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10-year-old peyton fell ill after their house was treat ford termites. the family says the termnism subcontractor told them it was safe to return. his parents say he will never be the same again. a termnism spokesman says they're sad for the family and reviewing the matter. a deadly home invasion in st. louis. an 11-year-old boy shot and killed an intruder who tried to break into his house. the boy was home with his 4-year-old sister when two people broke through the front door. officers arrived to find the body of a 16-year-old suspect in the foyer. they arrested a second suspect a short time later. it's not clear why the two children were home alone. we know lots of you watching right now are new parents home and an awake with us because your little bundle of joy also is. you might own one of those baby monitors. >> there are things you need to know in order to keep your child as safe as possible. brandi hitt is in l.a. with the details. good morning, brandi.
>> reporter: good morning. hi-tech streaming baby monitors have become very popular with new parents. but a new study out shows some of the top brands have major security flaws. >> yea. >> reporter: like so many parents, they have a baby monitor to keep an eye on emma with live streaming video sent to their cell phones. one terrifying night they realized they weren't the only ones watching her. >> i noticed the camera was moving and heard a man's voice. it was screaming at my daughter. wake up baby. >> reporter: they say hackers used internet backdoor to take control of their camera and a new study shows how vulnerable these systems can be. tech security firm rapid 7 tests nine internet connected baby monitors costing up to $250 and gave almost all of them a failing grade. one d and eight fs. >> anyone that had the knowledge of these kinds of cameras could technically exploit them to even maybe extort money from you to
take private footage of your life and expose that on the internet. >> reporter: rapid 7 recommends you disable unnecessary features like video recording or internet storage. never connect the device to public wi-fi and use cellular data. >> instantly i unplugged the camera? >> he changed their system's default security password but still feel a little uneasy. >> i don't know if this person got any other information. it's terrifying. >> reporter: experts say this type of hacking can also happen with your home computer cram. change your passwords often and unplug a baby monitor when not in use. reena and phillip? >> thank you so much. so the bottom line is don't use baby monitors that connect to the internet because anyone can hack into them. it's scary especially when you know your child could be monitored. >> that's so creepy. she heard a voice wake up baby. but when you say don't connect to the internet, how are you supposed to be able to watch them? does that mean you can't watch them if you're at work and
there's a baby-sitter? you won't be able to do that anymore. >> i stick with the old fashioned ones that plugged into the wall unit. it's a small range that you can see the child from like in the kitchen or living room. you're right. some parents want to monitor the baby at work. it's hard to let go of that. but not a good idea. >> stop being weird. coming up, talk about being upstaged. who can listen to the governor when a whale is right behind him. >> we sent our reporter, his daughter to the scene of the incident. stick around.
news now" yesterday, you may remember we showed you the governor of connecticut being upstaged by a beluga whale. >> it doesn't happen every day the governor can't get the attention of reporters because of a large animal swimming behind it. we sent abc's david wright with family assistance to the scene. >> we recognize as one of our economic drivers. >> reporter: the governor of connecticut forgot one of the first rules of politics. make sure your backdrop doesn't upstaining you at the mitts tick aquarium to talking about tourism but juno the whale made it hard to focus on anything he said. >> i was offered the opportunity to pet it and declined. >> he's a friendly whale as my daughter and i discovered. >> juno loves to be front and center and juneau would make a great, great candidate. >> and he's a blow hard. juno is just as happy joking around with the tourists. as he is standing in for the best man at weddings.
or even swimming to the beat of a mariachi band. photobombing a governor, whale, he should have seen it coming. david wright, mystic seaport, connecticut. >> that's a great piece only david wright can do that. i never thought, maybe he's looking to put his hat in the ring. oh. >> look at that. we didn't notice we were being photo bottomed. >> there's our floor director. doesn't have a life jacket on. >> that's excellent. master swimmer, wow. >> oh, boy. i'm glad they warned us about this one. we've got a good team here. >> keep that playing the whole time all the way through. >> not distracting or anything. >> all right. coming up on be insomni"ins theate theater", we're going to talk about a couple of movies that might have been a little rough to watch. >> and there's no other way to say this but harsh reviews are next here on "world news now." stick around. >> it is a little crazy, huh?
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>> how do you know all this stuff? >> there are these things called books. >> okay, they're called books. >> like tv for smart people. >> despite the distinguished cast, the reviews are mixed. john anderson of "newsday" calls the film thoughtful, fun and redford and nolte are both in the zone. but richard roeper was not impressed and said after all these years, robert redford and flick nolte share the big screen and they're stuck in a middling sit-com. next up the transporter refueled starting ed screen who takes over for jason stath that many as a transparter. he plays a man who transports packages for questionable clients. his father is kidnapped forcing him to team up with a trio of see duckettive femme fatales planning a major bank heist. >> excuse me.
oh. >> you're going to make me late. and i hate being late. >> okay. well, prepare to be transported to the land of bad reviews as the critics have not held back with mary ann johansson calling it a disastrous, there is all sorts of a stupid at work here and all sorts of offensive. nikki of lists adds all told this is film making that should have no place in modern sin pa. >> four weeks in a row for "straight outta compton." >> that's the news for this half hour.
this morning on "world news now," behind bars. >> the county clerk kim davis choosing jailtime over a deal in that same-sex marriage standoff. what she said to the judge and what lies ahead for davis and the many couples seeking a marriage license. pleading the fifth, the former hillary clinton staffer refusing to testify over her e-mail scandal. why this could spell trouble for her campaign with the rest of the candidates looking to pounce. help on the highway. the alarming new trend of drivers taking action on the road. stopping other drivers from reckless and dangerous maneuvers. but could these good samaritans be causing more harm than good. and talking body. the medical mystery rof involving a woman hearing things. all the sounds from inside her own body. bones creaking, her heart
beating. every move. what does it sound like anyway? it's friday, september 4th. from abc news, this is "world news now." really? >> is this officially labor day weekend the end of summer? >> it's the unofficial end of summer. >> the unofficial end. >> i believe it's the 23rd or something. >> ginger zee did say it's going to be hot in september. i'm taking that as a continuation of the summer. someone backstage said ginger zee is pregnant. >> everything's always hot. that's one way to look at it, too. it's hot all over the country. >> college football heating up. >> i love it. best time of year. >> a lot of people think that. we'll begin with the defiant county clerk at the center of a national debate jailed over staunch opposition to same-sex marriage. >> a judge found kim davis in contempt of court for her refusal to issue marriage licenses to gay couples. most of her deputy clerks have promised to comply with the law.
the governor says all citizens will be able to be married today. more from abc's marcy gonzales. >> reporter: cheering, and outrage outside of this federal courthouse in kentucky. strong reactions to a judge finding a county clerk in contempt of court. putting her behind bars for this. >> we're not issuing marriage licenses. you can appeal. >> since the supreme court's june ruling in support of same sex marriage, kim davis has repeatedly turned away gay couples refusing to issue any marriage licenses testifying that her conscience will not allow it. >> under whose authority are you not issuing licenses. >> god's authority. >> reporter: davis who has been married four times maintained in court while her past may not be perfect, she is entitled to her religious freedom. >> kim davis is prepared for consequences because the other
consequences she would not want to risk, and that is being unfaithful to god. >> the aclu filed the motion saying while she has a right to her religious beliefs she is obligated to follow the law, the group requiring her pay a fine but the judge taking it further, ordering her to stay in federal custody till she agrees to issue marriage licenses. >> we do not want to see that. we're sad it came to it, and again, the judge did his job by following laws. >> reporter: the judge explaining his belief that this is the only way to make sure davis complies. her legal team responding to the ruling saying this is not the america the founders envisioned. marcy gonzales, abc news, new york. marcy, thank you. police are searching for the suspect in a shooting at sacramento city college that left one student dead. the two other victims are also students, one is in critical condition. police say four people were arguing and one of them pulled out a gun and shot the others. at one point, the college was on
lockdown. but it's all clear now. it's unknown if the shooter is also a student at the school. prosecutors in south carolina say they'll seek the death penalty for the suspect in the charleston church shootings. dylan roof faces nine counts of murder in state court and charged with federal hate crimes. in recommending the death penalty, the prosecutor said some krimts are so heinous they require the most serious punishment the state can give. >> services will be held monday for the illinois police lieutenant found shot to death. investigate rds say video from a homeowner's security system could provide crucial clues what happened to the officer. gio benitez reports. >> detectives following new leads in the dramatic search for the three men police believe killed lieutenant joe gliniewicz saying they've obtained crucial new video. >> we have retrieved as late at last night what we believe to be some significant video. >> reporter: that video coming from a house near the area where
the 52-year-old officer was shot and found dead. the lieutenant was shot way down there, and in his last recorded call, he said he was chasing two white men and one black man. they could he have come running across this field over these railroad tracks and right into the view of a home cam la right in this neighborhood. >> there is a good probability they are still somewhere in the area. tensions are high here. a woman made a false report she saw two men running. helicopters were launched and 140 officers scoured the area. this as gliniewicz's widow delivers an emotional message to the community. >> joe was my best friend and my world, my hero. he will truly be missed by all of us. >> reporter: gio benitez, abc news, fofl lake, illinois. >> one attack on a police officer near boston turned out to be a hoax. the officer himself accused of making the thing up. the 24-year-old rookie in massachusetts claimed a gunman fired shots into his cruiser before it crashed and burst into
flames. police say the officer fired into his own car. the incident triggered a manhunt, shut down schools, put the town on lock down. he has been fired and facing criminal charges. it's official. donald trump promised not to run as a third party candidate. in new york on thursday, amid much fanfare, the billionaire signed a loitty pledge. during the first debate, trump was the only candidate not to make the pledge. the front-runner now says he will support whoever wins the nomination. >> so i will be totally pledging my allegiance to the republican party and the conservative principles for which it stands and we will go out and we will fight hard and we will win. later in the day, trump stumbled through an interview with a conservative talk show host when asked about the qods force in iran, he mistook them for the krufrds and didn't seem to know the major differences
between hamas and hezbollah. >> hillary clinton's former chief of staff spent 9 1/2 hours testifying behind closed doors about clinton's private e-mail. but another staff staffer is refusing to testify citing the fifth amendment. cecilia vega is covering the campaign. hillary clinton's former chief of staff ushered into a closed door hearing on capitol hill, grilled all day by the house committee investigating benghazi and clinton's private e-mail server. but brian pagliano, the former i.t. worker who helped set up that server in clinton's new york home, is refusing to answer questions, invoking his fifth amendment rights against self-incrimination. the republican chairman of that committee saying -- >> you're free to glean whatever inference you want from the fact that he did. >> reporter: clinton's campaign calling pagliano's decision to not testify disappointing, saying in a statement clinton has made every effort to answer questions and be as helpful as possible, and has encouraged her
aides, current and former, to do the same. and hillary clinton herself will testify in these benghazi hearings next month. cecilia vega, abc news, new york. >> thank you. a federal judge has tackled the national football league for a loss. he ruled that the nfl acted improperly in suspending quarterback tom brady in the scandal over deflated footballs. that means that the super bowl mvp can play for his new england patriots in next week's season opener. we'll have more on the story in our next half hour. voluntary recall on kraft singles has been expanded. they recalled an additional 335 cases of cheese slices yesterday saying a problem with the packaging film -- the film can stick to the cheese after the wrapper is removed. customers should return the product to stores for refund. today's report on unemployment could have an
impact on your finances regardless of your job status. analysts predict the august jobless rate will drop slightly to 5.2% and today's labor department figures are expected to show 220,000 new hires last month. a sign of steady growth. the fed is considering increasing interest rates this month if the economy appears table. this might be a good weekend to stay home but the low fuel prices are encouraging 35 million americans to travel. most of them crowding highways, beaches, parks are likely to be overflowing, too. you may have trouble finding space on the sand much less the parking lot. the drop in oil prices also making airline prices cheaper 0 so airports will be jammed, too. if you're traveling good luck. you may want to save your vacation money for next year. six flags will be adding new attractions at every one of its 13 locations. they include a new roller coaster, water slides, thrill rides and two of something called dark rides. >> a dark ride?
>> the world's largest theme park great adventure new jersey gets its 14th coast, it's called total mayhem. rider ans flip head over heels at least times and feel weightless and then vomit. are you into this? do you like going to this -- >> i don't go out of my way to go to them. as soon as i get on, i'm first terrified and exhilarated. there's a wooden one in san antonio called the rattler. it was wooden. no longer there. they replaced with steel. that was scary. some of these new coasters have seats that face each other so that you can see the fear in your friends' eyes or worse. >> there's a worse situation i can think of facing somebody going down a roller could i have thor. >> there could be unfortunate projectile situations that could discourage you from further use. >> coming up, the amazed baby reminding us all of the miracle
of life. first drivers taking drastic measures on the highway stopping others from driving dangerously. but is it safe? and the medical marvel that sounds fascinating for everyone but the woman involved tortured by sounds of her own body. how she tried to get it to stop. find us on facebook wnnfans.com as well as twitter abcwnn. you're watching "world news now." >> i'm alex trebek. if you're age 50 to 85, this is an important message. so please, write down the number on your screen. the lock i want to talk to you about isn't the one on your door. it's a rate lock for your life insurance that guarantees your rate can never go up at any time, for any reason. but be careful. many policies you see do not have one, but you can get a lifetime rate lock through the colonial penn program. call this number to learn more. this plan was designed with a rate lock
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two people here in a small plane were hurt when they crashed into trees near a soccer field in new jersey. the men had been surveying the hudson river when they reported engine trouble. the ntsb is investigating the exact cause of the crash. police are looking for the woman who robbed a bank in southern pennsylvania or maybe it's a man. actually, they're pretty sure this is a man dressed as a woman and wearing a dark curly wig. he handed teller a note, hen fled with the cash. >> kind of looks like zoo lander. >> like andy pettite. >> really? >> a little bit. >> that dude doesn't need the money though. well, now to a possibly new and dangerous trend on american roads. could good samaritans stopping reckless drivers. >> clayton sandell shows us why police are raising concerns. >> reporter: shawn french says he had to do something. snatching the keys from a driver he says was dangerously erratic, scraping walls on this ohio freeway at 80 miles an hour.
>> he's got a kid in the car. >> with a child in the back seat. >> i was very upset. i have two kids and i would never put them in that situation. >> french pauls the man over and keeps him from leaving >> there she goes. just like this ohio driver last week. >> stop the car. >> stopping a woman swerving off the road. both have been hailed as good samaritan heroes but police warn their actions could be day. >> taking matters into your own hands is almost never ever recommended. you don't know how aggressive they're going to be against somebody they feel is a threat to them. >> that ohio driver charged with child endangerment and losing control of a vehicle. french says he would do it all over again. >> i'm still shaking over it. >> clayton sandell, abc news, denver. >> whoo. i'm not sure i would do that. >> yeah, you always err onside of let the police handle that. >> let 911 handle that. give them a call. coming up, do you hear that?
we'll tell you about a woman. used to hear way more than she wanted to and how she was cured. >> i didn't hear it. and ahead in our next half hour, tom brady cleared to be on the field for the patriots. what's next in deflategate and what it means for millions of fantasy football players. you're watching "world news now." >> "
we're not talking about surroundings. >> what she was hearing was coming from inside her own body. she had to do something about it. paula faris has her story. >> reporter: just like the comic book hero daredevil, enhanced hearing sounds like an amazing superpower but imagine if you could actually hear your own body's every sound, every move all day long, your heart beating. your eyes moving. your bones creaking. this is what life is like for rachel pine. drastically enhanced hearing. every tiny move her body makes is amplified. >> it starred almost all the time every day. i could hear my neck mulls moving like different things inside my body. when you tell people that, they're like you're crazy. >> reporter: worst, it was debilitating. she stopped all hobbies and worked only as much as she had to. >> i would end up in bed usually before noon and lay there.
i couldn't watch tv. it was too loud. basically had to lay there and hear my heart beat and feel my brain spin. >> reporter: nine different doctors and not a single diagnosis. constant dizzy spells with no answers till she found dr. quintinen. a surgeon at ronald reagan medical center who diagnose aid rare condition, superior semi circular canal dehissents. >> the inner ear the organ in charge of balance and hearing has an abnormal opening in the bone. you tend to hear it your own voice andnings moving inside your body. >> reporter: rachel was thered her experience had a name. >> we got in the elevator and i was crying. >> reporter: ucla discovered a minimum surgery fix plugging the tiny hole through a small incision the size of a dime in the skull. her surgery takes about two hours. >> inside your skull. come down to this point and i
know that her hole is right there. right there. so that's where i want to point this green pointer. right here. you see the green pointer shows me that's where i need to go. >> reporter: for many patients, ruts are immediate. >> we do the surgery in about 90 minutes and they say my symptoms are gone. >> reporter: and that's exactly what happened. >> when i woke up from surgery, knew i was better and i had no more dizziness. i was talking to the nurse when is i woke up. i was ready to get up and go somewhere. >> reporter: now rachel has her life back, happy too hear normal sounds again and grinning from ear to ear. paula faris, abc news, new york. can you imagine? >> i just can't. people must have thought she's crazy. wouldn't you think you're crazy? the average age of diagnosis is 45. >> you go almost your -- at least half your life never knowing what it is. >> crazy. right? >> wow she got help though.
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this morning on "world news now," sitting in jail. the controversial decision to jail that kentucky clerk for refusing to issue same-sex marriage licenses. and the clerk's decision to remain in jail. the standoff now taking a new turn. donald trump's loyalty pledge. taking a sharpie to the political pac promising to support whoever wins the republican nomination. the stakes being raised even higher, but was there a bigger deal involved? and new this half hour, an alarming story for everyone traveling this weekend. >> travelers being groped at the airport. tsa agents caught using security as an excuse to cop a feel. plus, the imposters posing as agents to do the same thing. and when cookie met sally. the hilarious remake of that famous deli scene with the cookie monster playing the role of billy crystal.
their extra delicious date on the new season of sesame street. we'll have what they're having on this friday, september 4th. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> sesame street characters the same again. >> talking about when "harry met sally." >> that's going to be interesting. coming up later. that's going to be good too. we begin with the county clerk in kentucky now standing her ground against same-sex marriage from behind bars. >> kim davis has been jailed indefinitely for refusing to issue marriage licenses to gay couples. the judge offered to release her if she promised not to interfere as licensed are issued today, but she opted to stay in jail. here's more from abc's alex perez. >> reporter: the showdown ending in jail. the county clerk led away, cheers and boos from the crowd. at issue, kim davis' refusal to issue marriage licenses to same sex couples, insisting in testimony, quote, my conscience will not allow me. >> she's been ordered to stay there until she's willing to change her mind, until she's
willing to change her conscience about what that belief is. >> reporter: davis can resign, but if she doesn't and refuses to comply, the federal judge who ruled her in contempt can keep her in custody as long as she stands her ground. the controversial clerk at odds with the june supreme court ruling making marriage a right nationwide. >> under whose authority? >> under god's authority. i simply told you all i'm willing to face my consequences as you all will face your consequences when it comes time for judgment. >> we don't have consequences. i don't believe -- >> not everybody believes what you believe. >> that's your choice. >> reporter: that couple among those suing the clerk. >> she is not above the law. that's where we are. >> reporter: but the judge saying davis' good faith belief is simply not a viable defense. >> if you can't do your job, resign. >> reporter: others rallying behind davis. >> today we come to stand for god and support our county clerk. >> reporter: the flash point issue reverberating on the campaign trail. several g.o.p. candidates speaking out.
>> i think it's absurd to put someone in jail for exercising their religious liberty. >> reporter: former governor mike huckabee tweeting we must end the criminalization of christianity. #i'm with kim. in court, five of six deputy clerks agreed to comply with the law and could begin issuing marriage licenses as early as friday. alex perez, abc news, ashland, kentucky. >> meanwhile, investigators outside chicago are loping a videotape from a homeowner's security an system will provide clues in the shooting of a veteran police officer, charles gliniewicz. a massive manhunt turned up nothing so far. police recovered a gun at the scene but won't say whether it was the officer's weapon. >> two men are dead after a small plane crashed on the suburban southern california driveway. one was a flight instructor. the other a student pilot. two vehicles in the driveway and the roof of the house next door damaged. the house is on the takeoff route from a nearby small airport. the flight school says it has never had an accident in almost
50 years of operation. vice president joe biden summed up his thinking on a presidential run during a q & a session in atlanta last night saying, "the honest to god answer is, i just don't know." he's concerned if he and his family can handle a run. biden says he's still weighing whether they have the emotional energy for another campaign especially after deing with the death of their son beau. donald trump appeared to have what the "new york times" is describing as his sarah palin moment during an interview. among the gaffes he seemed not to know the major differences between hamas and hezbollah. earlier in the day amid much fanfare he signed a loyalty pledge. abc's tom llamas has more. >> i have signed the pledge. >> reporter: donald trump saying what so many republican leaders wanted to hear. >> i will be totally pledging my allegiance to the republican party and the conservative principles for which it stands.
>> reporter: gop chairman reince priebus ducking into trump tower. no other candidate getting this type of personal attention. rival jeb bush mocking the whole affair tweeting out this photo, voted republican since 1972, and on the trail in new hampshire needling trump by speaking spanish. >> so here i am. a candidate for president of the united states, believing we should campaign with our arms wide open. >> reporter: trump saying bush should set an example by speaking english. >> can you clarify your comments, what you said about jeb bush? >> well, i think that when you get right down to it we're a nation that speaks english and i think while we're in this nation we should be speaking english. >> reporter: jeb bush says trump will tear the party apart. a new poll shows trump stronger than ever with 30% of the vote. tom llamas, abc news, new york. refugees from the middle east are still streaming into hungary this morning hoping to make their way into western
europe. after a two-day standoff at the main rail station in budapest, hundreds were allowed to board trains heading to refugee camps. there's sharp disagreement among european leaders how to handle the growing crisis. president obama is playing host today to king salman of saudi arabia hoping to offer reassurances about the nuclear deal with iran. the meeting comes as the pentagon finalizes a $1 billion arms agreement with the saudis for their fight against the islamic state in yemen but the deal would require congressional approval. if you're taking the train this labor day weekend, expect to see beefed up security. the more visible security follows last month's faced terror attack on a train. homeland security chief jeh johnson says operation rail safe has been around for years. johnson says the nation's trains are safe and in fact, he takes amtrak home to new jersey often. that security in train stations is being handled by the tsa. the agency is under fire for airport screeners who are groping passengers. abc's david kerley asked the head of the tsa, does the agency
need to do a better job of screening itself. >> reporter: in a video, a female officer on scene manipulates a scanning machine so that travelers a male tsa officer found attractive would be sent to him. he's seen inappropriately according to the tsa patting down male passengers at least 10 cases over several months. the two denver officers fired in march but not prosecuted. just last week a tsa supervisor at laguardia airport alledgedly fondles a young woman, that officer also fired also facing charges. all leading some to wonder if it sa may have to examine the way it screens screeners. the head of the tsa says employees are held to the highest standards. >> reporter: do these cases suggest you have to change the way you screen to hire officers? >> i think what it suggests is that occasionally you have some bad apples in your employment. >> reporter: it's not just tsa officers. look at this in san francisco. that is a civilian wearing a blue shirt posing as a security
officer calling over two different women taking them into a small room for patdowns. 12 minutes go by. finally one of the real officers from the private security company knocks on the door. the man is arrested. but he too is never prosecuted because neither of the women filed reports. that company covenant says it the tsa and san francisco airport took corrective action. more broadly the tsa is saying zero tolerance and more training should cut the number of incidents. david kerley, reagan washington airport. bizarre interruption of a u.s. open tennis match in new york. a drone crashed into seats and broke into pieces upon landing. the match was briefly stopped as police examined the drone. one of the players says she heard the drone fly by. wasn't sure what it was. no one was injured. police are sti investigating. it was truly frightening a scene here as jack sock collapsed during the fourth set of his match. witnesses say his eyes rolled back in his head.
he's the latest victim of a heat wave that's gripped the entire open. the 14th player forced to leave the tournament early. a near record. sock was carried out of the stadium by trainers and security guards. fans gave him a standing ovation. i've always wondered, it's one of the worst times of the year to play tennis here in new york because it is so hot. it's always hot this time of year. heat strokes are a big deal at the open. >> slew. at soccer last year world cup they had to take breaks for that same reason. now to a happy ending to a llama drama in oklahoma. a morning commuter spotted baby animal off the highway, stopped, got the confused animal into his truck and brought it home. >> now the family has a new pet. llamas aren't that rare in oklahoma. there are a number of breeders. and an organization for llama owners. who knew? >> they're keeping them as pets now. crazy. coming up, tom brady he's back home.
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when the patriots and giants finally got going, well, not too many offensive fireworks. new england driving for the go ahead touch down but as you saw he was sacked and they lost. neither team ended up scoring. giants win, 12-9. it's now all systems go for the patriots to open defense of their super bowl title with brady in the lineup. the nfl is appealing yesterday's ruling but isn't seeking an emergency stay. >> that means that brady can play while the appeals process moves forward. abc's ryan smith has covered the deflategate story from the start. >> reporter: superstar quarterback tom brady back in the game. the super bowl winner's four-game suspension overturned, thrown out by a federal judge a week before the new england patriots' first regular season game. judge richard berman took aim at the way the nfl handled the controversy, saying commissioner roger goodell denied the star requested access to key files and witnesses and saying the quarterback didn't have notice of his potential punishment for his alleged role in
deflate-gate. but the judge, not resolving one critical aspect of deflate-gate, not addressing whether brady actually knew about or encouraged football tampering. >> if you're a patriots fan, you love brady and you're cheering today. if you're around the rest of the country, you're wondering, hey, did a cheater just get away with this? >> reporter: the reactions pouring in. teammate rob gronkowski tweeting, "let's go!" brady's players union claiming victory, saying goodell doesn't have the authority to be unfair, arbitrary and misleading. but the nfl appealing to protect the integrity of the game. the nfl's appeal won't stop him from playing in their first regular season game right here this time next week. ryan smith, abc news, foxborough, massachusetts. >> and you were very bold. you put brady in your fantasy football picks. >> yeah. because even at the worst, he would still be able to play the other 12 games even if the suspension was upheld. he's so valuable, it would still
have been worth it. this is fantasy football talk now. it's a big deal. it changes everything. vegas thought so. the odds changed. >> and also the spread for next thursday's game. they have the patriots 2 1/2 point favorite. now the decision that came down, the spread is up seven points. >> that's right. >> that's a lot of points in the nfl. >> a huge difference because he makes such a big difference. somehow, the nfl even though they bungled yet another investigation, they somehow came out on top again because they looked like they stood their ground and at the same time, even though it was overturned now they get to have their most famous player in their sport on display when the nfl opens its season next -- this thursday with the steelers and patriots. they looked like they stood their ground and still got the guy that everybody's going to watch. we haven't stopped talking about the nfl since the super bowl ended. >> i still think a woman after mr. goodell is done, it's time for a lady to step in with her stilettos. >> somebody, anybody. it's bungled again. we won't stop watching. we don't like it but can't stop watching
we start with "when harry met sally" reimagined. >> who could forget billy crystal and meg ryan and their satisfying visit to katz' delhi -- deli here in new york. the scene giving rise to the famous line, i'll have what she's having. >> now sesame street is offering it's own take. it's called when cookie met sally. cookie monster impatiently waiting in line. the sally character was perfect, doing her best to keep cookie in line. eventually the payoff once they sit down at a table. >> and now dessert. [ eating sounds ] >> i'll have what they're having. okay. it's like a pg version. we couldn't have said it better ourselves. right? i feel that way after having a cookie. >> that was perfect. >> next up, you might be familiar with the reputation of fans in philadelphia. they've pelted santa claus with snowballs at an eagles game,
batteries have been known to be thrown from the stands. >> now one direction feeling the wrath after watching harry styles on is taken the other night. he was hit in the head with a can of red bull. he stayed on stage and kept singing >> that's dangerous though. fans went so far as to track down the alleged culprit who became the target of online bullying. harry's mom told the bullies to stop it and asked the band's fans to learn from the incident. >> when we think workout here in "the skinny," we're thinking about going to the gym. maybe running outside. >> when kellen lutz is thinking of workout, he's thinking loftier than that. here's what we mean. lutz posting pictures showing himself on a precarious looking rock formation high above a beach in australia. >> a floating push-up there. he's even hanging below the rock. is this real? the twilight hunk is down under shooting a science fiction action film. that doesn't mean he's not keeping himself in shape. those pictures from the rock he says "don't try this workout at home. solid advice."
finally, we had harry and sally reimagined. it is time to do the same thing with peggy bundy. you remember her? she was katie siegel's character was married to al bundy played by ed o'neill on the classic sit-com "married with children." now for the reimagined part. >> sophia vergara dressing up as peg bundy with a huge red wig and everything else she asked do you like this look, ed o'neill? >> ed is the common thread through all of this. he plays jay prichett, the husband of her character on abc's "modern family." we're not sure if her costume will play a role in the upcoming season which gets under way september 23rd right here on abc. it's also a good reminder this photo, that you've got to start catching up on all the video you may have missed. >> i miss peggy bundy. that's a perfect picture though. coming up from police to the pope. our week in review is next. >> you're watching "world news now." review is next. >> you're watching "world news now." hands...where it belongs.
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♪ well, time to head into labor day weekend. the unofficial end of summer. the evidence you're about to see is what this past week was filled with, anything but lazy days. >> presidential politics, the pope and police taken in the live of duty. here's our "friday rewind." >> he unloaded the entire pistol into deputy goforth. >> we've heard black lives matter. all lives matter. cops' lives matter, too. why don't we just drop the qualifier and just say lives mat area. >> send everybody you possibly can. officer is down. >> joe was the father of four boys. decorated police officer and an asset to our community. not only did fox lake lose a family member, i lost a very dear friend. >> i'm willing to face my consequences as you all will face your consequences when it comes time for judgment.
>> we don't have consequences. >> not everyone believes the way you believe. >> that's your choice. >> if we do nothing, temperatures in alaska are projected to rise between 6 and 12 degrees by the end of the century. triggering more melting, more fires, more thawing of the permafrost. >> i should have used two e-mails, one personal, one for work. and i take responsibility for that decision. >> so huma is getting classified secrets. she's married to anthony weiner who is a perv. >> everything about donald trump's campaign is avant-garde. >> as you probably could have guessed by this moment, i have decided in 2020 to run for president. ♪
>> there's nothing like those new york night matches and you know, the crowd behind you and you just feeling pretty spectacular to be out there. may i ask of you to sing a song for me? ♪ >> thank you very much. very kind of you. >> a beautiful moment. >> absolutely. and you can see the entire virtual audience event, pope francis and the people, that's tonight at 10:00 p.m., 9:00 central on a special edition of "20/20." >> it's going to be a good one. you were talking about possibly getting seats to see the u.s. open. >> it's getting pricier. >> the deeper serena gets, the more it is. >> don't miss our updates on facebook wnnfans.com. more news coming up on abc. >> this is abc's "world news now" informing insomniacs for two decades. "world news now" informing insomniacs for two decades.
making news in america this morning, the controversial clerk refusing to issue same-sex marriage licenses. waking up in jail, what she said in front of the judge. how long will she be behind bars. plus, the showdown quickly becoming a hot topic among the presidential candidates. will he or won't he? the buzz around joe biden getting louder. the vice president talking on camera about his possible presidential run for the first time. game set drone, an unexpected crash at the u.s. open. going viral. wide high eyed and amazed a baby captivated by conversation. well, good friday morning to you. we begin with a