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this morning on "world news now," donald trump facing more angry protesters. >> the presumptive republican nominee was confronted by demonstrators inside and outside of his rallies. meanwhile he's calling attention to hillary clinton and her latest trouble involving her e-mail scandal now at a tipping point. more twisters hitting the heartland causing damage and bringing baseball-sized hail. the powerful storms destroying homes and flipping cars. >> and see this dramatic sea rescue as hundreds of migrants and refugees cling to a small capsized boat desperate to escape violence back home. of this memorial day weekend, if you're afraid you'll miss an important work e-mail, you might be able to rid yourself of that anxiety for good by moving to a place where weekends work e-mails are now
illegal. we'll tell you where on this thursday, may 26th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." that kind of sounds like a good idea on a thursday as we're entering the weekend. >> no more weekend work e-mails. >> probably rack up a good hundred or so e plays. >> what about social media? >> facebook and all those sort of e-mails. >> do you truly unplug. >> let's not get too crazy. we'll delve into that later this morning. i'm kendis gibson. >> and i'm diane macedo. >> the race for the white house and more protesters getting riled up over donald trump. >> after a violent night in albuquerque, new mexico, trump confronted by another wave of demonstrators at a rally in anaheim, california. anti-trump protesters and supporters shouted at each other. at least five people were arrested. police managed to keep things under control. >> inside trump was heckled during his speech and he lashed out at several protesters as they were kicked out of the rally. >> see what i say? don't hurt them. i say that for the television cameras. do
even though he's a bad person, folks. bad person. >> trump also targeted hillary clinton over a scathing new report stemming from her e-mail controversy. trump saying clinton is as crooked as they come. that report by the state department inspector general found that clinton broke the rules with her use of a private e-mail server. overnight, hillary clinton can the responding saying the issue is not going to affect her campaign or for that matter her presidency. abc's cecilia vega with details. >> reporter: hillary clinton slammed by state department investigators who say she never requested or obtained permission to conduct government business on her private server, even though she had an obligation to do so. clinton has repeatedly promised to cooperate with the fbi investigation into those e-mails. >> i'm more than ready to talk to anybody, any time. i'm happy to answer any questions that anybody might have. any time you want to talk to me, here i am. >> reporter: but she refused to talk to state department investigators, and so did her
clinton has said that private server was never hacked, but the state department investigation did uncover an attempted hack. multiple clinton staffers sounding alarms about it. one instructing her team not to e-mail clinton anything sensitive, saying she would explain more in person. clinton's campaign points out the new report also shows another secretary of state used a private e-mail account, too. a spokesman tweeting, her personal e-mail use was not unique at state department. i tried to ask about it. secretary clinton, why didn't you cooperate with the i.g. investigation? she ignored all questions. her campaign moving on. while clinton appeared on "ellen" with her "snl" doppelganger. >> hi, ellen, i'm hillary rodham clinton. every day, we face hard choices, like which statement blazer to wear. >> and campaign sources tell me hillary clinton has not yet been
a date for that interview has not been set. we do know her top aides have been interviewed by the fbi including huma abedin. that could be a sign there investigation is nearing completion. cecilia vega, abc news, anaheim, california. >> pressure is mounting on the head of the democratic party to step down as she faces criticism from bernie sanders. the sanders camp is questionsing when debbie wasserman-schultz is capable of unifying the party. several online petitions are now calling for her removal, as well. house minority lead area nancy pelosi and senator barbara boxer are just two of those coming to her defense. now to breaking news across the plains. another powerful weather system spawning tornadoes. a twister. the national weather service calls catastrophic roared through kansas. it was taking aim at the small town of chapman touching down in a rural area instead. it destroyed about 20 homes. there are no reports of any injuries
plaintiff and this scene, a storm chaser spotting this tornado last night north of oklahoma city. in all more than 30 twisters have been reported across the plains in the last day stretching from texas to minnesota. and storm experts warn the threat of more severe weather will be in effect at least through friday. and breaking news right here in new york city, four people have been shot inside a concert venue where the rapper t.i. was scheduled to perform. one person died in the shooting at irving plaza. video showed a chaotic scene as concert goers tried to leave the area as a group of people tended to a person on the floor. witnesses say they heard an argument on a backstage balcony before shots were fired. the violence broke out before that rapper t.i. took the stage. 11 states are suing the boerm administration over its transgender bathroom directive. the lawsuit argues t
its power, violating federal law and the u.s. constitution. south carolina is the latest state to ban abortions at or after 20 weeks of pregnancy. you the you new law does not inclues exemptions for rape or incest. another takes effect in south dakota on july 1st and three more blocked by court challenges. >> the lights back on in seattle after a major power outage in the downtown area. the blackout left people stranded in will bes, backed up traffic at intersections and disrupted the transit system. the cause was equipment failure at a substation. frisity was restored after about an hour. >> as millions of americans prepare to travel for memorial day, the head of the tsa was testifying about the long airport security lines. and it turns out, he had some good news and bad news. abc's elizabeth hur has more. >> reporter: back before congress and back in the hot seat. >> this crisis didn't just come out of noer
airports and airlines have been sounding the alarm for months. >> reporter: tsa peter nef fin jer acknowledges endless lines are unacceptable and promises the agency is taking action. those moves include removing tsa security director kelly mog gan and creating a command center to coordinate with airlines and deploy more sisters and canine units if a surge of travelers is expected. >> we are tracking projected volume, staffing and lane availability, actual wait times which will allow us to address critical concerns in realtime. >> reporter: already recent staffing changes seem to be making a difference in wait times in trouble spots like chicago. >> i arrived very early. it's not bad at all. >> reporter: more screeners were added here after passengers who missed flights slept on cots. in atlanta, new technology was also unveiled this week. >> here you can have five people doing that at the same time. >> larger bins with radio frequency tracking designed to provide more space and
lines moving. these changes encouraging but for the millions flying this silver, security experts say don't expect a miracle. the tsa is getting $34 million to hire more officers and to pay for overtime but many are now calling on congress and the white house to do more with more people flying than ever before. elizabeth hur, abc news, new york. and no american athletes have been named in a doping scandal that may keep dozens from competing in the olympic games according to a report in u.s. today. at least 31 olympians have been named for using banned substances in a reanalysis of drug tests from the 2008 beijing games. russian olympic games says 146 their athletes are suspected of cheating. a young massachusetts man thinks he would be a great addition to the new england patriots and he's making an unusual pitch for a tryout. >> his name is abby aborishad, a
standing for an average of seven hours a day outside the patriots parking lot with a sign touting his talent and his commitment to the game. >> abi was star wide receiver during his three years at dartmouth and he hold the single season catch record, 4. because his school is division iii, he went largely unnoticed by scouts. he says he's willing to stand in that spot for as long as it takes for someone to give him a chance. >> i respect the husband. >> little does he know it's the offseason and nobody's driving by. no. >> someone is taking notice. i say give the man a chance. >> i appreciate the hustle. tom brady wasn't taken, i think was fourth round, right, jack. >> he was back yun quarterback for so long. it took drew bledsoe getting hurt for him to go in. >> abi, you don't have a shot. >> we have faith in. >> p in you. >> coming up "the mix" maybe. we'll show you how long it would take if you really read
>> first, video doorbells. they now are becoming cheaper to buy and install yourself. so we'll compare two of the top brands and see which works best and how they may make your home safer. >> dramatic images of refugees desperate to the escape a sinking boat. the latest rescue in what has become a daily occurrence in that region. >> check out our behind the scenes pics on instagram. abcwnn. you're watching abc "world news now."
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>> you're looking at some dramatic images of a rescue at sea. help arriving just in the nick of time. it happened off the coast of libya. a small boat that you see there packed with all the migrants rocking under the weight, then capsizing in the mediterranean. two italian neighbor ships approached at that moment and tossing them life rafts as well as life jackets. 562 people were rescued. but at least seven people died. and in syria, dramatic new video of children being rescued following a barrage of attacks there. the town north of aleppo was target inside a series of air strikes and bombings. the video shows at least two children pulled from the rubble by civil defense volunteers. activists on the scene one civilian was killed. >> now to the police officer charged with murder after shooting an unarmed father in a hotel. >> daniel shaver was killed as he begged for his
clayton sandell has the latest. >> clear this way. >> reporter: the video begins as police, rifles drawn, close in on a mesa, arizona, hotel room. a 911 caller says there's a man inside with a gun. >> somebody is pointing a rifle outside one of the windows in our building. >> reporter: tensions are high. >> listen to my instructions or it's going to become very uncomfortable for you. >> reporter: moments later, daniel shaver mes out of the room. he follows commands to crawl toward officers, begging them not to shoot. but then, officer philip brailsford rapidly pulls the trigger five times. he tells investigators he thought shaver was reaching for a gun. >> i perceived this as a threat. it was just a scary situation. >> reporter: shaver did have two pellet guns in his room that he used for his pest control job. but in that hallway, the married father of two is unarmed. officer brailsford is now charged with second degree murder. a judge blocked the release of the exact moment shaver is killed, saying it might prejudice potential jurors. >> i think we have one coming out. >>
fired, has pleaded not guilty. a jury will see the entire video when the now former officer goes on trial. clayton sandell, abc news, denver. so what was he reaching for? >> apparently his shorts kept falling down as he was crawling across the hotel carpet. he was reaching to pull the shorts up. the officer thought he might have been grabbing for a gun. >> all right. it will play out in court. coming up in our next half hour, what the government spends to maintain its aging computers. some of that equipment, get this use floppy disks. even in the u.s. nuclear program. is that necessarily a bad thing. >> first, you know those hi-tech video doorbells that let you pretend you're home even when you're not? now they claim they can help catch thieves who steal packages left outside your house. we put some of them to the test to see how they did next on "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" continues after t
♪ oh, my darling, knock three times on the skeeling if you want me ♪ >> oh my darling. okay. >> tony orlando and dawn. >> wow. >> of course. >> look at you with all the music knowledge. >> thelma hopkins. am i right? >> good guess. it's not that there's a producer in your ear telling you. but knocking not everybody does, right? nobody knocks especially if they're trying to steal a delivery outside your door which happens all the time. >> but there are those new video doorbells that claim to help catch those thieves. in some cases they appear to work even better than traditional surveillance cameras. linzie janis put two of them to the test. >> reporter: from knoxville to las vegas, doorbells equipped
suspected burglars at their owner's doors. one even capturing this curious bear. you've probably probably seen the ads. >> i invented so you can see and speak to whoever is at your home from your smartphone. >> reporter: so how well do video doorbells work? ring and its main competitor sky bell both work by an app on your phone. and both have motion detectors that trigger the camera to record movement. and send you an alert. even if someone doesn't actually ring the bell. >> all right. there's motion at my front door. >> reporter: first how well do they allow us to communicate? we arranged for two manage deliveries for each video doorbell. >> hi there. >> making a zpleefrl using ring i could talk to the person both times even though i was in my office far away. the same with sky bell. we used the hd version. no problem. >> have a nice day. >> reporter: but could these video
identify a package thief? we asked staffers to take the packages. we also installed traditional surveillance cameras to compare the video. first up ring. it notified us both times. but when our pretend thief moved quickly, we only got a side view of his face. for skybell, our first pretend thief as seen on our cameras is very fast. there was no alert and no video recording from skybell. our second pretend thief is slower. we do get an alert. but the recording only captures the sides of her face and her back. making it hard to identify her. we showed the video to criminal investigator glen barred. >> i would want to have it so they would catch her as she's walking up. >> reporter: but check it out. when it came to night vision, both doorbells outperformed our traditional security cameras. >> they both are pretty clear. >> reporter: i spoke with both companies about our findings. first ring.
package off the stoop, we didn't get a good look at their face. >> sometimes the wi-fi not having a great signal to the area can cause slight delays. we work with our customers so we capture great face shots of everyone coming up. >> reporter: then sky bell. >> so the software of the sky bell that you tested is set to trigger an alert for motion that happens for ten seconds or more. >> reporter: since our experiment sky bell tells us it's changed its alert system. and it now works immediately. are consumer security products like these doorbells worth having? >> they are. just this itself cannot be the end all be all solution. >> reporter: linzie janis had, abc news, new jersey. >> so it sounds like it's more of a supplement than an all in one security system. >> or i guess a bit of deterrent, as well. you never know who's looking. > they say the best option is to either arrange to have your packages delivered somewhere at work maybe where someone can sign for them o
into. and it is a mix on this national blueberry cheesecake day. >> yea. >> to help celebrate, did i plan to bring new some cheesecake but i might have gone to town or jack might have gone to town on it. >> meanest trick ever. do you have a favorite. >> yeah, some juniors. which you've never had. >> i've never had junior's cheesecake. you do the first story "the mix" while i celebrate national blueberry pie day. you don't get any. >> basically, all right. we get so many e-mails over the weekend. >> uh-huh. >> france has made it illegal, an actual amendment that says you are not allowed to get or send or receive work e-mails over the weekend. if you're a medium sized to large company, the french labor law is b
having employees send or receive e-mails after typical work hours. >> does that include companies that make cheesecake? what if you're in an emergency and you need more. >> because you're already halfway done with that slice and we're only 20 seconds into the segment. that's a great concept. it is very french. i lon the concept. >> it's good stuff. >> have you ever tried to read, do you read the terms and conditions for an app on your phone before you upload it if they say are you 18 and above i'm like. >> why don't you read it. >> nobody got time for that. >> right. well somebody did. listen to there, they did the study in norway and read through the average users amount of 30 apps per phone. how long it took to read through all the terms and conditions on that many apps, 31 hours, 49 minutes and 11 seconds. it came out to 900 pages. 250,000 words. that's longer than moby dick and longer than the new testament.
hat about all those terms and conditions. >> apparently itunes 54 pages took 2 1/2 hours just to read that one app's terms and conditions. >> diane loves a selfie. apparently there's a new study that says people who take selfies actually feel as if they're more attractive than they actually are. >> oh. >> they studied 100 people who take selfies and 98 who did not take selfies routinely. they apparently think they're beautiful the people who take selfies. i don't think i look that. >> look at that. >> maybe i do. >> your selfie got photo bombed by mark. >> thanks, mark. >> so you and mark. >> yes. >> both overestimating your beauty there. >> looking good. >> you know who hasn't taken a selfie today? humble diane. >> the day is early. >> and we -- we've all wondered what we would do if you're stranded on an island. one kid got posed
this morning on "world news now," monster storms. another round of tornadoes ripping through the plains. damaging property and sending residents for cover. more storms are on the way today. the forecast just ahead. and the state department has issued a new report on hillary clinton's e-mail scandal. we'll tell you what's in the report and why clinton is refusing to talk about it. and new this half hour, a deadly shooting overnight at a popular concert venue. >> the chaos caused the crowd to run for their lives as multiple people were shot at a rap concert in new york city. we have details straight ahead. the latest celebrity split thatsd rocking hollywood. amber heard filing for divorce from johnny depp after just 15 months of marriage. but just wait until you hear what she's asking for.