mix." brides never want to be upstaged at their wedding. there's a dog that may have done that. take a look at this beautiful video. valerie and andrew got married. the beautiful dog is bella, a service dog. she helps valerie calm down. so she helps her when her heart rate gets elevated trying to distract her in order to calm her. she wanted her to be part.
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they wanted them to be part of their wedding. these photos taking off because she helps a great deal for valerie and they had her walk down the aisle in a tutu. >> it's very nice. you know the story about the vikings kicker blair walsh who blew it for the team this past weekend in the playoff bid. he got some love from some elementary school first graders where they sent him some wonderful cards with support and blair actually paid them back with a visit to the school. look at him there, just greeting the first graders. they were very happy to see him. he said thank you for your support. and the first graders were very happy. you know, he still missed that kick. >> but i bet the kids won't forget this moment. >> polka. monday's talking politics the movie picks that's the "world news" polka business news from london town nightline pieces that's the world news polka it's late at night you're wide awake and you're not wearing pants so grab your "world news now"
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>> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." we do say good morning. we've made it to friday. i'm kendis gibson. >> i'm reena ninan. we're going to begin with those clashes on stage at the republican debate. >> yeah, ted cruz taking heat from donald trump especially over those new york values. >> the seven candidates taking aim at president obama and hillary clinton. abc's bazi kanani is joining us with the details. good morning. >> good morning. even with fewer candidates on the stage, the debate was just as heated. donald trump even admitting at one point he is going harder after ted cruz on that birther issue because cruz is doing better in the polls. >> there's a big question mark on your head. and you can't do that to the party. you really can't. >> the constitution hasn't changed. but the poll numbers have. >> reporter: just seven candidates made the cut for the primetime showdown which largely
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immigration and the economy. the two front-runners donald trump and ted cruz, dominated much of the debate as they defended themselves from each other's personal attacks. cruz not backing down from his criticism of trump for having new york values. >> not a lot of conservatives come out of manhattan. >> when the world trade center came down, i saw something that no place on earth could have handled more beautifully, more humanely than new york. >> reporter: the debate comes just two days after president obama delivered his last state of the union address. across the board, the republican candidates slammed the president. chris christie even causing him a pet to you lent child. there were some lighter moments, as well. ben carson drew laugher when he unexpectedly forced himself into a crowded discussion. >> i was mentioned to -- >> you were? >> yeah, he said everybody. >> marco rubio also tangled in this debate with both chris christie and ted cruz. the democrats are headed to south carolina next for their debate this sunday.
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>> bazi, thank you so much. we will, of course have, more highlights and analysis from the debate in our next half hour and all morning long. >> let's get to another debate. who won the big powerball? reaction to this week's powerball drawing took all forms from people waiting outside a store that sold a winning ticket to co-workers celebrating with a nursing home nurse. her son had just texted to say she had the winning ticket. but it was a joke. the family is now hiding overwhelmed by the attention. we're going to bet someone's allowance is now severely restricted. >> allowance is the least of the worries. geez, wow. the fact is, we don't know much about who actually won or the winners and where they were purchased is what -- that's the only thing we know. while we're wondering who share
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jackpot, we're overlooking other winners. with more here's abc's steve osunsami. >> reporter: in suburban los angeles, on the eastern coast of florida and in small-town western tennessee, the rumors are flying. >> i think it would be someone local. >> can you imagine? >> reporter: no. >> a world record jackpot! >> reporter: not one of the three winners has come forward to claim their share of the largest u.s. jackpot ever. but that didn't stop thousands of neighbors from crowding this 7-eleven in chino, california, just in case the new multimillionaire showed up. >> i'm envious of the winner. i love it. >> reporter: instead, they found the store's owner who received a million of his own for selling a winning ticket. >> it's the land of opportunity. so, anybody come, you will achieve your dreams. >> reporter: each of those hot little pieces of paper is worth $528,800,000. most winners take the cash payout, which is now $327,835,000 before taxes. this week's winners are especially lucky. all three tickets were sold in states that don't tax lottery
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tax. north of memphis, the winning ticket was sold in a small town with one stoplight and fewer than 6,000 people. dana owns the mom and pop grocery store that sold it. >> my gut tells me it's a local person, because most of our lottery customers are local people. >> reporter: in melbourne, florida, this is the chaos outside the home of a family who swears they didn't win. but word on the street is that they did. for most of the day, they couldn't even get out of the house. in at least 26 states, there were plenty of consolation prizes. million dollar and $2 million winners who matched five out of six numbers, including a group of preschool teachers in kentucky, who rushed to collect their check. some who still owe student loans. more than 80 tickets were million dollar winners, or second place, as you might say. all of the big winners live in states where they have to be identified. steve osunsami, abc news, mumford, tennessee. the government may soon warn pregnant women about travel to
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american countries because of an outbreak of the zika virus linked to brain damage in babies whose mothers got sick. the virus is carried by mosquitos. there's currently no vaccine, but the national institutes of health is working on one. and at least 14 people died when this tour bus crashed in central japan. the bus was on an overnight route to a ski area when it suddenly veered off the road and went down the mountainside. the two drivers who were taking turns behind the wheel were both killed in that crash. the city of chicago has reversed itself and released surveillance video of the fatal shooting of a black teen. the video from several sources is dark and blurry. lawyers for the cops say the video justifies the officer's actions. attorneys for the teen's family and community leaders say it shows abuse by the police. >> we've had enough, our voices are going to be heard. our young people are going to be on the street and we want
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>> cedrick chatman was suspected of a carjacking. officers say they thought he was pulling a gun on them but no weapon was found. no charges have been filed against the officers. two people are dead following accidents involving amtrak trains. a truck driver was killed in this collision near dallas. his truck burst into flames after being struck by the chicago bound train. in jacksonville, florida, the driver of a chevy tahoe died after being hit by an amtrak train, as well. no passengers or crew were hurt in either accident. david bowie's family says funeral services will be they posted a message on his website saying thank you for the overwhelming love and adding "just as each and every one of us found something unique in his music, we welcome everyone in the celebration of his life."
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he died yesterday after a battle with cancer. he was perhaps best known for his roles like the psychopath in "die hard," but he won over a generation of young people playing the antagonistic professor in the "harry potter" saga. even close friends were shocked that he had been ill. rickman was 69 years old. there's now a new miss washington, usa. pageant winner stormy keffeler has resigned because she didn't disclose a dui conviction before the contest. place say she was drunk and driving on two flat tires when stopped. she reportedly served her two days in jail after she was crowned. keffeler is also involved in another police investigation into the stabbing of a soccer star. okay. the national park service is celebrating a blessed event in southern california. two mountain lion kittens were discovered in a well-hidden den. they were born early last month and already have tracking
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>> park service biology -- biologists are wondering who the kittens' father is. there's not enough genetic diversity in that population. the biologies have been tracking their struggle to survive in an urbanized area. who you baby daddy? >> they're going to go amare to figure it out. coming up in "the skinny," from prison to the red carpet, a real housewife back in the spotlight. also ahead, a consumer alert a celebrity-endorsed lip balm. that one woman says gave her severe reaction. now there's a legal action pending. and the so-called hipster bandit known for his trendy appearances, bank holdups and the clues from the fbi after today's forecast map. it is bitter cold in the midwest. you're watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" weather, brought to you by lysol wipes. midwest. you're watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" weather, brought to you by lysol wipes. human coronavirus... hepati- >>c virus.
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the fbi is looking for that the fbi is looking for that man right there. he's called the hipster bandit accused of robbing banks across southern california. he's become noteworthy for his clothing and sporting dark sunglasses while handing a threatening note to the teller demanding money. now investigators say he's changing things up a little bit, showing up for his last robbery in, well, that star where wars" t-shirt. >> in his previous r rberies, he always seemed to be more tailored in his appearance. he was wearing a necktie, college shirts. now he seems to be slipping. > well, the robberies started in july and repeated every two months. almost like clockwork. agents say they're closing in on his identity, but they welcome
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robbing banks. the maker of a popular lip balm among celebrities that bills itself as the evolution of smooth is facing a class action lawsuit. >> one woman claims she had to seek medical attention after of the lip balm turned her lips into there cracking, burning, bleeding nightmare. here's abc's linzie janis. >> reporter: it's the egg shaped lip balm touted and pouted by celebrities from miley cyrus to kim kardashian and britney spears proclaiming their love for the product eos, evolution of smooth. but a proposed class action lawsuit by a woman alleging the product has caused consumers' lips to crack, bleed, itch, burn, flake and generate severe boiling and blistering. the lawsuit brought by rachel cronin who claims after using the product for the first time, she had a negative reaction.
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irritated. they were flaking all around the outside. >> reporter: according to the lawsuit, she contacted eos who she says told her to seek medical attention. >> i couldn't fully open my mouth to eat because it would crack. i couldn't smile because it would crack and bleed. >> reporter: she claims after posting pictures of her lips on facebook, there was a frenzy of responses from individuals with similar experiences. >> the next step will be to be collate all the people who have got the similar complaints similarly situated. we're assessment building that as we speak. >> reporter: eos telling abc news, " we firmly believe this lawsuit is without merit. our products meet or exceed all safety and quality standards validated by rigorous testing. the health and well-being of our customers is our top priority," adding that they sold several million lip balms last month in the u.s. and received 40
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rate of .001%. the suit also alleges that there are no warnings about the ingredients in the lip balm, ingredients the suit claims may cause potential side effects. but a dermatologist and medical experts we spoin this lip balm are not unusual. >> you can't be certain that the reactions are coming from the lip balm without further investigation. >> reporter: linzie janis, abc news, new york. we should tell you that eos tells abc news all their ingredients are safe and approved for use by the fda and the cosmetic ingredient review board without warning labels and they are in full compliance with all standards and guidelines regarding ingredient use and labelling. > that didn't sound very lawyered up at all. >> that was not from our. >> legal standards on that. all right. when we come back, celebrity reaction to the oscar nominations. >> and the back street boy who is back in trouble with the law.
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turning the betting into a two-movie race. >> yeah, but "the revenant" may get leonardo dicaprio his best shot at that elusive best actor oscar. right now, he's the odds-on favorite but generating a lot of buzz is matt damon in the martian" which has decent odds for best picture, as well. >> brie larson is the odds-on favorite for best actress. she's won nearly every statue this season including the golden globe for her role in "room." >> clearly not pleased with this year's nominations is cheryl boone isaacs responding to what she says is the glaring lack of diversity in this year's class. for the second year in a row, all 20 acting nominees were white. look at that. there was only one nonwhite nominee for director. and no women. i was talking to peter traverse from rolling stone yesterday
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he was surprised johnny depp did not get a nomination for the movie "black mask." i reacted saying that proves if you have black in it, you're not going to get a nomination from the academy an at all this year, two years in a row. >> two years in a row. big issue there. next to a jersey girl hitting the red carpet. >> less than a month out of federal prison, this is apparently what home confinement looks like if you're a privileged reality tv star. "real housewives of new jersey"" teresa giudice attended the opening of melissa gorga's store in new jersey looking every inch the jersey girl from head to toe. >> a lot of us cos use home confinement this month. >> she served a nearly year long sentence for tax evasion and supposed to be serving out the remainder in home confinement. her husband joe will start his sentence this spring.
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with the law once again. >> former back street boy nick carter arrested in key west, florida, allegedly for bunching a bouncer at a bar. it's carter on the ground. police say he appeared highly intoxicated. both he and the bouncer face one charge of misdemeanor battery. >> before trying to clean up his image by nearly winning on "dancing with the stars," he was arrested for resisting an officer at a tampa nightclub in 2002 and got busted in 2005 for a dui in southern california. so he still has his ways. how about we talk about dietary news. >> okay, sure. actor chris pratt has announced on instagram for the next year, he's going to eat only wild game. he calls it his game plan. get it? >> that's clever. >> pratt says the only meat he will be from animals he killed he'll also be eating veggies and
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>> yeah, it is a weird little diet. but if it works -- coming up, the week in review. >> the stories that made the cut in our weekly "friday rewind." thank you for watching us. this is "world news now." music throughout unlike ordinary diapers, pampers to stay up to so your baby can sleep wishing you love, sleep and play.
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a criminal and drug trafficker in their interviews, they have a right to do it. i find it grotesque. >> we need to reject any politics, any politics that targets people because of race or religion. this is not a matter of political correctness. >> it can be tempting to follow the siren call of the angriest voices. we must resist that temptation. >> we're getting into that period before the caucus that i kind of call the let's get real period. >> it could be that the inevitable candidate for the democratic nomination may not be so inevitable today. >> oh, would i love to run against bernie. i would love. oh, i mean, can you imagine fbi, please, go after hillary. i want to run against bernie. >> i'm so glad the rams are coming back, and it's been a long time, and trying to see here now. >> there weren't very many
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thought this team could do it and this team made a tremendous commitment to one another and did it together. of an immense british talent. i mean, genius is an overused word but i think musically, creatively, artis lickcally, -- artistically, david bowie was a genius. >> eva longoria and america ferrara aren't just beautiful talented actresses. they're also twos people who your future president, donald trump, can't wait to deport. >> i want to thank my imaginary friend could rocky balboa, for being the best friend i ever had. >> he sure was a good friend, huh? >> a good friend, absolutely. in the coming week, we have the nfl playoffs this weekend. and mlk day is on monday. and the democratic debate this sunday. >> anything exciting in great falls? >> i was checking. i think the -- there might be another council meeting in great falls. >> don't miss our updates. facebook.
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insomniacs for two decades. good morning. i'm reena ninan. >> i'm kendis gibson. here are some of the top headlines we're following this morning on "world news now." seven of the republican presidential candidates clashed on the debate stage in south carolina. among the major topics, just what are new york values? it's a question that's trending on social media, as well. we're going to hear from the candidates ahead. the u.s. defense secretary says those american sailors ended up in iranian waters because of a navigational error. he's glad that they were release quickly, although they're not happy about a video showing them kneeling with their hands behind their heads. >> the cdc expected soon to warn pregnant women about traffic to certain nations in the caribbean
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a mosquito outbreak virus in those countries has been linked to birth detects. still no word on who has the three winning powerball tickets. are they individuals or groups. >> have they quit their jobs yet? all we know is that the ticks were purchased in california, florida and tennessee. those are some of our top stories on this friday, january 15th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." we do say good morning on this friday. we're going to get started with what was an epic showdown between donald trump and ted cruz at the republican debate. >> you were saying you really enjoyed this debate. >> i thought this was one of the best ones so far. >> the first time the two have really gone head to head. the other candidates got in their shots, as well. here are some highlights. >> the constitution hasn't changed. [ laughter ] but the poll numbers have.
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because he was not born on the land, he cannot run for office. here's the problem. we're running, we're running. he does great. i win. i choose him as my vice presidential candidate, and the democrats sue because we can't take him along for the ride. he's doing a little bit better. no, i didn't care before. it's true. >> i tell you one thing. >> the chances of any litigation proceeding and succeeding on this are zero. >> it's wrong. >> i hate to interrupt this episode of court tv. every single time there has been a defense bill in the senate, three people team up to vote against it. bernie sanders, rand paul, and ted cruz. >> i appreciate your dumping your research folder on the debate stage. >> it's your record. >> you think they like each other. >> the at least half of the things marco said are flat out false. marco stood with chuck schumer and barack obama on amnesty. i stood about with jeff sessions and steve king. the values in new york city are socially liberal or pro abortion or pro guy marriage. his explanation, he said look,
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that's what we believe in new york. these those aren't iowa values but this is what we believe in new york. >> trump really had a good response to that. he brought up 9/11. he was ready. he was prepped pep brought up 9/11 and said he was proud to be from new york. >> uh-huh. google trends put out a list of things trending during the time. one of the things about trump that was trending flub five on the list, why is trump orange. >> the lighting and makeup looked a little bit off. even marco look very, very orange and trump is really orange there, i got to admit. but the lighting and makeup looked a little bit off there. i got to admit. >> another google trend you see, cruz they wanted to know where he was born. it was one of the things that people are buzzing about when you put it out there, it's almost like you've got to come back and attack. donald trump has this thing of going out and attacking people and sometimes the candidates lay
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out it doesn't work. you've got to go back in and redefine the message. >> it shows you what impact he's having on this race. he's defining the conversation right there. we're going to have more political insight from the debate and a preview of the democrats' next showdown later on on "america this morning" and "good morning america." speaking of the democrats, the race between hillary clinton and bernie sanders neck and neck. with just 16 days 0 go before as stepped up her attacks on sanders and accused him of breaking his pledge against negative advertising after two television ads in iowa and new hampshire. the population of guantanamo bay prison is now below 100 for the first time since it opened in 2002. ten yemeni detainees have been sent to oman for resettlement, one of the largest groups transferred under the president. 93 men are still held in the military prison plaintiff three people arrested in connection
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starbucks in jakarta. investigators say they found an isis flag on the body of an attacker. with more on how the assaults unfolded, here's abc's martha raddatz. >> reporter: the seven attackers, believed to be affiliated with isis, were armed with an arsenal of handguns, grenades and homemade bombs. at 10:50 a.m., the first explosions. two bombs tossed into a starbucks. panicked customers flee. the attackers open fire. a canadian outside killed. moments later, a second wave. two attackers, there, hiding by the trees, blow themselves up. as police swarm the busy shopping area, a brazen display. one of the gunmen firing randomly as he moves steadily and directly towards police officers. 11:00 a.m. now. more suicide attackers. two of them descend on a police traffic post, killing one
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officer. with rumors of more attacks, the streets, including those near the u.s. embassy nearby, shut down. police searching buildings. americans told to shelter in place. it would be nearly five hours later before it was all over. >> it does seem clear the attackers wanted a paris-style rampage. there have been warnings in jakarta of a credible threat and there were thousands of extra security forces on the streets which may well have saved lives. martha raddatz, abc news, washington. the u.n. security council will hold an emergency meeting today hoping to step up the pressure on the warring parties in syria to end their sieges of blockaded towns. a second convoy has arrived carrying much needed aid but it's barely making a dent. the u.n. says both the government and the rebels are committing war crimes by deliberately staving hundreds of
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propaganda at least online. the widow of an american killed in jordan by isis is suing twitter for giving isis a voice, the lawsuit indicates twitter also allowed isis to raise money and attract recruits. at the time of the attack in jordan, the lawsuit says isis had about 70,000 accounts and was posting an average of 80 tweets per minute. the city of chicago has reversed itself and released video showing another police shooting. once again, it is a white police officer, a black teenage victim. it's not certain the video helps answer key questions. alex perez reports. >> reporter: that newly released surveillance footage shows two officers chasing 17-year-old cedrick chatman. an officer darts in the middle of the street and opens fire. chatman, already running out of the frame, but another camera captures the scene. chatman, a carjacking suspect, is struck twice. an officer later can be seen handcuffing the teen and
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chatman died from his injuries. chatman's family filing a wrongful death lawsuit. >> it's less than ten seconds and he's lying on the street, mortally wounded. >> reporter: in a statement, an attorney for the officers, kevin fry and lou toth, calls the shooting "justified." and argues officer fry opened fire after chatman pointed a "dark object" at them. a black iphone box was recovered on chatman, but no weapon. >> we've had enough. our voices are going to be heard. our young people are going to be on the street. and we want justice. >> reporter: and prosecutors did review the case but determined criminal charges against the officers were not warranted. alex perez, abc news, chicago. part of the northeast are bracing for a nor'easter this weekend and some have already gotten a taste of what may come. lake-effect snow made for a treacherous commute around watertown new york last night, my first tv market where visibility was down to less than a quarter of a mile at times. >> let's look at today's mild with rain in much of the
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the coldest air of the season freezes midwest. mountain snow in the rockies and cascades. up to 3 inches of rain in the carolinas. >> it is 20s in our good old place in great falls, montana and minneapolis, as well. 30s in denver and chicago. 40s and 50s in new york city, atlanta and seattle. 60s and 70s in phoenix, dallas and miami and looking outside the window, it may not seem like harvest time, but in northern new york and new england, it's time to gather grapes for ice wine. >> it's running a little late this year. the temperature has to be below 17 degrees. it's been a little too warm this month. last month the sub freezing temperature concentrates the sugar for this dessert wine. >> the vintners describe it as like pears or honey, but we'll have to wait till this summer before it's ready to be served chilled we assume. >> ice wine is actually sweeter than normal wine.
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>> whew. >> i'm going to sleep better tonight. >> sounds like something straight out of a science fiction movie. patients growing your skin, muscles and even bones. >> kind of interesting. thanks to innovations in stem cell research an athlete in south florida used pig cells to get back into the game. christie kruger from our miami station with the story. >> reporter: 22-year-old kayla ogle has been playing softball as long as she can remember. but the university senior thought her days as a center fielder were over after her middle finger on her throwing hand got caught in a door. >> there was just blood going down my hand. blood was just all over my shirt. i looked down, there was blood all over the floor and my finger was on the floor. >> reporter: she can smile about it now. instead of losing part of her finger, dr. david helped her
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