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. this morning on "world news now," stricter security for all flights entering the united states. >> the message that homeland security is sending to the world. tighten up. the new regulations could cause delays, but it could also keep laptops have interesti laptops from having to be checked. and the race to 2020 is on with president trump holding a fundraiser for his reelection campaign. but it remains to be seen whether the health care bill will fall through. and a prank meant to get more views on youtube kills. police charging a pregnant 19-year-old with manslaughter after shooting the father of her children through a book that was meant to stop the bullet. the dangerous stunt apparently all for fame. and
we love it because it keeps you up and then you watch us while your partner saws away, but it request be-- request bcan be a relationships. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> we really want them to sleep well? >> no. no, we don't. that's one of those stories you can just ignore. >> yes, exactly. >> but i guess we'll give you a few tips just in case you want to sleep after the show, right? >> exactly. first we're going to start with new security rules. >> homeland security is calling for airlines around the world to improve the way they vet passengers and search for bombs. those that don't might be barred from flying into the u.s. >> meanwhile, those carriers meeting the u.s. standards could see the rule banning laptops in
the passenger cabin elim natd. >> reporter: the department of homeland security says you can keep carrying your laptop and other large devices into the u.s. as long as your airline plays by the new stringent guidelines. >> we cannot play an international whack a mole. we must put in measures across the board to keep the traveling public safe and make it harder for terrorists to succeed. >> reporter: the new global standard for security includes enhanced screening for passengers, large personal devices and the area around the aircraft. >> inaction is not an option. our enemies are adaptive and we have to be adaptive as well. >> reporter: the new measures will affect 200 airlines a day, and 2,000 flights. the order banning laptops on flights from certain countries came in response to intelligence gathered by the department of homeland security that link the isis to a potential terrorist
laptops. >> we are not standing on the sidelines. the oust governme >> reporter: but authorities stress if airlines do not comply with the new stricter security standards the ban will go back into effect and some airlines would see their flights into the ou u.s. suspended. changes will be phased in over time. they're going to start off with explosive trace detection. then come the dogs, additional screen and so on. so you're looking at about six months for everything. >> when they initially put in the electronics ban it confused many airports and airlines around the world. for example, when we have seen lithium batteries explode on board planes, it's been in the cabin. so somebody's been alert enough to put it out. >> so if it happens underneath. >> in the checked luggage area. >> no one can
>> so airlines were alarmed by that policy. it's a very vague policy. also the travel ban is expected to be implemented today. there's that too. of course. moving on to the numerous wildfires burning across the west. a wildfire that has devoured 32 square miles in arizona forcing people from their homes. >> the fire is burning near prescott. some structures have been destroyed. roads are closed and one firefighter has been injured. the governor has declared a state of mm for the area and plans to visit today. >> nearly four years ago the same area was devastated and killed firefighters. and a brush fire in burbank is now almost fully contained. it broke out around the evening commute and prompted the evacuation of an entire neighborhood. they managed to keep that fire from spreading beyond ten acres. the
investigation. and strong storms moving through the heartland have triggered tornados. at least one person was hurt in wisconsin when a tornado ripped through the western part of the state. that person had taken cover in a barn when the twister hit and part of the barn collapsed. president trump is getting a jump start on his reelection campaign. kicking it off with a ritzy fundraiser at his washington, d.c. hotel. it was expected to raise $10 million. and it comes five months into the president's first term. 300 guests arrived as protesters gathered outside. the press was barred from attending. in the meantime, the president seems to be still optimistic about the stalled health care bill. senate republican leaders are racing to revise the legislation by friday and hoping to gain enough support to pass it in the coming
karl. >> reporter: president trump predicted a surprise victory for the stalled republican health care bill. >> health care is working along very well. we could have a big surprise with a great health care package. >> reporter: at this point, victory would be a big surprise. not only are all democrats opposed. so are no fewer than nine senate republicans. and on capitol hill, more protests. at least 40 arrested. the republican opposition to the bill falls into two camps. conservatives who say the bill doesn't do enough to repeal obamacare and moderates who are concerned the bill goes too far, slashing medicaid, which donald trump as a candidate promised not to cut. >> mr. president, are you concerned about the medicaid cuts in the health care bill? >> it's going to be great. this will be great for everybody. >> reporter: the president isn't negotiating the
now acting as the chief cheerleader for the bill. he met with 46 republican senators. >> president trump, i challenge you to invite us, all 100 of us, republican and democrat, to blair house to discuss a new bipartisan way forward on health care. >> reporter: we took that to the president. would you be mg to negotiate with all of them? >> got to find out if he's serious. he hasn't been serious. he'd have to be very, very serious. you know, he's done a lot of talking, bad talking. and and he just doesn't seem like a serious person. >> reporter: it's got to be a heavy lift. they've got to get it done by the end of the week so the congressional budget office can complete its assessment in time for the senate to have a vote after they return from their july 4th recess, and they know more time will not make it any easier to pass this bill. >> our thanks to jonathan karl. meanwhile, protesters in cincinnati are
another trial in the fatal shooting of an unarmed black driver. they are demanding a trial for the officer for a third time. he fatally shot the victim in 2013. he says he fired in self-defense because he was being dragged by dubose's car. a decision on whether to pursue a third trial is expected in the next few weeks. and ohio may soon resume executing inmates on death row. after the process was approved. it faced controversy over a three-drug come b combo. a young mom has been charged. mona lisa perez shot a book while pedro ruiz was holding it to his chest, believing the book
and cameras were rolling when she opened fire. earlier that day, perez tweeted that they were going to record one of their most dangerous videos ever, adding his idea, not mine. her boyfriend's aunt said they were in love and it was a prank gone wrong. >> he had told me about an idea, and i said don't do it. don't do it. why are you going to use a gun? why? because we want more viewers. we want to get famous. >> ruiz was only 22 years old. the couple has a 3-year-old daughter and perez, mind you, is pregnant with their second child. she could face up to 10 years in prison if convicted of manslaughter. >> awful story. and over in tennessee, the families of three people who say guardrails killed them have filed lawsuits. this dash cam video is a key piece of evidence. the red suv swerves, hitting a guardrail which pierces through the suv killing the
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off the coast of cape cod aloin, 150 great whites expected this summer. in 2014 there were about half that. this summer we've seen a great white lurking next to a fishing boat. this 14 foot great white was tagged there a few years ago and was detected along virginia's coast on sunday. first responders training for shark attacks, even posting these signs warning beachgoers. the seal population, what the sharks feed on is to blame. >> it doesn't mean you don't use common sense. >> reporter: they're hoping to avoid scenes like this. people screaming to get out of the water at this alabama beach two weeks a spotting sharks in the shallow water. and expert the say there are a few things you can do to avoid sharks on the beach. swim on sunny, clear day, but not at dawn or dusk when sharks
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this morning on "world news now," the tornado threat overnight and into today for parts of the midwest. and dry, hot conditions keep fueling new wildfires that are threatening homes and forcing evacuations. and the travel ban should take effect today. it's as we're learning about new stricter security measures for all incoming flights into the u.s. and what that means for laptops. and new this half hour, an alleged purse-snatching victim fights back with her suv. >> she rams the man in a busy parking lot while he seemingly tries to get away. and the golden opportunity for this golden girl. to help shape the hollywood machine. a special honor for betty white as she joins the most elite club.