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this morning on "world news now," the clash of politics and sports intensifying. >> many nfl players across the country responded with defiance to trump's attack on those who chose not to stand for the national anthem. and the eminent threat in puerto rico. a dam in danger of failing, and thousands rushing for safety to higher ground. this is hurricane maria still threatening the east coast. in mexico, a faint glimmer of hope as search teams pull a dog alive from the rubble. this as they continue to search through rubble hoping to find human survivors. and remember the good old days when kids played with
buttons in their games. we're going to check out this little girl baffled by this outdated technology wondering why that gameboy isn't a touch screen. it is a mystery on this monday, september 25th. from abc news, this is "world neworld news now. >> wait until we give her a cassette player. let's start with the controversy and backlash growing at stadiums across the country, sparked of course by the president's criticism of football players. >> many stayed seated, took a knee, or locked arms in a show of solidarity. the protests started last year in opposition to police brutality and racial injustice. but president trump says his comments have nothing to do with race. >> last night, the nfl aired a commercial called "inside these
lines", depicting the league as a unifying force. it was a commercial they aired during the super bowl but decide last night would be fitting. here's abc's mary bruce. >> reporter: on this football sunday. ♪ oh, say can you see >> reporter: the nfl is sending a pmessage to president trump from detroit to buffalo and all the way to london at anthem plays the chorus of opposition on the field is growing. arms linked, fists raised. the national anthem at ford field ending with this moment. ♪ brave >> reporter: the patriots tom brady shoulder to shoulder with his teammates. in chicago, all but one of the steelers declined to take the field. the lone football player standing. and the titans and seahawks
sitting out the anthem all together. it started with this jab and crude language from the president on friday, taking on football players like colin kaepernick who kneel during the national anthem to protest social and racial injustice. >> wouldn't you love to see one of these nfl owners when somebody disrespects our flag to say get that son of a [ bleep ] off the field receiight now? he's fired. >> reporter: the president doubling down. >> they're making a lot of money. i'm not begrudging anything. i'm just saying they have to respect our flag and have to respect our country. >> reporter: and insists this has nothing to do with race. >> this has nothing to do with race or anything else. this has to do with respect for our country. >> reporter: on twitter a flurry of comments, if nfl fans refuse to go to games until players stop disrespecting other flag and country, you will see change take place faes. fire or suspend. but the nfl is backing its
players. in an unusually strong rebuke, the commissioner says divisive comments like these demonstrate an unfortunate lack of respect for the nfl, our great game and all of our players. now 66% of americans say he is doing more to divide the country than unite it. now the president says he did get a chance to watch some of these games, but he says what he saw was tremendous solidarity for our country and our flag. and on twitter, he add standing with locked arms is good, kneeling is not acceptable. mary bruce, abc news, landover, maryland. the president has been a unifying sore for many. there were maybe ten players who took part in the protests by kneeling, this weekend you had more than 200. there will be another opportunity when arizona plays dallas. >> it increased the issue more so. but it's not just football having issues with the
president. the golden state warriors were supposed to be invited to the white house. steph curry made comments about how he might not go, same with kevin durant. the president tweeted they're no longer invited. >> the entire team said they're not going to go. and other teams have said they're not going to go as well. mens basketball champions. >> the issue is now in the spotlight, like it or not. so far those protests have not spread to the world of racing but some have made it clear it won't be tolerated. >> richard petty was among those siding with president trump saying he would fire for any driver who did not stand for the national anthem and suggested anyone protesting in that way does not belong in the country. >> and president trump meanwhile has announced a new travel ban. last night he tweeted making america safe is my number one priority. we will not admit those into our country we cannot safely vet.
the new travel restrictions impact those from chad, iran, libya, north korea, somalia, syria, yemen and venezuela. some of those countries face a full ban. the rules are less severe for others. but some critics say despite the addition of non-muslim countries it still impacts muslims. the through restrictions take effect mid-october. the u.s. and north korea teetering toward confrontation. over the weekend. b-1 bombers and f-15 fighters took off under cover of darkness flying closer to the demilitarized zone than in decades. the president's use of rocket man in reference to kim jong un only makes a north korean attack on the u.s. more inevitable. in response, president trump tweeted just heard foreign minister of north korea speaking at u.n. if he echoes thoughts of little
rocket man they won't be around much longer. angela merkel has won a future term in office. but her party had one of the weakest showing at the polls since world war ii. that means she will have to form a governing alliance with other parties. the alternative party ran on a nationalist, anti-immigrant platform. the death toll in mexico stands at 320. it's been more than five days since the deadly magnitude 7.1 quake hit. no new human survivors have been found since wednesday, but a dog was pulled alive from the rubble just yesterday at one of two sites where rescuers are focussing efforts. and in puerto rico, a weakened dam is posing an imminent threat. families are scrambling to get away from potentially
life-threatening flooding. >> reporter: a dire situation. officials warning this dam at puerto rico could fail at any moment. >> we're encouraging folks to leave. >> reporter: aerial footage shows the spillway overflowing and ripping up everything in its path. now dam itself, more than three football fields wide, cracked and threatening to collapse. rescuers say getting to those in need is difficult. >> most of the searches that we're doing, the contacts that we're making with people who need help, we're doing it with boots on the ground. >> reporter: now describing conditions as apocalyptic. for five days millions cut off from the rest of the world without water, fuel or power. >> i know we're not going to get to everybody in time. >> reporter: the line for just $20 of gas, stretching for blocks. >> eight hours. >> yeah. >> reporter: as desperation mounts, an argument erupts
moments after this gas station shuts down. after a three-hour wait, bertha melendez is empty handed and angry. >> i'm very mad. this is an emergency. >> reporter: facing months without power, maria is now being called the biggest catastrophe the island has ever seen. authorities are watching to see how much water continues to push into this collapsed spillway. that evacuation is still in place. ? our thanks to eva pill grim in puerto rico. in the meantime, hurricane maria is not done yet. today north carolina will feel the effects of the category two storm. there's a storm surge watch in effect across portions of the north carolina coast. take a look at the spaghetti models. they show maria gradually weakening. it will be a category one hurricane by the time it heads east into the atlantic, but
that's not until late thursday into friday. jennifer lopez has joined the list of stars donating to the hurricane relief effort in puerto rico. >> she is donating $1 million to the cause and working with mark cuban to send airplanes filled with generators. lopez's parents were born on the island. and she still has family there. she said the disastrous conditions have left her relatives on the mainland hopeful for any kind of news. >> my cousin and i, our family still haven't been able to hear from all of our family over there, and we are concerned for them and everyone on the island. given the loss and devastation we need to pay attention and urgently support puerto rico and the caribbean requewith donatiod contributions. >> she is working with boyfriend alex rodriguez on the cause. >> they are trying to gain support for puerto rico as well as the other islands in the caribbean that were impacted.
kcoming up, we're going to head back to the gridiron. and a showboater. and we'll have other headlines, including a deadly church shooting that could have been much worse if not for the heroic actions of an usher >> do find us on facebook. wnnfans.com and join us for a conversation at 4:51 in the morning, who's not up at that time? and we're in the twitterverse as well.
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(colonial penn jingle) the u.s. has launched a spy satellite into orbit of the satellite took off on an atlas on saturday night. u.s. officials have not revealed what that satellite will be used for. this morning a 24 year old man is in custody after a shooting that left at least one person dead. >> he walked down the aisle shooting other worshippers. the suspect faces at least one count of murder. usher robert engle stopped the
rampage, and they call him a hero. >> he tackled him. he was hurt in his head. without him, it can be worse. >> the gunman was wounded during the struggle but has been discharged from the hospital. the woman he shot in the parking lot died from her injuries. police aren't sure of the motive, but the suspect hinted at a sudden attack on his facebook page. the st. louis area protesters arrested at a shopping mall have been released. many of a crowd of 200 cheered as they walked out. the aclu is questioning the force used in their arrest. one woman, a minister, is charged with assaulting an officer. a week-long conservative free speech showcase at the university of california, berkley ended after about an hour. most speakers canceled. but right wing commentator, milo
we will not be divide by this. we have a group of men who come from different socioeconomic backgrounds, races, crieeeds an religions, that's sports. but because of our position we get drug in the [ bleep ] to be quite honest with you. so some have opinions. some don't. we want to protect those that don't. we want to protect those that do. we came here to play a football game today. >> there you have it. the coach, mike tomlin on why his team remained in the locker
room during the anthem with the exception of this army veteran who served in afghanistan. >> athletes have been using their platform for social activism for decades and we have a look back. >> people call it black power. of course i'm black. of course i'm representing power. >> reporter: the 1968 summer olympics, one of the galvanizing images of its time. tommy smith and john carlos on the podium. >> a cry for freedom. here, notice me. i'm in need. put your need up. justice. >> this is a tradition in the african-american community, across the country. we've always had athletes to use their platforms to speak out on issues of social justice. >> reporter: also in the 1960s, it was mohammad ali, the heavyweight champion of the world, stripped of his title when he declared himself a
conschenn s conscientious objector. >> you won't stand up for my religious beliefs, and you want me to go fight but you won't stand up for me at home. >> reporter: billie jean king would be a figure for the women's movement. in 1996, this athlete failed to stand for the anthem e. then it was colin kaepernick, megan rapinot. and the nba's lebron james has embraced social activism. in public statements, on social media, even on the court itself. >> lebron james has a sense of social consciousness. >> it's time to look in the mirror and ask ourselves, what are we doing to create change. >> as a result of that, he uses his platform to speak out around
issues that's impacting the community that he is a part of. >> reporter: chris connelly, abc news, los angeles. let's move on now to game highlights, starting with the greatest quarterback in the history of man kind. he is. tom brady. connecting with brandon cooks for brady's fifth touchdown pass of the game, completing a come from behind victory against the houston texans there in foxborou foxborough, massachusetts. and elliott makes the goal. that is the longest kick in philadelphia's franchise history. the 22-year-old is now an instant hero in front of his hometown crowd. >> so the eagles have beaten the redskins and giants in their conference. and the dumbest play of the day goes to marcus cooper for picking up a blocked attempt.
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♪ it is time for your monday "mix." and many of us are creatures of habit when it comes to our food and where we're ordering from. there are certain places where you don't even need to look at the menu, it's like, i'll get this, this and this. there's this one guy in ireland who loves his chinese food and chinese food from one particular place, the golden dragon chinese restaurant there in ireland. so much so that he went just two days without ordering from them that they actually were concerned about his health. they actually september himnt he and said, hey, we want to make sure you're okay, we haven't heard from you in a long time. >> that's amazing.
>> we haven't seen you. are you all right? >> you always hope if you were to disappear someone would realize you're gone. >> it's been a few days, he goes this is when you know you need to stop ordering chinese take aways. and i woke up to that message from them. at least they care. >> i went to a diner and the waiter said he knew what i wanted. i'd never been there. he recognized my voice from the phone. i wasn't sure whether to be proud or embarrassed. anyway. >> own it. >> shall we move on? on to chris cahoon who gave his daughter his old game boy and decided she'll have a lot of fun with this. one problem. his daughter had no idea how to use the game boy. can you tell why? >> oh, she's -- >> she's so used to using a smartphone and touch screen devices she could not compute the fact that it does not have a
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this morning on "world news now." the growing backlash at stadiums across the country. nfl players respond with peaceful acts of defiance. a show of solidarity. against president trump's call for nfl owners to fire players who refuse to kneel for the national anthem. plus a deadly shooting spree at a church is under investigation. eyewitness say a masked gunman opened fire at the end of sunday's services before an usher stood up to that gunman, saving many others. we have full details ahead. and new this half hour, dangerous drones as one collides with a military helicopter after flying well above the legal height. >> a manhunt is under way for the pilot, and investigators are warning this could have been much worse. the major launch regarding sofia vergara and underwear. and how it can help women all
over the world. fresh undies for a good cause, and it's not even ratings month. this is monday, september 25th. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> every time you get a reminder of why you spent $60,000 on that journalism degree, you have fresh undies for a good cause. >> thank you sofia vergara. >> thank you. >> we'll dig into that a little later on, but we're going to start with the controversy a lot of people are talking about. president trump going head to head with players who dare to take a knee or sit during the national anthem. >> nearly every member of the oakland raiders refused to stand for the anthem, joining players around the league, outraged by president trump's call for any who kneel to be fired. richard cantu has more. ♪ oh, say can you see
>> reporter: after the nfl sent a clear message to donald trump all day sunday, taking a knee, locking arms, some players raising fists into the air, the president is somewhat back-pedaling on some aspects of his attack on nfl players who kneel during the national anthem to protest racial han social -- social injustice. >> wouldn't you love to see one of these nfl owners when somebody disrespects our flag to say get that son of a [ bleep ] off the field right now, he's fired. he's fired! >> reporter: many are viewing the president's reaction to predominantly black athletes, in stark contrast to his comments about white protesters. >> with the venom and anger, that he could muster more of that for colin kaepernick than for the deadly protests in charlottesville, that's just stunning. >> reporter: now trump insisting sunday evening. >> this has nothing to do with race. >> reporter: and what about the barrage of tweets, telling nfl fans to boycott games until players stop disrespecting the country and the flag.
>> are you calling on your supporters to boycott? >> i think it's very disrespectful to the flag. >> reporter: some in the nfl openly attack the president. >> seems like every time he's opening his mouth, it's something dividing our country and not pulling us together. >> reporter: while fans like these in philadelphia clash over the controversy ignited by the president. >> i hate you! >> reporter: richard cantu, abc news, new york. >> nfl donors, many who donated to the trump campaign are expressing support for their players and the right to protest. >> owners donated millions, but now they're fighting back. robert kraft says he's deeply disappointed. and former jets coach, rex ryan now regrets backing the president. >> i'm pissed off, i'll be honest with you. because i supported donald trump. calling our players sobs and that kind of stuff, that's not
the men that i know. the men that i know no the locker room, i'm proud of. >> treasury secretary steve mnuchin was among those defending the president's remarks. he said the players can have the right to the first amendment off the field. mnuchin added that the league should create and enforce rules to make the players stand for the anthem. oakland catcher bruce maxwell is from a military family. he held his hand to his heart and faced the flag as he knelt. he says he's received both support and threats in reaction. police are holding a 24 year old man after a shooting at a church. it might have been worse if not for the courageous actions of an usher. adrian bankert with more. >> reporter: the small tennessee church ripped apart by a gunman on a deadly shooting rampage. >> the church of christ, people have been shot that location.
>> reporter: the first calls came in at 11:15 as the service at burnette church of christ let out. >> this is a level one mass casualty incident. >> reporter: police say the gunman killed one woman in the parking lot, then made his way inside, all the way to the pulpit. >> the guy came from the right side of the church and he was just shooting. he was just shooting. he just came right to the middle. >> reporter: minerva's dress bloody from helping the pastor, one of seven hurt along with 68-year-old linda bush. >> she was pretending to be dead so he wouldn't shoot her again. >> reporter: after several moments of horror, robert engle, a church usher confronts the shooter. >> he tackled him. he was hurt in the head. without him, i think can be worse. >> reporter: the gunman now identified by police as emmanuel sampson was shot during the struggle. police say that heroic usher saved lives. >> this church usher, an extraordinarily brave individual.
>> reporter: police are still looking into the shooter's motives. he is a former member of this church. the u.s. attorney's office has opened up a civil rights investigation into the shooting. adrian bankert, abc news, antioch, tennessee. we move on to puerto rico. there are fears that a dam protecting thousands of hurricane maria victims may fail at any moment. >> thousands are in the path of the dam and have been told to evacuate. an area that holds excess water from the dam is already overflowing. mean while, millions are affected by hurricane-related gas crises. some people waited as long as eight hours to fill up for gas. more than 120,000 gallons of diesel fuel are being sent to the island. >> and maria is expected to bring tropical force winds. to east coast of the u.s. mainland. the surge could be up to four feet. high surf and dangerous rip currents expected along the east coast throughout the week.
advisories stretch from florida all the way up to new england. and the u.s. made a show of force against north korea over the weekend. american b-1 bombers and f-15 fighters flew further north of the dmz in two decades. it came after a sharp exchange of words between president trump and a north korean official who spoke at the u.n. steve mnuchin defended the president's stand against kim jong un. >> this is not about personalities. this is not personal. this is about someone testing nuclear weapons, a hydrogen bomb that was dramatically bigger than any bomb used. this is about sending missiles over japan's airspace. these things are not going to be continued to be allowed. and the president has made that very clear. >> mnuchin said the world should unite against north korea's mom promise to test a hydrogen
bomb over the pacific ocean. senate republicans are making a late change to the bill. they're adding $14 million for states to spend on coverage, but the legislation remains in critical condition. ahead of an expected vote this week. lawmakers faced raucous crowds in their home states. >> obamacare doesn't allow us to innovate. it's a one-size-fits-all. and iowa is certainly not the same as texas, california or new york. >> it's very difficult for me to envision a scenario where i would end up voting for this bill. >> right now they don't have my vote. and i don't think they have mike lee's either. >> the intention is not to take down the bill. the intention is to make the bill better. >> you see rand paul and john mccain have already said they will vote against the bill. lisa murkowski of alaska is uncommitted and is one more no-vote would sink the effort. jared kushner is under fire for using a private e-mail
to conduct government business. his attorney says the president's son-in-law and white house senior adviser september fewer than 100 such messages and all were forwarded to kushner's account and retained. federal rules require that e-mails from officials be kept. more scientific wonders and how bill nye, the science guy reacted to a group of young women having an impromptu dance party in a vegas elevator. high-flying drones getting a little too much distance off the ground and colliding with an aircraft. we'll have the details surrounding the latest incident. first, here's a look at today's forecast. "world news now" weather, brought to you by liberator medical supply.
>> this is actually like the second crash of that particular sort of plane in less than two weeks. i would say there is a lot officials are going to look into when it comes to the cause. >> investigations already under way. in the meantime, police are searching for the operator of a drone that smashed into a military helicopter. over new york city. the cho the chopper had been providing security during the u.n. conference. >> this is the first time a drone has interfered with an aircraft and officials are worried it won't be the last. erielle reshef has details. >> reporter: the push to find the pilot who slammed a drone into this black hawk helicopter. the crash the first between a drone and a military aircraft. it happened 500 feet above a new york neighborhood. the faa says it's illegal to fly private drones that high. the 82nd airborne pilot managed to land safely. he was tasked with protecting the u.n. general assembly. this fragment of the drone, the only clue about who may have been flying it.
had >> sooner or later, we're going to lose an aircraft due to a collision. >> reporter: law enforcement increasingly dealing with these high-flying hazards. >> we just got a near mid-air collision with a drone. >> reporter: this summer one came close to a police aircraft in massachusetts. another close to a police chopper in north carolina. >> it could have been a catastrophic event. >> reporter: none of the paratroopers inside that black hawk were injured. the 82nd airborne division tells us the pilot had no warning the drone was nearby. erielle reshef, new york. >> when drones first came out, one of the big concerns was privacy. but a lot of people are not realizing how much of a danger the drones can pose in this respect. >> a safety issue. it's illegal to be able to fly drones in new york city. it's restricted. but still, many times you'll see on the east side or west side,
plenty of drones flying, taking pictures of the hudson river or east river. and there are many helicopters and planes in those areas. so really have to be careful up there. regulation. and in this case, the drone wasn't flying where it was supposed to. those regulations aren't necessarily equalizing enforcement. coming up, the memorial for a rock legend. although it looks a lot more like an actor who is alive. and sofia vergara's underwear for a good cause. "the skinny's" next. underwear for a good cause. "the skinny's" next.
♪ skinny ♪ so skinny we are leading off "the skinny" this monday with within of the richest women in hollywood, expanding her empire, with underwear subscriptions. >> so sofia vergara is known best for playing gloria on "modern family." it's not just the show helping her rake in $41.5 million. she has various things.
licensing deals and starting today she'll have one more. she's launching eby. a subscription service where you can get underwear and other items to your home on a regular basis. >> the company is for profit but hopes to do good as well by giving 10% of its proceeds to micro loans, helping women in underprivileged parts of the world start their own businesses. but this whole subscription-based thing, especially with underwear. >> i hadn't heard of underwear subscriptions. >> yes, i know some friends who do it. if only i could get away with it. >> it would be a better idea if they could somehow send me underwear when i go on vacation and forget to pack it. >> that happens to me as well and then i pick other options. >> we'll move on. next to the late godfather
of grunge, kurt cobain. after his death he is still inspiring artists all over the world. some were confused when a memorial mural was released in austria, resembling a different famous face from the '90s. >> so david spade tweeted the image out saying everyone is sending me this. and -- >> it looks exactly like him. >> yeah. did you see the quote? apparently, it wasn't a mistake. the artist meant to do it, fashioning it after an already existing meme, meaning to troll nirvana fans. and others who are nostalgic toward the '90s. >> okay, so there's more that it's just a joke. the quote on it reads it's better to burn out than fade away, which is a neil young lyric. >> there are so many different layers to it. >> what was wrong with putting a
kurt cobain quote up there and making it a picture of kurt cobain. would that have been too easy? >> and isn't shade being thrown at david? >> i don't understand what david spade has to do with kurt cobain. okay. next to the sex god that is bill nye. the science guy who gets wild in las vegas. he taught an entire generation about the wonders of science with his after-school show, taking the torch from mr. wizard making science fun. but guess what else is fun? selfies in an elevator. can we take a selfie? >> check it out. this is what nye walked into when he got into an elevator. >> no! >> oh, my gosh. >> wow! >> yeah, a group of bikini-clad pool partiers snapchatting in the elevator, when in walked
he had his bow type, his sweet burgundy suit. he already knows what's up with the pool parties. earlier this month, he was chillin', pool side with some friends that included flavor flav, now we know why he was so chill in that elevator. >> all right. >> in an unrelated note, i saw that neil glass tyson will be in vegas. some movie magic real estate for sale. the home of ricky bobby played by will ferrell is for sale. listed at $4.2 million. >> a nearly 10,000-square-foot home has five bedrooms and six full baths and lots of cream and beige decor. it has two piers overlooking
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one more way you've got what it takes to protect. yes, yes. >> some other time. >> enough of that. >> no more rhymes now, i mean it. >> we are celebrating the 30th anniversary of "the princess bride." 30 years. that was andre the giant, mandy patinkin. >> one of the most memorable scenes. we may love this movie now, but back then it wasn't box office gold. it only earned like $200,000 in its first weekend. the rob reiner film, but it went on to become a cult classic and
getting a second chance with a limited release october 15th. >> inconceivable! >> it is conceivable. it is one of the most-quoted movies of all time. let's look back at some of the most popular quotes. >> inconceivable! inconceivable! inconceivable. inconceivable. >> i don't think it means what you think it means. >> he always shouted inconceivable, five times throughout the movie. but it actually felt like he said it a lot more. >> the actor by the way knew he was not the first choice to play this role. apparently, it was danny devito. so he spent his entire time being really paranoid that he was going to be fired every day, which worked really well with the character he was playing. he's supposed to be a paranoid character. >> inconceivable. >> yeah, it was. now to the next line.
>> you killed my father. prepare to die. >> so, yeah. mandy patinkin's since hung up his sword. you might recognize him as saul from "homeland." but he says not a day goes by that someone doesn't ask him to say that line. >> and the last line, one more. >> as you wish. as you wish. >> as you wish. >> so that's the only thing that young wesley ever said to buttercup and how he revealed who he was in the movie, helps robin wright throwing herself down the hill right after him. >> the movie had a $16 million budget and they had special effects. the stunt double is actually a guy rolling down the hill.
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