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the driver and passengers were white? i don't think it would have. >> reporter: the family says they are relieved that the officer is being held accountable. >> we are here in solidarity, my family and i, to support that decision. >> reporter: he is expected to turn himself in and scheduled to face a judge on friday. kendis, diane? >> thank you. operators of major international website that advertises escort services may the judge tossed them out against backpage.com saying they are protected from third party postings. after a three-year investigation, prosecutors insist the site generates millions of dollars from the illegal sex trade and exploiting vulnerable victims. police searching for the man seen this this surveillance video running with a gun in his hand. they say in moments prior, he fired the gun near a school bus full of children.
grabbed students stepping off the bus, locked the door, and called 911. the gunman was not aiming at the bus, but a nearby home. as millions get set to hit the road for thanksgiving, good news about kids' booster seats. tests performed by the insurance industry showed seats are safer. of the 53 boosters tested, 48 received the highest rating. the seats started being tested eight years ago, only a quarter of them earned that b researchers say kids in boosters are 45% less likely to be injured in a crash than those using just seat belts. >> perhaps a seat would look great in the back of the hot, and we mean hot car. it's the sedan from lexus. >> it's sriracha red, featuring the logo, and sauce in the
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dakota. a federal judge will not decide until next year whether to finish the project, setting the stage for protests at the pipeline site. ohio now, stunning trial of a lawyer found guilty of hypnotizing clients to molest them. >> the women have no memory of what happened, but he now faces more than a decade in prison. here's abc with more. >> reporter: ohio lawyer turn defendant. 59-year-old divorce attorney sentenced to 12 years in prison for hypnotizing six female clients without their consent or knowledge, and then molesting them. >> he used my trust in his position as my attorney. >> reporter: according to legal documents in 2013, one fine's clients noticed after her apointment the bra was
meetings, something that happened again and again, suspicious, she began tape recording her conversations. learning shocking details about the meeting, she says she didn't remember, that fine began to use code words to get her into a trance-like stage, and then engage in a sexually charged discussion saying things, like, at the count of three, you won't be able to control yourself. >> he would say that relaxation techniques. >> reporter: the first victim took the recordings to the police. when fine began the behavior again, they nabbed him. while hypnosis is a powerful therapeutic technique, there's no consensus on exactly what's possible against someone's will. >> can we make someone take their clothes off in a public place through hypnosis?
convince them that the temperature is so hot that they might want to disrobe. >> reporter: now, fine pled guilty to five counts of kidnapping and one count of attempted kidnapping, all with sexual motivations. in a statement from his attorney saying he accepted responsibility for what he did wrong. >> he's been disbarred as a result understandably, and he will have to recommendation steer as a sex o all right, coming up, lightening the mood with dr. mcdreamy. >> the baby news that patrick de dempsey re where should you start when you're told you have cancer? start with a specialist. start where you'll find advanced technology, precision treatment options and truly compassionate care. start here with a team of experts who treat only cancer.
hometown in maine, and you'd never guess the actor best known as mcdreamy habit been on the show for a year. >> i left maine when i was about 17, and i was going to run away with the scircus, auditioned fo a play -- >> you were? >> i was too young, and they wouldn't let me in. >> reporter: we spent three days th decompress, learning about the center to help people battle cancer, a cause that's very personal to him. he lost his mother seen here in this footage from ten years ago -- >> that's what patrick does when he comes in the summer. >> reporter: to cancer in 2014. >> to be incognita. >> reporter: a whirlwind year, end of his role on grey's sparks
the split with his wife of 17 years and talk of divorce. they are back together now. >> stop it. >> reporter: with a new movie, and enough tabloid headlines to get urn anyone's skin. >> it was remarkable, and without that success, i wouldn't be here today talking to you. >> reporter: are you happy with how it ended? >> you know, i think everybody was surprised how abrupt it was. >> reporter: he says things are good at home again with his wife and three kids. how are you >> great, we're good. it's a lot of work. you can't get tardy and not work on it. good to go in, okay, what's the issue here, what's yours, how do we work on it? >> you're looking to have another baby? >> see, this is the funny thing, right, this is the funny thing when you get into these magazines, and they put these quotes out, and then it's picked up online, and then all the sudden, you're having another baby. >> so what you're saying you're having two more? >> we're very triplets.
more babies. as for his career, that ride has taken a new path, and he says he's ready. you got that rom-com down, and do you want to shave your head and be a serial killer now? >> oh, absolutely. i'm trying to be careful. >> where do you stand on mcdreamy? tired of it? >> i don't think i can be tired of it. it will be there the rest of my life. i have to accept it. the question is, can i be known anything other than that later in life? that's the >> at least there's juggling to fall on. >> yes, he does. >> almost ran to join the circus. >> that's cool. there yeah. >> they are having quadruplets. >> the breaking baby news. >> cool to see him after a tough year for character and real life. >> touching moments. >> yes.
delivers mega support. stories that just simply happen. >> we start with the heart warming scene, although it might make dog owners nervous out there. check this out. a polar bear just very carefully petting a very brave an >> look at that. so you'd expect for things to have gotten a little bit ugly between the two, but, no. they just hung out. >> looks like he's so careful with him too, so gentle. got to love that. >> the dog's, like, there's an itch. >> let's go for a walk. >> it was in canada, this scene. australia, a rebel cow did not want to follow the herd. >> the cow was set to board an
australia, a member of the crew filmed from the jet ski. the cow eventually made it to land, but get this, from there, it ran off and e evaded capture for 24 hours. >> what happened to the cow once they captured it? free forever? living happily on a farm? about now. >> all right. moving on then. next, have you wondered what to do with the extra pennies in the house? well, a portland woman has a good idea. >> using more than 13,000 coins to renovate an old floor in her house. and she used three $50 bags of pennies with ten bottles of glue, wood filler grout, and apoxy. >> who thought glue comes into
by the way, for those who are impressed, you should be, the project took months to finish, but as you can see, worth every penny. >> oh oh! >> get it? >> yes! >> worth every penny! >> nailed it. >> who's penny? >> last, but not least, there's a quick, quick, a dog from the netherlands, who wanted to get a bone. at the bottom of the water d just one problem. >> it's painted. >> the bone, not the real thing. >> oh, man, so confused. >> adorable pup -- >> oh, he looked confused. >> can you blame him? >> at first, really looks like there's a bone in the bowl, but, no, sorry, quick. >> oh, man. >> wonder if he figured it out yet? >> quick is not that quick. >> apparently no. not when it comes to quick thinking. >> oh, how frustrating is that. >> sorry, quick, i hope you're
this morning on "world news now," big decisions ahead for the presidential transition team. >> president-elect trump met with the country's most prominent politicians with another full schedule today. who's being considered for the country's biggest jobs and why. breaking news, a gas explosion in the midwest kill at least one person. video there of the deadly blast. bystanders rushed to the hospital. we'll give you the very latest coming up. deepening mystery behind the death of a young man from connecticut found dead in the shallow grave in new jersey. see what police found inside a luxury manhattan apartment building that led them to a potential suspect. crying foul, kate upton is at odds with major league baseball firing off an x-rated tweet after her star pitcher