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secretary of state were with top donors of the clinton foundation. the clintons say it cherry picked her schedule and offered a distorted portrayal. >> all right. thank you for that report. we're moving to another developing story from overnight. turkey is making a push to clear isis forces from a syrian border town. the turkish special forces are supported by coalition air strikes. >> turk >>. >> and breaking news from north korea. after the successful test firing of a missile from a submarine officials in south korea say the missile was capable of reaching much of their country. and it was a significant improvement over previous attempts by the north. the missile flew about 300 miles before landing in the sea of japan. the japanese prime minister called it a grave threat. video of a 2014 arrest is raising questions about sentencing i a
police brutality. here's a man held on the ground by l.a. police officers. he is not armed and appears to be kicked in the head. officer richard garcia faced up to three years in prison for felony assault but received a plea deal that keeps him out of jail. ed a to cats for the deaths and victim's family are wanting a full accounting for what led to the death in north carolina. linsey davis with more. >> reporter: officials are searching through police dashboard and body camera video to find out why an unarmed deaf man was shot to death by police feet away from his home. police say they were trying to pull him over for speeding. but he didn't stop for seven miles until he made it home and got out of his car. why harris didn't stop is unclear. eyewitnesss suggest he may have been using hand gestures or soon language with police. >> he was
he didn't even hear the siren. he didn't hear anything. >> reporter: harris, the father of a three-year-old was killed by a single gunshot, according to authorities. his brother who is also deaf says police aren't trained enough in dealing with deaf people. >> if the officer had known he was deaf, it would have ended differently. >> reporter: at a vigil, mourners wrote in chalk along his street, justice for danielle. authorities say they need more time. so many officers responded to the scene. and there's a tremendous amount of video evidence to pore through. on sunday the city of rio passed the olympics flag to tokyo to prep for the 2020 summer games in that. flag is now in japan. tokyo's governor waved the olympics symbol as she and her delegation returned home wednesday morning. construction is set to begin at the end of this year. this is tokyo's second summer games. the first was
i'm not sure if the japanese prime minister was dressed as super mario there. not as cool of an entrance. will haze is reaping the rewards of being a believer. >> the los angeles rams defensive end said he believes in mermaids. he knows at least one of them believes in him now. a fan dressed as ariel from the little mermaid showed him he had support under the sea. >> under the sea. >> he even got a hug. now it's interesting that he believes in mermaids but does not believe in dinosaurs. it's one of the talking points during hard knocks. >> those weren't real. >> dinosaurs? >> no. >> what were the movies based on? >> ariel. >> okay. >> coming up, we'll
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the mayor in one said at one point that the town is gone. many of the older buildings there have collapsed. i've certainly seen police trucks race by me. so there is a sense that authorities are headed for that area. it's a very mountainous area. the roads aren't easy. it's not an easily accessible area of italy. it will take a while, i imagine, for rescuers to get there. the mountains and windy roads are making it difficult for rescuers to get to victim. reports of victims under the rubble. the power is out. there are reports of gas lines being ruptured. phone lines are down. many challenges including the fact that on top of the quake, the usgs reports at least seven aftershocks. >> and several powerful aftershocks. i want to go back to the live picture. the mayor of this town said many of his
debr debris, and you can see the debris piled up. and you can understand why he said that. he also said half his town is gone. this is going to be an amazing humanitarian effort that's going to last days if not weeks. >> this struck north of rome. it spread across a fairly wide area. it hit four different regions in that area of central italy. it was felt as far away as rome. >> and why the buildings are fragile. these towns were built and created in the 1200s. many of the buildings are fairly old and why a lot of them came down this morning. a developing story we'll be following for you all morning. stay with us. we'll be right back.
much like "world news now," the view was unique in the time slot when it debuted in 1997. the ladies are set to begin their 20th season. >> you can't dispute it's rarely been boring. dan harris with the details. >> reporter: the view has become famous for those unforgetably outrageous moments. >> i gave you an opportunity to -- >> >> you didn't give me anything. >> reporter: and to celebrate the premier of
season, behind the scenes stories you've never heard before. >> rosy said i want you on the show every day. i said no, you're crazy. >> more than 4000 episodes and some 25,000 hot top ibs. the view has had quite a run. it all started back in 1997 with barbara walters. daytime network executives came to me and said got my ideas for a daytime program? i've always wanted to do a show with women of different generations, backgrounds and views. >> nobody thought it would be very successful. >> reporter: their multihost format was the first of its kind. >> nobody was doing panel talk shows before the view. >> reporter: from race. >> to pretend it didn't say that. >> reporter: nothing was off limits. perhaps the most controversy generated during the run occurred during rosie o'donnell's tenure
her rant with donald trump. >> there he is with his hair. everyone deserves a second chance. he's the moral authority. l left the first wife had an afire. >> reporter: and then there was bill o'reilly's explosive appearance. >> it's a progressive show. listen to me. you'll learn. >> he started really talking about this sweeping generalizations about muslims. >> why aren't we saying -- >> it's inappropriate. >> why? >> because muslims killed us on 9/11. >> oh, my dpod. >> i felt my behind being propelled out of the seat. you know, like a poltergeist. >> reporter: politics has been one of the hallmarks of the view. >> i think "the view" opened politicians to thinking women's audience. >> my candidate worth their salt
this show. >> that's the biggest pile of dog mess i've heard in ages. >> why are you scared to go on shows like this rather than meet the press? >> meet the press is easy. you're tough. >> do you think being on the show with a bunch of women who never shut up is going to be calming? >> look, i was trying to find a show that michelle actually watched. and so i thought that this is it right here. >> not a lot of shows stay on the air for 20 years that are driven by women. that's really worth celebrating. >> i give that credit to everybody on the show, but especially to barbara for having her vision. >> take a little time every day to enjoy the view. >> this is perfect. >> reporter: dan harris, abc news, new york. cool. we're around here, especially excited for the 20th season. our alum from "world news now" is going to be there. she was part of the new video they day pewed last nit.
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i'm going to be looking into it. >> what was the name of it again? why let the facts get in the way of a good story of movie poster. >> a building inconveniently located? move it? no one will notice. right or wrong? >> reporter: it's the ominous new sci fi thriller, arrival. >> more landed around the world. >> this is one of 12. >> reporter: spaceships popping up everywhere. the movie posters show the alien crafts hovering around the planet including this one over hong kong's victoria harbor. that's the famed oriental. it caused a fire storm. one likened it to putting the statue of liberty next to the
hollywood sign. remember this obviously fake baby from american sniper? and this scene from spider man. a broken lamp, seconds later, it's back without a scratch. and in gladiator, check out this air cylinder. they didn't have nose in ancient rome. and a storm trooper hits his head, and when we still can't believe. that's luke skywalker calling for carrie, as in his co-star, carrie fisher. t.j. holmes, new york. >> i didn't know that one. >> i didn't realize that snuck through. >> there's one in free willie. he's riding on the whale wet. next scene, dry.
this morning on "world news now," a deadly earthquake hit central italy. >> the 6 .2 quake striking north of rome. causing buildings to crumble. one mayor saying his town doesn't exist anymore. we're following the breaking details just in. >> and donald trump admits he may be softening his stance on immigration. he's not softening his stance on clont clinton. now calling for an investigation into her foundation. he managed to praise president obama. we'll tell you why. and just on time, the thrilling moments for some boaters when a seal pops up on deck. they quickly discover the reason for the visit. some other party crashers looking for a meal. it is wednesday, august 24th.