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this morning on "world news now," forced out. top administrators step down at the university of missouri after a campus revolt. the stunning developments after a football team protest got worldwide attention. new this half hour, a dramatic police takedown captured on camera. >> the gunshots, the pursuit of a stolen car, and what officers had to do to stop the woman who refused to surrender. republican showdown. donald trump going after ben carson, just hours after another debate. what can we expect in milwaukee? and from the hospital to the ballroom. the emotional night on "dancing with the stars," as tamar braxton overcomes a health challenge to compete. the tears in "the skinny" on this tuesday, november 10th. ♪ to make it better
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and we say hello. hey. >> i do love "dancing with the stars" last night. there was some great tunes. but it was a lot of drama. >> so dramatic. especially the ending. there was a lot of tears. a lot of tears that kept going on and on. it was almost a little much. we'll have to get to that. >> yeah. >> a little in "the skinny." you'll have to tune in for that. we start with the sound of triumph from the students of the university of missouri. forcing the school president to step down after months of protests over a string of racially-motivated incidents. >> an open revolt by members of the football team dealt the final blow to the head of the university. now, new steps are being taken, including plans to hire a diversity officer. we get the latest from abc's elizabeth hur. >> reporter: cheers and chants from students, celebrating the
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resignation of university president tim wolfe. >> it's about getting equal rights. >> reporter: wolfe, announcing he is stepping down. >> we got frustrated with each other. and that's why i stand before you today. and i take full responsibility for this frustration. and i take full responsibility for the inaction. >> reporter: his decision following student protests, including jonathan butler, who went on a week-long hunger strike. >> please start focusing on the fact that the mizzou hunger strike itself. look at why did we have to get here in the first place. >> reporter: and more than 30 football players and the coach refusing to take the field until wolfe resigned. >> obviously, we have some problems. the good news is, we're going to fix them. >> reporter: wolfe had come under fire for his alleged mishandling of a series of incidents on campus. including a student being called the "n" word and a swastika on a dorm wall.
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tension boiling over at homecoming, when wolfe pushed his way through a group of protesters. >> please, please, use his resignation to heal, not to hate. >> reporter: in a statement, governor nixon said this is a necessary step towards healing. and the football coach announced his team will be resuming practice later today. reena and kendis, back to you. >> elizabeth, thank you so much. the gop candidates are gearing up for their latest debate in milwaukee tonight. donald trump drew a crowd of 10,000 supporters in illinois last night. trump expressed frustration over carson's growing popularity, despite discrepancies about his past. and he appealed to evangelicals suggesting a boycott of starbucks for its simple red, holiday cup. ben carson is sticking by his story that he once tried to stab a friend.
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carson's request for secret service protection has been approved. it is expected to go into effect tomorrow. jeb bush will be among the eight republicans on the stage in milwaukee tonight. he spoke at a wisconsin charter school yesterday, reaching out to conservative latino voters. bush has long been a supporter of school choice. he says everybody gets better by giving parents the power to choose when it comes to education. and be sure to join us tomorrow morning for live coverage of the gop debate. we're going to take you live to milwaukee and have insight on all of the big moments. president obama and israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu have met face-to-face for the first time since tensions surfaced over the iran nuclear deal. the two leaders brushed aside those tensions, with president obama calling the disagreement, quote, a narrow issue. netanyahu reaffirmed his commitment to a two-state solution to peace in the middle east. we are told terrorism does not appear to be the motive in the shooting death of two americans in jordan.
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it looks like the officer got into an argument with one of the american trainers. it escalated. and he opened fire. the shooter was killed by troops. the american victims worked for a private military contractor. turning to the shooting death of a 6-year-old boy in louisiana, allegedly at the hands of two police officers. there are new claims that the body camera shows the boy's father has his hands up when police opened fire. with more, here's abc's phillip mena. >> hi, jeremy. >> reporter: friends and family mourning the death of 6-year-old jeremy martis. killed by louisiana law enforcement officers, as he sat buckled into the suv his father was driving. >> he had a wonderful relationship with his daddy. he loved being with his daddy. >> reporter: officers norris greenhouse jr. and derrick stafford, allegedly firing multiple rounds while working as city marshals at that suv,
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following a pursuit. the father was seriously injured. and according to investigators, unarmed. unreleased footage from an officer's body cam leading to the charges. >> it showed me things that disturbed me as the head of state police. >> reporter: the alleged killers had their bond set at $1 million each. outside the local jail, dozens gathering to expressheir outrage. saying the officers shouldn't be granted band at all. >> this child couldn't harm a fly. and his life is gone. >> reporter: and jeremy's dad is still in the hospital, in fair condition. authorities will not confirm what the father's lawyer told the a.p., that the body cam footage shows him with his hands up. phillip mena, abc news, marksville, louisiana. a wild incident in oklahoma, caught by a police officer's body cam. >> stop. stop. >> that officer firing two shots before being sent flying by the
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impact of the suv. the 41-year-old woman behind the wheel was uncooperative. so, officers tased her. one them went into the suv through the sunroof, you see there. the woman is charged with several counts, including assault and battery, and driving under the influence. the mayor and police chief, are sending a message that guns are so life-like, they could be mistaken as the real thing. the mayor is banning them and allowing police to confiscate them from children. >> this is not a supersoaker. this can be a very dangerous thing. >> federal law requires replica guns to be identified by a red or orange tip on the muzzle. but they're often removed. boston police say they have taken more than 150 replicas off
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the streets so far this year. the university of virginia fraternity that was the focus of a debunked article about rape, is suing "rolling stone" magazine for $5 million. a freshman who claimed she was gang-raped. the details of her story proved not to be true. major developments in the e. coli outbreak that forced closure of chipotle restaurants in the northwest. washington state health officials say, they found no source for the e. coli outbreak and that the restaurants can reopen. before reopening, though, chipotle has agreed to remove all old food and deep-clean the stores that were closed. your breakfast plans could be affected by protests at fast food restaurants. workers plan to walk off the job at restaurants in 270 cities. today's demonstrations are the latest in a three-year effort for $15 an hour wage.
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the protests will culminate tonight at the republican candidates' debate in milwaukee. if you have a cause tonight, show up outside there. get a bit of attention. >> yeah. a lot of people will be there. and it's happened again. and it's in tampa. a large, unwanted alligator, way too close for comfort. there it was, hanging out right by someone's front door. it was spotted there early yesterday. >> is that real? >> that is real. >> that's a real alligator. >> apparently they say it's the second time in less than a week that a stray alligator has been found in a residential area. one late last week. more than nine feet long. it was ultimately put down. >> alligators usually decrease their activity in cooler weather. that hasn't happened in florida, where readings were in the 90s last week. >> ring and run. [ doorbell. >> the police department posting on the facebook page that
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someone forgot to tell that gator halloween was a week ago. tampa police department. yeah. talk about florida. coming up in "the skinny." skip the formal wear. a hollywood a-lister wore pajamas on the red carpet. now, we're talking. >> yeah. also ahead, a consumer alert. online shoppers take advantage of deep discounts before the holidays. stay tuned for vital advice. later, meet the newest victoria secret angels. the supermodels getting so much exposure. after a look at the forecast map. >> 45 degrees in milwaukee, where they're holding the debates. outdoor temperature. indoor, what do you think? >> were you a weathercaster in a past life? what do you got to offer us today? ♪balance transfer that's my game♪ ♪bank you never heard , that's my name♪ haa! thank you. uh, next. watch me make your interest rate... disappear. there's gotta be a better way to find the right card. whatever kind you're searching for, creditcards.com
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oh, there he is. black friday starts on thanksgiving this year. if you're going bargain shopping in macy's, target or sears. toys "r" us opens even earlier, 5:00 p.m. it could be a sign that black friday shopping frenzy could be a thing of the past. i find that hard to believe. >> i think it's already started. nordstrom is going against the tide. its stores will not be open on thanksgiving day. and there will be no decorations on the stores until the day after. yes. according to nordstrom, we like the idea of celebrating one holiday at a time. >> okay. when you're looking for a bargain online, beware of the holiday scams. >> becky worley has some tips at keeping your finances safe this time of year. >> reporter: brows, click, buy. it should be this simple.
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with credit card hacks, scams, and fraudulent sellers, here are a few new ways to stay safe. when you get an e-mail from a retailer promoting codes, don't click straight through. >> it's harder to tell on your cell phone if the link in an e-mail is legit or not. once you've clicked the link, you're infected and don't know it. >> reporter: fire up the browser and type in the company's e-mail address. you can refer to the e-mail promotion code and enter it directly during cckout. about checkout, 23,000 people will use a mobile payment service, like paypal, google wallet. and millions more will use those services online. but heads up- -- >> you want to connect to your favorite merchant to do online shopping in a secure, safe way. >> reporter: to fully protect yourself, make sure the payment services are linked to a credit card, not a debit card. finally, protect your device.
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symantec identified more than 1 million apps that are malware in 2014. snag some deals and stay safe. becky worley, abc news, oakland, colorado. >> a sign of our times, having to make sure your iphone and everything is secured. >> pay attention to all of those things. especially the shopping i will be doing for renna, renna and renna. >> you're no grinch at all. you're here to spread the holiday cheer. >> i'm ngrinch. but i'm broke. nice what? >> turtle check. >> you have to rock the turtleneck. with the man bun. that is a turtleneck. >> look like an elf. when we come back, pajamas worn on the red carpet. >> short. why do you have to talk about my height?
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♪ skinny so skinny ♪ okay. one of the most suspenseful episodes of "dancing with the stars." >> and a comeback never seen before. earlier in the day, fans feared that tamar braxton would face elimination, when word got out that she was in the hospital. one of the fan favorites and front-runners, doing the competition, was being treated for pneumonia. her first dance was actually judged by her rehearsal footage.
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>> then, in a stunning move you would only see on "dancing with the stars," braxton fought back, on to the dance floor, discharged from the hospital and heading straight for the live show. she made it just in time for her doubles dance routine and scored a 27 out of a 30. >> cindy irwin decided to blindfold herself, and a perfect 10. >> it came down to this. alexa and carlos pen in a pe penavega, husband and wife, in the bottom two. and in dramatic fashion, alexa was eliminated. and then, her husband, inconsolable, saying, i wish it had been me. but i think he was crying guilt. in the setup package, he said he wanted to beat her. >> carlos, be careful what you wish for. connect to another guy that doesn't care about how he looks, woody harrelson. >> the actor wore his pajamas to work.
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he was on the red carpet in paris promoting the new "hunger games" movie. he was rocking flannel, gray pants and socks. >> he topped it off with a gray "t." he has the casual get ready for work look. his co-stars all look great, too. >> if the goal was to get publicity, woody, you did it. you succeeded, my man. >> don't get any ideas, kendis. >> i'm already there. '80s superstar taking his act to vegas. billy idol announced his stint in las vegas, performing at the house of blues in the mandalay bay casino. >> the show will be billy idol forever, and will feature songs throughout his career, including with his punk band fronted by idol, generation x. ticket prices go on sale this week, at 80 bucks this week. and reena can hardly contain her excitement. the news about british actor idris elba.
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>> he is going to open up for madonna in concert. did you know he was talented? >> i didn't know he could sing. >> yes. she announced that he will be warming up the crowd tonight on her world tour. in addition to starring in film, tv, he's also a deejay, a producer, a rapper. he's -- here's a clip of him doing his thing. ♪ one two three four ♪ ♪ quick speed from you on the floor like ♪ ♪ g-string get you tore down like ♪ ♪ bra strap on him >> who are the ladies on him? i'd like to know. i like my idris elba with no women. >> maybe elba might get in on that action. >> ooh, wow. >> raunchy little tour there. >> i'm still, elba 007. >> triple threat. he can rock the beats but -- i don't know. >> you have to get on the bandwagon for support for 007.
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♪ hello from the outside i've must have called a thousand times ♪ ♪ to tell you i'm sorry for everything that i've done ♪ isn't she incredible? >> she looks great. >> going strong at number one. that's adele with her record-breaking hit. >> and bringing down the house, as she performed on tv for the first time in three years. in a carefully worded segue, her heavenly voice back for all of us to enjoy. and speaking of the heavens, the angels of victoria's secret e guaranteed to shine. but the game glamour on the runway isn't all that it seems to be.
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>> it takes some work to get those wings. more, we're up all "nightline" with abc's linzie janis. >> reporter: mile-long legs. killer style. and that mill-dollar smile. these are the things victoria's secret angels are made up. >> everybody look up. >> reporter: it's not all glitz and glamour. the lingerie company released a new behind-the-scenes video, showing what goes into snagging a spot on one of fashion's most coveted runways. >> one thing i do all year long, is work as hard as i can, so i can be here. >> reporter: hundreds of models come to audition from all over the world. >> tanzania. >> india. >> holland. >> reporter: but only 47 make the final cut. >> thank you. >> reporter: one of the lucky few, gigi hadid. the video shows the moment she was selected. >> what are you doing on november 9th and 10th? >> i don't know. >> why don't you come join us.
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>> really? >> yeah. >> she'll break in her first set of wings with supermodel pal kendall jenner, alongside returning stars like aidiana lima, candise and lily aldridge, who will be sporting the fantasy bra. ellie golding will light up the stage, with "the weekend." the show airs next month. linzie janis, abc news, new york. >> did you know last year's show cost $20 million to produce? >> $20 million for what? there's not a lot -- the wardrobe budget isn't that big. >> more expensive than you think. >> i guess so. that was a good story, huh, brian? >> great. good job.
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making news in america this morning, debate day. the stage set for the next gop face-off. donald trump taking new jabs overnight criticizing ben carson. we're live in washington. sweeping changes at the university of missouri. two top leaders stepping down after weeks of demonstrations. the racial tensions at a boiling point. so what's next for the university? doping scandal. one of the top medal winning countries accused of sanctioning steroid use facing a ban from the next olympics. a skier losing control cartwheeling more than a quarter mile down a mountain. hi, everyone. we do say good tuesday morning to you. we'll get started with the battle for the republican

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