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says, no shirt, no shoes, no service. the latest social media challenge to go viral is called the egochallenge that encourages people to walk in confidence, flaws and all. and people from all walks of life are getting in on it. ♪ yeah i'm a woman do doesn't mean i'm weak ♪ >> hey! >> dunk it. >> she is a medical student at the university of student medical branch. but they are not the only ones. the channel was actually started by jane ornika who published this on twitter saying, can't we rap about our flaws and stuff? an hour later, she posted this. ♪ they never met for girls like us to walk around with confidence ♪ ♪ but i ain't going to hate myself because of your incompetence ♪
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>> everything people said about her, she slapped it and threw it back. the challenge is set to the beyonce song "ego"that is done in confidence. >> i was tripping for a while. ♪ i always wanted to fit in because zero wasn't my style ♪ . >> i feel like this is perfect. >> i am sitting here thinking, if you are somebody that has something to say and wants to join in on the challenge. ♪ but you have no flow and you can't quite rap ♪ >> this isn't fair to those of us who can't rap. ♪ excuse me for a minute because i know i have my flaws and i know i have my ways ♪ ♪ i can't rap for [ bleep ] this is why i stick to songs ♪
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>> these people are from various walks of life and are just owning it. ♪ >> i love it. everybody is coming together to talk about their imperfections and finding power in them. thank you for hanging out with us. we'll see you on the next brand with us. we'll see you on the next brand new episode of "rtm." new febreze air effects with odorclear technology cleans... ...away odors like never before. because the things you love the most can stink. and try febreze small spaces to clean away odors for up... ...to 30 days. breathe happy with new febreze. do you think i'm gonna crack under pressure or conquer the field? defy expectations any day with always infinity. made with flexfoam. absorbs 10x its weight. rewrite the rules. always.
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i'm good. i just took newl take mucinex clear and cool. ah! what's this sudden cooling thing happening? it's got a menthol burst. you can feel it right away. wow, that sort of blind-sided me. and it clears my terrible cold symptoms. ahh! this is awkward. new mucinex clear & cool. feel the menthol burst. while powerful medicine clears your worst cold symptoms. start the relief. ditch the misery. let's end this. car fires in california, they broke out last night inside a
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parking structure. fire officials say seven employees were taken to the hospital. they're expected to be okay though. the flames caused more than $100,000 in damage. the federal government can continue its $100 million lawsuit against lance armstrong. the postal office is suing him for damages stemming from his sponsorship of his cycling team. yesterday a judge denied his request to throw out the case. in 2013, he was kicked out of the sport and stripped of his tour de france titles after admitting he used banned drugs. io gay poses are better than painkillers for your bad back. the american college of physicians released an update on guidelines for handling lower back pain. >> advising its sufferers to avoid drugs as a first option. instead the group says yoga, tai-chi and other forms of exercise are better and reduce the prospects of surgery. apple is now worth more than exxon. get this more than jpmorgan chase combined. this morning shares opened at
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their highest level ever. investors are optimistic later this year of the 10th anniversary phone expected to include major upgrades and also like apple's increasing sales in china in the apps and streaming music markets. so the transportation department is getting a earful about allowing wi-fi phone calls on airplanes. it received more than ,000 comments and most of them are emphatically against it. most of the people writing in say allowing flyers to make personal phone calls would make flying even less fun than it is now. it's hard to believe. four years ago, a similar outpouring helped keep the ban and cellular calls. coming up, love is in the air. in the airwaves in our wardrobes. you should see what i'm looking at right now. we're going to take a look at the top love songs on this valentine's day and your eyes might hurt by our outfits.
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all right. it is time to dust off those mix tapes, ladies and gentlemen, because billboard has their list of top 50 love songs. >> i thought we were dusting off our old '70s outfits. >> that, too. >> who wore it better. let us know that i did. let's play a little game. who do you think will be able to guess the top three songs? we'll start playing the song without words, of course. are you ready. >> i was born ready, baby. this is my jam, my stroke if you would. >> we found love in a homeless place. >> rihanna. >> do i get points for that. >> no, that's not mou the game works. ♪ we found love in a hopeless
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place ♪ ♪ ♪ we fell in love in a hopeless place ♪ >> all right. >> my jersey brothers who are with me. that was number one for ten weeks. that was one of the top three love songs. are you as out of breath as i am from just that little bit of dancing? >> that came in in 2011 featuring calvin harris number one for it ten weeks. big-time. ready for the second one. >> all right. ♪ i'll make love to you i'll make love to you ♪ is it? anybody. >> now you got to sing it. ♪ love to you hold you tight i'm going to do the background vocals. ♪ i'll make love
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♪ we'll tell me baby, tell me baby, yeah ♪ >> nailed it. 1994's i'll make love to you. of course, boys to men. number one for some 14 weeks. one of the top three love songs out there. >> it always reminds me of slow dancing like this. >> back in like high school. >> when you start off on separate sides of the room and eventually you manage to come together and do this for a little while. >> are you in a similar outfit. >> i don't think i wore anything like this to a school dance. otherwise i wouldn't haved any friends. >> way too much cloers. >> you win round two. that means it's a tie. round three. >> this is it. >> here we go. ♪ my love >> i knew who it was. >> yes, endless love. >> 1981's diana ross, lionel
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richie. ♪ my endless love ♪ my first love >> this is really touching. it was number one for nine weeks. ♪ there's only you in my life our love has just begun ♪ >> i'm just going to stand here. ♪ i'll be the one you need >> so what are your favorite love songs? which ones get you. >> their eyes won't be able to recover and their ears won't either. we're celebrating getting 100,000 followers on twitter. i think we've lost like half of them. >> stay with us. we love you insomniacs. >> tell us on twitter. >> what's your favorite? >> oh -- >> is your cold heart capable of
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you. >> ool, wa, ooh, wa. >> we've got to get serious. this is mia. the bouncy beagle partaking in the pennsylvania agility course at the westminster dog show and got a little distracted. >> first she's on the right track, but then the crowd is too much for her. she wants to basque in the glory. we're guessing she's probably not going to win the contest but she wins in our hearts. we love her shoo she's best in show for us. finishing the agility course, finished it great. >> she just wanted to take a few bows. >> bow-wow. >> the primping and pampering, the end ez attention. we're not talking about new york fashion week. >> grab your biscuits and leashes. we are going backstage at the westminster with linsey davis. >> reporter: if it's true that every dog has its day, this is it. from the cute and cuddly to the
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compact and colossal. roughly 2,800 dogs, more than 190 breeds, all vying to be america's top dog at the westminster dog show. if this is what it means to be treated like a dog, count me in. >> is this a bad hair day or is this just every day? >> no, we consider this a good hair day! >> reporter: teased and trimmed. sprayed and stroked. before competing for best in show, these pups are pampered and primed. more than pets, they're prize possessions. >> how much does something like this cost? thousands of dollars a year? if not tens of thousands? >> yeah. hundreds of thousands probably. >> reporter: and the reward? a fancy bowl. no prize money. just prestige. some of these pups might have a bone to pick with that. linsey davis, abc news, new york. >> good hair day is very important. >> tonight best in show. you asked and you have received. your heart-shaped pizza. for my valentine. >> you came through after all. i k
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of this morning on "world news now," breaking right now, the first major shake-up in the trump administration. >> national security advisor michael flynn suddenly resigned overnight. flynn's departure comes amid some controversial contact with the ambassador to russia. we have new details coming in. and the flooding fears in northern california. a mandatory evacuation remains in effect for nearly 200,000 people as the race to replace the oroville dam gets under way. the crisis is highlighting a big problem with the dams across america. then "playboy" is changing course after a short-lived ban, the magazine will now feature nudity again. this morning, hugh hefner's son explains why the company is going back to its old ways. redefining dominance. the uconn women's basketball
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team wins their 100th consecutive game. the highlights, the celebrations. it is tuesday, it is valentine's day. yea. >> yea. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> valentine's day. >> i didn't feel like that was a genuine -- that's one of those hugs, you know the hugs when you stick your butt out and you don't really mean it, that's what you just did to me. >> i was trying not to mess up your makeup or you mess up my take. >> i see. >> happy valentine's day to you. >> and to you all. we are going to have some fun coming up. >> starting with a break yip guess in washington. >> in a way. we're starting with breaking news. the resignation of president trump's embattled national security advicer. >> michael flynn resigning overnight after it was revealed he misled top white house officials about conversations he had with the russian ambassador to the u.s. >> he had previously denied having conversations with the
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ambassador about u.s. sanctions against russia before president trump's inauguration. just hours before the announcement of his resignation president trump ignored reporters' questions about the controversy. >> reporter: michael flynn, mr. president from. >> among the possible replacements for flynn is retired general david petraeus, a former cia director. pleaded guilty two years ago to give ing classified information to his biographer with wlom he was having affair at the time. >> also on the short list, bob howard, a former navy seal. he also served as deputy commander of u.s. central command under james general mattis, newly appointed secretary of defense. >> we'll continue to follow the development that broke a few hours ago. mike flynn revealing in a letter he might have misled the vice president. full coverage through the morning. the white house has been dealt another legal setback in its efforts to reinstate
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president trump's travel ban. >> a federal judge in seattle ruled a lawsuit challenging his ban will move forward. the trump administration had asked the judge to postpone the case till a new decision might come from the 9th circuit of appeals in san francisco. >> after the ruling, the washington state attorney general tweeted pleased to see judge row bart rejected the trump administration's request to delay. we will indeed see flu court. >> that was in response to the president's tweet from the last week saying see new court. the security of our nation is it at stake. and president trump saw a lot of canadian prime minister justin trudeau yesterday. >> the dow world leaders covered quite a bit of ground during his visit to the white house. abc's kenneth moton has the latest. >> reporter: president trump and justin true due talking trade, jobs and immigration. >> we are going to have a great relationship with canada, maybe as good or better hopefully than ever before. >> reporter: trump and trudeau,
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starkly different policies on refugees. sources tell abc news the president plans to sign several new executive orders this week on immigration. but will continue to defend his first one banning immigrants from seven predominantly will you muslim countries. >> the last thing canadians expect is for me to come down and lecture another country on how they choose to govern themselves. >> reporter: the two also announced a new task force for the advancement of women in business. the president's daughter ivanka right there at the table next to the prime minister. >> as we think about how we level the playing field for this jenation and for the next so thank you for being here. >> kenneth moton, abc news washington. >> you saw ivanka trump there. that visit is not without controversy. >> she tweet aid photo of herself sitting at her father's desk between the president and justin trudeau extelling the importance of women having a seat at the table. that tweet has sparked quite a bit of anger on twitter with
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some saying that the oval office should not be used as a prop for the president's daughter. and these images of president trump and japanese prime minister shinzo abe at his mar-a-lago resort in florida as they handled the news about north korea's missile launch on saturday and draw agfresh fire on social media. democrats have criticize this had as an open aired situation room. house minority leader nancy pelosi tweeted "there's no excuse for let aginternational crisis play out in front of a bunch of country club members like dinner theater." the department of homeland security says federal immigration officials arrested more than 600 people across at least 11 states last week alone. however, homeland security secretary john kelley called the effort routine under the obama administration, more than 400,000 immigrants living in the u.s. illegally were deported in 2012 alone. in 2015, more than 2,000 were arrested in one week. and now to the crisis in northern california.
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a major dam that could let loose a flood of epic proportions on to nearby towns with new storms on the way, helicopters are dropping sacks of rocks into a hole in the dam's emergency spillway. they're also moving rocks to patch other spots and reinforce that spillway. >> the evacuation yords keeping nearly 200,000 people out of their homes and it remains in place, that order. california's governor is seeking serler disaster assistance. kayna whitworth has more on the nightmare at the dam. that started the alarm. water rushing over a giant, gaping hole. now the race to reroute the water causing bigger problems. the damage and erosion so severe emergency officials fear the worst. if the area doesn't hold, a giant wall of water could spill into the surrounding residential areas. just seven miles down from the dam, the city of oroville, this is the father river already
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swelling over its banks. if that spillway fails, a million more gallons of water every second would enter this river. nearly 200,000 people told to evacuate. the alerts coming in by phone and text. this oroville resident said he had five minutes to leave. >> her phone started going off, and we just immediately loaded up the kids and took off. >> yeah. >> reporter: dishes left on the table at this abandoned denny's. those fleeing stuck in bumper to bumper traffic for hours. gas stations overwhelmed. >> i'm scared because i have never been in anything like this before. >> reporter: motorists tweeting photos and videos of their ordeal through the night. >> i have been stuck in this spot for 20 minutes, and i'm not going nowhere. >> reporter: the problem all stemming from the oroville dam in northern california, now at record levels and in danger of spilling over after a series of storms. at 770 feet high, the dam is america's tallest. it releases water from lake oroville through a spillway. the problem started last tuesday when a massive hole developed in
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the spillway's concrete base, forcing engineers saturday to allow water over this wall into the adjacent emergency spillway. here are the dramatic images of the water going over the wall for the first time since the dam opened in 196, leading to that severe and dangerous erosion. right behind me, these are the giant bags they are filling up with rocks to drop into the hole, and when you look those bags are about four feet tall. lifting giant bags that they hope will stop the erosion. with that giant hole to take the pressure off the second emergency spillway. more than one olympic swimming pool of water rushing through every single second, and officials say, it's working, but this image shows how close the dam is to the town of oroville, which is a ghost town. many preparing to spend a second night at shelters, sleeping on cots and among those waiting to return home, 18-year-old april torlone. >> it was beyond crazy seeing
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that yuba city changed in a matter of minutes. >> officials not lifting the orders in place for nearly 200,000 people despite the fact that the lake levels have actually fallen and there's no more water going over the emergency spillway. we have more rain in the forecast so this threat is far from over. kayna whitworth. in the wake of those emergency evacuations near the dam, disturbing revelations about dams like these nationwide. >> you 20% of dams in populated areas around the country lack an emergency plan. many were built decades ago when the surrounding areas were agricultural or recreational with few residents or development. >> scary stuff. >> residents of northern new england will have a lot of shoveling to do this morning. as many as 2 1/2 feet of know fell on some parts of maine where it stopped snowing a few hours ago. more snow is in the forecast tomorrow for new england strong
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winds create some problems. >> the university of connecticut women's basketball team has gone where no college hoops team has gone before. >> it's the first ever to win 100 games in a row. think about that. uconn reached that century mark last night in the game against south carolina. gabby williams led the way with a career high of 26 points in a 66-55 win. when it was over, the huskies fans gave them a standing occasion foo well deserved. >> uconn goes for number 101 on saturday at tulane. just for in case anyone's thinking they're lucky or this is a fluke, of those 100 games, only two of them have had teams come within even ten points of them. >> my gosh. >> more than half of them, 57 of them -- or 56 have been by more than 40 points. >> these are top ten ranked teams. it's not like they're playing the washington generals or the globetrotters.
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>> after last year they lost a ton of strong players. they were expecting this year to be a down season and because their schedule was tough. yet, they have dominated. this is 17 in a row they've gone undefeated. unbelievable. >> congratulations to tem. coming up, the very first passenger drone set to take flight. >> and back to the birthday suits. >> what? >> playboy is reversing course featuring nude pictures again. so why was that whole ban on nudity so short lived? >> happy valentine's day. >> plus the wireless wars heing up, verizon now the last major u.s. carrier tore offer unlimited data. what it means for customers and the catch if you use too much data. >> wait, unlimited. >> there is a catch. a big thank you to all of our twitter followers helping us reach 100,000! thank you all. and if you are not one of those 100,000, please join the club. you're watching "world news
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it might be like to ride inside of a drone, you might soon be able to find out. the chinese made e hang 184 tested in dubai has now made more than 200 successful test flights. and that means it could soon start taking passengers. there's room for one passenger and the plane flies itself. but don't expect to see anything like it here in the u.s. for at
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least several years. >> they need to work on that name. >> e hang 184? >> 42700. >> what would you name it? >> i don't know. >> radio flyer. >> uber drone. >> radio flyer could work, as well. let's move on to "playboy" magazine which is again featuring photos of naked women. yes. cooper hefner is the son of the founder admits the decision to remove nudity was a mistake. they did it a year ago. the ban lasted one year till the march, april 2017 issue which is on sale now. its end was announced on twitter and facebook with the hash tag naked as normal. playboy is now reclaiming its identity. verizon finally joined the rest of the networks moving away from monthly data plans. >> an effort by the major wireless companies to win back smartphone commerce offering unlimited deals with some
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strings attached. here's chief business correspondent rebecca jarvis. >> reporter: the wireless wars heating up. >> we also fundamentally want you to have more choice. >> reporter: verizon, feeling the heat from sprint, at&t and t-mobile, becoming the last major u.s. carrier to return to offering unlimited data. >> consumers said enough is enough, they wanted their unlimited data. verizon was forced to do it. >> reporter: verizon's new plan, unlimited data for $80 a month. or $45 a line for a family of 4. the catch, potentially for consumers who binge watch on mobile, once you top 22 gigabytes, your data connection could slow. t-mobile's ceo told me last month why his company's now offering unlimited plans for $70 a month. >> it's gotten to the point where over 80% of the access to the internet is mobile. >> reporter: upping the ante on twitter, offering two lines for $100. >> you should look at your plan, you should look at your data, how much you are using per month, and ask yourself if
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unlimited is worth going for. >> reporter: if you are using your smartphone to stream lots of music and videos and as a wi-fi hot spot, these unlimited plans could save you hundreds of dollars a year. rebecca jarvis, abc news, new york. our thanks to rebecca. coming up in our next half hour, and the bachelor analyst standing by with all you need to know from last night's show and then the other stuff. >> we'll be right back. cines' wearing off. i'm dragging. yeah, that stuff only lasts a few hours. or, take mucinex. one pill fights congestion for 12 hours. 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.
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they went through the unbelievable and now they're speak out. >> matt gutman sat down with these parents. >> on the august day the schwabs went to the world's tallest water slide, admission was free for the families of state legislators. but that thrill wide would cost the kansas state legislator and his wife what was most dear. >> six went to the park and five came back. >> now for the first time, scott and michelle schwab recount that tortured sunday. the schwabs decided to take their four boys including 10-year-old kaleb you see him here dancing with his baby brother to the schlitterbahn water park. kaleb and his 12-year-old brother nathan went straight to the 170 foot scaffold of the ver racket which means insane in germany. >> before they took off, i said brothers stick together.
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he said i know dad. look at me. brothers stick together. >> it was the last time they would see kaleb alive. >> big brother nathan waited for him at the bottom when the unimaginable happened. >> he was screaming. he flew from the ver rukt. >> the horror made it nearly impossible for 12-year-old nathan to explain what he had seen. >> there was a gentleman who wouldn't allow employee to come close enough to see what was going on. and he just kept saying no, trust me you don't want to go any further senator he was in such shock, good samaritans had to confirm the incomprehensible. >> i said i just need to hear you say it. is my son dead. he shook his head. he said yes, your son is dead. >> it was surreal. i don't remember driving home. >> the family settled with the park for an undisclosed sum which will go to his three brothers. >> thanks to matt gutman for that report. shocking for those parents to go
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through that. >> stay with us. "the mix" is next.
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lasts 12 hours. start the relief. ditch the misery. let's end this. it is the day for love. valentine's day. at least according to hallmark. no. so burger king is in the mood. they've got this new like you know how you have like kids' meal? we'll get to it. they have this adult meal that includes two whoppers, two packs of fries, two bears and an adult toy. >> a toy? wait. >> it's sort of 4r50ik shades of gray" sort of thing so one of the toys they include like a feather duster, a scalp massager, satin mask. so yeah, this is it. they're getting in the mood. i guess for valentine's day. >> where is it? >> did you bring me one? >> you have to hop on a flight and go to israel for it. it's only available in israel for right now.
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but perhaps by next valentine's day we can have -- >> you chose to do a story on valentine's day about a adult happy meal and you didn't bring me one. >> it's not so happy. >> we're breaking up. >> sorry. happy valentine's day. >> on an opposite note, after a fifth grade team which is a coed basketball team was given an ultimatum, ditch the two girls on the team or no longer play in the league, that is, guess what the boys chose? >> they're playing the championship. >> no, they said see you later league. this happened at a new jersey catholic youth organization league squad. the name of the squad is st. john's. the boys were told that they should never have been allowed to play in a coed league and if they didn't get rid of the girls on the team, they would no longer continue to be able to play. they chose to forfeit rather than separate. the kids are showing the adults
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the way things should be done. the adults are the ones that need to figure things out. >> a grais great lesson. this other teacher, p.e. teacher has become famous for his trick shots. this is chris. he's heres in new york city. and the globetrotters recently noticed his trick shots because they've become famous and guess what, the globetrotters actually surprised him. >> so cool. >> by showing up, giving him the surprise of his life. interrupting his high school gym class. they invited him to play with the team at the garden on february 20th. >> that's so exciting. > that will be awesome. >> mr. trick shot. >> and we've seen a lot of videos come out about pets and vacuums. normally it's the pets terrified of the vacuums. this ferret owner has the opposite problem. he says every time he tries to vacuum, the ferret chase
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this morning, breaking overnight. national security advisor michael flynn resigning. details on the trump administration's first major shake-up and possible replacements coming in. >> also happening overnight, a judge rules against the trump administration's travel ban. we'll go through what that means for the ongoing legal battle. and new this half hour, you could have an award for bridesmaid of the year. >> yes. the picture showing a woman going all-out, diving out of the way during a prewedding shoot. the story behind this viral image coming up. >> and bachelor nick narrows the women down the final four. our senior chief analyst is here. plus the new bachelorette revealed. so much love on this valentine's day.
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>> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> i was so overwhelmed with love i couldn't say it. valentine's day. >> violent's day. a wonderful day. >> not violent tines. >> it does seem like violent times. it is seeming like a blood sport in washington, d.c. these days. >> speaking of violent times. >> exactly. we'll start with the breaking news that is shaking up president trump's inner circle. 25 days into the new administration. >> the president's embattled national security director michael flynn has resigned just one month into his tenure after revealing he misled mike pence and other top white house officials will improper contact with a russian diplomat before his official appointment. abc's arlette saenz has the latest from washington. >> reporter: once a trusted member of president trump's inner circle, michael flynn is now out. in a late night resignation letter, the national security advisor admitted he misled vice president pence and other officials about his
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conversations with russia's ambassador. flynn writing, "i inadvertently briefed the vice president elect and others with incomplete information regarding my phone calls with the russian ambassador." flynn had previously told pence he did not discuss sanctions with the russian envoy, a false claim the vice president repeated on national tv. >> what i can confirm having spoken to him about it is that those conversations that happened to occur around the time that the united states took action to expel diplomats had nothing whatsoever to do with those sanctions. >> but that turned out to be false. administration officials told abc news the justice department warned the white house weeks ago that flynn may have misled officials and was potentially vulnerable to blackmail by the russians. on friday, flynn apologized to the president and vice president. but monday night in the oval office, the president met questions about flynn with silence. >> do you have confidence in
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michael flynn, mr. president? >> what are you evaluating -- >> the search now begins for flynn's replacement. trump named retired lieutenant general keith kellogg, the current chief of staff for the nse as act agnational security advisor. two other names under consideration, robert harwood and retired general david petraeus. he's expected at the white house later today. arlette saenz, abc news, washington. all of this and the white house is dealing with yet another legal setback in president trump's efforts to reinstate his travel ban. >> the same federal judge in seattle who trump referred to as a so-called judge for putting his order on hold has now ruled the lawsuit against the ban can move forward. >> the justice department asked the judge to postpone the case until a new decision might come from the 9th circuit court of pails in san francisco. president trump has hinted that he may be rewriting that
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executive order sometime this week. president trump spent a full day with canadian prime minister justin trudeau yesterday at the white house. >> despite sharp differences on trade, climate change and most notably immigration and refugees, the two world leaders managed to find some common ground carefully moving between bridging some gaps and completely avoiding others. >> we are going to have a great relationship with canada, maybe as good or better hopefully than ever before. >> the last thing canadians expect is for me to come down and lecture another country on how they choose to govern themselves. >> president trump would not comment on whether he felt america's northern border with canada is insecure and trudeau would not criticize the president's executive order restricting immigration. >> there's new criticism for the president after he was seen discussing a national security issue in full view of members of his club in florida. >> abc's jonathan karl explains.
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>> reporter: it happened while he was dining with the prime minister of japan at mar-a-lago in florida on saturday night. national security aides rushing in with the news as tourists snapped pictures. one member putting it all on facebook. the president receiving the news about the missile incident and this, holy moly, it was fascinating to watch the flurry of activity at dinner when the news came that north korea had launched a missile in the direction of japan. wow, he wrote. the center of the action. the club member even posed with the military aide he claimed carries the so-called nuclear football writing, this is rick. he carries the football, the nuclear football, a briefcase the contents of which are said to be used by the president of the united states to authorize a nuclear attack. rick is the man." the scene prompted this from house democratic leader nancy pelosi. there's no excuse for letting an international crisis play out in bunch of a front of country club members like dinner theater. regarding the photos down in mar-a-lago, the white house says
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there was absolutely nothing classified discussed as they were having dinner, the president and japanese prime minister. jonathan karl, abc news, the white house. >> one more note from the white house. hours before losing his national security advisor, the president gained a treasury secretary. >> former goldman sachs banker steve nuchen was sworn in to the cabinet post on thursday. he was sworn in 53-47. only one democrat approved his nomination. dr. david shulkin is the new veterans affairs secretary. he won unanimous support from the senate after spending the last two years in the obama administration as an undersecretary in the agency. he's the first nonveteran to lead the department. now to the crisis at one of the nation's biggest dams. emergency repairs are under way right now to shore up the emergency spillway of the oroville dam in northern california. meanwhile, the main spillway is showing few signs of erosion reducing the chances of a
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catastrophic collapse that would wash away nearby communities. nearly 200,000 residents of the towns were suddenly told to evacuate. >> we slept in the car. oh, it was miserable. we didn't sleep. we were awake. there was people walk and people talking and all night long. >> we're kind of on the safe sound. we won't go back until they tell us it's safe. >> there's no word yet when that might come. california governor jerry brown has asked for federal disaster assistance. >> meanwhile, more storms are heading for northern california later this week. >> they don't neit at all. cam tran with the details. >> reporter: good morning. it's going to be quiet out across the west coast today. however, a series of storm systems is moving into california. another storm system will be moving in late week. we are looking at concerns of flooding out here. one to three inches of rainful expected for the central valleys an of california. three to five inches for the foothills by the time the two
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storm systems move on through. texas the possibility of severe weather this afternoon. diane and kendis, back to you. >> our thanks to cam there. a son of former penn state football coach and convicted child sex abuser jerry sandusky is now being held on bail himself on child abuse charges. jeffrey sandusky was arraigned near state college. he faces 14 counts including child sex abuse and child pornography. a young woman. in utah has made being a bridesmaid aid viable vocation. >> the woman taking a giant leap has been in 12 weddings, but this one for her friend gained her fame. amy wanted pictures that looked wind swept. the photographer told her to toss amy's train in the air and get out of the shot as soon as she could. this was the result. the photographer photoshopped janessa out of the picture in
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the end. >> we much prefer the original to the photoshopped version, of course. janessa deserves, a, an award and b, when her wedding comes around, i hope amy remembers this moment. >> 12 weddings. talk about always a bridesmaid. >> well done. coming up in "the skinny," the next bachelorette has been announced. is it janessa? >> she's been in so many weddings. she's good at it. >> plus, caught on camera. the dramatic moment a van full of people swept away in heavy flooding. what happened here? deportation sweeps are raising new questions about who is being targeted and if it's really tied to the trump administration. "world news now" weather, brought to you by fisher investments.
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take a look at this amazing video from northwest peru. that's bus with 16 people inside being swept away by flooding near a river that was overflowing. a police officer inside the van actually used his gun to smash the windows, and everyone got out. no serious injuries reported. flooding throughout the country has left 25 dead and affected more than 300,000 people since christmas. so the people in that van very lucky to make it out alive. >> yes, they are, absolutely. >> back here in this country and the nationwide sweepup of undocumented workers. the white house says it's part of keeping a campaign promise. >> the arrests sparking fear in immigrant communities. but immigration officials call the arrests routine. here's mary bruce in washington. >> reporter: this scene in the middle of the night in los angeles. federal agents waiting in this parking lot. guns at the ready. cuffing this undocumented
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immigrant and hauling him off. the question, is this business as usual or a new normal? the raids taking place across the country from los angeles to atlanta and chicago. leading protesters to fill the streets in milwaukee. fear after the president's new sweeping order. >> a lot of panicked families, a lot of just shivers of fear. >> reporter: 680 undocumented immigrants arrested last week. most convicted criminals, but not all. president trump says he's keeping his word. the president tweeting, "the crackdown on illegal criminals is merely the keeping of my campaign promise. gang members, drug dealers and others are being removed." federal agents insist these deportations are routine and that the surge was planned before trump took office. some lawmakers aren't buying it. >> this is not a national security issue. this feels more like a huge shift in policy to get to. i want to deport 11 million
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people. and we're going to do everything in our power to stop that. >> but president obama was dubbed the deporter in chief for kicking out more than 2 million undocumented immigrants over eight years, something trump even praised. >> obama got tremendous numbers of people out of the country. well, i'm going to do the same thing. >> but for many families, confusion and a question. are they safe? >> we're all heartbroken. and we still cannot believe that this is happening. >> reporter: mary bruce, abc news, washington. well, when we come back, our chief senior analyst contributor will have all you need to know from last night's "bachelor." >> plus a bonus "skinny" with grammy nuggets you may have missed but we certainly didn't. stay with us. that's coming up next. >> we'll have dipping sauce. h us. that's coming up next. >> we'll have dipping sauce. take mucinex dm. it'll take care of your cough. fine! i'll text you in 4 hours when your cough returns.
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♪ skinny, so skinny okay. so skinny time. plenty to get to from abc's bachelor franchise. >> it's time for us to get straight to our chief global senior bachelor analyst, jack sheahan. what's up? >> happy valentine's day. >> got the rose here. as the crowd dwidales here on abc's "the bachelor." six women started. last week we saw nick getting emotional with them. they tried to build some drama whether or not he was going to continue in this whole process. unfortunately, he did. >> oh. >> so off to bimini. roll that beautiful bachelor footage. this is a one-on-one date with vanessa and nick. there was snorkeling. >> nice. >> they were talking about emotions. later on, things were really looking good. vanessa gives it the old i'm falling in love with you, nick,
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to which she was answered, i really, really, really like you. >> awkward. >> not quite exactly what she was looking for, but no harm-no foul. there was no rose on the date. anyway, moving on. next, group date. nick, corrine, raven and christina. excuse me, they were swimming with sharks. this was relatively uneventful other than some jealousy. when is there not jealousy? raven on then gets the rose and by extension a hometown date. >> nice. >> sometime in the near future. hoxie, arkansas, may never be the same. >> here we come. >> next, one-on-one date. nick and our girl danielle m. >> yes. >> there was bike riding. they were shopping. there was basketball. you did get the sense that something wasn't right here. >> huh-uh. >> danielle m. said that she was
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falling in love with nick 150 bajillion percent. >> oh, too strong maybe? >> fair to say that nick was slightly less than that about danielle m. our girl danielle m. see you, ousted in the quarterfinals much like england at a major soccer tournament. >> heart broken. >> heart broken. somehow i survived the rest of the episode. there's now five women left. next, nick's not done. he goes to the women's suite, asks christina to step outside. >> uh-oh. >> christina, she's going out the door, too. >> she was my pick. >> so much for christina. she accused nick of not giving her a fair chance. it is what it is. kiss count. >> kiss count. >> kiss count. >> kiss count. >> kiss count stops this week at seven. >> not bad. >> not bad.
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not bad. you get one, one and done. that's pretty much it. on that note, analyst out. >> wow. but we have more bachelor news. well, so just 14 days now into black history month and now a huge mon mental moment in the history of black americans in this country that will za be remembered in the new african-american museum in washington, d.c. actually not, the next bachelorette will be black. rachel lindsay is actually a current contestant on the "bachelor." this is a little bit of a spoiler alert because we can probably pretty safely conclude that she is not going to end up with good old nick. she will be the first black bachelorette in the show. it's not all that unsuspected. >> rachel has been very popular this season. even receiving the first impression rose. looks like she made a great first impression on the abc executives, too. we'll be seeing a lot of her.
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daughter blue ivy and herself posing together before the performance. >> speaking of blue iy, you may have noticed her cheering on her mom. did you notice the little purse she was holding? turns out that little accessory, cost almost $2500. >> oh, my word. >> yeah. i had one like that. i think it cost about $5 when i was a kid. >> is there gold in that purse? >> $2500. which brings us to another person going over the top for the grammys cee lo green was there dressed head to toe in gold. he's always been a fashion forward guy. but this may have been a little too much even for him. >> he's been compared to c-3po, the golden snitch from harry potter and some creative artists even did this, comparing him to a ferrero rocher chocolate. >> then they superimposed him
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with president trump in his very golden penthouse. >> he blends right in. >> he does. >> melania, baron and ceelo. >> i should point out true story that picture was not photoshopped. neither was this one. this is an actual photo from trump tower there on fifth avenue. >> trump didn't even notice he was there. >> not at all. funny. chrissy teigen and john legend showing us what true love looks like or appears to look like on this valentine's day. >> and john's in charge of taking my jewelry off from monica. >> ow. >> this is just one. that's wrapped up. >> thank you. ow. >> she clearly had too good of a time at the grammys posting a series of hilarious drunk snaps. >> she's heard asking if john was mad at her. he said why would i be mad. >> she says because i got drunk. #relationship goals.
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making news in america this morning, breaking overnight, a major shake-up at the white house. the president's national security adviser has resigned. we have full details in a live report from washington. california crisis. emergency repairs being made right now at the nation's tallest dam. the work being done as nearly 200,000 people wait for word about going home. new this morning the dangers of distracted driving. one state's mounting death toll is serving as a warning to everyone behind the wheel. 100 wins trait for the uconn's women's basketball team. their incredible milestone has everyone wondering this morning can they ever be stopped? and a good tuesday morning to you. we begin with some breaking news, shaking up the

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