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and after the isis attacks in november that killed 130, this man told us, we talk every day about the attacks that have happened and the attacks that will happen. just before the attack, france's president gave a speech, thanking the country's security forces. but he has warned that france is not finished with terrorism, and the country remains at its highest alert level. alex marquardt, abc news, paris. also new this morning, dozens of police officers dead after a truck bombing in libya. about 200 others were injured. it happened at a police base where recruits were training. no one is claiming responsibility. but a local islamic state affiliate is suspected. smugglers operating in libya also resort to violence. libya has been in chaos since moammar gadhafi was overthrown three years ago. >> so instead of the running of the bulls it's been the running of the bears on wall street this week. u.s. markets are off to their worst start in a long time because of problems overseas,
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where stock trading was halted twice this week because of big drops. this morning we can say the shanghai index was up and down before closing up 2%. and a good u.s. jobs report today could actually bolster the markets here. >> tonyia couch has a date in court this morning. she's the mother of the so-called affluenza teen brought back to texas yesterday. couch will be arraigned on charges she helped her son flee to mexico. ethan was convicted of killing four people while driving drunk. ayew tube video allegedly shows him violating his probation. he remains in mexico fighting extradition. >> on the other side of the country, donald trump packed a full house last night in burlington, vermont. thousands of trump supporters waited for several hours in the cold as well as hundreds of protesters. it came as trump unleashed a new attack on the clintons with a new ad challenging hillary clinton's record on women's rights saying she enabled the former president during his sex scandals.
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trail in iowa refusing to take the bait. >> it hasn't been a very pretty picture for her or for bill because i'm the only one willing to talk about his problems. >> and are you worried that your past could hurt your wife's campaign? >> i don't have a response. if he wins the republican nomination, we'll have plenty of time to talk about it. >> you know, it really is a distinct possibility actually. just yesterday, "time" magazine put trump on their cover with the headline "how trump won." >> well, in the meantime, trump is also throwing punches at his closest competitor in the gop race. we're talking about ted cruz. he's again raising the question of whether the canadian born senator is eligible to hold the nation's highest office and now trump is finding an unexpected ally on capitol hill. abc's tom llamas is on the campaign trail in iowa. >> reporter: as senator ted cruz drove through iowa today, donald trump tweeted him a helpful message -- "ted, free legal
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on citizen issue. go to court. you will win." the senator's answer. "thanks, but no thanks." >> i'm not going to be taking legal advice any time soon from donald trump. >> reporter: trump relentlessly jabbing cruz for being born in canada. cruz is a natural born citizen? >> i don't know, to be honest. >> reporter: and now, he's finding an unexpected ally in senator john mccain, someone he insulted last summer. >> he's not a war hero. >> he's a war hero. >> five and a half years -- >> he's a war hero because he i like people who weren't captured. >> reporter: but despite their bad blood, mccain says he agrees with trump that cruz has some explaining to do. >> i think there is a question. i'm not a constitutional scholar on that, but i think it's worth looking into. i don't think it's illegitimate to look into it. >> reporter: mccain's comments, particularly notable since he, too, was born outside the u.s., and faced questions about whether he was fit to be president. but mccain says his situation is different, because he was born
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the panama canal zone. senator mccain is questioning whether legally, if you can become president. do you have a problem? >> oh, listen. it is no surprise, everybody knows that john mccain is going to endorse marco rubio. >> reporter: when he tells his life story, cruz talks about growing up in texas. >> so, i grew up in texas. >> reporter: he moved there when he was 4. but he never says anything about canada. which surprised some supporters. >> i was surprised today, when he went through his bio, he just jumped right over that. i wanted him to speak to that, and he didn't. >> reporter: so, you think he should explain how he was born in canada and why? >> well, at least just mention it. >> reporter: and we did speak with constitutional scholars. the general consensus is cruz is eligible to be president. the supreme court has never ruled on this issue. if cruz were to take this to court, the experts tell us, he would win. tom llamas, webster city, iowa. >> cold and rainy in iowa. >> that issue is gaining traction.
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>> now this story. a seemingly frantic doing in massachusetts did its best imitation of lassie running for help to save a friend in danger. >> except that friend wasn't a danger like lassie's owner timmy. it was another scottish terrier like himself, jock and anna bell had run off into the woods near their home where they were missinging for hours. police tracked down jac but they couldn't find young annabelle. >> jac led them to an embankment where a shivering annabelle was trapped at the bottom of a ravine. they rescued her. both dogs are safe and at home this morning. >> i think that's a really cool story. for the rescuers let the dog lead them you know. >> yes, towards it. >> especially for little dogs like that, you want to cuddle them up. >> annabelle's last name is skywalker skywalker. annabelle skywalker. >> coming up "insomniac theater."
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with the man who was so moved that he cried. >> a california man is behind bars for setting a string of fires targeting the grooms men from his wedding. >> this is amazing. it all happened after his marriage fell apart. apparently he was disappointed in his friends' lack of support. abc's gio benitez has that story. >> reporter: a groom who says he was scorned leading to accusations of a bizarre trail of property scorched. joshua van bus kirk is in a california jail after police say he confessed to an arson spree allegedly fueled by anger after his divorce. among his targets three of his own groomsmen. he's accused of throwing malla to have cocktails at their homes and cars leaving behind a twisted clue, joker cards like in the batman movie. >> leaves a calling card. >> suspected arson one in october, a grooms men's truck,
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set on fire. suspected arson two, december 23rd, another groomsmen's truck lit on fire. christmas eve, a groomts men's fence catching on fire. extinguished before reaching the house. and that same night, van bus kirk's long-time friends' garage door set on fire. thankfully not reaching the rest of the house with the wife and kids inside. >> what really broke the case were the cards. >> van bus kirk arrested christmas eve. police telling abc news, he confessed to all of the arsons. in a jailhouse interview with fox station ktvu, van bus kirk says he's innocent. though he does say he was upset with his friends after his divorce. >> i'm here. because within the last three to four months of me going through all of this turmoil in my life, they haven't been there for me. >> reporter: police say they found plenty of evidence at his house and that they have the right joker in jail. >> i honestly believe if we didn't get him in custody, that
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would have been victims of arson, as well. >> reporter: gio benitez, abc news, new york. can't believe he's divorced. seems like such a likable guy. >> he's available. >> yeah. >> coming up, the perfect match. finding love in the operating room who this is a good story. this is about people who love each other. a liver donation from the heart. you're watching "world news now."
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i don't care too much for money money capital buy me love >> money can't buy you love but maybe you could donate an organ for it. >> maybe. a nursing assistant outside chicago found herself in need of medical assistance. who stepped in but a former marine, always a marine. she never even met. abc's david muir with their story. >> reporter: the story begins with heather krueger a nursing assistant outside chicago who needed emergency help herself. her liver was failing. >> i was lucky to find someone who was selfless and put himself out there for me. >> reporter: because that is man next to her had never met her but went for tests to see if he was a match. >> if i was in that situation, i would want somebody to help my family.
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and then started going through the testing to see if i was a match. >> reporter: he was and he remembers calling heather the first time they talked. >> i called her on the phone and i said hey, i'm a match. let's do this. let's get it done. >> reporter: spoken like a true marine and soon donating part of his liver. heather and chris in the hospital. he was helping a perfect stranger but they would become fast friends. >> you're laughing together through the whole thing making fun of each other how we looked. we were there for each other. >> reporter: months in recovery and just weeks ago, trading the hospital for this horse carriage. >> he had a horse and carriage ride planned. he got down on one knee told me he had a question for me. and i totally lost everything he said after that. >> reporter: she broke down in tears. >> then he asked me if it was a yes. and, of course, i said yes. >> i have no regrets. i would do it again in a heart beat if i had to. >> david muir ta, abc news, new york. >> that's a good story.
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>> and to quote this guy right here, he says now he can't liver without her. >> thanks for ruining it. >> liver without her. you see, because it was a liver donation. >> we get your horrible funny joke. it's not funny. >> it's funny. >> don't go anywhere. >> why do you hate on our jokes. >> we're goi to talk about some new movies. r ya? ugh. my sinuses are killing me. yeah...just wait 'til we hit ten thousand feet. i'm gonna take mucinex sinus-max. too late, we're about to take off. these dissolve fast. they're new liquid gels. and you're coming with me... wait, what?! you realize i have gold status? do i still get the miles? new mucinex sinus-max liquid gels. dissolves fast to unleash max strength medicine. start the relief. ditch the misery. let's end this.
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it is time for "insomniac theater" which means it is time to check out what's hitting the box office this weekend. >> we have two movies that take place in the woods. i should be a movie critic. one is apparently very good and the other one's not faring well. we'll start with the revenant" written and directed by al hand droed who won the best picture oscar last year for "birdman." it stars leonardo dicaprio as
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glass attacked by a bear left for dead by a former confidante. in his quest for vengeance, he's fighting the whole time for survival. >> wow. as we lead up to the oscars this one definitely in the running getting a lot of praise. minneapolis star-tribune calling it a brooding western on an epic scale. it will surely be ranked as one of the great films of this decade. listen to this next one, calvin wilson of the st. louis post
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everything else playing at multiplexes in the shade. there you go. >> we'll see. next, "the forest" a horror film starring natalie eoin macken her character goes looking for her identical twin sister who disappears in japan and discovers can her sister was last seen in a forest. a real place where many who enter do not make it out known as suicide forest. >> okay. that's weird. why is that happening? >> iron deposits in the mountain. it's crazy, huh? >> look. people sometimes see things in the forest. important to remember. if you see anything bad, anything strange, it is not real. okay. >> it's not there. >> i'm already bored. so is michael phillips who says it's roughly 40 minutes of story surrounded by 45 minutes min
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and one says "the forest" is one of those movies that starts with an intriguing idea but has no idea what to do with it. >> yikes. all right. that is our news. >> oscar nominations next week
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this morning on "world news now," relentless political attacks from donald trump. >> some insiders say he is throwing the kitchen sink at bill and hillary clinton as' tracts rock concert sized crowds. the response from the clintons. >> safety questions after salt miners got stuck deep underground for ten hours. the challenging rescue and the conditions in the country's deepest salt mine. >> all in the family, the grandmother in her 50s who carried and delivered her daughter's baby. the amazing bond and their
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>> and later, fido forever. the big business of cloning pets. who is paying as much as $100,000 to re-create a favorite dog or cat? the believers and critics speaking out on this friday, january 8th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> good friday morning. it is friday. we made it. happy day. i'm kayna whitworth in for reena ninan. >> i'm kendis gibson. do you remember what you were doing a week ago at this time? feels like it was a year ago. >> exactly at this time, i cannot remember. >> exactly. that means it was a good new year's. exactly. we're already one full week into the new year and we can wrap it all up with big money, of course, with the powerball. >> that really has been the top story all week long along with the actual campaign you're starting. it feels like the campaigns have been going on for a long time. >> only 24 days till the caucuses in iowa and you can get that sense on the trail.
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who is packing the house in vermont last night. >> it is really unbelievable. in one of america's bluest most liberal states, want to show you the scene yesterday. look at that. this is in burlington. thousands of trump supporters lined up in the cold while more than a thousand miles away, former president clinton stumped for his wife hillary. >> trump unleashes a powerful new attack on the clintons. jon karl is on the campaign trail in vermont. >> reporter: hundreds of his supporters waited hours in the cold to see him in vermont, donald trump dropped this bomb on hillary clinton. >> women's rights are human rights. >> reporter: a trump campaign video, featuring clinton with disgraced congressman anthony weiner, bill cosby, and trump is challenging hillary's records on women's rights saying she enabled the former president during his sex scandals. >> it hasn't been a very pretty picture for her or bill. because i'm the only one that's willing to talk about his problems. >> reporter: but bill clinton
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campaigning in iowa, he refused to respond to trump. even when a reporter asked him three times. >> are you worried that your past could hurt your wife's campaign? >> i don't have any response, if he wins the republican nomination, we'll have plenty of time to talk about it. >> reporter: in washington, the white house came to hillary clinton's defense. >> her commitment to fighting for justice and equality for women, not just in the united states, but around the world, is second to none. >> reporter: as the clintons try to ignore trump "time" magazine put him on their cover. the headline? "how trump won." here in vermont, the trump phenomenon was on vivid display. the rally is in a theater down there. it doesn't start for another four hours. but as you can see, there's already a line of people here, as far as the eye can see, extending for at least two more blocks. this is one of the most liberal cities in america but out here it almost looked like trump territory. >> what about you, what brings you out here? >> i'm angry. i think he's going to be the next president. >> making america great again,
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>> inside the rally there were scattered protests which didn't seem to boger trump all that much. the venue only holds 1400 people but the trump campaign gave out some 20,000 tickets so not everybody can get in. as a result what the trump campaign decided to do was to allow only those who are confirmed supporters of donald trump. in a statement he said they are loyal to me and i am loyal to them. jonathan karl, abc news, burlington, vermont. >> planned parenthood is endorsing a presidential primary candidate. not surprisingly it is hillary clinton. they say reproductive rights and health care on the ballot this year and no other candidate has demonstrated such a strong commitment to these issues. clinton's rivals in the democratic contest also embrace planned parenthood's agenda. planned parenthood at the center of what democrats are calling political theater.
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their passage of the bill that repeals obamacare and funding for planned parenthood. previous efforts were blocked by democrats but the white house is saying it's pointless. the president will vee it and and republicans don't have the vote to override it. >> the republican governor of mayor is in hot water. asked what he's doing about sxwans in his stage, governor paul page said the problem is caused by drug dealers from other states. >> these are guys that are named smoothie, shifty, these type of guys that come from connecticut and new york. they come up here. they sell their heroin, then they go back home. incidentally, half the time they impregnate a young white girl before they leave. >> okay. just going to leave that for you to digest at this hour. in an e-mail to abc news, the governor's spokesman says he was not talking about race. he says race is irrelevant.
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republican party aren't commenting, neither is chris christie's campaign. the two governors are friends. >> federal agents say they've arrested two people with ties to isis in separate incidents. in sacramento, a man was arrested accused of trying to travel to syria to fight with the terror organizations. in houston a 24-year-old iraqi man charged with providing material, with material support to isis. although similar, the feds have yet to link the two arrests. also this morning, france is on the highest alert after police shot and killed a knife-wielding man pledging his allegiance to isis. he stormed a police station wearing what turned out to be a vest with fake explosives making threats. investigators are treating the incident as an act of terror. of course, it coincided with the first anniversary of the massacre at the "charlie hebdo" satirical newspaper.
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street now, more turmoil from market mayhem. stock prices plunged again yesterday nearly 400 points for the dow and the worst ever start to the year for the s&p 500. oil hit its the lowest level in almost 1 years because of worry about china's economy and what that means for the entire global economy. >> the silver lining is we could take a step back. it's only the beginning of january. we've got a long way to go. there's a lot of economic data that can help this market. >> and some of that economic data comes later this morning with the december jobs report. economists expect that to be good news. showing again that the u.s. economy is in good shape. the will be that left 17 miners trapped deep inside a salt mine for ten hours has a history of failures including one this past saturday. that's according to federal records and this morning, those miners they're all safe. obviously grateful for the extreme efforts that set them free. here's abc's gio benitez. >> reporter: deep beneath the
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ordeal. 17 miners in a shift change. the third crew of the day. trapped 900 feet underground as they went into the deepest salt mine in north america. the mine's owners believe as the elevators lowered into the mine, 2,300 feet deep, a steel beam became loose, stopping the elevator and keeping it there. the temperature dropping to 15 degrees. the miners stuck in that shaft just as cold. >> they huddled together. they did what they could do to keep each other warm and keep each other's spirits up. it's very impressive to see how well they managed the situation. >> reporter: teams above sending down blankets and heat packs. after so many hours a massive crane lowering a basket down to bring the miners up in small groups. good news for the lucky 17. and the fire department says this is one of the toughest rescues they've ever had. all of the miners are now home. they are okay. but nobody is going back into that salt mine until the problem
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gio benitez, abc news, lansing, new york. long ten hours there in lansing, new york. thanks, gio. the sun made a brief appearance in california before new rounds of rain this weekend. another powerful storm hit coastal areas yesterday flooding low lying streets and threatening oceanfront homes in malibu. look at that. it came one day after the week's strongest storm drenched the state and much of the southwest collapsing roofs, blooding homes as well as businesses. the storms stirred up waves up to 60 feet high. >> of course. look at those people riding them. >> hang 20. >> that's amazing. > that is awesome. a professional surfer was injured though at the world famous surfing spot mavericks which is just south of san francisco. look at those waves. this el nino storm system is threatening the middle of the country. justin pro vick at accuweather. justin. >> kayna and kendis, good morning to you, as well. it's a wet start throughout the
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some heavy rain later on in the day from d.c. all the way northbound into boston. there could be icing over the interior regions, as well. later on this weekend, all the storminess going on out west has to move east. we're looking at a big storm here with soaking showers and gusty thunderstorms which will create a lot of travel delays into the southeast. kayna and kendis, back to you. >> justin, thank you so much for those of you who enjoy driving around with a red and white try accal on their car, there's now hut swag. it's a whole clothing line from pizza hut includingtitis, sunglasses t-shirts. one reads pizza is bae. a term of endearment. >> there's the stay cheesy hat. be prepared to deep dish out anywhere. >> yogi's love pizza. >> they do. >> to 170 for these fashion plate accessories.
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federal government has some new guidelines over what we eat. there is some controversy surrounding some of the recommendations however. critics saying they don't go far enough. abc's david kerley has more. you'll want to eat more vegetables, fruits, whole grains and seafood, if you want to meet the new government guidelines. but some earlier advice is gone. now, the limits on cholesterol, removed. good news for the egg industry, eat as little cholesterol as possible. and a strong warning against too much added sugar. the new guidelines say no more than 10% of your daily calories. that's 200 calories, which means if you drink one 16 ounce bottle of soda a day, you have maxed out on your daily sugar intake. the government says we should lower our salt intake to no more
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coffee, three to five cups a day is okay. and alcohol? one drink a day for women, up to two for men. but most controversial, the administration ignored government scientists and says lean meat is part of a healthy diet. >> even lean meat is associated with a higher risk of cancer. the meat industry has a lot of political power. they do not want the guidelines to say eat less meat. >> reporter: how effective are these recommendations? even the government admits, most of us ignore them. david kerley, abc news, washington. a texas woman in her 50s has given birth to her own granddaughter. acting as a surrogate for her daughter anson gnaw tracey thompson delivered a healthy six pound 11 ounce girl named kelsey on wednesday afternoon. the parents had gone through several infertility treatments. thompson was happy to carry the baby for her daughter and didn't
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>> she said if i can't carry my own baby, would you carry it for me. of course, i would. not dreaming that i would actually be doing it. >> thompson was seven years past menopause but she was able to carry the baby because new medical advances in reproductive technology and so she had to take hormone therapies and things like that. >> just so she would be able to do it. i wonder what the young child is going to address grandmother as. >> it will still be grandma. what a story to tell. >> fantastic story to tell. >> coming up in our next half hour, super jackpot strategy as the powerball jackpot blans to over $700 million, everyone is dreaming what they would do with that kind of money. if nobody wins this time, there could be a bion dollar winner. >> first pet owners shelling out thousands to clone their pets. is it safe?
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how much is that doggie in the window the one with the waggly tail >> modern day hits there. you might be surprised to learn that some people are paying as much as $100,000 for a dog. >> that's a lot of money, right? but it's not just any dog. their current or old dog. it's the business of cloning your dog and it is booming. we are up "up all nightline"" with abc's pie ron pitts. >> reporter: laura and richard have been waiting for this moment for months. >> oh, my god. it's a miracle. it's just a miracle. >> reporter: the birth of their precious puppy. >> you can't see my smile through the mask.
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joy isn't exactly brand-new. >> it's got the same white paws. it's got the same nose. >> the same white on his nose. >> the same patch on his chest. >> reporter: it's a clone. laura and richard paid $100,000 to a south korean biotech company to re-create dylan, their 8-year-old boxer who died of a brain tumor this summer. >> it was an amazing dog. it was so soft. never in his life would he greem of the slightest growl. >> reporter: the dna that made him was harvested 1 days afteter the donor ditd making history. >> sort of a personal know how regarding the method and best cloning a dog. >> reporter: pet cloning is becoming a big business. the seoul scientists say they've cloned over 700 dogs with a 40% pregnancy success rate. there's a reality show about the process, the tlc series "i
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for many grieving pet owners it's a way to connect with their furry loved ones who passed over to the other side. danielle told dan harris that cloning her dog trouble was worth every penny. >> i couldn't believe it. it's amazing. everything is the same. everything. even his personality is the same. what trouble used to do, he does. >> his name is double trouble. >> yeah. first one's trouble. second one is double. >> reporter: but critics have major concerns. they say there are tons of other potential pets out there looking for homes. but laura and richard seem like perfectly happy customers. >> we know it's not dylan and just to get that piece of dylan, i mean, i will be able to see dylan's face and just having that part of him like a member of his family just means the world to us. >> reporter: byron pitts, abc news, new york. >> okay.
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>> tater. i adopted her in idaho. like it's idaho potato. oh, there she is. >> she's not smiling. >> can you stop the growling? seriously. >> would you clone tammy? >> i certainly wouldn't clone you. that's for sure. but there's so many d dogs up for adoption, please adopt dogs. that's how i got tater. sinuses are killing me. yeah...just wait 'til we hit ten thousand feet. i'm gonna take mucinex sinus-max. too late, we're about to take off. these dissolve fast. they're new liquid gels. and you're coming with me... wait, what?! you realize i have gold status? do i still get the miles? new mucinex sinus-max liquid gels. dissolves fast to unleash max strength medicine. start the relief. ditch the misery. let's end this. >> i'm alex trebek. if you're age 50 to 85, this is an important message. so please, write down the number
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who by the way was thrilled. he did tell his financial adviser. >> smart man. did he also call his divorce lawyer ahead of time before telling her. >> no, no, the wife was thrilled. he's a good guy. father of three. >> there's a really pretty picture from montreal. this is a highway camera. whoa, here goes a snowy owl just down from the arctic circle. now, many at the mcgill university in montreal say it's probably a young female probably looking for a place to perch but look at that beautiful picture captured january 3rd there off a major highway in montreal. >> that really is cool. >> now you know what we do? we polka. >> the polka. >> hey, news got you down? come on, let's polka. politics foreign wars all the weather, all the scores that's the "world news now"
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this morning on "world news now," market mayhem. the financial tail spin that started in china and sent investors into a selloff worldwide. the latest uncertainty this morning before wall street's opening bell. attack mode. donald trump attracting huge crowds in new hampshire, takes aim at bill and hillary clinton while giving gop challenger ted cruz legal advice. and new this half hour, classroom challenge. >> okay, there are four sets of twins in kindergarten in the same school. why teachers have their hands full and why some parents want
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>> understandably. and later in "the skinny," justin timberlake in trouble. his song "suit and tie" was a real hit. of course. now someone else says he copied it. what do you think? it's monday -- or it's friday, january 8th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> making sure that you're on your toes and you realize that it is friday. >> you're here to terrify everyone. >> i'm kendis gibson, everybody. >> and i'm kayna whitworth. our top story this morning is wall street. really got off on the wrong foot this year. >> we're keeping a close eye on the markets overseas at this hour. it's the worst start for the dow since 1896. the worst ever for the brother s&p 500. >> so you can blame the hit to your 401(k) on china. abc's marci gonzales has details. >> reporter: wall street stocks
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points, officially putting the market into correction territory. >> this is a weird start to 2016. >> reporter: it was the worst day for the dow in three months as troubles in china's economy sent jitters across the pacific. china's stock market slipped about 7% thursday after its currency fell to its lowest level against the dollar since march, 2011. trading in china was automatically halted setting off another slump in asian and european stocks. >> that will probably translate into further problems here in the u.s. markets. >> reporter: oil prices plunged along with stock prices hitting their lowest level in 12 years. >> people are just not buying commodities. that suggests there are big problems in the global economy that we may not know about. >> reporter: what does this mean long-term for the small investors? experts say don't panic. >> just go out to a movie or something and don't worry too much about this. >> the silver lining is we could take a step back.
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january. we've got a long way to go. >> reporter: but that may be easier said than done for nervous stockholders. marci gonzales, abc news, new york. another vital gauge of the economy is last month's jobless rate. it was released this morning. could be encouraging. analysts predict there were 210,000 hires during the holiday rush in december and the unemployment rate fell to around 4.9%. so just last week, applications for unemployment fell by 10,000 showing the job market is strong. >> i should point out the asian markets had a volatile morning so far. so things could be rough on wall street, as well. we turn now to politics and donald trump upping the ante in the green mountain state. his rally yesterday in burlington, vermont, drew hundreds of protesters but thousands of supporters as he unleashed a new attack ad on hillary clinton. abc's kenneth moton with more. >> reporter: in one of the most liberal cities in the country, hundreds of supporters stood in line and in the cold for hours to see gop presidential
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so you are very, very lucky tonight, i hope, right? >> reporter: trump filled a 1400 seat venue in burlington, vermont, the place that elected bernie sanders. but his campaign doled out 20,000 tickets. trump delivered more one-two punches at his rivals including hillary clinton. >> i must say i have my mind-set on hillary. i do have my mind-set. >> women's rights are human rights. >> reporter: earlier in the day, trump dropped this bombshell campaign video attacking clinton on women's rights showing her with disgraced congressman anthony weiner and bill cosby. then this image of former president bill clinton with monica lewinsky. the clintons refused to take the bait. >> i don't have a response. if he wins the republican nomination, we'll have plenty of time to talk about it. >> reporter: gop rival ted cruz is also trying to ignore trump who raised questions about his
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trump advising the texas senator born in canada to an american mother go to court to clear up the matter. >> i'm not going to be taking legal advice from donald trump. >> reporter: trump may have a point. constitutional legal scholars told abc news, it appears cruz is in the clear but the issue is still unresolved. kenneth moton, abc news, washington. this morning, french investigators are treating a foiled attack outside a paris police station as an act of >> terry:. officers shot and killed a knife-wielding man pledging allegiance to isis after threatening them wearing what turned out to be a vest that had fake explosives. but the incident coincided with the first anniversary of the massacre at the "charlie hebdo" satirical newspaper. >> back here at home, federal agents say they've arrested two people with ties to isis in two separate incidents. first up in sacramento. a 23-year-old iraqi man arrested accused of trying to travel to syria to fight with terror organizations. in houston, a 24-year-old iraqui man was apprehended and charged
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to isis, as well. although similar, the feds have yet to link the two arrests. both men were refugees. one entering from syria sparking new criticism, of course, from republicans that the u.s. isn't doing enough to screen refugees. the mother of the so-called affluenza teen will be arraigned this morning in texas. tonya couch is accused of helping a felon, her son, ethan, avoid apprehension. she was brought from los angeles yesterday in handcuffs and leg irons. ethan remains in mexico fighting extradition. her attorney says the $1 million bail is unreasonable and wants it reduced. oklahoma is experiencing dozens of earthquakes this week. some blame the swarm on fracking in the region. the two largest came 30 seconds apart wednesday night here near the oklahoma, kansas state line. the quakes were felt in
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kansas state inspectors checked bridges and other infrastructure for damage. all they found were three broken water mains and cracks in some buildings. insurance agents in the region have been getting inquiries about earthquake insurance. >> it's not earthquakes in the west that's the problem. california finally catching a break from those el nino fueled storms at least for the moment. the big concern right now is mudslides. all that rain has saturated the ground under many homes and another wave of rain is on the horizon. here's abc's matt gutman. >> reporter: those storms generating monstrous waves. lapping at these homes in malibu. heavy seas gobbling up this street near san diego. that rock slide closing a yosemite highway. all of it whipped up by three consecutive el nino storms in as many days. in petaluma, california, this truck flipped over, trapping a woman inside her car. rescuers diving into the murk to free her. she survived. in the mountains, the snow blinding. from near flagstaff, arizona, to california.
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than we got all last season. >> knocking out power to the ski town of big bear. >> this river was about three feet over my head. yet the drought here persists. all the rain the past week enough to last the city of los angeles for just six days. matt gutman, abc news, los angeles. so the storms from el nino also are moving across the country. >> and they're having a wonderful effect in the dakotas. take a look. some areas got more than a foot of snow. the biggest snowfall there this season. it however caught the folks at fargo's airport by surprise. when they ran out of deicing liquid canceling flights. now more snow is on the way. accuweather's justin povick is covering it for us. justin, good morning. >> kayna and kendis, good morning to you, as well. we're tracking wet weather for a change over the northeast. it's been quiet the past couple of days as these showers work their way north and eastbound. we're concerned about roadway travel delays and the potential
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shading, as well. speaking much -- of wintry weather, we're going to have our hands full with the plowable snow setting up this weekend over the midwest with gusty winds and treacherous travel. kayna and kendis, back to you. >> thank you. so kindergarten teachers at this school in wisconsin seeing double everywhere they look. >> yeah, there are four sets of twins among the 63 first year students. ah. twins account for about 3 in every 100 births in this country. southview elementary has one in eight in the kindergarten class there. none are identical twins and three of the four sets are split up into different classrooms. >> we did give the parents the option to have them together or separate. and three out of the four sets wanted them separated because they knew there were behavior issues when they were together. >> okay. maybe it's something in the water in wisconsin. there are two other sets in the same town's kindergarten. wow. just last spring, five sets of twins graduated high school together. just 35 miles from chippewa
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>> twins everywhere. i think it's kind of cool though. my grandmother is an identical twin. my mother-in-law is a twin. >> which means you're having -- >> which means my sister-in-law may be having twins. >> you're hoping your sister-in-law. we'll see. coming up in "the skinny," our first look at the entire cast of the highly anticipated "full house" remake. >> also ahead, the record powerball jackpot drawing tomorrow night. why these giant prizes might be getting harder and harder to win. >> a health alert about pizza delivered to your home and the warning has nothing to do with the pie. you're watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" weather, brought to you by lysol. "world news now" weather, brought to you by lysol.
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okay. so you can add pizza boxes to the list of things that could be harmful to your health. the fda banning three chemicals used in those boxes saying they could cause cancer and birth defects. the chemicals are used as a sealant to keep pizza grease from oozing through the box. but it turns out those sealants can be absorbed by the pizza. >> i remember guys in college that made furniture out of the boxes. concerning. mcdonald's is modernizing their packaging with big bold colors and made with eco-friendly materials. the company says that its new look is part of its new plan to be a modern and progressive burger company. mcdonald's also says it is committed to making sure all of its packaging is made with recyclable materials by the year 20/20. >> thanks for that. so in case you haven't heard and they've been trying to keep it a secret, the next powerball
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jackpot in american history rolling over some 18 times since november 4th. >> you can't wrap your head around the numbers. how did it get so big? abc's linsey davis tells us it's $700 million, if it doesn't get your attention, not much will. >> reporter: get ready, everybody. this is powerball. >> reporter: this is unprecedented. >> two quick picks? >> reporter: $700 million for saturday's drawing. >> next! >> reporter: that's more than $428 million cash. >> i'd probably get a nice place somewhere. >> reporter: lots of time to daydream while standing in this two-hour line in nevada. >> right there. there's the winner. >> reporter: it's all by design. back in october, the rules changed. the odds went from 1 in 175 million to 1 in 292 million. meaning, it became far less likely to win a jackpot. increasing the run, or length, between jackpot payouts. and it's working. the longer they go without a
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drawings since early november, the bigger the jackpot gets. the good news? you're more likely to win a smaller prize. the odds are 1 in 25 that you'll win something. even if it is only $4. according to the number crunchers, there's a 17% chance this jackpot will roll over again and there will be a billion with a "b," a billion dollar jackpot on wednesday. linsey davis, abc news, new york. so can you imagine if nobody wins? i mean we have our list right here. >> i have my winning ticket right here. sure do. >> oh, the picture again. who did i win with? >> hey. i'm looking mighty fine right there. that's my samuel l. jackson. >> why are you wearing a disguise? >> trying to hide from the new relatives you gain with all that money. when we come back, our music lawsuit challenge.
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latest case or take on the latest case by listening to both songs. > also, will ferrell kicking and screaming with the pros. we'll explain. that's next in "the skinny." >> announcer: "world news now"
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>> very excited about this because it's sort of like you be the judge of in this morning. another major copyright infringement lawsuit. >> the last one involved marvin gaye, robin thicke, and pharrell and now this latest case involves justin tim bare lake and jay-z over their song "suit and tie" from the 2013. let's refresh your memory and listen. and as long as i got my suit and tie >> the claimants in the "suit and tie" suit claim that even though timberlake's label paid to sample their song, they didn't sample the whole song. >> so the plaintiffs also claim they're owed royalties for "suit and tie's" commercial use in a budweiser campaign. the original song, 1973's "sho enough" by future hall of famers sly slick and wicked.
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so you think >> so that's them from "soul train" back in the day, obviously. all right. so no doubt it sounds similar. timberlake's label did sample the song. at issue is the original vocal performance. >> apparently that wasn't part of the sampling deal. the plaintiffs say their vocal performance ends in suit and tie either timberlake and company will concede and settle or the judge will have to decide. >> you be the judge. what do you think? >> first we've got a first look at the cast of the "full house" "fuller house" with everyone in character on set. >> the images of the show and the cast reunited bob saget, lori loughlin, john stamos and dave coulier along with candice cameron and jodie sweetin as
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tanner of course, the wacky neighbor, good friend kimmy gibbler. the set should look familiar, by the way, because in the series, d.j. moves into that house with her children back into that same san francisco house where she grew up. >> a lot of people excited for this reunion. two decades in the making. the series premieres february 26th on netflix. >> will farrell has a major announcement. he is the part owner of the newest major league soccer team lafc. >> >> farrell is no stranger to soccer. who can forget his role as a crazed youth coach in "kicking and screaming." he does understand that some might be surprised by his latest business venture. >> this is not a joke. i've never been a part owner of anything. '84 toyota camry with my brother. >> so he joins mia hamm and magic johnson, also co-owners of
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lafc won't take the field until 2018. >> finally, we've heard there will be another special guest joining coldplay during the super bowl halftime show. >> queen b, beyonce headlined three years ago, recently will collaborated with coldplay on their new album. >> it's going to be in santa claire rat new stadium february 7th. we will all be watching. >> important message for residents age 50 to 85. write down this number now. right now, people are receiving this free information kit
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away everybody's guns. you pass a background check, you purchase a firearm. >> i think that you know, hillary was an enabler and a lot of things happened that were, you know, obviously very seedy. i mean, he was impeached. for heaven's sake. >> donald trump says your past is fair game. i've got to ask you. you keep coming up on the trail with him. is it fair game? >> the republicans have to decide who they want to nominate. i'm trying to tell now the democrats and the country why i think hillary would be the best president. >> do you believe senator ted cruz is a national born citizen? >> i don't know, to be honest. >> talking about that you were born in canada, not criticizing it but saying you could have problems with that. why do you think he's doing that? >> look, i'm not going to try to psychoanalyze donald trump. >> this refuge here is rightfully owned by the people. the principles that we are here are based upon the constitution of the united states. >> i would call them terrorists.
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they're -- -- >> and they're armed. >> they're bringing it forward with arms. >> the initial analysis is not consistent with the north korean claims of a successful hydrogen bomb test. >> they're bragging, puffing themselves up. they don't actually have the capability to obliterate the korean peninsula. the bad news is that they're trying. >> we wanted to present as many sides as we could, but at the same time, we also wanted to tell a compelling story. >> this is the l.a. river normally just a trickle of water in a concrete canyon but right now pushing 150 times its average amount of water. it's been a long day without you my friend and i'll tell you all about it when i see you again >> i'm glad so many people are talking about that. it was moving. >> it was a great moment. should tell you, what a busy week ahead. including oscar nominations on the 14th, state of the union on the 12th and on monday, i know what you'll be doing.
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>> yeah. >> watching? >> and on saturday, there's also the lottery drawing, the powerball. >> this is abc's "world news now." informing insomniacs for two decades.
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