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i wonder how she celebrated. >> i'm sure she had tea. >> tea and cake. >> crum pets. >> scones? >> queen victoria by the way became queen when she was 17. so longevity there. now to our exclusive interview with hillary clinton. the democratic front-runner apologizing for using a private e-mail server while secretary of state. >> and abc's david muir sat down with clinton for a wide-ranging interview beginning with some difficult questions. >> secretary clinton, thank you. >> thank you, david. when voters were asked what is the first word that comes to mind when you think of hillary clinton, words like liar, dishonest, untrustworthy were at the top of the list. does this tell you that your original explanation about the private beer that you did it to carry one phone out of convenience that, this didn't sit well with the american people? >> well, david, obviously i
don't like hearing that. i am confident by the end of this campaign people will know they can trust me and that i will be on their side and will fight for them and their families. but i do think i could have and should have done a better job answering questions earlier. as i look back at it now, even though it was allowed, i should have used two accounts, one for personal, one for work-related e-mails. that was a mistake. i'm sorry about that. i take responsibility. and i'm trying to be as transparent as i possibly can. i am looking forward, finally to testifying before congress, something i've been asking for for nearly a year. >> so as you sit here, millions watching tonight, did you make a mistake? >> i did, i did. as i said, it was allowed. and there was no hiding it. it was totally above board. everybody in the government, i communicated with, and that was a lot of people, knew i was
using a personal e-mail. but i'm sorry that it has you know, raised all of these questions. i do take responsibility for having made what is clearly not the best decision. >> the intelligence community's inspector general telling abc today that after reviewing those e-mails two of them carry the classification of top secret, that both were classified when they were created and remain classified now. one was about drones. one was about north korea's nuclear program. does this mean classified information passed through your private server? >> there is still a dispute. the state department disputes that. i understand why different agencies have different views and i respect that. it does not change the fact that i did not send or receive any information that was marked classified at the time. >> at the time marked classified. but let me ask you, for the rest of us, the average voter and average viewer out there who might wonder, how can some of
these e-mails be classified and labeled as top kret today. >> i think there are a couple of answers. sometimes events do proceed in a way that maybe there's a case being brought against somebody, maybe even a terrorist. and all of a sudden, everything is classified. >> north korea's nuclear program, wouldn't that be classified? >> there's a lot of public information about their program. i don't know the specs about the one that they are claiming is classified. >> we then asked her about the other news of the day, joe biden. voters chanting this weekend, run, joe, run. you were once on the same team inside the white house. you would often have breakfast with the vice president. >> right. >> quo make a good president. >> well, i like joe biden a lot. i think he is a great vice president. if he gets into this election, there will be lots of time to talk about what he wants to do. >> would he make a good president? >> i think he could be a good president. there's no doubt about that. >> she says he deserves to test the waters. >> i want to know in your most
private of moments, is there ever an instance when you ask yourself, why am i doing this again? >> yes. of course. because it really is hard. and it's something that you know, just demands everything. physically, emotionally, spiritually, it is just 24/7. i cherish and love this country. it gave me you know opportunities far beyond anything my mother or my father could have had. >> is your mother's voice in your ear? and if so, give me one line that you repeat to yourself. >> she told me every day, you've got to get up and fight for what you believe in no matter how hard it is. and i think about her a lot. i miss her a lot. i wish she were here with me and i remember that. and i don't want to just fight for me. i mean, i can have a perfectly fine life not being president. i want to fight for everybody like my mother who needs a
leader to cares about them again. so that's what i'm going to try to do. >> i'm david muir for "nightline" in new york. seeing her very emotional at the end was a side of hillary clinton we don't see the very often. >> a fascinating sitdown interview with hillary clinton. of course, she hopes that this all go away in time for the first democratic debate which is october 13th in las vegas look forward to that, right? >> coming up, getting a discount on drugs. >> the simple ways that you can save on your medication that you might not have the thought about before. you're watching "world news now."
♪ where did the bunny go? oh, the money go. >> i thought it was monsters. song selections interesting. i get it. where did the money go goes into this because americans shell out a lot of money every year or prescription drugs. 350 billion in fact. >> depending on your health insurance, they can really bust your budget. so here now is abc's rebecca jarvis with some ways that you can save. >> reporter: denise nolan is a mom of three, a business owner and a patient diagnosed with resumitude arthritis, she takes the same anti-inflammatory every day. just last month the price of
that prescription skyrocketing >> when i first started taking hydroxy color quinn, it cost 200, $205. and now it was over $500. >> denise who like millions of other americans now spending a whopping $2,200 a year at the pharmacy. >> the price jump was ridiculous. >> we brought in consumer reports prescription drug expert lisa gill. >> we wanted to step in and see what we could do for you. >> reporter: first up, did you know prescription prices can vary store to store. >> one of the keys is shopping around sa. >> she says check discount warehouse store costco or bjs. shopping at costco saves the family up to $184 on a three-month supply. >> that's awesome. >> i'm speechless. >> reporter: next up, try prescription apps like good rx or lower meds. good rx compares drug prices in
your local pharmacies. type in the name and your zip code. the nolans fining her prescription on good rx for $293 less than her current pharmacy. finally, lisa says, try negotiating. no price is ever set in stone. >> any other discounts? >> reporter: lisa calling four independent pharmacies in the area and after a bit of haggling. >> i appreciate it. >> reporter: we found one local pharmacy willing to offer denise's prescription for just $130 for a 90-day supply. that's $420 less. saving the nolan family a staggering $1700 a year. >> that's good tips. i never realized. >> 2 million people use the app good rx to keep track of their medication. >> if you're saving that much, it's worth it. coming up, take i time to enjoy "the view." >> joy behar's return to the
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fix stomach trouble fast with pepto. ♪ do you believe it, 19 seasons and counting? yesterday the new cast of the view" stepped onto the steak with some new faces and some familiar ones, as well. won't say old faces. >> comedian joy behar was there for the show's start and wabc's sandy kenyon caught up with her right after she spoke with the president from "scandal." >> i need to know. are you ready? >> calm down, mr. president. we're back. >> joy behar is back, so the view" can move forward. one of the show's original panelists was enjoying a summer in the hamptons when she got the
call asking her to return. >> i'm happy to be back, but when i saw my husband sleeping this morning when i was getting dress dodd come here, i said what did i do? what did i do? >> behar is the last link to the panel formed by barbara walters in 1997. she was there on day one. >> my real name is josephine. >> her return comes after a season when co-hosts came and went on "the view" with whoopi goldberg left to provide stability. >> wow, all kind of things going around you. you kind of keep your head above water and keep swimming. >> reporter: whoopie told me it was joy behar har who originally recommended she be hired here so their reunion was bound to be happy. michele collins and raven-symone have already been introduced as new panelists. paula faris becomes a regular and so does actress candace cameron bure. the former star of "full house" is there to provide balance and in fact, the chance to talk
politics is one reason joy decided to return. >> i think trump being in the race and hillary and another bush, come on, it's too good. >> reporter: politics is part of the show's dna. >> i always see the view can as a volleyball game. back and forth with the ball. that feels comfortable for me. >> that's sandy kenyon reporting. catch the view every weekday morning right here on abc. >> it's so good to see joy back there in her old seat. and just as funny as ever. and controversial as ever. >> and controversial. so it will be a good sony think. >> absolutely. that's the news for this half hour, everyone. >> remember to follow us on facebook at wnnfans.com. we also have an instagram account. lots of behind the scenes pictures. >> some interesting ones.
morning on "world news now," hillary clinton admits making a mistake. >> i take responsibility. and i'm trying to be as transparent as i possibly can. >> she says she's sorry about the e-mail controversy while addressing her political rivals. in an abc news exclusive. terrifying scene. the jumbo jet at the las vegas airport erupt into flames. the rush to evacuate the airline passengers injured, and what went wrong. sister showdown. must see event at the u.s. open as serena and venus williams compete against each other once again as millions tune in, serena is taking a step towards tennis history. and later, the gourmet chef who says rahman noodles are not just for lunch or dinner anymore. let's try ramen for breakfast on
this wednesday, september 9th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." it looks good. >> you're talking about the noodles for breakfast. >> not bad. >> what a night last night. >> amazing night in flushing meadows queens. watching the ladies battle it out and we're so thankful it went to three sets between serena and venus. >> it was an incredible night. and feel like tennis you don't get to see it like that very often. it was a good game to watch. >> we'll get to that in a few moments. we're going to start it off with the e-mail controversy. hillary clinton apologizing for the first time for her use of a private server while she was secretary of state. >> it came during an exclusive interview with world news tonight's david muir. kenneth moton has the latest. >> good morning. hillary clinton admitted she made a mistake using her private e-mail server but insisted it was allowed. the embattled democratic
front-runner says she believes she can survive the scandal in her race for the white house. nothing was off-limits. hillary clinton sat down with abc world news tonight anchor david muir on the scandal involving the use of a private e-mail server during her time as secretary of state. >> i'm sorry about that. i take responsibility. and i'm trying to be as transparent as i possibly can. >> reporter: on vice president joe biden possibly joining the 2016 race. >> would he make a good president? >> you know, i think he could be a good president. there's no doubt about that. >> reporter: and on donald trump. >> i'm always a little amused when people get into politics and they think that all you have to do is give speeches. >> reporter: a new poll shows shrinking support for clinton, 42%, down ten points since last month. joe biden and bernie sanders in a statistical tie. the numbers an appear to reflect
public concerns over clinton using the private e-mail server. >> i did not send or receive any information that was marked classified at the time. >> reporter: with so many months to go till the democrats crown a nominee, clinton admitted she's asked herself why make a second run for the presidency but she remains is optimistic about the future of her campaign. >> i can survive it because i think i'm running to be president to do what the country needs done and i believe the american people will respond to that. >> reporter: later this morning, clinton will deliver that major speech here in washington on the iran nuclear deal. we are expecting to hear more about how she plans to enforce the agreement if elected president. kendis and reena. >> thank you so much. as clinton expreys support for the iran nuclear agreement, four more senate democrats announced they will back the deal to stop a republican resolution against the accord. a small protest was staged on capitol hill in opposition of
the bill ahead of a bigger rally set for today. presidential candidates donald trump and senator ted cruz are expected to attend and former vice president dick cheney also weighing in. >> they have placed on table for congressional review a deal that provides weapons and funds to a regime that has pledged to destroy israel and maintains death to america as a central pillar of its policies. >> is the agreement between iran and the international community led by the united states the best pathway to peace and security for america, israel, our partners and interests? >> 42 democrats now support the international deal which ames to limit iran's nuclear program in exchange for hundreds of billions of dollar in relief from crippling sanctions. republican presidential candidate jeb bush making an appearance on the debut of stephen colbert's new show. he told him he doesn't believe president obama has bad motives adding he just thinks he's wrong on a lot of issues.
bush also said he wanted to return some civility of governing. colbert pressed bush on how he differs from his brother, the former president. >> he probably didn't control the republican congress spending. he shut have brought the hammer down on the republicans because our brand is limited government. >> bush adding his brother did not veto enough spending bills. and he mentioned in florida, he was known as veto corleone, a reference to the character in the "godfather." we'll have much more from colbert's premiere in our next half hour. the county clerk from kentucky freed from jail will not be returning to her office job today.%-pkimdavis was greety cheering crowds yesterday as she walked free. davis had refused to grant marriage licenses to same-sex couples because of her ljs beliefs. among the supporters republican presidential candidate you see right there, mike huckabee. >> i just want to give god the glory. his people have rallied and you are a strong people! >> the courage of her
convictions was more important than simply even her own freedom. >> the judge did warn davis not to interfere with other people in her office issuing marriage licenses. she's expected to return to work monday or friday. now to that very close call for passengers on a london-bound jumbo jet taking off from las vegas. the left engine of a british airways 777 erupting in flames and the crew aborting the takeoff. the 159 passengers and 13 crew members evacuated using the emergency slides. more than a dozen suffered minor injuries during their escape. >> top of the chute and we had to jump down and you could see the flames and smoke and that's when the it hit me anyway that it was a pretty scary thing. >> some flights at western airports were delayed. the passengers who were not injured were placed on buts to go back to the terminal and to hotels for the evening. the minnesota dentist who killed a well-known lion in dim
zimbabwe reopened his patriotic. protests are were there when dr. walter palmer made his return. so was abc's ryan smith. >> reporter: dr. walter palmer returns to work today. dr. palmer, what is it like to be back here today? with security, pushing past reporters and protesters. the embattled dentist, vilified around the world for killing zimbabwe's beloved cecil the lion this july. >> i think he should be sent back to zimbabwe and go to court. >> reporter: this man, braving protesters, he says, to sign up for an appointment. >> because i wanted to give him some support. and i also need some work done. >> reporter: palmer has been out of sight for nearly six weeks. receiving death threats. his home vandalized. but finally speaking out yesterday to reporters, saying -- "if i had known this lion had a name and was important to the country or a study, obviously i wouldn't have taken it." protesters here reminding him cecil's death won't be forgotten. protesters calling for palmer's extradition.
but so far, that's unlikely. he's insisting the hunt was legal, and he has not been charged with any crime in zimbabwe. ryan smith, abc news, bloomington, minnesota. the u.s. markets open higher this morning after investors came back from the long weekend with a bang. the dow industrial average had a second best day of the year, up 390 points. other major indexes also up. investors aren't as worried about china's economy right now and this morning, asian markets are also rallying >> apple is hoping for a big day on the markets. it makes its big annual announcement today. it's an upgrade year for the iphone with improvements on the sixes and maybe the 5 c, as well. there's also expected to be news about apple tv and oo enormous upgrade to its box. and new ipad models might be announced, as well including the larger version. so it's christmas for all of us. >> compared to applegate. is that what you call it. >> apple geeks.
>> compared to all that too long, there's something more simpler. call it right place right time. >> the place was water off the coast of washington state and it was the right time for a woman and her kayaking guide to be caught in the middle of a pod of orca whales. >> some of the animals were so close it appeared they cotouched them. the woman called the encounter her thrill of a lifetime. >> no doubt. she estimates about 30 of them were there. coming up "the mix," a lesson in american history infused with alcohol. perfect for this hour. >> yeah. we should do it. also had, making history last night at the u.s. open, the sister showdown for venus and serena williams. sibling rivalry at its best. >> and later from the insomniac kitchen, using your noodle at breakfast time. meet the gourmet chef who says ramen noodles are not just a staple at lunch and dinner looks good. find us on facebook wnnfans.com and twitter @abcwnn.
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new details about the two high school football players in texas who took down a referee during a game. they were claiming that the ref directed racial slurs at them before the incident. and one of their team's assistant coaches is now on paid administrative leave for suggesting retaliation against the ref for bad calls. police say it will take at least a week to complete their investigation. the court sketch artist made
famous by her drawing of tom brady is taking legal action against those she says are stealing her work. the drawing of brady during deflategate court hearings is now features on all sorts of items including skirts and leggings. jania rosenburg's attorney is sending out cease and desist orders to users using the images. no one asked her permission for use of the work. >> she deserves her money for that. >> some credit for that. >> i was almost late for work because action at the u.s. open heating up. no match hotter than last night with the sister showdown. >> it was fun to watch. venus and serena played each other more than two dozen times even though the balance of power shifted lately. their most recent contest problems there's nothing like a sibling rivalry. here's byron pitts. >> game, set match. serena williams. >> reporter: a packed house, hard fought slugfest and a final
serve to victory. serena williams beating out sister venus in the u.s. open quart quarterfinals. >> it's going against your best friend and at the same time, going against the greatest competitive for for me in women's tennis. so it was really difficult today. >> the number one ranked serena inching closer to the coveted calendar grand slam title dominating in the siblings 27th public match. their first head to head meeting at the the u.s. open, 13 million people looking on. back then venus was the favorite. easily winning that match. this year 33-year-old serena williams now the number one ranked player in the world. speaking to espn about the unique challenge of playing her sister. >> venus has done everything for me. there were times when if i didn't have lunch money for school, she would skip lunch and give me her money. it was like how could i take something away from someone eswho's protected me her whole
life, who's done everything for me and who would starve for me. >> reporter: these super siblings growing up on the courts of compton, california, first faced off at the australian open in 1988. >> they leave the center court, all smiles. >> venus then 17, serena 16. their careers forever linked. fans around the world embraced them both. serena has won 21 grand slam titles, venus seven. together they won gold for team usa. with this win, serena is one step closer to becoming the first player male or female since '88 to clinch the calendar grand slam title taking all four major tournaments in one year. rivals, champions, always sisters. byron pitts, abc news, new york. do you know who probably had an even tougher time dealing with this are her parents in they didn't even show up. they didn't come to the event
which is a great call. last thing you want is emotional, a camera in your face. you know we would have cut away to the parents nonstop to get their reaction to read anything into it. you forget about the lounge journey they had. in 2011, sinus was diagnosed with autoimmune disorder. that same year, serena had a pulmonary embolism. >> for venus to be able to make it back to this point at age 35 was a great moment for her and they really did put on a great show and serena saying she's my sister today, she'll be my sister next week and next year. >> are you crying? >> just got me a little. >> tearing up there. i'll get you a kleenex. >> coming up in our next half hour, we're going to take you back to the u.s. open because all the celebrities were there for the sister showdown. a whos an who right there in the stands. >> first ramen for breakfast or perhaps a late night snack. the secret to turning the cheap and tasty treat into a gourmet dish. that's next in insomniac
so at this hour, the day or night making a gourmet dish isn't easy. >> but through the magic of ramen noodles your munchie fix will be elevated to a new level of taste. trinatren serves it up in this morning's "insomniac kitchen." >> reporter: >> hey, it's time for some ramen. we're here at gotham west market to check out ivan ramen's shop. ivan ramen's shop. we're making breakfast ramen today. what's the difference between regular and breakfast ramen? >> the time of day it's served. >> okay. >> i think that when we thought about what should breakfast ramen be, it should be even more comforting than it already is.
ramen is incredibly comforting. we take this smooth and creamy broth. we mix it with our thick whole wheat noodles and abjulienne it and fry it up so you can see the ham is crispy. we garnish the top of this noodle with the crispy ham and a scallion omelet. why don't we make it? >> let's do it. >> here's mied. >>s. let's take these noodles. i'm going to boil these noodles and get this thing together. >> how long do we cook the noodles for? >> 2:15. >> this is a bowl. >> this is the cheese sauce you're talking about. >> yes. >> this has cheddar cheese and fish soup. >> dashi. >> it sounds much sexier when you say dashi. >> okay. >> now we're going to take our ham. >> this is actually egg that you julienned.
>> yep. >> a little fish powder. >> oh, okay. >> sprinkle it over the top. it's going to drop some scallion on there. and then you're going to try it. >> and that's it? >> that's it. ♪ >> mm. so good. everything that i need right now is in this bowl. >> that's why ramen is so popular. >> thank you. >> so you got to try it. our thanks to the folks at slurp shop. the chefs over there. >> the last time i was here, we had catfish. i hate catfish. >> you like ramen. >> yeah, i feel like a toddler, 20-year-old or teenager eating it. >> apparently this has pork and something called a dried smoke fermented benito or skip jack tuna. >> it really makes a difference. that powder. what do you think?
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let's get sushi tonight. that's exactly what i wrote. >> so it is pretty funny. during the 12-minute video that aired during their wedding, they actually got quite liquored up during the taping of it. >> really liquored up. >> it was their drunk history of their drunk history together. cute. >> that's better than when had he go through the photos of when you were a child to present day. this is far s'more entertaining. maybe it will take off. others will follow. >> speaking of love, us young folks can learn a lot from the elderly about love. including airport arrivals. look at this older man waiting for the love of his life with those flowers. this video on youtube. 340,000 hits since it was posted on the 7th. she arrives and gets the embrace and gets the flowers. >> i have a couple theories about that. that's not his wife. that's actually his mistress. >> no.
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this morning on "world news now," airline inferno. the jumbo jet erupting into flames as it was getting ready to leave las vegas injuries, the evacuations and the developments overnight. she's sorry. hillary clinton apologizes for the first time for the e-mail controversy. the tough questions and her surprising answers in an abc news exclusive. new this half hour, two babies joined at the hip. how surgeons used technology to separate conjoined twins. the hopeful prognosis for two little girls. later in "the skinny," superstar quarterback tom brady. forget about deflategate. he's in the headlines because of his love life. it's wednesday, september 9th. >> from abc news, this is "world news now." we do say good morning to you.
i'm kendis gibson. >> i'm reena ninan. we're going to get right to it. the top story. it was a very scary accident in las vegas. a british airways plane was traveling to london. it was aborted in its takeoff when one of its engines actually caught fire. >> very scary and tense moments indeed. the crew's quick thinking appears to have saved the day. >> reporter: flight 2276 roaring down the runway at 90 miles an hour. starting its long trip to london when passengers heard a big thud and saw flames from under the wing. the crew aborting the takeoff. >> may day, may day. 2276 request fire services. >> heavy fire services are on the way. >> reporter: eyewitnesss say those emergency vehicles arrived within two minutes. the 777's doors flew open and the evacuation slides deployed although thick smoke poured into one of the doors. all 159 passengers and crew members headed for the exits including dominick worthington. >> everyone realizes there's a
problem. we can see smoke on both sides of the plane. and then we were all evacuated. so it was pretty crazy. >> reporter: passengers and flight attendants ran away from the burning plane. more than a dozen people were taken to the hospitals most injured as they went down the slides. the emergency shutting down part of the las vegas airport. attention all aircraft inbound on 7 right, emergency on 7 left possible. sounds like a fire an aircraft on fire. you can expect the possibility of a go round. >> reporter: and flights at other western airports were delayed, as well. buses brought passengers not injured to the terminal and hotels to spend the night. >> frightening ordeal. many of those passengers by the way, walked off with their bags which is not a good thing. flight crews do train for exactly this sort of emergency. a mechanical failure in an engine while taking off and flight 2276's crew was praised for handling it correctly. the national transportation safety board will be investigating.
>> a wildfire that's been burning in yosemite national park since monday has forced several areas of the park to close. smoke from the 500-acre fire is visible throughout the park. it's unclear how the fire started. it's being investigated. additional resources to battle the flames are expected in the area today. next our exclusive interview with hillary clinton. for the first time, clinton apologizing for using her private e-mail server while she was secretary of state. abc's david muir asking clinton, did she make a mistake? >> i did. i did. as i said, it was allowed, and there was no hiding it. it was totally above board. everybody in the government, i communicated with and that was a lot of people, knew i was using a personal e-mail. but i'm sorry that it has, you know, raised all of these questions. >> reporter: you mentioned everybody in the government knew that you were using this private server. >> uh-huh. >> did fellow members of the cabinet know? did the president know? >> everyone i e-mailed with and i'm not going to go into names.
but let me say i e-mailed with many people in the white house and the rest of the government of course, across the state department, knew that i was e-mailing from a personal account. it appeared you know, as my address. >> reporter: let's go bigger picture here for a moment. many who have said to themselves hillary clinton has been in the public eye for so long that she should have known and perhaps the more important question they're asking is can hillary clinton survive this. can you? >> yes, of course i can. i, as you might guess, have been around awhile and there have been lots of attacks and counterattacks and questions raised. and i can survive it. >> reporter: we then asked her about the other news of the day, joe biden. would he make a good president? >> he could be a good president. there's no doubt about that. >> reporter: then another candidate. donald trump. >> i'm always a little amused when people get into the politics and they think that all you have to do is give speeches and the more colorful you are, the more dramatic, the more
vehement you are, that's leadership. >> and also when asked if she questions why she's running for president, clinton says she wants to fight for all the people like her mother who needs somebody in their corner and they need a leader who cares about them again. president obama has secured enough votes to avoid an embarrassing veto on the iran nuclear deal. as congress returned from summer recess, four more democrats announced their support for the agreement, blocking republicans from passing a resolution disapproving the accord. donald trump and ted cruz will attend a rally on capitol hill today organized by the tea party to oppose the iran deal. the county clerk in kentucky who refused to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples is out of jail. but the judge gave kim davis an order. she is not to interfere with the deputy clerks in her office while granting marriage licenses. her laurel refused to say whether she would defy the courts again. davis will not return to the office until friday at the earliest.
united airlines is under new leadership this morning. the ceo quit in the middle of a corruption investigation. the company's former boss and two other senior officials stepped down yesterday. the airline is being investigated over whether it gave preferential treatment to the former chairman of the agency that operates the airports in new york city. a new ceo has already been named. the city of baltimore has reached a tentative settlement with the parents of freddie gray, the young black man whose death sparked riots and a national outcry when his spine was nearly severed after his arrest. if the deal is approved, the family will get $6.4 million. the mayor says the settlement should not be interpreted as a judgment on the six baltimore police officers facing criminal charges in gray's death new details in the case against the south carolina police officer charged with murder shooting walter scott in the back as he ran away. attorneys for former officer michael slager say they have new evidence that could get him released on bond.
they say there was a scuffle before the shooting was videotaped by a bystander and they accuse scott of grab agslager's taser. a hearing set for tomorrow. the woman who survived an on air shooting that killed two tv journalists is back home this morning. vicki gardener was being interviewed when the attack took place. she released a statement on facebook saying she is strong and optimistic and she says she has no thoughts of why me. gardener also wants to unite her community after the tragedy. >> two formerly conjoined twins are said to be in stable condition in a hospital in columbus, ohio. the 11-month-old sisters and their mother are from uganda. they were separated during 16 hours of surgery last week. as they recover, each of them should be able to walk. >> we're very pleased they have every opportunity now to achieve a normal life. >> here's something you don't hear about often. surgeons used a 3-d printer to map out the operation before it took place.
the girls are still in intensive care unit. after they recover, they face some less complicated operations. parents are scrambling in seattle this morning after teachers announced they'll strike on the first day of school. last minute contract negotiations broke down over pay and other issues, as well. teachers will be on the picket lines instead of in the classrooms. 43,000 students attend classes in the seattle district. the help wanted sign is out today at chipotle. it's the first ever national career day at the restaurant chain. the goal is to hire 4,000 new employees. managers at every chipotle location will be interviewing up to 60 applicants this morning. the company says over the last year, more than 10,000 hourly employees were promoted to management roles. no word on what type of discount you get when you eat at chipotle. >> there's a future in case this doesn't work out for us. >> yeah, there you go. so before the williams sisters faced off last night at
the u.s. open, serena williams said one thing is guaranteed that a williams will be playing in the semifinals. >> when they took the court, the star-studded crowd got quite a show. serena dominated the first set winning 6-2 but older sister venus came back strong in the second set taking it 6-1. in the third set, it was serena. serena now moving onto the semi fims. she now is just two victories away from winning all four grand slams in the same season. and serena will face 43rd ranked roberta vinci. >> it's done. it's a set. she's in the finals. coming up in "the skinny," a who's who at the u.s. open last night to see serena and venus. and their tennis showdown. >> and also in "the skinny," the much anticipated premiere of stephen colbert as a late night host. can he bring his comedy central success to late night tv? and later a staple at the breakfast table. vanilla greek yogurt. is it as healthy as you think?
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the atf and fbi have also joined the investigation. there are new developments in the case of two high school football players facing possible criminal charges for tackling a referee. >> the stunning claim from the players saying they were just following orders. abc's t.j. holmes with more. >> reporter: the referee has no idea what's coming. violently blind sided in what appears to be an intentional hit. the football players say the ref came after them first verbally. district officials say they're filing a formal complaint against that referee regarding the racial slur allegations adding those alleged slurs and the frustration over what they thought were bad calls led the players to go after the ref. there might have been something else that triggered what the school called an assault, one of the coaches. >> the students allege that assistant coach said, that guy needs to pay for cheating us. >> reporter: that coach, mack breed, is now on paid administrative leave while the district looks into this allegation.
meanwhile the ref is speaking out, telling a website, unfortunately, this will be big news adding libel and slander have already been committed against me. the players are now suspended from the team and police are investigating the onfield incident to determine if they will face criminal charges. t.j. holmes, abc news, new york. that just keeps going. the investigation, of course, will take some time and they could face charges because some say that the helmets were possibly a weapon. >> that could be a felony if that's the case. >> absolutely. >> we'll have to see what happens in the investigation. coming up from letterman to colbert. the torch officially passed. >> plus, what tom brady had to say about those divorce rumors. "the skinny" is next. "world news now" continues after
♪ skinny, so skinny morning, the superstar studded u.s. open match. >> the williams sisters bringing out some of the biggest names with the hottest ticket in town, presidential hopeful and native new yorker donald trump made it out to arthur ashe stadium in queens but getting plenty of bronx cheers and boos when espn showed him on camera. >> oprah you see also there with her pal gayle king. unclear who was cheering for
serena and who was rooting for venus. >> kim kardashian west was in the house with kendall jenner and comedian aziz ansari took in some tennis, as well. one of the many celebs who took selfies as they entered the event. >> actress and model emily ratajkski semied for the camera. so did hip-hop musician kendrick lamar senator dr. oz was there. the average price of a secondary market ticket ended up being $933 according to forbes. >> that's why we came to work. >> yeah, ouch. that's pricey. next, the night's other big event. stephen colbert's first late show. >> he kicked things off with the national anthem including a cameo from his form tercomdy central cohort jon stewart. colbert walked out to his house band stay human led by john batiste getting huge applause at the newly renovated ed sullivan theater making sure to honor his predecessor, david letterman. >> i started college the same year dave started in late night
and not having the fullest social calendar. i was frequently available at 12:30 for dave. >> he then turned the page on the late night battles of old by checking in with competitor jimmy fallon. that's something you would never have seen letterman and leno do. >> no, absolutely not. >> don't worry, he wasn't entirely mr. nice guy. he turned on his old colbert report charm going after donald trump. >> look, you don't own me. and i don't need to play tape of you to have a successful tv show. >> barbara walters named me the most whatever it is of the year. >> i agree with barbara. you are the most whatever it is of all time. but that doesn't mean this thing doesn't mean we have to keep talking about you. someone on television should have a modicum of dignity and it could be me. >> and then something new for colbert. allowing his first guest, george clooney, to receive the
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♪ ♪ >> brazilian music there? >> are we going to salsa our way into this breakfast segment? >> are we talking greek or brazilian. >> saying greek, because vanilla greek yogurt, is it as healthy as people say it is? >> depending on the brand, there could be a huge difference in some of the less healthy aspects of the food. abc's becky worley put it to the test. >> reporter: vanilla greek yogurt. obsessively organic, delicious. it's been the darling of the dairy section. but nutritionist maya feller says the amount of sugar varies wildly between brands. >> when you take the fat out, what you end up putting back in is sugar. >> reporter: to help us understand, she offers a visual.
>> when we look at sugar and protein in yogurt, you're going to be so surprised. this is what we found. is that a twinkie? >> that's a twinkie. an egg white. >> greek yogurt has four egg whites worth of protein. and. >> 0 over here, we have the probiotic. of course, that's why we love yogurt. >> but the sugar can potentially be a big deal. >> we're looking at elevated lipids, diabetes, hypertension, overweight and obesity. >> reporter: the good news? across different brands of vanilla greek yogurt, the sugar numbers vary significantly. >> so the chobani had 13 grams of sugar. when you go on the upper range, the activia greek yogurt has 21 grams of sugar. >> reporter: you're saying the difference between just the brands of vanilla greek nonfat yogurt is 7 grams of sugar? >> that's approximately one popsicle or two sugar cubes. >> just between these two brands. >> between those two. if you ate this yogurt for five
days a week, that would be about 260 additional popsicles to your breakfast routine. >> 260 of these a year. >> 260 of those a year. >> reporter: we contacted the makers of activia and they said we're continually working to improve the nutrient profile of our yogurt and that includes reducing sugar. stoneyfield make a point about milk sugars. about half of the sugar in naturally occurring from the lactose and the makers of oikos also disagreed with our twinkie comparison. yogurt is a healthy option with nutrients our bodies need such as calcium, protein, vitamin d and potassium. those are not benefits that confectionery baked goods contain. becky worley, abc news, new york. >> i had no idea. >> do you know what? a lot of americans eat greek yogurt. and greek yogurt accounts for 50% of the market. >> is that right? >> yeah, so a lot of people believe in the hype. >> who knew? >> don't miss our updates on facebook at wnnfans.com. >> more ne
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making news in america this morning, runway inferno. a plane packed with passengers going up in flames only seconds away from taking off. overnight, the passengers talking about the terrifying ordeal and the captain credited with saving lives. exclusive interview. hillary clinton sitting down with david muir. what she's saying about the e-mail investigation, donald trump and the moment that nearly brought her to tears. frantic call. a woman dials 911 begging to be saved from her own sons. >> my children are trying to kill me. >> how the parents were able to get away. >> and a new era in late night laughs. stephen colbert's first show after taking over david letterman with some big-time guests.