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downplayed the security threat in a statement issued to abc news. >> police in albuquerque released video of a drug bust that went wrong. ending with a lieutenant shooting one of his own detectives. police set out to take down two suspects in an undercover sting after the lear. but it only took seconds before the bust went bad and jacob grant was shot at least eight times. >> jacob. talk to me. talk to me. >> are you okay? >> no. >> come on. >> detective grant has undergone dozens of surgeries and will require medical care for the rest of his life. the lieutenant is no longer with the department. investigators still don't know what exactly went wrong. it turns out the meth involved in that bust was only worth about $60,000. a preliminary study finds that the more hits to the head suffered by young football players, the greater risk of
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life. study of 93 former players looked at head injuries serious enough to be classified as a concussion and those less serious. but researchers at boston university cautioned that the study was not definitive and meant to be only a first step. instead of hat trick, it was a rat trick. the florida panthers hockey team gave away 10,000 rubber rats last night. the reason? they're too complicated to explain. >> after they scored their first goal, fans started throwing the rats onto the ice. the refs threatened to hit the home team with a delay of game penalty. so then the new jersey devils fans at the game threw the rubber rats onto the ice. >> it didn't work despite the two rat penalties, florida won, 3-2. 20 years ago, the panthers got into the stanley cup finals before the first game. one of the players killed a rat in the locker room with a stick. that's why account successful seen was c
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rat. >> this is the year of the rat though. >> you mean in the chinese calendar? >> yes. >> okaying. > no. it is? >> i can't remember. >> can we explain the kevin spacey thing, obsession they have in florida there the panthers? >> they do love kevin spacey. who doesn't? >> no. >> coming up, a new controversy buzzing on social media about australian rapper iggy azalea what her fiance nick young was caught on tape saying about other women. >> opening there weekend, the political thriller starring helen mirren that raises tough questions about rules of engagement in modern drone warfare. you're watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" weather, brought to you by american advisors group.
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bang. and felt the whole house shake. officials later determined the slide came from al atlas air boeing 767. >> wow. >> what? >> interesting. >> how in the world? shoe designer christian louis vuitton is adding more colors to his red seouled empire. he debuted seven diverse shades ranging from porcelain to deep chocolate. >> oh. the company says "the expansive collection ensures that every woman can find a nude perfectly suited to her complexion. the new line is available for preorder and will hit the pavement this spring. prices start at $595. >> uh-huh. >> what? >> yeah. >> is that what those things go for. >> a pretty penny, yeah. >> and that's -- this is not an april fools' joke. >> no, it is not. they look very nice. nude colors for different skin co
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>> but it's not a good price. >> no. wait for a christmas sale. >> you're looking at your sneaks? >> noel has fluorescent green shoe laces on today. >> at least one famous rapper's complexion may soon be colored why. iggy azalea is responding to comments caught on tape made by her fiance. >> it has social media buzzing. >> she's used to being in the fast lane. ♪ >> but iggy azalea might be contemplating. >> i'll be better off without you. >> after her l.a. lake areas fiance nick young caught on tape and discussing intimate relations with many women none of them named igy. >> deangel local russell shot the video of young mid conversation in a hotel room. it
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gossip site apparently without young's knowledge. it quickly went viral. d'angelo russell is facing the heat. both on and off the court. his charge, violating the universal guy code. outraged fans greeted russell with a cavalcade of boos. his lakers teammates have reportedly shunned the number two pick in last year's draft. after the game, he apologized for taking the video saying he cherished young's friendship. >> he's one of the guys that i've always talked to about anything. >> reporter: but offered no explanations how the tape got out there. >> this just got in the wrong hands. it wasn't a prank, it wasn't something for everybody else to see. it was for my and his eyes only. >> iggy responded on twitter. i actually liked d'angelo's film. thanks, bro. just a few weeks ago, iggy spoke to gma about her
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nuptials with young. >> anybody who's been married i empathize with you. we're trying to make our wedding cool and young and hip. >> so what was a big mistake, russell's mistake in recording this? getting it somehow out there or nick young's mistake in. >> you know, russ, they said violated the guy code there. >> completely bro code. >> yeah. >> completely bro code. >> where do you stand? >> he violated the code. nick young tweeted and deleted he's so done with 2016. but ouch, it's a tough one. >> they were friends at one point. the coach actually said that he thought that russell was young and kind of getting into his own. maybe this help him mature a little. >> yeah. part of the reason the lakers aren't playing good. all right. coming up, what's opening at the box office this weekend. >> we'll check out two films involving political and international
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♪ it is time for "insomniac theater" checking out two movies opening this weekend starting with a timely political thriller. >> helen mirren stars as colonel catherine powell in command of a top secret drone operation to capture terrorists in kenya. she sees her mission escalate when a girl enters a kill zone triggering a dispute over the implication of modern warfare. >> this is the closest i've ever got. so we need to expand our rules of engagement right now to protect the civilian population. >> we have to know that we're legally in the clear. >> "eye in the sky" starring alan rickman scoring a solid 92%. the critics apparently love it. molly of the
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inquirer" calls the movie disturbing but also balanced and ambivalent about what is right and detroit news adam graham chimes in saying it offers no easy answers only difficult questions about following orders and cost of war. i would be interested in seeing this. >> intriguing. great. next up significantly lighter fare to talk about. everybody wants some. director richard link letter takes us on a semi biographical trip back to his college days in the 1980s. blake jenner stars in the film which fearings a group of baseball players navigating their way through the freedoms and shall we say responsibilities of unsupervised adulthood in the post disco era. >> and my friends are going to try to move your feet. see i am -- and i'd like to say hello. back to the white, the red and the brown the purple and yellow. bang, bang, boogie to the boogie to the bang-bang booe
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rock. you don't stop. rock the rhythm that will make your body rock. >> can you finish rap? >> everybody wants some is getting top billing. everybody wants a piece of this. 96% on rotten toe pay the toes and it's hard to find anything but critical raves here. richard roeper of the "chicago sun-times" writes, the nonsequel of a sequel to dazed and confused has pitch perfect tone. chris knight of the national post says it captures a specific time with its goof ball mustache and two tight tees. clearly but without any dripping nostalgia. >> very interesting. >> of course, dazed and confused launched a lot of careers. >> ben affleck, matt damon. >> matthew mcconaughey and a who the of other folks. coming up, some super snack fozzy movie time this weekend. >> stay
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♪ from the candy stand makes it all seem twice as good, saturday night at the movies ♪ >> oh, welcome back to "insomniac theater." now that you've got a taste of the new movies out this weekend, it's time for another taste. >> we're lucky enough to have trendy new snacks you can bring to the theater or enjoy at home. let's start with a new twist on a movie staple. popcorn. >> okay. >> this popcorn, by the way, was made special for us by our insomniac friends at afd super snacks. so shall we dig in and try it? >> yeah. >> do have notes on these popcorns here. >> it's a special type of popcorn? >> uh-huh. this is real popcorn we should point out. it's custom flavored calle
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insomniac. >> it's good. >> it is great. it's fantastic. >> very good. i like hab -- it has a cumin taste to it or something. >> yes, something like that. >> what's in it. >> whatever cumin is. >> it's very good. i like it. >> is that an indian thing? i don't know. >> yeah. >> it's great. >> next a food you wouldn't think of as a movie snack. sourdough bread. >> you know those dine-in theaters? i've been to those. >> you've been to -- wow. >> sliced. >> you've been to theaters where they serve just sourdough bread? >> yeah, the one out west where you know, you have the lounge chair and they serve you right there? >> i never go to fancy movie theaters. >> it's great. >> very good. sourdough bread. you can never go wrong with sourdough. i never thought of putting it in my purse when i go out to the theater. >> it's a great idea. >> see how you like them apples. a childhood classic seeing a
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caramel apple. all right. let's go in. try this. >> wait. >> how do you get it out? there you go. >> kind of tough. it's great. >> i can't taste the apple. >> can't taste it? >> huh-uh. >> no? >> it's an onion. >> you can't taste it? >> it's a caramel onion. oh, my gosh. >> no. my apple tastes great. >> it's actually pretty good. >> we do have a making of video. >> you do? >> show you. >> it's really good. >> is it? >> it's great. it is an onion. >> uh-huh. it's brought to you by the afd snacks, april fools' day snacks. >> oh! >> you are munching on that
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this morning on "world news now," the murder of a state trooper. >> a training exercise at a bus station turns deadly as a gunman opens fire, the search for answers in this apparently random attack on police. breaking overflight, the storm season continues. damaging tornadoes ripping up the south as massive ands of rain wash away roads. the system continuing its march east. >> the donald facing a barrage of attacks on two key subjects. what he's now saying about his backtracking on abortion, plus fears of nuclear proliferation should he make it to the white house. >> just in time for opening day, baseball's secret weapon. the 105-year-old super fan getting to throw out the first pitch at the texas rangers game. why she

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