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there were solemn remembrances from arizona to capitol hill marking four years since the mass shooting that gravely wounded congresswoman gabby giffords. they rang a bell 19 times, one each for the ones killed and
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injured. on wait to ir giffords said progress has come from hard working in the four years sentence she was wounded. the stage is set in california for a political free-for-all now that barbara boxer says she's not going to republican run again. lukely candidates include camilla harris and lieutenant governor gavin newsom. there is big news expected from the white house this morning. president obamma will announce a proposal to wave tuition costs for the first two years at a community college. >> devin dwyer has the latest. >> reporter: at an attention grabbing proposal by president obama that will be part of his state of the union address later this month. two free years of community college for stoontsudents who attend at least part time and have good grades.
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as many as 9 million students could save $3800 a year on average under this plan. it may be more political pipe dream than reality any time soon. they've given no price tag for this which could cost tens of billions a year. it also needs legislation and republicans are skeptical about the idea. still the white house says all of this is meant at the very leefts to be a conversation starter. today president obama and vice president biden will kick it off in tennessee. >> 10tennessee started a program called tennessee promise. >> it's working beautifully there. on a national scale, we've got some issues. we don't know. still, it's a good way to start. this should be the goal. free school. a good way to start. the legacy of the king coming up. it would have been elvis' 80th
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bother birthday. fans trying to fig are out what he might look like. ahead in our next half hour the hidden germs that may be lurking around your next cup of coffee. the surprisesor team fond. you're watching "world news now." >> announcer: "worl
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dad: can i get some help in here? girl: daddy... maybe he can help? anncr: you don't have to work this hard to keep zombies... out of your home. use parental controls or the v-chip to block your kids... from scary tv. yesterday would have been a very happy birthday for the one and only elvis presley. >> with fans flocking to graceland, it begs the question what is the king's lasting appeal? for more we're "up all nightline" with abc's david wright. >> reporter: he was the original rock star. graceland -- >> we're here today obviously to celebrate elvis' 80th birthday. >> reporter: ex-wife priscilla,
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his daughter lisa marie and his four grandchildren gathered with fans for a burth day cake eight layers tall. this is what he may have looked like today. astonishing to think if he had lived he'd be about as old as pope francis or john mccain. hound dog in need of a hip replacement probably but young nufr to perform. >> presley was fond unconscious at about 2:30. prononced dead an hour later. >> reporter: elvis died young. eight years younger than michael jackson. every bit as iconic as either one of them. his crib second only to the white house in visitors every year. not only has elvis inspired legions of pretenders to the
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throne. also at least one toddler. ♪ ella may's back seat sing-along a huge hit an youtube. this past year barbra streisand finally roirded a duet with the king. >> if elvis is in any way looking down i think he's laughing pretty good with what's going an. >> reporter: assuming he is let's wish him a very happy birthday. i'm david wright for "nightline." >> what a mark. across the world elvis presley is -- >> he died so young. he had so much more -- >> what'sior favorite song? >> too many favorites. heartbreak hotel.
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return to sender. devil in disguise. i'm a huge elvis
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on your screen now. . now it's time for "the mix." i love it when real life moments, surprise moments are caught on camera. there's a photographer who decided to surprise her husband with the announcement. the big announcement that they're expecting baby number one. they're in a photo booth. it's like what what? are you serious? yes, i'm for real. i'm pregnant. it's yours. >> that would have been a different moment had it not been his. >> oh, look at that. he does tear up. it's so sweet. >> that's a good moment. maybe not a surprise but a study officially done out of ohio state university that says machinemen who take selfies a lot of them
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this morning on "world news now" -- terror in france. the police force 90,000 strong searching for two gunmen wanted for a newspaper office massacre. the latest clues and connections to al qaeda. desperate search. what divers are uncovering near the wreckage of the airasia flight 8501. the new video and the major developments. trouble brewing at your favorite coffee shop. what the germ patrol discovered that may have you thinking twice about that next cup of java. later, star power at the vatican. angelina jolie chats with the pope. what the hollywood a-lister is saying about a once in a lifetime experience. that's in "the skinny" on this friday, january 9th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." a happy friday morning to you. a very busy friday morning at that.
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i'm reena ninan. >> hello to you all. i'm t.j. holmes. we start with the latest on the urgent manhunt in france. the two main suspects behind a massacre at a french newspaper eluding tens of thousands of officers. >> as the french express grief and anger over the attack that claimed 12 lives, the iconic eiffel tower going dark for five minutes in memory of the victims. here's more from abc's terry moran in paris. >> reporter: the getaway. the last time we saw the gunmen and ever since police just a step behind them. s.w.a.t. teams, 88,000 officers descending on the french countryside. in reims, eerie scenes of snipers and s.w.a.t. teams mingling with locals all shown live to a riveted nation, but no arrests. no captures. french authorities release a wanted poster. brothers cherif and said kouachi named as the suspects. police take nine people into custody for questioning but not the gunmen.
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then apparently a huge break. a gas station hold-up in villers-cotterets. the robbers resemble the kouachi brothers, police say. the vast police sweep lasting for much of the day, nothing. as dusk draws near, the search continues northward to the small villages in and around a huge forest, larger than paris itself. while in paris and across france, this was a day of mourning as we saw the first images from inside the blood-streaked offices of "charlie hebdo," papers strewn on the floor. a moment of silence in the drenching rain for the 12 victims. colleagues in comedy and satire, a merry band and brave men who guarded them. small memorials across the city and spontaneous gatherings. people holding up pens for the beloved cartoonists of the magazine, and tears from a former editor who says he lost his best friend. "i wish i could tell them all i love them one last time."
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meanwhile, this remains a city on edge. there are french army troops now guarding major railway stations, the eiffel tower, other key installations. an unprecedented sight here. terry moran, abc news, paris. we're learning more about the kouachi brothers. both of them an the terror radar for years. said and cherif kouachi were known to counterterrorism officials in france and the u.s. they were both on the u.s. no-fly list. the younger brother was once an aspiring rapper. he was arrested in 2005 and sent to prison for trying to join al qaeda in iraq. >> these were orphans looking for family and want to belong to something and feel like they need revenge. >> the older brother trained with al qaeda in yemen in 2011 but was never prosecuted or convicted. >> they were born in paris to algerian parents. they are still trying to determine if al qaeda played a
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direct role in the attack. martha raddatz was in yemen around the same time the older brother was trained and explains what it was like. >> reporter: 2011, the year that one of the brothers was supposedly training in yemen was a year that u.s. officials were laser focused on yemen. we were reporting on ramped up u.s. counterterrorism operations there. there were regular u.s. air strikes. the hunt was on for american-born cleric anwar al awlaki who was later killed. thought to have provided support for the so-called underwear bomber. yemen has long been a magnet for terrorists in training but for now there is no evidence the brothers had any direction from al qaeda in this massacre in france three years later, but we just don't know yet. martha raddatz, abc news, washington. stay with abc news as we await more details from the french police. look for updates on "america this morning" and "good morning america." another developing story this morning, the search for
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those black boxes of the downed airasia jet. take a look at this video. a bit haunting here. indonesian military divers at the tail section of the plane. the leader says that section will be recovered today if conditions allow. there have strong currents and the tail is partially buried. at least three more victims' bodies were recovered raising the total to 47 recovered of the 162 on board. to texas where firefighters in san antonio battled a huge apartment fire for hours last night before finally bringing it under control. flames broke out on the second floor and quickly spread to the attic. about 20 families had to be rushed out of the building. thankfully, no one was seriously hurt. and the rescue efforts for a teenage boy who had fallen through the ice ended in tragedy in nevada. swimmers from the reno fire department braved the icy waters before pulling out the victim. they estimate he'd been submerged for at least 30
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minutes. the bitter cold is making life miserable for millions of americans. roadways are virtually invisible through the blowing snow. emergency crews are busy around the clock. the same is true for air travel. hundreds of flights at chicago's o'hare and other midwest airports have been canceled. something you don't often see, florida was hit with some snow flurries. the area around jacksonville recorded a trace of snow. a trace. tying a record set in 1958. that's not likely to happen again today. but much of the country is in for another brutal blast. accuweather's justin povick joins us with the details. good morning to you, justin. >> thanks, reena and t.j. the northeast preparing for a quick shot of snow. more cold. why not, right? it's been cold all week long here. interstate 95 could have a couple of slippery spots. from philadelphia to jfk, laguardia, newark and boston logan, could be minor flight delays.
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not a lot of snow but slightly higher totals into upstate new york. could be topping three, four, even five inches. rein and t.j., back to you. >> justin, thanks so much. the obama administration is sending a message to automakers about withholding information from regulators by slapping honda with a record fine. they've agreed to pay $70 million. that's the largest civil penalty ever against an automaker. half of the fine is for failing to report more than 1,700 complaints about honda vehicles causing deaths or injuries. the other half stems from honda's not reporting warranty claims. coca-cola looking to cut some costs so they are looking to cut some jobs. 1,800 in particular. they say the cuts will be made at all job levels both here in the u.s. and international locations. about 500 positions at its atlanta headquarters included in this. in its statement, coca-cola suggested additional cuts might be coming later. reports this morning that an oklahoma divorcee has cashed her $974 million check. earlier in the week, sue ann arnall had refused to take the
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money from ex-husband oil billionaire harold hamm saying it wasn't enough. now hamm's attorney says they got word from the bank that the check was presented for payment. no comment from the ex-wife. >> isn't it beautiful you can write a check for $974 million and it clears? >> we're sure that it cleared? >> that's awesome. >> we're sure it didn't bounce? >> this worked out. maybe this is the end of it. they've been married 25 years. maybe it's over now. obviously it's january. we've been telling you about how cold it is. might as well have some fun with this, right? >> why not? the guy -- a guy in minnesota who coated his outdoor trampoline with water. which, of course, froze. when it was ready, he shattered the ice by falling onto it. >> he's a former science teacher. in his spare time, this is what he does. he produces videos called minnesota cold. he does stuff like this. he freezes his wife's hair. freezes a towel and goes
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sledding on that towel down a hill. he's got some time on his hands. >> why do i get the feeling this could be you out there doing the same thing? >> this will not be me. i know what you're suggesting. coming up later on "gma." just tune in. i'm still the new guy so they put me through some things. "the skinny" coming up. the real housewife getting out of jail early? wait a minute, she just went in. and heartbreak for a couple who found love on "the bachelorette." something nasty that may be brewing around your favorite cup of coffee. you're in for a jolt and it's not from the caffeine. you're watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by delsym. can really be disruptive. with a record breaking fifty million votes, your superstar is... that's why there's delsym. delsym helps silence coughs for a full 12 hours with an advanced time release formula for all day or all night relief. up to twice as long as other cough liquids. so the only sounds you'll hear
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a large black coffee. >> you mean a vente? >> no, a large. >> vente is large. >> no, vente is 20. large is large. in fact, tall is large and grande is spanish for large. vente is the only one that doesn't mean large. also the only one that's italian. congratulations. you're stupid in three languages. >> that was great. if you are like paul rudd and have issues with your local coffee spot -- you liked that one. >> i loved it. i'm not a coffee drinker so i'm that way when i go to a coffee spot. what's going on here? >> this next story might not help. >> yes. forget about the confusing side, snarky baristas, the real problem may be much harder to see. abc's rebecca worley. >> reporter: for millions of caffeine hungry americans, morning starts looik this.
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but you may be in for a rude awakening. did you ever think about who has touched this lid before it touches your lips? did that gross you out? >> a little bit. >> reporter: experts say lids and other coffee shop items that lots of people touch can become breeding grounds for bacteria. some of which can make us sick. >> we see people trying to grab a lid off a stack. they are grabbing 20 and putting 19 back. that's gross. >> what's living on your lid? dr. susan whittier, a microbiologist testing lids at ten coffee shops in three cities around the country. we also test the milk and sugar containers. of our 60 samples, 25% had bacteria. when left to grow in a petri dish, they look like this. >> for the most part these are not going to cause disease. they are just gross. you don't want someone else's bacteria. >> reporter: we find three that were disturbing. a lid from a san francisco
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barista grew this bacteria which has the potential to sicken someone with a weak immune system. >> it's a marker that things probably aren't as clean as they should be. >> reporter: next, a sugar jar had mrsa which can cause deadly infections if it gets in your blood stream from, say, a cut on your hand. on another sugar jar from a chicago mom and pop shop which you are more likely to find in feces. >> i would guess outside of the sugar jar does not get wiped down as much as it should. >> reporter: on the plus side, we didn't find any living viruses and only three nasty bacteria out of 60 samples. >> we're not walking around in a sterile environment. it's not dangerous. just not sterile. as you touch things, make sure you aren't touching your face, you aren't rubbing your nose. >> reporter: if germs aren't your cup of tea, maybe wait to drink your coffee without the lid.
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becky worley, abc news, san francisco. >> you'll never start drinking coffee after that. >> probably not. but i wasn't going to start for other reasons as well. that probably goes for anything that sits out in -- like this is downstairs. our barista downstairs. >> when it's daytime hours, i'm serving up coffees. for the abc news staff. >> really long days here. that's what she does at 9:00 a.m. >> i always put sanitary abc news approved lids. >> isn't this the case? whether it's -- anywhere you have cups and straws out and people are digging through this. i bet that break room is nasty as anything. >> don't ever, ever consider wiping that down, testing it. swabbing it. that's the word i want. >> thank you, becky worley. the bombshell bachelorette breakup. this is so sad. an engagement has been called off. >> the commish was in tears. find out why real housewives teresa giudice may be getting out of prison early. "the skinny" is next.
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the lead in "the skinny" more often. he was hanging out with angelina jolie. this was in rome. she met the pontiff there after a screening of her new movie "unbrocken." she brought along her daughters for this trip. >> she said being invited with my film to the vatican is an honor to the story i've told in "unbroken." a great example of strength and forgiveness. i think that's incredible the vatican reached out to her. >> she is angelina jolie. >> even the vatican wants a piece of it. we turn to somebody looking for a little forgiveness. "real housewives" star teresa giudice, hasn't even been a week since she started her prison sentence. now there's word she may get out early. >> her release date is february 5th of next year a couple months shy of her 15-month sentence. according to her former crisis manager, the reason is if you are given more than a year you automatically get sent to a
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halfway house to get reacclimated. >> the manager explains the length of time at the halfway house is usually half the time of the total sentence. even thin the inmate doesn't stay the full 10%. and giudice's lawyer has projected she will be home some time before christmas of this year. not even a full year in prison. >> that's great news for her little girls. >> four girls? >> four girls. christmas without mama was not going to be nice. >> so they'll get christmas with both parents and then dad right after christmas probably going into prison. >> that's probably right. a bachelorette breakup to report. it had some in our newsroom sobbing earlier. >> why? josh murray, andi dorfman. they are done. they've broken up. called off the engagement. >> josh won andy's heart on "the bachelorette." he proposed in the finale and she said yes. now, sadly in their joint statement they say this is what is best for the both of us. we'll continue to be good friends and wish each other the best.
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>> this shocking news comes just days after they appeared together at a red carpet event for a new season of "the bachelor." that's when they told chris harrison once you start planning a wedding, there's no stopping. >> clearly there is stopping. >> superstar that is, going strong, is emma stone and andrew garfield. they were out to dinner in new york together and this happened. a fellow diner tried to discreetly snag a shot. she was caught. >> she tried to use her friend as a shield but their faces say it all. we see you. same thing happens to me all the time when i go out. let's get right to the celebrity birthdays. influential folk singer joan baez, 74. >> led zeppelin, jimmy page, 71. >> sean paul, 42. >> duchess kate is 33 today. looks amazing. happy birthday to everyone.
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the first full week of 2015 has been a really busy one. a manhunt under way for terrorists in france to the miracle survivor of a plane crash. >> scandals of all shapes and sizes and we sadly had to say good-bye to a one of a kind spirit. they're here in the "rewind." >> they called their names and shot them. clearly an execution. they knew the men they were hunting. >> they were cool, calm and collected. they had fire discipline. their bullets hit the targets. >> our hearts are with the staff of "charlie hebdo." >> the editor said he'd rather die than change his right to -- >> for the crime of being satirist. our windshield is completely shattered.
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i can't see nothing. >> everyone is crashing into each other. no one really has control over their cars. god guide her. god took hold of her and showed her what to do. >> i've got an 8-year-old girl. i can't imagine her going through what this little girl went through. >> i think a lot of parents in america are thinking that. we recognize the enormity of the task in front of us. a lot of hard work awaits. i've only got two years left in office. i didn't want to wait for the state of the union to talk about all the things that make this country great and how we can make it better. >> i hurt myself, my family and my beloved people of virginia. and for that, i am deeply, deeply sorry. >> you are saying at no time was it possible for you to have been alone with this young woman and have had sex -- >> absolutely not. the story is completely and totally made up. >> you were quoted online as saying, forget those women. >> that is a misquote. that is not what i said.
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what i said is this is not about the women. this is about something else. this is about the obliteration of legacy. that's what i said. you beat cancer by how you live, why you live and in the manner in which you live. >> we got that word on sunday. yes, sunday morning that word came in that surprised everyone. we knew he'd been sick, stuart scott. hit everybody. >> felt so unexpected. no one expected it. don't forget to head to our facebook page for "in case you missed it." all of our most memorable moments from the week. some funny, some strange. maybe we should first take a look before they post it. >> we've got to get these cleared before they go out to the public. >> yeah. >> announcer: this is abc's "world news now," informing insomniacs for two decades. ank you for calling
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making news in america this morning, breaking overnight in the massive manhunt in france. the paris terror suspects now holding a hostage. we are live with the latest. the brutal blast of cold air still creating dangerous conditions across the country. when does it all move out? plus snow in florida. scary surprise. falling from the sky. something smashes through a house's ceiling. >> heard this terrible blast. >> it looked like a bomb had exploded. >> mystery leaving one homeowner perplexed. surprise birth. a mom delivers a 10-pound baby just an hour after finding out she was pregnant.

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