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there. so it's happened again. another kid getting into one those arcade claw machines. >> this time it was in texas. a 6-year-old named juliet grimes, she crawled up the chute where the prizes fall out. it's funny. juliet said her big sister urged her to do it. juliet, i believe it, but the girl's mama is not thrilled about this one. >> in her world, there are no challenges. if there's a boundary, they're meant for other kids, not for her. for us anything and everything is a challenge. >> did you have siblings? are you the youngest? >> i'm the youngest of seven. i never did anything -- >> i'm the oldest. did i it all the time. to this day i do it. you tell the younger kid to do something and they do it. i see it with my own children. we should say the fire pa department arrived to get her out of the machine. she is fine. mom has grounded both of them, juliet and her big sister.
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no tv, no sweets for the time being. >> and no claw machines. all right. coming up, the coheft returning to "the view." she was on the original show and what made her return? >> and also ahead, hillary clinton's apology for the e-mail controversy and what she has to say about her political rivals. more from our exclusive interview in just a moment. >> later avoiding expensive trips to the drugstores. some expert advice on saving money on prescription medication. but first, today's high temperatures. you're watching "world news now." >> "world news now" weather, brought to you by cover girl. supersize your lashes. advertise your eyes! supersize your lashes. hypnotize the guys! covergirl's super sizer mascara with the amazing lash styler brush. it loads on. combs through. for dramatic volume. corner to corner. volumize. mesmerize.
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seven months. elizabeth became queen when she was just 25. she worked with 12 british prime ministers from winston churchill to david cameron. i wonder how she celebrated. >> i'm sure she had tea. >> tea and cake. >> crum pets. >> scones? >> queen victoria by the way became queen when she was 17. so longevity there. now to our exclusive interview with hillary clinton. the democratic front-runner apologizing for using a private e-mail server while secretary of state. >> and abc's david muir sat down with clinton for a wide-ranging interview beginning with some difficult questions. >> secretary clinton, thank you. >> thank you, david. when voters were asked what is the first word that comes to mind when you think of hillary clinton, words like liar, dishonest, untrustworthy were at the top of the list. does this tell you that your original explanation about the private beer that you did it to carry one phone out of convenience that, this didn't sit well with the american people? >> well, david, obviously i
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don't like hearing that. i am confident by the end of this campaign people will know they can trust me and that i will be on their side and will fight for them and their families. but i do think i could have and should have done a better job answering questions earlier. as i look back at it now, even though it was allowed, i should have used two accounts, one for personal, one for work-related e-mails. that was a mistake. i'm sorry about that. i take responsibility. and i'm trying to be as transparent as i possibly can. i am looking forward, finally to testifying before congress, something i've been asking for for nearly a year. >> so as you sit here, millions watching tonight, did you make a mistake? >> i did, i did. as i said, it was allowed. and there was no hiding it. it was totally above board. everybody in the government, i communicated with, and that was a lot of people, knew i was
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using a personal e-mail. but i'm sorry that it has you know, raised all of these questions. i do take responsibility for having made what is clearly not the best decisision. >> the intelligence community's inspector general telling abc today that after reviewing those e-mails two of them carry the classification of top secret, that both were classified when they were created and remain classified now. one was about drones. one was about north korea's nuclear program. does this mean classified information passed through your private server? >> there is still a dispute. the state department disputes that. i understand why different agencies have different views and i respect that. it does not change the fact that i did not send or receive any information that was marked classified at the time. >> at the time marked classified. but let me ask you, for the rest of us, the average voter and average viewer out there who might wonder, how can some of
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these e-mails be classified and labeled as top kret today. >> i think there are a couple of answers. sometimes events do proceed in a way that maybe there's a case being brought against somebody, maybe even a terrorist. and all of a sudden, everything is classified. >> north korea's nuclear program, wouldn't that be classified? >> there's a lot of public information about their program. i don't know the specs about the one that they are claiming is classified. >> we then asked her about the other news of the day, joe biden. voters chanting this weekend, run, joe, run. you were once on the same team inside the white house. you would often have breakfast with the vice president. >> right. >> quo make a good president. >> well, i like joe biden a lot. i think he is a great vice president. if he gets into this election, there will be lots of time to talk about what he wants to do. >> would he make a good president? >> i think he could be a good president. there's no doubt about that. >> she says he deserves to test the waters. >> i want to know in your most
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private of moments, is there ever an instance when you ask yourself, why am i doing this again? >> yes. of course. because it really is hard. and it's something that you know, just demands everything. physically, emotionally, spiritually, it is just 24/7. i cherish and love this country. it gave me you know opportunities far beyond anything my mother or my father could have had. >> is your mother's voice in your ear? and if so, give me one line that you repeat to yourself. >> she told me every day, you've got to get up and fight for what you believe in no matter how hard it is. and i think about her a lot. i miss her a lot. i wish she were here with me and i remember that. and i don't want to just fight for me. i mean, i can have a perfectly fine life not being president. i want to fight for everybody like my mother who needs a leader to cares about them
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again. so that's what i'm going to try to do. >> i'm david muir for "nightline" in new york. seeing her very emotional at the end was a side of hillary clinton we don't see the very often. >> a fascinating sitdown interview with hillary clinton. of course, she hopes that this all go away in time for the first democratic debate which is october 13th in las vegas look forward to that, right? >> coming up, getting a discount on drugs. >> the simple ways that you can save on your medication that you might not have the thought about before. you're watching "world news now."
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♪ where did the bunny go? oh, the money go. >> i thought it was monsters. song selections interesting. i get it. where did the money go goes into this because americans shell out a lot of money every year or prescription drugs. 350 billion in fact. >> depending on your health insurance, they can really bust your budget. so here now is abc's rebecca jarvis with some ways that you can save. >> reporter: denise nolan is a mom of three, a business owner and a patient diagnosed with resumitude arthritis, she takes the same anti-inflammatory every day. just last month the price of that prescription skyrocketing
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>> when i first started taking hydroxy color quinn, it cost 200, $205. and now it was over $500. >> denise who like millions of other americans now spending a whopping $2,200 a year at the pharmacy. >> the price jump was ridiculous. >> we brought in consumer reports prescription drug expert lisa gill. >> we wanted to step in and see what we could do for you. >> reporter: first up, did you know prescription prices can vary store to store. >> one of the keys is shopping around sa. >> she says check discount warehouse store costco or bjs. shopping at costco saves the family up to $184 on a three-month supply. >> that's awesome. >> i'm speechless. >> reporter: next up, try prescription apps like good rx or lower meds. good rx compares drug prices in
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your local pharmacies. type in the name and your zip code. the nolans fining her prescription on good rx for $293 less than her current pharmacy. finally, lisa says, try negotiating. no price is ever set in stone. >> any other discounts? >> reporter: lisa calling four independent pharmacies in the area and after a bit of haggling. >> i appreciate it. >> reporter: we found one local pharmacy willing to offer denise's prescription for just $130 for a 90-day supply. that's $420 less. saving the nolan family a staggering $1700 a year. >> that's good tips. i never realized. >> 2 million people use the app good rx to keep track of their medication. >> if you're saving that much, it's worth it. coming up, take i time to enjoy "the view." >> joy behar's return to the
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fix stomach trouble fast with pepto. ♪ do you believe it, 19 seasons and counting? yesterday the new cast of the view" stepped onto the steak with some new faces and some familiar ones, as well. won't say old faces. >> comedian joy behar was there for the show's start and wabc's sandy kenyon caught up with her right after she spoke with the president from "scandal." >> i need to know. are you ready? >> calm down, mr. president. we're back. >> joy behar is back, so the view" can move forward. one of the show's original panelists was enjoying a summer in the hamptons when she got the call asking her to return.
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>> i'm happy to be back, but when i saw my husband sleeping this morning when i was getting dress dodd come here, i said what did i do? what did i do? >> behar is the last link to the panel formed by barbara walters in 1997. she was there on day one. >> my real name is josephine. >> her return comes after a season when co-hosts came and went on "the view" with whoopi goldberg left to provide stability. >> wow, all kind of things going around you. you kind of keep your head above water and keep swimming. >> reporter: whoopie told me it was joy behar har who originally recommended she be hired here so their reunion was bound to be happy. michele collins and raven-symone have already been introduced as new panelists. paula faris becomes a regular and so does actress candace cameron bure. the former star of "full house" is there to provide balance and in fact, the chance to talk
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politics is one reason joy decided to return. >> i think trump being in the race and hillary and another bush, come on, it's too good. >> reporter: politics is part of the show's dna. >> i always see the view can as a volleyball game. back and forth with the ball. that feels comfortable for me. >> that's sandy kenyon reporting. catch the view every weekday morning right here on abc. >> it's so good to see joy back there in her old seat. and just as funny as ever. and controversial as ever. >> and controversial. so it will be a good sony think. >> absolutely. that's the news for this half hour, everyone. >> remember to follow us on facebook at we also have an instagram account. lots of behind the scenes pictures. >> some interesting ones.
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morning on "world news now," hillary clinton admits making a mistake. >> i take responsibility. and i'm trying to be as transparent as i possibly can. >> she says she's sorry about the e-mail controversy while addressing her political rivals. in an abc news exclusive. terrifying scene. the jumbo jet at the las vegas airport erupt into flames. the rush to evacuate the airline passengers injured, and what went wrong. sister showdown. must see event at the u.s. open as serena and venus williams compete against each other once again as millions tune in, serena is taking a step towards tennis history. and later, the gourmet chef who says rahman noodles are not just for lunch or dinner anymore. let's try ramen for breakfast on this wednesd


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