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elizabeth, good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you. take a look. you see the scene of the shootout still taped off and considered a crime scene with investigators collecting evidence here, and with the fbi still investigating, we're told more charges are pending. the search for rahami left the afghan native bloodied and two officers wounded, recovering from nonlife threatening injuries. >> it was wild. >> reporter: he was caught sleeping in the hallway. >> the suspect fired on him, he had a vest on, he was hit in the vest, and so that saved him. >> reporter: he fled on foot with gun in hand and other officers in hot pursuit. >> heard like, pop, pop, pop, a lot of shots. >> heard people screaming.
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law enforcement less than 48 hours after a bomb went off on a new jersey boardwalk and one that rocked a neighborhood in new york, and later, five pipe bombs found, and as police tried to disarm them, cameras spotted him planting the box in new york city saturday night and later a second location where this bomb was recovered. he worked in restaurant, and lived in the family's second floor apartment. the fbi found more explosive devices when they searched the apartment. investigators are looking into the suspect's background and travel history including his visit to afghanistan two years ago. to help zero in on a motive and see if he truly acted alone. kendis and diane? >> thank you. all devices discovered over two days in a 60 mile stretch from
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see if one person was just responsible. special agent fbi in charge and steve gomez is on the phone, and, steve, officials currently say they are confident this guy acted alone, but, you know, for some time, they were thinking there were other people that might have been involved. what are we learning right now about this case? >> caller: well, you would think that there will be somebody else involved talking about four devices, two states. that's sophisticated. that's a lot of work going into it. the idea that he's a lone wolf attacker is -- it's kind of -- it's hard to believe, but i mean, that's the operating theory they are going off of right now, but they are going to be digging into a lot of the guy's background. talking to the family, friends, neighbors, and so on. they are not going to leave any stone unturned because bottom line is, you can't let somebody
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devices that exploded, whether they gave him some final support, whatever it was, you got to figure out if there was somebody else involved. >> steve, that's a big question with cases like this. is someone else involved? of course, are there more devices? what goes into answering that? >> caller: well, it looks like when they conducted the search, they found more explosive items and devices and so on, so that's good. they were able to find that. they will be doing other searches as well, i'm sure, this guy had any contact with. so finding additional explosive material, that's going to be very important, and, you know, it's a lot of that is going to start with the analysis that's being done on the devices that exploded as well as the one they were able to recover before they went off because the footprint of those devices and material, traced back to where they
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>> you have this incident over the weekend, the stabbing in minnesota, injuring some ten people we learn now, and, of course, the 15th anniversary of 9/11. any idea that there might have been a timing issue where all of these attacks that took place? >> caller: well, if you notice, you know, i track this, you know, quite regularly. we talk quite a bit when an incident like this happens, and we have not had an incident like this in a while. i mean, several weeks, and were having one every week, sometimes twice a week, so you almost wonder, was there a dry spell, and then there was some kind of online communications going on from either isis or al qaeda, you know, probably isis, or just some kind of communication from somewhere to basically say, lay low for a while. you know, the world's getting hit. you know, every week. and now, all the sudden, we have four devices, the minnesota
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just something had to have happen. you can't rule out any communications. bottom line is the fbi director said that encrypted communications are used. it's harder for the bureau to track that. >> all right. abc news contributor, steve gomez, we'd love to talk longer, but we appreciate it. talking political ramifications of this, the wake of the attacks, donald trump's repeated calls for profiles, and hillary clinton casts herself with the only candidate to take on terrorists. >> a new poll on who americans trust to take on terrorism, clinton at 48%, and trump 45%. a virtual tie. who would be the better commander in chief? it's 50% for clinton and 45% for trump. again, a virtual tie. your voice, your vote. tom is on the campaign trail with more. >> reporter: donald trump p
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the suspect in the bomb attack. >> this thug will be begin a fully modern and updated hospital room and probably even have room service knowing the way our country is. >> reporter: on the night of the new york explosion, trump was quick to declare it a bombing before the facts were in. >> i must tell you just before i got off the plane a bomb went off in new york and nobody knows exactly what's going on. >> reporter: today, he congratulated himlf ahead of the game. >> i should be a newscaster because i called it before the news, but what i said was exactly correct, and everybody says while he was right, he called it too soon. okay, give me a great. >> reporter: trump says the attack highlights a broken immigration system. >> in many cases, this is cancer from within. nobody really knows who it is. what's happening. they are plotting. they keep plotting. >> reporter: calling for increased profiling. >> our local police, they know who a lot of these people are.
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about it because they don't want to be accused of profiling. and they don't want to be accused of all sorts of things. do we have a choice? >> reporter: when the bomb went off saturday night, hillary clinton addressed reporters on her plane and calling it a bombing before officials did. >> i think it's always wiser to white until you have information before making conclusions. >> reporter: clinton saying isis. >> the kind of words and rhetoric trump uses gives aide and comfort to our adversaries. >> reporter: returning to the issue of temperament. >> this is a fast moving situation and sobering reminder we need steady leadership in a unsteady world. >> reporter: released the topics for the first presidential debate, america's direction, achieving prosperity, and
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deep in her debate prep. donald trump focuses on debate prep over the weekend. abc news, florida. well, coming up, we're going to have the rest of the morning's headlines including a troubling story from tulsa. >> family and friends of crutcher are searching for answers after he was shot and killed by the police while apparently reaching into his vehicle. >> and strapping in all those young kids. but did you know that according to a new study, number of children are not properly restrained while riding around. what every parent needs to know. check out our behind the scenes picks on instagram. you're watching "world news now."
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in syria, new outrage this morning, a u.n. humanitarian aide convoy carry foods to temperatures of thousands was hit by an air strike, at least 12 killed, and it happened moments after the end of the cease fire. it's believed syria or russian military carried out the air strike. a likely lone wolf was behind the minnesota mall stabbings. nine people were wounded in the ram pain. the attacker was shot and killed by app offduty officer. isis claims he was one of its soldiers. police say the somalia imgrant
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a police video shows a black man shot and killed by officers in oklahoma. who was unarmed. local and federal officials are investigating the death of crutcher in tulsa, and it shows him with arms raised walking stwards his stalled suv before someone in the chopper is heard saying, looks like a bad dude. ha that big bad dude was a father. that big bad dude was a son. >> crutcher hit by a taser and gunfire. the gunshot fired by 42-year-old betty shelby who is now on leave. police have not said what led her to draw a gun. the ceo of wells fargo testifies, expected to apologize for the bank's practice of selling customers' bank and credit card accounts they did
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critics like elizabeth warren. gas prices rising in the north because of shortages. a pipeline was shut down due to a leak. drivers are panicking and stocking up, increasing demand. the biggest increase in georgia, up 21 cents in the last week. a study finds a third of children 4-7 are not properly restrained in car seats, percent by seat belts only, the rest with neither seat belt or car seat. many put in booster seats too soon. learn more on saturday at national seat check. for details, check with your local police department. a suspected drunk driver in custody after hitting two pedestrians on the hollywood walk of fame, allegedly, and then smashed into a building, tried to run, and caught a short time later. the pedestrians are expected to be okay.
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museum of broken relationships. coming up in our next half hour, the new details we're learning about the toxic sink hole in florida as 200 million gallons of rood radio active waste water leak, and they are monitoring levels, but is the water really safe to drink? >> first, the five transgender models who are boldly breaking barriers on a reality show showing the grief behind the glitz. you're watching "world news now."
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>> they are not just any models. they are transgender, and they are hoping to shed a new light, not just on the glamorous life of a model, but profound race they endured behind the glitz. ? ? >> reporter: broad shoulders, chiselled body, and thick goatee, he has the smoldering a modelling dream for any guy, but he's transgender and began the transition at the age of 25. how old were you when you thought for the first time, i might not be in the right body? >> i was like 4 or 5 years old. my mom thinks i'm lying, but recently, she said, you know, i remember when you were that age, you tried to play with dolls.
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covers, getting steady gigs like this issue of attitude magazine. what's it like posing naked? is it -- i mean -- >> it's -- i've gotten more comfortable with it as time goes on because it's often what they make me do. it's hard because, you know, tiny little speedos and underwear, but that's what >> reporter: one of five models boldly breaking barriers on "strut," whoopi goldberg the executive producer. there's more than enough drama. >> how many times -- >> reporter: and glamour to keep you watching, but for many in the transcommunity, the world is not as glittery as what you see on tv. one in five transgender people
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life, and 41% attempted suicide compared to 2% of the general population. he reached a point where he sees on the outside reflects the inside. >> i feel myself. i feel complete. i feel like i'm not zone. a long time before, i felt like a child. i couldn't grow up. i used to hide. >> reporter: now you're truly a man? >> yes, i am a map. i look like the man i thought. >>y unprecedented visibility over the last couple years in part because of "orange is the new black," and then you have jeffrey's speech at the emmys as well saying that he plays mara on "transparent" put out a call for hollywood to hire more transgender actors. >> hoping he's the last person who is straight to play a transgender character because he would rather hollywood hire
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designers are hiring more and more transgender models as well. easier and easier to find work.
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new york city. >> because sales are low? so they have room to spare or is this because it's such high demand? >> such high demand -- >> they need to spend the night. >> imagine being there, spin whatever record you want all night long. you can have friends over, but they leave by 2:00 a.m. >> got it. >> yeah. to heart warmer -- >> oh, okay. >> adorable story, an 8-year-old boy, thomas moore, saw his mom watching a video of lost hair to cancer, so thomas got a great idea to grow his hair out for two years, and there you see the results. his mom says after he cut it off off, he was able to make enough hair for i believe it was three wigs. and he's now getting a lot of props. >> another creative youngster using himself for another reason. this is in scotland. legal age to drink there is 18,
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this morning, this morning on "world news now" piecing it together after a dramatic shootout with police, a suspect caught in connection with bombs detonated in new jersey and new york. now the question, why? new details on what might be the motive for a stabs spree what he said to the victims in the ordeal, and how his family reacted to the news. donald trump jr. creating a fire storm. >> the son of the republican candidate compared syrian refugees with skittles with regards to national security. dancing the classic tv tunes last night in the ballroom, everyone k rreally upping their game. who is topping the leader boards and who is expected to be sent
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complete wrap up on the tuesday , september 209. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> we're starting this half hour with a swift capture of a suspected bomber accused of terrorizing the greater new york city area. >> the 28-year-old rahami is not cooperating with investigators after a shootout in new jersey that left him and two officers injured. police say he was linked to the bomb attacks, in new york and new jersey through finger prints and surveillance video. >> he immigrated from afghanistan as a child, and so far, investigators found no direct connections to any specific terror group. we got more now from abc's lindsey davis. >> reporter: the dramatic takedown. >> there's a guy shooting a gun.
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>> reporter: a bystander capturing the moment as gunfire erupts as police confront the suspect. >> had to be, like, 15-20 shots. >> reporter: video capturing the suspect attempting to flee, gun in hand. it unfolds three hours after police released this image of the suspect, 28-year-old a amad khan a man arrives to work, sees a man sleeping in the hallway and calls the police. the police officer approaches the man, recognizing the suspect from the beard. >> suspect fired on him, and fortunately, for us, he had a vest on, hit in the vest, and so that saved him. >> reporter: officers race to the scene as the shootout intensifies. >> he was not standing back or
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shooting. >> reporter: another officer injured in the fire fight, and then this image, the suspect on the ground, injured, but alive, surrounded by law enforcement. >> look at him. >> that's him. >> map, this is great. >> reporter: still conscious, placed on a stretcher, arms bloodied and right shoulder bandaged taken by ambulance to the hospital. the takedown 48 hours after the first device exploded. >> shut down the run, get them out of the >> reporter: first a pipe bomb goes off on the route of the marines. then the powerful explosion strikes a busy new york city neighborhood. in this video, you can hear the blast. three hours later, word a pressure cooker was found four blocks north. >> there was an intentional act. >> reporter: the next night, two
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containing five pipe bombs. as police attempt to disarm them, a robot cuts a wire triggering this explosion. that blast less than three miles from where authorities caught up with the man who they say is connected to it all. both police officers injured are expected to be okay. as for the 29 people injured in the blast, they are now all out of the hospital. nbc news, linden, >> it was a new jersey bar owner who saw something and said something, and helped in the man haunt. >> barry still can't believe the guy lying in the vestibule of the tavern may be responsible for the chelsea bombing. he said he didn't do anything special. >> i'm not hero, but i did -- usually, it's happened a couple of times, i go and confront people and i i start yelling at them, what are you doing in my bar? but, today, i don't know what
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oh, this guy, that looks like hem. >> reporter: wow. >> we don't know, let's call the cops. he's holding a gun or something because, then the cops, and this guy goes to the back, and he was shot twice. >> reporter: he says he was nearly hit by bullets in the gun gunfight, but he's okay, and wonders why the suspectho nap. so far here's what we know about the 28-year-old, a naturalized u.s. citizen born in afghanistan. he graduated from new jersey's edison high school in 2007. >> atended junior college for a year, and then worked at the family's restaurant in elizabeth, new jersey. in the past few years, he traveled to afghanistan and pakistan, and friends say he was more religious when he came back from the region. >> authorities tracked him using
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saturday. in minnesota, we're hearing from the family of the man accused of going on a stabbing spree in the mall. he attacked nine before being shot and killed by app offduty police officer. investigators say he asked potential victims whether they were muslims. relatives shocked that isis claims the 20-year-old was connected to the group. >> are you aware isis said he was a >> nothing, no. >> investigators described the attacker as a lone wolf saying he has no known terror ties. right now, stabbings are not believe to be connected to the new york city area bombing. this shifts the race to the white house back to terror. they met with world leaders in new york city for the u.n. general assembly. hillary clinton sat down with the egyptian president to
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efforts and spoke trade with the japanese prime minister and discussed russian aggression with the president of eukraine. and donald trump met with the egyptian leader saying that he has high regard for peace-loving muslims. donald trump jr. under fire again after comparing syrian refugees to skittles, the candy. the clinton camp calls the tweet disgusting. don j tweeted this image and thesewo if you have a bowl of skittles and i told you three would kill you, would you take a handful? that's our syria refugee problem, and the tweet called for the end of the politically correct agenda that doesn't put america first. nearly 900 imgrants have u.s. citizenship now by mistake because of errors from processing their applications, and internal audit found the problems mostly attributed to missing or incomplete records. in some cases, paper records
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data, and some of the new citizens had pending deportation orders against them. all came from countries posing security threats to the u.s. apparently or neighboring countries. after a rough weekend with the explosions, they are showing appreciation for the police. free coffee for officers on duty saying it's the least he could do for police who run to danger rather than from it. >> another delivered pizza to officers on duty in a hotel in another part of manhattan this weekend offered residents displayed by the explosion a free room and dinner. >> all the nice things to see in the aftermath. tragedies, something nobody wants, but you see communities coming together in ways they never had before. >> new yorkers were not phased, pretty much by this, but concerned about little things, like, my rental car's down the
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giant toxic sink hole that opened up in florida. details about the hundreds of millions of gallons of radio active water threatening the state's main source of clean drinking water. it's the voice that transcends time 25 years after voicing the role of mrs. potts, but wait until you hear what angela did for the silver anniversary. but first, he's a look at today's forecast. ? ? "world news now" weather
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a southwest jet taking off a southwest jet taking off from lax forced to return after a tire blew. the 142 passengers were put on busses and placed on a new aircraft for the flight to nashville. north korea claims they tested a rocket engine successfully that could be used to launch satellites. the president reportedly ordered scientists and engineers to prepare for a launch as soon as possible. it's the latest in a string of tests of potential weapons the north condued the u.s. an china vow to coordinate more closely in addressing the nuclear threat posed by north korea. president obama and the chinese premier met monday in new york. the white house says they both condemn north korea's recent nuclear test. calls for criminal charges this morning in the police shooting of an unarmed black man in tulsa, oklahoma. they released footage, showing
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in the suv. the officer who fired the shot is on administrative leave and local and federal authorities are investigating. jim carrey sued for the wrongful death of his girlfriend, white, who died of a drug overdose a year ago. her estranged husband accuses jim of supplying her with the powerful painkillers she used, and he says her troubles came before he met her, end quote, and her tragic end was beyond a recall involving a breakfast food causes concern. kellogg's recalling eggo whole wheat waffles because of possible listeria contamination. so far, no one has been sick. best use by dates by november 21, 2017 and november 22, 2017. worries worsening over the giant toxic sink hole. >> more than 200 million gallons
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leaked into the state's main source of drinking water. >> officials say the waste water is being contained, but question this morning, is that really enough? here's the latest. >> reporter: concern rising over the sink hole punched right into this moon scape, big enough to swallow a school bus and allowed more than 200 million gallons of radioactive waste water to gush in the ground water below. residents are on edge. >> first word that comes to mind is cancer. >> reporter: criticizing the company for waiting three weeks before notifying the public about the toxic leak. the company called mosaic says they followed regulations and incests the contamination is contained to the waste site. florida environmental protection says they are monitoring the toxins while the company offered
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it's cold comfort for residents. >> i have young kids, you know, will they be sick? >> reporter: concern is heavy toxins seep into a giant aquifer that supplies drinking water to millions of people in florida and georgia. abc news, los angeles. >> something we'll keep an eye on. when we come back, last night's big winners on "dancing with the stars." what angela did that turned
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? ? the skinny's starting with "dancing with the stars." >> after last week's studio scare by protesters who rushed the stage, cast members responded last night wearing their own lochte t-shirts with his name and a heart. the olympian admitted it's impacted him so much. >> second week, in the meantime, saw all contestants upping their game a little bit on tv night, dancing to classic tv theme songs, so, of course, the quick step to the brady bunch theme in the best '70s felt bottom pantsuit with guest appearances by her tv mom, florence
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t >> dead last with 22, another performance by the former texas governor rick perry, doing the quick step to green acres. he sure did try. >> looks all right there. no? >> i thought it was okay. >> looks all right. all right. so former detroit lions wide receiver, calvin johnson, channelled urkle in the fox trot scoring 28, pretty good, and met the real >> yes. that's my favorite moment right there. that makes him the winner of the night no matter the scores, right? met urkle. >> in person. >> did i do that? the actual winner of the night, though, was the olympic gymnast, hernandez, killing it to the theme of "duck tales", which, by the way, the 16-year-old admitted she's actually never
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? ever just the same ? ? every a surprise ? >> sounds great. 90-year-old lansbury less than a month from 91 voiced mrs. potts. >> sounds like she did then, 25 years ago. >> unbelievable. it's great. i get chills. sounds the same. all right, welcome to a new era. kanye west joined the gram. >> after famously resisting it on to instagram sunday with a verified account posting just one photo so far. >> huh. >> this is a mood shot, we suppose? of a vehicle? a building, and the dark sky. >> but there's a gray sky. that might be allude to something? i don't know. there's no caption. the interpretation is up to you. he's now already surpassed a million followers, but he follows no one. not even his wife, kim
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k-y touch. now the family that plays together and cooks together. >> talking about curry and his wife and cooking up in their tongues, apparently, of many fans and followers. here's abc's robin reports. >> reporter: on the court -- >> hits the three. >> reporter: curry is the reigning nba mvp. >> show them how you ride. >> reporter: off the court, part of a fearsome foursome, his wife, and adorable little girls.
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their home to sample her home com cooking. >> this is spice rubbed chicken. it's a staple. >> curry approved dish? >> it is. >> a self-taught foodie is building an empire, posting recipes for her 4 million social media followers and published a new cook book, the seasoned life. >> just like your mama. >> reporter: it's obvious, your passion for food and cooking. tell me where it stems from? >> it stems from family. growing up, i just remember always being in the kitchen and good food gets people talking and feel good, that's why i love it so much. >> reporter: despite her hectic schedule, she attends most of her husband's home games and is known for being a passionate
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landed her in water with fans after she called the nba rigged. your passionate? >> yeah. i'm in love with my husband, protective, and hard to portray your personality in 140 characters. >> reporter: food, family, and faith, her ingredients for living her best life. and a day would not be complete without a tour of riley's new play house. oh, just a slice of life the currys. robin roberts, new york. >> she said it was his suggestion, because he said, everyone asked for the recipes, start a blog, and the blog led to the book, and -- >> all these followers. >> here we are. >> i wonder if she has curry recipes? >> if they make curry? >> yeah. >> i bet yes. i bet this is a question inquiring minds want to know. get brian ross on it. >> green or red? this is abc's "world news
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good morning, i'm diane macedo. >> i'm kendis gibson. the alleged bomber behind explosions in manhattan and parts of new jersey is not cooperating with the police. he was wounded in a dramatic shootout with the new york mayor calling it an act of terror. full report ahead. the fbi described the mass stabbing in a minnesota mall as a potential act of terrorism as well. investigators say the man behind the attack leaving nine wounded was likely a lone wolf and shot and killed by an offduty police officer. the wells fargo ceo expected to apologize for the scandal with his bank, but no scheme to
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today president obama speaks to the u.n. general assembly it's r for the last time as president. hillary clinton and donald trump were at the u.n. yesterday for meetings with top leaders. more about that and more stories on this tuesday, september 20th. from abc news, this is "world news now." new details on a suspected bomber accused of unleashing ter roar in and around new york. >> the 28-year-old was after a wild hunt with police in new jersey, taken down miles from where five explosive devices were found, and across the river from the attack of the injured 29 people in manhattan. he was identified from fingerprints found on a device. >> more explosives found in his department, held on $5 million bail and facing charges of attempted murder.
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past. >> reporter: saying he refuses to answer questions or give his name. the fbi builds the case against the after gab born naturalized u.s. citizen. >> i have every reason to believe it was an act of terror. >> reporter: as a teenager, attended high school in new jersey, graduating in 2007, a clean cut kid interested in sports and girls. >> ahmad had a became pregnant, who was far along in the pregnancy at the prom, and they ended up giving birth to a baby girl. >> reporter: after a year in junior college, he worked at the family restaurant, first american fried chicken, in elizabeth new jersey, and lived in the family's second floor apartment which the fbi searched in 2011. the family sued the city of elizabeth claims discrimination against muslims because of the
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>> code enforcement problems and noise complaints. >> reporter: other trouble, court records show he was accused in 2014 of stabbing a relative in the leg, but the grand jury failed to indict him. u.s. officials tell abc news that over the last few years, rahami travelled to afghanistan and pakistan, incoming almost a year in quetta, pakistan between april 2013 telling authorities he had a wife in pakistan. >> if they spend more than a few days, that raises suspicion that while there, they will be recruited by terrorist groups. >> reporter: friends say she was a changed man when he came home from afghanistan. if the goal was to be a big-time terrorist, he was a failure. cameras spotted him planting the first bomb in new york city saturday night and also saw him at the sec location a short time later, even more revealing, the
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connected to a cell phone, which the fbi was able in only a few hours to track right back to rahami. so far, no indication of a large scale full blown terror cell, but they have other devices in the home and remains open question whether there were accomplices to help in some ways. first charges brought to him for attempted murder because of the shootout with police. brian ross, new details about the other incident that took place over the weekend. the mass stabbing in minnesota. the fbi is now calling it a potential act of terrorism. >> a map described as a somalia born former college student injured nine before being killed by an offduty police officer. here's the latest. >> reporter: want suspect was the fbi's worst nightmare, a lone wolf, no known ties to terror, attacking a soft target, a shopping mall on a busy
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>> at least one victim was asked if they were muslim. >> reporter: five minutes of terror, the somalia-american stabbed nine before being fatally shot by an offduty police officer. he said he attacked anyone in the path. >> started striking a preeing in a minute female on the back of the head. >> reporter: within hours, isis claims him a are you aware isis claims he's a soldier? >> no, nothing. >> reporter: our sources say in the investigation, there's no ties to isis, but the suspect came out of nowhere. that's what is so disturbing, especially the fact that the fbi's tracking 800 isis sympathizers here in the u.s. abc news, washington. as terrorism takes center
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house, candidates held one-on-one meetings with world leaders. donald trump met privately with egyptian president and his campaign said last night he told him he has high regard for peace-loving muslims. trump said if elected, the united states would be a loyal friend to egypt. hillary clinton sat down with the egyptian president to discuss a battle against isis and other kourpt terrorism efforts and spoke trade with the japanese prime minister and discussed russian with the president of ukraine. at the united nations, there's outrage after a u.n. convoy carrying food in syria was targeted by war planes. at least 12 people died in the attack. it happened moments after the end of the cease fire brokered by the u.s. and russia and believed syria or russia carry the out the air strike. the death of an unarmed black man in oklahoma sparking calls for a criminal
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cars and police helicopter. >> reporter: these police cameras captured the violent end of crutcher's life. >> won't show me his hands. >> reporter: why did it end like this? tulsa police officer betsy shelby came across him friday night, callers reporting an abandon suv. >> there's a car that somebody jumped out of it and left it in the senter of the road. >> reporter: crutcher refuses to raise his hands according to the police, but the video refutes. what's harder to see is what happens next, crutcher reaching for something in the car, and later, officer shelby fires one shot. today, the chief admits, he was not armed. >> i'll tell you right now, there was no gun on the suspect
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says this comment by a police helicopter pilot -- >> looks like a bad dude, too. >> reporter: shows cops decided he was a threat. >> that big bad dude was my twin brother. that big bad dude was a father. >> reporter: crhis family wants the officer who fired the fatal shot to face murder charges, and tulsa police say there's so many questions about justified, they are opening an investigation. federal prosecutors say governor chris christie knew about lane closures at the george washington bridge despite his claims otherwise. two top aids on trial, accused of orchestrating gridlock to punish the local mayor for not endorsing the governor's re-election. the governor maintains he had no knowledge of whafrs going on.
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gasoline from the gulf coast to the southeast shut down for more than a week now causing distribution problems. stations have run out of gas entirely and others, prices are rapidly rising. as much as 20 cents in the last week in some areas. the most popular animal on the university of southern california's campus is no longer traveller the horse. it's this guy, golden doodle. >> oh, look. >> the newest staffer at the student help center. he's believed to be the first full-time facility dog on a college campus. >> cute. it's similar to a therapy dog, of course, but works with a larger number of people like facilities, hospitals, schools, or nursing homes. beau is at usc to help students handle anxiety and stress. >> i think we should have a facility animal here. >> we should have one. >> the amount of stress we have. >> bring frank in. >> frank the rabbit? >> pet frank the bunny.
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suits. >> that's true. it would. might not be a good look. okay. we'll get a golden doodle. >> we'll work on that. coming up, back to school toys for your pets. showing you the latest gadgets and gizmos to delight fido and fluffy from sodapups and ball machine to an electric mouse game. frank like this? >> perfect for our facility dog, but first tim tebow makes the fall instructional league debut, but can the below average football player -- >> woah. >> i didn't write that. >> that's judgment. >> i'm not saying it. i like tebow, but doesn't matter what we say. hear what the fans say.
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former football star, tim t tebow, hit the training field with other minors. >> likely his celebrity that packed the stands. here's wabc. >> reporter: tebow time reached florida. tim mets instructional league. >> looking forward to it. you know, excited to get out here and just be on a team. go through practice, and everything like that, and, you know, it's just fun. >> reporter: 70 media credentials issued for the workout, and 400 fans showed up to watch, not normal. >> thankful for the support and showing up and rooting and cheering for you, and, you know, this is -- it's awesome. >> reporter: those fans were
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some even calling out sick. you have a case of tebow mania? >> oh, yeah! she does too. >> i do too, yes. >> reporter: spreading, isn't it? >> it is. >> got here at 9:30 this morning, stood in line, and we live 45 minutes away, but tim tebow is worth it. >> it's awesome. glad to have the opportunity to do this. >> reporter: goal is the big leagues, but also, just showing up. >> try to find things -- what if you donak failing? just giving everything you have for something that you love, and pursuing it, and it's not being afraid to fail. >> reporter: our thanks to laura from wabc reporting from spring training. >> had fun on the first day. appreciate you guys getting me ready. >> his jersey is now the number one seller for the mets, and he's not even on the actual team. >> so it's a bit of genius on the mets' part there.
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football player. >> and a good example.
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the day's getting shorter, not just the kids spending more time indoors, but your pets as well. joining us with a new bumper crop of toys and gadgets to keep
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healthy is gizwiz, and, dick, i'm getting a dog in a couple weeks, so this is perfect timing. >> perfect timing. okay. night dog, these are leashes and collars, l.e.d., you can either set them for steady or flashing. >> oh, i see. >> if you go out at night, these are absolutely perfect. replaceable batteries and one 1 hu 00 hours on one set of they come with batteries. >> that's great. >> a unique water bowl, and what's neat is this is full of water. >> okay. >> so i carried it over here like this, so what it is carrie any way you want, and when you want to give your pet a drink. >> oh. >> the water is in the water bowl. >> yeah. >> and then you turn to the water position, and then water comes out. >> that's great. you see that? >> yes. it is gravity fed, and so what
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of the bowl with a bit of water, so that as the pet drinks, it fills. >> that works for humans as well, go to a festival, fill with beer, and just, like, when you run out. >> you could. you could. >> yeah. all right. >> people use filtered water, but it also comes with a filter. >> cool. >> this is called soda pup. you heard of soda pop, but these are heavy duty -- feel that. >> yeah. >> these are, leike, for dogs that like open at the bottom and top, throw snacks in them, making it game for the dogs. the sodapup can toy. >> all right. >> night eyes. they always make great stuff. >> uh-huh. >> this is the night eyes pet gadget. >> okay. >> so this hangs on to your belt, key chin, on the back there's a nail file. this is for removing a tick. this is for removing burrs.
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opener. >> no one mentioned that part of a dog, removing ticks as well? >> yes, and burrs. riverside walk has burrs. >> okay. >> this is another little thing from night eyes for your key chain. and this is for the pet owner. get to work and you have pet hair, use this, and lint, use that. for me, i'll put it on my key chain. it's, like, five bucks. >> removes ticks as well? >> i don't know. okay. so this there's a funnel at the top with the object to teach your dog to come back and drop the ball in it. drop a ball in it, you be the ball. >> i'll be the dog. >> and -- >> okay. we didn't want to kill the cameraman. >> oh.
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>> yeah that little -- >> and that guy over there. >> you want to -- >> playing fetch. >> oh, that's okay. you don't have to fetch. we have people that do that. >> look -- >> this is a cat hide and seek game with a house that cats absolutely love. my dog was terrified of it. cats will love it. if you don't have enough time for a cat or a dog, how about a fish or a couple of fish? this is the easy way to do it. this is halo 15. 16 color remote control l.e.d. lights, filter, change that every four to six weeks, a third of the water, and you don't have to take the fish out. under a hundred bucks. >> can the fish fetch the ball? >> it cannot. >> i'm here all night. this is awesome. >> very good.
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finally this half hour, the story of a boy, a dog, and a very patient mother with a big heart. >> yeah. >> who finally caved in. >> okay. we have a touching update on a little boy you saw a little while ago with stolen hugs. >> reporter: for months now, people around the world rooted for the 9-year-old trespasser in louisiana seen here in what may be the cutest surveillance video ever. nearly every day after school, joas neighbor's garage to pet her dog, and when the neighbor posted the video online this summer and welcomed him to come any time, we learned that josh was heart broken. his own dog died, and his mother was refusing a new one. >> i just felt we didn't have the time that a new dog needed. >> reporter: while mom says she's been under a lot of friendly pressure lately, on facebook alone, our little story seen more than 72.4 million times. so take a look.
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the weekend mom gave in. >> love, love, love. >> reporter: to two and a half month old drake. >> good boy. >> reporter: it was a surprise. the black lab came from a family nearby whose son left for college. that's a smile on josh's face and love in his eyes. abc news, atlanta. >> the dog nailed that cute puppy side eye look. >> that means there's another dog that's needing hugs. the neighbor >> i think josh has enough love to go around when it comes to the dog, and maybe they can all play together now. >> realized we covered so many dogs, dog toys and josh and his dog, it's a cometing series in this half hour. >> soon to be your dog.
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from abc news, this is "world news now." good morning, everyone. i'm kendis gibson. >> i'm diane macedo. we start with the man accused of setting off bombs in new york and new jersey taken down in a shootout with the police. >> he's now recovering from and what we're learning about the suspect and what he may have learned about violence. we'll get you the latest in the presidential race, the anxiety stirred up about those explosions extended to the campaign trail. both donald trump .hillary clinton are renewing their promises to fight terrorism. they have different ideas on how to go about that. and the deadly shooting in the city of tulsa overnight. a black man with his hands up fatally shot by police after his
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and audio from the police helicopter that's now fueling the anger over his death. and later, the ground breaking reality show starring five transgender models. it promises drama, cattiness and tribulations and the trials of being both beautiful and different. it's tuesday, september 20th. good morning, everyone. we man accused of setting home made bombs in new jersey and new york. >> he's being held on $5 million bail. police in linden, new jersey, say the 28-year-old opened fire on them after he was found
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>> you can see the investigators are still collecting evidence here. we're told more charges are pending. all three police officers are now recovering from nonlife >> oh, man, it was -- it was wild. >> the bar's owner found the suspect sleeping in the hallway and called police. when an officer approached -- >> within a matter of seconds, the suspect fired on him. he had his vest on and he was hitting in his vest so that saved him. >> rahami fled on foot with gun in hand and on her officers in hot pursuit. >> you heard pop, pop,.pop, pop, a lot of shots.
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the ground brought down by law enforcement less than 48 hours after a bomb went off on this new jersey board walk and this powerful blast that rocked a manhattan neighborhood. the next night, five pipe bombs were found at this new jersey police station. as police tried to disarm them, surveillance cameras spotted rahami planting the bomb in new york city friday night and later caught him at a second location where this bomb was recovered. he worked at his family restaurant, american fried chicken, beneath the family's second floor apartment. the fbi found more explosive devices when they searched the apartm apartment. investigators are now looking into the suspect's background and his travel history, including his visit to afghanistan two years ago to help zero in on a motive and to see if he truly acted alone. >> thank you. all devices discovered over two days in a 60 mile stretch from manhattan to the jersey shore.
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figure out with whether just one person was responsible. special agent fbi in charge and an abc contributor steve gomez is joining us on the phone. and, steve, officials currently say they are confident this guy acted alone, but, you know, for some time, they were thinking there were other people that ght have been involved. what are we learning right now about this case? >> caller: well, you would think that there will be somebody else involved talking about four devices, two locations, two states. that's sophisticated. that's a lot of work going into it. the idea that he's a lone wolf attacker is -- it's kind of -- it's hard to believe, but i mean, that's the operating theory they are going off of right now, but they are going to be digging into a lot of the guy's background. talking to the family, friends, neighbors, and so on. they are not going to leave any stone unturned because bottom line is, you can't let somebody else be out there whether they were helping him develop the
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they gave him some final financial support or whatever it was. you have to figure out if there was somebody else involved. >> steve, that's a big question with cases like this. is someone else involved? of course, are there more devices? what goes into answering that? >> caller: well, it looks like when they conducted the search, they found more explosive items and devices and so on, so that's good. they were able to find that. they will be doing other searches as well, i'm sure, trying to canvas any location this guy had any contact with. material, that's going to be very important, and, you know, it's a lot of that is going to start with the analysis that's being done on the devices that exploded as well as the one they were able to recover before they went off because the footprint of those devices and material, traced back to where they acquired it, and that might be lead to additional clues.
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minnesota, injuring some ten people we learn now, and, of course, the 15th anniversary of 9/11. any idea that there might have been a timing issue where all of these attacks that took place? >> caller: well, if you notice, you know, i track this, you know, quite regularly. we talk quite a bit when an incident like this happens, and we have not had an incident like this in a while. i mean, several weeks, and we were having one every week, sometimes twice a week, so you almost wonder, was there a dry spell, and then there was some kind of online communications going on from either isis or al qaeda, you know, probably isis, or just some kind of communication from somewhere to basically say, lay low for a while. you know, the world's getting hit. you know, every week. and now, all the sudden, we have four devices, the minnesota attack which was gruesome, and just something had to have
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you can't rule out any communications. bottom line is the fbi director said that encrypted communications are used. it's harder for the bureau to track that. >> all right. abc news contributor, steve gomez, we'd love to talk longer, but we appreciate it. talking political ramifications of this, the wake of the attacks, donald trump's repeated calls for profiles, and hillary clinton casts herself with the only candidate to take on terrorists. >> a new poll on who americans trust to take on terrorism, clinton at 48%, and trump 45%. a virtual tie. who would be the better commander in chief? it's 50% for clinton and 45% for trump. again, a virtual tie. your voice, your vote. tom llamas is on the campaign trail with more. >> reporter: donald trump
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the suspect in the bomb attack. >> this thug will be begin a fully modern and updated hospital room and probably even have room service knowing the way our country is. >> reporter: on the night of the new york explosion, trump was quick to declare it a bombing before the facts were in. >> i must tell you just before i got off the plane a bomb went off in new york and nobody knows exactly what's going on. >> reporter: today, he congratulated himself for being ahead t because i called it before the news, but what i said was exactly correct, and everybody says while he was right, he called it too soon. okay, give me a great. >> reporter: trump says the attack highlights a broken immigration system. >> in many cases, this is cancer from within. nobody really knows who it is. what's happening. they are plotting. they keep plotting. >> reporter: calling for
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>> our local police, they know who a lot of these people are. they are afraid to do anything about it because they don't want to be accused of profiling. and they don't want to be accused of all sorts of things. do we have a choice? >> reporter: when the bomb went off saturday night, hillary clinton addressed reporters on her plane and calling it a bombing before officials did. >> i think it's always wiser to white until you have information before making conclusions. >> reporter: clinton saying trump's words are a tool for isis. >> the kind of words and and comfort to our adversaries. >> reporter: returning to the issue of temperament. >> this is a fast moving situation and sobering reminder we need steady leadership in a unsteady world. >> reporter: released the topics for the first presidential debate, america's direction, achieving prosperity, and securing america.
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donald trump focuses on debate prep over the weekend. abc news, florida. well, coming up, we're going to have the rest of the morning's headlines including a troubling story from tulsa. >> family and friends of terrence crutcher are searching for answers after he was shot and killed by police while apparently reaching into his vehicle. >> and strapping in all those young kids. t to a new study, an alarming number of children are not properly restrained while riding around. what every parent needs to know. check out our behind the scenes picks on instagram. abcwnn. you're watching "world news
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in syria, new outrage this morning, a u.n. humanitarian aide convoy carry foods to tens air strike. at least 12 were killed. it happened moment after the end of the cease-fire. it's believed syria or russian military carried out the air strike. a likely lone wolf was behind the minnesota mall stabbings. that's from investigators looking into started's attack in st. cloud. nine people were wounded in the rampage. the attacker was shot and killed by an off duty officer. isis claims he was one of its soldiers.
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a police video shows a black man shot and killed by officers in oklahoma. who was unarmed. local and federal officials are investigating the death of terrence crutcher in tulsa. video released monday shows him with always raised walking towards his stalled suv before someone in the chopper is heard saying, looks like a bad dude. >> that big bade brother. that big bad dude was a father. that big bad dude was a son. >> krcher crutcher was hit by a taser and then if you know fire. the gunshot fired by 42-year-old betty shelby who is now on leave. police have not said what led her to draw a gun. fireworks are expected on capitol hill today when the ceo of wells fargo testifies. he's expected to apologize for
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accounts they did not authorize. that's not likely to satisfy critics like elizabeth warren. gas prices rising in the north because of shortages. a pipeline was shut down due to a leak. drivers are panicking and stocking up, increasing demand. the biggest increase in georgia, up 21 cents in the last week. a study finds a third of chirnlg aged 4 to 7 are not properly restrained in car seats. of those children, 25% were in seat belts only, the rest with neither seat belt nor car seat. many put in booster seats too soon. learn more on saturday at national seat check. for details, check with your local police department. a suspected drunk driver in custody after hitting two pedestrians on the hollywood walk of fame, allegedly, and then smashed into a building, they say she tried to run, but was caught a short time later. the pedestrians are expected to be okay. the building hit is home to the
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coming up in our next half hour, the new details we're learning about the toxic sinkhole in florida as 200 million gallons of rood radio active waste water leak, and they are monitoring levels, but is the water really safe to drink? but first, the five transgender models who are boldly breaking barriers. a reality show produced by whoopi goldberg showing the grief behind the glitz. you're watching "world news now."
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models blazing a bold new trail. >> they are not just any models. they are >> they are not just any models. they are transgender, and they are hoping to shed a new light, not just on the glamorous life of a model, but profound race they endured behind the glitz. "we're up all nightline" with abc's juju chang. >> reporter: broad shoulders, chiselled body, and thick goatee, he has the smoldering good looks of a male model. a modelling dream for any guy, but lathe is transgender and began the transition at the age of 25. how old were you when you thought for the first time, i might not be in the right body? >> i was like 4 or 5 years old. my mom thinks i'm lying, but recently, she said, you know, i remember when you were that age, we would try to give you dolls and all the girls toys to play
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them. >> reporter: but nowadays, he's landing covers, getting steady gigs like this issue of attitude magazine. what's it like posing naked? is it -- i mean -- >> it's -- i've gotten more comfortable with it as time goes on because it's often what they make me do. it's hard because, you know, especially when you're in tiny speedos or underwear, that's what people are going. they're going straight to what's going on there. >> reporter: now he's one of five models boldly breaking barriers on oxygen's new reality show "strut." womanpy goldberg is the executive producer. there's more than enough drama. >> how many times -- >> reporter: and glamour to keep you watching, but for many in the transcommunity, the world is not as glittery as what you see on tv. one in five transgender people homeless at some point in their life, and 41% attempted suicide compared to 2% of the general
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as for lathe, he says he finally reached a place where what he sees on on the outside reflects what he sees on the inside. >> when i look until the mirror, i feel myself. i feel complete. i feel like i'm not zone. a long time before, i felt like a child. i couldn't grow up. and having to hide. >> reporter: now you're truly a man? >> yes. i am a man. i look like the man i always thought i was. >> many transpeople experienced unprecedented visibility over the last couple years in part because of "orange is the new black," and then you have jeffrey's speech at the emmys as well saying that he plays mara on amazon's show "transparent" and put out a call for hollywood to hire more transgender actors. >> he said he hopes he is the last person who is straight to
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because he would rather hollywood hire more transgender actors.
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because it's more frequent than thought, it's still only 4.5 outpatients in 100,000. >> there's a chance. you get scratched and you might die from cuddling that kitten. >> the death part of it is even more rare than the 4.5 in a hundred thousand, but wash hands after playing with the cat. >> all right. there's a story in brooklyn that's popular, and for younger than 30, record stores are what blockbuster used to be before back wheu the video. >> you had a box store dedicated to a spiny thing. >> got it. >> okay. i digress. there's a record store in brooklyn offering up the opportunity for you to spend the night in that store nanks to air b&b here. it's well known for music snobs, get the chance to hang out in the massive store there. includes round trip air fare to
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this because it's such high demand? >> such high demand -- >> they need to spend the night. >> imagine being there, spin whatever record you want all night long. you can have friends over, but they leave by 2:00 a.m. >> got it. >> yeah. from debbie downer to heart warmer. >> oh, okay. >> adorable story, an 8-year-old boy, thomas moore, saw his mom watching a video of a girl who got a great idea to grow his hair out for two years, and there you see the results. his mom says after he cut it off off, he was able to make enough hair for i believe it was three wigs. and he's now getting a lot of props. >> another creative youngster using himself for another reason. this is in scotland. the legal age to drink there is 18, so he dressed up like his
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making news in america this tuesday morning, the intense investigation of the bomb blast in new york and new jersey. the suspect in custody and not cooperating. agents collecting mountains of evidence about his past, the question, was anyone else involved in this plot? we're live. hi trump are sparring over how to react to the attacks. what a new poll says about who americans trust more when it comes to fighting terrorism. growing anger over a traffic stop that turned deadly. the man who was shot was not armed. his twin sister speaking out. and new this morning, former president george h.w. bush could be about to break ranks when it comes to his vote for president. we have some comments that have american political dynasties

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