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colombia. the charter airplane's license has been suspended. only six on board survived. carrying a soccer team, they thought they were on their way to glory. abc's david kerley has more. >> reporter: there was such joy among players and the jet crew as they took off for colombia and their first finals tournament. the 29-year-old co-pilot making her first flight with the airline. a flight with a chilling end. th other aircraft in a holding pattern above medellin. as another jet with a fuel problem is making a priority landing. the soccer charter announcing it too has a fuel problem. >> first time anybody knows they're that low on fuel. >> the controller asked the pilot to turn. no, the pilot says, he's headed to the airport. the controller quickly orders others jets to turn away. but with no fuel, no electricity, it's too late.
for directions, a vector. >> now they're descending and they're descending into high terrain. they're essentially gliding into oblivion. >> reporter: at the crash scene, players shoes, their jerseys among the wreckage. all 71 killed, now identified as families prepare funerals. and a brazilian city continuing to mourn. kanld light in flashlights in the team stadium. many questions will be answe recorder telling us what the pilots were saying to each other, why they made the decisions they did. british investigators are now looking at those boxes. david kerley, abc news, washington. the train engineer who fell asleep while driving a new york state commuter train is now sue the railroad. the crash three years ago killed four passengers in new york city, but the engineer was not charged because he was suffering sleep apnea. now he's suing the railroad for
would have taken control of the train when he fell asleep. >> $10 million. wow. a florida man in custody this morning after holding 11 people at gunpoint inside a credit union, threatening to kill them. it finally ended when s.w.a.t. teams found their moment and swooped in. abc's eva pilgrim has details. >> reporter: an alleged bank robber behind bars after a tense hostage stand-off. >> this is going to be an active shooter inside the bank. >> reporter: just after 9:00 a.m. racing to the scene. the gunman, 23-year-old nicholas da'quan humphrey, terrorizing nearly a dozen hostages with a handgun. >> he threatened to kill hostages multiple times. we had verifiable information that he was actually putting the gun to the pack of the hostages' heads. police watching the scene unfold on the credit unisurveillance cameras. after two hours, two people who were hiding in the nearby room, make a run for it. >> my life flashed in front of my eye, but i knew one thing, he
there in that room. >> it created the window of opportunity that we needed to move inside and take him into custody. >> reporter: the s.w.a.t. team storming the bank, putting themselves between the hostages and the robber, as frantic family members watch from nearby. moments later, the shaken hostages fleeing the bank, their families grateful. >> just a burden lifted off me. to know that she is okay. >> reporter: humphrey will face multiple charges. wee hostages were physically hurt in the stand-off. eva pilgrim, abc news, jacksonville, florida. you can now see niagara falls in a whole new light. l.e.d. light, to be exact. the new $3 million lighting system was switched on last night. >> officials say it will provide brighter and more robust color than the halogen lights that have been used for the past 20 years. the new lights which are located
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us are watching very, very closely. we're hearing new details from the husband of that missing mother of two in california, found in the early hours of thanksgiving day, bound with chains on the side of a country road. >> in an exclusive interview with abc news, he's now revealing what happened in those moments after she was found outside of that car. here's abc's matt gutman. >> with his wife's kidnappers still out there, keith has agreed to do the interview, but under the condition that we do it here in this location in the middle of nowhere. in an exclusive interview with "20/20," papini describing his wife's harrowing release. >> they kind of pushed her out of the vehicle. and she at this point has no idea where she's at. and then ran to the freeway. she's screamed so much, she said she was coughing up blood from the screaming, trying to get
again, just another sign of how my wife, she's so wonderful, she's saying, maybe people aren't stopping because i have a chain, it looks like i broke out of prison. so she tried to tuck in her chain under her clothes. >> reporter: chained and beaten, hair cut off, body branded. keith papini still wrestling with the guilt. >> i thought about her being there, screaming my name. >> reporter: and it's at this for the first time we're learning that the two women who released her, were the same ones who abducted her, forcing her into the car at gunpoint. matt gutman, abc news, redding, california. >> i was able to interview the husband when this first happened, when she first went missing. a lot of people have had suspicion about some severe the details as to whether she was truly abducted. he said that she was a very, very happy mom and wife.
life. she had already decorated the house for christmas, there was no reason for her to leave. but he was suspicious from the start. >> which makes it even more of a mystery. police are once again interrogating her, interviewing her, trying to figure out if she heard any noises nearby, if there was a train rumble, or a cell phone might have rang. >> and where she was. >> she said she could only see their eyes . >> they had a for most of the time. and they were disgised for at least part of the time. but the good news, she's alive. how many stories have we seen lately where women go jogging and they're dead. so a harrowing month. >> whatever happened, in that case. we'll get more on that 20 on "20/20," matt's full interview with keith papini, 10:00 eastern time. >> we look forward to seeing
rescued from the south pole during a medical emergency. >> and what we're hearing this morning about the condition of former astronaut buzz aldrin. you're watching "world news now." my favorite part about being a dad -- just to see their faces in the morning when i wake them up. the first thing you think about is your wife and your kids and your family. so i had surgery locally, and it came back after my follow up that i needed a second surgery. ion. everyone, from the moment i walked through the doors, they're smiling and i love the fact that included me in the whole process. the diagnosis of cancer is one of those things that you want an answer now. we can do now here. rod was great. i mean, he did everything that we asked him and more. the treatment plan was for him to have chemotherapy and radiation followed by surgery.
i love that little jazzy beat. thanks so much to our sound guys. i just had to say that. >> i think they're saying, you're welcome. so he braved the deadly vacuum of outer space and extremes of boiling hot and ultra frigid temperatures on >> but now -- oh, i thought you were describing somebody's relationship for a second. now 86-year-old astronaut buzz aldrin is recovering from a medical emergency during a visit to the south pole. >> reporter: bus aldrin's latest adventure started on a high note, the 86-year-old all smiles, sharing these pictures and writing, south pole, here i come. aldrin was part of a tourist group, visiting the south pole,
condition deteriorated, and as a precaution, the decision was made to have him medically evacuated. first boarded on a cargo plane in antarctica, then trafford to an ambulance headed to a hospital in new zealand. and this picture taken from his hospital bed, again showing him smiling. >> lift-off! >> reporter: the new jersey native and former fighter pilot became a household name and an american hero in 1969. that's when he became the second he later told david muir in an interview, he will never forget the moment he set foot on the moon. >> i get to the bottom, and i, with great confidence, jumped up. but i didn't quite make it to the bottom. >> reporter: in a statement, aldrin's manager said, mr. aldrin has fluid in his lungs, but he is responding well to antibiotics abc news, new york.
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? ? you know it's friday when you hear that music. >> yeah, get some popcorn. time for insomniac theater, previewing two movies opening this weekend. >> this morning we start with "man down," in a post apocalyptic labeouf returns home to discover the place he left is no better than the battlefield. as he tries to track down his family while dealing with ptsd. >> what happened in that room was real. i can't take it back.
>> what is real is the near universal hatred of this fim by the critics. it's getting 10% splat on rotten tomatoes. peter deb ruse writing, it solds audiences for not caring enough about our veterans. in other words, an awful mess of a movie. and soren anderson writes, only an atmosphere of deepening gloom and a premise of utter "man down," it says is like a movie anti-matter, it repels interest. >> oh, my goodness. that's the worst you can say about a movie. from that low to very high high and natalie portman's portrayal of one of our most beloved first ladies. "jackie." as seen through the eyes of the first lady, still stunned by grief, slenl an outsider,
government officials who once answered to her husband. >> would you mind getting a message to all our funeral guests? >> of course. >> inform them that i will walk with jack tomorrow. alone if necessary. and tell general degau if he wishes to ride in an armored car or a tank, i won't blame him, millions of people won't either. >> why are you doing this, mrs. kennedy? >> i'm just doing my job. >> would have to be hard to nail that accent. jackie doing a good job with the critics who are giving it 89% on rotten tomatoes. steven witty describes it as a profile in courage. and peter travers talling it an electrifying portrayal that nails every nuance.
this morning on "world news now," donald trump's raucous rally. >> the president-elect kicking off his thank you tour and giving supporters more of what they got during the campaign, also naming his pick to lead the nation's military. and a school scare at a junior high, a teenager brings a gun on campus, firing a shot in the hallway. how the 15-year-old was stopped upon. playing out on social media. the driver going well over a hundred miles an hour, weaving in and out of traffic. how it ends and the condition of the driver this morning. and natalie portman getting all kinds of oscar buzz for portraying jacqueline kennedy just after the death of jfk. we talk to the star about what she learned playing the role on this friday, december 2nd.