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george bush in 2001. >> this week is full of confirmation hearings. eight of the cabinet picks in the hot seat. back to you. the secret service and department of homeland security have agreed to a $24 million settlement in a discrimination case. the suit began 17 years ago. 100 black secret service agents said they were passed over for promotions in favor of less qualified white co-workers. the agency is not admitting to any wrong doing. texas is among 14 states looking to block coal mining rules put in place by the obama administration. the white house says it's to prevent things from being dumped into streams. six guys to who found themselves facing big waves should be giving thanks to a rescue crew.
coast of guam. it wasn't long before the canoe was filled with water. the waves were between 10 and 14 feet. eventually that rescue crew arrived and plucked them out of the water. and one of the newest residents of iowa's blank park zoo no longer has a blank spot on the birth certificate. >> this rhino is now named. she got to meet her dad for the first time but was unsure of things. she backed away at times. sticking close to mom. she wasn't really sure. >> dad is like get over here. no, i don't know about this. >> how cute is that? >>. >> and then mom goes over and is like come over, he's your dad. he loves you. and little by little she inches a little bit closer every time. >> look at nature right there.
coming up, why thousands of women are counting down to the day after the inauguration. the women's march in washington that could turn into the biggest demonstration in the capitol in quite some time. the grandmother behind the growing movement and the one thing she did that got the ball rolling. and a mechanical engineering claiming the world's largest nerf gun -- we have more on that story. first, a look at today's temperatures. "world news now" weather brought to you by carfax.com. hey, searching for a great used yeah! you got it. just say show me millions of used cars for sale at the all new carfax.com. i don't want one that's had a big wreck just say, show me cars with no accidents reported pretty cool i like it that's the power of carfax®
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th megared advanced 4in1. >> we are two days away from the inauguration of donald trump as america's 45th president. >> putting the final touches there. a growing number of women are looking ahead to the day after. when hundreds of thousands are expected to march on washington. >> it's part of a movement sparked by a single comment on facebook by a concerned grandmoth grandmother. here's mary bruce. >> i march for her and women. >> we march because your generation will build a wall and our generation will knock it down. >> reporter: it could be one of the largest dman stragss in washington. >> when it comes time to act, i wa m
>> reporter: hundreds of thousands, mothers and daughters from around the country are headed to d.c. turning their election night concerns into a positive movement. >> we are marching for women's rights. >> because i care about our planet and all the inhabitants. >> reporter: this female driven march was sparked by a single facebook post. >> i wanted to take action. >> reporter: disappointed by the win on election night, a 60-year-old grandmother from hawaii took to facebook in hopes of becoming a small voice for women's rights. and with her four granddaughters in mind, she wrote five simple words. >> i wrote, i think we should march. >> reporter: within a few hours, 40 women replied agreeing and by the next day, 10,000 women were in. >> somebody dubbed bethe fire starter, but this movement would not have happened without thousands of people helping to fan the flames.
flames, the four co-shares of the women march organization that have been working nonstop since election day to turn that facebook post into reality. but the scope of the march is now so much bigger than election night ink. with many groups coming to voice their concerns about the incoming trump administration. >> one of our goals for the march is to display what it looks like when the progressive movements are working together. when you have climate justice, racial justice, immigrant rights, women's reproductive rights movement coming and showing one unified voice. >> reporter: organizers think this march is also about families. mothers and daughters work together for a common goal. >> we want the world to know women are leaders and we want to show our children, especially our daughters they can be the next generation of leaders as well. >> reporter: in colorado making their way to d.c. with a group of co-workers. along for the ride is a 14
>> i'm excited to connect with thousands of women who feel the same way i do. >> reporter: but the march doesn't end in washington. over 270 sister marches will be happening simultaneously in all 50 states and in 33 countries around the globe. but for the grandmother who started it all, she says she's already bought her ticket to d.c. >> one person can make a difference. >> reporter: mary bruce, abc news, washington. unbelievable that one comment started that whole thing. >> that's similar to the tea party movement. it was a simple comment as well. >> if enough people have that emotion, you can start a movement. coming up, 94-year-old fitness junkie. >> and why this one woman from down under is giving no one any excuses for skipping the gym. >> making us feel bad about ourselves. >> exactly. betty white is looking at her saying what a slacker,
>> raise your hand if you're surprised? no one. he is betty white's biggest fan. and he's here with a trio of stories. explain what's going on in this photo. >> you don't have a pocket of picture of betty white with you at all times? that's weird of you. all right. we are halfway through january. if you are struggling with the fitness resolutions, don't worry. i have found the inspiration you need to carry you clear to 2018. prepare to get pumped up with 94-year-old edna shepard. she goes to the gym ten times a week. she loves zumba and lifting weights, and on her one day off from the gym, she dances. >> she could crack the walnut. >> look at her move. she's actually keeping in sync wi
the class. >> of the young kids. >> exactly. >> i think edna and betty white need to get together and work out together. >> like chris brown and soulja boy. >> or a boxing match. i would watch that. >> i hope you brought your calculators. this is a real life exercise in probability. luke and hillary gardener were only friends when they realized they shared a birthday. december 18th, 1989. flash forward and they're now married and welcomed their son kad on, you guessed it, december 18th, 2016,. all sharing the same birthday. the odds are .000000751. or 7.5 in a million. that's rare considering your chances of being struck by lightening are 1 in
>> i'm hoping there was a little bit of love involved. >> so -- >> we're making a big deal over a planned c section? >> they said they did the things to induce labor to make it happen. >> my cousin was born 11/11. 11 at 11:11. >> that's amazing. >> there's a mechanical engineer in california tired of losing his office's nerf gun battle. he built a six foot long nerf gun. it shoots plungers up to 40 miles per hour. he holds a guinness world record for the world's largest nerf gun. >> can we invite him
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they talked about their favorite tv shows. prepare for the ultimate interview. >> betty white has been on television for almost as long as television has been around. >> betty white. >> starring in life with elizabeth to playing sue ann on the mary tyler moore show. >> oh, my poor baby. >> 20 years later, betty white was a fixture in the living room of millions of americans. ♪ >> but it was in 1985 as rose nilan in minnesota on the golden girls that she won the hearts of a new generation. >> dorothy, you're the smart one. blanch, you're the sexy one, sophia, you're the old one. i'm the nice one. everybody always likes me.
everyone else seems to. betty white is one of the most welcomed guest stars on television. she tackles football's biggest night with this snickers add in the 2010 super bowl. >> what is your deal? >> come on, you've been riding me all day. >> you're playing like betty white out there. >> that's not what your girlfriend said. >> thank you. thank you. >> and even became the oldest host in the history of saturday night live. >> when people hear your name, what do you hope they think of? >> oh, she's so gorgeous and sexy. no, i don't. i just appreciate the fact that people have been so kind to me all these years. the fact that i'm still working, that's the thing i'm most grateful for that i still get asked for jobs. >> i'm katie couric in los angeles. happy birthday, betty white. >> we lov
books this morning, tough questions for the cabinet hopefuls. >> it's shaping up to be the toughest day on capitol hill as questions of insider trading swirl around the next nominee. plus one question bernie sanders asked the press secretary of education. and the expect wanted for killing an officer has been captured. hear how police zeroed in on him and how the slain officer's family is responding. donald trump's obsession with twitter has earned him the name of tweeter in chief. what happens to people who tweet back? >> and if you recently received a picture like this from your significant other, don't be fooled. they might not be sleeping