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Feb 28, 2016 6:30pm EST
, no. george: you're also going to take the stage and present. >> i'm presenting best live action short. george: you also are a big "star wars" fan and you're wearing "star wars"-related clothing. >> this? uh, falcon cuff links and darth vader socks. george: you're a darth vader fan over the other one? >> i just like darth vader because he's pretty cool. george: have you told j.j. abrams you need to be in another "star wars" movie? >> i told colin. he's doing the next "star wars." george: what is your next movie? >> i have four movies coming out. "book of henry," and then boot book of henry," and then "book of henry," george: and two other ones. >> and shutin and -- george: very good. have fun presenting at the oscars. this kid knows more about hollywood than i do and he's 9. kristen: i don't know about that but what a cutie he is. i am kristen aldridge and we are stationed here at our exclusive vantage point overlooking this red carpet. i'm joined by supermodel roshumba williams and celebrity photographer yu tsai. we are talking all things fashion. sofia vergara is a star that keeps br
Jul 15, 2013 3:00am PDT
>>> this morning on "world news now," nation divided. the protests for and against the george zimmerman verdict. as the man who went on trial for killing trayvon martin fears for his own life. >> he will never be able to just walk down the street and not worry about who's looking at him or who's walking behind him. >> as demonstrators from coast-to-coast take to the streets. >>> heartthrob's death. remembering cory monteith. the unforgettable star from the hit show, "glee." ♪ why you look so sad tears are in your eyes ♪ >> the young star's fans express grief. and co-stars remembering his long time struggles. >>> and embarrassing errors. the list of books assigned to students over the summer. with one spelling mistake after another. the school district that's in damage control mode. it's monday, july 15th. >>> good morning, i'm rob powers, in for john muller. >> i'm diana perez. we want to welcome rob, first time with us. from our neighbors at wabc. you do sports for them. >> i'm the local sports guy at wabc in new york. and i have the pleasure of sitting next to you. >> we
Jul 9, 2013 2:35am EDT
, have a good one. you're a nice lady. >> a dramatic day in the george zimmerman trial. yesterday his attorneys presented their first full day of witnesses. >> we heard from the first testimony of trayvon martin's father. here is abc's dan abrahams. >> the state versus george zimmerman. >> reporter: one of the most crucial questions in the george zimmerman case. >> do you roy that voice? >> reporter: who was heard yelling for help on the various 911 calls placed that night. >> did you need police, fire, medical. >> maybe both, i'm not sure there's just someone screaming outside. [ scream ] >> do you think he's yelling help? >> yes. >> reporter: prosecutors argue the voice was that of 17-year-old trayvon martin. shot once in the chest and killed. after a confrontation with zimmerman last february. >> is it a male or female? >> sound like a male. >> reporter: now all eyes and ears are on the 911 calls who could help show who was the aggressor, who was on top, who was beating who before the fatal shot was fired? and was this self defense as zimmerman claims. >> so help you god? >> i do.
Apr 12, 2012 2:35am EDT
. george zimmerman now faces second-degree murder charges in the death of trayvon martin. >> a special prosecutor in florida announced the charges last night. and the gunman was booked into jail before today's court appearance. it's thursday, april 12th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >>> good thursday morning, everybody. i'm rob nelson. >> i'm paula faris. what a dramatic turn of events. george zimmerman came out of hiding to face justice. trayvon martin's parents were emotional after hearing about his arrest and court appearance in the orlando area later today. george zimmerman facing up to life in prison if convicted of second-degree murder. >> this surprised a lot of folks. some believed it would be a lesser charge of manslaughter here. but the prosecutor who has a pretty tough rep saying we're going for second-degree murder. and the phrase you'll hear a lot as things move forward is depraved mind. they have to prove that george had a depraved mind. what led him to do this shooting. first-degree murder would have to be premeditated. they still have t
Jul 15, 2013 2:30am EDT
demonstrations across the country, following the george zimmerman verdict. this morning, los angeles protesters rallying against the verdict are gathering in the streets. here in new york, there were several arrests overnight. >> in trayvon martin's hometown of miami there were peaceful calls for change. here's carlos suarez, from our miami station. >> reporter: the cries were justice rang loud. they remembered trayvon martin. the scene at times was all-too familiar. the group began their march at the torch of friendship in downtown miami. there, the signs of anger and look of disappointment were firm. but the rallying cry was different. demonstrators used the opportunity to try to move past the verdict. >> i think we have the foundation, now, to have a real debate in this country around guns and the use of deadly force. and i will work to continue that. >> i'm a black youth. and just to see one black youth die, that's crazy. it's like, when is it going to stop? it's been going on for too long. >> reporter: there were renewed calls that the stand your ground law be changed. and that's what this
Jul 16, 2013 2:35am EDT
acquitted george zimmerman and why they acquitted him is because of the evidence they were presented. it had a lot to do with what he was charged with. i think that goes back to what the experts are saying. >> the tough reality of our justice system, it's not so much about what is the truth but what can be proven and that's a tough reality. >> that is just the way it is, unfortunately. >>> a developing story we're following overnight from chicago. lawyers for rob blagojevich filed an appeal challenging his corruption conviction and a very stiff 14-year prison term. blagojevich has served six months of that term so far. he was convicted of corruption, including a plan to profit from appointing someone to fill president obama's senate seat. >>> jurors in michael jackson's trial heard from his mother. aeg lawyers played a tape from her deposition. she said she didn't expect him to tour for long. earlier a witness for the plaintiff testified jackson could have made more than $1 billion from concert tour and las vegas show. >>> ed ward snowden is more than stuck in that the moscow airport
Oct 10, 2011 3:00am PDT
christians. >>> and later, politics at the movies. george clooney and ryan gosling's film "ides of march" did well at the box office. get our take on it in "insomniac theater." >> good review so far. >> ryan gossling on a roll this year. >> george clooney, oscar buzz. everything about that. before all of that. religious leaders among those spending their sunday in the growing protests on wall street. >> now that hacker group called anonymous is threatening to support the demonstrations by attacking wall street computers today. sharon reid reports on the growing anger. >> reporter: from chicago to charlotte to indianapolis, iowa city, cleveland, and buffalo, the outrage is spreading. the occupy wall street movement is in more than 250 cities and it doesn't stop there. protests have gone global taking place on every continent except antarctica. >> we are the 99%. >> reporter: demonstrators joined in a chorus against corporate greed. >> i'm not frustrated, i'm mad as hell. >> it is hard to afford food sometimes. i almost lost my house last year. >> this is a group of people who are up
Jul 12, 2013 1:40am PDT
consideration provided by... >>> this morning on "world news now" -- the trial of george zimmerman now in its final hours. the emotional closing arguments continue later today. >> plus, rising rates. if you are in the market to buy a home you might want to do it soon as interest rates climb to levels not seen in years. >> and, listen up -- if you are a woman who works these hours, late night, and we know lots of you out there do, some important medical news this morning about the link between night work and breast cancer. >> in "the skinny," a new low for paparazzi. what some photographers had to say about little suri cruise. it's friday, july 12th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." ♪ >> back. not a repeat. from six months ago. >> this is all old news. >> right. >> welcome back. one night only. >> one night only. just here -- filling in for john. feels good to be back. caffeinated ready to roll. >> you have been doing great during the daytime hours. you have just been rolling. >> they've been working me. working me. >> working hard. >> been to boston for hernandez.
Jul 9, 2013 1:40am PDT
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Jul 25, 2013 1:40am PDT
to fight for so many other young, black and brown boys of this country. >> reporter: after george zimmerman was acquitted of murdering 17-year-old trayvon martin, his father, tracy martin, made the opening remarks at the first-ever meeting of the congressional caucus on black men and boys. martin, a truck driver by profession, has appeared in multiple interviews and public appearances since the july 13th verdict. george zimmerman had all but disappeared until last week when police say he happened upon an suv that rolled over and helped the family of four escape the vehicle. witnesses called 911. >> there was tons of smoke and other people are starting to rush toward the vehicle. >> zimmerman's lawyer acknowledged the incident was often coincidental and invited the family to tell its side of the story. but fearful of retribution, the family backed out. >> they're fighting. they're worried. trembling voices. >> did they change their phone number? not answering the phone? asked for police at their house? >> they have done all that. >> reporter: one man trying to keep the spotlight on
Mar 26, 2012 3:00am PDT
an amazing thing. >> absolutely. >>> also defending neighborhood watchman george zimmerman. he's not been arrested in the shooting death of trayvon martin but his attorney and a family friend are speaking out. what they have to say about zimmerman. >>> later this half hour, while most of the country enjoyed one of the mildest winters in decades, the insect population has been multiplying so watch out this spring. it's bound to bug you. we'll talk about that. >> rob nelson's story that one is. >>> first, we're going to start with hundreds of cuban americans who will be among those welcoming the pope when he arrives on the island later today. >> benedict traveling to havana tomorrow with thousands of faithful who are awaiting his arrival. diana alvear reports from cuba. >> reporter: the stage is set for pope benedict xvi. crews are working to perfect every detail for the first papal visit in 14 years. sunday, the pope was met with rapturous excitement by hundreds of thousands of catholics in mexico. he delivered a message of peace for a nation torn by drug wars. while in havana, a pack
Mar 29, 2015 6:00pm EDT
in an interview with our own george stephanopoulos. >> we're not going to change the law, okay? if the general assembly in indiana sends me a bill that adds a section and clarifies what the law really is, i'm open to that. >> reporter: pence arguing similar laws are on the books in other states. but critics say the indiana version, signed thursday, gives businesses a license to discriminate. allowing them to refuse services to gay couples for religious reasons. a point george asked the governor about repeatedly on abc's "this week." >> do you think it should be legal in the state of indiana to discriminate ainst gays or lesbians? >> george -- >> it's a yes or no question. >> come on. hoosiers don't believe in discrimination. this is about protecting the religious liberty of every hoosier of every faith. >> yes or no, should it be legal to discriminate against gays and lesbians? >> george, you're following the mantra of the last week online and you're trying to make this issue about something else. >> one fix that people have talked about is simply adding sexual orientation as a pro
Jul 26, 2013 1:40am PDT
harry says when he met his nephew first time, george alexander louis of cambridge was crying his eyes out as most babies do. harry is ready to pitch in with babysitting duties. >> fantastic to have another addition to the family. i only hope he knows how much my baby-sitting duties are. well done, harry. he says that part of his job, seek the future king. out of harm's way. make sure he has fun, an area where harry has expertise. >> the fun aunt and uncle. >> yes, they are. >> let's make them a couple. >> great idea. talked about that the other day. they would be perfect. >>> we we told you earlier this week about the economic speech the president delivered in illinois. now an a-able detail from the visit. >> centers around 4-year-old gauge maska. his aunt works for the white house. he was at the airport wednesday when air force one arrived. president obama worked the rope line. as he got closer, gauge's attention was trailing off, but the president was able to win it right back. >> he said bud. >> called you bud? >> yeah. >> that's pretty cool. >> how about a high five, bud? >> i gav
Mar 26, 2012 2:30am EDT
over the weekend. >> the shooter george zimmerman has not spoken publicly about the incident but his similar insisting zimmerman will be cleared. here's deidre bryant. >> reporter: demonstrations of support for trayvon marted extended throughout the day on sunday. a continuation of the grownswell of protests that earlier spilled insidy in nation's churches. people donned hoodies and prayed for justice for the unarmed 17-year-old shot dead last month by a neighborhood watchman in florida. zimmerman has not been charged. he's been in hiding. how does he react to all the outrage? >> i think he's surprised of the way -- the magnitude of the way things have taken off. it's become a national issue. a national issue over calling him a racist and that's definitely not who george zimmerman is. >> reporter: zimmerman's attorney believes the stand your ground rule will apply in this case. he'll argue his client was attacked by martin. >> are you following him? >> yeah. >> okay. we don't need you to do that. >> will it be hard to build a case of self-defense when you hear those words? you don't
Feb 27, 2012 2:40am PST
like an oscar. i don't understand how george even let her do that. >> she's a beautiful woman. >> she's a beautiful woman. the dress is beautiful. a different style i think on the dress. and color. and style. color's beautiful. >> melissa mccarthy. >> melissa mccarthy. >> she's hysterical. >> we're talking about clothes. we're not talking about the personality. we're talking about the clothes here. she got the diamonds around her -- i mean, the worst thing to do when you're that size. >> what about judy greer? >> judy greer. she's finally starting to get known, judy greer, and then she comes up with that like racetrack silver. i mean, i think she could have done a much better job. much more sophisticated job. something a little bit different. >> best hair and makeup, ten seconds. >> best hair and makeup. what was her -- >> jessica -- >> jessica, yes. with the red hair. i have to tell you, she looked magnificent. her hair. i know it for a fact. it's so hard to do hair and makeup on red. and she just looked beautiful. >> and our thanks to beauty critic cindy barshop. we will be
Mar 30, 2015 3:30am EDT
pence coming forward to defend the law in an interview with our own george stephanopoulos. >> we're not going to change the law, okay but if the general assembly in indiana sends me a bill that adds a section and clarifies what the law really is, then i'm open to that. >> pence arguing similar laws are on the books in other states. critics say the indiana version gives businesses a license to discriminate, allow them to refuse services to gay couples for religious reasons. a point george asked the governor about repeatedly on abc's "this week." >> do you think it should be illegal in the state of indiana to discriminate against gays or lesbians? >> george -- >> it's a yes or no question. >> hoosiers don't believe in discrimination. this is about protecting the religious liberty of every hoosier of every faith. >> yes or no, should it be legal to discriminate against gays or lesbian? >> george, you are following the mantra of the last week on-line. you are trying to make this issue about something else. >> one fix people talked about is simply adding sexual orientation as a protected cla
Feb 27, 2012 3:40am EST
enthusiastic acceptance speech. but we were both wrong. we picked george clooney of "the descendants" to win. everyone loves george. he was kind of the sentimental favorite going in, but he did not win at all last night. but i'm sure he's with stacey keibler. he's still having a good night. so it's all right. lastly in the actress category you -- >> yes. i picked "the iron lady" and meryl streep. >> you nailed it. >> so i'm up 2 what now? >> you're up 2 to zip to me. and this is an incredible stat on meryl here, she's been nominated 17 times. the most nominated actor or actress ever in the history of the oscars. but she hasn't won since "sophie's choice" back in the early '80s. all these years -- >> that's unbelievable. >> it really is. she's long overdue. it really was her moment. she gave a great speech and also had a tender embrace with the person i thought was going to win, viola davis. i thought there was a lot of momentum going into it. but she didn't pull it out. but meryl's a legend. viola's just breaking through now. we're not done seeing her. she's on to bigger and better things. >
Jun 27, 2014 1:42am PDT
, some fun with our own george stephanopoulos playing a big role on "jeopardy!" last night. he will put our knowledge. you and me, our knowledge to the test. >> i'm nervous. >>> the next half hour, an appropriately named pilot trying to do today what her namesake did not. stay with us. you are watching "worl ♪ when you recognize something isn't right, make the call to the veterans crisis line at 1-800-273-8255 and press 1. >>> getting nervous. i was never good at jeopardy ever. >> me either. >> george stephanopoulos is one of the busiest guys in news anchoring "good morning america," anchoring "this week" and chief anchor of abc news. >> all pretty cool stuff. george is now part of "jeopardy" history. last night a george stephanopoulos category. >> can't wait. >> our producers our producers thought it might be interesting to see how tahman and i didn't get any questions right or wrong. >> you know he was a rhodes scholar. >> here we go, george. >> on this week, a journalist told me about documents that showed me this agency had been tracking trillions of phone calls and not telling us
Sep 1, 2014 3:00am PDT
. >> they love their cars and the cruise. hey, you can imagine when george's corvette, he stole his heart, too, but today decades later it's finally on the mend. got to check out this story. the last time george saw his 1979 corvette, jimmy carter was president and people listened to music on cassettes. >> it had the t-tops on it. i liked to take the t-tops back. it was great on the road. it was attractive. the ladies liked them. >> you might say it was love and it always impressed his number one girl. >> i remember getting picked up from school and my dad pulling up and all the kids being like oh, your dad has a vet, he's got a stingray and i'm like oh, yeah, that's my dad, he's the coolest. >> george cruised detroit with his vet. for two years. but then the love affair was over. the corvette stolen. >> i was in shock. i called the police. i made a police report. and i haven't seen it since july of 1981. >> he tried to put it out of his mind not mentioning it once in car talks with his buddies over the years. >> the one that got away, he let it go. >> then on the unluckiest of is j
Aug 30, 2013 1:40am PDT
giant setback as the opposition raises red flags. >> family secrets. the wife of george zimmerman who went on trial for the trayvon martin shooting death. reveal their hideout and her fears during the controversial case. >> nfl hit -- the money the pro football league must pay injured players who were hurt on the field. and never fully recovered. critics ask, is it enough. >> in "the skinny," the moment fergie will never forget. the new guy in the singer's life who is changing everything. it's friday, august 30th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now" with john muller and diana perez. >>> good morning, everybody. we are going to begin this half-hour with the latest on syria. if president obama decides to take action against the assad regime he may be on his own. >> the british parliament voted against taking military action. it was a major defeat for prime minister david cameron who still believes syria deserves a tough response. cameron says he will respect the will of the parliament. >> now team of united nations chemical weapons experts is expected to leave syria to
Jul 14, 2010 3:05am EDT
' george steinbrenner. >> if you don't like it you're fired! >> it's wednesday, july 14th. >> from abc news, this is "world news now." >> and we posted something about george steinbrenner on our facebook fan page. i was just looking on our ipad to see what people are saying. and there was one comment that really caught my eye. someone wrote in and said, always opinionated, never boring. steinbrenner was really a quintessential new yorker. >> that's a great summary. a new york legend for sure. good morning and thanks for joining us today. >>> a critical test of the new oil well cap in the gulf has hit a snag. bp says it needs more time before the test can actually begin. >> there are few details about what led to the decision or exactly when the new containment cap will be tested. preparations had been well under way during the day before the delay was called. >> the goal is to slowly close that down, at that point there will be no hydrocarbons exiting from the capping stack, and we'll go into a period where we're going to start taking pressure readings. >> more seismic tests should be
Jun 25, 2013 1:40am PDT
opening statements in the george zimmerman trial. the former neighborhood watch volunteer is accused of shooting unarmed teenager trayvon martin in sanford, florida. the first words jurors heard from the prosecutor were quoting zimmerman's call to 911. >> [ bleep ] punks, these [ bleep ] they always get away. those were the words in that grown man's mouth. as he followed in the dark a 17-year-old boy who he didn't know. >> among the first witnesses to be called was emergency dispatcher who took that call from zimmerman. this is an emotional trial. i mean trayvon martin's mom walked out during that 911 call. and it's only expected to get worse for her because while the prosecution is saying that it's zimmerman screaming f, the defee is saying zimmerman is the one screaming for help in the 911 call. the defense is saying that's trayvon martin screaming for his life. >> they'll let the jury decide for themselves. not going to allow voice analysts comment on that. very interesting in the opening statements. just, you know. >> bizarre. >> bizarre in both cases. clearly the defense's openi
Jul 10, 2013 2:35am EDT
." that looks better than the boy george one. >> interesting hair-do. >> a little. >> robin hood days. >> yes. >> in mileage and gas spent $40. he plans to bill the city. interesting to see if the city will pay him. >> weaned ind up. hopefully they don't write a ticket. to be continued. we'll see. >> i think you are right. >> announcer: more >>> this morning on "world news now" -- anger in court. the judge in the george zimmerman trial walk out late last night after 13 hours of testimony. why today is a key day in the case. >> intense impact -- alarming details what happened on board the jumbo jet that slammed into the runway in san francisco while witnesses share incredible stories. >> i stayed with them. hung out with them. comforted them. just yelling, yelling, for ambulances, fire trucks anyone to come help. >> what the fed now say about the airline crew and where the investigation will go next. >> it's personal. young country music singer puts his heart and money into a song and video with a very strong message. >> i was so obsessed with telling the story and it is resonated with
Apr 12, 2012 2:40am PDT
. george zimmerman came out of hiding to face justice. trayvon martin's parents were emotional after hearing about his arrest and court appearance in the orlando area later today. george zimmerman facing up to life in prison if convicted of second-degree murder. >> this surprised a lot of folks. some analysts really believed it would be a lesser charge of manslaughter here. but the prosecutor who has a pretty tough rep saying we're going for second-degree murder. and the phrase you'll hear a lot as things move forward is depraved mind. they have to prove that george had a depraved mind. what led him to do this shooting. first-degree murder would have had to have been premeditated. second degree, a slightly lesser bar. they still have to prove what was his mind-set at the time. should be interesting how this proceeds legally. >> it's all based on stand your ground, a controversial law in florida. >> we'll get to that in just a second. >>> plus, what a difference a day makes in politics. mitt romney forgets about his gop opponents and now starts swinging pretty hard at president obama.
Apr 12, 2012 2:35am EDT
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Apr 13, 2012 2:35am EDT
repeal would not save the 11 men currently on connecticut's death row. >>> george zimmerman is spending his second night behind bars. he's pretty much in isolation at this point. >> the community watch volunteer whose killing of unarmed teenager trayvon martin ignited a national firestorm faces many more nights in custody. abc's t.j. winick is in sanford, florida. good morning, t.j. >> reporter: good morning. george zimmerman's attorney would not rule out a pretrial motion to dismiss these charges because of florida's stand your ground defense. however, on thursday, his client did make the first of what is likely to be many court appearances. george zimmerman's first court appearance only lasted about four minutes and then his eyes darted around the room. he appeared calm in his blue/gray jump suit. he spoke only briefly. >> and you are represented by mr. o'mara. is that true? >> yes. >> reporter: he spent a woeful night isolated in protective custody and under constant watch. he wept for hours. >> he's tired. he's stressed. again, he has in effect been isolated for several weeks. that'
Mar 29, 2012 2:35am EDT
altercation. >> trayvon martin walked up to him. asked him, do you have [ bleep ] problem. george said, no, i don't have a problem. and started to reach for his cell phone. at that point, he was punched in the nose. he continued to beat george, and at some point, george pulled his pistol and did what he did. >> robert zimmerman said several break-ins have happened in the neighborhood and his son became suspicious when he saw someone walking in the rain between the tunnels with his hoody on, of course. >> no apology. no remarks to the family of trayvon martin, which i find jarring, too. that he wouldn't at least express some remorse to the young kid who is dead. but, anyway, moving on to other news. >>> an outrageous scam that's sweeping the country has cheated tens of thousands of folks out of millions of bucks. thieves either imitate your children or your grandchildren's voices, then they trick you into sending emergency money. and it's all done using facebook and other social media. with more here's ron claiborne. >> reporter: they are the sweetest of victims of the cruelest of scams
Aug 20, 2013 1:40am PDT
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Aug 11, 2011 2:05am PDT
the plug op the george lopez show. that's next on t t t t t t t t d ♪ >>> welcome back, everybody, time for your dale dose of entertainment new, yes. guess who is losing their talk show out of a job? the recession is hitting everybody. cbs canceled the george lopez show. they announced it yesterday. the interesting thing, here, too. it was coming out now, looked like conan did to george what jay did to conan on abc. conan comes along last year, pushes george to midnight. conan comes on at 11:00 and george's show took a 40% hit in the ratings. ratings for neither show, conan's or george's have been that great. conan is still around. i love conan, too, i hope he does well. viewership is down for both show, george is out of there. >> bottom line, nobody's watching. >> two funny guy, they'll move on to bigger and better. >> maybe if they change the lineup again. >> okay, rebecca black, you remember her, the youtube sensation that had the song "friday," you either loved it or hated it. a lot of people hated it. turns out at her school. she told abc's "nightline" she had to leave school
May 2, 2015 6:30pm EDT
george has a little sister. this afternoon, big brother got to meet the baby. he's already, you can see, got the royal wave down. and here it is. the world's first glimpse of the new royal heir leaving the hospital with her proud parents. so when will we learn her royal name? abc's bob woodruff joining us from london tonight. bob? >> reporter: well cecilia we don't know that name yet. it could take days. but right now, they are inside kensington palace, getting some rest. after two and a half hours of labor, less than 12 hours in the hospital, kate, alongside her husband, beaming, showing their new princess to the world. prince william and princess kate yet to announce her name. but before they left prince george got a chance to come see his baby sister at the hospital. the third in line taking a few steps, then gesturing to his father to take him back into his arms. prince george already mastering the royal wave. william mouthing in his son's ear, "good boy," and kissing him with pride. it was an incredible moment, reminiscent of william's visit to see his then baby brother prince harr
May 12, 2015 2:37am EDT
to see. >> george clooney and his wife. what he had to say about his highly anticipated new movie "tomorrow land." you're watching "world news now." >> "world news now" weather brought it out by mega red omega-3 crill oil. there's only two of us... how much dirt can we manufacture? very little. more than you think. (doorbell) what's that? what's this? swiffer sweeper. i came in under the assumption that it was clean. i've been living in a fool's paradise! leftovers. the unsung hero of meals. they get re-heated. re-nuked. and re-baked. and when leftovers are done... there's always stuff left over. new dawn platinum power clean calls dibs on those. it powers through tough, dried-on messes in seconds. even 48 hour stuck-on food. so go ahead, triple that recipe! a drop of dawn and grease is gone. lysol knows the soft places we love could be home to thousands of bacteria. but lysol disinfectant spray can help protect your family because it can also be used on soft surfaces. it kills 99.9% of illness causing bacteria won't stain and leaves your soft surfaces with a light fresh scent lys
Mar 30, 2012 2:35am EDT
shootinger weighing in on the surveillance tape showing george zimmerman at the police station. an attorney for martin's family says it clearly shows zimmerman was not injured as he claimed. but his brother robert disputes that saying that george is still sthefrg aftermath of an attack. >> he's still healing. it's not healed. he has very severe emotional injuries. he has -- he's been diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder. he was not right from the moment it happened. he didn't call his family and express anything but, you know, sadness. it was just a darkness. he had changed. he wasn't the same. he would never be the same. >> more family members speaking out. robert zimmerman says his brother actually showed great restraint during the incident and that he didn't just pull out his gun and shoot somebody. >>> now to capitol hill where house republicans pushed through their election year budget plan. the gop plan calls for $3.5 trillion in spending and it rejects higher taxes on the rich. it calls for deficit reduction while cutting medicare, food stamps and transportation. th
Mar 30, 2015 3:00am PDT
indiana to discriminate against gays or lesbians? >> george -- >> it's a yes or no question. >> our exclusive interview ahead. >>> do you need a buddy? the latest smartphone app that will help you put together a new crew of your choice if your existing crew of friends are just lame. >> a lot of my friends are married, having kids and nobody wants to do anything anymore that is even remotely fun. >> reporter: technology helping guys unite. it is monday, march 30th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >>> it's monday. >> it's monday. >> look at who we got. >> hey, guys. >> look at who we got happy to be back. >> back? when were you here last? >> it's been like a year. happy to be sitting here next to you. they told me you were coming in to town and i said. >> uh-huh. you are not the first. i get that a lot. good to have you. i'm t.j. holmes. we have to start. we have updates we continue to get them on the plane crash in the alps. more updates for you. >> friends and relatives are visiting a site not far from where the plane went down. visitors came from as far as co
Aug 20, 2013 2:35am EDT
. >> having george open starbuck's here gives us a meeting point in the morning to come down here or any time during the day the we have the ranger district giving us summaries of the previous day's activities and what they protect the fire to be doing. makes us feel a little bit more comfortable. >> all at once everyone tried to get out of here. it still looks look a ghost town around here. just refreshing having some one stand their ground almost and stay. >> reporter: george is a former fire fighter who charges the men and women on the front line nothing for the needed pick me up. >> they're busting their humps. working their tails off day and night. this fire has gone to a 24-hour fire they're watching it. they've don't get much rest. >> reporter: in a time of distress the homeowners look to one of their own, a community leader, whose open door policy means more than he could ever realize. >> thanks, george. most of all. >> it was an easy decision for us to make to stay open. >> it is not about any financial gains or anything lech that. >> and it is a coffee shop. >> yes. this is tru
Jul 17, 2013 1:40am PDT
about the verdict in the george zimmerman case. >>> plus, a heat wave for half the nation. millions are sweltering under 90-plus temperatures. and the end is still days away. >>> guns in america. an abc news/fusion investigation reveals how easy it is to buy a gun, even an automatic weapon. a few hundred dollars. a meeting at a fast food parking lot and nearly anyone can be armed to the teeth. >>> kim kardashian fires off a controversial tweet about the zimmerman case. we'll tell you what she had to say and why her followers responded saying it was a little hypocritical. it's wednesday, july 17th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >>> welcome in, everybody, on this fine day. once again, rob nelson joining us for the fun this evening. >> indeed. one more day. filling in. always good to be back. i want to say thank you to all the folks on facebook and twitter who said some kind things. thank you guys. i do miss the show. loyal fan base. >> and they tune in just to watch you. >> yeah, right. >> also wednesday is hump day, which reminds me of my favorite commercial on t
Jul 11, 2013 1:40am PDT
... who is nureyev? no. who is george balanchine? ah. let's look at the $600 clue now... what was the 19th amendment? nope. prabhu. oh. what is the 18th amendment? and with that, you lead a.j. by $1,000, and lynn gets to go first in double jeopardy! and we'll start that round in a moment or two. closed captioning sponsored in part by... all right, lynn, you get to pick first from these categories in this upcoming double jeopardy! round. notice the quotation marks there... you know all about them. some people think that "smart aleck" is an oxymoron. lynn, start us. 50 states for $400. what is alaska? uh, 50 states, $800. what is the horned toad? 50 states, $1,200. what is maine? $1,600, states. who is nikki haley? 50 states,0. all of those in new jersey. lynn, go again. uh, movie titles, $400. what is "the iron lady"? movies, $800. what is "wall-e"? movies, $1,200. what is "the rock"? movies, $1,600. oh, that was a big film-- "avatar." "avatar." how quickly we forget. a.j. close out the category, movie, $2,000. what is "the vow"? uh, we love "l.a."--$400. who is arm? no. sorry. lynn or a.j.
Dec 10, 2013 1:40am PST
bush and former president george w. bush. secretary of state clinton joining them on air force one, as well, for the long flight. as we said earlier, they reconfigured a little bit. secretary clinton taking over the chief of staff's cabinet. the president has his own apartment up front. presidents jimmy carter and former president clinton getting there on their own this morning. they will all be there today to celebrate nelson mandela. shortly we will be hearing from president obama as we see the mandela family right there. that is nelson mandela's grandson who is now seen as the read of the family, seeing tribal responsibilities. the family gathered outside of noond's home in johannesburg. and they are coming together to celebrate nelson mandela today. this memorial service will go on for several hours here in south africa, and then his body will be taken to pretoria where he will lie in state for three days before the funeral on sunday in his homeland. let's go back. >> a dignified and fitting memorial service in honor of our father, nelson mandela. >> winnie mandela there, forme
Jun 29, 2011 2:35am EDT
morning. george stephanopoulos anchors our coverage live at 11:30 eastern time. >>> the first named storm of the atlantic hurricane season is expected to make landfall this evening. >> tropical storm arlene is on track to hit the eastern coast of mexico, packing 60-mile-an-hour winds and coastal areas are bracing for heavy rain, flash flooding and mud slides. o arlene is bringing much-needed rain to south texas but there will be no direct hit on the u.s. >>> let's take a look at your wednesday weather. we do have showers from seattle to portland. also from the colorado rockies into utah, idaho, and montana. a washout from upstate new york to northern new england. showers and thunderstorms in the southeast and along the gulf coast. heat advisories from arkansas to arizona. >> phoenix pushes mercury up to 110. albuquerque 97. salt lake city 98. 80s from kansas. boston gets up to 82. and new york a comfortable 80. >>> we love these stories. they say that love is blind and apparently so are maternal instincts. you have to take a look at this. >> we have some evidence here. a golden retr
Oct 22, 2012 3:00am PDT
senator george mcgovern will be remembered at a funeral service on friday. he represented south dakota in congress. then ran for the white house in 1972, losing to president richard nixon in a historic landslide. he never gave up his cause trying to end world hunger. george mcgovern was 90 years old. >>> two americans among the seven new saints named by pope benedict. the first, native american saint, kateri tekakwitha, from the united states. the other is mother marianne cope, 19th century nun who cared for lepers in hawaii. both of the saints came from upstate new york, but, of course, they lived 200 years apart. >>> and on the road to the world series, it all comes down to tonight for the giants and the cardinals. san francisco's four-run, fourth inning, powered them to a game six win against st. louis. it forces tonight's do-or-die. the winner goes to the world series game seven. who would have thought it's a one-game season, but that's what it's coming down to. fall classic starts wednesday night in st. louis or san francisco. >> and who would have thought the yankees weren't going t
Nov 11, 2013 3:00am PST
"elephant in the room" cover. >> did that bother you or did you think it was clever. >> no, george. if i'm bothered by jokes about my weight, it's time for me to crawl up into a fetal position and go home. the fact is, you know, if they think it is clever, great for them. >> reporter: jokes aside, some republicans are questioning his conservative credentials, whether he's a good fit for the gop beyond new jersey. as for running in 2016 -- >> i'm the governor of new jersey and that's my job and what i asked for four more years. that's why intend to do. >> all four years? >> listen? who knows? i don't know. i will do my job and finish the job but everybody trying to figure out what life will bring you a few years from now -- i didn't expect to be sitting here four years ago, so no one can make those predictions. >> reporter: when asked about the health care rollout, he said it's not enough. susan saulny, abc news, washington. >>> coming up, a tale of two cities and a contest where the stakes have never been higher. >>> an official council is set to determine whether new york's new world
Apr 3, 2012 2:35am EDT
thing. you may have seen "good morning america" yesterday. george stephanopoulos was in a flying car. this thing has to become a reality. the jetsons is actually coming here. it's based in massachusetts. they've come up with a prototype flying car. it's actually completed its first flight. they call this the transition. has two seats, four wheels and also wings as you see there. the wings extending. literally can drive like a car but then fly. it flew at 1400 feet for about eight minutes during that prototype test run. and believe it or not, even though this thing costs $279,000, about 100 folks have already put down a $10,000 deposit to get their hands on one when they get it out there in about a year. >> the thing is, it still needs a runway. i'm waiting for the flying car that can lift off in traffic. you still have to drive to the airport and get out that way, but flying cars. >> you can avoid the lines in security. >> jetsons are here, my friends. >>> let me tell you about a pastor who was really concerned about the marriages of his congregation. so concerned that he installed a
Mar 23, 2012 2:35am EDT
established in this city that tells us it is legal for a man to kill us. >> reporter: george zimmerman still hasn't been arrest forward killing trayvon martin all because he told police he shot the 17-year-old in the chest in self-defense. 911 calls revealed zimmerman followed martin all because he looked suspicious in his hoodie as he rushed home in the rain. martin's mother was overwhelmed by the support and stared at the crowd before she uttered a verse from the bible. >> trust the lord with all your heart, and lean not on your own understanding. i stand before you today not knowing how i'm walking right now because my heart hurts for my son. >> reporter: you could hear the anger in his father's voice. >> i pledged i would not let my son die in vain. >> reporter: but here his emotional words seem to further frustration parents in the crowd who feel trayvon martin could have been their child but reverend sharpton warned them not to let their anger turn into violence. >> don't let them make you act in a way that they can say, see, that's what they were afraid of would trayvon. >> repo
Feb 27, 2016 4:00pm PST
target heading into the super tuesday states. george, you know, bernie sanders says he's not going away anytime soon. >> and jon karl with us. the way democrats written rules, once you get a delegate lead, hard to catch up? >> a big win in south carolina. absolutely. this means a big win in southern states on super tuesday. she'll begin to get that lead, because in every state for the democrats, it's proportional. bernie sanders can continue to win some states, but if he doesn't win decisively, it's nearly impossible to catch up mathematically. that happened eight years ago that's it for us for now. i'll see you tomorrow on "this week" our special guest, chris christie coming off a surprising endorsement of donald trump and tune in tuesday, primetime special at 10:00 eastern. have a good night. >>> welcome to "world news tonight." breaking news on the showdown in south carolina -- hillary clinton projected to win the first democratic primary in the south. it is a decisive victory over bernie sanders. clinton heading into super tuesday with momentum on her side. >>> a new republican tag
May 20, 2017 6:30pm EDT
reporters, "we have not touched this subject at all." but in an interview for "this week with george stephanopoulos," national security adviser h.r. mcmaster didn't deny president trump brought up comey. >> the firing had been in the news, but i didn't know in advance that the president was going to raise it. >> reporter: when repeatedly pressed, he would neither confirm nor deny the specifics of that conversation. >> is that what the president said? >> well, i don't remember exactly what the president said. >> you have the president of the united states telling the russian foreign minister, in their first meeting, that the pressure is off because he's fired the fbi director investigating russian interference in the campaign. does that seem appropriate to you? >> as you know it' difficult to take a few lines, to take a paragraph out of what are -- of what appear to be notes of that meeting. the intent of that conversation was to say what i'd like to do is move beyond all of the russia news so that we can find areas of cooperation. >> reporter: the festering saga is surely on the mind
Apr 30, 2017 6:00pm EDT
. and george hill astutely called time-out with the ball. 2:03 to go, the jazz win their first playoff series since 2010. >> hubie: you look at that chris paul. is that amazing? he just joout-jumps a 6'8" guy. . awesome... i'm glad you showed up. in my life! i think i'm about to cry... you better not. every single time i... get down! you always have... my back! my back! it's really hard to describe. it's like... all these tiny little... things? yes. yes. things! are actually... friendship. ♪ >> mark: a big variable in the series. blake griffin's injury. he injured his toe. and it bhit a scenario what would have been had he been healthy? for the second consecutive year, blake griffin injured in the playoffs and unable to see the playoffs through with the clippers. and he has as we mentioned before, mending free agency. >> hubie: not just points. rebounding, shooting percentage. the second leading assist guy on the team. but the shootg this year were triferrific and had great year before the injury. >> mark: joe johnson. behind his back. le and jon got it back. tough step back
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