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" to southern california where firefighters in southern california battled a blaze south of los angeles. the warehouse was engulfed in flames but no injuries were reported. eyewitnesss heard several small explosions inside the building in an industrial area. the cause was fire is unknown. and check this out. an electrical fire on a huge crane in melbourne, australia this morning causing it to collapse. the flames of spread more than 12 stories up. construction workers cleared out as soon as the fire broke out. there were thankfully no injuries. let's move onto the race for the white house. donald trump drawing tremendous crowds as republicans in nevada have their say today. trump revved up supporters in las vegas last night and when he was interrupted by a protester,
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man in the face. he also lashed out at ted cruz calling him sick. hours earlier, cruz fired his chief spokesman after he posted a misleading video about rubio. hillary clinton is heading back to south carolina today after getting a financial boost in california. clinton an ended three fund-raisers where donors paid thousands of dollars to hear her speak and her husband was also on the job. former president bill clinton campaigning for his wife in dallas as she surpassed bernie sanders in the race for delegates. >> amazon, why do you do this to us? the cost of free shipping is going up. the minimum to purchase to qualify is now $49. that's a $14 increase. almost double what it was three years ago. this is seen as a move to promote amazon prime's $99 a year service. that's why they're doing it,
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that will get you free shipping. you don't have to have a minimum plus you get the video and audio streaming which companies are really into. wal-mart's minimum is $50. target is $25. >> so target it is. >> how about some starbucks news? plenty of consumers are angry over the upcoming change to the coffee chain's rewards program. so starting in april, the loyalty program will award its stars based on the amount of money spent as opposed to your number of transactions. so you've got to accumulate 125 stars to get a free item which means spending $62.50. starbucks claims the changing will lead to higher spending by customers and you earn more stars. it's like the airlines program. >> it is. you spend more to get sort of less. >> uh-huh. i spend quite a deal on the overnights at starbucks. >> i don't think you'll have a problem at all. so year of the monkey, right? chinese lunar new year abrasions are all over. they came to an end in an illuminating way last night in
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>> look at this beautiful shot. thousands of lanterns were lit in a park the size of 308 football fields. one of the biggest lanterns was about 60 feet tall in the shape of a monkey. >> it is the year of the monkey in the chinese zodiac. the finale of the celebrations was somewhat muted by rain which kept many people at home. >> we've got to remind you, if it is your birthday, look up the year of the monkey and if you falls on your year, it's not a good thing. >> i'm glad i brought that story to america. it's very important. lady gaga. >> coming up, all the excitement before the oscars this sunday including the tight race for best actor. >> and who have the best bod on the red carpet? we're getting fit with the trainer to the stars. >> interesting. also the angry mom who is newspaper picture was used without her permission in a viral spoof?
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it wasn't exactly a welcome to hotel californi it wasn't exactly a welcome to hotel california. this embassy suites near l.a.x. was evacuated after a report someone was cooking meth inside a room. it turned out it was not the case. someone was allegedly trying to cooke marijuana. >> isenberg. >> whew. the first two police officers who's respond were overcome by fumes. otherwise known as contact high. the hotel reopened after about four hours. and man, were all the employees and guests hungry. >> boy, oh, boy. a new report reveals a dramatic
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for mastectomies. breast cancer rates remain the same. the rate of women getting mastectomies increased 36% over an eight-year period. government says the rate of women getting double mastectomies more than tripled. researchers also found more of those mastectomies are being done on an outpatient basis. >> this is interesting. an internet prank played on a mother from connecticut turned into a nightmare and is sounding an alarm with parents everywhere on how much they share publicly. >> so a photo announcing the birth of had her baby was stolen and plastered online with a fake and scandalous story. here's abc's linzie janis. >> reporter: a photo capturing the joy the day your first child is born, are a moment you will cherish forever. but that very same photo creating a living nightmare for a mother, karina bennett.
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>> reporter: the photo originally posted with an article on the milford mirror january 2015 about bennett's son being the first baby born in the new year in connecticut. the same photo resurfacing wednesday with a very different story. headline reading detroit woman gives birth to her 14th child from 14 different fathers. on world news dailyreport.com. the story going viral when bennett was tagged on facebook by a former coworker. >> i thought it was a joke. i laughed about it. >> reporter: the article tying bennett and her family's image to the fabricated story of a woman named anita sullivan. as the day wore on and the stories spread, it began to take an emotional toll on bennett. >> i starred getting more and more notifications on my facebook. when people are starting to make comments about your person, calling you ugly, fat, those were the comments that started to hurt me a lot. that's where i started to break down. i was seeing comments from 30,000 people. >> according to experts all photos posted on public sites are at risk.
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experts say mark your pages as private or water mark your photos. >> if it wasn't water marked and wasn't copyrighted, anyone can grab the photo and do whatever they want with it. unfortunately the law hasn't caught up with technology. >> linzie janis, abc news, new york. >> got to google how to watermark photos. good to know. got to be careful how much you share. coming up, getting red carpet ready. >> as we count down to the oscars, many of hollywood's biggest celebrities are pushing themselves at the last minute to
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>> we hit everything. we do cardio, sculpting, and kind of take everything up a level. >> reach for those arms make them straight. >> reporter: in the three to six weeks leading up to the red carpet, her celeb clients working out every day for an average of two hours. >> most of the time the women are in gowns and their arms are open. i make sure i hit those arms and the upper body. >> reporter: like this exercise targeting the arms and the upper back. >> alternate. >> reporter: jeanette says the row and fly is a celeb favorite and it works. >> does pink do this? >> she sure does. she does whatever i tell her. i'm just kidding. >> reporter: another secret, nutrition. lowering the sugar content. so it's like no more processed foods. no sugars. >> reporter: but her best advice beyond hitting the gym, confidence. >> my number one thing is absolutely never know self-hate.
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>> reporter: abby boudreau, abc news, los angeles. >> just love yourself. don't worry about that cheesecake. just get physical with yourself. >> how did i know this one was coming? this is a classic. >> but it's true. >> that i look good in leg warmers? >> yes. >> i love my 1980s look. >> that was not the 1980s, that was, like, two weeks ago. all right. coming up, perhaps the hottest race at this year's oscars. without the need for fillers. your concert tee might show your age...your skin never will. olay regenerist. olay. ageless. and try regenerist micro-sculpting eyeswirl.
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>> reporter: they are hollywood's leading men. competing for oscar gold. >> it's such an extraordinary ride. >> this year's nominees include bryan cranston, matt damon, michael fast bender and eddie redmayne fresh off his win last year. >> i am a lucky, lucky man. >> damon starring in the martian is also an oscar winner taking home 1998's best original screen play alongside best friend, ben affleck. >> 18 years later, yeah, this is great. yeah, i'm going to smell the roses. >> reporter: this is fasbender's second nomination playing the role of steve jobs. >> no, you don't want my name on it. >> reporter: and
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first oscar ever. >> i'm delirious about it. real happy about it. >> reporter: this year's favorite is decap dicaprio in the brutal drama the reb nant". >> it's very rewarding. >> leo seems to be nominated every single year and shockingly has never won. >> reporter: that's dicaprio nominated for what's eating gilbert grape, then blood diamond and the wolf of wall street but no win. >> that's going to end this year. this is his year. dicaprio has already won s.a.g. and the golden globe. find out if he takes home his first oscar sunday. hollywood. >> abc is the place to be on oscars evening. live coverage starts sunday at 7:00 eastern, 4:00 pacific. tune into "world news now" next monday morning for a null full wrap-up including exclusive fashion review by a certain person on your left shoulder. >> on your heft -- wow. >> you mean my right shoulder. >> look at that. jack?
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analysis? >> that's really something right there. >> that is something. that basically said nothing. >> what, i have no idea, but it's something. >> that's the news for this half
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>> that is a look. this morning on "world news now," donald trump's nevada momentum. >> he brings his enthusiasm to las vegas for today's caucuses while hillary clinton sets her sights on super tuesday. thintensifying campaigns for all remaining candidates. security showdown. growing dispute over the san bernardino gunman's locked iphone. demands on apple and the emotional development today. consumer alert. serious new cancer warnings bush administration flooring sold by
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the chemical that poses a major health risk. >> and later seeing double again and again. the identical twin sisters who have delivered two sets of twins themselves. oh, baby, what a family. it's tuesday, february 23rd. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." there's something in the water in utah. good morning, everybody. it is tuesday. i'm kendis gibson. >> thankfully, there's nothing in the water here. >> yes, exactly. >> i'm reena ninan. >> we'll get to that story later talking about the twins, of course. we'll get started with the front-runners on a roll. donald trump, hillary clinton, they're expected to sweep the next round of votes. >> and trump made a final pitch to thousands of supporters in las vegas last night before they had a caucus today. he bragged about his victories and lashed out at ted cruz for what he calls dirty tricks. >> and former president bill clinton hit the campaign trail for his wife in dallas telling voters hillary clinton can bring
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abc's bazi kanani with the latest. >> reporter: hillary clinton and donald trump are barreling toward next week's crucial super tuesday contest with solid wins. >> you better get out tomorrow. you got to vote tomorrow, vote, vote, vote. >> trump with a ring double digivictory in the south carolina victory. >> we're incredibly grateful to you because we're in this together. >> reporter: clinton won 76% of the african-american vote in the nevada caucuses and heads into the south carolina primary with nearly a 30-point lead. for donald trump its his second win and takes a big lead into tuesday's gop negative caucuses. that leaves rubio and cruz to scrap for second place. >> it's every single day, something comes out of the cruz campaign that's deceptive and untrue.
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communications director over a mistaken claim that rubio had disparaged the bible. >> bernie sanders now the clear underdog hoped to win over some of clinton's black supporters with some star power from hollywood's danny glover. >> don't you feel the burn? >> reporter: asked if he still has a chance for an upset, he was emphatic. >> the short three-letter answer is y-e-s. >> the latest polls show clinton and trump heading into their next contests in south carolina and nevada with double-digit leads. reena, kendis? >> thank you so much. john kasich is apologizing for coming under fire for comments about women supporters. he told a crowd that earlier in his career women left their kitchens to campaign for them. he later said he was sorry to anyone who was offended and
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intended to be offensive. fox news anchor, megyn kelly is hosting a republican campaign forum tomorrow but one candidate will be noticeably missing. donald trump will not take part in the event. but fox executives insist it has nothing to do with his feud with kelly. they say trump had scheduling issues but is expected to appear at the cable network's debate >> new developments in a showdown between apple and the fbi. a survey finds more than half of americans say apple should unlock that iphone but supporters will demonstrate at more than 40 apple stores today. and outside fbi headquarters. with more, here's abc's pierre thomas. >> reporter: the families of those fatally shot and wounded in san bernardino are preparing to enter the legal fight to force apple to help the fbi open a killer's phone. >> this is a very emotional issue for the victims in this case. the pain is still very palpable. it is critical that they get this information. that they get these answers. >> reporter: the families weighing in as rallies in support of apple are planned across the nation tomorrow, and
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between apple's ceo and the fbi director. "we can't look the survivors in the eye, or ourselves in the mirror, if we don't follow this lead," fbi director, james comey, wrote. he added, "we don't want to break anyone's encryption or set a master key loose on the land." apple's ceo tim cooke in an e-mail to employees rejected the fbi's reasoning. he called on the fbi to ithdraw its demands," seek legislation in congress, and set up a special commission to sort through these difficult issues. cook writing, "at stake is the data security of hundreds of millions of law abiding people, and setting a dangerous precedent that threatens everyone's civil liberties." >> there's no limit to what the government could require apple to do, if it succeeds this way. this is a pandora's box. >> reporter: but the fbi says it remains urgent to get inside that phone.
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seven weeks of data leading up to the attacks on that phone, potentially photos, e-mails and text communications with the other killer, his wife. pierre thomas, abc news, washington. >> now to michigan where police say they still have no idea why a man shot eight people in kalamazoo this weekend killing six of them. investigators say jason dalton admits he took people's lives but during his arraignment yesterday, the uber driver said he would prefer t0 remain silent. hundreds of people attended another prayer vigil overnight. many thought kalamazoo was insulated from mass shootings. >> we know at any moment, anything can happen. anything can happen in any community. every community deals with the challenges of violence and the challenges of ignorance and the challenges of pain. >> the family of 45-year-old married father of two has issued a statement saying this type of violence has no place in our society. none of the victims had any
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>> camille cosby spent about two hours testifying under oath about that the sex assault allegations facing her husband. the deposition took place at a hotel in springfield, massachusetts. it's believed it's the first time she's answered questions about the allegations. she has agreed to come back for another session next month. >> the head coaches of 15 sports teams at the university of tennessee are holding a joint news conference this morning. it is believed they would address allegations in a new federal lawsuit which say the school has created a hostile environment for women. a 20-year-old sexual assault accusation against peyton manning who played kwbg at tennessee was reportedly cited in the lawsuit against the school. espn reports the accuser called a sexual assault crisis center and the incident was cataloged as a sexual assault or abuse. manning was never a subject of a criminal investigation in the case and denied assaulting the
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that allegation. >> it's a case you have perfect timing in the rescue of a northern california girl. 10-year-old samantha white suddenly fell into this ten-foot hole you see right there while snowshoeing with her family in the sierra. a marin county search and rescue team happened to be hiking down the same trail after spending the day training. the team used ropes to hoist the terrified girl out before hypo hypothermia could set in. her parents incredibly grateful. we turn to the weather front. there's a strong system sweeping across the south. >> bringing dangerous conditions from texas to the gulf coast and could threaten millions in the east. here's is paul williams at accuweather. hey there, paul. >> good morning to you, reena, kendis. an ugly storm is going to pose serious problems throughout the deep south for louisiana, mississippi, alabama, into georgia just shy of atlanta. we're talking about damaging winds between 65 to 70 or more miles per hour. damaging hail.
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opportunities for tornadoes. that same system by wednesday will shift towards the east coast from d.c. down to tampa. >> thank you so much. good news for chocolate lovers. eating chocolate regularly can improve brain function. this is according to a new study. researchers found that those that eight chocolate got to do it at least once a week. they did better at mental skills than those who often eat it less that were they're thinking the flavonoids might be partially responsible for the boost. you know what i starred doing? i take cocoa powder and i sort of sprinkle it will on top when i want to pretend -- >> so you're saying that's why you're a genius. >> i will take it. >> you see the good and the bad. there is no dad. >> there is no bad. wait till we get to commercial break. >> now that we're feeling smart about eating chocolate, let's dumb things down a little bit
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>> dumb it down! >> some donuts and beer. we had jack at doh. a couple of businesses in kentucky have team add up to create a new brew that he combines the two. >> attention fans after the simpsons, the beer is called doh. it's a creation of the against the grain brewery. did you like that simpson's there? did that work? >> that was good. >> he was coaching me through our meeting. >> they had actual doughnuts and glaze during the brewing process. and the result is said to be sweet like root beer. with 6.7% alcohol for the volume, and that's not bad. it not that bad. i think you would then say, thank you, come again. is that the guy from -- >> that's the india guy from the grocery store. >> that was a little stereotyping. > stereotyping? >> the indian young lady. >> all right.
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>> i'll be doing the black history month story next week. that's true. >> don't you remember me doing it at the next block? so you know. >> coming up in the next, the most popular canine breed the country, is it your favorite kind of dog? >> also ahead, identical within sisters and two sets of twins they're raising so many bundles of joy and what are the odds? >> consumer alert. the new warnings about a cancer causing chemical found in a popular type of flooring. who is sounding the latest alarm? >> check out our behind the scene picks as always on instagram. everyone loves the way dark clothes make them feel. and no one wants that feeling to fade. that's why there's woolite darks.
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a wild scene caught by this truck's dashcam. the truck had been hit by a car running a stop sign sending it off the road slamming right here into a house near raleigh, north carolina. no one was in the home at the time. the truck driver has injuries but should be okay. the house, not so lucky there. but it will be condemned. >> there's a reason we call that segment impact video. wow. a u.n. agency agreed to ban lithium ion battery shipments on passenger planes. those can catch fire. the decision is not binding but most countries follow the panel's standards and the u.s. department of transportation supports the move. since 2006, three cargo jets have been destroyed and four
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batteries. and here on land, the government is sounding an alarm over a health hazard posed by something found in thousands of american homes. >> the cdc is warning the chemicals used in many laminate floors can cause cancer. rebecca jarvis with the latest. >> reporter: the cdc says the cancer risk associated with some lumber liquidators flooring are now three times greater than their original estimates. health officials now predicting those made in china laminate floors, in as many as 100,000 homes, could cause 6 to 30 cases of cancer per 100,000 people. >> i'm living in a space that has the potential to make me very sick. >> reporter: terry thompson installed the floors in her north carolina home less than three years ago. >> i'm very concerned about the long-term cumulative effect. >> reporter: she says tests in her home found she's getting three and a half times the
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to formaldehyde. she's now part of a class action lawsuit. but those floors still in her home. lumber liquidators telling abc news they believe the cdc has overstated potential health risks. the company halted sales of the questionable flooring whether he the problems came to light last march and says it has already "significantly strengthened our quality assurance procedures and has offered customers free air and as for those free air quality tests, 10% have come back showing higher amounts of formaldehyde greater than what's recommended by the world health organization. >> nothing wrong with natural hardwood floors, huh? >> yeah. >> the formaldehyde is in the sealant on the floors, that's part of the danger. it can cause asthma, ear nose throat issues. a whole host of problems. >> a lot of concern for a lot of people. coming up, why the v.a. health care system is coming
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the video that millions have seen of one veteran's struggle just to make an appointment only to find himself stuck inside phone menu hell. >> talk about beating the odds. one family, two generations and five sets of twins. the quadrupling of one utah family. that's a lot of math. >> what's in the water there? >> you're watching "world news
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now." baby baby oh, baby, baby, baby no one family in utah is considering itself twice blessed. identical twin sisters have each given birth to sets of twins. >> unbelievably, this is the second time it's happened. for a second day in a row we go to utah. ali monson from our salt lake
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>> reporter: identical twin sisters kelli wall and kerry bunker have a lot in common. >> we think a lot the same. we sound, our voices are quite a bit the same. >> reporter: the story starts five years ago when kelly gave birth to her first set of fraternal set of twins. >> watching her go through labor reminded me of how miserable it can be. i'm like, i have to go through this, too. >> reporter: less than a year later, she welcomed her first twins into the world. next came a single birth, a girl named singleton. easy to remember. fast forward a few years. >> and pure shock. kelly learned she's pregnant with fraternal twins again. >> that afternoon i got this harebrained idea that what if i was pregnant. >> reporter: spiritual prompting motherly instinct, call it what you, either way her premonition matched up with the pregnancy test. twins for her, too.
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>> reporter: you can imagine the surprise. and once again, the sisters stuck side by side the whole way through. >> we happened to be sick about the same time. obviously she was a few weeks behind me, but we would commiserate. >> reporter: it was at 31 weeks that kelly gave birth to kyler and kennedy weighing just more than 4 pounds each. one month later, kerry goes into labor at 34 weeks and shows up at the hospital. >> i'm, like, well, we're already here so i'll just walk down the hall. >> reporter: preemies cash and jake bunker make five sets of twins in two generations. they plan on keeping the cousins together. >> she's building a house next to me so we'll be neighbors. >> reporter: both anticipate a future full of quadruple the trouble and quadruple the love. >> after spending six weeks here
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the bunker twins are doing well. if all goes as planned, they should be heading home within the next couple of weeks. reporting from regional hospital, ali monsen, good4utah. >> i love that. and they're smart because they knew to live next to each other so they can put them all together. >> you can having built-in baby-sitter. >> apparently they are destined to live similar lives. they're both teachers and both married best friends. >> oh. and man, they're up right now. >> eight of them. what are the chances? >> all of those babies.
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he might be the second or third coming. >> is this for real? >> so he goes up for a rebound. and then in the glimpse when the photographer captures him, he has his hands down. at one point he had his hands up trying to get the rebound. it seems as if he's levitating right there. >> what a great shot. it looks like he can really jump. >> yes, yes. so there you have it. >> you can do it, too. you do this sometimes during commercial break. you've got master powers, too. >> man, look at that tie is extra long. >> what kind of coffee are you drinking? that is what? i love that. so the american kennel club released their top dogs of the year. take a look at this list. apparently america's favorite dog, look at how can you not love a labrador retriever. ranked the most popular purebred for 25 years. they're known for being easy going, multitalented. friendly. and can you believe that labs have actually held the top spot
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since had he started counting. and they started counting in the 1880s. that is just so cute. >> understandably so. i'd say the golden retriever. >> you're right. number one is the labrador, number two, german shepherd, and third, golden retriever, and then bulldog and eagle. beagle. >> we'll go from dogs cats because really cool video here out of scandinavia in norway. this is jasper, the cat. the cat likes to go cross-country skiing with his owner there. similar to we had like aspen the ski resort dog that did something similar. jesper enjoys this. this is their normal walk every day. >> very cute. oh. here's something that will make you sweat in dubai. it's the tallest residential building.
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kingston said, hey, i'm going to climb it to the top. it is 101 stories at all. so james kingston decides to walk out on a crane. >> is he wearing a harness? >> i don't know but he keeps describing it as being very greasy. >> come on, dude. >> we're talking 1,400 feet high. >> does this have a good ending? >> he makes it to the top, but i should warn folks, this is illegal. >> did he make it to the bottom? >> safely. >> safely.
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whew. this morning on "world news now," political fight as donald trump soars into nevada, there's a new battle between ted cruz and marco rubio. the impact it could have on today's caucuses. >> michigan murders. the gunman accused ole in kalamazoo faces a judge.
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community is confronting grief. and new this half hour. dozens of college students under arrest. >> the house party so rowdy and destructive, the property was condemned. what police and neighbors are saying. and later, the bachelor's adventure into four contestants' hometowns. the surprises along the way and which young woman ended up heart broken. our exclusive analysis in "the skinny" on this tuesday, february 23rd. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> i do have to admit something on this tuesday morning, everybody. i did tear up a little bit in my office while watching the end of "the bachelor." >> it was that sad? >> what was the part that got you so upset? >> it was when the woman went off into the limousine. somebody went away as --
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>> it was touching all right. >> jack is going to join us with the highlights. >> we'll have in-depth analysis. i just hope i can make it through. >> how about some in-depth analysis about the battle for the white house? super tuesday just a week away. >> it will be a tear jerker for somebody at the end. donald trump addressed a huge crowd in las vegas last night, urging them to get out and vote today as the ted cruz camp struggles to bounce back from a tumultuous day. trump is entering the contest with a huge lead, expected to score his third victory in a row. abc's tom llamas is there on the campaign trail. >> donald trump feeling so confident about the primaries, he's talking about his white house. >> you're going to say please, please, mr. president, we can't stand it anymore, we don't want to keep winning. we can't stand it. and i'm going to say i don't care, we're going to keep
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america great again. >> reporter: the billionaire not just winning south carolina but winning big. >> we won with highly educated, pretty well educated and poorly educated. but we won with everything. tall people, short people, fat people, skinny people, just won. >> reporter: the republican party facing facts that if trump wins nevada and romps on super tuesday, he may be unstoppable. several party leaders now rallying around senator marco rubio as the best chance to take him out. >> after tonight, this has become a three-person race and we will win. >> reporter: but rubio now splitting the anti-trump vote with ted cruz, and the tension between the two senators boiling over. >> it's every single day, something comes out of the cruz campaign that's deceptive and untrue. >> reporter: rubio furious after cruz's communications director, rick tyler, spread a false report that in this video, rubio disparages the bible telling a young cruz staffer, there are not many answers in it. rubio says that's an absolute lie. >> i know exactly what i said to that young man. i said, the answer to every question you'll ever have is in that book. >> reporter: tyler apologized, but for rubio, it's not enough. >> who's going to be fired when ted cruz is president? because this campaign now has
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have to apologize for and no one's ever held accountable. >> i asked for rick tyler's resignation. i had made clear in this campaign that we will conduct this campaign with the very highest standards of integrity. >> rubio lashing out at cruz and at trump. >> i don't care how much you may think they're funny or how interesting they may sound. if we nominate someone that 40%, 50% of our party can't stand, we are going to lose. >> several prominent republicans endorsing senator marco rubio, including bob dole, the establishment clearly rallying around rubio and not ready to give up just yet this as senator ted cruz for the first time acknowledged that the attacks on his character could weaken his chances against donald trump. tom llamas, abc news, las vegas. >> super tuesday in one week. now to the democrats and hillary clinton looking for a big win.
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52-51 in the race for delegates. clinton hosted three fund-raisers in california and former president bill clinton was on the stump in dallas, texas. he tried to make the case for his wife and took a swipe at donald trump's immigration policy in the meantime. in the meantime, bernie sanders is on the other side of the country rallying supporters in massachusetts, a super tuesday state. more than 7,000 people waited in line to see him at the university of massachusetts in amherst as the democrats battle for the black vote. abc has learn add sanders picked up another celebrity endorsement. he'll start running radio ads featuring director spike lee. the u.s. and russia agreed to a cease-fire in syria set to begin saturday following two isis bombings this weekend that more than a quarter people million have died in the civil war. the cease-fire covers does not cover terror groups. the white house is already down playing expectations.
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showdown. there will be rallies today in support of the tech company in stores and at fbi headquarters in washington. a pew survey finds 51% of americans say that apple should help the fbi and break the encryption on an iphone belonging to one of the san bernardino shooters. only 38% agree with apple. this morning the city of kalamazoo, michigan, is confronting grief after the shooting rampage over the weekend. a second candlelight vigil last night for the six you people who died. it began indoors at a church but soon expanded into a nearby park. we get more now from alex perez in kalamazoo. >> reporter: that 45-year-old uber driver charged with six counts of murder. >> you understand the charges being made against you and the maximum sentences i just stated? >> yes, sir.
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via video from jail, stone-faced. >> i would prefer just to remain silent. >> reporter: but investigators in court say dalton admitted he took people's lives. >> no one understands why it happened. >> reporter: dalton allegedly going on a shooting spree in between his shuttling uber passengers around town. saturday afternoon, matt mellen says dalton picks him up at home. after dalton takes a phone call, things get frightening. mellen calls 911. his fiance posts a warning on facebook. >> shots fired. >> an hour later, a woman is shot several times in the parking lot of this residential complex. she survives. then just past 10:00 in this car dealership parking lot, a father and his 17-year-old son killed. 16 minutes later, the gunman opens fire outside this cracker barrel restaurant, killing four women returning from a play. as word gets out a killer is on the loose, three more passengers
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they note tuesday note noticed the driver is in a chevy like the gunman. >> my buddy said you're not the guy, are you? >> he kind of just said no. >> reporter: just after midnight, police take him into custody. uber in a statement saying we are horrified and heart broken. two remain hospitalized including a 14-year-old girl clinging to life. police say she was pronounced brain dead at the hospital but then squeezed her mother's hand and responded to a doctor's question by giving two thumbs up. and the suspect's family issuing a statement saying they are in shock and offering condolences and prayers to the victims. alex perez, abc news, kalamazoo, michigan. two people have been seriously injured in a tour bus crash east of kansas city. investigators say that the bus had pulled to the side of the interstate 70 when it was sideswiped by a tractor-trailer. the driver of that truck claimed he was choking on a piece of gum when he swerved out of his lane and into the bus. >> that's a strange one. this is really a wild one. 41 young people have been
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weekend party. the rented house was just blocks from bridgewater state university, massachusetts. the damage was severe. about $270,000 worth. neighbors upset. >> they're only here in college, but they don't have any respect for the neighborhood, for the people in the neighborhood. >> you're in college. you know, you're young, like get it, you don't want to do stupid stuff like this when you're young. you don't want to ruin the rest of your life. >> good advice. the house was later condemned due to a number of violations including overcrowded, lack of smoke detectors, structural issues and fire hazards. >> someone's mama was very upset about that. >> quite a bender over the weekend for those guys. no one can blame astronaut, scott kelly, for going a little
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international space station. he's not coming home for another week. >> we say bananas because his family recently sent him as part of a care package -- >> i love it. >> a costume. you could say he's gone ape with it. that's kelly floating around in the gorilla suit chasing a colleague. >> the benny hill music is perfect because the video was first shared by kelly's twin brother, by the way, mark. very cute. he's back march 1st. >> benny hill. coming up in "the skinny," the batcher's love adventure as only three young women remain. our senior analyst is here with insight. >> rihanna has just done something special that michael jackson never did. her musical milestone. >> the veteran exposing how difficult it is to get a doctor's appointment at the v.a. the point he's making with the viral video after today's forecast map showing storm warnings in the deep south. and it's banana bread day. >> didn't know that. >> yep.ad day. >> didn't know that.
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there are 11 million there are 11 million automobile accidents a year in the u.s. and two-thirds of them were caused by distractions. researchers put video cameras in 3500 cars to see what the drivers were doing right before accidents. apparently using a mobile device increased the risk of a crash by more than 3 1/2 times. but emotional distress was even worse increasing the risk tenfold. >> public health directors from around the country are asking the fda for a stronger warning about the combination of painkillers and tranquilizers. the officials want a so-called black box warning on the drugs which can cause fatal overdoses
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44,000 americans died in 2014 of an overdose. the embattled veterans health care system is facing a fresh public relations headache. >> as if waiting months for an appointment wasn't bad enough, at least one veteran found it impossible to get anyone on the phone. here's abc's david wright. >> please hold while you are being transferred. >> reporter: if you've ever had this experience, press one. >> please enter your social security number. here? dennis magnasco, an army veteran who served in afghanistan, get an appointment at the v.a. >> hello. welcome to the -- >> i spent two days in the office, my colleagues watched me try and call and schedule an >> reporter: a lot of vets have had similar problems, so the video went viral. his boss, congressman seth moulton, is also a veteran. >> i believe veterans deserve world, hands down. that's what we should get after
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for the country. >> reporter: moulton wrote a bill to reform the v.a., the faster care for vets act. the v.a. insists, "the technical issue that was described in the video was corrected." but the v.a. has had problems before, including a suicide hot line that sent callers to voice mail and then didn't return some of the calls. >> so, let's get the word out. >> reporter: and you certainly did. david wright, abc news, boston. >> vets waiting for treatment is 50% higher than last year. it's unbelievable. >> it's amazing it's still increasing. >> oh. >> when we come back, a thinning of the ranks, you might say, of the eligible ladies on "the bachelor." >> and what rihanna has
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jackson couldn't. skinny, so skinny skinny, so skinny welcome back. skinny, so skinny welcome back. skinny time. we'll start with a further thinning of the ranks on abc's "the bachelor." >> can we have the tissue to get going? it happened after ben's visits to the hometowns of his favorite four ladies. here to talk about it, our senior bachelor analyst, jack sheehan. >> i brought the rose as sort of a peace offering. > yes. >> hometowns "the bachelor." may as well get started on the beach. laguna beach, california.
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footage. there is amanda and her daughters. that's kinsley and charlie. >> cute. >> amanda, well, she said "like" a lot during the whole thing, as she's been known to say. >> she did. >> eventually it really went well with the kids. ben got along really well at that point. ultimately they got to amanda's parents' house. her, amanda's father winds up at thing ben, you know what? if she's happy, dude, i'm happy. at this point, you're thinking good things for amanda. it's looking pretty good. >> all good. >> oh, that's cute. >> moving right along. up the coast, portland, oregon, with our girl lauren b. they're eating at food trucks. ben's got something for feeding each other. ultimately they get to the lauren b.'s family house. they're calling her lolo, but for our purposes she's going to stay lauren b. all right? lauren b. was telling her family
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to tell this guy, i love you, i want to tell this guy, i love you, and working herself up for it never happened. >> oh. >> all in all, it was a nice visit. >> oh. >> off to hudson, ohio. america. caila's hometown. kayla is saying i can see a future with ben. she's telling her dad, i know this is it. she's telling her mom, i'm in love with him. >> oh, wow. >> you get the idea. it's really going. >> yeah. >> she's going to go where lauren b. did not. until she didn't. >> what? >> she didn't say i love to you ben either. then it's off to dallas. things got a little uncomfortable in dallas because
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from ben that jojo got. they came from her ex, chad. so she calls chad. ben's like i'm a little uncomfortable. they talk it out. well, if ben was uncomfortable sitting on the couch with jojo, finally got to her parents' house because the brothers were there. and they gave ben a little bit of a rough ride. they're saying stuff like, ben's thing as you are. >> wow. >> yeah. ben is -- he says, you know what, i'm more than a little confused at this whole thing. there was one weird scene where the mother was chugging champagne to try to deal with these people. ben winded up leaving dallas unsettled. anyway, rose ceremony. lauren b. gets the rose. caila gets the rose. >> this was a touching part. >> jojo gets the rose. you know what that means? it was all looking good for amanda until it wasn't. grab the tissues. amanda's on the way out the door so three left, our girl lauren b., kayla and jojo. they're off to jamaica where ben
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that he loves them. >> awesome. jack, we got to move you out. >> all right. >> let's get to rihanna really quickly. next up, rihanna setting the music charts on fire. >> the singer/songwriter who turned 28 skyrocketed past michael jackson for the third most number one hits of all times with her 14th "work" featuring former flame, drake. >> play us out. in a world that's trying to turn you into someone new... ...one hair color wants to help you keep on being you. nice'n easy. we only make the most real natural looking color. so even in revealing sunlight, it doesn't look like hair color at all. it looks like, it's a hundred percent you.
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adam levine. the second hint, it's adam levine. that's a giant mermaid with wings cradling a skull and wearing a frown. >> he got the tattoo in november but it's the first time he's sharing it with his more than 5 million followers on instagram and now we're sharing it with our 500 gazillion -- i said gazillion with a "g" viewers on "world news now." >> you're welcome, adam. and next up, the big return to the las vegas stage that all of us can watch from anywhere. >> the five-time grammy award winning celine dion will return to her residency at caesar's palace. tonight it will be her first show since the death of her husband, rene, last month. >> she will kick off the show with a special tribute to rene. that will be live streamed to fans all over the world. logon to celinedion.com and watch the show starting at 8:30 p.m. eastern standard time. finally, the moment the
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>> kim kardashian has finally posted a photo of her 3-month-old son, saint. look at this. how cute is he? is he saying yeezy in this one? last month we got just a tease. the photo we saw was of a tiny hand gripping the finger of his older sister, north. for the first time yesterday, this is what she posted, marking the birthday of her late father. >> apparently yesterday would have been robert kardashian's 72nd birthday. it was 12 years ago the former o.j. simpson attorney died of esophageal cancer at the age of 59. >> and sharing her son's photo, kim posted, happy birth day, dad. i love you and miss you so much. it's always hard when you've lost a parent and you have a child. you think of them. what a sweet gesture to her. >> it is a beautiful gesture. you know, their daughter's pretty beautiful, as well. i was looking at some of her photos. >> and quite the fashionista. >> yes.
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abc. good morning. good morning. i'm reena ninan. good morning. i'm reena ninan. >> and i'm kendis gibson. here are some of the top headlines we're following this morning on "world news now." those crowds outside apple stores today won't be there for new products but to show support for the company. apple is refusing to break the encryption on an iphone used by one of the san bernardino shooters. citing privacy issues. full details ahead. >> the u.s. and russia agreed to a cease-fire in syria start saturday.
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deal. the truce does not cover terror groups like isis. >> two people seriously injured in a tour bus crash east of kansas city. investigators say the bus had pulled to the side of i-70 with a flat fire when it was sideswiped by a tractor trailer. >> a study finds two-thirds of traffic accidents are caused by distractions. use of mobile devices is a major factor but emotional distress is nearly three times as likely to distract you. those are some of our top stories on this tuesday, it is february, 23rd. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." good morning, everyone. we'll get started this half hour with the apple fbi standoff as the deadline for apple to comply with the court order looms, rallies in support of the company are planned for apple stores in more than 40 cities worldwide today. >> apple says complying with the court order would erode privacy rights but the head of the fbi
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more from abc's bazi kanani. >> a new plea in the iphone battle pitting security against privacy. james comey defends his agency's demands that apple help them open the iphone belonging to the shooter sayd farook in san bernardino who along with his wife killed 14 people. we can't look the survivors in the eye or ourselves in the mirror if we don't follow this lead. and an attorney representing some of the victims' families says they will file a legal brief in support of the fbi. >> this is a very emotional issue for the victims in this case. the pain is still very palpable. it is critical that they get this information that they get these answers. >> reporter: apple is also taking to the airwaves to defend its stance. >> there's no limit to what the government could require apple to do if it succeeds this way. >> reporter: attorney ted olsen, a former senior justice department official whose wife
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in the 9/11 attacks is helping apple fight a court order to unlock farook's phone. >> we can't surrender our civil liberties and give the terrorists victory. >> reporter: in a new e-mail to apple employees, ceo tim cooke is calling for congress to investigate the matter writing "at stake is the data security of hundreds of millions of law dangerous precedent that threatens everyone's civil bazi kanani, abc news, washington. >> a new poll says 51% of americans actually support the fbi and believe that you should be able to hack into a terrorist's cell phone. 38% say apple should not be ordered to unlock the phone. what's interesting, they surveyed both republicans and democrats and they both agree on this. >> this is one you have those things that has brought together the country. >> exactly. >> and the country has agreed on and politicians on capitol hill have agreed on this.
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this. we're going to move on now to some family who lost loved ones in the sandy hook school massacre and are now waiting for a judge's decision. their lawsuit against gunmakers was argued yesterday. gunmakers say they're protected from liability by federal law. parents of the victims see it differently. >> he didn't choose another weapon. he didn't choose another style of gun. he choose the ar-15 and the manufactures need to be held responsible for that. >> lawyers argue that the assault rifle used in the massacre was made for military use and should not have been marketed to civilians. the family of a man accused of going on a shooting rampage this weekend in kalamazoo michigan says it is devastated and saddened. last night the community held its second candlelight vigil. the mayor admitting their world has become smaller because of the shootings. but the suspect isn't saying why
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elizabeth hur. >> reporter: jason dalton, a 45-year-old man with no previous criminal record is now charged with six murders. >> are you jason brian dalton? >> yes. >> reporter: the uber driver turned accused killer appeared before a judge via video. >> is there anything you wish to tell the court at this time? >> i would prefer just 0 remain silent. >> there was a search warrant executed at this his house. there was additional evidence recovered there. >> reporter: for the victim's president obama. >> you've got family who are >> reporter: uber con firing dalton passed a background check. know. >> shots fired. right now. >> reporter: he stands an use accused of shooting eight people on saturday killing six and injuring two. dalton reportedly picking up passengers in between the shootings.
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statement saying they are deeply sorry and that they are praying for everyone affected. his next court date has been set for march 3rd. >> elizabeth, thank you. the coaches of 15 tennessee sports teams are holding a joint news conference this morning. it's believed they'll be addressing allegations which say the school has created a hostile environment for women. a 20-year-old sexual assault accusation against peyton manning, who played quarterback, of course, at tennessee, was reportedly cited in that lawsuit. manning's accusers called a sexual crisis center and the incident was cataloged as sexual assault or abuse. planning was never the subject of a criminal investigation and denied assaulting the former school trainer who made the allegation. a first for the wife of bill cosby. she's been deposed under oath about the sexual assault allegations facing her husband. it was a tense few hours. for her it's just the beginning. phillip lipoff of our boston
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>> reporter: security was tight. worried about privacy this black curtain blocked the hallway in the hotel where the deposition was taking place. >> we have started the process of taking the deposition. the bad news is we're not done. >> reporter: it took seven hours just to get 2 1/2 hours of testimony from his wife. >> i got the sense she want to be there. >> she's being deposed in the lawsuit. >> hosteling the truth? is it the seven ladies that we represent or is it mr. cosby? mr. cosby, you know, filed a counterclaim. he says, i'm the truth teller. >> married to cosby more than 350 years, camille invoked spousal privilege several times. that's why it took so long. the judge had to be called twice to sort it all out. >> at the end the day, an injury also determine who has more credibility, is it the seven women we represent or bill cosby?
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from testifying but late sunday, the federal court in springfield rejected their last emergency appeal. she will be deposed again march 14th. phil lipoff, abc news, boston. now to southern california where firefighters battled an intense plays south of los angeles the warehouse was engulfed in flames but no injuries were reported. eyewitnesss heard several small explosions inside the building and it's in an industrial area where there are large several warehouses. the cause was fire is unknown. and check this out. an electrical fire on a huge crane in melbourne, australia this morning causing it to collapse. the flames spread from the base more than 12 stories up. construction workers cleared out as soon as the fire broke out. there were thankfully no injuries. let's move onto the race for the white house. donald trump drawing tremendous crowds as republicans in nevada have their say today. trump revved up supporters in las vegas last night and when he
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he said, i'd like to punch the man in the face. he also lashed out at ted cruz calling him sick. hours earlier, cruz fired his chief spokesman after he posted a misleading video about rubio. hillary clinton, in the meantime, is heading back to south carolina today after getting a financial boost in california. clinton an ended three clinton end of -- clinton attended three fundraisers where donors paid thousands of dollars to hear her speak and her husband was also on the job. >> amazon, why do you do this to us? the cost of free shipping is going up. the minimum to purchase to qualify is now $49. that's a $14 increase. almost double what it was three years ago. this is seen as a move to promote amazon prime's $99 a year service.
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>> look at this beautiful shot. thousands of lanterns lit in a park the size of 308 football fields. one of the biggest lanterns was about 60 feet tall in the shape of a monkey. >> it is the year of the monkey in the chinese zodiac. the finale of the celebrations was somewhat muted by rain which kept many people at home. they have been celebrating for a while now. >> we've got to remind you, if it is your birthday, look up the year of the monkey. if it false on your year, it's not a good thing. you have to wear red underwear. i'm glad i brought that story to america. it's very important. lady gaga. >> coming up, all the excitement before the oscars this sunday including the tight race for best actor. >> and who have the best bod on the red carpet? we're getting fit with the trainer to the stars. >> interesting. also the angry mom who is newspaper picture was used without her permission in a viral spoof?
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it wasn't exactly a welcome to hotel california. this embassy suites near l.a.x. was evacuated after a report someone was cooking meth inside a room. it turned out it was not the case. someone was allegedly trying to cooke marijuana. >> isenberg. >> whew. the first two police officers who's respond were overcome by fumes. otherwise known as contact high. the hotel reopened after about four hours. and man, were all the employees and guests hungry. >> boy, oh, boy. a new report reveals a dramatic
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for mastectomies. although breast cancer rates are the same, the rate of women getting mastectomies increased 36% over an eight-year period. government says the rate of women getting double mastectomies more than tripled. researchers also found more of those mastectomies are being done on an outpatient basis. >> this is interesting. an internet prank played on a mother from vermont turned into a nightmare and is sounding an alarm with parents everywhere on how much they share publicly. >> so a photo announcing the birth of had her baby was stolen and plastered online with a fake and scandalous story. here's abc's linzie janis. >> reporter: a photo capturing the joy the day your first child is born, are a moment you will cherish forever. but that very same photo creating a living nightmare for a mother, karina bennett. >> it really happened to me. >> reporter: the photo originally posted with an article on the milford mirror january 2015 about bennett's son

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