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if are the season. >> the one that i i ultimately recommend is the bride of frankenstein. >> bride of frankenstein is just a fantastic film. a wonderful, wonderful movie, kind of the culmination of the franken stein saga. >> you make man like me? >> i'm a great fan of the film wolfman and the unfortunately fellow who turns into a werewolf when the moon is bright. and then abbot and costello frankenstein frankenstein. they have the comedy and the horror and it blends perfectly.
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about movie, specifically classic films. learn lot more in leonard malten's classic movie guide thanks again. >> i'm sonia isabel. thanks for watching. we'll see you next time. plus one of the highest tides on record sent water into basements and across roadways. many cars, as you can see there, stalled. some because drivers ignored warning signs. this by the way, is the second wave of flooding for south carolina's low country this month alone. and the southeast of course isn't the only area that will see rain today. >> downpours and gusty winds hit the northeast, starting right around the morning rush hour. justin povick of accuweather has the latest. good morning to you, justin. >> reena and kend-its, thanks, and good morning to you.
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it now appears that the northeast is going to be dealing with not only some gusty winds but also some very heavy rain all throughout the day. first off, let's talk about the winds. low pressure off the great lakes, high pressure into northern new england. it's the combination of the two that will cause some fierce winds and also some very high surf conditions, and then soaking downpours, which could cause some major travel delays as well. kendis and reena, back to you. >> it's going to be a wet day ahead for many people. we move on now. police in philadelphia releasing video of a disturbing crime in hopes of catching the suspects. realizing he'd been robbed, the victim chases two suspects off of a subway train. there's a struggle, as you can see there. the victim is then struck three times with a taser and shoved onto the tracks. no train was coming. and the man was not electrocuted by the third rail. >> oh, my god. >> he is understandably shaken up. and to southern california. a high school football player is struggling to recover after
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josh nava suffered a blow to the head friday night. coaches say he was wearing one of the high-tech helmets that is supposed to alert them about severe impacts but for some reason the sensors in his helmet were not working. american women's soccer legend abby wambach is retiring exactly the way she said she wanted to, as a champion. wambach was at the white house yesterday, celebrating the summer's world cup victory with obama. soon after the 35-year-old wambach announced her retirement from soccer. oh, say it ain't so. i was hoping she'd stick around for a little bit longer. but she leaves as international soccer's career leading scorer, both among men and women. wambach has scored 184 goals. her final match will be on december 16th in new orleans against china. i should say her instagram account was fascinating today. she was holding an adorable baby, and she said "next career," question mark. she's talked about having a child next. >> she's going to be a nanny. >> kendis.
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>> she's going to be a mama. and she'll be a fantastic mother. >> i'm so bad at these clues. going to be a mama. congrats. oh, boy. well, starbucks is brewing something special just in time for halloween. frappula. it's a white hot chocolate with mocha frap. it's dressed up to honor count dracula. it goes on sale today and it's available through halloween. starbucks says it's fang-tastic. >> fang-tastic. so today really is the day the lord has made. it is national chocolate day. and we love chocolate. eating it, talking about it. eating more of it. >> and you love to wear it apparently, right? that's also what these models were doing yesterday in paris at the annual chocolate fashion show. the outfits were created by up-and-coming designers who teamed up with some of france's best chocolate makers. >> yeah. they asked the question who are you wearing? they'd say godiva. definitely some quirky-looking
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but hey, if you can eat them afterward, why not? right? >> you can really eat them? >> there could be so many jokes. >> oh. never mind. we're going to move on before you get in trouble. >> cover up later. a look at the weird things we've been wearing. >> but first, the former pro cheerleader fighting for her fair share. why she's now taking on her old team. and could it help to settle the score in the gender pay gap? and the tv stunt considered spooky, stupid, or both. getting buried alive. so how much money would it take for you to go six feet under while you still have a pulse? but first, check out the forecast map. want to point out boulder. 63 degrees today outdoors. but inside the debate hall, 110. what do you think? >> 110? >> yeah. >> announcer: "world news now" weather. brought to you by colonial penn life insurance. >> i'm alex trebek. if you're age 50 to 85,
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the new nba season got off to a start last night with the defending champions the golden state warriors unveiling their championship banner and receiving their rings. lots of bling there. when it came to the game, steph curry showed he's ready to go. curry scored 40 points as warriors opened their title defense, beating the new orleans pelicans 111-95. and president obama was also in attendance at courtside last night in chicago as his beloved bulls opened their season against lebron james and the cleveland cavaliers. late in the game james drove and was blocked by chicago's pau gasol. the bulls hold on for the win. they take this one 97-95. >> good game. >> what's that? >> rose. chicago player. there's no doubt that for the owners of professional sports teams it's a game almost
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exclusively for millionaires and billionaires. >> but a former nba cheerleader is taking her rich bosses to court. suing the milwaukee bucks, alleging that the team essentially paid her less than minimum wage. abc's mara schiavocampo with her story p. >> reporter: professional basketball is big business, with team salary caps at $70 million. players and coaches often scoring multimillion-dollar salary salary. but one nba entertainer is calling a foul on low pay. former milwaukee bucks cheerleader lauren harrington filing a lawsuit against the team for allegedly being paid less than minimum wage. >> they hold you to such a high standard, but yet that's what they pay you. it is kind of disheartening. and they expect to you put in so much time and so much effort for it. >> reporter: in the suit, the first of its kind in the nba, he,he herington says it was more like a full-time job with part-time
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pay. and she spent hours practicing, prepping, and performing but was paid only $65 per home game, $30 for practices, and $50 for special appearances. which she claims was an average of $3 to $5 an hour for the time she worked. well below wisconsin's $7.25 minimum wage. also claiming she was paid nothing for the required maintenance. >> they didn't pay for the haircuts, the nalds, theils, the tanning. we're dealing with women who are 19, 20, 21 years old, really don't have the resources to pay for those things. >> reporter: the nfl faced similar claims last year, when a former cheerleader sued the oakland raiders. suits against the buffalo bills, the jets, the tampa bay buccaneers, and the cincinnati bengals followed. the bills and the jets suits are still pepdnding while the others have settled. >> you hear the allegation that's some of these women are not even getting minimum wage. i don't think that there's any fan in the country who would say that that's fair.
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milwaukee bucks tell abc news, "we treat all of our employees fairly, including our bucks dancers, and pay them fairly and in compliance with federal and state law." the nba also telling us, "we work with our teams to ensure that they comply with all applicable wage and working condition laws." mara schiemavocampo, abc news, new york. >> what a discrepancy. coming up, getting buried alive. >> trick or treat?
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a&e network, which is partly owned by abc. >> they understand that anything can happen, including the possibility of death. >> when you're in that dark and it's just you and your thoughts, you go completely crazy. >> reporter: to ratchet up the fright factor the show's producers turned to horror auteur eli roth. >> i think you're going to have people who are going to start clawing until their fingers bleed. >> reporter: of course this was all about science, right? that's why you had larry david in a lab coat there and all those bright screens to make this a little legit. >> his heartrate has increased. >> reporter: fear sociologist margie kerr who's monitoring the screens there insists conquering your demons isn't just entertaining, it's healthy. >> you've slain the dragon, you've conquered the horde, you know you can survive the zombie apocklist. >> reporter: what are the things we're most afraid snf a new survey found many of the things you'd expect. things like ghosts. clowns. zombies.
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there's bugs and heights. and public speaking. as it turns out, on the show being buried alive was just for starters. >> i'm sure something's coming. >> reporter: surprise, surprise, for the test subject, in came snakes. [ screaming ] and rats. >> ah! >> reporter: and creepy crawlers. >> spike in the beta waves. >> reporter: the test subjects' family and friends watching in horror. >> ow. don't nip at me. ow. don't try to bite me. ow. ow! >> we really are trying to overcome our fears right now. but let me tell you something, i'm going to give you -- >> you're doing, it though. >> i'm going to give you a big hug. we're going to exchange facebook information. >> reporter: it all got to be too much for one of the three. >> get me out. get me out! get me out now! >> can you blame him? i'm david wright for "nightline" in new york. >> get me out! >> i don't blame him. >> why, kendis? >> why do people do that?
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hey there. so whether you're handing out treats or prefer tricks, now is the time to get into the halloween spirit. >> absolutely. aren't we in the spirit with our snazzy outfits. here are some fun items we should say for kids of all ages. toy insider mochl laurie schecht is here. some of them look familiar. >> everyone can get into the halloween spirit and we can start by decorating and it doesn't have to cost a lot of money. i went over to party city and i found the pumpkins and the claws and everything was $9.99 or less. so you can really have a lot of fun with it. and when it comes to candy, walmart has some exclusives that are meant just for the grown-ups. so we have been picking at the pecan pie m&ms and the chocolate that is pumpkin spice. it is delicious. >> it was a full bag. >> it was a full bag. for the kids they love to decorate their toys too.
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so build a year has some great choices for them that they can put out in their room so they can make their room nice and spooky. we have our bats. bat-tastic build a bear, our zombie bear and aur werewolf. i don't know if you remember crazy foam but when it's time to rub off the makeup and candy all over their faces this is a good way to do it. crazy foam is back. first out in 1965. and we have all these great monster and halloween theme ones. it's three in one in the can. body wash, shampoo and rins. >> does it work for studio makeup as well? >> it does. and i remember, it doesn't make you cry if it gets in your eyes. >> after the party you want to get them washed up and they never want to do that. >> children are so dirty after halloween. all right. it's hard to get -- it's soap. it's good. it's fun. when it's time to get your kids in bed and they don't want to go to sleep, johnny the skull, if the lights were out we would turn our skull on and there
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we take our blaster and we shoot our ghosts. also a great way to tell kids they can get rid of those ghosts. >> you're right. >> and finally, if the doorbell keeps ringing and those kids don't stop coming this is our wild pet spider. turn him on and we'll scare those trick or treaters. so he's got three different modes. the green mode, you can see his personality. he'll wander around. when we make him angry he'll go into red. that's the guard mode. he'll attack you. and if you put him in blue he'll stay kind of close. >> angry mode. >> ah! >> lots of family fun for everyone. >> so fantastic. laurie, you've got these great ideas from start to finish for halloween. i love it. even down to bathing. thanks to our toy mom insider laurie schacht. we love having you on. for more info head to our facebook page at wnnfans.com. and happy halloween.
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this morning on "world news now," student slammed. >> the confrontation in a high school classroom now under investigation by the fbi. the 16-year-old girl taken down and thrown across the floor. while police, classmates, and school administrators say about it now. strategy shift. the fight against isis taking an aggressive turn as the u.s. says more ground troops could be on the way to iraq and syria. how the video of a dramatic raid could be contributing to the change. political showdown just hours before another republican debate. there's a new leader of the pack. ben carson's surge and donald trump's response to being number two. and last night's epic start to the world series. game 1 heading deep into extra innings. the technical difficulties in the broadcast and how fans find humor in the major league blunder.
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wednesday october 28th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." good morning, everyone, on this busy wednesday. i'm reena ninan. >> and i'm kendis gibson. i'm excited because it is the early morning hours and people are probably still making their way home from this epic game 1 of the world series. >> was it 82 innings? >> just about. 82 1/2. i think that's how it's legal right, jack? but yeah, it was the longest game 1 in history. >> in history, ever. >> yes. of the world series. and of course we'll have the highlights, or is it lowlights as mets fans will call it. >> there was a lot of stuff going on with that game. >> yeah. >> from technical difficulties to sad news. we're going to get to it all. >> to joe buck's beard. but first, let's begin of course with the investigation into that violent arrest of a high school student caught on camera in a south carolina classroom. >> an fbi investigation is under way right now after allegations of excessive force and racial
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bias. and the officer who slammed a 16-year-old girl to the floor and dragged her across the room. could find out today if he'll lose his job. with more here's abc's karen travers. >> reporter: one spring valley high school student who witnessed the police takedown tells abc news it all started when his teacher asked the female student to turn over her phone and she refused. >> she said i'm not doing anything, you know, please, you don't have to take my phone. >> reporter: the teacher then asked a school administrator to help. he also asked the student to leave. and again, she refused. that's when ben fields, the school resource officer, got called in, and things escalated. >> you were going to come with me or i'm going to make you. >> reporter: cell phone video shows fields grabbing the student by the neck and throwing her across the floor. >> hands behind your back. >> reporter: several frightened classmates grabbed their phones and recorded the encounter. >> what we all watched on that shamefully shocking video is reprehensible, unforgivable, and
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inconsistent with everything that this district stands for. >> reporter: officer fields is now on unpaid administrative leave and banned from school properties pending the outcome of the investigation. >> this is someone that is physically in pain because of what she endured and the world watched what she endured as she literally flew across the classroom. >> reporter: but the sheriff says deputy fields received a culture of excellence award for proving to be an exceptional role model in 2014. he also says one of the videos captures the student hitting the officer. >> it just shows that when the officer puts his hands on her initially she reaches up and she pops the officer with her fist. it makes you sick to your stomach when you see that initial video. but again, that's a snapshot. >> reporter: the sheriff expects his internal investigation to be finished within the next day. karen travers, abc news, washington. >> quite a graphic snapshot it is. some new clues in the meantime in the police shooting death of a south florida man. that man, corey jones, was
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waiting by his broken-down car about ten days ago when he was shot and killed by an off-duty officer who stopped to investigate. phone records show jones made a call to at&t's roadside assistance line at 3:10 a.m. now, that call lasted 53 minutes, but police say the shooting happened at 3:15 a.m. if the call was recorded, it may have captured the confrontation. jones's body was found about 100 feet from his vehicle. and here in new york funeral services today for the new york city police officer killed in the line of duty. dozens of officers saluted yesterday as randolph holder's coffin was brought into the church. holder was shot to death while chasing an armed robber last week. he'll be buried in his native guyana. just hours before tonight's republican debate more signs of donald trump in trouble. a national poll from the "new york times" and cbs finds ben carson now in the lead with more than a quarter of republicans preferring the retired neurosurgeon. trump is a few points behind,
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and marco rubio, jeb bush, and carly fiorina can only muster single digits. carson's lead is within the poll's margin of error, and it has trump reacting. >> will you get the numbers up, iowa, please? this is ridiculous. i am second. it's not like terrible. but i don't like being second. second is terrible. to me. >> oh, boy. the poll finds that carson has the support of evangelical christians and conservatives while trump does better among evan jell ka evangelicals and those without a college education. the house today is expected to make sure the next government shutdown threat happens after the presidential election. the budget agreement will be john boehner's last act as speaker of the house. it increases federal spending and raises the borrowing limit through 2017. the senate is expected to move quickly on the deal. president obama says he's happy with this agreement. the pentagon shows aircraft
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billion. northrop already builds a b-2 bomber for the air force. the new aircraft will be much more advanced and could eventually fly without a pilot. northrop beat competitors boeing and lockheed martin. the u.s. appears ready to wage an even more aggressive campaign against isis in iraq and syria. that can mean more ground action for u.s. special forces. abc's martha raddatz has the latest from washington. >> reporter: comments made by secretary of defense ash carter could mean a potential escalation in american involvement in combat. he said direct action on the ground may be used. the secretary saying u.s. special operations forces won't just assist iraqi forces like they did in that deadly raid last week, they could conduct what he called opportunistic raids unilaterally if need be. this makes it more difficult for the president to say u.s. troops are not involved in ground combat and clearly means the
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the fight against isis so far. martha raddatz, abc news, washington. a deadly crash last night on an eastern pennsylvania highway involving a bus filled with college students. eyewitnesses say the bus carrying the lehigh university crew team was rear-ended by a car. it lost control, flipped over several times before landing on its roof. none of the students had serious injuries, but the driver of the car was killed. former house speaker dennis hastert is expected to plaid guilty today as part of a deal to avoid a trial. investigators say hastert sexually abused several teenage boys and then a few years ago started to pay one of them more money. there's a good chance hastert will have to serve time as part of the deal, though sentencing courtroom today. former rap mogul suge knight and comedian kat williams have pleaded not guilty to robbery charges. they appeared before a los stealing a celebrity photographer's camera last year.
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separate murder case that was filed after he ran over two men outside a compton burger stand in january. one man was killed and the other seriously injured. a mega merger could turn walgreen's tin an even bigger giant in the drugstore business. walgreen's is already the nation's largest narms chain. now it wants to buy rite aid, the third biggest one. if the deal goes through, walgreen's will have 18,000 stores. the deal is worth nearly $9.5 billion. given the size of the deal, it's expected to draw scrutiny from the government's antitrust regulators. for now rite aid stores will keep that name. >> that's a big nernlger. here's a great story that fits under the simple headline oops. >> oops indeed. it's at an art museum in italy. that party aftermath. all those champagne bottles were not what was left over from a wild event. that was the work of art itself. it was called "where are we going to dance tonight?"
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>> the problem -- the museum's cleanup crew got a little too eager, wound up cleaning everything. everything. luckily they separated everything for recycling purposes. the museum says the work is going to be recreated. but you know, if i walked into this and i was a cleaning crew -- >> yes. >> -- i would be angry and want to put up a sign, "your mama does not live here." like you know, clean up after yourself. >> i would be bummed that there are empty bottles. >> oh. there is that. >> but there is that saying that art is in the eye of the beholder. and clearly, the cleanup crew was like this is a bunch of trash. all right. well, coming up later in "the mix," what chevy chase and homer simpson have to do with game 1 of the world series. >> also a popular new therapy used by pro athletes and celebrities. was it responsible for the death of someone looking to reap its healthy benefits? and later, how would you like to sit next to this guy on a plane? he just might be flying better than you do. if little dogs can fly with their owners, then why can't he?
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a missing sleepwalker in colorado has been found nine miles from home. investigators think the
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although she may have also taken a bus, all of this while asleep. she was missing for more than two hours, much longer than most sleepwalking episodes. the young woman was unharmed when she woke up, even though she left her shoes at home. p. the latest treatment for autism could be as simple as a nasal spray. doctors in australia tested oxytocin. it's a so-called love hormone drug. on a small group of children with autism all under the age of 8. researchers say those children showed significant social and behavioral improvements. specialists worldwide are cautiously optimistic about this limited study and await further research. wow. that could be a big breakthrough if that's in fact -- >> it could be. and this is a controversial one. it's a health trend and's being called into question this morning after a woman was mound las vegas frozen to death. >> it's called cryotherapy. exposing the body to ultra cold temperatures for short bursts of time. but this time something went wrong.
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here's abc's clayton sendel. >> reporter: chelsea ake-salvacion was alone after hours at this las vegas cryotherapy salon. police say the 24-year-old manager stepped inside a cryotherapy chamber last week running as cold as minus 240 degrees for a three-minute treatment. but her frozen body wasn't discovered until the next morning. >> i was told by the coroner that night that they wanted to reassure me and my family that she did not suffer and that she died instantly. >> reporter: whole-body cryotherapy is promoted as a treatment for pain, improving circulation, even weight loss. stars like lindsay lohan and star athletes like lebron james have used it. but there is little evidence to prove it works. the chamber is designed to keep your head above bitter cold nitrogen gas. a police report says it appears she did not have the machine set to the proper height, she did not get enough oxygen and she suffocated. the coroner says determining the official cause of death is still weeks away. the salon is now in trouble with nevada authorities who order td
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clayton sandel, abc news, denver. >> what a strange therapy. >> i know. a lot of people sort of throw cold water on this. it's just not a -- something that people say really works. but lebron james. he uses it. it was in the piece. so people say it's much more effective than a cold ice bath. >> i just don't know that it really does anything other than, you know, freeze your nethers off. >> nethers? >> nethers. >> i haven't heard that word in a while. >> that's what i call it. coming up in our next half hour, a new warning for millions of drivers. >> your tires could have been recalled without you knowing about it. and they could be -- they could be a lot older than you actually think. what could you do to protect yourself and not just your nethers. but first, just in time for halloween, it's national chocolate day. and just wait until you see what we've got cooking in our
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did you know? have you checked the calendar? today is the food holiday of the year. to end all food holidays, frankly. national chocolate day. >> you love your chocolate. >> i do. >> and what better way to celebrate than a handmade luxury chocolate bar from the kitchen
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of new york's plaza hotel. nbc's genevieve shaw-brown is in our insomniac kitchen. >> reporter: it's everyone's favorite holiday, national chocolate day, and i'm here at the beautiful palm court at the plaza hotel. i'm about to make a super fancy bar. >> this is such a special place for me. i've been coming here with my mom every year. what are we making today? >> a sophisticated snickers bar. we're going to make the peanut butter from scratch. >> oh, great. >> roasting them helps to give a better flavor. so i'm going to put this in the oven right now. >> great. [ bell ] >> so the peanuts are warm. >> right in the food processor. >> right in the food processor. you've got to break up the peanuts first. what we're trying to achieve is a crumb-like texture. almost like couscous. we'll pulse it on and off. it will start to clump up even more and what will happen is it
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you add the sweetener. we're going to add honey and a little bit of seasoning. we're going to add some salt. already there, the peanut butter. we'll add a little bit more. but you can see it's already starting to come together. >> if you have a food processor it's not terribly complicated to make their own handmade peanut butter. >> absolutely. >> that's delicious. >> now we have a chocolate sugar dough that we already baked. just want to do a couple lines. place a few of the peanuts. now we go on to the caramel which we're going to set it up on top. >> ooh. look at all that sugary goodness. >> what we're doing now is cleaning the sugar because a lot of sugar's naturally dirty. >> this looks so good. >> place the heavy cream. now we're going to pour it straight over the chocolate. stir that up for me. and we're just going to place that over the top of the caramel
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>> right, right, right. >> the chocolate decoration that we made. >> that's going to be very pretty. we're going to go upstairs now into the beautiful palm court and taste it there. mm. wow. this is incredible. well, jacques, thank you so much for being with us and showing me how to make an amazing dessert. >> it looks delectable. you've got to try this. they serve this, as she said, in the palm court, or at the plaza hotel in the evenings for $16. >> 16 bucks for a snicker bar. at the plaza i guess it's what you would expect. >> mm. >> it is very good. and what a great holiday, national chocolate day. if it was socially acceptable i'd lather myself in chocolate. but it would just be awkward. >> somehow i could see you actually doing that. they don't have that service at the plaza hotel, kendis. but enjoy your upscale peanut butter. snickers bar. fantastic. really good.
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let's call this the oops segment. part of the reason game 1 of the world series was the longest one ever was because they had a slight delay because of little technical problems that were going on all throughout. fox had a major technical problem. take a listen to how it all played out on the game broadcast. >> and we've got a bag full of quarters for our generator. we can play all night long. >> oh, no. >> that is after they came back. but they had a technical difficulty. went out. the fox broadcast went out for a little while. the interwebs had fun with this. one person showing the fox broadcast truck there. this other guy said "this is the reason." chevy chase there with the technical problems.
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during the whole technical problem. and of course d'oh. >> fox sports control room. world series. love that. >> joe buck lost a few more of his combover hair. >> it was fine. >> it came back on. >> and 92 innings later we found out -- >> exactly. that the royals win. a fat dog makes first class on an airline. take a look. this is hank. he was able to ride right next to his owner kerry woodman. she founded a dog rescue in beverly hills, california and madeline snapped up the photo of this dog and his owner. madeline told mashable they had to buy two plane tickets. so the dog apparently sat on the ground, didn't bark, but there were a lot of whispering as to how the dog got so fast. >> but in first class. >> but in first class. but you know, hank has a little illness, and he's only able to move in that cart. so that could explain the weight gain. so let's not judge or make comments about poor hank.
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he didn't have to walk too far down the aisle to his seat. >> i'm amazed he got to hang out in first class, have a few of the bubblies. >> well, kendis, every dog has his day. okay. let's move on. that's great. ikea. they decided, you know, what why get all these imaginative adults to come up with their new toy line. they decided to actually make it toys that kids come up with. so they decided to get creative with it. they have used kids' ideas to create their new line of stuffed animals. and there you have it. colorful set there. >> very nice. unicorn. >> from the drawing to the stuffed animals. >> these kids were spot on. look at the replicas. they look pretty accurate. >> yeah. and the alien monster. >> i want to show you the burger stuffed with reese's peanut butter cups. looks pretty weird. it's at a canadian restaurant.
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this morning on "world news now" -- trump in trouble. just hours before the next republican debate, the former front-runner lashing out as he slips to number two in the polls. how ben carson and hillary clinton are responding. new details in the fatal police shooting of a teenager caught on camera. why the officer is no longer facing criminal charges and how the victim's family is responding. and new this half hour, a consumer alert about your car tires. >> new details about tire recalls that drivers don't get, quick way you can protect yourself and check those tires. and a royal finish to a marathon game 1 of the world series. kansas city and new york nearly playing two full games. the five-hour battle and the reaction from fans, and why a former yankee is stealing some latest squeeze. >> oh.
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>> hello, derek. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." we do say good morning for you this wednesday. i'm kendis gibson. >> and i'm reena ninan. we're going to get right to our lead story. upheaval in the republican presidential politics. the third gop debate tonight, at the university of colorado in boulder, and there's a bit of a shake-up. >> the stage is all but set. donald trump is no longer the front-runner. a "new york times"/cbs news poll shows ben carson is on top. it's "your voice, your vote." and abc's tom llamas who is following the republicans. >> reporter: donald trump saying it loud and saying it proud. >> i'm number one in every poll. >> trump on top. >> your numbers are unbelievable. >> boom, boom, boom. >> really amazing numbers. >> i've been winning every single one of them, right? >> reporter: but with that new national poll showing dr. ben carson in the lead, trump bashing the poll and attacking
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carson's plan to replace accounts. abolishing medicare, i don't with that one. it's actually a program that's worked. >> reporter: but listen to what trump said on "this week" just days ago. >> do you also agree with ben carson when he says medicare probably won't be necessary? you're going to have to look at >> reporter: carson brushing off the attack. i don't want to abolish medicare. >> reporter: trump also talking about carson's opposition to abortion. >> i'm a reasonable person and if people can come up with a reasonable explanation of why they would like to kill a baby i'll listen. >> ben was -- he was pro-abortion not so long ago, and all of a sudden he's so hard on abortion, under no circumstances virtually can there be exceptions. and you say, well, how does that happen where you were pro and not long ago? >> reporter: i asked carson about that. >> when did that sort of change in thinking happen? >> a little more than 20 years ago.
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sometimes operating on little premature babies trying to keep them alive and i began to really think about the potential in each one of those lives. >> reporter: but trump has also reversed his position on abortion. "very pro choice" but hated the concept of abortion. he now opposes it. he spoke to more than 2,000 people here and vowed to win tom llamas, abc news, sioux city, iowa. the democratic front-runner was on a different stage. "the late show with stephen colbert." >> she talked about her favorite television shows, political and legal dramas not surprisingly, but colbert pressed her on presidential politics. >> who would you rather run against, donald trump or ben carson? [ laughter ] >> i'm going to leave that to the republicans. >> but you can picture either one of them in the office, right? you can picture either one of those guys in the office.
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>> well, i can picture them in some office. >> clinton also talked finance and the economy. she said the minimum wage is not enough to bring people out of poverty and if there were another recession clinton says she'd let the big banks fail this time. there's growing uproar over the violent classroom arrest in columbia, south carolina. the officer who flipped the female student out of her chair and dragged her across the room now at the center of an fbi investigation. the confrontation escalated when the girl refused to turn over her phone. the sheriff could determine as early as today if senior deputy ben fields will be fired. he says another video shows the girl hitting the officer. >> it just shows that when the officer puts his hands on her initially she reaches up and she pops the officer with her fist. it makes you sick to your stomach when you see that initial video. but again, that's a snapshot. >> a lawyer for the student says
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his client was brutalized, her arm in a cast, she has a rug burn apparently and is suffering neck and back pain. deputy fields has been the subject of two earlier lawsuits involving allegations of excessive force and racial bias. also in south carolina no state criminal charges will be filed against a police officer who fatally shot an unarmed 19-year-old teen. the teen gunned down in his car while on a date. the officer says he feared for his life. abc's pierre thomas has the details. >> reporter: the young couple was sitting in the car after buying ice cream on a first date. it all goes down in seconds following a sting in which undercover police allegedly sell drugs to a woman riding in this car with 19-year-old zachary hammond. seneca, south carolina police officer mark tiller with his handgun drawn tries to make an arrest. briefly stepping in front of hammond's car. but hammond attempts to speed off. officer tiller fires. hammond struck twice in the side and back dies.
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justified, that officer tiller had reason to fear for his life and that he had a difficult decision to make in just three seconds. a justice department investigation continues, so federal charges could still be brought. hammond's parents say he was shot after his car passed the officer. they are suing, claiming the officer's life was not truly in danger. pierre thomas, abc news, washington. human rights groups are reporting more atrocities at the hands of isis. the militant group is said to have tied three prisoners to ancient columns in the city of palmyra and then blowing them up. those columns dating back at least 2,000 years. and new talks aimed at ending the four-year-old civil war in syria could have a new participant. for the first time iran has been invited to join the discussion. no word yet on whether the iranians will take part. a new round of negotiations starts tomorrow in vienna. secretary of state john kerry, his russian counterpart, and the european and arab diplomats will be there as well. south carolina's low country
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the area had one of the highest tides on record yesterday, swamping cars, flooding homes, and snarling traffic in downtown charleston. despite signs warning against it, some motorists drove right into the flood waters. residents say the water came in very quickly and the flooding was worse than the historic flooding earlier this month, and that flooding was pretty remarkable. >> that was pretty intense. rained nonstop down there, and flooding downpours cover a wide area this morning from the south to the great lakes to the northeast. >> the leftovers from hurricane patricia are on the move. accuweather's justin povick has the latest. hey, good morning, justin. >> reena and kendis, thanks and good morning to you. a wet day setting up all throughout the northeast, and not just your run-of-the-mill showers. we're talking about torrential downpours advancing from southwest to northeast. there's going to be major travel delays and the potential for a thunderstorm or two as well. and then we look at low pressure and high pressure. and when you have the two pretty
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close together, that normally is a cause for concern with regard to gusty winds and also rough surf. reena and kendis, back to you. >> all right, justin, thank you. well, game 1 of the world series is in the books, and it was an eventful one. all was going just dandy until this happened. until the bottom of the fourth, when viewers saw this on their screens. fox sports experiencing technical difficulties saying please stand by. that had technicians in the fox compound moving quickly to fix the problem. the network later said an electronics failure caused generators to lose power. when fox picked up the international broadcast feed, the game was in a delay because of a problem with replay cameras. soon after the broadcast returned back to normal. and did we mention there was also an outstanding game too. >> started off in the first when mr. escobar of the royals gave k.c. a 1-0 lead with an inside the park home run. it was 1-1 in the fifth when
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he is the grandest son of all, hit a traditional homer for the mets. >> did he hit an inside the park home run? >> it was an outstanding home run. >> the mets still had a one-run lead in the bottom of the ninth when alex gordon tied the score at 4 with a home run to center field. then in the bottom of the 14th with the bases loaded, see it there, eric hosmer hit a fly ball to right which scored the winning run. k.c. wins 5-4. game 2 is tonight. kendis? gop debate, game 2, gop debate? >> that's easy. my big thing is it's the world series. how do you have a technical glitch of that sort? >> we have a live show right now, kendis. >> how do you have that sort of technical glitch? >> whoa. >> oh, boy. really? >> sorry. >> what did you do? oh, my -- nice.
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>> did that work? as jack said, kendis. yeah. >> try it again. >> i can't believe the network trusts you with that. >> the backup generator. >> they paid for generators here for us. >> oh, lord. coming up, a consumer alert involving your tires. >> not your outlets. your tires. >> the recalls you may not know about. and old tires that look new. the quick way you can check your tires right now to put safety first. and later in "the skinny," superstar katy perry could celebrate her birthday pretty much anywhere in the world. so you may not believe where she decided to ring in her 31st. but first, we've got a look at wednesday's forecast map. this never lets us down. >> no, it doesn't. >> you're watching "world news now." >> it's dryer in the south. >> announcer: "world news now"
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see, what happened was -- well, that red ford mustang coming to a stop on the roof of a house in michigan. the driver lost control, came through a field, and ended up on the roof of the house, which backs right up to a hill. only minor damage to the house. no one was injured in the accident but quite interesting to try to explain how that happened. and there was a new safety warning for drivers, and it has to do with the tires on your cars. >> turns out millions of tires have been recalled without drivers ever hearing about them, and those tires could be a lot older than they appear. here's abc's brian ross. >> reporter: members of a florida church group were on
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when a tire blew and the driver lost control of the van. ten-two adults died, ten teenagers were hospitalized. investigators say the church never got the word that that tire had been recalled a year earlier. investigators for the national transportation safety board said it happens all the time. millions of tires are under safety recall, but the vast majority of owners never find out about it. >> that system's not working. it's completely broken. >> somebody lost control of their vehicle. >> reporter: the ntsb investigation also found motorists are in the dark about the potential dangers of tires that look new but are actually quite old. the tire that failed in this california accident was eight years old. killing a young mother. >> my grandson's growing up without his mother. >> reporter: safety engineers say tires can begin to break down after six years even if it's been in storage and never driven on and it's not easy to figure out a tire's age. it's actually hidden in a code
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4105 means this tire was made in the 41st week of '05, 2005. it's ten years old. there is no law or industry standard that prevents the sale of tires that old. and our abc news investigation found tires for sale at major outlets that were 10 to 15 years old. >> it's easier said than done, but government safety officials say car owners should make sure to know if their tires are under and of course if their tires are properly inflated. brian ross, abc news, new york. >> scary stuff. >> yeah, who knew that? something to look out for, everybody. and next, guess who just broke a music record set by the beatles. and breaking news. "skinny" news. derek jeter. the last bastion of bachelorhood for us single men. he gets engaged. but she's a swimsuit model. so -- >> of course she is.
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skinny so skinny we're going to start "the skinny" with arguably the greatest boy band of all time. >> you love this group. >> i do kind of. yes. one direction. >> you're blushing. with its latest billboard hot 100 debut the single "perfect" roaring onto the chart at number 10 marks the group's fifth
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record debuting in billboard's top 10. >> believe it or not, that means one direction has broken the record for the most top ten 100 debuts among groups, passing the beatles' record of four. >> at least you know how to pick them, kendis, huh? >> exactly. >> those four beatles hits include "hey jude," "get back," let it be and the 1993 single reuniting with the trio with john lennon's vocals "free as a bird." >> one direction's songs have more lasting power than any beatles record." >> beatles are iconic. >> so are one direction. >> next, high-profile hollywood break-ups starting with actress halle berry. >> after barely two years of marriage berry and french actor husband olivier martinez have officially fired for divorce with both seeking joint custody of their 2-year-old son. >> i hate talking about hollywood break-ups. this will be berry's third failed marriage. this was martinez's first. >> and emma stone. another break-up. and andrew garfield are calling it quits.
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>> the two who starred in two "spider-man" movies together split after almost four years of dating. that's according to a source confirming to "usa today." >> the hollywood power couple has been plagued with break-up rumors over the last year with their competing schedules. the two met on the set of "the amazing spider-man" in 2011. >> we can't leave you without marriage news. big news. derek jeter's love life. he's apparently officially off the market. >> a source close to long-time girlfriend supermodel hannah davis tells "the new york daily news" that the pair is finally ready to tie the knot. >> they've been dating since 2012 and have become increasingly public about their romance since the victoria's secret model was spotted cheering on the yankees at >> say it ain't so. he's gone. off the list. >> next up, the top celebrity >> "forbes" magazine out with celebrities list. topping the list no surprise, michael jackson, earning $115 million last year. six years after his death. and that's more than twice the number for the number 2 earner,
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thanks to sales at graceland. >> number 3, peanuts creator charles schultz. he raked in $40 million. most of it licensing revenue. rounding out the top five, reggae legend bob marley, 21 million. and hollywood legend elizabeth taylor at $20 million. >> and we've got to get some birthday wishes for a celebrity who thankfully is very much still with us. >> singer katy perry showing us how fame hasn't changed the girl on the inside. she chose to celebrate her 31st with her closest friends where else? but the olive garden. >> she couldn't resist sharing the moment on instagram, #those breadsticks though. it comes after her big weekend in iowa singing for hillary clinton at a rally decked out in red, white and blue. >> i wonder if she had the pasta or the eggplant parm. >> you've had that stuff? you've been to the olive garden? >> i love italian food. i always do salad and breadsticks. >> it's like fake italian food. >> coming up, is facebook helping or hurting your relationship? we'll explain. what's wrong with the olive
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well, it's increasingly being said that far too many of us are living our lives through the virtual reality of the internet. >> yeah. whether or not that's true, what we say and do online these days is having an impact on how many of us live our romantic lives. here's abc's amy robach. >> reporter: let's face it, social media makes it hard to remain anonymous. >> after a quick scan of his facebook, twitter, tumblr, pinterest and instagram here's what i know. >> privacy is dead? >> reporter: even our romantic life getting the hashtag treatment. so researchers have begun to ask what effect is social media having on our love lives? >> if i tag you and say that i love you, you're tagging yourself in front of all of your friends and all of their friends and family. >> reporter: some of the biggest negative factors include stalking, distrust, and
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but social media is still such a new phenomenon that only a handful of studies have been done and the results decidedly mixed. >> definitely, take all of these studies on social media with a grain of salt. >> reporter: for example, one recent study looked at 205 facebook users between the ages of 18 and 82, finding in general that relationships soured for people who had been together for less than three years and had high levels of facebook use. however, another recent study finds that pairs who share everything from their status to pictures on facebook could be in it for the long haul. amy robach, abc news, new york. >> thoughts on that? >> no. >> no. you can put it down in your status update. >> a lot of couples i do know share their facebook accounts. but i think shouldn't you have your own? >> you should. just as a single guy i just -- facebook is tough to play the game. to be a player. >> and so what about sharing pictures of your pets on
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remember yesterday we asked you to send some of your pics on your pets in their halloween costumes. let's take a look. >> this is haley's chihuahua pup aspen in her pumpkin outfit in a pumpkin patch. camouflage. >> norma's service dog rosie is a bumblebee with her purple chicken. >> and cynthia's dogs nico and percy as dr. who and his time machine. >> and don't forget the felines. aisha's cat butters as a magical unicorn and absolutely loving it. not really. well, keep the pictures of your pets coming. twitter or instagram @abcwnn. >> and don't torture your pets in order to take those pictures. facebook @wnnfans.com. more news coming up. >> announcer: this is abc's "world news now." informing insomniacs for two decades.
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