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there was a screen grab from a snap chat video showing roof moments before the deadly attack. roof has admitted shooting and killing nine black people in the charleston, south carolina church basement. this after they invited him into their bible study. roof's lawyers say they are hoping for life in prison instead of the death penalty. the reno, nevada teenager caught on camera swinging a knife at his school, terrifying class fates, is this critical a campus officer shot the boy and school officials say he prevented a dangerous situation. the boy's lawyer are critical saying the officer had other options. >> this should have been a situation that was obviously subject to control by non-lethal means. you have a very mentally up hinged student attempting to keep people away from him by
>> that lawyer went on to say the boy could lose a lung and suffer brain damage. no charges filed so far, and school officials ask the public not to jump to conclusions into the investigation is completed. the person cram in the airplane seat next to you may soon be able to spend the flight talking into a smart phone. how obnoxious would that be? considering placing calls in flights using wifi, however,he there's two important restrictions. it would be up to the airlines whether to provide the service and the airline would have to inform passengers in advance if the flight allows calls. >> i love the photos they feature there. you have all the smiling, happy people on the flight, and using their phones -- >> rarely that way. >> that's not the case at all. man. let's hope we never get to that point. we've done plenty of epic fail
this, though, might be the worst, which might mean it's the best. >> this happened in a jail in brazil. that's an inmate right there trying to escape and obviously that hole not big enough to fit through. he got caught. >> he's tiny, though. >> the guy prepared for it, too. putting sunflower oil on himself in hopes to slide through. that didn't happen. the guards helped him back into his cell. >> oh, man. >> yeah, but crying and really making a good argument. >> for why he needs -- >> he was not being coy about trying to get out of of jail. >> where do you find sunflower oil? >> through a little hatch. coming up, is glenn beck dialing back rhetoric? he was one of donald trump's staunchest opponents in the campaign. why is he now saying give the
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continue to scour northern california for those who ob ductsed sheri papini, they are haunted by another disappearance, 16-year-old tara smith vanished in 1998. >> i hope it's not another case of a complete disappearance? >> absolutely it was. it was on the the investigators' minds. in fact, there's a resemblance of tara smith and ms. papini, making it a little b eerie. >> this is the two of them side by side, both out jogging when they vanished. both went to the same high school at the same time in the 1990s. sheri auditioned for the same role as tara's sister in this play, and both cases captivated the city of redding, california. there's glaring differences. sherri released weeks after
curtain, and she was there. her poor face. and i just hugged her, and i just held her. i felt like i hugged her for 20 minutes. >> reporter: smith and the family never got their thanksgiving day miracle. >> brought back a lot of the memory of those initial days. >> reporter: unlike the papini's, smith believes he knows what pp daughter. >> we knew since the first night. >> reporter: while there was no suspect in ta ra's disappearanc, they suspected a local man. he sought out his advice grappling with the disappearance. >> he wanted to know just how they got by day-to-day, and then also dealing with law enforcement. abc news, los angeles. >> mystery deepens with that story. you think you heard everything
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world, you say what? >> same to barack obama before he made decisions. i want him to be successful. >> reporter: as for the president-elect's white house elect strategist, that's another matter. >> steve, like your whole constitution dropped just by saying his name. the left and the right have their own demons, if you will, that should be exercised. >> define alt right. >> it's a movement that i think know. i mean, you think of the ku klux klan. they are no longer racist, but ie dentists. it's just as bad and poisonous. >> beck, the man called a close up, a big got, a smug know-it-all, now you want to be a healer? >> no. you're making this too grand.
i am going to do it in my own life, and i am going to do it any my own business. i'm inviting you to make the commitment to do the same thing, to be able to know that when you're talking, the televisions are all on in the white house, that's intoxicating, okay? fame is the most corrosive thing to a soul you could introduce. it's awful. >> more than alcohol? >> yeah. >> more than drugs? >> yes. >> because >> i know them very well. >> reporter: vices he says all around him growing up, a tough childhood he says in many ways shape his personality. >> i don't like conflict, believe it or not. >> reporter: say what? >> i know, i know. >> reporter: you made your living on conflict. >> no, i didn't. no, haven't. i made it about four years of my life out of conflict, but i don't want to be that guy. i grew up in an alcoholic
>> reporter: you thought about suicide, didn't you? >> yeah. >> reporter: how close did you come? >> oh, this is back in the late '80s. pretty darn close. >> reporter: his demons behind, beck admits bitter divided america was fueled by himself, a divide he hopes to bridge. >> i'm trying to spend my time trying to talk to people like you, trying to talk to people in the media that say, don't make sides. >> reporter: at 52, he remains a complicated man. fiercely loyal, still combative, but evolved. if he can defeat his demons, he hopes the same for the country. >> i don't think i would have guessed 15 years ago that i would be surround by my family. >> interesting. it's really interesting because even though he's preaching this message of, you know -- >> unity -- >> and trying --
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i panicked. i did something horrible to him. something unforgivable. >> really? you left him? >> i left him. i left him. >> did you love him? >> i did something -- >> she's haunted in that. the critics are anything but brutal giving it a 72% certified fresh on rotten tomatoes. it's called a reality of liynch and attention to detail. devastating movie about sin and retribution as searing as a thunder bolt and poisonous as the strike. >> the poster is good. >> jennifer aniston trying to
managed by her hard partying brother including, of course; cancelling the office christmas party. >> it's not going to suck because it's cancelled. all branch christmas parties are cancelled. >> all right. it's cancelled. >> clay. >> i mean it. >> me too. guys, the holiday mixer's cancelled. >> hey, idiot, i'm looking right at you. you whispered to the cheese lady. >> oh, so as you can imagine, he throws an epic party anyway that quickly gets way out of hand, but it's not impressing critics giving office christmas party only 44% splat on rotten tomatoes. too many plotlines and not enough debauchery, and lauren says the laughs are inconsistent and plot as flimsy as charlie brown christmas tree, so,
this morning, remembering a space age pioneer. >> john glenn, he roaric first american to orbit the earth died. the pilot who had all the right stuff taking humanity to new heights. we'll have the tributes honoring the true american original. the fierce fighting place right now in aleppo. what our cameras are capturing inside those fire fights. frightening moments on camera, a school bus barrels into an entire row of cars lining the side of a street. the students on board bracing for impact. ? ?