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tens of thousands of people downstream from already flooded areas are being told to move to higher ground as rivers continue to rise. 35 deaths are now blamed on matthew in this country. russian president putin postponed a visit to france in an apparent disagreement over syria. he was scheduled to take part in the opening of a new russian orthodox church, but french leaders revised the visit saying it would be about syria instead, and putin backed out. tensions have been building since russia b resolution for cease fire. aleppo's humanitarian crisis gets worse and worse. amateur video shows a boy pulled from the rubble after the area was hit by an air strike. the child was carried by workers, but his is not known. at least 41 people were killed yesterday. back in this country, this might be a first for a walmart checkout line. >> reporte >> so she went shopping outside of provo, utah to pick up
>> great. >> felt contractions but thought baby would not arrive in the that afternoon. after all, she's done it before, right? >> been through this. it's okay. >> well, he had another plan. while mom was in the express lane, he decided to make an express appearance. her water broke, and after paying for her items, she gave birthright there in the aisle. i like she managed to pay for her item coupons, hold on one second. >> beep, beep. >> slow down. >> usually that sound is the heart rate monitor at the hospital, but that was a checkout scanner. . like, wait, i need those gummy bears. >> imagine being the person behind her. >> oh. >> come on. >> ten items or less, lady. >> now you're at 11. can somebody tell her?
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hits him with a taser. he was one of two men wanted for stealing $2,000 worth of clothing, allegedly. >> amazing. very fortunate that that's the least of what happened. >> that all could have gone so much worse. >> so much worse. to reno, nevada now, investigators invest gaiting a vehicle that plowed into columbus day protesters. >> some calling the attack racially motivated. investigating this terrifying moment at a columbus day protest in reno, nevada. a truck plows through a group of activists, reportedly hitting at least five people. some demonstrators calling it racially motivated. >> they were saying derogatory remarks against native american people. >> reporter: the protesters advocating for native american right, demonstratesing against observance of the columbus day holiday. as demonstrators marched on this
you can hear the driver honking and revving the engine. members of the crowd and people inside the vehicle appear to argue. you can hear strong words exchanged. in this video, some activists appear to threaten the driver. >> i'll tear you out of that car. >> and then the truck accelerates, driving right through the crowd. this witness saying it appeared an intentional attack. >> very much so. yeah. they sort antagonistic behavior. >> reporter: police reports they have found the driver. >> he's been located, contacted, and at this point, we are doing further investigation as to what happened. >> reporter: one woman was hospitalized for her injuries, but she's expected to recover, and innative american group involved in the rally is pushing police to file hate crime charges. kendis, diane? >> all right. our thanks to lauren lyster in
wrigleyville because of an incredible ending in baseball last night. looked like the giants and cubs would have game five. >> until the top of the 9th last night in san francisco when the cubs rallied from a 5-2 deficit, driving four runs across the plate taking a 6-5 lead. >> three giants struck out to end the game, and the party was on for the cubs and their fans. the cubs advance to the seconds straight national league cham they'll play either the nationals or the dodgers. >> this is the year. >> well, last year could have been the year too. who do you have in the -- do you have dodgers or nationals? you've been following that series. they play tomorrow night. >> oh, definitely, absolutely. are they in? >> yes. they play their decisive game five tomorrow in d.c. we wish the nationals luck. >> go cubs. >> and the cubs.
country star celebrates her best performance yet on "dancing with the stars" after highlights her most memorable year with a spotlight on domestic violence. >> she spoke with abuse of her first marriage and current husband's infidelities. >> reporter: from the outside looking in, actress turned country music sensation -- ? i got the boy ? ? and she got the man ? >> reporter: seems to have it all. >> my mom told me from day one, never let anyone steal your light from you, and i didn't listen to that. >> reporter: the 32-year-old speaking about the year she
victim of domestic violence. >> i remember thinking, i'm hiding in my bushes, how in the world did i get here? >> reporter: that was the night she says she was almost murdered by her first husband, michael gambino. >> what happened? >> he came home from a night out at the club and literally take me out of my bed and throw me on to the ground. he said he'd kill me, choke me, did all those things, and that was it. >> you felt like you came life? >> my grandpa's been my angel, and i prayed to him saying, i don't want to be here anymore because i don't know how to get out of this situation, so if there is a happier place, like, let me come to you or, either save me, take me from this place so i don't have to be here anymore because i don't know how to get out. and when -- when we were struggling, he choked me, i see
like, i literally have a flash of my whole life, and i just remember, like, i screamed out my mom's name, like, and that's the last thing i remember. >> reporter: she was just 19, a rising star, and she just landed her first major movie role. >> it was verbal, and then grabbing the arms, black eye, manipulating me to think it was my fault, and so many women in abusive situations feel like it's their reason for this, and the truth of th >> reporter: he was convicted of premeditated attempted murder. after five years in prison, he was out on parole. she lived in fear until she got the news that changed everything. >> i remember getting the call that he committed suicide, and i felt bad because my first feeling was relief, that he was gone. that i didn't have to worry about him anymore. >> reporter: after a second brief marriage and broken
found love with former nfl star, and in 2015, they married and had a daughter, but as she prepped for "dancing with the stars," news that rocked her world yet again. her husband's string of infidelities. >> he has publicly apologized. >> he is doing all the work that he's supposed to be doing right now, and i acknowledge that and see that. >> reporter: now she plans to use her platform and voice to starting with herself. >> through the heart ache, what are you coming away with? >> that i'm so much stronger than i ever thought was possible. i am worthy of a great love, and i know that i am truly enough, just me. >> our thanks for that interview. up believable bravery to come out and talk about this, so openly, especially given what she's dealing with now with her current husband, fairly recent.
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he spotted real life cat burglars who broke in, but bar issue was able to scare them away thanks to strider who took one morning off from the lazy routine. well done, strider. finally, our why is a very classic one this morning. police in the u.k. appealed to facebook followers asking why this chicken was crossing the row. seriously. the police division got the jaywalker in the rush hour this week, but so far, no one claimed the brave bird. several folks facebook with answers as to why he crossed the road in the first place. someone suggesting fowl play, and another said the chicken was being egged on. i personally think that he just missed his bus and was winging the morning commute. kendis, diane, what do you think? >> i don't know. i've been cooped up too long. >> that was mine! maybe he was just hungry and was peckish looking for a snack. >> he's no spring chicken, i'll
this morning on "world news now," donald trump doing things his way. >> after louisising support fro dozens of republicans, donald trump announces the shackles have come off. hillary clinton takes the stage with a familiar face in florida. >> frustration and fears in the flood zone. residents in the carolinas waiting for help, trapped by the morning, reports of lewders taking advantage of the scene. late breaking development after a teenage girl is shown tied up by a captor. the family of a missing girl believe it could be their daughter, and police announced what they've uncovered. >> and -- standing strong, the bridge that refused to give up.
a feeding frenzy over bridge-gate, and what brand new american folk hero, ken bone, had to do with it. all world colliding on this wednesday, october 12. on abc news, this is "world news now." >> did ken bone save the bridge? >> i think he went in and actually pulled the bridge down and saved the world, and then there was a crying side, crying to see the bridge go away, so, like, all the internet world came together. >> building or saving bridges all over. >> all over. >> thank you, again, ken bone. >> yes. we begin with donald trump kind of the opposite, raging against key members of his party. republicans who could use a bridge about now. >> uh-huh. to bring them together. he declared that, you know, unusual terms, declared himself unshackled and ripped into paul ryan and other republicans who defected or denounced hip after
2005. so far, 40 republicans revoked support, but trump says they don't know how to win. it's your voice, your vote. >> reporter: defiant in florida. donald trump says the shackles have been taken off. >> we have to investigate hillary clinton. >> reporter: and trump twitter tirade, set sights on the most powerful republican in washington, house speaker paul ryan who said he would not campaign for the gop nominee after his 2005 lewd comments about women came to light. trump called ryan a weak and ineffective leader. >> i wouldn't want to be in a fox hole with a lot of these people. that i can tell you. including ryan. especially ryan. >> i got that. >> reporter: clinton leading trump nationally in the latest poll by nine points took him on in battleground florida. >> i'm running against a guy who denies science, denies climate change, says it's a hoax created by the chinese.
nominee, al gore in miami, a man who knows more than anyone, any vote, especially in florida, votes count. >> your vote really, really, really counts, a lot. you can consider me as an exhibit a of that group. >> reporter: meanwhile, clinton's presidential pitch hitter, praucesident obama, was the ground in north carolina. as a first lady, senator, and my secretary of state, she knows what it needs and what it takes. responded to the twitter attack said ryan is focused on beating democrats, and all republicans running for office should do the same. kendis, diane? >> all right, thanks. president obama responded to the comments trump made in the recording in 2005 calling them repugnant while campaigning for clinton in north carolina, the president also slammed house speaker ryan and other republicans who condemned trump, but are still endorsing him saying they are trying to have
husband or a father to hear what we heard just a few days ago and say that's not right. you just have to be a decent human being to say that's not right. >> the president added that he believes in forgiveness and redemption, but said that doesn't mean he's going to elect that person president. the white house says the president is now considering a, quote, proportional response to russia's groups. last week, u.s. intelligence publicly blamed moscow for stealing e-mails from the initial democratic committee and others. the messages posted on three sites including wikileaks. they said it would not be acknowledged or disclosed. hurricane matthew's deadly flooding left behind was not enough, there's reports of looting in the areas hardest hit. the death toll climbed to at
more from the flood zone. >> ready lift, one, two, three. >> reporter: a race to rescue stranded residents in lumberton. >> come on with us. >> we were with residents rescuing their neighbor, a grandmother trapped since friday, her dog, shaking. >> i thought things would get better. they didn't. >> reporter: 75 miles from the coast, the small north carolina town now ground zero of a statewide flood emergency. >> there ain't no clothes, no shoes, no >> reporter: we were there as the sun and the flood waters rose. >> reporter: the entire part of the town is completely submer submerged, hundreds of homes in the area, the destruction is so vast that not even our drone can see the edge of this flooding. >> reporter: new evacuations ordered outside fayetteville after authorities discovered the wood lake dam leaking. first responders racing to
are superhero. >> reporter: the u.s. death toll now 35, and one man killed in an officer-involved shooting. police say he was hostile and displayed a hand give up in a flooded area. we have seen rescue boats coming and going in and out of the neighborhood all day. part of north carolina still under dangerous flood risk and will be at least for another three days. abc news, lumberton, north carolina. a gas explosion levelled two town homes chicago. utility workers repaired a gas leak in the village of romeoville when the blast took place sparking a huge fire. two workers were injured. one of them critically. no one was in the destroyed buildings when the explosion took place. residences were evacuated as precaution. there's a new plan to prevent gas leaks and explosions. starting in january, the government requires new or
to shut off gas automatically when the line is ruptured. the cost? $30. the fbi is reportedly investigating whether this deadly plane crash in connecticut was intentional. this morning's new york times reports the crash survivor told investigators it was not an accident. one person was killed when the small plane went down on main street narrowly missing a van. fbi and ntsb is looking into the crash. >> expected to be filed against sheriff joe arpaio. the charges come less than a month before voters decided if arpaio should get a second term. they issued a statement they were confident he would be exonerated and accused the obama administration for trying to influence the race. a mistrial declared in the case of two former new mexico police officers charged with mur. the judge announced the decision when the jury couldn't reach a verdict after three days of deliberations.
ill homeless man in 2014 setting off protests. the district attorney could still retry the case. autopsy results show an unarmed black man shot dead by tulsa police last month had pcp in his system when he died. the family says even if he was on drugs, he still did not deserve to die. here's clayton sandell. >> reporter: a medical crutcher was killed by tulsa police, his blood contained the drug, pcp, and the father of four, unarmed, when she was shot. >> looks like a bad dude, too. >> reporter: she said he was acting strangely, ignoring commands. >> she believes at this point because she is a drug recognition expert that he's on something. >> reporter: she shot him thinking he was reaching for a gun, but prosecutors charged her
involved p d point she overreac. pcp is said to create superhuman strength and odd behavior, but the family said it shouldn't have led to a death sentence. >> if he was under the influence of any substance, no way this is the proemappropriate way to tre him. >> reporter: they said she did not hear an officer said he was ready with a gun. shelby pled not guilty. lightening things up now with what might be the morning's best example of a hashtag fail. took place in little rock, arkansas. yeah. that's awesome. >> big explosion. >> and down she goes. down she goes. >> not so much. this was the attempt to implode the broadway bridge between
this blast, the bridge would fall, but it took more than that. >> yeah. five hours. five hours. before crews attached a cable and pulled the span into the orz river. the whole thing inspired the hashtag broadway bridge strong. that tweet included dear lord, elections are a mess, clowns are lurking, and hero. >> reporter: the broadway bridge, the new hero of america, ladies and gentlemen. imagine people standing there to watch it live, waiting for the collapse. >> thousands. >> and nothing. >> in person and on tv. >> five hours later, pulled down with a cable. >> watched a live broadcast, and it was two mitnutes late for th implosion, and then, boom, nothing happened.
all right -- >> weaving the stories together. >> everything coming together. ken bone's involved somehow. >> somehow. >> i'm sure. coming up, taking a look on the inside of trump's war room. what we're learning about kelly ann conway, the woman running the show, and how she was the first woman ever to run a republican presidential campaign. a chilling video on youtube for seven years, only now going viral, and now some are say a missing high school student who vanished seven years ago. we'll get new details now from police. remember to find us on facebook, wnnfans.com, and on twitter @abcwnn. you're watching "world news now." lulu's hair just floats. uhh help me! (doorbell) mom, check this out. wow. swiffer sweeper, and dusters.
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a washington state man plays police officer after two men steal a truck from the family's business when aaron off after it on his motorcycle and streamed the chase live on facebook. he followed them for an hour, and he eventually recognized the men. many watching online called police and caught the thieves 30 minutes out of tacoma. the driver told a friend loaned him the vehicle. a chilling youtube video that triggered an fbi investigation and raised questions about a 7-year-old missing person's case.
long shows a young man opening the door to a bathroom where a girl is lying on the floor apparently tied up and crying. >> i was clapping, met the most wonderful girl, and then we got tired of the mall, and i brought her back to my place. >> the video was uploaded seven years ago around the same time of the disappearance of 15-year-old kayla of wisconsin. >> just in this morning, the police department says the video connection to the disappearance of her. >> disturbing video, and it's a weird, weird case there. >> i feel there's a sense of relief there that, obviously, the video's fake, but you feel for the family that still has no answers in this missing person's case. >> that video went from 20,000 to a million views, and fbi was call in to help with the police department and that investigation, and it finally, this morning, came up with that.
it's called a miracle on the baseball diamond. after playing his first baseball game in the arizona fall league, tim tebow rushes to side of a map having a seizure. what happened next is something fans will likely never forget. first, we go inside the trump war room to meet the first woman to ever run a republican presidential campaign. what we're learning next. "world news now" continues
kellyan kellyanne, the first woman to run a republican presidential campaign. >> reporter: the 49-year-old mother of four leads the charge as her candidate is locked in a war of words. >> it's just words, folks. it's just words. >> children listen to what is being said. >> reporter: despite backlash and top tier republicans jumping ship. kellyanne conway stood firm with her candidate. kon way conway emerges for a tour of the tr >> hands on file, runs down the hallway to tell me. >> reporter: there's been a twitter storm today. if i can read you a tweet where he said, disloyalers are more difficult than crooked hillary. i will teach them. what is he going to teach them? is he waging civil war in the republican party? >> he means he's going to win. look, it's been disappointing to not have the support of the republicans and some of the leaders. >> reporter: conway is trump's
the ax. >> look, that's -- >> that's paul's? >> that's amazing. >> this is how hard you worked. >> if i clean, it's at home. >> reporter: talk about women in the context of the "access hollywood" tapes, dismissing tapes as locker room banter. if your son said those words, is that okay? >> grab them by the [ bleep ]. >> he said those words at 11, i'd wash his mouth out from soap and let's not look over what else he said. he said he was embarrassed. he hated saying it, and he apologized, and he did that several times now. >> when you're a star, they let you do it, do anything. >> whatever you want. >> grab them by the [ bleep ]. do anything. >> i was extremely disturbed by the tapes by calling it locker room talk, perpetuates an idea what he said was not important and somehow words don't mine anything and words don't have
>> reporter: she travels the country speaking to football teams about fighting rape culture and recemesents donald trump's implications that words were idle talk. >> perpetuating a culture of violation, that he's degrading and demeaning to women. he's not helping to keep us safe. >> reporter: what would you say to women out there who say after this tape, how could she? how could kellyanne conway work for donald trump? >> when he expressed humility, m forgiveness and mercy, and maybe had he not, it would be a a different situation. >> reporter: crowds outside trump tower not forgiving, waving signs about donald trump's so-called locker room talk. >> going to be a long 28 days, that for sure. >> reporter: abc news, new york. coming up, kellyanne conway will be on "good morning america" this morning at 7:00 a.m. >> yep.
starting off "the mix" this morning with a heart warming story. you're going to probably hate it. >> my heartless soul. >> but it's about a little boy with autism, 2 years old, lost his teddy bear in a trap toe park, so his mom took an bear and started a twitter account. >> yeah. >> dedicated to that. >> that's neat. >> turns out, a local news station saw the twitter account, the woman and her son at costco found teddy. >> didn't just buy another one? >> saw the report about the missing bear twitter account, and guess what? contacted the family, teddy and lucas were reunited live on facebook.
>> oh, my gosh! >> so cute, he cuddles up next to it. >> oh. >> the family says they tried to buy him replacement bears, but none would do. >> he knew. >> he knew. >> oh, cool. speaking of twitter, you know, ken bone has a twitter account, 154,000 followers now, but sweater, i know, ladies, you alwaysmented to know what's beneath the sweater. well, ken bone revealed it to the world yesterday. >> woah! >> hey, now. >> hey. >> he too big off the sweaters between interviews. do you forgive me? sweater season. man, did it just get hot in here, or is that -- is it just the ken bone?
breaking ken bone news, this just in, do we have the banner? on october 29th, ken bone tweeted, grandma dinner, no media. >> having dinner with grandma on the 29th. >> sorry, diane. >> i was really looking forward to it. on to pokemon go. not only has it apparently provided endless entertainment for people all over the world, but a new study by microsoft, we should add, has just found it's the study found that users generally walk about 26% more steps than they did before the app came into their lives. >> oh. interesting. >> 41 extra days of life. >> cool. look at this photo, can you tell who this is? this is in amsterdam. any guesses? nope. i couldn't figure it out, but it's a bad disguise by justin bieber there with the whole ken bone mustache.
this morning on "world news now," donald trump honing in on hillary clinton after spending the day clashing with fellow republicans. trump, overnight, trying to put attention back on his rival. battling with his party's establishment. details ahead. breaking overnight, two chicago area homes reduced to rubble after a massive explosion. authorities now fear a gas leak is to blame as a neg aims to prevent these potentially deadly accidents. new this half hour, a family overcome with joy as their little girl returns home. >> the 4-year-old abducted last weekend setting off a multistate amber alert is now back in the arms of her family. hear why they call her captor is good man. tim tebow lends a helping hand and perhaps a healing hand. the rookie minor league baseball star jumping into action to help
see what happened next and why his gesture may have made the difference. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> you should know better. there's no healing hand. >> i certainly don't have the power. i have been trying. >> i'm just doomed. tim tebow news later, but we start thisf the verbal warfare unleashed by self-proclaimed unshackled donald trump taking direct aim at his party's powerful players. >> after a ferocious twitter rant, trump continued to target paul ryan again last night telling fox news he doesn't care or want the house speakers support and blasted john mccain and other republicans who
he wouldn't want to be in a fox hole with them. your voice, your vote, and we're on the campaign trail. >> reporter: with donald trump's campaign in crisis, the republican nominee proclaiming on twitter he is a free man, quote, it's so nice that the shackles have been taken off me and can now fight for america the way i want to. at his rallies, once holding back, but now joining the crowd in their chant. >> locker room is right. no. >> reporter: he kept going. >> i have never been so ashamed of this country as what's go on with hillary clinton. >> reporter: issuing this warning. >> this is a movement like you've never seen before, and you will never see it again. if it doesn't happen on november 8th, it's never going to happen for our country. believe me, it will never happen again. >> reporter: a trump tweet storm attacking fellow republicans complaining it's hard to do well when paul ryan and others give zero support adding disloyal republicans are far more
they come at you from all sides. they don't know how to win. i will teach them. john mccain at his own debate asked if he'll vote for trump. >> so who you're going to volt for? >> i think i'm going to write in lindsay graham. he's a friend of mine, a lot of people like him, and, seriously, i can't vote for either one. >> reporter: mccain pulling support after this video, trump on a bus saying lets you grope women. trump tweeting, the foul mouthed senator john mccain begged for my support this his primary. i gave. he won, then dropped me over locker room remarks, and trump attacking clinton in this new ad. >> hillary clinton failed every single time as secretary of state. now she wants to be president. hillary clinton doesn't have the fortitude, strength, or stamina to lead in our world.
>> i will say this about hillary, she doesn't quit, she doesn't give up. i respect that. i tell it like it is. she's a fighter. i consider that to be a very good trait. >> reporter: so far paul ryan has not responded to the donald trump tweets, but highlighted republicans running for office who are principled, a proven track record, and are not complaining about a rigged system, and campaign sources say trump tweets about the shackles coming off and criticisms of paul ryan are one in the same message, donald trump is the anti-washington candidate. abc news, new york. meanwhile, hillary clinton hit the campaign trail in miami along with former president al gore. the clinton camp hopes it wins over millennials who care about that issue more than older voters. gore who lost the 2000 election by a few hundred votes reminded the crowd that every vote matters. >> your vote really, really,
you can consider me as an exhibit a of that group. >> gore urged the crowd not to support third party candidates who take away votes from clinton. if donald trump wins, he would create a climate catastrophe. breaking overnight, two town homes have been levelled after an explosion. a gas leak was being when the blast took place sparking a huge fire. one witness called the whole scene like something out of a movie. two workers injured, one critically, and no up was in the destroyed buildings when the explosions took place. several nearby residences were evacuated as a precaution. emergency rescues underway in north carolina because of flooding left behind my hurricane matthew. in the flood ravages community of lumberton 2,000 people rescued. tens of thousands of people downstream from already flooded
rise. at least 35 deaths are now blamed on matthew and its aftermath, and president obama signed a major disaster declaration for the entire state of south carolina. officials in bermuda are warned to prepare for hurricane nicole. it's reformed in the atlantic. a hurricane warning in effect for bermuda. it's a category 1 storm and expected to strengthen before reaching the island thursday. a 4-year-old girl is safe and back home days after police say she was kidnapped from her florida home. rebecca louis had an emotional reunion with her family in lakeland tuesday. amber alerts set off in five state, and she and the alleged kidnapper found in a memphis tennessee hospital. they had a message for everyone involved in the search. >> thank you for bringing me home. >> thank you for bringing me home. >> tell them, bye, bye, we're going home.
>> that's right. >> media, everybody else, don't bash matt, please. just be proud he did take care of her. this could have been a different situation if he was a bad person. >> matt, by the way, is the former first name of 31-year-old of west wild hog. he changed his name to that. he's described as a family friend, charged with kidnapping, and used to live with the family, but he was kicked out after pulling a gun on them. the cost of prescription drugs is skyrocketing, and not just for patients. the american hospital association says drug prices rose more than 38% per patient over two years. the group warns many hospitals may not be able to afford stocking drugs, and patients may be worse off not being able to pie pay for life saving medication. >> amazon is expandsing grocery business by opening brick and
produce, milk, and other perishables. shoppers can orders nonperishables for delivery. a lot of suggestions about what our halloween costumes should be here. and we know some of you out there think dressing up like a creepy clown is funny. >> well, the creepy clown thing is having a real-life effect on ronald mcdonald. >> yeah. >> he says the famous clown has a low profile because of those other clowns. >> in fact, the company even issued a statement saying its restaurants and franchises are mindful of the current climate of clown sightings in communities, and as such are being thoughtful in respect to ronald mcdonald's participation in community events for the time being. >> so no ronald mcdonald at your local mcdonalds for now. >> for now. >> maybe they should replace ronald mcdonald with ken bone. >> that would be the ultimate -- you know, for the longest -- i
are creepy clowns. never thought of ronald mcdonald as a clown, but now i see -- now -- >> he's not very scary. >> no. he's not. >> it's clear the difference, i think, between the creepy clowns like that good looking fella over there and ronald mcdonald who we saw on the commercials singing to us and such, but i think mcdonald's being sensitive on the issue, and, no, we're not dressing up as clowns, so stop suggesting that. keep the suggestions coming on twitter, give us the #wnncostume and let us know what you think we should be to win a mug. >> there's a lot of kim kardashians and kanye. >> we're not going to be kimye. >> we're not going to steal that idea. too soon? >> could tim tebow performed a miracle? that's how it's described after rushing to the side of a fan
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the new york times reports the pilot who survived the crash told investigators it was not an accident. a passenger was killed when the plane went down inches from a mother and kids sitting in their van. samsung is stopping production of the note 7s after several phones caught fire. >> customers who bought phones on samsung.com get a specially insulated box to return the phones. despite danger, customers told us they intend to keep using it. do it? >> yep. >> until then, sticking with? >> sticking with it. >> for those who are returning their phones, samsung says they'll get a full refund or any other model of samsung phone. tim tebow lends a hand and spirit to a fallen baseball fan. >> the former heisman trophy winner and current new york mets farm hand helped comfort a man
it happened during tebow's first arizona fall league game. he was signing post game autographs when a man in the stands collapsed, he put a hand on him, prayed with him as the e emts, worked on the man. it must have worked. after a few seconds, the man let out a gasp, and emergency workers took him to the hospital, and no word, however, this morning on his condition. and, you know, of course, new york media was already talking ab >> the tebow miracle. >> they call him the miracle met. he's a university of georgia fan, which is that an arch rival, and he found out, you're a bulldog, he said, you're kidding me, i don't know how to respond to that a. when we come back, why kim kardashian is keeping up with the tabloids.
? ? so we're going to kick off "the skinny" with kim kardashian suing an online gossip tabloid for libel. >> suing mediatakeout.com and the owner for three posts claiming she lied about being held up at gun point in the luxury hotel suite robbed of rob more than $10 million in jewelry including that $5 million ring shown off on instagram days before. faked the robbery by filed a fraudulent climb with the insurance company. >> reporter: she claims she's been revictimized, and the website has not responded to abc news' request for comment. next, across the pond, call him sir rod stewart. >> yes. ? ? i like the choice that we went with. the rock icon said he was on cloud nine after being knighted by prince william and recognized in the queen's birthday honors
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he happened to post online this photo r submerged houses, including the one on the right, own by navy vet, chris williams, who was trapped inside. >> it was so deep, the bottom floor was five feet underwater. >> reporter: a thousand miles away, chris' brother, craig, was trying to help by remote from austin, texas. >> around midnight, he called us, like, i'm trapped upstairs. >> reporter: after trying for hours to get through to 911, he when he saw this picture online, he begged the photographer for help. that's my brother's house. he's trapped upstairs. the photographer responded immediately and used the drone to track down a fema crew in the area and led their boat directly to the house. >> it was a blessing. you know, knowing that someone, you know, made it out alive. >> reporter: abc news, atlanta. >> how? so many questions. how -- >> unbelievable. >> what happened? how -- >> how -- the fact he was able to even find the house in the
but he said he could see his brother inside the house. the fact that the photographer got his message and responded. >> exactly. the fact they got the rescues over there. using the drone to get their attention. >> so many things had to go right in order for this to happen. you know, there's so many times we report on social media and bad effects from it. nice to show how it can be used for good as well. >> there were other victims of hurricane matthew in north carolina, by the way, they tried situation turning lemons, you might say, into lemonade, or in this case, fish into dinner. >> a family showed this video setting fishing lines off the front porch, and turns out, they caught themselves a couple cat fish. >> big one too. no word on whether or not the cat fish is history. >> whether it was actually dinner or not? >> yeah.
making news in america this morning, donald trump makes his first appearance since a day long twitter tirade taking aim at paul ryan as hillary clinton takes the stage with al gore. we're live with the latest. breaking overnight an explosion rocks a town house complex. new details on what may have caused it as investigators look through the smolder debris. a tractor trailer gets stuck with a freight train barreling toward it. see the dramatic collision. tim kaine to ttebow to the . helping a fan in the stands. what he's saying about that moment this morning. good wednesday morning. donald trump shaking up the establishment with a direct assault on its leaders.