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promised a full investigation. we'll continue to stay on top of the breaking story. protesters gathered in tulsa, oklahoma calling for the officer who shot and killed an unarmed black man to be fired and arrested. investigators say they found what they believe is the drug pcp in terrance crutcher's vehicle. >> an attorney for the family says the drug issue is used as a distraction about the use of deadly force and a lawyer for shelby, who fired the fatal before the video begins. >> screaming at him, stop, stop, stop. he walked up to the window, faces the suv, and then looks at her, and then his left hand goes into the car window, and that's when she fired her shot. >> attorneys for crutcher's family challenged that showing an enlarged photo from police footage that appeared to show the window was rolled up. multiple investigations underway to determine whether criminal charges against shelby are
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rights were violated. now to the journal of rahami, suspected bomber from new jersey, facing federal charges. >> he wrote about jihad and journal shows he was inspired by bin laden, and the u.s.-born extremist killed in a drone strike, and according to court papers, he openly bought bomb making equipment on ebay over this past summer. >> the complaint says he igniting a device near his home two days before the bombings in new york and new jersey and questions that warnings may have been missed. elizabeth hur has the latest. >> reporter: files charged against rahami revealed the 28-year-old planned and plotted the attacks for months and captured the suspect in the video planting explosives in the backpack and left fingerprints
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blast on 23rd street in manhattan strong enough to shatter windows 400 feet away, more than three stories high, and alleges a journal was found on the suspect following the shootout with police, which prosecutors say includes anti-american rants and praises for leader, and these come days after the fbi was warned about the suspec them? >> reporter: that warning from the suspect's father in 2014 who later recanted his statement. his son was never questioned by the fbi then. >> they found there was not enough there to continue the investigation. >> reporter: the fbi stopped and interviewed his wife, asia bibi in dubai, came to the u.s. in the kennedy airport in 2014 and left the u.s. three months ago
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looking to determine who knew what and when adding while they are not actively searching for another suspect, they are not ruling anything out. >> elizabeth, thank you. both the new jersey police officers wounded in the shootout with rahami are out of the hospital, and officer peter hammer grazed in the head was greeted by a crowd of applauding officers as he was discharged yesterday, and officer angel released monday and had a bullet proof vest. 20 people killed in an air strike, and there was a russian jet tracked over the air, russia denies the air strike and says a fire caused the damage. the u.n. cancelled all aide delivery for the time being. donald trump's campaign is denying allegations that he used money from his charity to settle two lawsuits. the washington post says trump
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charity after being fined for an oversized flag pole at his club in florida. the check allegedly came from the trump foundation, not his pocket, and he's accused of using $158,000 from the foundation to resolve another lawsuit in new york. >> trump is doubling down on the call for police profiling after the bombings in new york and new jersey telling supporters you can't be politically correct when it comes to the threat of radical we are on the campaign trail. >> reporter: in the wake of the bomb attacks, donald trump brushing aside critics of the calls for profiling. >> immigration security is national security. >> reporter: his belief? political correctness events law enforcement from stopping people like the suspected new york bomber. >> they want you to look at a woman who is in a wheelchair that's 88 years old and barely
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same way as the guy who looks like the guy that just got captured, central casting for profiling. everybody's supposed to be treated equally, realm, it doesn't work that way p. it's radical terrorism. >> reporter: sticking to his appointment on refugees. >> syria refugees -- >> over, done, no more. done. >> reporter: trump's son, don jr., drawing outrage with this tweet. if i had a bowl of skittles, and i i told you just three would kill you, would you take a handful? that's our syria refugee problem. the mars corporation says, skittles are candy, refugees are people. it's an inappropriate analogy. abc news, north carolina. president obama took several swipes at donald trump saying a nation ringed by walls imprisons itself. in the final speech to the u.n. as president, he said we have to
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nationalism. he said refugees have epic proportions and test our humanity. >> we have to imagine what it's like for our family, for our children if the unspeakable happened to us. >> saying the u.s. is accepting 110,000 refugees from around the world in the coming year, 60% more than the number welcomed this year. another heat record. august average temperature was hottest ever, 61 and quarters degrees. the government says it's the 16th consecutive month of record breaking heat. this summerfuls the hottest summer on record, and 2016 likely to be the hottest year ever. one official blames greenhouse gases. one u.s. air force pilot dead, another injured after a crash in northern california. it happened during a training mission for a u2 reconnaissance plane about 15 minutes after takeoff from the air force base. the pilots ejected before the
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wildfire near sacramento. a philadelphia high school teacher under investigation after video shows him fighting with a student. the pair kick and punch each other, and at one point, the student in a head lock. the altercation started when the student was late to class. >> i came from the old school. we did not fight our teacher. we listen at the teacher, and we did what we had to do. we did wha >> well, the teacher was injured badly enough he required sti stitches. the student charged with assault. to the major leagues, a debut for one member of the baltimore ore yals. >> got into the first major league game last night against the red sox and parked his first career big league home run. >> the ball was given to his
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and went to oriole games as a kid, and his grandfather had season tickets for 20 years. you can see the family going absolutely nuts. >> just like he practiced it. yep, first league baseball game, and just going to hit it out of the park. >> he said it happened on what would have been his grandfather's 79th birthday. >> great gift for grandpa. coming up, one of the most devicive issues in this year's presidential race. the growing the u.s. opening doors to syrian refugees. here what david muir found out who is vetting the refugees bound for america. end of an era in hollywood. what we are finding out about why angelina jolie filed for divorce from brad pitt and how brad is responding. remember to tell us what you think on facebook. wnnfans.com, or on twi
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. the trump campaign is dealing with new fallout from the now infamous tweet from donald trump jr. comparing syrian refugees to skittles. >> because the man who shot the b picture of the bowl of skittles
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they fled to britain from cypress when he was 7 years old in 1974, saying trump never asked permission to use the picture. >> we are in jordan to see who is vetting syrians bound for america. >> this journey begins one year ago. the first day of school in one american town. she's 6 years the ground. >> welcome. >> her first grade door here in america, a sign in arabic. >> hello. >> hello! this is hola. she is very special because she's not from america. this is where syria is.
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arriving on that flight to america. >> very happy to be here in america. >> reporter: a crash course on life in america, how not to load the dishwasher, how to use the washer and drier, how to get to walmart. but 43 days after arriving in the u.s., this. the attacks in paris. one of the attackers using a fake syria passport posing as a >> this has got to stop. they don't want to americans. >> reporter: political pressure mounts. >> the way the mayor did it was underhanded. >> we have to hold back. >> reporter: halting refugees, and that syrian family is listening. >> listen, they could be isis. i don't know. if i win, they are going back. they are going back. i'm telling you. they are going back.
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7400 miles from modesto, california to syria ourselves. we saw a crush of humanity. >> they come through here? >> yes. >> brought to a screening area. >> reporter: the vetting process that could last two years, and through the windows, you can see family after family being interviewed. >> how can you possibly learn everything about through app interview? >> i'd say the interviewers are highly trained, trained to look at not just documentation, but for the credibility behind the story. >> reporter: inside this room, the syrian families have just been told they are next. this is cultural orientation, where they are taught about their new home, america. she shows them pictures of a
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the next lesson about america? the melting pot. asked a simple question. which of the faces are american? for americans worried about refugees coming to the u.s.? >> they are human like you. we want to be one of you, and so -- a little nervous. >> david muir a hollywood royal couple calls it quits. what we learned about why angelina filed for divorce from her husband, brad pitt. you're watching "world news now."
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profile marriages is now history. angelina jolie filed for divorce from brad pitt after two years of marriage and a relationship stretching back more than a decade. >> now brad pitt is responding. >> reporter: one of hollywood's most prominent power couples splitting up, going from brangelina back to brad and ang lee e that. court documents reveal she's filed for divorce from brad pit, husband of two years, and citing irreconcilable differences, petitioning for physical custody of the six children ranging in ages 8-15 and requesting brad gets visitation. the news taking tinseltown by storm. >> it was a couple that spoke lovingly of each other and praised each other for being great parents, but this was a shock. >> reporter: brad pitt saying he's saddened by this, but what matters now is the well being of
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them the space they deserve in the challenging time. fans saddened too. >> i don't think they should get a divorce. so sad. they are such a beautiful couple. >> reporter: the couple started dating after meeting on the set of the 2005 movie "mr. and mrs. smith," adopted and had children together before marrying. jolie-pitt speaking to abc three months before they wed. >> the kids have a great and we all, you know, take seriously the love and connection between all of us. >> reporter: an attorney for jolie-pitt saying the decision to divorce was made for the health of the family. she's asking for privacy during this difficult time. >> all right. l lauren, thank you so much. it was a sad one. they always spoke highly of each other and cared about things like, you know, humanitarian causes and philanthropy. >> just proves, you know,
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i'm feeling it. >> does that make you happy? >> it's got a little -- >> i don't know. >> no? >> i think my rhythm's off too. >> all right. hopefully the viewers are happy about it. viewers on reddit disagreed, but every country has their own version of the happy song. i like happy, and love song, and breathless. >> okay. >> you want me to stop now? >> okay. >> i have a whole >> i have a feel good and sir mix-a-lot. you know. >> okay. moving on. >> moving on. speaking of buns, so this dude invented the perfect hot d dog-hamburger bun. >> prayers have been answered. >> he invented it back in 2004. it's called the hamdog. there's a patent for it. >> creative.
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the world when pitched on australian version of "shark tank" last year, costing $8 bucks. brilliant, don't you say? bringing together both happy worlds. >> i would eat it. speaking of brilliant inve inventions, this company invented a real life transformer. >> oh? >> check it out. just looks like a regular bmw, but watch as it transforms into a >> cool, actually. >> can move arms, hands, even fingers, and shoots off following and lightning and connects to wifi, just a small problem. the car does not work. >> who cares. >> you can't drive it. >> impressive. >> but looks awesome. apparently, bouquet of flowers the wedding party has, they are a thing of the past, at least for this woman, who
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this morning on "world news now" following the trail of terror. new details as investigators work to piece together the profile of the new york city and new jersey bombing suspect. how his own family tried to warn police beforehand. we'll have the latest in just a moment. breaking overnight, the streets of charlotte, north carolina, angry over the shooting of an alleged unarmed man. a dozen police officers hospitalized hospitalized. we have the latest. and capitol hill, the head of wells fargo. >> you should resign. >> warren and others on capitol hill grilled the bank's ceo calling the corporate leadership gutless. we'll see how he responded to
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why angelina jolie filed for divorce from brad pitt and shocked reaction from friends who heard about it for the first time during an interview. a complete rundown in the skinny. it is wednesday, september 21st. from abc news, this is "world news now." good morning, i'm diane macedo. >> i'm kendis gibson. beginning with that breaking news out of charlotte, north carolina where things have co officers have been hurt during protests over a deadly police shooting. we're taking a look at a live footage curtesy wsoc there, and a big issue on i-85, protesters blocking the highway and setting fire on it. >> yeah. what happened was the protests started in north charlotte area
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man, keith scott, who was killed by a black police officer. they ended up going overnight, circled around 18-wheelers, and looted the content. they started setting the contents on fire. >> police say demonstrators destroyed several marked police vehicles as well as approximately a dozen officers injured, one reported to have been hit in the face with a rock. this all started about 4:00 p.m. yesterday when police went searching for a suspect with an they say, instead, they found this man, keith scott, in a car, they say with a gun, and when he came out of the car with the gun, the police opened fire. scott's family contested that saying he was not armed. >> tra >> the family's account said he was disabled, had a book, and was reading. as you can tell, that triggered what was a powder keg there in the north charlotte area as many people came out.
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reported you had 75-80 people right there on the highway blocking traffic. interstate 85, if you don't know the area, is a major freeway connecting north carolina to the virginia border. you can imagine that a lot of vehicles go through there. >> happening a mile from unc campus, again, a busy area, and we saw video earlier of dozens and dozens of trucks backed up. police vehicles, tear gas, and causing a traffic nightmare there. this morning, we have the mayor and police leadership promising a full investigation. of course, calling for calm, and the mayor has tweeted out that the community deserves answers. >> several times as we've been watching the events, as i mentioned, taking place over the course of five hours or so, at least, you've seen police fire tear gas at protesters, but that
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keep this under control. you can see the protesters going after police themselves. they go after a vehicle in that case, and, again, a dozen police officers injured as protesters targeted police officers directly. you're talking about a city extremely on edge this morning as leadership calls for calm. >> we'll keep an eye on that. turning to new details about the bombings in new york and new jersey. >> the fbi searched a restaurant in new jersey where worked. he's now facing a string of federal charges including the use of weapons of mass destruction, and investigators believe he planned attacks for months, and the bomb detonated in manhattan broke windows 400 feet away. >> they interviewed his wife in dubai, they stopped her at the airport, and now they believe there was missed signals, and he may have slipped through the
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brian ross has been on this since the very start this weekend, and brings us the latest on the investigation and what police found out now. >> reporter: federal officials were warned about the accused bomber seen in this tape, allegededly about to plant bombs in his suitcase and backpack. the warnings from his own father who told reporters outside his home he met with the fbi in 2014. what did you tell them? but the fbi said the father later recanted his allegations, and the son was never questioned by the fbi. >> they found that there was not enough there to continue the investigation. >> reporter: the father's allegations came after his son's year-long trip to pakistan, now key to invs. gags, and they are reviewing photos posted on facebook. while in pakistan, he married
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woman, asia bibi, coming to the u.s. in kennedy airport in may 2014 and left the u.s. three months ago in june. officials say she was stopped at the airport in dubai and interviewed by the fbi. >> basically, trying to get a picture of him through her. that's going to open up a lot more avenues of investigation. >> reporter: after rahami caught monday in the shootout with police, authorities said they found a personal journal in the pant pocketson anti-american rants and praise for the late islamic cleric who inspired so many u.s. terror plots. federal authorities have now filed their own criminal charges against rahami in new york and new jersey incoming detonating a weapon of mass destruction. brian ross, abc news, new york. for the first time, we heard from the homeless man and friend
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>> they said it was on a garbage can in new jersey, and when they looked inside, they were alarmed. >> we need to go to the police station right now. he says, why? i said, this is a bomb. >> well, that's one of the devices that went off as the bomb squad attempted it disarm it. unclear whether they were left by the accused bomber or someone else. go fund me page has been set up for parker and white. they said they are not heros, but just doing the and donald trump's campaign is denying allegations that he used money from his charity to settle at least two lawsuits. the washington post says trump pledged $100,000 to a veteran's charity for being fined over a flag poem, but the trump allegedly came from the foundation, not his pocket. he's accused of using $158,000 from the foundation to resolve another lawsuit against his golf club in new york.
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the clinton foundation lays off dozens of staffers amid conflict of interest allegations. hillary clinton faced scrutiny after reports that some individuals she met with as secretary of state were donors to the foundation. despite new law yafs, the foundation retains staffers to work with donors. it's official, another republican figure makes no bones about the fact that he's voting for hillary clinton. former president george hw bush told dozens of people at a reception in maine that he's not ti presidential candidate. no one else in the bush family declared for clinton, but only his grandson endorsed trump. dozens of countries pledged to take in thousands more refugees following a speech by president obama at the united nations telling the country they had a moral obligation to help in the global refugee crisis. the u.s. takes in more than 100,000 refugees over the next year, and the latest u.n. study found 65 million people have been displaced by conflict or
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quarterback, colin kaepernick, details how a big contribution he promises to make and proceeds from the sale of the jersey will be used. he's been kneeling during the national anthem to protest racial oppression and police brutality saying he has people vetting potential charities to determine proper ones to support. in addition to the jersey proceeds, kaepernick plans to donate a million dollars to groups supporting his cause. well, now to virginia where one high school band has been playing with a special guest this season. ? ? that would be school security officer coleman pounding the skins with the charity high school band. >> he played in the band before graduating from the school ten years ago, and he's been drumming again as a way of connecting with the students. coleman played at two games so far, and he's been asked to continue. >> so this video already has
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look at him go. >> he's got skills. good job there. coming up in the skinny, the end of brangelina as we know it, and how the breaking news caught george clooney by surprise. lady gaga releases a video in more than two years, and why it makes you want to get up and dance. if you're into that. first, a look at today's forecast. ? ? "world news now" weather brought to you by american
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the wells fargo fake account scandal was on capitol hill where the bank's ceo faced tough questions. >> insisting it was not an orchestrated scheme, but his apology, as we saw, did not get far with some senators. >> reporter: the wells fargo bank seat. taking multiple rapid rounds of questionin ing from members of congress. >> were you aware they were committing fraud? >> they broke our code of ethics. they were dishonest. >> reporter: firing 5300 employees accused of secretly using customer information and illegally opening more than 2 million savings and credit card accounts for five years. to meet sales goals, bankers at
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temporarily took money from real bank accounts, depositing into secret accounts. customers with no idea the money was gone were charged overdraft fees. on capitol hill, some senators defend the employees saying they were victims of a pressure cooker environment, placing blame on managers instead. >> i'm asking if you have fired senior management? the people who actually led community banking division, who oversaw this fraud? did you fire -- >> no. no? >> reporter: another no when asked if he ever considered firing the head of the community banking division while the fake accounts were created. he retired, but expected to make $100 million in salaries, stocks, and bonuses. >> i'm deeply sorry we failed to fulfill our responsibility to our customers, to our team members, and to the american public. >> reporter: wells fargo agreed
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says they refunded $2.6 million in fees to customers. >> all right. our thanks to stefanie. the latest on the breakup and the celebrity reaction. and who got booted offer the stage last night for "dancing with the stars"? the skinny is next.
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? ? time for the skinny starting with the story that stunned the world. >> i should point out at the time this story broke out on tmz yesterday, there was a 3.1 earthquake in the l.a. area, no joke. at the same time. >> everybody was just talking about bragenlena. >> filing for divorce from brad pitt, husband of two years and >> citing irreconcilable differences and petitioned for custody of the six children requesting brad get legal custody and visitation. >> it caught the attention of their friend by surprise. >> angelina and your friend brad are divorcing. >> i didn't know that. i feel very sorry.
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unfortunate story about a family. very sorry to hear that. that's the first i heard it. >> brad pitt said in a statement to "people," quote, i'm saddened by this, but what matters most now is the well being about our kids. >> he's covered the u.n. for more than a decade for cnn, covered the iraq war, aleppo, syrian refugee crisis, and you can tell a producer in the e angelina. >> what do you think his reaction was? just shook his head, okay, here we go. >> here we go. but it is sad. it is the end of an era there. celebrity reactions pouring in. a comedian tweets, if a couple with millions of dollars, six kids, and brand of overpriced rose wine can't make it, we should all just give up now. >> actor and comedian josh gad tweets remember they were the
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together. >> the huffington post tweets, all right, the celebrity couple name of all time, branelina. even adele addressed the elephant in the room and dedicated her concert to them. >> no mention of the earthquake, but -- do you think the breakup caused the earthquake? >> that's what i'm saying. it was so huge. stars." >> last night, first couple e eliminated. despite being at the bottom of the leader board, it was not rick perry. safe to dance another week. >> good, yes. as it turned out, it was former disney star, jt austin and partner, jenna, given the boot, which he says caught him by surprise. >> it was so much fun. it was a blast. learning from jenna was the opportunity of a lifetime.
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you guys are the best. thank you to everyone watching. incredible. >> well, before j.t.'s elimination, four contestants were in jeopardy. >> they will move on to dance another week. >> yes. we are blessed. >> next, a release from lady gaga. >> premiering the music video for "perfect illusion" for her single fifth album. ? ? >> it debuted at no. 15 on the billboard top 100 chart. >> finally, if you wanted to live in a pineapple under the sea, now is your chance. >> hotel and resorts in pu punta cana has a life sized replica of sponge bob's digs.
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i wanted to thank you for advising me of the situation. mr. president, you saved my life. >> well, it's been six years since sutherland graced the small screen as agent jack bower on 24.
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member turned president. here's elizabeth hur. >> all right, where were we? >> reporter: sutherland returning to tv as the "designated survivor." >> you are the designated survivor of the united states. >> it's actually a true thing. >> what happens if we have a terrorist attack at the state of the union, who runs the government? >> most devastating attackin >> reporter: the political leadership in the nation's capital wiped out, leaving the head of housing and urban development running the entire country. now, the premise has you thinking like it's another political drama -- >> action. >> reporter: the cast and the creator of the show say, think again. >> it's equal parts family drama, political drama, and conspiracy thriller. >> reporter: where we go with
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calling the plot intriguing. >> declare war? >> reporter: compelling, and thought-provoking. >> that age-old question, you know, do corrupt people ascend to power, or does power corrupt, and so here's this very good person, what is going to become of him over the long haul? >> mr. president, you're live. >> my fellow americans -- >> reporter: elizabeth hur, new york. it premiers tonight at p.m. right here on abc. i have high hopes. i was addicted to 2 had 4. might have been birthdays and weddings i did not attend. >> god to see him on the small screen. >> don't miss our updates on facebook @wnnfans. >> this is abc's "world news
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good morning, i'm ken dis gi gibson. >> i'm diane macedo. top headlines we have on "world news now," the trump camp rallies against allegations that donald trump settled lawsuit from money from his charity. the article says the trump foundation paid more than a quarter million dollars to resolve cases against two of his we have a full report coming up. the u.s. is blaming russia for an attack on a convoy in syria that killed at least 20 people and destroyed tons of badly needed food, medicine, as well as baby formula. the u.n. suspended aid delivery to syria following that attack. one air force pilot dead, another injured after the u2 spy plane crashed in a training mission in northern california. both ejected before the impact that started a wildfire in a rural area.
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around the clock to contain another wildfire in central california. the canyon fire has now grown to more than 10,000 acres, but officials believe they are making good progress. those are the top storys we're following on this wednesday, september 21st. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> breaking news on protests erupting in charlotte, north carolina after a fatal police we have live pictures coming from our affiliate, wsoc, there in charlotte. this is a major highway in the south throughout that state, i-85. you see that traffic backup? it's all because of those protesters who have now taken on to the highway and some reports they luted 18-wheelers and burned the materials on fire. >> dozens of trucks trying to get through the highway that is
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the highway itself. you can see video foot ooj of that as well. police have been trying to keep the situation under control, but so far, at least a dozen officers have been injured as well, and this is all in protest of a fatal police shooting as a man identified as keith scott. he was shot by a black officer, and police said scott was armed yesterday. his family came out, though, and said that he did not, he was armed with a book, not a an investigation is ongoing. >> at this point, all we know is they are in the apartment complex parking lot, and this subject gets out with a weapon, they engage him. and one of the officers felt a legal threat and fired his weapon because of it. >> and, again, back to live footage there on the scene in charlotte, north carolina. we are keeping track of this
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protesters clearly angry and many people on the road overnight trying to just get through. many of them truckers just trying to do their jobs this morning. >> you can see the fires right now. that stuff that's right now on fire, they started looting some of these 18-wheelers, and pulled out the material there, and then set them on fire. at some point, we're told the numbers were 75-85 protesters there on the highway. they have shut down that entire highway, and this protest has moved all over the n near the unc campus which, for a little while, security there had to make sure that everything was safe there because of the protesters, and as you see the lights from the choppers, you can see there's a lot of people still on the highway. >> that's right. in the dark it's hard to tell, but once you see the light, you see how many people are still out there on the streets, even at this late hour. again, leaders in the city are asking for calm this morning as the police leadership is promising a full investigation
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on the protest because in the early morning hours, you can tell it is still onongoing. people remain angry or people taking an opportunity of this situation. turning to tulsa, oklahoma there where protesters there demand the officer who shot and killed a black man be fired and arrested. in other developments from that case, the case of terrance crutcher, investigators said they found what they believe is the drug pcp in the vehicle. says that claim is just a distraction, and the lawyer for officer betty shelby who fired the fatal shot says she did not act out of hate or anger. donald trump's campaign slams a report of accusiing him of settling lawsuits with money from the family charity. >> releasing a statement saying the washington post got the facts wrong and denying that the trump foundation made any improper payments. david wright has the details.
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office as a billionaire. >> everyone says you should never be successful and run for political officer. >> reporter: trump's business empire and charitable foundation now under a microscope. the washington post accused trump of using his foundation as a piggy bank to settle lawsuits against his companies, and possible violation of irs rules. when his club faced a $120,000 fine for too big a flag pole, trump settled the case by pledging $100,000 to a charity. the check came from not trump's pocket, but the foundation. the foundation money also paid to settle a lawsuit brought by a golfer against trump's club in westchester, new york, $158,000 to the golfer's favorite charity, on the campaign trail, trump accuses the clinton foundation of influencing. >> it was pay for play. >> reporter: an irs penalty after the foundation made a
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supporting florida's attorney general, pam bondi, who subsequently decided not to pursue an investigation into trump university. today, bondi defended herself. >> i would never, ever trade any campaign donation. that's absurd. >> reporter: trump bragged about how much money he gives to charity. >> do you want to reveal how much you paid to charity? >> i think i revealed over a period of years over a hundred million dollars to charity. >> reporter: since he's not released his tax there's no proof. the foundation's tax returns show the last time he made a personal contribution was eight years ago. since then, according to the post, he's spent $12,000 of the foundation's money in a charity auction to buy a helmet signed by tim tebow and shelled out $30,000 for two portraits of himself, including this one. >> one candidate saves lives around the world.
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took money other people gave to his charity and then bought a 6-foot tall painting of himself. >> reporter: we reached out to the traump campaign and organization, no response yesterday. abc news, new york. >> thank you. the clinton foundation announced a staffing change. according to "politico," the foundation is laying off dozens of after reports some individuals she met with as secretary of state were donors to the foundation. despite the new layoffs, the foundation will retain staffers to work with donors. trump will be back on the campaign trail today in the battleground state of ohio at his event in the small rural north carolina town of ken nonsville yesterday. he made what some considered an eyebrow raising comment in the effort to reach out to
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inner cities because our african-american communities are absolutely in the worst shape they've ever been in before ever, ever, ever. you take a look at the inner cities, you get no education. you get no jobs. you get shot walking down the street. they are worse. >> worse? trump said compared to war torn countries like afghanistan. now, he also said that his poll numbers are african-americans. well, we checked. our latest polling says trump has 5% support among blacks. new details about the bomb blast in new york and new jersey and the man accused of carrying them out. he's charged with using weapons of mass destruction and investigators say his journal revealed he was inspired by bin laden and other terrorists. elizabeth hur has the latest. good morning, elizabeth. >> reporter: good morning to
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filed charges against the suspect, rahami, and the allegations describe a man planning attacks since june. that's according to prosecutors who say that's when this suspect started buying bomb making materials on ebay. fast forward to the past weekend, and we are told -- at least the court documents allege, that there is surveillance video showing the suspect at the scene of the crime, and on top of that, investigators have recovered finger prints linking the suspect to the devices used in the four incidents. now, these alleges come on the same day the fbi confirmed, yes, this suspect was investigated in 2014 and cleared of having any ties to terrorism. at the time, the suspect's own father warned and alerted officials about these concerns, but the father later recaptnted that statement. where does the investigation go
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suspect's wife in dubai, and also right now, they are in the process of reviewing all the evidence recovered so far, incoming a journal allegedly handwri journal in which the suspect went on about anti-american rants, and also we learned from court documents, he expressed concerns that he might get caught before he could carry out a suicide attack. again, this investigation is continuing. the first court date tentative set for next wednesday. back to you. >> elizabeth, thank you. viewers watching live stream of a man playing pokemo go got more than they expected. the man was actually mugged in new york central park after midnight and robbed of three cell phones while the video was running. he was punched in the back of the head, knocked to the ground, and the pokemon go player says he was going to the park for the past ten days to play with a group, but he then got separated
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>> wells fargo ceo got a tongue lashing from members of congress, and he appeared taken aback by the intensity of comments faced offering an apology for questionable practices at his bank, but members noted only low level employees were fired. >> your definition of accountable is to push blame to your low level employees who don't have the money for a fanc pr firms to defend th >> i am deeply sorry that we failed to fulfill on our responsibility to our customers, to our team members, and to the american public. >> well, he admitted that no senior management has been fired because of the scandal, and not a single member of the committee, democrat or republican, came to his defense during that hearing. another corporate executive on the hot seat on capitol hill today, but this time it's a pharmaceutical company. >> here's that story. good morning.
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the head of the company that makes epipens on the hot seat today. the ceo faces questions over hiking prices for the life saving device, a decision she plans to defend. this morning, brash testifies before the house oversight committee and according to prepared remarks, arguing that the price has risen, access to the device increased. the cause for a pair of epipens jumped from $100 in 2007 to $600 to profit off the pens explaining after fees and costs, they make $100 per two devices. she's not only the head of the manufacturer, but the daughter of west virginia senator, joe mansion. a new report raises question about whether her family created a near monopoly on i medical device. usa today reports that her mother used her position as head of an education association to boost sales. she led a, quote, unprecedented
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pens for schools. mylan says the report is inaccurate and demands a retraction. republican senators are also calling for a probe into mylan's rebate practices for epipens, and west virginia's attorney general is looking into an investigation for the price hikes. coming up, the cafeteria worker who quit when a chill cried in the lunch line. >> a player who scored a touchdown with the teams. just to surprise his mom. first, a look at today's temperatures. "world news now" weather brought to you by my pillow. eat
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today and tomorrow will give us a look at the private life of nancy and ronald reagan. the items up for sale are personal effects of the couple from their home, not the trappings of the president and first lady. among the notable pieces are an actual piece of the berlin wall, autographed by ronald reagan, a professional nfl football inscribed by reagan with win one for the kipper, and the sale is expected to fetch more than $2 million and presidential foundation. a former lunch lady in pennsylvania will keep fighting against a policy that forced her to resign from her job. >> stacy quit last week because a new school district rule fortsed her to deny hot lunch to a first grader because his account was overdrawn she says the moment she had to do it broke her heart. >> i didn't say anything. i, you know, i just put the sandwich on his tray, and his
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>> she said the policy is wasteful because once a child touches a tray of food, it can't be served to anyone else. >> she hopes the attention she is bringing to the policy stops other school districts from adopting the same thing. >> a lot of parents, you know, bring up this issue of children and lunch and, you know -- >> i didn't realize there was such a policy that existed. coming up, the shining star at the friday night lights at one high school in michigan. >> how this very special football player scored the touchdown of his life. you got to see this. you're watching "world news now."
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it was the perfect ending too a perfect friday night game in michigan. >> a special football player scored a touchdown with the help of both teams, and he did it for
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this high school outside detroit, robbie held down the position of hydration manager, fancy for water boy, but on this night, his jersey no. 24. >> no matter how bad a day he's having, it's a smile ear to ear. >> reporter: a young man with special needs. his big challenge in life is down syndrome, and as a gift for all his work, both teams got together to make this play, and with the crowd cheering, he scores for the wild cats. ev how did that make you feel? >> that made me feel happy. >> reporter: they kept the plans from his mother, who is always here and fighting terminally ill bone cancer. >> this village is outstanding. >> reporter: a touchdown never felt so good. >> love that he had a little touchdown dance at the end of all of that. >> he's practiced for the moment, it seems. his mother says she's been proud of him being the water boy or the hydration manager as they
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? ? well, most of us clip c coupons to save about to meet one woman who does it for much more noble reasons. how about a little girl doing her best to spread affirmations around the world? we have two truths and a why. good morning. >> good morning. we begin with paper, scissors, and a rock star couponer. this is lauren, a 29-year-old who looks like she belongs on an episode of "extreme couponing," but she's not in it for herself. no the the single mom uses local discounts and bargain buys to
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needy neighbors before her 30th birthday next year. she has a charity called for the love of others in west virginia, and spends five to ten hours a week researching and clipping coupons to afford the food she buys, prepares, and serves to people along the east coast. she was inspired by her grandmother, and hopes to do the same for her 5-year-old son. great work, lauren. next up? hump day, and if you're struckling to get through the week, we have the motivio need right here. say hello to audrey, reminding herself and all of us that all we need to get through the day is looking at us right there in the mirror. >> you are beautiful. cute and beautiful, cute and beautiful. cute and beautiful. >> yeah, and you're smart. >> her mom says compliments are not just reserved for that reflection in the mirror, but encourages, friends, family, and
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next time a member complains about your messy room, tell them, hey, it's a work of art. according to science, they'll appreciate it more. a small study in the netherlands proves when we are told it's art, it automatically changes our response to it on a ne nene neuro level. they concluded we distance ourselves emotionally from art opposed to what we perceive as reality. art is more likable than similar situations in real life. see, i got your clut clutter self cluttered scripts, say it's your next installment. >> that's right. it's art. >> this -- all this? >> this, right here. >> they are neat today. i do have to say. i'm always neat. this part i, like, have messed up -- >> you're monica from "friends," that's the mess in the closet. >> it is. >> secretly, she's messy. >> i practice daily, like, you
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breaking news this morning on break news this morning. on "world news now," outrage turning violent in the streets of charlotte, north carolina. >> protesters angry over a fatal shooting, a dozen officers injured days after a deadly shooting of a man in tulsa. we'll have the latest on both of these developing stories. the new york bombing suspect reportedly praised some of the world's most notorious terrorists. and new video evidence police point to as an array of charges is brought down on the suspect. and we have shocking video captured inside a school showing a teacher in a fistfight with a student. the two punch and kick each other in the hallway.
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angelina jolie filed for divorce from brad pitt, as you know. we're going to look back on their relationship from its hollywood beginning to its family of adoring children. it's wednesday, september 21st. from abc news, this is "world news now." good morning, everyone. i'm kendis gibson. >> i'm diane macedo. we begin with that breaking news from north carolina. protesters and riot police clashing in charlotte following a deadly police shooting. >> at least 100 demonstrators gathered near the apartment complex where that shooting took place. at one point, they broke windows and windshield of a police car, at least a dozen officers have been injured, including one that we're told was struck in the face by a rock. >> protests touched off after a black officer shot a black civilian who police say was armed and posed a threat, but the man's family says he was holding a book, not a gun. the mayor asked for calm and promised a full investigation.
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protesters gathered in tulsa, oklahoma, calling for the officer who shot and killed an unarmed black man to be fired and arrested. investigators say they found what they believe is the drug pcp in terence crutcher's vehicle. >> an attorney for the family says the drug issue is used as a distraction about the use of deadly force and a lawyer for shelby, who fired the fatal shot, says he ignored commands before the video begins. >> she's screaming at him, stop, stop, stop. he walks up to the window, faces the suv and then looks at her and then his left hand goes into the car window. that's when she fired her shot. >> attorneys for crutcher's family challenged that showing an enlarged photo from police footage that appeared to show crutcher's window was rolled up. multiple investigations underway to determine whether criminal charges against shelby are
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rights were violated. now to the journal of rahami, suspected bomber from new jersey now facing federal terrorism charges. >> he wrote about jihad and journal shows he was inspired by bin laden, and the u.s.-born extremist killed in a drone strike. according to court papers, raham had i openly bought bomb-making equipment on ebay over this past summer. >> the complaint igniting a device near his home just days before the bombings in new york and new jersey and questions that warnings may have been missed. elizabeth hur has the latest. >> reporter: files charged against rahami revealed the 28-year-old planned and plotted the attacks for months and captured the suspect in the video planting explosives in the backpack and left fingerprints on some evidence. they describe the power of the
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manhattan strong enough to shatter windows 400 feet away, more than three stories high, it also allegeses a journal was found on the suspect following the shoot-out with police, which prosecutors say includes anti-american rants and praises for the late al qaeda leader, an war al alackey. th was warned about the suspect. >> reporter: what did you tell them? >> reporter: that warning from the suspect's father in 2014 who later recanted his statement. his son was never questioned by the fbi then. >> they found there was not enough there to continue the investigation. >> reporter: the fbi stopped and interviewed rahimi's wife, asia bibi in dubai. she came to the u.s. in the
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june. bottom line, investigators are looking to determine who knew what and when adding while they are not actively searching for another suspect, they are not ruling anything out. contend kendis and diane. >> elizabeth, thank you. both the new jersey police officers wounded in the shootout with rahami are out of the hospital, and officer peter hammer grazed in the head was greeted by a crowd of applauding ficers as he was discharged yesterday, and officer angel pidilo was released afterhe was saved by his bullet proof vest. 20 people killed in an air strike, and there was a russian jet tracked over the air, russia denies the air strike and says a fire caused the damage. the u.n. cancelled all aide delivery for the time being. donald trump's campaign is denying allegations that he used money from his charity to settle two lawsuits. the washington post says trump pledged $100,000 to a veterans' charity after being fined for an
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in florida. the check allegedly came from the trump foundation, not his own pocket. and he's accused of using $158,000 from the foundation to resolve another lawsuit from his club in new york. >> trump is doubling down on the call for police profiling after the bombings in new york and new jersey telling supporters you can't be politically correct dical islamic terrorism.eat of campaign trail. >> reporter: in the wake of the bomb attacks, donald trump brushing aside critics of the calls for profiling. >> immigration security is national security. >> reporter: his belief? political correctness events law enforcement from stopping people like the suspected new york bomber. >> they want you to look at a woman who is in a wheelchair that's 88 years old and barely making it and comes out of sweden. she's supposed to be treated the
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captured, central casting for profiling. everybody's supposed to be treated equally, realm, it doesn't work that way. it's radical terrorism. >> reporter: sticking to his appointment on refugees. >> syria refugees -- >> over, done, no more. done. >> reporter: trump's son, don jr., drawing outrage with this tweet on social media. if i had a bowl of skittles and i i told you just three would kill you, would you take a handful? that's our syria refugee problem. the mars corporation which makes skittles says, skittles are candy. refugees are people. it's an inappropriate analogy. abc news, north carolina. president obama took several swipes at donald trump saying a nation ringed by walls imprisons itself. in the final speech to the u.n.
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cooperation, not nationalism. later at a summit on refugees, he said they pose a test of epic proportions and test our humanity. >> we have to imagine what it's like for our family, for our children if the unspeakable happened to us. >> saying the u.s. is accepting 110,000 refugees from around the world in the coming year, 60% more than the number welcomed this year. so chalk up another heat record. august average temperature was hottest ever, 61.75 degrees. the government says it's the 16th consecutive month of record breaking heat. this summer has been the hottest summer on record. and 2016 likely to be the hottest year ever. one official blames greenhouse gases. one u.s. air force pilot dead, another injured after a crash in northern california. it happened during a training mission for a u2 reconnaissance plane about 15 minutes after takeoff from the air force base. the pilots ejected before the spy plane crashed into a rural
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wildfire near sacramento. the u2 fleet is based there. a philadelphia high school teacher under investigation after video shows him fighting with a student. the pair kick and punch each other, and at one point, the student in a head lock. the altercation started when the student was late to class. mary mccollum's grandson attends the same school. >> i came from the old school. we did not fight our teacher. we listen at the teacher, and we did what we had to do. we did what we was told to d >> well, the teacher was injured badly enough he required stitches. the student is charged with assault. to the major leagues, a debut for one member of the baltimore orals. his name is trey mancini. we might remember it from now on. >> we will. he got into his first major league game last night against
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career big league home run. >> the ball was given to his mother in attendance there. he was raised outside of obama and went to oriole games as a kid, and his grandfather had season tickets for 20 years. you can see the family going absolutely nuts. >> just like he practiced it. yep, first league baseball game, and just going to hit it out of the park. >> he said it happened on what would have been his grandfather's 79th birthday. >> very nice gist there for grandfather. coming up, one of the most divisive issues in this year's presidential race. the growing anger at home over the u.s. opening doors to syrian refugees. here what david muir found out who is vetting the refugees bound for america. and it's the end of an era in hollywood. what we are finding out about why angelina jolie filed for divorce from brad pitt and how brad is responding. remember to tell us what you think on facebook. wnnfans.com, or on twitter @abcwnn.
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? the trump campaign is dealing with new fallout from the now infamous tweet from donald trump jr. comparing syrian refugees to skittles. >> because the man who shot the photo of that bowl of skittles
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david told abc news that hesitate family fled to britain fr from cypress when he was 7 years old in 1974, saying trump never asked permission to use the picture. >> we are in jordan to see who is vetting syrians bound for america. >> this journey begins one year ago. the first day of school in one american town. she's 6 years old. her home back in syria burned to the ground. >> work, hallah. >> her first grade door here in america, a sign in arabic. >> hello. >> hello! this is hola. she is very special because she's not from america. this is where syria is.
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were there when hallah's family arrived on that flight to america. >> very happy to be here in america. >> reporter: a crash course on life in america, how not to flood the dishwasher, how to use the washer and dryer, how to get to walmart. but 43 days after arriving in the u.s., this. the attacks in paris. one of the attackers using a fake syria passport posing as a refugee. >> tha they don't want to be americans. >> reporter: political pressure mounts. >> the way the mayor did it was underhanded and conniving. >> we have to hold back. >> reporter: halting refugees, and that syrian family is listening. >> listen, they could be isis. i don't know. if i win, they are going back. they are going back. i'm telling you.
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>> reporter: so we traveled the 7400 miles from modesto, california, to aman, jordan, to see the vetting process for ourselves. through this doorway, we immediately see a crush of humanity. >> they come through here? >> yes. >> brought to a screening area. >> reporter: the vetting process that could last two years, and through the windows, you can see family after family being interviewed. >> how can you possibly learn everything about through an interview? >> i'd say the interviewers are highly trained, trained to look at not just documentation, but for the credibility behind the applicant's story. >> reporter: inside this room, the syrian families have just been told they are next. this is cultural orientation, where they are taught about their new home, america. she shows them pictures of a
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the next lesson about america? the melting pot. they're asking a simple question. which of the faces are american? for americans worried about refugees coming to the u.s.? >> they are human like you. we want to be one of you, and so -- coming up, a hollywood couple calling it quits. what we're learning about why angelina jolie filed for divorce from her husband, brad pitt. you're watching "world news
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profile marriages is now history. angelina jolie filed for divorce from brad pitt after two years of marriage and a relationship stretching back more than a decade. >> now brad pitt is responding. abc's lauren lister has the story. >> reporter: one of hollywood's most prominent power couples splitting up, going from brangelina back to brad and angelina. t filed for divorce from brad pitt, husband of two years and partner for over a decade. citing irreconcilable differences, petitioning for physical custody of the six children ranging in ages 8-15 and requesting brad gets visitation. news of the split taking tinseltown by storm. >> it was a couple that spoke lovingly of each other and praised each other for being great parents, but this was a shock. >> reporter: brad pitt in a
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saying i am so saddened by this, but what matters now is the well being of our kids. i kindly ask the press to give them the space they deserve in the challenging time. fans saddened too. >> i don't think they should get a divorce. so sad. they are such a beautiful couple. >> reporter: the couple started dating after meeting on the set of the 2005 movie "mr. and mrs. smith." they both adopted and had biological children together before marrying. jolie-pitt speaking to abc three months before they wed. and we all, you know, take seriously the love and connection between all of us. >> reporter: an attorney for jolie-pitt saying the decision to divorce was made for the health of the family. saying jolie is asking for privacy during this difficult time. >> all right. lauren, thank you so much. it was a sad one. they always spoke highly of each other and cared about things like, you know, humanitarian causes and philanthropy. >> just proves, you know, marriage is the leading cause of divorce.
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weak spots. use together for 2 times stronger enamel. crest 3d white. all right. it's time now for "the mix," and we start with a little note about music. so this neuroscientist, or, rather, this survey by a british electronics company, they surveyed people in the u.k. on what songs made them happy. a neuroscientist then took the songs together and came up w happy. he looked at beats per minute, the key, the theme, analyzed the lyrics, and he's come up with the happiest song in the world. >> oh? it's pharrell's? >> it is not. it is "don't scope me now" by queen. ? come on. >> i'm down for it, but i don't know that it makes me happy. >> no?
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>> does that make you happy? >> it's got a little -- >> i don't know. >> no? >> i think my rhythm's off too. >> all right. hopefully the viewers are happy about it. apparently viewers on reddit disagreed, but he says every country has their own version of the happy song. i like "happy" and "love song" and "breats. >> okay. >> you want me to stop now? >> okay. >> i have a whole list. >> i have a feel good and sir mix-a-lot. you know. >> okay. moving on. >> moving on. speaking of buns, so this dude invented the perfect hot dog-hamburger bun. >> prayers have been answered. >> it's an australian guy. he actually invented it back in
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it's called the hamdog. there's a patent for it. >> creative. >> introduced the sandwich to the world when pitched on australian version of "shark tank" last year, costing $8 bucks. brilliant, don't you say? bringing together both happy worlds. >> i would eat it. speaking of brilliant inventions, this turkish company has invented a real life transformer. >> oh? >> check it out. just looks like a regular bmw, but watch as it transforms into a 12-foot robot. >> can move arms, hands, even fingers, and shoots off following and lightning and connects to wifi, just a small problem. the car does not work. >> who cares. >> you can't drive it. >> impressive. >> but looks awesome. apparently, bouquet of flowers the wedding party has, they are a thing of the past, at least for this woman, who instead of flowers, they did
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making news in america this morning, breaking right now, violent protests erupting overnight after a deadly shooting by police. demonstrators damaging police vehicles, setting fires on an interstate, the new video coming in right now. the suspect in the new york and new jersey bombings now faces federal charges. see the evidence investigators say ties the suspect to the scenes, plus the missed signals from his own family. we're live with the latest. new questions about donald trump's charity. accused of using donated money to settle lawsuits for his businesses. overnight trump's campaign responding. and a police officer on a collision course after a truck driver suddenly tries to ram his

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