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happened to be worn by michael jordan himself during the 1997 nba finals game and they were sold at auction yesterday for over $104,000. >> holy mackerel. the former ball boy became friendly with jordan when the bulls visited salt lake city in '97 and was given the sneakers after asking for them. $100,000. >> pretty good. >> they are significant because if anyone remembers the flu game where jordan was under the weather but powered through. not only did he power through but did better than a lot of teammates because he scored 38 points. all he did is ask and he got them and now has a lot of money. >> pretty awesome. the nba star that gave a special fan the shirt off of his back. and setting the stage for the oscars. the golden globe awards. the two major films getting a lot of attention. you are watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by mucinex dm max. "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by
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the mystery surrounding the death of a kansas city chiefs fan in the parking lot of arrowhead stadium earlier this month is deepening. >> police are treating his death as a homicide. they still don't know exactly how he died. linsey davis has more. >> reporter: i wake up every day with the same nightmare. >> reporter: it's not knowing what caused the death of her 30-year-old husband, seen here in home video, that makes it even more difficult for jenny van winkle to move on. >> completely senseless. i can't wrap my mind around it. >> reporter: kansas city investigators are looking for answers in kyle van winkle's mysterious death outside of the arrowhead stadium during the kansas city chiefs game. >> some of this may never be figured out because i don't have the answers. >> van winkle's father, a police sergeant was inside the stadium while his son allegedly got in to an unlocked jeep in the parking lot that resembled one
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that belonged to a relative. >> i was with him from start to finish that day at the tailgating. most everybody in our group had some kind of drinks. if i had even thought kyle was a little past where i thought under control he wouldn't have went to the restroom by himself. i would have followed and went with him. >> reporter: but van winkle never returned from the bathroom. instead police were called to the parking lot after the owner of a green jeep found a strange man inside of his vehicle. investigators say a struggle ensued. van winkle collapsed and the brand new father of a seven-week-old son was later pronounced dead at the hospital. >> unfortunately my life now is a reality i never thought i would ever have to be in. >> reporter: police have ruled van winkle's death a homicide but no charges have been filed. they say it could be weeks before they know what killed him. linsey davis, abc news, new york.
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>> some witnesses say it is more than a scuffle. the witnesses say he was beaten and left for dead. >> yeah. what is interesting is police have moved forward with the investigation. four people have been arrested, but nobody has been charged. they are focusing on the owner of the vehicle. but no name released and no one charged but it seems like the investigation is advancing. >> they are looking for building blocks. >> more than initially said or quick scuffle. they are taking it more seriously. >> bad story. coming up, big surprises with this year's golden globe nominations. some big names on the nominees but big snubs, as well. who made the cut and who didn't. and ahead in our next half-hour, bottled water versus tap water. our unscientific poll on which tastes better and the results may surprise you. you are watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations. e watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world n
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the 71st annual golden globe the golden globes nominations have been announced. with big names, there were big snubs. >> several favorites made the cut, but there were surprise shutouts as well. abc's brandi hitt has the details from los angeles. >> best motion picture drama -- "12 years a slave." >> reporter: "12 years a slave" and "american hustle" dominated with seven nods each which could make both films oscar favorites. >> people believe what they want to believe. >> reporter: christian bale, bradley cooper, jennifer lawrence and amy adams were all nominated for their roles in the con artist crime flick. >> it's a crowded field of people who have won oscars before, people who have won globes before. >> reporter: especially in the category best actress in a motion picture drama. >> cate blanchett, "blue
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jasmine," sandra bullock, "gravity," judi dench, emma thompson, "saving mr. banks," and kate winslett. best actor putting. chiwetel ejiofor against idris elba, tom hanks, matthew mcconaughey and robert redford. >> lee daniels "the butler" getting shut out with no nominations considering at yesterday's sag nominations oprah winfrey was nominated for her role in the film. >> on the television side "homeland" was shut out from the major awards. >> i love to give people a good time. >> "behind the candelabra" and "house of cards" scored four nominations each with "house of cards" in the best drama television category, along with "downton abbey," "the good wife" and "breaking bad." >> i'm not coming back. >> reporter: for best television musical or comedy, "parks and recreation" is competing against the big bang theory, brooklyn 99, girls and modern family.
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there are also several actors like julia louis-dreyfus who received double nominations this year because of their roles in both film and television. john and diana? >> also off that list, very surprising "game of thrones" and "madmen." >> it is interesting, both of those have gotten all kinds of acclaim. >> absolutely. >> i think there was not enough room. so much good television and so many good movies including "the butler" and oprah, the fact she wasn't on there neither one was on there. >> they say she stole every scene she was in. they say she was terrific. i'm surprised. >> i haven't seen it. it is on my list to see at some point, but certainly a snub that i think a lot of people will start to pay attention to. >> something else off the list. >> hey. >> outstanding broadcast journalism. >> that is what the golden globes is about. makes sense. you were next to me. the problem is that -- >> i was left off the list. you were not. >> i was glowing so much that you were in my light. so they asked you to step aside. >> my lot in life. happens every night here on "world news now." coming up, adorable antics
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from a 5-year-old and her christmas concert. it is going viral. >> coming up in a couple of moments. going viral. >> coming up in a couple of moments.
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how appropriate is this? we have been talking about sign language all week because of the guy at nelson mandela's funeral that was doing anything and not making sense. he could have gotten lessons from this 5-year-old named claire koch, whose parents are deaf. she surprised them all by doing her holiday concert on her own signing so they could enjoy it. check it out. ♪ what a cutie pie. her parents were very proud of her. and they had no idea and were blown away. 5 years old. >> bless her. she is so adorable. >> another heart-warming story. this one has to do with an athlete. his name is zebo and he plays for the memphis grizzlies.
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you'll see here in a second. he was warming up and had his jersey on and went to a special needs child and he asked for his jersey and without thinking about it, he pulls it off and having no idea the incredible thing he had just done for that child and the really good pr. >> i'm sure it was genuine and way to go for him. >> awesome. >> polka coming up. ♪ ♪ politics and foreign wars all the weather all the scores ♪ ♪ that's the world news polka ♪ tapes that roll in way too slow ♪ ♪ stuff you saw on koppel's show ♪ ♪ that's the world news polka ♪ it's late at night you're wide awake and you're not wearing pants ♪ ♪ grab your world news mug and everybody dance ♪ ♪ have some fun be a pal every anchor guy and gal ♪ ♪ do the world news polka ♪ that's the world news polka
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this morning on "world news now," bride's bombshell. the newlywed on trial accused of pushing her groom off a cliff to his death. a sudden legal surprise. sub zero temperatures in the midwest, the nonstop snowfall around the great lakes and the wallop taking aim at the east coast nine days before winter. >> crystal clear. america's preference for bottled water. is it really worth the extra money, and is it better than your tap water? our test may open some eyes. so subtle beyonce's major musical move done without a media splash. is she toning it down or is this a brilliant marketing ploy? it is coming in "the skinny" on this friday, december 13th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now" with john muller and diana perez.
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happy friday. we made it to friday. >> sure did. although it is friday the 13th. >> uh-oh, be careful, folks. let's get to it. we begin with a stunning admission to murdering her husband week after their wedding. >> the plea deal came four days into the trial, forcing her to admit how she pushed him to his death and walked away. with more here's abc's brandi hitt. >> reporter: as the montana jury was set to hear closing arguments, a surprise guilty plea came from jordan graham. the 22-year-old newlywed admitted she killed her husband by shoving him off a cliff in glacier national park as the couple honeymooned. >> had a legal obligation to carry that proposal to miss graham and it resulted in a guilty plea. >> reporter: in exchange for the guilty plea to second-degree murder, prosecutors will drop a first-degree murder charge and a count of making a false
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statement to authorities. the judge also ordered her to recount to the court exactly what happened on july 7th when her husband cody johnson fell to his death. graham said she and johnson had argued. the young bride admitted she was not happy and had growing reservations about their marriage. at one point, she said johnson grabbed her by the arm and he was going to pull her. she got angry, brushed his hand away and not thinking of where they were pushed him on one hand on his arm, the other on his back. she said she drove back to her home without calling for help because she was afraid. for that, the judge released the jury. two federal marshals put jordan graham in handcuffs and walked her out of the courtroom. >> i want to say the family is very thankful for the outcome of this case. it was very emotional. it's been a long haul for us. >> reporter: graham faces a maximum sentence of life in prison. she find out her fate on march 27th. john and diana? >> brandi hitt, thank you. now to breaking news this
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morning from denver where police are looking in to a series of stabbings following last night's broncos' game. fighting broke out in a stadium parking lot. four people were stabbed. one is in critical condition. arrests have been made and the police are saying they are not looking for anymore suspects . the broncos lost last night to san diego. verdict in texas sparking outrage this morning. 16-year-old ethan couch got no prison time although he admitted killing four people while driving drunk. his attorney argued he suffered from affluenza because his wealthy parents didn't set boundaries for him and condoned drug and alcohol abuse. no surprise the verdict angered the victim's family. >> money always seems to keep ethan out of trouble. this is one time i did ask the court that for justice and for money not to prevail. >> the judge decided the case sentenced him to ten years probation and he is checking in to a luxury rehab program in california that his parents will
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pay for. he is barred from seeing them two years. pretty outrageous story. >> this makes me really upset. >> affluenza. not influenza. not the flu. like he's affluent. >> what's more upsetting, that the expert said that that was the case and his attorney went along with it, or the fact the judge said, "good enough for me, ten years probation, no jail time." >> the cherry on top. the whole thing is frustrating. ten years probation. i mean. >> in a luxurious rehab center. >> yes. >> that's too much for me. so we can remember the victims here because those are the ones that are important. apparently he had taken a truck registered to his father. he had stolen booze which he had in his system and he had a valium in his system. this is the influence he was under when he was behind a wheel. his truck slammed into a car that had a flat tire killing four people.
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>> if he was indigent or whatever from a poor family you wonder if he got the same situation? if his lawyer of just a court-appointed lawyer, would he have gotten the same treatment? >> we wouldn't be able to find the key. moving on the this. to nasa now that has engineers pulling an all-nighter. they are trying to figure out how to fix a cooling system on the international space station and it is a race against time. abc's clayton sandell reports a final decision on how to make a repair is likely days away. >> reporter: engineering a tricky repair job, 230 miles above the ground. >> what is actually going wrong? >> reporter: mission control troubleshooting how to fix a faulty critical component. one of two cooling loops that keep the station from dangerously overheating. a valve in one is stuck forcing the six astronauts to rely on the duplicate but there is no backup if that one fails, too. >> this is a position we don't want to be in long term. >> reporter: during their daily briefing, nasa said for now the
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two americans, three russians and one japanese astronaut living on the station are not in danger. engineers say they have two options, first upload new software to reboot the stuck valve. if that doesn't work, they have to swap it for a spare during a risky emergency space walk. >> astronaut doug wheelock replaced the same part in 2010 during his own space walk. >> i like to say whenever we open the hatch and send people outside, it's always dangerous. >> reporter: another problem, nasa suspended space walks in july after water that was supposed to keep an astronaut cool leaked in to his suit. he nearly drowned. >> my head is really wet. >> reporter: in a worst case scenario, the crew would have to evacuate and hitch a ride on the soyuz station. this is where astronauts are trained to live and work on the station. we are told a final decision on whether the space walk is a go
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or no-go will be made on monday. the bottom line is that houston has a problem, but it's one they are confident they can fix. clayton sandell, abc news, houston. two people dead in southern utah after their home was destroyed in a rock slide. the mayor of rockville, utah, said some dirt near a highway gave way and carried several large boulders right into a house and destroyed it. it is believed the people inside were killed on impact. another rock slide happened there 11 years ago. that one did not kill anyone. parts of upstate new york are buried under nearly four feet of snow. this morning, it's still coming down. the tiny town of constableville has been getting slammed since tuesday. two bands of snow are hitting buffalo and syracuse. new york city is also bracing for snow this weekend by a storm that's moving in from d.c. to boston. heavy snow is blamed for massive pileup in the midwest. at least 40 cars and trucks were caught up in a chain-reaction crash in michigan. witnesses say it started with a two-car accident that blossomed
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because other drivers were going too fast on the slick roads. at least two police cars were among those hit and several people were injured. finally, it's warming up a little bit in the windy city after bone-chilling cold created this eerie scene over the chicago river. temperatures plunged to three below zero yesterday morning. so frigid that steam started to rise from the water. >> quite a picture. >> wow. >> one place i don't want to be because it is colder than here. >> we think we have it bad here. chicago has it worse. they always do in the winter. here's a look at the weather. snow adds to the bone-chilling temperatures in kansas reaching upstate new york tonight and tomorrow. i-95 corridor gets a wintry mix along the coast and some snow inland. rain along the gulf. clear and mild in california and the southwest. snow in washington and oregon west of the cascades. >> 46 seattle. 61 l.a. 42 denver. 36 kansas city. detroit 25 and mild 64 for everyone in new orleans. a dog named lucy is having
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surgery in the boston area today. she is suffering from injuries she sustained while basically saving her owner's life. her owner is john myles, who's still recovering in the hospital from several serious injuries he sustained after he and lucky were hit by a car. they were hurt a few days before thanksgiving. >> here's the amazing part. after the accident, lucy limped to an office and barked until someone noticed and called for help. all of the best to john and his recovery and to lucy for today's operation. >> amazing. essentially, they were both hit by a car and the owner, john myles, too incapacitated to do anything and the dog barked her head off, injured no less, until people went what's the matter and then oh, my goodness. >> not only her, but she was able to bring them over to john. there you see john. by the way, lucy has been said to have been crying since her owner has been away at the hospital. apparently this type of dog when they whimper it sounds like they are crying. glad they are going to be okay. coming up beyonce's blockbuster movie that has been lighting up twitter all night
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♪ ♪ water, water everywhere but not a drop to drink. that 200-year-old phrase for many people rings so true today. >> despite unlimited supplies of tap water, millions of us choose not to touch the stuff and instead pay for bottled water. >> from a taste standpoint is it really better than tap? here's abc's dr. richard besser. >> reporter: the ads make a splash. crashing waterfalls, crystal clear lakes. we buy $12 billion a year of bottled water. you may think it is better for you, tastes better. but have you ever asked yourself is it really? to find out, we set up the real answers water challenge in central park, pitting new york h2o against a leading bottled brand. a nonscientific throwdown about
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taste. >> abc news water challenge. step right up. >> they didn't know what they were drinking but they knew what they thought. >> tell me if you prefer the taste of a or b. >> b. >> b. >> what do you like about a? >> it feels cleaner. >> reporter: why do you like b more? >> fresher. >> b. >> reporter: the results were mixed. but now the more serious question, do you think that bottled water is healthier for you? environmental advocate mae wu says think again. >> we've done studies that have shown that bottled water is no more safe or clean than regular tap water. >> there is more testing of bottled water than tap water. >> actually there is more testing of tap water than bottled water. >> reporter: that's right. by federal rule, they test tap water for 100 compounds every day with results online for you to read. bottled water doesn't have to do that. but some say they exceed the federal requirements. >> bottled water is a safe, healthy, convenient product. consumers like the fresh taste. >> reporter: which brings us back to our taste test.
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the result. almost a perfect split. >> 11 chose bottled and nine chose new york tap. p.s., about half of bottled water including leading brand aquafina, has been parfied. a marketing triumph. dr. richard besser, abc news, new york. >> a shame all the plastic from these bottles you think you are being healthy and don't think of it. but bottled water has really caused a tremendous amount of plastic to go into landfills and stuff. >> it is so inexpensive. when water in a bottle first came out, everybody is like bottling air. right. it is so inexpensive now and i have bottles and bottles in my home. >> me, too. coming up, the veteran actress who admits to being higher than a kite at just about every award show. and a superstar's new album introduced in a very surprising way coming up next in "the skinny." >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our
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♪ skinny so skinny we start "the skinny" with something unprecedented. beyonce dropped a new album. if that sounds crazy to you and the fact we hadn't heard about it, that's why. it is unprecedented. it started to seem like she wanted to have no filter, no propaganda, lots of media involved. the day she dropped it she wanted to let the world know and figure out how popular she is.
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any way, a little different with what she did. she released 14 songs on her album but 17 stunning and provocative videos to go with each of these songs that are part of the album. the first you are seeing is "jealous." let's take a look. ♪ ♪ so there's 14 songs and 17 videos we will try to squeeze in as many as you can. this video is for another song called "blow." there is another song featuring her daughter, this is adorable called "blue." you can see blue ivy. you don't see a lot of her. you just see her being picked up and her in the back. a lot of pictures of blue ivy have been out there. there you see blue again. that's the sweeter side. and there is a song that's been
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out for some time featuring the pepsi commercial called "grown woman." beyonce has released a bonus video for that song called "grown woman" and there you see her. so it is unprecedented because it is cool and new and it's -- nobody's done this before but also all of the videos attached i think makes it nice. susan serandon, who knew, she likes the ganga weed. >> oh, boy. >> she always looks like she is a little -- >> on "watch what happens live" andy cohen name one major hollywood event you showed up to stoned. and she said, "only one? i would say almost all except the oscars." let's listen. >> name one major hollywood event that you showed up to stoned. >> only one. almost all except the oscars. >> can you believe it? i wonder why the oscars was so serious. out of respect -- i will tell you i wouldn't want to wrestle with a weed-induced bout of paranoia in an award show. brave woman.
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not being paranoid about your public image at all. arnold schwarzenegger decided while he was at the national finals rodeo that he would jump on a mechanical horse and take it for a ride. >> check it out. >> he can hardly keep a straight face as you see him there. it is a fun video. 66-year -old in vegas on a fake horse doing his thing. having a little fun. >> good for arnold. another photo to show you, talk about six pack. kelly ripa. >> she's stunning. look at that. look at that. >> super woman. has a million jobs, big family, keeps herself that fit. she has more like an eight pack. inspiration during the holidays when you reach for another cookie. >> she is relentless at the gym. i was lucky to be in the same gym with her many moons ago and
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i was in and out and she was still on the treadmill. >> a dynamo. >> don't get it by accident. hard work. >> that doesn't happen because you are there for an hour. she was there forever.
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♪ time is on my side >> time for our weekly week in review hour, our "friday rewind." >> a busy week across the globes as we paid tribute to nelson mandela, shivered through an arctic blast and broke a logjam on capitol hill. >> too many leaders who claim solidarity with madiba struggled for freedom but do not tolerate dissent from their own people. >> he made this south africa to a rainbow nation. as you can see black and white people are sitting together. >> here's the current windchills minus 11 right now. 17 below in aberdeen.
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>> driving was terrible. wet everywhere. my car slipped everywhere. really bad conditions out there. >> this agreement makes sure that we don't have a government shutdown scenario in january. >> because of this deal, the budget process can stop approaching from crisis to crisis. >> any problem in space is a critical problem, but i wouldn't say it was expected but planned for. that's why they have spares and that's why they monitor everything. >> what did you learn during the investigation? >> i have to get more mature. i have to get better at everything i do. i cannot let myself -- our teammates can't let ourselves on this level. >> i have my own philosophies and way of looking at the world. i don't answer to anyone. this is your real persona.
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>> absolutely. absolutely. absolutely. absolutely. >> the first person to play walt disney on film. >> well, yeah. >> daunting. >> oh, god. yeah. absolutely. ♪ i'll have a blue christmas ♪ without you ♪ i'll be so blue >> 16-year-old canadian kid sounds just like elvis. >> he's not having a blue christmas not with the popularity he will get with that. we want to remind you about a special feature for our fans of "world news now." >> it is called "in case you missed it," and it is on our facebook page. check it 3com e have our best moments in a montage, and they like to make ulook >> sometimesuwoents and thene ao anything special this weekend? >> it is my dad's birthday t
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good morning, i'm diana perez. >> i'm john muller. here's the top headlines we are following on "world news now." we'll hear about political infighting in washington coming up. and hundreds turned out for a candlelight vigil at the national cathedral to remember the victims of the sandy hook school massacre. tomorrow marks one year since 20 first graders and six educators were killed. there is growing outrage over a sentence handed down in texas. a luxury teen headed to a luxury rehab center and ten years' probation though he killed four people while driving drunk. the fcc has moved a step closer to lifting a ban on in-flight cell phone calls. the ban could be lifted next
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year. those are some of our top stories on this friday, december 13th. i went for store to store, stood in line -- >> there's love in your gifts. they'll know you sweated it out, and i phoned it in -- >> i cut the coupons. you know -- >> anyway -- >> you clicked away. >> i just clicked away. gift ideas for travellers your list coming up in this half-hour. >> a good segment. >> yeah. absolutely. we're going to begin with a rare moment of compromise on capitol hill.
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republicans and democrats in the house of representatives have approved a new budget. >> now, neither got everything they wanted, but both sides got enough. we have more from washington. good morning, karen. >> reporter: good morning, john. good morning, diana. this is not something we get to say often in washington. lawmakers were able to reach a bipartisan deal before a deadline, and it takes the threat of a government shutdown off the table for two years. maybe it's the holiday season, but there's a rare spirit of bipartisanship breaking out in the nation's capitol. >> we think it is a small but important step in what we hope is a return to regular order where the economy has been threatened by the obstacles thrown up in its way here in washington. >> reporter: closing in on the end of their work year, the house passed a budget agreement. >> the motion is agreed to. >> reporter: this would avert another government shutdown for at least two years and would
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eliminate about $65 billion in domestic and defense spending cuts known as the sequester. it would not raise taxes. but it doesn't address the big issues. entitlement spending, taxes. some republicans don't like the spending increases in the deal. some democrats an extension of unemployment benefits. >> days ago i would have said there weren't enough votes on our side for this bill. now there are. >> reporter: the deal is notable, but less so for what's included than the strong statement speaker boehner sent to conservative groups. boehner's message to organizations that oppose this budget deal like club for growth and heritage action, was simple but forceful -- knock it off. >> when you criticize something and you have no idea what you're criticizing, it undermines your credibility. >> reporter: the senate is expected to vote on the budget deal sometime next week. john and diana? >> thank you. now to breaking news. this from denver. police are looking into a series of stabbings following last night's broncos' game.
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fighting broke out in a parking lot. four people were stabbed, one is in critical condition. arrests have been made. police are not looking for any more suspects. the broncos lost last night to san diego. now to the killer bride in montana admitting for the first time that she did indeed murder her husband just a week after they got married. it was a shocking turnaround in the case that drew attention from across the country. ryan owens was in the courtroom. >> reporter: do you want to say anything about how the trial is going? >> reporter: newlywed jordan graham didn't say anything during her murder trial until she said the one word that changed everything -- guilty of second-degree murder. that was it. the bizarre end to a twisted tale of young love and ultimate betrayal. just eight days after their wedding, graham pushed her 25-year-old husband off a cliff at montana's glacier national park. the surprise plea deal came near the end of a four-day trial. >> your reaction to the verdict
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-- >> reporter: a trial that lasted half as long as her marriage. and just as jurors were about to listen to closing arguments. her defense attorneys say prosecutors offered the last-minute deal to take first-degree murder off the table. >> all i can say is that the ultimate plea as entered was miss graham's choice. >> reporter: cody johnson's mother didn't react to the plea deal, but his aunt spoke for the family. >> i just want to say the family is very thankful for the outcome of this case. >> reporter: they are especially pleased the judge made graham stand before him and swear to finally tell the truth about the murder. "you have told different stories to different people. i'm not accepting any more lies," judge donald malloy scolded. jordan finally fessed up. "it was definitely a reckless act, and i just pushed." "what was said that made you so angry?" "it wasn't anything that was said. he grabbed me, i pushed his hand off, and i pushed him away." "did you push with both hands?" "yes." as graham was led away in handcuffs, she better hope those
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answers satisfied the judge. her sentence is up to him. and the newlywed faces a milwaukee of life in prison. i'm ryan owens in missoula, montana. >> that's interesting even the plea and second-degree charge, could potentially have a life sentence. >> she showed no emotion in court while she was explaining what happened. and prosecutors the entire time thought they knew the story saying that she pushed him with both hands, face first down that cliff. and they were pretty darn close. >> her own words, pretty much what she said. the sentencing, by the way, scheduled for march. >> yeah. we'll learn more then. topping our headlines -- health headlines, british researchers say popping a pill might prevent breast cancer before it develops. the theory was tested on nearly 4,000 women at high risk for breast cancer. now the women who took an estrogen-reducing pill were 53% less likely to develop cancer than those on a placebo. analysts say a larger study will help determine if the pill is
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beneficial as it seems. and the government is touting the effectiveness of flu shots. new numbers from the cdc show that getting vaccinated led to 79,000 fewer hospitalizations last flu season compared to the year before. the cdc also says the flu shot prevented nearly seven million americans from getting sick last year. the wintry weather leaves much of the country under a layer of snow and ice, people are being warned to proceed with caution. and we're not just talking about getting behind the wheel. ron claiborne has key tips. >> reporter: 'tis the season for slipping, sliding, and falling. with so many streets and sidewalks, parks and yards turned into virtual hockey ri rinks, hundreds have been sent to the hospital with injuries from falling on ice or hard-packed snow. >> the most common things are going to be ankle injuries, wrist injuries, knee and elbow. >> reporter: there are ways to at least minimize your risk of falling on ice. walk cautiously with knees bent. keep your hands out of your
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pockets so they're free to break your fall if you fall. wear smart shoes with grooved rubber or neoprene soles. if the ice is bad enough, consider attaching ice grips. wear sunglasses on sunny days to make it easier to see slippery surfaces. don't forget to remove snow and ice from the bottom of the soles of your shoes once you're inside. a wet sole indoors can be as slippery as an icy patch outside. >> the difference between a fall in the summertime and a fall on an icy surface is how dense and hard the ground is that you're striking. >> reporter: a fall on a slick surface may seem funny, but sometimes it's no joke. ron claiborne, abc news, new york. >> just started to get the ice here in new york. we had all that rain. >> yeah. >> now it's 18 degrees, and there's ice patches out there. a lot of them. >> there's a small glaze over just about everything. those are good tips especially for kids who are out and have never been in ice and snow
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before. adults should know better. i think another good tip is when there's snow, walk on snow, don't walk on the ice. >> crunch through the snow, the ice -- >> exactly. a big stretch of the country will need to remember that advice today. a new round of snow starts in eastern kansas. it spreads to new york. by tonight, rain along the gulf becomes a wintry mix along the mid-atlantic states overnight. clear and mild in the west through parts of the pacific northwest. they will see some snow. >> 41 in portland. albuquerq albuquerque, 42. dallas, 48. minneapolis getting hammered with a high of only 12, chicago, 28. we all know james bond loved his booze. a new study of his drinking habit is stunning. after looking at what bond drank in the original novels, researchers say he sucked down more than four times the limited recommendation for men. >> shaken not stirred i believe. they say he would have enjoyed 31 martinis, shaken not stirred, a week. 31 a week. >> wow. >> some may be able to do that. they note drinking too much and
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driving and shooting guns and chasing women would be impossible. not sure about the chasing women part. >> at the same time, i'm going to say a little impossible. on a serious note, they claim bond would have suffered from liver damage, possibly a stroke, sexual dysfunction -- >> ha. >> bottoms up -- thumbs up, everybody or maybe not. >> just over four martinis a day. >> wow. that's an -- wow. martinis can be so strong. >> yes. >> that's the problem. how about like a malibu and coke? i can do four of those a day. >> four glasses of red wine. a lot, though. four a day. >> four a day? yeah. a mixed drink maybe. straight booze -- >> and bond never slurred his word and was always so cool. that's why it's a move. >> i'm wondering about the sexual dysfunction thing. he always got the ladies. >> 007. all right. here we go. coming up, the anticipated tom hanks movie and long-awaited "hobbit" sequel. we'll is it in "insomniac theater." the feds shut down bus operators from coast to coast. what they uncovered could make
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holiday travel planning just got harder for millions of americans who travel by bus. >> the federal government spurred by a series of recent deadly bus crashes shut down dozens of motor coach companies. abc's gio benitez has the latest. >> reporter: they are the frightening and devastating bus crashes. this one in new york killing 15, and two in california and oregon leading to a huge
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crackdown. in any dangerous bus crash, there is the fear that passengers have no control. millions of us share the road with these buses from coast to coast. 52 companies are not just under fire, they have been shut down. >> companies that continue to defy basic safety principles let alone national standards and demonstrate a complete disregard. really they put profits before passenger safety. >> reporter: the government investigation operation quick strike. targets include those so-called curbside buses that take you from new york to philly, from l.a. to vegas. essentially anywhere and used by millions across the country. >> a lot of kids come home from school using motor coaches. seniors traveling on excursion trips. scouts, band school trips, kids trips in to our nation's capitol. over and over again you see motor coach travel. >> reporter: investigators found unsafe behavior, company-wide failure and maintenance. inadequate drug and alcohol testing for drivers and a lot of hours on the road with little
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rest. the department of transportation launched its own smartphone app called "safer bus," and it tells you about serious violations or if a company is even allowed to operate. the bus industry supports the shutdown, saying unsafe bus companies are responsible for more than half of deadly accidents in the last year. but that the majority of bus operators are safe. gio benitez, abc news, new york. >> i think in a lot of cases sometimes the divide happens between the company and the driver. for example, there's one case where drivers for a utah company were forced to drive 800 miles roundtrip to vegas without required rest. >> they are finding that a lot of these accidents involve sleep-deprived drivers. this is a staggering amount of people that use the buses. the motor coach industry -- i didn't know this -- carry 700 million passengers a year. that's roughly the same as the airline industry. >> oh, that's crazy. >> we'll be right back. >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations.
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welcome back. do you have a world traveler on your gift list or someone impossible to buy for? we all do. we have someone here to help us. abc news travel editor genevieve shaw-brown is joining us with very hot picks. i have to tell you everyone has that hard person to shop for. i'm done shopping except for the one hard person to shop for. please help us. >> this is going to help you. if you have a traveler in your life, i'm not going to lie to you, the best thing to get them is a trip. but if you can't get them a trip, this is the next best thing. this is the only pricey item, this is $150 but this is a latitude and longitude pendant and you basically pick out a place in the world, maybe your honeymoon. i went to bali on mine and i would say i want the coordinates of bali and they will hand stamp this on a sterling silver necklace.
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>> very nice. >> like a little personal trinket, and it is personal between the two of you. $150 and on the back a vintage-inspired compass. that is for your sweetheart. this is for your kid. this is your kid's traveling companion. it is a bear, right? >> yeah. >> and the bear will eventually turn into a neck pillow. this is perfect for things like road trips and the airplane. anytime when your littlest traveler is getting tired and a little grumpy. >> look at this. >> i promise it does actually work. here we go. almost done, people. hare we go. and we have a bear that turns in to a neck pillow. everybody needs a neck pillow. >> everybody needs a neck pillow. >> and all children need some kind of stuffed animal to be with them on the trip. >> a travel companion. >> that is very, very cool. i like that a lot.
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>> $24. >> not bad. >> this is for the foodie in your life. you know the people you are scared to go to their home because don't you what to bring them, they know everything about food, everything about wine. >> this is a gourmet meal every time you go. >> this is the salt of the world test tube set. it has six salts from all over the planet, from el salvador, australia, hawaii. it has instructions on when to use it whether it is cooking or finishing salt. very pretty and makes you look like you are in the know. >> i like that gift already. >> this one is a city map of glasses. this is great for newlyweds. you can get it etched with any destination you want. i picked new york city. >> sure. >> and these are rocks glasses, and they have the latitude and longitude on the side and the newlyweds can toast in these glasses where they went on their honeymoon, a special place or the city they are in now. >> how much are these? >> $12 each.
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>> perfect type of the gift to give to someone that you want to acknowledge their marriage but not break the bank. >> perfect. >> this is a surprise, i'm excited about this. >> this is for you, for your little one. this is for the traveling expectant parent. okay. let's open it up. looks like chinese takeout which is a good thing for the expectant parent. >> very true. >> but this is baby fortune cookie booties. >> oh, my. >> can you believe it? can you believe it? >> look at these in the front. they actually look like fortune cookies. and what does it say -- from small beginnings to great things. >> and this says an amazing adventure awaits you. >> oh, my goodness. >> they are $28 but for you free. >> thank you so much. how lucky am i to be friends with you, right? >> they are adorable. >> thanks to genevieve shaw-brown and you can see the list of ideas at uncommongifts.com. stay with us. you are watching "world news now."
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i'm happy to watch. >> no greater joy than seeing through the eyes of a child. a little child in all of us. >> maybe in you, mr. disney but certainly not with me. >> get on the horse, pamela. >> get on the horse. >> yeah. >> reviews for "saving mr. banks" not surprisingly are overwhelmingly thumbs up. scoring 83% on rotten tomatoes. peter travers of "rolling stone" writes, "thanks to thompson and hanks, the movie about the making of a movie hits a sweet spot." and we had to dig to find a negative review but here it is. travis hobson of the examiner.com radio writing, "while saving mr. banks must be must see viewing for mary poppins' fans, others won't find anything magical about it." >> great cast with those two actors. >> get on the horse, pamela. >> get on the horse. the hobbit sequel, "the hobbit: desolation of smaug." the second in the trilogy continues the adventures of morgan freeman as
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bilbo baggins with ian mcclellan as the wizard and the 13 dwarves on the west to reclaim their lost dwarf kingdom. >> hold your breath. >> hold my breath. what do you mean? >> another winner on rotten tomatoes, scores 73%. the reviews positive. clint o'connor the "cleveland plain dealer" describes it as an action-packed thrill ride. david metzger of bullz-eye.com says "the desolation of smaug" is a lot of fun, but for the love of god end it already." this is a book and they made three movies. >> it is taking its time to get through. >> this is number two, correct? >> that's right. >> i'm going to have to see this because i saw number one and i read the book. >> you get geeked out about that stuff. >> i am geeky that way. "star trek," monsters, all my stuff. >> all your stuff. >> you don't do these show much? >> not so much but i will be watching saving mr. banks this weekend. >> see ya. watching saving mr. banks this weekend. >> see ya.
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this morning on "world news now" disturbing details about the sign language interpreter standing just feet from the president at nelson mandela's memorial. >> it's when i see the angels coming into the stadium. >> reporter: you saw angels coming into the stadium? >> yes. >> the questions about his mental health answered. one year later, the shooting massacre in the sandy hook elementary school in connecticut. the solemn anniversary and the fight for gun control. >> how completely disconnected our legislative system seems to be from the opinions of the american people. >> the victims' parents plead for change and demand privacy. the awards season begins in hollywood with the golden globe nominees. the two big blockbuster movies getting all of the attention. it is friday, december 13th. >> from abc news, this is "world news now" with john muller and
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diana perez. >> good friday morning, everybody. friday 13th, no less. >> little scary. >> ever had bad luck on friday 13th? >> no, you know what, i haven't. and my birthday is on the 13th and it has landed on friday several times and has always been good. how about you? >> i'm not superstitious. >> there was a ladder out here and we were a little worried. we should be good. >> knock on wood, i haven't had any bad luck on friday the 13th. we begin with the sign language interpreter, the one who was standing so close to world leaders at nelson mandela's memorial. the outrage now is not just that he may be a lousy interpreter but his disturbing past. >> alex marquardt reports he is not an imposter, just a former violently schizophrenic. >> reporter: as president obama
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paid tribute to nelson mandela, the man standing just three feet away says he was having schizophrenic hallucinations. the sign language interpreter told us he was seeing angels. when did you know something was wrong that day at the stadium? >> when i saw angels coming down to the stadium. >> reporter: you saw angels coming into the stadium? >> yes. >> reporter: he kemt going, making signs -- kept going, making signs we now know weren't real words. he admits he suffered many schizophrenic attacks over the years. have you had episodes in the past where you have been violent? yes, but now it's under control because i'm on medication. >> reporter: were you on medication the day of the memorial service? >> absolutely. >> reporter: he was given accreditation by the organizers but not screened by u.s. secret service. in fact, he said he was hired just the day before for an event attended by more than 100 current and former heads of state. the south african government
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told abc news, they don't actually know what qualification he has and admitted it was a mistake to hire him. his employers have vanished. in a statement to abc, the secret service blamed the organizers and downplayed the threat to the president's safety arguing agents are always close by. >> given that you are disabled, that you have these attacks, that you were seeing angels that day, do you think you should have been on the stage with those presidents? >> absolutely. >> reporter: he said he was honored to stand next to president obama but many are asking how he was able to do that. alex marquardt, abc news, soweto, south africa. >> the story was disturbing when he was just a guy up there doing nothing with his hands. now it is really upsetting. he admits to being a violent schizophrenic? this close to our president. this close to all of the world leaders. >> yeah. i don't know where to go with this one. >> i need for him to prove. >> that he can actually do sign
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language. >> how are you feeling right now? are you seeing anything? now can you do some sign language and have somebody interpret it and still don't have it right. >> still have no idea what you are doing. and he was accredited. that is also scary idea. >> yes, it is. moving on to this. to north korea where there is a deadly feud going on. state media released the uncle of the leader handcuffed in court along with word he's been executed. a few days ago there was a photo of kim jong-un and his uncle, a former mentor. replaced by this one in which the uncle is gone. the power struggle is suspected. the cia is not commenting on a report that a man who disappeared in iran was working on a spy mission. the retired fbi agent, robert levenson, vanished when traveling in iran in 2007. the ap now reports he had been hired by an unauthorized team at the cia to gather intelligence from iran. his family is angry the u.s. government hasn't done more to secure his release.
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two people are dead in southern utah after their home was destroyed in a rock slide. the mayor of rockville, utah, said some dirt gave way and carried several large boulders right into that house destroying it. it is believed the people inside were killed on impact. another rock slide happened there 11 years ago. no one was killed this that one with. a plea agreement in montana. a young newlywed confessing to killing her husband eight days after their wedding. just before closing arguments, 22-year-old jordan graham admitted to pushing cody johnson to his death as they argued at glacier national park. she is seen here in their first dance. she said she didn't tell police because she was scared. the guilty plea of second-degree murder came after prosecutors offered to drop the first-degree charge. she will be sentenced in march. tomorrow marks one year since the sandy hook school massacre. the newtown, connecticut, community made it clear they want to be left alone to mark the day in their own way.
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hundreds of miles away a vigil at the national cathedral drew hundreds of people including some from newtown and they spoke out against gun violence which hasn't changed much since the rampage. abc's karen travers has more on that. >> reporter: after the tragedy at sandy hook elementary, president obama seemed to channel the conscience of a stunned nation. >> these tragedies must end. and to end them we must change. >> reporter: mass shootings in the past sparked outrage and sadness, not change. the horror of 20 schoolchildren murdered in cold blood seemed to be a tipping point. yet one year later, there are no new federal gun laws and no plans for any on the horizons. >> one of the more frustrating items is how disconnected our legislative system seems to be from the opinions of the american people. >> reporter: in january, president obama proposed a game plan and urged congress to take quick action. and an abc news/"washington post" poll
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at the time found the majority of americans supported those measures. the lobbying effort began immediately. families of the newtown victims became a familiar sight on capitol hill. the gun industry, led by the powerful nra, countered with an equally intense effort. focusing on democrats in conservative states up for re-election in 2014. finally in april, a bipartisan deal on the scaled back measure to expand background checks, but in the democrat-controlled senate the bill fell short of the 60 votes needed for passage. >> the amendment is not agreed to. >> reporter: there's little appetite on capitol hill to refight this contentious issue, but victims' advocates say there are areas that could be addressed. >> mental health and community are critical causes that can prevent gun violence if they are addressed appropriately. >> reporter: karen travers, abc news, washington. >> also from washington this morning, a rare break in congressional gridlock. the house approved a new budget with support from both parties. it ensures no government shutdown for at least two years and restores $65 billion to programs cut by the sequester.
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and for the first time in years speaker boehner compromised with democrats despite sharp criticism from his own tea party wing. >> when you criticize something and you have no idea what you are criticizing, it undermines your credibility. >> it was those right wing groups that engineered the last government shutdown and it sank the gop in the polls. as for the budget, it is expected to go to the senate next week. financial headlines to tell you about. we start with martha stewart. omni media which is handing out pink slips this season. 70 employees will be let go. that is 14% of the company's staff. the company has lost money in all but one of the last ten years, mostly because of declines in the tv business and falling print ad revenue. one company that is hiring is ford. the second largest automaker is adding 5,000 new jobs here in the u.s. the hires are ahead of ford's biggest launch year in history. they are rolling out 23 new vehicles next year, 16 of which will be introduced in north america.
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ford is adding 6,000 jobs also in asia. the fcc voted to start the process of lifting the ban on in-flight phone calls. the possible rule change is getting possible rule change is getting immediate opposition from the to the department of transportation. the d.o.t. chief echoed the opinions of many americans saying the calls may not be fair to consumers. the fcc proposal lets airlines have the final say. delta is the only carrier to say it will not allow the calls. that brings us to our facebook question of the day. what would you do if the airline passenger next to you was having a loud cell phone conversation? we simply cannot wait to read your responses. log on to wnnfans.com and let us know. >> hit the trap door switch so they would drop 40,000 feet. >> sucked out. phone and all.
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>> we need one of those. good idea. moving on to a guy who was once a ball boy at a utah jazz game that can now pay off his college debts. how's that you might ask? >> he was the owner of this pair of air jordan sneakers that happened to be worn by michael jordan himself during the 1997 nba finals game and they were sold at auction yesterday for over $104,000. >> holy mackerel. the former ball boy became friendly with jordan when the bulls visited salt lake city in '97 and was given the sneakers after asking for them. $100,000. >> pretty good. >> they are significant because if anyone remembers the flu game where jordan was under the weather but powered through. not only did he power through but did better than a lot of teammates because he scored 38 points. all he did is ask and he got them and now has a lot of money. >> pretty awesome. the nba star that gave a special fan the shirt off of his back. and setting the stage for the oscars. the golden globe awards. the two major films getting a lot of attention. you are watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by mucinex dm max. er: "world news now" weather brought to you by mucinex dm max. "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by
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death e mystery surrounding the the mystery surrounding the death of a kansas city chiefs fan in the parking lot of arrowhead stadium earlier this month is deepening. >> police are treating his death as a homicide. they still don't know exactly how he died. linsey davis has more. >> reporter: i wake up every day with the same nightmare. >> reporter: it's not knowing what caused the death of her 30-year-old husband, seen here in home video, that makes it even more difficult for jenny van winkle to move on. >> completely senseless. i can't wrap my mind around it. >> reporter: kansas city investigators are looking for answers in kyle van winkle's mysterious death outside of the arrowhead stadium during the kansas city chiefs game. >> some of this may never be figured out because i don't have the answers. >> van winkle's father, a police sergeant was inside the stadium while his son allegedly got in
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to an unlocked jeep in the parking lot that resembled one that belonged to a relative. >> i was with him from start to finish that day at the tailgating. most everybody in our group had some kind of drinks. if i had even thought kyle was a little past where i thought under control he wouldn't have went to the restroom by himself. i would have followed and went with him. >> reporter: but van winkle never returned from the bathroom. instead police were called to the parking lot after the owner of a green jeep found a strange man inside of his vehicle. investigators say a struggle ensued. van winkle collapsed and the brand new father of a seven-week-old son was later pronounced dead at the hospital. >> unfortunately my life now is a reality i never thought i would ever have to be in. >> reporter: police have ruled van winkle's death a homicide but no charges have been filed. they say it could be weeks
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before they know what killed him. linsey davis, abc news, new york. >> some witnesses say it is more than a scuffle. the witnesses say he was beaten and left for dead. >> yeah. what is interesting is police have moved forward with the investigation. four people have been arrested, but nobody has been charged. they are focusing on the owner of the vehicle. but no name released and no one charged but it seems like the investigation is advancing. >> they are looking for building blocks. >> more than initially said or quick scuffle. they are taking it more seriously. >> bad story. coming up, big surprises with this year's golden globe nominations. some big names on the nominees but big snubs, as well. who made the cut and who didn't. and ahead in our next half-hour, bottled water versus tap water. our unscientific poll on which tastes better and the results may surprise you. you are watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations. news now." >> announcer: "world news now"
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the 71st annual golden globe the golden globes nominations have been announced. with big names, there were big snubs. >> several favorites made the cut, but there were surprise shutouts as well. abc's brandi hitt has the details from los angeles. >> best motion picture drama -- "12 years a slave." >> reporter: "12 years a slave" and "american hustle" dominated with seven nods each which could make both films oscar favorites. >> people believe what they want to believe. >> reporter: christian bale, bradley cooper, jennifer lawrence and amy adams were all nominated for their roles in the con artist crime flick. >> it's a crowded field of people who have won oscars before, people who have won globes before. >> reporter: especially in the category best actress in a motion picture drama. >> cate blanchett, "blue jasmine," sandra bullock,
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"gravity," judi dench, emma thompson, "saving mr. banks," and kate winslet, "labor day." >> reporter: best actor in a motion picture drama pits chiwetel ejiofor against idris elba, tom hanks, matthew mcconaughey and robert redford. there were also some big snubs. >> lee daniels' "the butler" getting shut out with no nominations considering at yesterday's sag nominations oprah winfrey was nominated for her role in the film. >> on the television side "homeland" was shut out from the major awards. >> i love to give people a good time. >> "behind the candelabra" and "house of cards" scored four nominations each with "house of cards" in the best drama television category, along with "downton abbey," "the good wife" and "breaking bad." >> i'm not coming back. >> reporter: for best television musical or comedy, "parks and recreation" is competing against "the big bang theory," "brooklyn 99," "girls," and "modern family." there are also several actors like julia louis-dreyfus who
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received double nominations this year because of their roles in both film and television. john and diana? >> also off that list, very surprising "game of thrones" and "madmen." >> it is interesting, both of those have gotten all kinds of acclaim. >> absolutely. >> i think there was not enough room. so much good television and so many good movies including "the butler" and oprah, the fact she wasn't on there neither one was on there. >> they say she stole every scene she was in. they say she was terrific. i'm surprised. >> i haven't seen it. it is on my list to see at some point, but certainly a snub that i think a lot of people will start to pay attention to. >> something else off the list. >> hey. >> outstanding broadcast journalism. >> that is what the golden globes is about. makes sense. you were next to me. the problem is that -- >> i was left off the list. you were not. >> i was glowing so much that you were in my light. so they asked you to step aside. >> my lot in life. happens every night here on "world news now."
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coming up, adorable antics from a 5-year-old and her christmas concert. it is going viral. >> coming up in a couple of moments. ng viral. >> coming up in a couple of moments.
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how appropriate is this? we how appropriate is this? we have been talking about sign language all week because of the guy at nelson mandela's funeral that was doing anything and not making sense. he could have gotten lessons from this 5-year-old named claire koch, whose parents are deaf. she surprised them all by doing her holiday concert on her own signing so they could enjoy it. check it out. ♪ what a cutie pie. her parents were very proud of her. and they had no idea and were blown away. 5 years old. >> bless her. she is so adorable. >> another heart-warming story.
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this one has to do with an athlete. his name is zebo and he plays for the memphis grizzlies. you'll see here in a second. he was warming up and had his jersey on and went to a special needs child and he asked for his jersey and without thinking about it, he pulls it off and having no idea the incredible thing he had just done for that child and the really good pr. >> i'm sure it was genuine and way to go for him. >> awesome. >> polka coming up. ♪ ♪ politics and foreign wars all the weather all the scores ♪ ♪ that's the world news polka ♪ tapes that roll in way too slow ♪ ♪ stuff you saw on koppel's show ♪ ♪ that's the world news polka ♪ it's late at night you're wide awake and you're not wearing pants ♪ ♪ grab your world news mug and everybody dance ♪ ♪ have some fun be a pal every
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this morning on "world news now," bride's bombshell. the newlywed on trial accused of pushing her groom off a cliff to his death. a sudden legal surprise. sub zero temperatures in the midwest, the nonstop snowfall around the great lakes and the wallop taking aim at the east coast nine days before winter. >> crystal clear. america's preference for bottled water. is it really worth the extra money, and is it better than your tap water? our test may open some eyes. so subtle beyonce's major musical move done without a media splash. is she toning it down or is this a brilliant marketing ploy? it is coming in "the skinny" on this friday, december 13th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now" with john muller and diana perez.
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happy friday. we made it to friday. >> sure did. although it is friday the 13th. >> uh-oh, be careful, folks. let's get to it. we begin with a stunning admission to murdering her husband week after their wedding. >> the plea deal came four days into the trial, forcing her to admit how she pushed him to his death and walked away. with more here's abc's brandi hitt. >> reporter: as the montana jury was set to hear closing arguments, a surprise guilty plea came from jordan graham. the 22-year-old newlywed admitted she killed her husband by shoving him off a cliff in glacier national park as the couple honeymooned. >> had a legal obligation to carry that proposal to miss graham and it resulted in a guilty plea. >> reporter: in exchange for the guilty plea to second-degree murder, prosecutors will drop a first-degree murder charge and a count of making a false
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statement to authorities. the judge also ordered her to recount to the court exactly what happened on july 7th when her husband cody johnson fell to his death. graham said she and johnson had argued. the young bride admitted she was not happy and had growing reservations about their marriage. at one point, she said johnson grabbed her by the arm and he was going to pull her. she got angry, brushed his hand away and not thinking of where they were pushed him on one hand on his arm, the other on his back. she said she drove back to her home without calling for help because she was afraid. for that, the judge released the jury. two federal marshals put jordan graham in handcuffs and walked her out of the courtroom. >> i want to say the family is very thankful for the outcome of this case. it was very emotional. it's been a long haul for us. >> reporter: graham faces a maximum sentence of life in prison. she find out her fate on march 27th.
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john and diana? >> brandi hitt, thank you. now to breaking news this morning from denver where police are looking in to a series of stabbings following last night's broncos' game. fighting broke out in a stadium parking lot. four people were stabbed. one is in critical condition. arrests have been made and the police are saying they are not looking for anymore suspects . the broncos lost last night to san diego. verdict in texas sparking outrage this morning. 16-year-old ethan couch got no prison time although he admitted killing four people while driving drunk. his attorney argued he suffered from affluenza because his wealthy parents didn't set boundaries for him and condoned drug and alcohol abuse. no surprise the verdict angered the victim's family. >> money always seems to keep ethan out of trouble. this is one time i did ask the court that for justice and for money not to prevail. >> the judge decided the case sentenced him to ten years probation and he is checking in to a luxury rehab program in california that his parents will pay for. he is barred from seeing them two years.
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pretty outrageous story. >> this makes me really upset. >> affluenza. not influenza. not the flu. like he's affluent. >> what's more upsetting, that the expert said that that was the case and his attorney went along with it, or the fact the judge said, "good enough for me, ten years probation, no jail time." >> the cherry on top. the whole thing is frustrating. ten years probation. i mean. >> in a luxurious rehab center. >> yes. >> that's too much for me. so we can remember the victims here because those are the ones that are important. apparently he had taken a truck registered to his father. he had stolen booze which he had in his system and he had a valium in his system. this is the influence he was under when he was behind a wheel. his truck slammed into a car that had a flat tire killing four people. >> if he was indigent or whatever from a poor family you wonder if he got the same situation?
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if his lawyer of just a court-appointed lawyer, would he have gotten the same treatment? >> we wouldn't be able to find the key. moving on the this. to nasa now that has engineers pulling an all-nighter. they are trying to figure out how to fix a cooling system on the international space station and it is a race against time. abc's clayton sandell reports a final decision on how to make a repair is likely days away. >> reporter: engineering a tricky repair job, 230 miles above the ground. >> what is actually going wrong? >> reporter: mission control troubleshooting how to fix a faulty critical component. one of two cooling loops that keep the station from dangerously overheating. a valve in one is stuck forcing the six astronauts to rely on the duplicate but there is no backup if that one fails, too. >> this is a position we don't want to be in long term. >> reporter: during their daily briefing, nasa said for now the two americans, three russians
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and one japanese astronaut living on the station are not in danger. engineers say they have two options, first upload new software to reboot the stuck valve. if that doesn't work, they have to swap it for a spare during a risky emergency space walk. >> astronaut doug wheelock replaced the same part in 2010 during his own space walk. >> i like to say whenever we open the hatch and send people outside, it's always dangerous. >> reporter: another problem, nasa suspended space walks in july after water that was supposed to keep an astronaut cool leaked in to his suit. he nearly drowned. >> my head is really wet. >> reporter: in a worst case scenario, the crew would have to evacuate and hitch a ride on the soyuz station. this is where astronauts are trained to live and work on the station. we are told a final decision on whether the space walk is a go or no-go will be made on monday. the bottom line is that houston has a problem, but it's one they are confident they can fix. clayton sandell, abc news,
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houston. two people dead in southern utah after their home was destroyed in a rock slide. the mayor of rockville, utah, said some dirt near a highway gave way and carried several large boulders right into a house and destroyed it. it is believed the people inside were killed on impact. another rock slide happened there 11 years ago. that one did not kill anyone. parts of upstate new york are buried under nearly four feet of snow. this morning, it's still coming down. the tiny town of constableville has been getting slammed since tuesday. two bands of snow are hitting buffalo and syracuse. new york city is also bracing for snow this weekend by a storm that's moving in from d.c. to boston. heavy snow is blamed for massive pileup in the midwest. at least 40 cars and trucks were caught up in a chain-reaction crash in michigan. witnesses say it started with a two-car accident that blossomed because other drivers were going too fast on the slick roads. at least two police cars were
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among those hit and several people were injured. finally, it's warming up a little bit in the windy city after bone-chilling cold created this eerie scene over the chicago river. temperatures plunged to three below zero yesterday morning. so frigid that steam started to rise from the water. >> quite a picture. >> wow. >> one place i don't want to be because it is colder than here. >> we think we have it bad here. chicago has it worse. they always do in the winter. here's a look at the weather. snow adds to the bone-chilling temperatures in kansas reaching upstate new york tonight and tomorrow. i-95 corridor gets a wintry mix along the coast and some snow inland. rain along the gulf. clear and mild in california and the southwest. snow in washington and oregon west of the cascades. >> 46 seattle. 61 l.a. 42 denver. 36 kansas city. detroit 25 and mild 64 for everyone in new orleans. a dog named lucy is having surgery in the boston area today.
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she is suffering from injuries she sustained while basically saving her owner's life. her owner is john myles, who's still recovering in the hospital from several serious injuries he sustained after he and lucky were hit by a car. they were hurt a few days before thanksgiving. >> here's the amazing part. after the accident, lucy limped to an office and barked until someone noticed and called for help. all of the best to john and his recovery and to lucy for today's operation. >> amazing. essentially, they were both hit by a car and the owner, john myles, too incapacitated to do anything and the dog barked her head off, injured no less, until people went what's the matter and then oh, my goodness. >> not only her, but she was able to bring them over to john. there you see john. by the way, lucy has been said to have been crying since her owner has been away at the hospital. apparently this type of dog when they whimper it sounds like they are crying. glad they are going to be okay. coming up beyonce's
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water, water everywhere but not a drop to drink. that 200-year-old phrase for many people rings so true today. >> despite unlimited supplies of tap water, millions of us choose not to touch the stuff and instead pay for bottled water. >> from a taste standpoint is it really better than tap? here's abc's dr. richard besser. >> reporter: the ads make a splash. crashing waterfalls, crystal clear lakes. we buy $12 billion a year of bottled water. you may think it is better for you, tastes better. but have you ever asked yourself is it really? to find out, we set up the real answers water challenge in central park, pitting new york h2o against a leading bottled brand. a nonscientific throw -down about taste.
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>> abc news water challenge. step right up. >> they didn't know what they were drinking but they knew what they thought. >> tell me if you prefer the taste of a or b. >> b. >> b. >> what do you like about a? >> it feels cleaner. >> reporter: why do you like b more? >> fresher. >> b. >> reporter: the results were mixed. but now the more serious question, do you think that bottled water is healthier for you? environmental advocate mae wu says think again. >> we've done studies that have shown that bottled water is no more safe or clean than regular tap water. >> there is more testing of bottled water than tap water. >> actually there is more testing of tap water than bottled water. >> reporter: that's right. by federal rule, they test tap water for 100 compounds every day with results online for you to read. bottled water doesn't have to do that. but some say they exceed the federal requirements. >> bottled water is a safe, healthy, convenient product. consumers like the fresh taste. >> reporter: which brings us
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back to our taste test. the result. almost a perfect split. >> 11 chose bottled and nine chose new york tap. p.s., about half of bottled water including leading brand aquafina, has been purified. a marketing triumph. dr. richard besser, abc news, new york. >> a shame all the plastic from these bottles you think you are being healthy and don't think of it. but bottled water has really caused a tremendous amount of plastic to go into landfills and stuff. >> it is so inexpensive. when water in a bottle first came out, everybody is like bottling air. right. it is so inexpensive now and i have bottles and bottles in my home. >> me, too. coming up, the veteran actress who admits to being higher than a kite at just about every award show. and a superstar's new album introduced in a very surprising way coming up next in "the skinny." >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations.
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they don't help single moms. hi. hi. what happened to our house last year? it flooded. and the water flooded out. yeah. the red cross arranged the hotel for us. they gave me that break, that leverage, to be able to get it together and... take care of them, you know? i feel like we've come full circle. like that! this is how i'll do it. sarah: there you go.
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♪ we start with something unprecedented. beyonce has dropped a new album. if that sounds crazy to you and the fact that we haven't heard about it, that's why. this is unprecedented. so it's starting to seem like she just wanted to have no filter, no propaganda, lots of media involved. she just wanted to, the day she dropped it, let the world know and probably figure out how
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popular she is. anyway, a little different with what she did. she released 14 songs in her album, but there are 17 visually stunning and provocative videos to go around with each of these -- each of these songs that are part of the album. the first one that you're seeing is "jealous." let's take a listen. ♪ >> so there's 14 songs and 17 videos. we will try to squeeze in as many as we can. this video is for another song called "blow." there is another song featuring her daughter, this is adorable called "blue." you can see blue ivy. you don't see a lot of her. you just see her being picked up and her in the back. a lot of pictures of blue ivy have been out there. there you see blue again. that's the sweeter side. and there is a song that's been out for some time featuring the pepsi commercial called "grown woman." beyonce has released a bonus video for that song called
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"grown woman" and there you see her. so it is unprecedented because it is cool and new and it's -- nobody's done this before but also all of the videos attached i think makes it nice. susan serandon, who knew, she likes the ganga weed. >> oh, boy. >> she always looks like she is a little -- >> on "watch what happens live" andy cohen name one major hollywood event you showed up to stoned. and she said, "only one? i would say almost all except the oscars." let's listen. >> name one major hollywood event that you showed up to stoned. >> only one.
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almost all except the oscars. >> can you believe it? i wonder why the oscars was so serious. out of respect -- i will tell you i wouldn't want to wrestle with a weed-induced bout of paranoia in an award show. brave woman. not being paranoid about your public image at all. arnold schwarzenegger decided while he was at the national finals rodeo that he would jump on a mechanical horse and take it for a ride. >> check it out. >> he can hardly keep a straight face as you see him there. it is a fun video. 66-year-old in vegas on a fake horse doing his thing. having a little fun. >> good for arnold. another photo to show you, talk about six pack. kelly ripa. >> she's stunning. look at that. look at that. >> super woman. has a million jobs, big family, keeps herself that fit. she has more like an eight pack. inspiration during the holidays when you reach for another cookie. >> she is relentless at the gym. i was lucky to be in the same gym with her many moons ago and i was in and out and she was still on the treadmill. >> a dynamo. >> don't get it by accident. hard work.
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>> that doesn't happen because you are there for an hour. she was there forever. ppen because you are there for an hour. she was there forever.
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♪ time is on my side time now for our weekly "week in review" hour, "friday rewind." >> a busy week across the globes as we paid tribute to nelson mandela, shivered through an arctic blast and broke a logjam on capitol hill. >> too many leaders who claim solidarity with madiba struggled for freedom but do not tolerate dissent from their own people. >> he made this south africa to a rainbow nation. as you can see black and white people are sitting together. >> here's the current windchills minus 11 right now. 17 below in aberdeen. >> driving was terrible. wet everywhere.
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my car slipped everywhere. really bad conditions out there. >> this agreement makes sure that we don't have a government shutdown scenario in january. >> because of this deal, the budget process can stop approaching from crisis to crisis. >> any problem in space is a critical problem, but i wouldn't say it was expected but planned for. that's why they have spares and that's why they monitor everything. >> what did you learn during the investigation? >> i have to get more mature. i have to get better at everything i do. i cannot let myself -- our teammates can't let ourselves on this level. >> i have my own philosophies and way of looking at the world. i don't answer to anyone. this is your real persona. >> absolutely. absolutely. absolutely. absolutely. >> the first person to play walt disney on film.
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>> well, yeah. >> daunting. >> oh, god. yeah. absolutely. ♪ i'll have a blue christmas ♪ without you ♪ i'll be so blue >> 16-year-old canadian kid sounds just like elvis. >> he's not having a blue christmas not with the popularity he will get with that. we want to remind you about a special feature for our fans of "world news now." >> it is called "in case you missed it," and it is on our facebook page. check it out. log on to wnnfans.com and we have our best moments in a montage, and they like to make us look silly. >> sometimes our best moments. >> sometimes our worst moments and then back and forth like a hundred times. anything special this weekend? >> it is my dad's birthday this weekend. happy birthday, dad. >> happy birthday.
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making news in america this morning -- the death sentence, sending shock waves across the globe. a member of north korea's ruling family, a mentor to the young leader, executed. new details overnight. interpreter investigation. the man accused of giving fake sign language at nelson mandela's tribute is opening up about his violent past, his hallucinations and how he was able to get so close to the president. courtroom stunner. the newlywed on trial accused of killing her husband on their honeymoon comes clean. taking the judge and jury step-by-step into what really happened. she did what? an overnight surprise by beyonce that no one saw coming, not even her biggest fans.

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