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in the middle is tropical depression off the coast of north carolina and depression nine is heading up the gulf coast. >> eight is moving away from the north carolina coastline, and all tropical storm warnings have expired. it may still become a tropical storm just unlikely to impact the u.s. >> but right now in effect for the northern florida gulf coast, there are some tropical storm warnings as that depression become more organized. it should become a storm either later today and hurricane conditions are expected by tomorrow afternoon. >> in the pacific residents of hawaii are preparing for the arrival of a hurricane and a president. >> madeline would be the first hurricane to hit hawaii in decades. and residents are stocking up and boarding up as well. despite that, the white house says president obama's speech right there in honolulu will go on. let's get more details about the
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good morning, paul. >> good morning kendis and diane. tracking madeline, some weakens but expected to be the first hurricane to hit the big island of hawaii. bringing with it flash flooding, mud slides, strong winds and high surf. expected to be downgraded to a category one. then downgraded to a tropical storm moving further out into the water. keep in mind we have hurricane, lester, right behind it. paul, thank you. at least ten people are dead after a typhoon hit northern japan. nine of the bodies were found in a nursing home. >> the risk of landslides is great. more rain expected in 24 hours than normally falls in that region in the entire month of august. thousands of people have been ordered to evacuate and trains and flights have been cancelled as well.
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a special top today. >> he has accepted an invitation to meet with the president of mexico. it's hours before he delivers what he's described as a major address on illegal immigration. trump has faced speculation that his position on deportation is softening in an attempt to win voters. trump's son insists there's no change. >> he didn't say my policy has changed. he didn't say that. his policy has been the same for the last six >> he still says they all got to go. >> that's correct. you have to start with baby steps. >> reports say the invitation surprised some mexican officials. hillary clinton received a separate invitation but hasn't responded. we're learning more about the e-mails deleted from hillary clinton's private server. the justice department says as many as 30 would be related to the attention in benghazi.
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recovered during the fbi probe of her server. the state department says it has not confirmed whether the new e-mails were in response to the attention or duplicates of previous material. people have survived their primary day challenges. john mccain held off three challengers to keep his hopes alive for a sixth consecutive term. the republican now faces ann kirk marco rubio won. and next up is a november battle with patrick murphy. also in florida losing her spot as the as the democratic national committee didn't hurt debbie wasserman schultz. she's expected to win her seat in the house. turning our focus overseas, isis's top spokesman has been
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the terror group's news service. u.s. officials say they're unable to confirm the death of abu muhammad al-adnani. he was one of the world's most wanted terrorists. the state department put a $5 million bounty on his head. >> kayakers were rescued after being hit by a ferry. most of the injuries were mino arm. despite the serious injury, he's said to be in good spirits. that wasn't only the only rescue in the waters in new york. two men got stuck and had to be air lifted to safety. they were stranded for more than an hour. the waters were too rough for a rescue boat. the president cut short the sentences of 111 federal inmates. most of them convicted of
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he's commuted the sentences of more than the previous ten presidents combined. and more than a third of them are serving life sentences. >> check out this incredible video. you can see a hawk swooping and diving over a lake. a family is there. having a picnic, watching it thinking what an amazing front row seat to nature. and then that happens. >> apparently this is what it dropped off. the hawk then takes off and so does the family. do you blame them? perhaps it was hoping someone would throw the snake on the grill for a few minutes for him or not? >> talk about food fight. you have to dislike someone to go through all that effort to catch your dinner and then say no, i'd rather throw this at you instead. >> and freak you out. heck no. apparently snakes, not that i
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they're often part of a hawk's diet. they like rabbits, squirrels, other birds. >> you're a big fan of hawks unless they throw the snakes back at you. >> then no. coming up, drinking wine from spoons. we'll explain or try to. >> first, the standoff between police and chris brown. the troubled singer has been arrested after a call from a distressed woman from inside his home. and later living it up with yours truly. i'm giving you an exclusive tour of one of the most expensive pieces of real estate in the world. there are some things that money can't buy, but this isn't one of them. >> find us on facebook, wnnfans.com and twitter. you're watching "world news
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>> i'm not. frightening moments for a georgia police officer as he tries to make this arrest. using a taser during a traffic stop struggling with the woman and wanted for violating probation. she drove away dragging the officer with her. t kind of surprising he did not fire his weapon. he suffered a concussion and other injuries. the driver facing serious charges. >> in california a fast moving wildfire forced at least 700 people from their homes.
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the fire to be human caused. the fire has destroyed one building. two firefighters suffered minor injuries battling the flames. that fire is now 10% contained. also in southern california, police in los angeles had their hands full yesterday arresting chris brown after a stand off at his home. >> it started at 3:00 a.m. yesterday when police were who said he pulled a gun on her. >> reporter: chris brown using instagram to declare he's done nothing wrong. by tuesday evening, los angeles police saying something else. >> he'll be going downtown where he's booked for assault with a deadly weapon. >> reporter: police seen talking to him. they were called to the star's
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and asking for help. >> reporter: brown just completed his probation period in 2015. in 2013 he was charged with a misdemeanor assault for hitting a man outside a washington d.c. hotel. brown was ordered to rehab, but he was later dismissed from the facility for violating the rules. this time the entertainer says this is bogus. >> what i care about is you defacing m my character and integrity. i am a father. i am one of the best entertainers out here. >> reporter: police say brown was cooperative. abc news, los angeles. he was cooperative. it just took a while for him to leave the house, 11 hours. >> he kept saying what is all this talk about a stand off. i'm inside my house. tense moments.
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>> right. okay. an interesting case there. we'll be hearing more about it soon. coming up in the next half hour, see more on the fiery crash on a new york highway. good samaritans jump to the rescue of a woman inside a burning car. first how much do you think this multimillion dollar condo in new york city actually goes for? the price tag that might surprise you in your special edition of lifestyles of the
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? ? how huge my head was. >> i think your icon was trying to do the jefferson walk too. new york has always been known for the high sky real estate prices. in fact, the average price of a manhattan participant topped $2 million. >> average. but for fabulous you need a lot more. eight digits as i just found out
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lifestyles with the rich and kendis. ? it's not manhattan's upper east side, but you feel like you were moving on up by moving into the four bedrooms. 7 1/2 baths and patio space for days. >> this is just an elevator. deborah is realtor to the elite, the stars, and us. >> let's take a look around. >> let me take you inside. >> all right. off we go on a tour of one of the most expensive participants in all of new york city. it remind me of the voice, this
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let's just divert to the left for a moment to take a look at the kitchen. because the kitchen is very special. >> special. >> very subtle. beautiful marble counters. baked lava stone counters. and the original building had the barrel vaulted brick ceiling. so they did the barrel vaulted glaze tile. it reminds of the ceilings in the building. welcome to the great room, and it is a great room. >> i don't know where it got the name great. it's huge. >> it suits this room. three exposures of glass. you're facing northeast and west fully in glass. great space. beautiful fireplace, and access
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5,000 square feet of exterior space. it wraps completely around the apartment. >> this is my favorite. >> this is your favorite? i can understand why. it is temperature controlled wine cellar. >> are these real? >> they're real, but they're basically props. if somebody bought the the wines of their choice. >> as long as there's 12% alcohol, we're great. look over there. this condo reflects the new york city housing market. high-rise markets go for $95 million. this place is a whopping $58 million. >> here is probably my favorite bedroom. beautiful bath.
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exposures. >> and it's so intimate. >> intimate and beautiful. the north view, you catch the top of the empire state building and a lot of other iconic buildings. you can see almost the river to the west and you see all the w bridges to the east. >> this is a million dollar listing in here. >> this is one of my favorite bedrooms. >> could i afford this apartment if i had seven dry cleaner stores? >>on design and beauty and light could probably buy the apartment. >> a huge bank account. so your monthly taxes for that is about $8,265. estimate monthly payment. including mortgage, building fees and taxes, about $265,000 a month. >> that's after you've paid $58 million for it? >> well, that includes your
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time now for the mix. of course, lately when we talk about donald trump we're talking about his presidential run. he is still a businessman. and he is opening a new hotel in d.c. it's bragging newux this is in the old post office building. in the federal triangle. there's luxury dining and cocktails in the bar and lounge area. there's a high end wine tasting that's draw's people's attack. you're supposed to be tasting these high end wines with a crystal spoon. they call it a presentation technique. we've never before encounters. >> why? >> it tastes better?
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the old post office is almost like halfway between the white house and the capitol in d.c. >> all the movers and shakers. >> exactly with their crystal spoons and wine. >> equal time, i guess. there's now a hash tag going viral, hugs for hillary. erik turner is from houston, texas, a fitness model. he came out with this tag on his blog called hot bod squad. he will be known from this day forth as the hot naked dude who really likes hillary clinton. you remember when we had the obama girl with a crush on obama. he invited other fitness models to do the same thing. >> oh. >> okay. this is just a look at some of the hunks for hillary. all righty. >> i like those guys.
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>> the dpglasses are bringing t whole look together. >> patriotic. i guess none of them are hitting up the crystal spoon wine tasting. >> a dog goes over. boaters look. they find nothing. one of the fisherman who went out on the search party to tell his wife who operates a facebook page lost dogs. she puts out a message about the dog being overboard. 20,000 people come out to look for the dog and the dog is found. a 17-year-old wanted to do her senior photo on this beautiful lake. there you see her. she recently went out with a photographer to do her senior photo. they settled on this location
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guy and his dog.
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this morning on "world news now," donald trump's trip to the border is taking a slightly more southern detour. on the eve of his big immigration speech he has announced he's going to mexico. we'll have the latest including a preview of what we can expect from the campaign trail. >> a number of major storms overt. tropical systems are putting a damper on end of summer vacation celebrations. and hawaii bracing for what could be its first direct hit ever. and new this half hour, surveillance video of what could have been a tragic scene. >> a driver backs into a gas tank knocking it over. vehicles burst into flames and in one car two children are trapped inside. we'll show you what happens next. and the new leading man named for season 21 of the
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who is he? here's a hint. he was the runner up in two consecutive seasons of the bachelorette. we'll reveal his identity on this wednesday, august 31st. from abc news, this is "world news now." we were going to check in with our bachelor analyst. >> he has the exclusive. he'll tell us the details. >> good morning. >> we're going to start -- i guess this might be the most unlikely trip of the presidential campaign. it almost sounds like the setup for a joke. donald trump heading to mexico. >> he said i've accepted the invitation of the president of mexico and look very much forward to meeting him. according to mexican government invitations were sent to clinton and trump. but the clinton camp hasn't responded. >> the meeting will be hours
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he's expected to set the record straight on how he plans to handle the issue. >> we will end illegal immigration. >> reporter: and his son insists trump's position has not changed. >> he wasn't softening. he didn't change his stance. >> reporter: on the defensive after this moment. >> and there could be a softening. we're not looking to hurt people. >> reporter: trump in a town hall on fox news polling the room, asking to deport or not deport 11 million undocumented immigrants. >> who wants those people thrown out? >> the guy who wants them thrown out, stand up. >> who does not want them thrown out? >> stand up. >> there you go. >> we are going to come out with a decision very soon. >> reporter: a decision on a
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>> we're rounding them up in a nice way. >> reporter: but now team trump insists there's been no flip-flop. >> his position and his principles have been consistent. >> he's been consistent. >> he's pretty consistent. >> reporter: the candidate's son, also not backing down. >> he didn't say my policy is now changed. his policy has been the same for the last six or seven months. >> he still says they have to go. >> that's been the same, but you have to start with baby steps. >> reporter: abc news, new york. hillary clinton continues on the fundraising trail wednesday at an event in washington d.c. she's coming off a three day swing in the hamptons. she raised more than $12 million at nine events. there's new information about her private e-mails. the justice department says documents could be related to the benghazi attack. hawaii could see the first they're among thousands
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hawaii could see the first hurricane in more than 20 years. today residents are boarding up windows and stocking up on supplies. public schools will be closed on the big island. hurricane madeline is expected to pass just south of the big island. they're also getting ready for extreme weather on the east coast. one of the storm systems known as tropical depression eight is turning away from north carolina, but depression number nine is still on track to sweep across north florida. officials are worried there could be a storm sur flooding. let's find out what is else in store for the residents in those areas. good morning. we're tracking this tropical depression. it is expected to strengthen because of the warm waters in the gulf, and then it's going to target gainesville, jacksonville and get stronger. we're expecting to get a little more oomph to it.
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in tampa, daytona beach and jacksonville. we'll continue to trek it throughout the week. overseas one of the most wanted terrorists in the word has reportedly been killed. they claim abu muhammad al-adnani was killed in aleppo. the pentagon confirmed that he was targeted in coalition eriks, but the results have yet to be determin million bounty on him. the fbi is investigating hacking attacks on state election sites in arizona and illinois. r arizona officials say a russian hacker was behind the attempted breach. the fbi is asking election officials in every state to report any suspicious activity. >> as we make it harder and harder for them to get physically into this country to
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surely they are going to turn to try to come in and do damage through the internet. >> some analysts say the threat is not only to voting machines but also the manipulation of voting data. russian hackers have been linked to hacks on political groups. an american hostage and her canadian husband appear in a video pleading for their lives. they talk about a threat from the taliban to execute them. backpacking in to 2012. coleman has given birth to two boys while in captivity. state department officials are analyzing the video. more legal troubles for singer chris brown. the star has been arrested for assault with a deadly weapon after an hour's long stand off at his home. authorities in los angeles say it started when a woman called from the home to say he pointed a gun at her. brown has had several run ins
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convicted of assaulting his then girlfriend rihanna. that was back in 2009. >> reporter: the chicago police department has moved to fire five police officers in a shooting. including the officer who fired 16 times and four other officers who allegedly lied in their accounts of what took place that night. the officer claims it was self-defense. police in connecticut released video of a crash and fire at a a driver accidentally backed into a gas pump which sparked the fire. the woman on the other side of the pump quickly rescued two children. the driver mistook the gas pedal for the breaks. brakes. say so long to hope solo for the women's pro soccer season. she's now on indefinite leave from the seattle rain of the national women's soccer league. in a statement she says she's mentally not there yet.
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contract was terminated last week. the move came as video of her reaction to her national team's suspension went public. >> terminated contract? effective immediately. >> terminated contract. not just suspended. 17 [ bleep ] years and it's over. >> the video is part of a documentary series on the national team solo was suspe after calling the sweetish soccer team cowards. this summer marks the 16th following the united states loss in the olympics semi full-times. this summer marks the 60th anniversary of the first federal physical fitness initiative. there's a video feature at the white house featuring the first lady. comedian nick offerman hosts it called a history of exercise. >> nick?
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you can do it. get back out there and exercise. >> a history of exercise debuts today on funnyordie.com, and also features others. >> the first lady led a let's move program to increase kids' physical activity. what more appropriate person to appear in it. >> it was easy for them to met malali. apparently they're dating. >> the dramatic rescue from a we'll hear from the gad smartens who risked their lives to safe the life of a woman trapped inside a burning car. and the new leading man for season 21 of the bachelor has been named. but not all bachelor fans are thrilled with the choice. what are the analysts saying, or our analysts saying? >> we don't care about the other analysts. just ours. coming up in "the skinny".
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>> okay. point source confirmed. whatever it is, it ain't local. >> it ain't local. >> got to love the computers, huh? >> yes. >> that's the 1997 film "contact". it was science fiction. now astronomers say they detected what they say is a strong radio signal 94 light years from earth. >> they are focusing on this solar system.
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sun. there's a planet. don't get too excited. they have yet to confirm the signal from the same spot in the sky, and there are plenty of other explanations behind the source of the signal besides aliens including just noise. >> weird interference? >> it happens in outer space. >> we got all excited. fine. back here on earth, we're getting a look at a woman trapped inside her burning car in new york. >> seconds after the accident good samaritans jumped to the >> reporter: newly released dash cam video of a massive highway accident and an amazing rescue. watch as the crash unfolds in a split second. a tractor-trailer causing this ten car pileup. >> the tractor trailer over an suv on fire. >> reporter: inside this white car on the shoulder a woman is trapped.
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complete strangers desperate to save her. >> it's completely clogged. we have several cars on fire. >> reporter: as they try the door, flames erupt on the passenger's side. but they don't give up using a fire extinguisher to put out the blaze. finally pulling the woman out through the window. miraculously she suffered only cuts and bruises and no one was killed. now even the mayor has posted the video to his facebook page. thanking these unsung heros. abc news, new york. >> we're going to hear from them later on today on gma. >> they're speaking out this morning. we have more on that coming up. but when we come back, the new bachelor has been revealed. could the fourth time be a charm? >> who is it? >> fourth time. >> fourth, and what rick perry and ryan lochte are now saying about putting on their dancing shoes.
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>> "world news now" continues
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? ? >> huge skinny. topping our headlines, breaking news, development, an old face named the new leading man for the next season of "the bachelor".
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on abc. >> please give it up for your new bachelor, come on out. ladies and gentlemen, the infamous nick v. was the runner up of two seasons of the bachelorette and appeared on this season of the bachelor in paradise. he's generating positive and negative reaction from fans. >> we have to find out what our senior bachelor analyst thinks of all this. jack, what say you about this? >> well, long time viewers of the show will know we've had plenty of fun on the broadcast at nick v's expense. hopefully we'll have more of that in the upcoming season. he got the silver medal with andy and katelyn. fortunately for him, i guess. i am forever remembering nick
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dumped by katelyn. i am the world's biggest joke is what he had to say in the limo driving away. and we've heard from josh murray. he's tweeted out. he said despite our differences, i am truly happy for nick v. everyone deserves love and he is no this is your time. go find her. >> very nice. >> do we believe he means any of that? is there a surprise josh murray appearance coming on season 21? >> we'll have to find out. >> the back and forth between the fellows. >> thank you, jack. season 21 of the bachelor returns to abc in the winter.
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with the stars are reacting on twitter. >> rick perry shared this photo saying his partner has her work cut out for her. >> and ryan lochte getting acclimated to his land legs says he's breaking out his dance shoes. >> maureen mccormick is asking people to vote. >> and vanilla ace says he'll need all his ninja powers to dance with the stars. >> and amber rose posted this picture. >> and baby face edmond says it's official as he post third down shot. we say good luck to one and all.
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>> i'm thinking the first dance. >> you have to build it up. >> baby face is in it. next, two time-out for another celebrity. >> after traveling the world over the last few months, salena gomez says she's taking a break to take care of herself. >> she says she's been suffering depression and anxiety, side effects of her lupus. >> she's cleared her schedule for the rest of the year. she confirmed last year he was battling the disease. gisele bundchen. she's the top earning model. >> third place was a tie for the models. kendall jenner got $10 million.
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tied with jenner, carli claus. she doubled her earnings.
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question, are my teeth yellow? have you tried the tissue test? ugh yellow. what do you use?
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er than a leading whitening toothpaste i passed the tissue test. oh yeah. crest whitestrips are the way to whiten. ? ? ? ? for most of us the ritual of getting fresh and clean involves wearing deodorant. >> does spending money on it make a difference. we report on what th knows. >> reporter: drugstore deodorant costs a few bucks. swipe it on after a hour and that's it, right? wrong. it's a $4 billion business and growing. today designers are getting into the odor control mix. donna karan's $25 cashmere mist and tom ford's. >> $50 for deoderant.
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>> i sniff under people's armpits for a living. i know, right? >> reporter: you heard that correctly. there's only one way to test. you hold your arm up, and i apply the sniffer here and oh, oh, lord. did that just happen? >> reporter: he has possibly the worst job in america. does an expensive deoderant do something different? >> people think if you pay more it's going to be better. that is not the case at all. >> reporter: he explains deodorants don't prevent you from sweating. aabsorb odor and mask. . you're paying for the scent. >> you'll sweat, but the smell will be controlled. >> reporter: if you want to prevent sweat, try an
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>> it clogs the pores. >> reporter: he points to drugstore anti-pres prant with the same active ingredient, aluminum. while some people pay more, the expert's advice to preventing odor is >> go to the store and pay $5 to $10. the nose knows. >> oh, lord. >> how would you like? we've already been there. sadly it's like this tmi discussion we often have. >> it's a good one. i think. >> how would you like to be the guy -- it's a good day? >> i think so. >> i use one of the deodorants she mentioned. this is "world news now"
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good morning. i'm kendis gibson. >> i'm diane macedo. here are some of the top headlines this morning on "world news now." the tropical depression off the coast of north carolina is moving out to sea. but another depression is expected to sweep across north florida sometime tomorrow. a hurricane watch is in effect. >> firefighters are battling into the blaze in southern california. this one spread to 1,000 acres in a matter of hours. at least 700 people forced from their homes. >> chris brown arrested for assault with a deadly weapon. authorities in los angeles say it started when a woman called from brown's house to say that he had pointed a gun at her. and history in the making. the first regularly scheduled commercial flight from the u.s. to cuba in more than a half
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the flight departs from fort lauderdale with the u.s. secretary of transportation on board. those are some of the top stories on this last day in august, the 31st. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> we begin this half hour with the weather systems turning off the south eastern u.s. >> there are two systems right now on either side of florida. ok the one on the top right, tropical depression eight is moving out to sea away from north carolina. depression nine is expected to sweep across north florida sometime tomorrow. >> residents off the gulf coast of florida are bracing for the storm with heavy rains, and flash flooding expected. there's not much they can do about falling trees, but they can try to prevent water from coming into their homes and businesses and flooding.
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get rain. i really do. but that's the problem. the rain. >> a decision will be made this evening on whether to close schools and government offices tomorrow. local officials say the storm sewer system has been cleaned. and capacity added to prevent the packup seen in previous severe storms. north carolina's outer banks are breathing a sigh of relief. tropical depression eight turned out to sea. while it may become a tropical storm, it no longer appears a threat to land. there are showers and thunderstorms in today's forecast. >> two hurricanes on the pacific side off the hawaii island chains. one headed for the big island. a shift in the path could put hurricane madeline's eye over the big island. >> residents are stocking up and boarding up, and the harbors are closing. the white house is keeping an eye on the storm, because the president is scheduled to speak
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let's get more on where hurricane madeline and the second hurricane are heading. >> paul williams joins us with the latest. paul, good morning. >> good morning to you as well kendis and diane. we have possibly the first hurricane to hit the big island in hawaii since 1949. it will bring mud slides, strong winds, high surf. it will be downgraded as it moves to deeper water. there's another storm behind it, lester. it will be approaching even though it's beginning to weaken. on the other side of the country, looking at this tropical depression becoming a tropical storm. tropical storm. at happens, it's going to cause damage as it pertains to rip tides along the east coast. our thanks to paul.
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donald trump heading to mexico. the republican presidential candidate looking to knock down a wall. trump confirmed tuesday he accepted an invitation from mexico's president. they will meet hours before trump's speech on immigration. it's your voice, your vote. >> reporter: donald trump is making his case to voters in washington. >> it's going to be a victory for every citizen whose voice and that's a lot of people. >> reporter: his poll numbers have stabilized after his campaign shakeup and wednesday night trump will deliver a major speech of immigration. however, trump's son insists there is no change. >> he wasn't softening. he didn't change his stance on anything. >> reporter: while on the trail in pennsylvania, democratic v.p. nominee tim kaine hit trump on his taxes. >> until he releases his tax
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trust donald trump. >> reporter: and the debt trump owes to banks and foreign governments. >> let's be honest, it would be hard as president to reign people in when you owe them big time. >> reporter: the fbi will also be releasing documents related to their investigation of hillary clinton and her private e-mail server. and along those lines you can expect about 30 new e-mails coming soon. >> thank you. people trying to hold onto their jobs and completed a hurdle on primary day. >> we're talking about john mccain. he is continuing his bid for a sixth term. >> also in arizona the man known as america's toughest sheriff picked up an easy win. he moves onto face the edge he beat by 6 percentage points.
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marco rubio won his primary and so did debbie wasserman schultz >> maine's governor is sending mixed messages. he said he was considering stepping down. later in the day he tweeted reports of my political demise are greatly exaggerated. he has been under fire for racially charged comments about drug dealers. meanwhile isis says the stop spokesman has been killed in syria. that's according to a report. pentagon says they're unable to confirm the death of abu muhammad al-adnani. but they say he was targeted in coalition air strikes. he was one of the world's most wanted terrorists. we're hearing for the first time some of the 9-1-1 calls made by friends and loved ones
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some of the calls to the emergency operators were made by people who had been to the club earlier in the evening. >> i got home from the club. my friend told me he got shot three times. he's in the bathroom. >> calls made to the police department that night by the people in the club or by the shooter were not released. those are still tied up in a lawsuit. and a man has been charged outside a deli in new york. two men were wounded during the shooting including the dean of the medical school at mt. sigh any hospital. revenge may be behind the shooting. the suspect was involved in a legal dispute with the hospital. here in new york multiple people sent to the hospital after a hudson river ferry collided with kayaks. nine people in the kayaks and another in the water at the
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the kayakers had to be pulled from the water by police rescue boats. >> everyone is safe and going to the hospital. >> most of the injuries were minor. an instructor for the kayak company lost part of his arm. authorities are looking into whether sun glare was part of the accident. to the u.s. open. serena williams' march toward history is underway. she shook off shoulder concerns to win in a little more than an hour. she's hoping to win her seventh u.s. open title. that would be a record. if she gets it the title would be her 23rd in a major. that would set a new record for the open era. and tim tebow had mixed reviews as a pro football player, and they're just about the same as he tries to make it as a pro baseball player. he held a private workout tuesday in los angeles. scouts said he showed more power
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hoping to see a better performance against live pitchers. he last played baseball when he was 17, but clearly he didn't miss chest day or guns day. >> no. >> or arms day. >> plenty of bumping iron there. >> yeah. a lot of commitment on his part to work out. a lot of commitment on the part of our local television reporter jeff of our station in houston who got a little too far into the action or maybe further than he intended while covering a water main break. >> the water shot into the air and threatened to wash him away. hold on, jeff. >> reporter: how's it going? i don't know if you can see me or not. you can tell the hole is still going. we've been out here for about an hour and a half. thousands of gallons continue to flood down the street. as you get out of the water spray, it's not so bad. >> the gushing water cut off his communications with the control
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nice, dry climate control studio. and the phone on which he'd written his notes stopped working as well. but way to do it. nice commitment to the job. >> we appreciate you, jeff. >> bravo. good live shot. >> did you ever have any live shots like that that just went -- i don't know if wrong is the right term because that was a great live shot. >> i had one where we had tents out there during lsh it collapsed as soon as we said hello, and i'm like hi, ouch. camera went over. >> i had a court case once where they were making closing statements as we went on. it was seconds. we ran out. as i turned my phone onto look at my notes it died because it was cold. we did it cold. >> do it live. >> luckily i was paying attention in the courtroom. >> coming up, the air scare on the ground triggered by military
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-- trying to open a cabin door at 34,000 feet. >> reporter: this passenger was shown the door in handcuffs in minneapolis after he reportedly tried to open the door at 34,000 feet, yelling he had to get off the jet. it was less than midway through the flight to seattle that the crew decided to make the diversion. >> we're dropping off a passenger early. having a difficult time working and playing well with others. >> reporter: the woman sitting next to the man saw him taking a pill. >> just said i need to cancel my flight and go check on something. >> reporter: hours later a southwest jet ready to get from albuquerque to denver is unloaded and sent to a remote area for a search for a suspicious item. nothing was found. this as we've seen airport terminals empty with false
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the most recent in l.a. sunday. tension among fliers. that anxiety is not keeping passengers grounded. more than 15.5 million expected to fly over labor day weekend. that's an increase over last year. triple a is taking a pass on clocking how many people they estimate will travel. they say labor day is the least traveled. >> considering compared to previous labor days the last few days, airfare prices are down. a lot of that has to do with fuel cost. a good time to buy. >> coming up, we've heard of flash mobs, but how about this? >> they call them pop up picnics. they're taking the world by storm. what are they and how do you get invited? next on "world news now."
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? ? >> i thought it was the butterfly fly away part. i have a whole dance to this song. it's hands up, playing my song. >> scary. >> there is a new kind of party sweeping the usa.
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with a multicourse gourmet meal. you can only wear white. >> and you never know where it will be until the day before it happens. the latest popup picnic at the nation's capital. >> reporter: a party of white. a dinner party destination unknown. >> southwest d.c. >> reporter: i happens every coming together for a night of dinner and dancing. the sophistication and elegance of french high society. a popup picnic many in 70 cities from paris to hong kong and the u.s. capital. first there's the anticipation. dave burn has been hosting a table at the event since it began. he's the only one in the group
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>> reporter: the organizers didn't share the location with dave until the day before, and then the day of he tells the table leaders. >> i am super excited to tell you that for the first time ever we have gotten permission to do dinner in blank on the national mall. >> reporter: the group discovering in the shadow of the lincoln memorial. >> i love it. >> reporter: dinner starting with the wave. >> the whole thing planned out. together? >> reporter: every year i send an e-mail to my friends like who wants to come. >> reporter: he began the event in the 80s asking friend to dress in white. for the event that's gone global, keeping it a secret is the hard part. all these people didn't know where the event was until hours before it started. how do you keep that a secret? >> honestly, sometimes i forget where it is.
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we never say it. >> reporter: when dinner end, sparklers light, and it's time to dance. there are rules for attending. you have to be invited. they only serve wine and you have to wear white. participation is required. once you rsvp, gourmet food only. with all the rules comes critics. calming it exclusive and prete pretentious. rules and critics aside, it's clear tonight is going to be a good night. >> the biggest thing is it brings people together and people you would never meet otherwise. >> reporter: after the last bottle is drank and dancing is done as quickly as it appeared, gone until next year. in case that sounds like a lot of rules. guests also have to bring their own tables, white linens and white chairs, table wear and a
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? ? >> flip diving looks interesting. we'll try it. the story of an impressive seven-year-old girl from atlanta. >> after she stumbled on lost treasure, she returned it to the owner. she never anticipated the golden moment that would follow. >> what do the athletes win when they win the games? >> reporter: this man won the same gold medal twice. the first time in barcelona 199
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he and his family mate are the only americans to win the event in canoe slalom. this year someone stole it from him. he thought he'd never see it again until he received it from a seven-year-old. she found it when she was walking with her dad in the park. to thank her, he visited her class. >> these olympic gold medals are not won every four years. you win them ery >> reporter: he told her classmates they don't have to look far to see the olympics spirit. >> we have incredible role models to look at inside of an elementary school. >> reporter: an olympian and his champion. david wright, abc news. >> beautiful smile there. and her dad told her not to pick up anything that she would find on the ground, and she did that day and the lucky break. >> he said he doesn't think
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they make. hats off to chloe. another group of young athletes is showing the world what good sportsmanship is about. >> barcelona's under 12 team won an international game with a score of 1-0. it's what the players did post game that's making them true winners. >> as soon as the kids celebrated they realized their opponents were crushed. many of them even crying. >> the barcelona players led by their captain lined up giving them hugs and words of encouragement. that is what it's all about. sportsmanship. >> i like that. it's okay. good game. t okay. good game. it oka good game. ' okay.
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this morning this morning on "world news now" the tropical storms threatening millions. >> two systems in florida are set to bring heavy wind, rains and flash floods with rip currents along the east coast. two hurricanes in the pacific could become historic storms. and there are new troubles star chris brown. arrested on numerous charges after an hour's long standoff with the police. the details including the call for help from inside the home. a ferry plows into kayakers in the hudson river. police pull them to safety and the serious injury one of them is facing. later, we're moving on up. that's a bad george jefferson walk.
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expensive condos in the country. from its scenic views to the attention to detail, it's got it all. but wait until you hear about the price tag. join us as we take the elevator all the way up on this final day of august, wednesday, the 31st. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> the dangling arms. >> it's supposed to be my george jefferson walk. it did not work out at all. maybe i needed weezy by my side. drop the mike moment. nailed it. >> nailed it. >> good morning. >> we're starting with the tropics and all that's churning out this. >> a lot of extreme weather this morning battering the u.s. the atlantic coast, the gulf coast and even in the pacific. >> let's forget about hurricane gaston. it's too far out to do anything besides produce rip currents.
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depression eight off the coast of north carolina and depression nine is heading up the gulf coast. >> eight is moving away from the north carolina coastline, and all tropical storm warnings have expired. it may still become a tropical storm, just unlikely to impact the u.s. >> but right now in effect for the northern florida gulf coast, there are some tropical storm warnings as that depression become more organized. it should become a tropical hurricane conditions are expected by tomorrow afternoon. >> in the pacific residents of hawaii are preparing for the arrival of a hurricane and a president. >> madeline would be the first hurricane to hit hawaii in decades. and residents are stocking up and boarding up as well. despite that, the white house says president obama's speech right there in honolulu will go on. let's get more details about the storm from paul williams.
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>> good morning kendis and diane. tracking madeline, some weakens -- weakening, but expected to be the first hurricane to hit the big island of hawaii. bringing with it flash flooding, mud slides, strong winds and high surf. expected to be downgraded to a category one. then downgraded to a tropical storm mo f the water. keep in mind we have another hurricane, lester, right behind it. diane, kendis? paul, thank you. at least ten people are dead after a typhoon hit northern japan. nine of the bodies were found in a nursing home. >> the risk of landslides is great with more rain expected in 24 hours than normally falls in that region in the entire month of august. thousands of people have been ordered to evacuate and trains and flights have been cancelled as well. now back at home and to the
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a special stop coming up today. >> the republican presidential candidate announced on twitter that he's accepted an invitation to meet with the president of mexico. the meeting will come hours before he delivers what he's described as a major address on illegal immigration. trump has faced speculation that his position on deportation is softening in an attempt to win undecided voters. trump's son insists there's no change. >> he didn't say my policy has changed. he didn't say that. his policy has been the same for the last six months. >> he stsa >> that's correct. you have to start with baby steps. >> reports say the invitation surprised some mexican official given trump's controversial comments about immigrants. hillary clinton received a separate invitation but hasn't responded. we're learning more about the e-mails deleted from hillary clinton's private server. the justice department says as many as 30 could be related to the deadly consulate attack in benghazi. it's among 15,000 documents
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the state department says it has not confirmed whether the new e-mails were in response to the attack or duplicates of previous material. incumbents on the political hot seat have survived their primary day challenges. arizona senator john mccain held off three challengers to keep his hopes alive for a sixth consecutive term. the republican faces democratic congresswoman marco rubio beat his opponent. and next up is a november battle with patrick murphy. also in florida losing her spot as the chair of the democratic national committee didn't hurt debbie wasserman schultz. she's expected to win her seventh term in the house after holding off a challenge by a law professor backed by bernie sanders. turning our focus overseas,
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killed in syria. this is according to a report of the terror group's news service. u.s. officials say they're unable to confirm the death of abu muhammad al-adnani. he was the chief strategist in the war against the west and developed messaging for recruiting. he was one of the world's most wanted terrorists. the state department put a $5 million bounty on his head. back here at home, ten kayakers had to be rescued from the hudson river after they were hit by a commuter ferry. it was leaving a pier in new york city when the accident happened. most of the injuries an instructor for the kayak dump lose part of his arm. despite the serious injury, he's said to be in good spirits. that wasn't only the only rescue in the waters in new york. two men got stuck on a jetty by the rising tide for more than an hour. the waters were too rough for a rescue boat. the president cut short the sentences of 111 federal inmates. most of them convicted of
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673 prisoners. that's more than the previous ten presidents combined. and more than a third of them are serving life sentences. so from sharknado to snakenado, check out this incredible video. you can see a hawk swooping and diving over a lake. a family is there. having a picnic, watching the whole things, thinking what an amazing front row seat to nature. and then that happens. >> apparently this is what it dropped off. the hawk then takes off and so does the family. do you blame them? perhaps it was hoping someone would throw the snake on the grill for a few minutes for him or not? >> talk about food fight. you have to dislike someone to and freak you out.this at you heck no. apparently snakes, not that i
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diet. they like rabbits, squirrels, other birds. >> you're a big fan of hawks unless they throw the snakes back at you. >> then no. coming up, drinking wine from spoons. we'll explain or try to. first, the standoff between police and chris brown. the troubled singer has been arrested after 911 dispatchers received a call from a distressed woman from inside his home. and later living it up with yours truly. i'm giving you an exclusive tour of one of the most expensive pieces of real estate in the world. there are some things that money can't buy, but this isn't one of them. >> find us on facebook, wnnfans.com and twitter. you're watching "world news now." them. >> find us on facebook, wnnfans.com and twitter. you're watching "world news
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>> i'm >> pretty dramatic video. frightening moments for a georgia police officer as he tries to make this arrest. using a using a taser during a traffic stop struggling with the woman and wanted for violating probation. she drove away dragging the officer with her. kind of surprising he did not fire his weapon. he suffered a concussion and other injuries. the driver facing serious charges. in southern california, a fast-moving wildfire forced at least 700 people from their homes.
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the fire to be human caused. the bogart fire has scorched at least 1,000 acres and destroyed one building. two firefighters suffered minor injuries battling the flames. that fire is now 10% contained. some evacuations have been lifted. also in southern california, police in los angeles had their hands full yesterday arresting chris brown after a stand off at his home. >> it started at 3:00 a.m. yesterday when police were called to his home by a woman [ bleep ] [ bleep ] >> reporter: chris brown using instagram to declare he's done nothing wrong. by tuesday evening, los angeles police saying otherwise. >> all i can say at this point is that he is going to be transported downtown where he will be booked for assault with a deadly weapon. >> reporter: police seen talking to him. they were called to the star's
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>> location two females crying and asking for help. >> reporter: brown just completed his probation period in the rihanna assault case in 2015. in 2013, he was charged with a misdemeanor assault for hitting a man outside a washington, d.c., hotel. brown was ordered to rehab, but he was later dismissed from the facility for violating the rules. this time the entertainer says this is bogus. >> what i care about is you defacing my name as a person and my character and integrity. i am a father. i am one of the best entertainers out here. >> reporter: police say brown was cooperative. abc news, los angeles. >> he was cooperative. it just took a while for him to leave the house, 11 hours. >> he kept saying what is all cheept on -- he kept on instagram saying, talking about a standoff. i'm inside my house. tense moments.
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that i'm off probation. >> right. okay. an interesting case there. we'll be hearing more about it soon. coming up in our next half hour, see more on the fiery crash on a new york highway. good samaritans jump to the rescue of a woman inside a burning car in the middle of a ten-vehicle pileup. first, how much do you think this this multimillion dollar condo in new york city actually goes for? the price tag that might surprise you in your special edition of lifestyles of the rich and some dude. ? your special edition of lifestyles of the
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? ? >> i was ? i was digging it until i saw how huge my head was. >> i think your icon was trying to do the jefferson walk too. new york has always been known for the high sky real estate
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in fact, the average price of a manhattan apartment topped $2 million. >> average. but for fabulous you need a lot more. eight digits as i just found out for our latest installment of lifestyles with the rich and kendis. ? finally got a piece of the pie ? it's not manhattan's upper east side, but you feel like you were moving on up by moving into the swanky apartment. 10 rooms. four bedrooms. 7 1/2 baths and patio space for days. >> this is just an elevator. deborah is realtor to the elite, the stars, and us. >> let's take a look around. >> let me take you inside. >> all right. off we go on a tour of one of the most expensive apartments in all of new york city.
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of "the voice." >> it is beautiful. let's just divert to the left for a moment to take a look at the kitchen. because the kitchen is very special. >> very subtle. >> very subtle. beautiful marble counters. baked lava stone counters. and the original building had the barrel vaulted brick ceiling. as an homage to that, they the barrel vaulted glazed tile. it gives a great look but does remind you of the original ceilings in the building. welcome to the great room, and it is a great room. >> i don't know where it got the name great. it's huge. >> it suits this room. first of all, three exposures of glass. you're facing northeast and west fully in glass. incredible ceiling heights, great space. beautiful fireplace. access to a spectacular terrace. 5,000 square feet of exterior
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>> 5,000 square feet just exterior? >> exterior. this terrace wraps completely around the apartment. there's an additional terrace on the next floor. >> this is my favorite. >> this is your favorite? i can understand why. it is temperature controlled wine cellar. wine cellar. wine cellar. wine cellar. >> are these real? >> they're real, but they're basically props. apartment, they'd fill it with the wines of their choice. >> as long as there's 12% alcohol, we're great. look over there. this condo reflects the new york city housing market. highrise apartments comfortably go for $95 million. this place is a whopping $58 million. >> here is probably my favorite bedroom. beautiful bath. beautiful closet. and this room has three exposures.
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>> intimate and beautiful. the north view, you catch the top of the empire state building and a lot of other iconic buildings. you can see almost the river to the west and you see all the bridges to the east. it's really quite special. >> this in itself, this is a million-dollar listing in here. >> this is one of my favorite bedrooms. >> could i afford this apartment if i had seven dry cleaning stores, even one on the upper east side? a could probably buy the apartment. >> a huge bank account. >> and bank account. >> a huge bank account. so your monthly taxes for that is about $8,265. estimated monthly payment, including mortgage, building fees and taxes, about $265,000 a month. >> that's after you've paid $58 million for it? >> well, that includes your mortgage payments and then some. we need to practice this one more time.
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time now for "the mix." of course, lately when we talk about donald trump we're talking about his presidential run. he is still a businessman. and he is opening a new hotel in d.c. it's bragging new luxury rights. this is in the old pos in the federal triangle. you can expect, we're told, luxury dining and cocktails in the bar and lounge area. there's a high-end wine tasting that's drawing people's attention. you're supposed to be tasting these high-end wines with a crystal spoon. they call it a presentation technique we've never before encounters. >> why? >> it tastes better?
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should point out, the old post office is almost like halfway between the white house and the capitol in d.c. interesting. >> all the movers and shakers. >> exactly with their crystal spoons and wine. so equal time, i guess. there's a hash tag going viral, #hunksforhillary. erik turner is from houston, texas, a fitness model. he came out with this new hash tag on his blog called hot bod squad. he will be known from this day forth as the hot naked dude who really likes hillary clinton. you remember when we had the obama girl with a crush on obama. he invited other fitness models to do the same thing. >> oh. >> okay. this is just a look at some of the hunks for hillary. all righty. >> i like those guys. >> yeah.
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>> the glasses are bringing the whole look together. >> patriotic. thank you. >> i guess none of them are hitting up the crystal spoon wine tasting. next up, this is great. a dog gets lost, goes overboard while on a boat with their owners. the owners radio in. bunch of boats come out, try looking. they find nothing. one of the fishermen who went out on the search party decides to facebook page called lost dog search team. by complete coincidence, she puts out a message about the dog being overboard. 20,000 people come out to look for the dog, and guess what, the dog is found. >> amazing. this amazing things also. a 17-year-old wanted to do her senior photo on this beautiful lake. there you see her. this is jillian. she recently went out with a photographer to do her senior photo. they settled on this location there. guess what happened. she got photo bombed by a naked guy and his dog.
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making news in america this morning, donald trump is heading south today all the way to mexico city. breaking overnight, he says he'll meet with mexico's president hours before his long awaited speech on immigration. hillary clinton's campaign is criticizing that trip as it bres about her e-mails. with tropical weather on the move, millions in the southeast are hoping for the best as another rainmaker closes in. the forecast track coming up as well as powerful weather across the pacific. look at that eye. and singer chris brown is out of jail overnight and facing assault charges, this after being arrested after an hour's long ordeal at his home. we'll hear from his accuser for the first time. and part of a gas station goes up in flames with two children in a car nearby.

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