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favor, rousseff will be automatically suspended from offers. in italy, there were celebrations in the streets as the government approved same sex civil unions after a year's long battle and opposition from the catholic church. gay rights activists hailed the vote as historic. italy was the last of the european union's 28 countries to legalize and recognize those reunions. >> morley safer is retiring after 46 years. the 4-year-old made the announcement yesterday saying the time has come to say good-bye. cbs will devote an hour long special sunday night looking back at his extraordinary career. his final piece for "60 minutes" ran back in march. >> and president obama's relationship with russia's president vladimir putin has been described as icy. >> first, a russian ice creep maker stopped making a controversial new flavor. it's called obama ca. or little obam
accusations of racism and concern that the chocolate treat could strain relations between russia and the united states. >> and thin from ice cream we go straight to the ice lug for a little hockeyy. there goes putin. he was in a game the other night. got an up-close look at the playing surface after going down on his skates. >> despite the mishap, putin and his team recovered, winning the game, of course. and he kept his jersey on. not very often you see putin. >> with his shirt on. >> with any kind you have shirt on. >> thankfully he did. it was a closer game than normal with most of putin's matches. this one was 9-5. usually it's like 20-1. they allowed had him to dominate. >> aren't russians born knowing how to ice skate. >> the person who hit him hasn't been seen since. >> oh, boy. >> and he won. no surprise. >> trophy case looks liking. >
coming up, pregnancy and alcohol. some new guidelines are sparking a firestorm of controversy. should bartenders can allowed to turn away expectant moms? >> we're just one day away from the official honoring of a centuries old mediterranean staple. our "insomniac kitchen" shows you how you can make your own hummus. >> yum. >> tasted good. but first, a look at today's forecast. >> announcer: "world news now" weather, brought to you by my pillow.
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do little to lower rates but more likely to force women into having unsafe abortions. the researchers also say 80% of unintended pregnancies are in women who lack access to modern contraception. >> newly released guidelines on pregnancy and alcohol stirring fresh controversy over the rights of expectant mothers. >> new york city is now telling bars and restaurants refusing alcohol to pregnant patrons amounts to discrimination. abc's juju chang has that story. >> reporter: baby bumps and booze? mixing the two together tab u. and doctors recommend that women steer clear of alcohol for the entire nine months of pregnancy. now new york city's human rights commission weighing in. new guidelines unveiled last week say that bars can't refuse to serve pregnant women alcohol. >> pregnant women should be allowed to enter any place of public accommodation in new york city that a nonpregnant person would also be able to enter. >> reporter: this all part of a larger effort to
protect the rights of pregnant women. particularly in the workplace. >> the law that this guidance is based on was really focused on making sure that women who are pregnant or pregnant people are able to stay in the work and not be forced out on unpaid leave not be forced to lose out on economic job opportunities, et cetera. >> reporter: cases that prompted the new guidelines include a pregnant woman being denied access to a bar that her two nonpregnant friends were allowed to enter, bouncers allegedly keeping her out because of her bump and another where a pregnant woman was denied access to a concert venue because of her pregnancy. but many people up in arms about the new guidelines. speaking out on message boards. if a woman has to drink while she's pregnant, she's not fit to be a parent wrote one critic. nyc has become a joke wrote another. the cdc warns against drinking while pregnant noting in guidelines earlier this year that no amount of alcohol during pregnancy no matter
advisable. and some 18 states consider the consumption of alcohol during pregnancy the equivalent of child abuse. juju chang, abc news, new york. so the cdc goes further in its guidelines on this. they're even encouraging single women who are not on birth control that they should abstain from alcohol. >> think that one's going to be tough to enforce. this also this whole debate also applies to risky foods like raw fish, soft cheese. there are lots of things people are not supposed to have xwhil they're pregnant. are you going to ban them from having it all. >> controversy one. coming up, counting down to international hummus day. >> the humble chickpea dip is set to enjoy its fourth international birthday. kendis gibson checked out just how easy it is to make your own next.
♪ i'm eating hummus dip into my hummus ♪ >> chris has a song for everything. >> how do they find a song about hummus? i like for once you have a dance for instinct and i don't. wow. so tomorrow, you might know is friday the 13th. it also marks the fourth international hummus day. >> but today on national
fudge day, we celebrate hummus. and fans of the humble mediterranean dip might be surprised how easy it is to actually make. i traveled across the river to hudson, made it back to michigan in month claire, new jersey, for "insomniac kitchen." >> reporter: what's like the key greebt behind hummus. >> the key ingredients of course the chickpeas and then there's another i guess you can call it super iningredient which is the tahini base. >> what is it. >> tahini. that's the sesame paste. >> wow. >> and it's in hebrew so you can't even really know exactly wh it is. >> that's why it's secret. >> like the secret sauce from kfc. awesome. should we get started. >> let's go. >> what do we start with. >> we start with the chickpeas. we want to get it in the food processor about two cups. then we're going to go with the tahini on top. you add fresh lemon juice. a little bit of cumin, fresh ga
little bit of water, a little bit of salt. just to tie it all together. stop it and taste it. >> all right. >> it tastes finished. >> it tastes finished? >> so if it's finished, it's finished. >> what do you think. >> i think it's okay. yeah, it's pretty good. make our basic hummus. what you want to do when you plate hummus is kind of like spoon it around and create a little cratener the middle. that's our platform for whatever you want to put on top. >> very cool. >> pass it right on top. >> why do we call it that. >> it's an airic word for the cooked chickpeas. we have the sauce. extra virgin olive oil. something fresh like cilantro. we always want to finish with a little bit of pan rick ca. >> that is beautiful. >> we very seasonal vegetables to put on top right there.
meal for every person in the middle east. it's filling. it's protein and it's cheap. it's a good way to fill up. and to be healthy. >> amazing. >> see how that can be a main course on its own for vegetarians, for vegans, for carnivo carnivores. >> it's really good. >> great. >> nice job. >> thank you. >> you might have a future in this. >> that's what a thought. >> so there are a couple of reasons or a few reasons to eat hummus, high in protein and fiber and good for weight management and balancing blood sugar levels. >> it's straight up delicious. i have an etiquette question. if i can't decide which one i want, can i do this and undo that. >> yes. it's sort of disgusting. >> after i did it? >> uh-huh. >> i like it, whatever. it's delicious. i
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this morning on "world news now," donald trump heading to capitol hill. >> the parent republican nominee set to meet with top leaders of the party despite some not supporting the presidential hopeful, this as the pressure to release his tax returns continues to mount. and breaking news. in the mystery of that missing it malaysian airplane that vanished more than two years ago. debris found is from that plane. hundreds of passengers were on board at the time. their families still waiting for answers. what this new clue tells us. and we have new details in the massive explosion that killed 15 people in texas. why investigators are call it a criminal act with the search for the suspect now under way. and talk about a stadium splurge. the professional caliber athletic complex at one texas high school raising eyebrows th