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good morning. i'm kendis gibson. >> here are some of the top headlines we're following for you on "world news now." donald trump is gearing up for his first full week in the white house. he'll week with congressional leaders after a weekend that wasn't without controversy. full coverage ahead. one person is dead and three others injured during a shootout at a texas mall. authorities say a good samaritan was fatally shot while trying to stop a robbery suspect from escaping. another person then shot the suspect. united airlines resumed flights after a computer glitch grounded domestic flights. the problem was limited to problems awaiting departure. expect additional delays. >> it will be super bowl 51 set for houston.
both teams won by big margins. the pats are early three point favorites for the february 5th game. those are some of the top stories on this monday. and we're dance like it's monday here on january 23rd. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> i don't know. >> you mastered it, though. >> it's nice to see that pig guy. you can tell he's excited to be back there. even though they've been there many times before. right after the trump administration the president heads to capitol hill for a bipartisan meeting with congressional leaders. >> donald trump's first sunday in office was marked with a familiar refrain, a fight from the media. there was a hardy greeting for a man at the center of controversy during the final days of the presidential campaign. here's marci gonzalez. >> reporter: on his second full day in office.
>> he's become more famous than me. >> reporter: donald trump greeting the fbi director who game the public face for the investigations into hillary clinton's e-mails. the president also swearing in senior staff members. ahead of what he considers his first real day of work monday. but his team is already busy defending the claims the president and his press secretary sean spicer made about the size of the crowd at friday's inauguration. >> this was the largest audience to ever witness an inauguration, period. >> reporter: while there is no official count for this year's inauguration, this is the crowd as trump delivered his remarks compared to a shot from the same angle of the 1.8 million people who attended president obama's first inauguration in 2009. kellyanne conway still stood by spicer's land basing of the media and -- >> you're saying it's a falsehood and they're giving our press secretary -- gave alternative facts to that.
>> alternative facts are not facts. they're falsehoods. >> reince priebus tried to explain why the administration is keeping up the fight. >> the point is not the crowd size but the point is the attacks and the attempt to delegitimize this president. in one day. and we're not going to sit around and take it. >> reporter: despite his promises to release his tax returns after the audit, the white house now says he will not make that information public. >> donald trump's first week in office will include a face to face with britain's prime minister. she arrives in the united states on thursday. she'll be attending a republican congressional retreat. friday she meets with the president and reports say trump will offer a deal to work toward a new trade agreement with the united kingdom. the president has another important meeting later this month. he'll sit down with the mexican president on the 31st. the meetings come five months
after the pair spoke in mexico city. the president says they will discuss immigration and renegotiating the north american free trade agreement. now to the syr-- severe wear on both coasts. in the south at least 18 people have died after a series of tornadoes touched down over this past weekend. most of those victims were from south georgia where rescue efforts were continues during the overnight hours. and recovery operations in mississippi. look at that drone footage. this is after a powerful twister hit on saturday. four people were killed. and there was major damage all over. early reports indicate the tornado was an ef 3. that means winds were up to 165 miles per hour. and in southern california, commuters face a messy drive to work in several areas with rainfall expected to ease slightly but not taper off until
tomorrow. here's more from abc's phillip men in a. were two women struggling to stay above water as giant waves wipe them off a cliff and into the water. a bystander jumping in pulling one woman to safety. >> i got her and threw her over my shoulder, and i tried to carry her in. >> reporter: moments later life guards are in the water. in the dark it takes them nearly 40 minutes to find the second woman. the current so strong it took four of them to pull her to shore. >> one of the most challenging i've seen in my 22 year. >> reporter: the same storms trapping this woman inside her car in arizona. >> they're in the car, sitting in the wear. they are water all around them. >> reporter: police executing a careful mission. rescuers hoisting here into a helicopter. the storms triggering dangerous mud slides in southern california and now the neighborhoods digging out are in the danger zone again. >> i'm concerned.
in the years i've been here this is worse than what i've seen. >> reporter: sandbags and concrete barriers the last line of defense. the rain is coming down and we're already beginning to see mud flow into this neighborhood and even when the rain stops the threat with continue because the ground is so saturated. our thanks. now a check on the weather with paul williams. good morning. this same storm that caused problems and damage and injuries and deaths now expected to cause more problems with widespread flooding throughout florida and supercell thunderstorms likely throughout portions of the mid atlantic with the possibilities of damaging winds and hail. storms will shift in the west. widespread shatters along the
coast. isolated thunderstorms booming on the west coast. heavier snow monday into tuesday with localized travel delays and possibility of blizzard conditions along 90. scotts bluff toward souix falls nmplts a royals pitcher has died. he was killed in a car crash this weekend in his own country. he was just 25 years old. officials say ventura was not wearing his seat belt and was thrown from his white jeep after losing control in thick flags. flags are at half staff and fans are leaving momentos. also killed in a car crash in the dominican republican was andy marte. officials say his car hit a house. the 33-year-old marte played first and third and seven seasons.
most of them for the cleveland indians. the dominican republican has the highest traffic accident fatality rate their hemisphere. >> serena williams is advancing. she won in straight sets. williams says it was good for her to win when she wasn't playing her best. her older sister who is retiring this year also advanced to the quarters there at the australian open. >> on saturday millions took part in a global march against trump's policies. the president shared his views on the marches. >> reporter: the president responding to the demonstrations tweeting, watched protests but was under the impression we just had an election. why didn't these people vote. later adding i recognize the
rights of people to express their views. the presidential motorcade passing by this view saturday afternoon. protesters not far from trump himself. millions marching worldwide in opposition to president trump and in solidarity for women's rights. >> it's a once in a lifetime opportunity. to be able to speak up and be part of such a massive national movement. >> reporter: in more than 600 different locations as far away as australia and antarctica the data pouring in. 11.5 tweets sent around the world of hash tag women's march. >> in washington d.c. the subway had the second bidsiest day on record. we met this family. a seven-year-old making her own
sign, girls are people too. >> three generations and fortunately i've been given the tools and strength to be able to teach her how to keep moving. so many marchers saying this is the beginning. a call to action. president trump saying the marchers looked to delegitimize his election. there were plenty of colorful signs at the march, but this one from a 22-month old baby is getting plenty of attention on social media. >> yes. the miami was making signs for the march when they noticed the toddler creating one as well. >> it's abstract. >> it's hard to say which issues she's most passionate about. but apparently maybe all of them. that was probably -- there were many colorful signs that said a lot. i would say that's probably the cutest one of all of them. coming up the controversy that's heating up over a dog's purpose.
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an adult sea lion weighs about 600 pounds. did she leave a dent? >> i love that the sale is like you looking at me? look away. >> wow. >> turning now to a story about another animal triggering a rising outcry across the country. the cancellation of a movie premier and calls for a boycott possibly. >> there was the leaked video you saw from a scene in the new movie "a dog's purpose". it forced the cancellation of the premier. the screen writer is speaking out about the video now. >> reporter: a feel good family him. >> my name was bailey wrarks bailey, bailey. >> reporter: it's facing serious backlash. producers of the movie are pulling the plug on the premier over behind the scenes footage of alleged animal abuse. >> here he goes. >> reporter: in this video obtained by tmz, a seemingly
frightened german shepard appears to be forced into rushing water during filming and appears to be pulled under for yearly four seconds before trainers swim to his rescue. >> got it. got it. >> reporter: the video is spurring animal rights group people for the ethical treatment of animals to call far boycott. >> if you were the kind of person who wanted to go see a family film about dogs and now you see dogs were possibly harmed during the making of the shoot, this could change your mind. >> reporter: while universal insists the dog wasn't harm, they said a review into the film is ongoing. >> there's a chance they might release the full unedited video after their investigation is complete. >> reporter: someone coming to the production's defense posting on facebook friday night the dog was not terrified and not thrown in the water. he adds there was a scuba diver
in the trainer to help. >> the writer said there's actually other footage that shows the dog happily jumps into the water. >> the city said the dog did great on other days. >> didn't feel like getting in the water. coming up the 91-year-old who has been a witness to history 18 times. >> how a visit to washington has made harold a part of history himself. you're watching "world news now." take mucinex dm. it'll take care of your cough. fine! i'll text you in 4 hours when your cough returns. one pill lasts 12 hours, so... looks like i'm good all night! ah! david, please, listen. still not coughing. not fair you guys! waffles are my favorite! ah! some cough medicines only last 4 hours. but just one mucinex lasts 12 hours. start the relief. ditch the misery. let's end this.
♪ ♪ >> like the first time 18 time over. >> not exactly the first time in this case. >> attending a presidential inauguration a once in a lifetime event. >> but one 91-year-old man in the audience for president trump's swearing in didn't just see history. he didn't just witness it. he made it himself. >> reporter: with tickets in hand, harold smit made his way to inauguration day. he was just 15 years old on january 20th, 1941, when he travelled to washington with his father to see franklin roosevelt take the oath of office. >> he had a wonderful voice. >> reporter: now 91, from new jersey has made the trip to washington on january 20th every
four years collecting a bit of history on every trip. >> and to so my fellow americans. >> reporter: i think the one under kennedy was the greatest. >> reporter: among the crowd gathers to see president trump become the 45th president on friday, smick was bundled up and ready to bear witness again. >> this president is ready to lead and we're ready to follow his leadership. i pray for a successful term. for him and the nation. >> reporter: mr. smick plans to go to washington again in four years. he'll be 95. >> i do. i love it. >> true patriot there. >> yeah. true patriot, and i love that he was still supportive of the president despite the fact that he's a democrat who voted for hillary clinton. >> and he has tons of paraphernalia. he's taken a lot of things from the inaugurations, buttons, pieces of the stage. >> wow.
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♪ ♪ >> we all know go down in the dm. >> a lot goes down in the dm. >> a lot of people are trying to figure out where is this dm? >> on twitter. >> or instagram has a dm. >> when we go deep into our dm and try to figure out what are the pressing questions that are on american's minds, and all of our viewers are thinking about both of you. >> they have burning concerns, both of you this morning, we're focusing on three things. a necktie, a selfie, and lady gaga. >> let's start with the necktie.
some of you have been wondering why i and the other guys who anchor our show do not wear a tie. >> throw in a little shade your way. let's tie it up. >> jim elliot rice. >> i know this probably isn't important to some people but i struggle with the early morning hosts not wearing a necktie. maybe i'm old fashioned and it doesn't matter anymore. >> the real truth is the folks on the 13th floor don't pay us enough to be able to afford a necktie. >> they certainly won't now. >> that's why we don't wear a necktie. actually, it's been part of the show allure for many years. many haven't worn them. and at 4:00 it's like can cover manic appears. >> it does. it's a casual show. next to last lines this morning. >> apparently it's a compliment, but it was written on instagram
after we posted one of the selfies she loves, i love you two as a team. your laugh lines around your eyes are real. please don't ever pump up your faces or pull your skin back. >> the truth is we've already done that. sorry. >> right. you're so natural. >> and finally to lady gaga. >> she stirred up buzz last week over speculation she's trying to figure out how to perform her super bowl halftime show from the roof of the stadium. >> and we told on twitter, bring the roof down, gaga. gaga has no fear. go big or go home. tampa girl loving this. >> and another tweeting hoping for snow and strong winds that night. >> i like the way jere thinks. be supportive of the concept, but also that mother nature might rare her egg. >> send your e-mails. we'll continue to read them or put them somewhere around here.
30.6 million people tuned in. that's more than four years ago but fewer than 2009 when 37. million watched obama. the white house distended their facts. we saw people as far as we could see. our press secretary gave alternative facts. >> alternative facts aren't facts. >> reporter: today the senate action is expected on two of his nominees. mike pompeo and tillerson. tillerson getting the backing of john mccain despite his concerns about how tillerson will deal with russia. >> this wasn't an easy call, but i also believe that when there's doubt, the president, incoming president gets the benefit of the today. >> mccain saying he has confidence in trump's national security team. but what about the man in charge? >> do you have utmost confident in president trump? >> i do not know. i do not know.
because he has made so many comments that are contradictory. >> reporter: for months trump promised to release his tax return but now is word is in and it's a no. the white house will not be releasing those tax churns. they say the issue was litigated and people didn't care because they voted for trump anyway. >> presidential advisor kellyanne conway questioning the goals of saturday's anti-trump protest. conway said she didn't see the point to the women's march on washington. hundreds of thousands of women took part in that demonstration. conway said you have folks here where i think they could have requested a dialogue. more than 600 locations around the world and protesters are estimated in the millions. citizens were responsibility and ethics say the president is
violating a clause of the constitution because she hasn't divested from his businesses. a spokesperson said there are no conflicts of interest. an attempted jewelry store robbery leaves one person dead and three shot. a good samaritan tried to stop him and another person shot the suspect. shoppered were scrambling for safety. >> i heard two pops and customers were running. at that point i heard the gunshots closer to the food court. i turned around and told the customers to run. another suspect escaped but was taken into custody. a man and woman were shot by one of the suspects. two women were treated were injuries not related to the robbery. now to the severe weather in much of the nation. more expected later today.
we want to show you the damage left behind from a powerful tornado this weekend in louisiana. in south georgia, a much different story. at least 15 people killed when a series of twisters touched down. >> reporter: in adele, georgia, devastation is all around. a tornado blowing through this rural town. the remains of what were once family homes. >> we all came in the hall and put our granddaughter down and we covered each other. and we just laid there and prayed. >> reporter: some losing more than their possessions. this tornado part of intense fast moving twisters. >> theflorida affected. alabama affected by twisters. we express our condolences for the lives taken. >> reporter: in mississippi they're assessing the damage. the weather service saying twister was likely on the ground
for 15 miles. it's the same area hit by a violent ef 4 tornado four years ago. you can see homes are destroyed along with businesses and churches. four people killed. two people relatives. a grandfather and grandson. at the mcmorris property here, decimated, but they walked away with their lives. out west the problem is rain and mud. in california the storm train battering the state will deliver one final blow. west of los angeles, mandatory evacuations are in place after days and days of downpours. >> in all the years i've been here, this is worse than anything i've seen. >> reporter: rain expected to move out. the danger of landslides continues. back east harsh weather heading north up the atlantic. abc news, mississippi. united airlines is flying again a computer glitch grounded the domestic flights for more than two hours.
the issue was a system that sends text messages to pilots. and out of caution united asked the faa to ground all domestic operations. it's not known how many flights were impacted by all of that. >> the brazilian soccer team that lost 19 in a plane crash played. three surviving members lifting a trophy in honor of their dead teammates. the game ended in a 2-2 tie. >> the falcons will take on the new england patriots in the superbo superbowl. the pats are a favorite with brady making a record 7th appearance. they beat the steelers 27 37-17. >> brady completed 32 of 32
passes and had three touchdowns. chris hogan caught nine of the passes. it was the receiver's first game with more than one touchdown. the super bowl two weeks ago. houston, it will be a record night. super bowl appearance for those patriots. who do you have? >> hm. i'm going to have to go with the pats. i would like to route for the underdog, though. >> it will be only the second super bowl for the falcons. they advanced with a big win in the conference championship. the atlanta quarterback erased any doubts he can win big games. even dove head first into the end zone at one point. for a second quarter touchdown. matt ryan also threw for four touchdowns. the packers, on the other hand, didn't score a point in the first half whatsoever. the quarterback aaron rodgers was intercepted once and sacked
twice. he had quite a few yards, and -- >> he told the press that he is not done yet. he's 33. he said he's not done yet. he's going to keep fighting and they need to reorganize and reload. >> there's plenty of time. >> coming up the dramatic fiery rescue caught on camera. >> what this police officer did saving this woman's life. and the urgent consumer warning this winter for anyone who gets an electric bill. what you need to know about threat rening phone calls and demands for big boucks. >> and find us on facebook and twitter.
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new study done by the social psychological and personality science that suggests that people who curse more are actually doing so because they're more honest. >> i would agree with that. >> yeah. >> any of my friends who knows me that i given the opportunity, would be cursing at every single minute of [ bleep ], [ bleep ]. let me line it up [ bleep ]. [ bleep ]. it worked so much better in rehearsal. >> it did. why is that the case. anyway, i would curse at any given moment of any day. but there was a reason behind it. because i'm an honest person. they found consistency between profanity and honesty. >> you're never coming around my toddler because he's absorbing all words. his -- >> he's learned many different languages from you. >> exactly. >> if you curse in another
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this this monday on morning on "world news now," deadly tornadoes in the east and dangerous flash floods in the west. storm systems on both coasts creating nightmarish claims. and playing the numbers game. president trump starting his first full week with a dispute over how many people showed up to see him take the oath. plus the move the president made in calling out the director of the fbi. and later this half hour the countdown to the big game is on. >> it's official atlanta and new england have a date with destiny. will there be any room in the luggage for tom brady's sideline wardrobe. >> and what luke bryan will be doing in two weeks that no other man has managed to do in years. we'll have the full story ahead
in "the skinny." it's monday, january 23rd. we say good morning to you on this monday. we'll start with severe weather on both coasts. deadly tornadoes, flooding, and power outages. the east showing the deadly storm moving east off the coastline with lots of activity. still over the mid atlantic. >> and in the west lots of rain and snow making travel nearly impossible in some areas. this was the scene in southern california. flood waters cascading down steps near l.a. thousands are without power and some schools even cancelled. >> just amazing scene there in los angeles. south south, recovery efforts are underway after twisters touched down over the weekend in mississippi. four people were killed. but the hardest hit area is south georgia where the death
toll is now at least 15. an entire mobile home park was flattened. abc reports from atlanta. >> reporter: this will be a heart breaking for a number of families across south georgia recovering from these. tornadoes seen here tearing through their neighborhoods in this one mobile home community alone, seven people were killed. brenda griffin got out alive. some of her neighbors didn't. >> and we covered each other, and we just layed there and we prayed. lord, please let it pass over. >> reporter: first responders had to free people under their own walls. jenny buller had to crawl out from under hers. >> i opened the door in my bedroom. the whole wall fell on me. i crawled out from under it. then our back door that we walk in to get into our house came by and hit me and knocked me down. where are the governor declared a state of emergency and took a
call from the president who is sharing his condolences from the east room. >> tornadoes were vicious and powerful and strong. and they suffered greatly. >> reporter: adding insult to terrible injury the national weather service issued a particularly dangerous situation. tornado watch for the same areas and the rare warning is still up across parts of the southeast. millions need to stay alert. this same storm brought darkness and death to hattiesburg, mississippi. >> when you look you realize life is beyond that. you find out what's precious. >> reporter: this is the difficult moment when one woman learned that someone she loves had been killed. >> you have churches and businesses as well as homes destroyed on this street. four people killed. we learned two of those were relatives, a grandfather and grandson. here at the mcmorris property, the house decimated but they walked away with their lives. >> reporter: the tornado has
wind speeds of near 136 miles per hour and cut a path 15 miles long. >> part of the reason the storms were dangerous is because they hit in the middle of the night while people were sleeping. often sleeping through sirens and then they get out into the darkness. another reason is the storms come and go so quickly. these squalls like this one wasn't here a few minutes ago. all the more reason for more families to be watching the skies. abc news, atlanta. the northeast is now bracing for a major storm of its own expected to hit later today. >> rain continues in already soaked southern california. let's get more from paul williams. >> good morning. as we're trekking the dangerous storm, now it's going to be a two headed monster. in florida maybe localized flooding. and the rain well to the north. keep in mind that we are expecting on the other side of the country, widespread snow
showers covering several states. heavy showers throughout los angeles down toward san diego and the snow showers reaching up toward helena as well. >> so many places busy with the weather. we'll keep an eye on it. a battle over facts and so-called alternative facts as highlighted the first weekend of the trump administration. >> saturday white house press secretary sean spicer disputing that fewer people attended this year's inauguration than obama's in 2009. spicer calling friday's crowd the largest ever. the white house chief of staff explaining why the administration is keeping up the fight. >> the point is not the crowd size. the point is the attacks and the attempt to delegitimize this president in one day. and we're not going to sit around and take it. >> there's no official count for friday's inauguration. the record estimated 1.8 million
people attended former president obama's 2009 inauguration. the new president welcomed james comey to the white house. donald trump gave him a pat on the back during law enforcement officers. he joked comey has become more famous than me. democrats announced new developments into her e-mail investigation days before the election. terror at a mall in texas. a shootout leaving one dead and three injured. two suspects were fleeing the scene after a jewelry store robbery. one of them fatally shot a good samaritan who tried to intervene. one suspect ran through the mall firing his gun. he was later taken into custody. new details about what caused some of the samsung smart phones to burst into flames. this morning the company blamed battery manufacturing problems and design flaws. the problem forced the tech
giant to recall the phones. and they're ready for you in due bbai with firefighting equipment. it combines a jet ski and jet pack allowing them to fight fires on boats and along the water front. >> they say the dolphin system will shorten response time. there's no word if dolphin has been used yet. dubai is demonstrating the system for a security trade fair being held there this week. i don't know how it will reduce response time if you have to get all set up in it. >> that's true. that's kind of a contraption. >> that's true. and you also have to be by a body of water. just for the cities on the coastlines. >> all right. it gets their name out there. coming up the super bowl is now set. it will be the new england patriots versus the atlanta falcons after eliminating the steelers and packers. could pittsburgh and green bay
have been playing yesterday with a handicap? >> and what luke bryan will be doing that no other man has done in many years. we'll have the full story ahead in "the skinny." you're watching "world news now." "world news now" weather brought to you by mucinex. "world news now" weather brought to you by mucinex. no thank you very much, she's gonna stick with the short-term stuff. 12 hours? guess i won't be seeing you for a while. is that a bisque? i just lost my appetite. why take medicines that only last 4 hours, when just one mucinex lasts 12 hours? start the relief. ditch the misery. let's end this. oints really love them too? introducing megared advanced 4in1...
the falcons will be there for the second time. both teams won their conferences decisively yesterday, or as some people would say boringly. more team has played in the super bowl more than the patriots and no quarterbacks more than brady. brady had a great game against the steelers, but chris hogan caught nine of his passes for two touchdowns. most fans, people saying who is chris hogan. he only played one year -- get it. get it. one year of football in college. the pats beat pittsburgh. >> the falcons' final game in the georgia dime. a surprise thrashing of the packers. they haven't been to a superbowl in 18 years. the quarterback threw four touchdown passes and ran for
one. for the first time in four years. and the atlanta defense kept the packers off the boards for the entire first half. >> ouch. >> not bad. a lot of people thought it was boring. >> some people are giving the packers a pass. there's speculation that something might have derailed the packers, a virus according to some tweets. a series of tweets late last night. and the packers' coach revealing aaron rodgers and others were battling an illness. despite the defeat rankeodgers his team needs a reload, not a rebuild. it's okay. >> they had a great season overall. they started off pretty badly. >> okay. yeah. it could have been the lack of beauty rest that doomed the steelers. that's what conspiracy theorists think. espn is reporting that police in boston apprehended a 25-year-old man for pulling a fire alarm
faltsly inside their hotel at 3:00 a.m. on sunday. the hotel was evacuated but a lot of the teammates slept through it. fans say players may not have been able to sleep for yesterday's game thus costing them this big opportunity. >> that's an old trick that a lot of teams like to do. with the team set for super bowl 51, now comes the comparison between the two cities or regions, i guess. >> the tale of two cities. boston has history and smarties. a lot of college attendees there. and the food. clam chowder, lobster, boston baked beans and a cannoli. none of which we get. >> atlanta fans will be quick to point out folks down south are nicer. okay. >> probably true. >> in addition to atlanta's own southern history. it has fried chicken, grits, bbq, pulled pork, greens, beans, tomatoes, yams, and, of course,
sweet tea. >> you hear my stomach growling, don't you? kind of embarrassing. >> for food, i would go with the boston area. sunday's afc championship game was cold outside boston. 40 degrees. >> tom brady apparently couldn't resist snuggling into this crazy big winter coat. he looks like sponge bob. >> he does, and people took notice making reference to brady apparently channelling george ka costnzan. >> or what about marge simpson. >> it took up more than two spots on the sidelines. is that a real -- or did we -- >> that's actually. >> that's enlarged. okay. >> that is impressive. when we come back, luke bryan will be -- what he'll be doing in two weeks that men
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♪ ♪ >> it is your monday skinny. we're going to start with history. first in ten years for a man at the super bowl. >> fox announced that luke bryan has been picked to sing the national anthem on february 5th for the super bowl. super bowl 51. >> he will be the first male singer to perform it in ten years. billy joel was the last. >> since then the anthem singers have included alicia keys and kelly clarkson. >> he says he feels this is his way of honoring his country.
a little way to serve. >> that's true. crash my party situationer began -- won the academy of country music and country music association entertainer of the year. words are hard on mondays. he's very decorated in the country world. >> exactly. a lot of people are like what took so long. to date he sold more than 7 million albums. and more than 27 million singles worldwide. next two madonna's fiery words that have gotten her into hot water with the secret service. >> the material girl took the stage at the women's march on washington over the weekend saying she thought about blowing up the white house. she quickly back peddles on the comment. however, saying she was speaking in a metaphor and didn't intend to -- for it to be literally taken that way. the secret service is reportedly investigating.
and making news overseas down under. bruce springsteen kicking off his tour with a show of support announcing he's joining the new american resistance. >> he tells the crowd our hearts and spirits are with the hundreds of thousands of men and women who marched saturday in every city in america. there was certainly a lot of celebrities part of that movement over the weekend. there were. brace yourself for an overdose of cuteness. >> a mother from lancing, michigan, caught her two-year-old daughter belting out "jolene". we're asking you who sang it better? ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
>> got to give the kid serious props for the performance. the drama. i like it. >> apparently the cool thing is her mom didn't realize that she was -- she just walked into the room and started recording her. >> singing to herself. >> and finally, the bellas are back. aren't you excited? >> um, yes. yes. >> speaking of hitting the notes y. the stars of the third installness of "pitch perfect 3 " are in pitch perfect form in their first day of dance rehears rehearsal. >> you're not excited enough. the actresses all rocked lee's athleisure wear as they focussed on the dance moves. the movie is set to hit theaters in december. bill getting a ticket. >> i actually liked the first two. >> they are so good. >> this is great. all right. we'll be right back.
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to the third. >> it had a good run. zblit it started out as a local businessman catching a ride with uber but it turned into a journey changing the life of a four-year-old boy. >> it's the sort of chance encounter that turned into a random act of kindness. >> reporter: first know this about lewis, this four-year-old with an infectness smile. >> he's full of energy. he's a great kid. >> reporter: he gets around fine with the help of these wheels. few far short time the other day he got to try a different approach to travel. and that's because of a substitute teacher that knows him. this is mr. brown who also works as an uber driver, and his random passenger, jim burke. on their ride, mr. brown told jim about lewis, and about a fundraiser to buy an upsee that
helps kids like lewis experience walking. >> i thought it would be wonderful for this child to have, and i said you don't need to have a fundraiser. >> reporter: and the day came and the upsee went on and in a place where he's been celebrated just as he is, they cheered to see him travel this way. >> i cried a lot. it was something -- it's amazing. >> i was happy. >> you were happy? >> yep. >> reporter: as for jim burke, his reward, he got to meet lewis. >> and this is lewis. >> i just want him to know that he's my hero. forgiving me that smile. >> reporter: and that's the best reward there is. abc news. one of the best stories you'll see in a while. and burke says he gave $500, got a million dollar smile in return. this is abc's "world news now." informing
making news in america this monday morning, major storm threats on both coasts. spawning dozens of tornados in the southeast. the rescue operations overnight. plus, mudslide concerns on the west coast. watch and listen to these scenes out there. flash floods washing away cars, we're tracking it all. donald trump's first full week as president gets under way today. his administration falsely claiming his inauguration had the biggest crowd ever and going after the media. plus, his top aides saying the president's tax returns will never be released. caught on camera, a woman pulled from a burning car with seconds to spare. she's talking about the moment a police officer pulled her to safety. and super bowl li is officially set. the patriots versus the falcons. both pulling off big wins in conference championship games. the