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group demonstrated. the planning meeting was cancelled. and the leader said he has serious concerns about the peacefulness of islam, but with the meeting cancelled, a moratorium building the mosque would expire clearing the way for construction. out on bail after turning himself in, facing misdemeanor charges of sexual assault. he's accused of he's suspended from the team indefinitely. a new jersey shopper got a scare at the mall with an explosion and fire inside her purse. >> woah. >> the disconnected battery for the device exploded, tumped the purse on the floor as other shoppers ran away. the woman suffered minor burns and said it could have been worse. everything in her purse, though, was scorched.
with students at rutgers university in new jersey. thousands forced from the dorms because of that power failure, and 90 buildings affected and three dozen residence halls. kids could be out of the rooms for days. local utility says an internal equipment problem is to blame. this is a cool story coming to us from southwest michigan. one little girl doing the right thing. >> that's 4-year-old becca, riding in the barbie car, packs it with gifts that w to be hers. >> giving those gifts to three other girls who just lost everything in a house fire. the mother of the girls who received the new toys understandably calling her a special little girl, and who could disagree with them on that? i love she packed up the car to do this. >> such a sweet thought. like, oh, i could walk them, but i carry more in the car. i will cruise on over. >> the house that burned, by the way, is a complete and total loss there. >> the local community is
toys for the girls, and there's a go fund me page with a goal of more than $2,000. a sneak peek inside the museum of african-american history before it opens. plus, another car fire blame on the samsung smart phone. why the owner says his note 7 was to blame. >> in case you have not checked your calendar, it's national double cheese burger day. we can let this important without a late night run to white castle. you're watching "world news now." "world news now weather"
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pretty cool scene there. wow. a test of new shipbuilding techniques to withstand shocks better, and as you can see, a steady video from the deck, jackson passed with flying colors. now to the latest scare being blamed on the samsung galag galaxy phone. >> replacing the fire-prone phones releasing a update. here's the latest. >> oh, my god. look at the car in the street, on fire. >> reporter: a car bursting into flames, stunning eye witnesses. the owner of the vehicle told authorities he believes his samsung galaxy 7 caught fire in the passenger seat while driving on a florida highway. >> i see flames come up, the phone exploded. it was crazy, man. i was nervous and glad to be alive, you know. >> reporter: cause of this fire
it is the latest report of samsung phones catching fire in vehicles. >> last thought in my head is that a brand new device is going to burn down my car. >> reporter: and in homes. >> i called exploding because it shot pieces of whatever that was inside the phone out. >> reporter: still, no official recall, but the company publishing an apology in all major newspapers reading in , the concerns and inconveniences we've caused. samsung will do our best to resolve the issues as soon as possible adding a software update designed to fix the battery problem will be available next week. in south korea, but whether that update applies to note 7 consumers here in the u.s. is still unclear. >> so if you own a note 7 and want it replaced right away, your best bet is to take that phone to your carrier and you
no breakfast, cheeseburger, huh? >> come on, don't give me that, cheeseburgering, what you want? >> i don't, it's too early for a cheese burger. look! >> cheese burger, cheese burger over there, over there, over there. >> cheese burger. >> never too early for a cheeseburger. >> not at all. that iconic "saturday night live" sketch starring john and robert and a young back in 1978. >> as we know, working this shift, it's never too early for a cheeseburger, and today, on national double cheeseburger day, we might be the first to celebrate with the country's most popular burger joint. >> we go all the way down bronx for insomniac kitchen. >> reporter: hey, insomniacs, i
first, but today, we're going to white castle! ? ? when preparing the perfect double cheeseburger, step one, you can't act the part. you have to look the part. ? ? i am here with the general manager of this white castle, diane, and you have hired me for the day. >> yes, i have. >> but first things first. i want a land, if you will, is that all right? >> no problem. >> all right, let's do it. i'm usually on the other side of the counter ordering. >> a customer approaches, welcome to white castle, how can i help you today? >> hello, and welcome to white castle. >> that's fine. we have the fryer section, salted, not salted, ready to go. this is famous r2d2, that's the
ready to deliver. >> ready to deliver to, r 2 d 2. so famous. we love etta around here. >> famous in any white castle. >> legendary. >> lemg dare. give us the famous etta greeting, let's hear it. >> hi, welcome to white castle, how can i help you? >> friendly. >> very friendly. >> welcome to white castle, this is will, how can i i'm going to grab you ketchup and tartar sauce, hang on, just a second. thank you, come again. i'm giving them an extra one. >> didn't see that one coming. >> here's your ore, sorry for the wait, thanks so much for coming to white castle, y'all have a good day. . it's national double cheeseburger day, let's do this thing. >> yes, let's do this thing. yes. there you go. take off one of the tops. >> this, i can handle.
>> one goes here. >> yes. >> one goes here. now i get my pickles. >> yes. two pickles. >> they go here. >> yes. >> ketchup. >> yes. okay. all right. go ahead. >> i take this? >> no, no. >> no, no, no. >> this always stays right here. >> okay. >> okay? >> now lift it up? >> yes. one hand, the other hand. >> this way? >> yes. >> >> okay. >> that's pretty good looking. now should we do a taste test? ? ? wait, let's do this together.
? ? [ laughter ] >> just going to get in there. >> dig in. >> oh, oh. >> oh, wow. >> you're fake eating. >> i'm fake eating. >> the onions are like flavor crystals exploding in your mouth. >> oh, my god. >> put it in your mouth. what are you waiting for in. >> i wonder how many food segments you have to do. >> this is fake eating. oh, man. >> you demolished the burger. >> i'm not eating it. sorry. he's shocked. no. i'm just playing with it. >> demolishing it.
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? ? the national mall in washington, d.c. has been the site of so many landmark moments in history, and yesterday, history was made there once again. >> president obama and his family got their sneak peek african-american history and culture before its official opening. >> abc reports it's a project that's been more than a decade in the making. >> reporter: it's a journey through time and culture, the first museum dedicated entirely to black history, opening doors four years after construction began, but a museum of more than 100 years in the making. >> this was a dream of our civil war veterans, 1915, they asked for this new museum to be
standing in stark contrast to the marble facade surrounding the national mall. >> you go from slavery to freedom. >> reporter: with artifacts of the slave cabin to a shawl owned by harriet tubman. you won't find artifacts from martin luther king, jr., they remain with his family. you'll find the halt worn ali. the entire museum built around a segregation era railway car. >> it was a feature put in before the museum was built, this guard towel from a prison, and this is from louisiana. >> a prisoner plantation with a legacy of slavery. >> as i was walking through, i saw shackles, i saw auction blocks and a few tears came down
protest photos and began to see president obama being inaugust grated. >> reporter: student activist and protester stepped inside history, but also becoming part of it. >> you see black lives matter shirt, justice for trayvon. what's it mean to you to see your fight in the museum? >> reminds me my community in ferguson just wanted to mourn. we protest becse can create a perfect union. >> reporter: a union of culture opening its doors to the public later this month. serena marshall, abc news, washington. >> opens september 24th. >> a fascinating museum, and they have a slave ship from the coast of africa, shipped it over here. >> wow. >> moved it in. >> the museum is eight stories, cost $540 million to build. >> oprah's a big contributor to
this morning on "world news now," both candidates back on the trail. >> hillary clinton took time off for pneumonia as the health for she and donald trump is a top campaign issue. we have the poll having both candidates tied in the race for the white house. new details about theri this morning, the condition of the offers and the suspect making an appearance in court. a car dash cam shows what appears to be a purse snatcher attacking a woman in the crosswalk. good samaritans jumped out of the car in the intersection. we'll show you how the scene plays out. ? ? >> well, it is straight out of compton. don't call them city slickers. they have the cowboys of
living with the concrete jungle. it's thursday, september 15th. ? ? from abc news, this is "world news now." >> that's one way to get new york city. >> horse back? >> on horse back. good morning, kendis gibson here. >> i'm diane macedo. horse back riding in a moment, but the health of the presidential candidates is front and sa center. >> take a look. this is a head-to-head matchup with hillary clinton just about five points ahead of donald trump. 48 to 43. her lead, though, narrows even more in a race that includes the other two candidates. >> after a bout with pneumonia, clinton returns to the trail today, but trump swiped her stamina last night telling supporters in ohio he didn't think she'd stand in a hot room
scolded by a pastor. here's more. >> this is what the united states -- >> reporter: in a stunning moment, donald trump stopped cold in his tracks in the middle of a political attack by a pastor of an african-american church in flint, michigan. >> hillary failed on the economy. just like she's failed on foreign policy, everything she touched didn't work out, nothing. now hillary clinton -- >> mr. trump, i invited you here to thank us -- >> not to give a political speech. >> okay. that's good. i'll go back. >> reporter: trump quickly wrapped up and left, and later, trump in a familiar role, building drama presenting results of the recent physical on dr. oz. >> why not share your medical records? why to the -- >> well, i have no problem in doing it. i have it right here. i mean, should i do it? i don't care. should i do it? [ applause ]
the other is from lennox hill hospital. >> may i see them? >> yeah, sure. >> those are the reports? >> all the tests done last week. >> reporter: audience members say he revealed his cholesterol level, blood pressure, and result of the latest colonoscopy. >> he's my patient, good for a man of his age. >> reporter: trump has yet to show the two pages handed to dr. oz. in 2015, trump tweeted, i trukted my longim issue a full medical report, showing perfection. since then, all we've seen is a four paragraph letter, trump's doctor declaring trump, quote, will be the healthiest individual ever elected to the presidency. >> write this, write is while the driver waited, his los angeles interpreted to my open. >> reporter: performing his exam last year, and the campaign
>> i don't know why we need such extensive medical reporting when we all have a right to privacy. >> reporter: in the past, hillary clinton december closed much more about her own medical history. still, trump long questioned her health, and now after the near collapse sunday with clinton home, sidelined with pneumonia, her doctor releasing a new detailed health summary saying clin top's physical exam was, quote, normal and in excellent mental condition. clinton's taking several medications including for her thyroid and allergies, and the doctor says her heart is healthy. as for pneumonia? she's recovering well with antibiotics and rest and fit to serve as president of the united states. trump said he'll release results later this week, but the campaign says it's in flux and unclear if he'll release more medical information. the clinton campaign says he's trying to hide something and
quote, a joke. donald trump slams powell after his hacked he mails show he called trump a national disgrace. trump said he was never a fan of powell and accuse him of having a weak understanding of weapons of mass destruction in iraq and referred to trump as an international praia with no sense of shame. as for powell's take on hillary clinton in an e-mail in 2014, called her a blasted her for not being honest about the e-mails server and would rather not vote for her. julia dumps heavy rain on south carolina and gusty winds and rough seas causing street flooding in georgia and scattered power outages. julia is expected to linger along the georgia-south carolina border into friday. typhoon, once the most powerful storm to form in years, has made land fall on the eastern coast
hurricane strength winds and rain knock out power to some areas and shut down local highways and 30,000 people evacuated at one point. the storm is losing strength moving into the mainland. a man accused of setting a florida mosque on fire is behind bars. police made arrests after tips identified the 32-year-old. his social media account had several antiislamic posts and comments on it. he's facing arson and hate crime charges. the nightclub gunman used to worship at that mosque. a 12-year-old shot dead by a police officer is moved to a museum in chicago. the boy was holding a realistic looking toy gun when killed by an officer in a park in clear and convincing evidence. the city settled the suit brought by the family for $6 million. phoenix now, the last of the police officers injured when a car plowed into them has been released from the hospital. the rookie officer suffered a concussion and is recovering
the suspect in the case is held without bail. >> reporter: after mowing down three phoenix cops in a gas station parking lot, the man allegedly behind the wheel appearing in court. 44-year-old, much of the time, slumped over. >> mr. payne, if you'll stand up, please. >> reporter: documents describe him as a homeless transyent under the influence of drugs or alcohol in the alleged attack. all caught on and no accident according to authorities. >> our police officers targeted. >> reporter: 2:00 a.m. tuesday, meeting outside the store, and nearby, a driver of the red car watches them for minutes, and then this, you can see the sergeant going down with a broken leg, another officer diving out of the way, but a third cop sent flying eight feet into the air. i thank god we're not planning three funerals right now.
describe one clerk jumping out of the way, and another struck by flying debris, but the suspect puts up a fight. officers tasered him numerous times to make the arrest. police chief not speculating motive, but anger at the pattern of attacks. >> never seen so many violent senseless acts targeting law enforcement. >> reporter: two injured seriously, expected to be okay, but as for three phoenix cops in a 1997 traffic stop and sentenced with probation. >> lauren, thank you. samsung's exploding battery problem may be growing. the safety commission is looking into incidents involving phones other than the galaxy note 7 this as police in florida investigate whether it caused a car fire. meanwhile, samsung apologized for the issue in south korean newspapers and explained how to
in u.s. papers. trouble is not over for wells fargo looking at the bank's aggressive sales tax that led employees to open accounts customers did not ask for. no decision made yet whether to prosecute wells fargo, but subpenas has been issued. >> there was a purse snatching and two men in the car chased the crook down to get the woman's purse back. suspect g down the block after he attempted a second robbery. also in southern california, that's not your average urban scene. check it out. it's a guy on a horse riding through the streets of compton. >> what's wrong with that? participant of the group that calls themselves the compton cowboys and whenever he was time, the favorite thing to do is saddle up and go for a ride. he says riding through rough parts of the city, he's a
>> i could take off right mow and ride through ten or 12 gang neighborhoods, and they'll have all the same reaction. oh, what's up, that's cool, home boy. i go through all of them, and i get a warm welcome. >> another of the compton cowboy says he gets plenty of surprised looks when he rides through the streets. >> he says the local children in particular get a kick out of seeing the horses. i understand that. >> yeah. i'd say that ride? >> it's a tradition dating back decades in some parts of l.a. known as richland farms. >> cool. well, coming up, bringing new meaning to the apple for the teacher. apple has been working with the white house on the plan to bring technology to every american student. abc's robin roberts gets a progress report from ceo tim cook. how about using technology
can't pack the data in the car's gps yet, it makes for a cool video. >> it is stunning. you look at it, and just wowed by it. you're not even going to help me with this, are you? >> nope, carry on. >> our producer said fascina fascinating. >> i like it. >> it's good. back here on earth, apple and other major tech giants join forces to upgrade many schls to technology. >> how are they doing? abc's robin roberts caught up with apple's ceo, tim cook, at a public school here in new york city. >> you guys are very excited over here. >> reporter: the 6th graders know a thing or two about coding and couldn't wait to show off skills to apple's ceo, tim cook. students of all ages using cutting edge technology to
>> what he's doing is writing code in order to get the robot through a track. >> reporter: apple is part of a white house initiative called connect ed. its goal? connect 99% of american schools to advanced technology. >> i also do ballet, which i love. >> reporter: this school in harlem is among 114 others that have seen student engagement peak since implementing the program one year ago. do you see your students more >> very engaged. they are thinking. they are having conversation. learning should come from within. so using our ipad as a tool, we can cause that to happen. it does not take the place of good teaching, but it is an essential tool. >> reporter: it looks like they are having fun too. tell us how the initiative is going now. >> it's going fabulous. you know, one of the things that we seek to do is really increase
arguably is our attendance, and attendance is significantly up there. now, with that, students are learning more, and the math scores are also up, so we feel really good. >> reporter: talking to the few students here and asking them, their eyes light up, and they say everywhere else in their lives, it's all about the tablet, and it used to be, they come into the classroom, and it was, like, an analog experience, if you will. >> you have a good point. you world. these kids are born in a digital world. if they come to school and have an analog environment, it's not con deucing to learning or conducive to creativity. we bring digital to the schools here, and focused on underserved schools. >> like that? >> reporter: the future of our nation, one swipe at a time. >> we want everyone, every kid in america, every kid in the
can be the ceo of apple or i can replace robin roberts on "good morning america", everyone should be able to aspire and climb that ladder. >> so no more marble notebooks. remember those? threading in between. >> not quite. >> oh. >> the company donated about 50,000 ipads to students. >> there is a movement among some parents to get kids so everyone is a huge fan, but the company, apparently, apple is donated 50,000 ipads to students. >> yep. >> all right, coming up in the next half hour, a dramatic rescue caught on camera. a truck and school bus collides and pickup ignited with the driver trapped inside. how first responders and good samaritans rushed into action.
? ? flying is key because flying high over the skies of virginia with precious cargo carried by a drone as part of a top secret program led by google. >> it was a burrito, could be the first step in forever changing the face of the college all-nighter. here's abc's dan harris. >> reporter: it's a bird? it's a plane? it's a burrito. students at virginia tech could
drone. it caught it on camera. could flying fast food take off? the tech giant is not the first to drum up drone delivery. amazon marketed prime air promising packages in 30 minutes or less. >> drops off the package and flies back up to altitude. >> reporter: even walmart looking to pie loot the technology, but it's not just home delivery. from extreme racing to hollywood block busters like "sky fall," drone technology is everywhere. as for google, they hope the test is a taste of what's to come. no word on whether guac costs extra. >> of course it will, dan. that is one giant burrito, did you see that thing? >> made me hungry. in college, we thought takeout taxi was cool, a guy picks up food for you at a restaurant.
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? ? the mix this thursday with potentially new york's next great landmark. ready for it? we have our first preview of what's been a secret project for a little while. >> a secret? >> look at this. >> oh. >> this is going to be weird. >> huh. >> it's going side of manhattan. it's 15 stories tall in an area called hudson yards, a new development opening in 2018. since opening, people are trying to efficiently out what is it? >> like a beehive. >> some said a honey comb or a stair way to nowhere, a vessel. >> a spaceship.
all those billion stars we saw from the milky way in. you know, earlier. >> okay. >> it's -- [ laughter ] it's a hundred million dollar project, by the way. >> maybe the secret is it is a spaceship. >> maybe it is. >> into the milky way. parents can be eembarrassin, especially when they are on facebook, for a girl in austria, she had enough and is in >> really? >> posted roughly 500 photos of her that are so embarrassing, and despite her constant pleas to take them down, they refuse. she's taking matters into her own hands and suing them. the lawyer says picture go beyond what you expect, getting diapers changed to potty training. she says they knew know shame and no limits whether it was a picture on the toilet or lying
photographed, and then made public. now, her dad says he took the photos so he has rights to do whatever he wants with them. >> and thought it was bad when your parents posted prom pictures. >> the awkward braces stage. those are great. case settles in november. >> it's for real. >> going to court in november. >> it's real. >> yeah. >> in india, arranged marriages are common. take a look at this lady, she marriage set, but then she had a conversation with her would-be husband who did not want the dog to come along. >> oh. >> i can't abandon my dog for anyone, she told him, he said, marry the dog in that case. this is the conversation, went public, and people have sense come to her side saying, dump him. marry me. >> the conversation went on and on, like, serious, my god, like,
? ? this morning on "world news now," hillary clinton back on the road as the issue of both candidates' health takes stage on the campaign trail. meanwhile, polling data from the battleground states shows clinton has catching up to do. a storm brings rain to the east coach, a super system lands in the pacific. the typhoon bringing with it some of the heaviest winds ever reco recorded. new this half hour, a dramatic rescue caught on camera. >> taking seven officers and three good samaritans to free the driver of the truck. the heroic efforts that went into saving that man's life. and forbes magazine is out with its list of this year's highest paid television actresses. we're going to tell you who
the income did not come from her tv career. it's thursday, september 15th. ? ? from abc news, this is "world news now." >> highest paid telephov person you. >> it's not either one of us. i'm diane macedo. >> i'm kendis gibson. ll after recoup on the campaign trail today after recoerating from pneumonia. >> the return follows release of the health letter that declares her fit to serve as president. >> donald trump is sharing results of a recent medical exam making the big reveal on national fvgs. it's your voice, your vote. here's more now. >> reporter: a rare moment for donald trump. the outspoken gop nominee
stopped him cold in his tracks in a political attack. >> now hillary clinton -- >> mr. trump, i invited you here to thank us -- >> oh, oh, okay. >> not a political speech. >> oh, okay, that's good. >> reporter: wrapping up and leaving taking off for a rally in ohio. >> i don't know, phonfolks, you think hillary could stand here for an hour to do this? >> reporter: discussing health on a daytime talk show, and memb w over medical records to a tv doctor. he spoke with nbc. p. >> ichsz surprised, looked at them, processed quickly, and the doctor, my patient, they have good for a man of his age. >> reporter: hillary clinton rereesing information, but more details than trump's. she's on antibiotics to recocover from pneumonia, and the doctor says her physical exam was normal. she's back thursday back
new york's attorney general. they launched an inkwish ri into the foundation after the washington post reported trump had not donated since 2008 and 20,000 in funds bought a painting. they call it all a left wing hit job. there's a news week magazine questioning business ties with foreign groups, but his daughter says if he's president, the company will be put in a blind trust and turned over to children >> thank you. hillary clinton is holding a five point lead in the latest national poll, but donald trump pulled ahead. trump is on top in florida by three points, 47-44. the race is also tightening in ohio with clinton trailing trump by five points. tropical storm julia hits the carolinas this morning. forecasters say up to 4 inches of rain fall into friday.
street flooding and hay bring more to charleston, myrtle beach, and wilmington. there is a chance of tornados. >> the storm is expected to linger on the border. >> here's more on the track. good morning, justin. >> thanks. good morning to you as well. julia is in no hurry to move out to sea, just crawling around off towards the north very, very slowly, and this is going to produce more pounding surf along the carolina coastline, and also flooding and beach erosion and a large wave height and flash flooding. talking about the system here for the next couple days. north plains and upper midwest looking at the threat for heavy rain and flash flooding today and again for tomorrow and eventually this same storm system moves northeast over the weekend, over the interior on saturday, and towards the 95 corridor sunday with widespread travel delays. back to you. >> justin, thank you.
by hurricane strength winds. this video shows a number of vessels tossed around by the powerful waves of the storm yesterday. along the western coast of taiwan, the heavy winds knocked out power to thousands, and 's's tee ri has more. >> reporter: strongest winds on record, 190 miles per hour. a wall of water lashed the boats, pitching t the typhoon passed directly over taiwan wednesday. these ships crashed into each other, one almost entirely on its side. a motorist struck by a piece of debris. downed power lines crushing this car, toppling trucks, sending shipping containers tumbling. reports of over 25 inches of rain in 24 hours left streets flooded and mud slides blocking
densely populated eastern china packing winds e kwif lant of a category 3 hurricane with another typhoon behind it. president obama plans to reward myanmar's move to democracy. during a visit by a former political prisoner, the president planned to lift economic sanctions and restore trade to create benefits. they view the southeast asian achievement. she swept the elections last november. the white house has a plan to accept for refugees. by the end of the year, the u.s. would have accepted 85,000 and next year, the goal is 110,000, a 30% increase from this year. john keri briefed congress about the plan tuesday. new york city police want to question this man, a possible
traditional muslim clothing. on saturday night, she was walking in midtown manhattan when her blouse started burning. she said a man standing next to her had a lighter in his happen. the woman put the fire out and was not injured. ford is moving small car production to mexico, already building some there, but soon producing the max and focus there as well. they are expected to make larger no loss of american jobs, according to ford. there's more fallout over north carolina's law limiting protections for lgbt people. the atlantic coast conference removed all of its athletic championships from the state until that law is repealed including this season's acc football championship game which was set for charlotte in december. conference's exit follows the ncaa's move to relocate seven championship events because of the law.
>> it's pizza made by a robot. the company is called zoom pizza in silicon valley, and the robots are used to add pizza sauce, spread it, and put the pizzas in the oven. >> okay. more will be added to production soon to prepare dough, cheese, toppings, and cut the pies and put in boxes. zoom says those tasks are being automated so more money can be spent ingredients. >> but the pizza's still made in california. >> yes. >> not as good as new york pizza. sorry, california. >> what? >> sorry, california. nope. >> wow. you're starting a fight with 50 million people. >> it's official. >> california pizzas are good and california burritos. >> now we're talking. new details just in, more
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matter of 40 secs. unbelievable. police are looking for a black nissan they got away in. russian hackers released confidential information about olympic athletes for the second time now. they confirmed systems were hacked and personal data from 25 athletes was compromised. those athletes have not been named, but ten are americans. some of the information revealed records of exceptions for the athletes to use otherwise banned substances because of a verified medi debuted in pittsburgh. the city is ideal to test them with traffic problems and weather extreme so hail a robot-controlled ford fusion or volvo xc 90. our reporter took a ride in the driver's seat. >> that was crazy. the tractor trailer came at us, and i'm not driving the car.
cameras, seven lasers, and gps units with a backup operator in case there's a glitch as was the case there. two vehicles driven by humans triggered this crash in north carolina. >> a pickup truck and bus collided head-on trapping the pickup's driver and within minutes turning ten ordinary men into heros. >> reporter: this is video from a north carolina police officer's body for help. >> i need an ambulance and a fire truck here right now. >> reporter: the driver completely stuck in a truck after coming head to head with a school bus. >> the guy in the truck is pinned in, can't get out. >> reporter: see you desperate act of good samaritans working alongside police officers for minutes, a man there running from one side of the truck to the other to distinguish the flames. police tearing the door off,
>> i want to thank you as well. >> see their faces, three good samaritans and seven officers recognized publicly for heroism. the driver of the pickup truck is recovering in the hospital from injuries that are not life threatening, we're told. the driver of the school bus was cited for the accident. abc news, new york. updating a story from yesterday. now, remember the marathoners delayed by a train? well, they are out of the delay happened sunday in a marathon in pennsylvania. >> the train delayed runners for nine minutes, some used the race to qualify for the boston marathon. officials made the case to organizers in boston who said, sorry. >> no adjusted time will be accepted for the boston marat marathon. better luck to everyone next time, i guess? >> that's rough, though. >> yeah. >> ouch. when we come back, who topped the list of this year's
list of the world's highest paid television actresses. >> starting with number five, scandal's keri washington, 13.5 million with endorsement deals. >> tied for number four, gray's anatomy at 14.5 million, one of the first actresses to be launched by producer shanda. >> tied for fourth, order also at 14.5 million. >> third place, the mindy project at 15 million. >> and also -- thanks, brian. coming in second, the big bang here ree's kaley raking in 24.5 million last year earning a million dollars an episode. >> finally, top of the list? >> yeah, what is it?
a whopping $43 million last year, mostly from endorsement and licensing deals including a line of rooms to go furniture, coffee maker, and even has a line of nurse uniforms. >> really? >> yeah. nurse uniforms. >> not as a halloween costume? really? >> yes. >> all right. cool. next as if we needed more proof, fashion designers need a clue on women's footwear -- >> here you have it. bella tumbled yesterday landing on all fours on the runway for michael kors. >> wearing 6 inch open toed, opened heeled platform shoes, even more dramatic as you're on the ground, as you can see. >> of course, she might want to take lessons in walking in impossible shoes from lady gaga. the six-time grammy winner rocked new york fashion week in
a crop top, and apparently it's a micromini shorts and the boots taller than a birthday cake. >> latest reports indicate gaga managed to stay upright the entire evening, of course, not having to strut down the runway. >> that's easier. >> or wear normal sized shoes and stop making models walk around in 6 inch heels. >> i agree with you on that. all right. riders on a new york city subway system. >> the star is pregnant with her second child, but apparently, she's not getting a lot of love. she tweeted, quote, able-bodied riders who won't give your seat to a giant preggo, i'll just stand right next to your head and pray i go into labor. >> one guy had something to say
you can afford it, and i paid the same am as you for the subway ride. >> she responded, but fcc laws prohibit us from repeating what she said. she got the last word. finally, bill murray might be talking the subway or uber to brooklyn. >> tomorrow and saturday at 7:00 every night, the veteran actor will have a go at manning the it's a new brooklyn bar that's co-owned by his son, homer. >> no stranger to bar tending as he bar tended in a bar in austin a few years ago, but poured just tequila shots. that's the way to bar tend. >> might find this a bit more challenging since the cocktails are the creations of sam, who bar tended at the city's top restaurants. >> we want people to come in,
with mucinex, and enjoy living well. ? ? a texas a&m traveled to 1500 miles to see his music icon perform on stage in philadelphia. >> never expected to be on stage with bruce springsteen. here's abc's david wright. >> reporter: a rock n' roll wish granted by the boss himself, spotting a fan with a sign in philadelphia, it said, can a college kid play "no surrender"
traveling 1500 miles to be there. ? ? spring steen once sang a duet with a 3-year-old in new jersey. ? ? and danced on stage with his 91-year-old mother. this month's vanity fair, he describes his struggles with depression, writing, you've been and wherever you've been, it never leaves you, stillborn to run, sometimes with his fans right there by his side. david wright, abc news, new york. >> the kid's all right. he did good. >> yeah. >> okay, so she's not bruce springsteen yet, but she's on her way. >> "america's got talent" crowned a winner last night.
>> the 12-year-old collapsed on stage in tears after the announcement, and she's already amassed quite a fan base of millions of viewers watching her on facebook or youtube. ? your silly words ? ? i won't live in such a world ? ? because all your jokes and stupid gam ? they don't work ? >> not bad. >> good, actually. the young singer won the million-dollar prize and headlines show in vegas. simon cowell compared her to kelly clarkson. >> a sia quality to her voice. beautiful singer, wow. >> and stage presence. >> amazing for an adult, let alone a 12-year-old. congratulations. don't miss our updates on facebook. this is abc's world news
making news in america this morning, hillary clinton returns to the campaign trail today as both she and donald trump release new medical data. plus, why did a pastor interrupt trump at a church? we're live in washington. breaking overnight a cross country flight makes an unscheduled stop after new details coming in. tropical storm julia is swirling up the east coast bringing wind and rain. so where is she heading today? plus, a typhoon slams china sending a massive balloon rolling through traffic. caught on camera, a dramatic rescue after a fiery crash. the team effort. the result coming up.