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and welcome back on this friday morning. there are new warnings from law
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enforcement about the danger of being under the influence, of course, drunk driving being as deadly as it's ever been. >> legalization of marijuana in some states is making it tougher for cops to keep the roads safe. clayton sandell went on patrol with police. >> reporter: the new challenge for cops patrolling colorado's highways. >> any marijuana tonight? >> i did have some of that, sir. >> okay. >> reporter: drivers getting behind the wheel stoned. >> hey, you know why i stopped you? >> no. >> man, you are driving all over the place, okay. hey, man, how much marijuana have you smoked tonight? >> reporter: police say the signs of drunk driving can be obvious -- but judging marijuana impairment is tougher. >> just one joint? >> yes, sir. >> reporter: for now, police are relying on standard tests. >> follow my eyes. >> reporter: there is no breathalyzer test, and results from drawing blood can take weeks.
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plus, experts say seasoned users are less impaired with more in their blood. and newer users are going to be more impaired with less in their blood. this year, colorado state troopers have written nearly 230 citations for driving high. compared to over 3,100 for alcohol. >> people need to know that it is a significant problem. >> reporter: dr. christian thurstone and colleagues found that as marijuana is widely available in colorado, the number of drivers testing positive after fatal crashes doubled. valerie walton is recovering from serious injuries after she was hit by a driver police say was high. >> it makes me upset. they don't realize that it does affect them. >> reporter: different studies disagree on whether stoned drivers are actually causing more crashes. this driver failed his roadside test. >> body tremors. seeing, like, red eyes. put your hands behind your back. >> reporter: and now could be headed for a different kind of joint. clayton sandell, abc news.
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>> the thing is, it can actually stay in your system for a month. >> exactly. you know. and as it continues to build up through more usage over time, it's going to be more difficult to detect. same time, point this out -- approaching winter, what's the possibility of risk of skiing while you are high and accidents and -- i know there's always debate on the slopes whether you wear a helmet or not. something to consider. >> what if you are like me and you look like you are high when you are skiing? i would never step a foot in colorado. >> i find that hard to believe you don't look like susie chapstick bunny on the hill. coming up, not talking about food. you, you making you hotter. beauty benefits on this friday, friday. and next half-hour, hollywood -- homes you have seen them on your favorite tv shows the and big screen. now they can be yours. find out right here on "world news now". >> announcer: "world
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♪ that's where it went. >> i can share. i'm two shades darker than you, i keep telling you doesn't give you the bronzed look. >> i know. a few more hours in the sun -- able to get to this level. >> the magic of makeup. undeniable. an illusion. you might need less with a different kind of magical substance. look no further than your barbecue grill. >> that's right. out of all things, charcoal has beauty benefits of all kinds on this try day friday. we'll see what's cooking. >> reporter: an ancient beauty secret making a comeback. it's charcoal. it made its way from the backyard grill all the way to your face. from soap, juice cleanses, facials and toothpaste.
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charcoal its the hottest beauty trend since -- the last time charcoal was popular beauty trend. >> use charcoal for their eyes, berries for their lips. it's centuries old. >> reporter: in 2014, uses have expanded well beyond eyeliner. >> apparently this black stuff is supposed to make my teeth writer. it doesn't taste like anything. >> at ling spa, the charcoal facial one of the most popular treatments, and its creator says it gets skin glowing. >> this charcoal, the ingredient of it can have 200, 300 times way to get the impurities. after the summer, after you deal with the sun, you are outdoors. you go to the beach. you travel. you leave sweating impurity under your skin. a perfect time to slough off all the sun damage.
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>> you don't have to come all the way to the big apple to give your skins the benefit of a lump of coal. lush makes coal face. origins, charcoal max. and biore sells a cleanser. and a california-based juice company shown here even makes a charcoal lemonade. tastes like lemonade. to see if charcoal can make my skin shine, too. oh, it's cold. ooh. very relaxing. it turns out the charcoal beauty try has come full circle. >> it is way cheaper. looks as good as an eyeshadow you bought in the store. and it is healthier. see, it's pretty. >> reporter: abc news, new york. >> all right, how is it? this is charcoal lemonade. is it good? charcoal also known as -- >> pretty good. >> is it?
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the apartment building where the fire was. when things like this happen, i think you find a new perspective on life. hi. red cross put us in a hotel so we were able to stay together. we're strong and, if we overcame that or if we can overcome that, we can overcome anything, so. [ sniffle ]
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this morning on "world news now" -- increasing pressure on the commissioner of the nfl over his statements about the ray rice incident. new reports this morning that rice told roger goodell about the incident to his face. then, a spreading virus infecting children across the country. more and more kids are arriving at hospitals having trouble breathing. what you need to know to keep your little ones safe. plus, they're the homes we've seen on tv across the decades. dwellings as familiar as the characters who probably never lived there. well, now many of them on the market for incredible amounts of money. and attention "top gun" lovers, if you feel the need, the need for speed, then we have got news for you. it's ahead in "the skinny" on this friday, september 12th.
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negative ghost rider. >> were you a big "top gun" fan? >> i got your six. >> that's right. that was it. >> right at the cusp of my childhood. >> right, barely, barely able to make eye contact with the television, right. i understand. >> that's right. we're actually going to kick it off here with the startling report from espn claiming ray rice admitted punching his then fiancee, to roger goodell back in june. >> this latest revelation sparked a whole new round of calls for goodell to step down. here's abc's karen travers. >> reporter: the baltimore ravens took on the pittsburgh steelers. but the game was completely overshadowed by the on going ray rice controversy. the former fbi director, robert muller, has been brought in to look into what happened in the elevator and whether anyone saw
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the video. this week, the nfl sa said that roger goodell said the video released by tmz was inconsistent with what rice told him. here is goodell in an interview with cbs news. >> when we met with ray rice and his representatives, it was ambiguous about what actually happened. >> reporter: but espn is reporting four sources close to rice say that during the running back's meeting with the commissioner in june, he told goodell he hit janay and knocked her unconscious. >> the commissioner should be held accountable for his actions. >> reporter: sources tell abc news ravens officials knew rice's lawyer had the elevator surveillance tape but never asked to see it. the owner of the ravens told the nbc station in baltimore he loved rice, and the star running back had a stellar record. >> i'm guilty of, of -- seeing it the way a parent would see it. seeing it the way you would if it was your son or if it was your brother. you -- use interpreted what was being told to you in the light was most favorable to ray.
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>> reporter: 16 women senators are urging roger goodell to take zero zero tolerance policy on violence toward women. if you assault a woman you should not get a second chance. karen travers, abc news. >> all they're saying, they're saying goodell had access to an atlantic city court complaint which is also public. it alleged there exactly what happened. >> the trail of who knew what when how they reacted. "the wall street journal" reporting that maybe goodell offered the two game suspension possibly out of respect for rice's wife after she said she also landed a blow in this altercation. possible explanation. but obviously the investigation is going on. meantime, ravens playing steelers. highlights of that game later on. obviously the nfl season under way. clearly, another headline coming out of it. breaking news coming in just now. we got word that an escaped
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killer has been recaptured in the state of ohio. t.j. lane who was serving three lifetime sentences for killing three students at a high school. escaped from prison with two inmates. >> details still sketchy. lane was hiding in a farmhouse or barn not far from the prison. at his trial last year, lane showed no remorse for the shootings, in fact mocking the victims' families before before recaptured. officials closed all schools in the district for today. this friday morning, cleanup from dangerous storms across the midwest and south. up to 78 inches of rain fell in memphis and mississippi in five hours. the rain was so heavy it caused a roof to collapse at this mall. emergency crews and boats dispatched across memphis, rescuing people trapped inside their flooded homes. >> behind that storm system is an early blast of winter. i can't believe it. cold air pushing down from canada is bringing colder temperatures. >> 12 states now under frost advisories and freeze warnings. accuweather meteorologist jim dickey has the latest. jim, good friday morning. >> good morning, reena, dan. our fall preview continuing here.
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across the northern plains, upper midwest. yesterday some spots, highs ran almost 40 degrees below average. now challenging records to the morning hours, down to 30 bismarck. 35 in pierre. 34 in denver. challenge, again, records here. and we'll see snowfall. that coating to an inch of so not accumulating on roadways, fresh coating in grassy surfaces yes, still summer. reena, dan. back to you. >> thank you, jim. an american doctor treated for signs of ebola in nebraska is making progress. after getting blood from another american who battled the disease. dr. ray sacra given serum made with blood donated by dr. kent bradley. bradley's blood carries antibody. and given an experimental drug. difficult to determine what is helping him improve. turning now to another virus that has the cdc on high alert. enterovirus sickened 1,000 children. the infection spread to 15 states. this morning parents are urged to be vigilant.
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abc's dr. richard besser has the story. >> reporter: dr. angela lumba on onn of the worst e.r. days she's had. >> make sure he is okay. i was scared. >> reporter: frantic parents. wheezing children. >> the virus is called enterovir enterovirus. >> reporter: in the nine hours at st. louis children's hospital, we watched the waiting room fill up. penelope, her dad rushing her in. how old are? >> 3 1/2. >> reporter: one thing you should know about the virus -- it can come on quickly. >> noticed the fever today. and coughing. she got it from last night. >> reporter: at least 15 states grappling with suspected cases of the rare respiratory disease. on a normal day in the emergency room, they're seeing 100 kids. yesterday they saw 200. the reason for the increase, all the virus. >> we have had pretty severe patients. at least one, two, three, four severe patients with respiratory symptoms.
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>> reporter: over how many days? >> just today. [ coughing ] >> reporter: after the coughing and sneezing, a struggle just to breathe. >> hi, i'm dr. besser. >> hi. >> reporter: 2-year-old gemma's parents notice first thing in the morning. >> having trouble breathing. >> reporter: by 6:00 at night, so many sick kids here they once again brought in mobile care units to handle overflow. emergency measures to help little patients and their parents breathe easier. if you're a parent, there are two crucial things you need to do. if your child gets a cold and has any trouble breathing, take them to the doctor right away. and remember, this is contagious. good hand washing is the best way to keep them safe. dr. richard besser, abc news, new york. new details on how the federal government pressured yahoo! to give up data. newly unsealed court documents show yahoo! faced fines of $250,000 a day.
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that's if it didn't turn over the information about its foreign users. this was six years ago. the secret court order part of a national security request. yahoo! appealed the order and lost. well, hp admits former employees bribed russian officials to win a contract. hp's russian subsidiary pleaded guilty to violating foreign corrupt practices act. the technology company has been fined $59 million for paying the $2 million bribe. a search is underway in florida for a pair of brazen burglars who broke into an at&t store. police near daytona beach released this video of the thieves using a saw to cut into two safes. took two minutes to make off with $40,000 of cell phones and tablets. police believe the same men broke into six other at&t stores in six months. scientists used to think dinosaurs were scary predators that roamed the earth. now unveiled the remains of a âkvwiã‘
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so whether we think about houses on tv, when we are younger feel like we grew up in them now. we can live in them. and hollywood history as they're for sale as long as you have serious cash. >> deep pockets on this one. the house that ozzie and harriet once called home is on the market, along with some modern
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amenities. abc's david wright gives us a tour. ♪ >> reporter: ozzie and harriet nelson, truly the all-american family. their classic american home in the hollywood hills now for sale. it was gracious even in its day. >> my, you certainly have a lovely home. >> oh, thanks. >> reporter: oh how the times have changed. >> wow. quite the house. now there's a state-of-the-art entertainment system, a master bath you could get lost in. this is bigger than my bedroom. in the kitchen, no more 1950s appliances. everything strictly gourmet. >> the asking price is $499 million. >> reporter: $5 million. the else inons aren't alone. houses in the "honeymooner's" brooklyn neighborhood are skyrocketing. the apartment in ralph cramden's old building on the market for $810,000. >> just got to face it. just have to cut down, cut out this high living.
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>> reporter: even the brady bunch might have to scale down. their old house in the san fernando valley recently valued at $1.4 million. >> ah! >> reporter: there are pop culture bargains out there, the "home alone" house recently sold for $1 million below asking price. same for the ultramodern house of ferris bueller's friend. one family may keep up, the modern family home, recently sold above $2 million. and he may be able to afford the >> bring it. >> reporter: heck, phil dunphy might be able to afford the old "ozzie and harriet" place. after all he is in real estate. >> that's very cool. some of the tv studios, keep them. preserve them so they can have the history. >> like a walking tour. amusement park. drive around see the houses. why did they put the fence in front of "the brady bunch"
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house? >> an injustice of curb side appeal if ever there were. if you are looking for real estate that's popular, the mary tyler moore house in minneapolis, $2.8 million. not cheap. >> you know what i want, the "godfather" home in l.a. $600,000 a month the we could split it. you could come on weekends. >> could have been a contender. could have been a contender. figure out next month. coming up in "the skinny," the high flying 80s classic finally getting a sequel. >> steamy pictures from a celebrity honeymoon. here on "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations. >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations.
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cue kenny loggins. this morning we feel the need for speed. that's because, the sequel of "top gun" definitely happening. in development a long time. tom cruise signed on to bring back maverick. >> the film centering, of course, around maverick. besides cruise, no word which characters would be coming back. who would be playing them. >> they're having kids now? going to go through divorces? what's the storyline? >> love to see that. >> jerry bruckheimer is producing. put it all together. >> please, please, please, please. >> starring role. more big news out f hollywood. spinoff in the works for "married with children." >> the hit show from the 80s and 90s being pitched to tv studios. centers around bud bundy, of course, played by david faustino, the one working on the project. he seems to have his sister, christina applegate, also involved. she started to spill the beans
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and then pulled back on any details. >> no word whether neil or katie segal would be involved. al and peg. hope so. >> that would be nice. i think a lot of people learned about, oh, cursing, sex, a lot of the things your parents didn't want to talk about. >> completely. >> just go learn it on "married with children." >> i couldn't watch it until youtube came out. i wasn't allowed to watch it. >> wholesome upbringing. on abc, new member of the team heading to "good morning america." forrer football star, tim tebow joining gma. >> which executive came up with this one? give them a raise. the heisman trophy winner and quarterback will launch a series, motivate monday. profiling inspiring individual and their stories. >> that's very nice. >> tebowing encouraged. >> little love on friday morning. enjoy the honeymoon with the power couple. gabrielle union, dwayne wade, actress/nba star. tied the knot a couple of weeks ago, and
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they're sharing adventures on instagram. >> sharing, we weren't butting into their personal life. they're enjoying a deserted island on newly married couples want to do. swimming. enjoying jet skiing. topping it off with adventure safari on the plains of africa. beautiful couple. >> when you see photos don't you say, i wish i looked like that in a bikini? >> not those words specifically. are you saying something, reena. i mean, been trying to suck it in this entire show. might as well forget it now. >> so have i. time for celebrity birthdays on this friday. taking a look at who is celebrating to day. a big happy birthday to all of you! ♪ >> i think their mothers will get the names right.
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>> can you believe those guys couldn't pronounce your name? >> it is an overnight show. >> i agree. overnight show. >> i agree. >> coming up -- looking back. you are loved a lot. and when you're wrapped in the blanket-like softness and protection of pampers swaddlers, all you feel is love. pampers.
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she loves to shop online with her debit card. and so does bill, an identity thief who stole mary's identity, took over her bank accounts, and stole her hard earned money. unfortunately, millions of americans just like you learn all it may take is a little misplaced information to wreak havoc on your life. this is identity theft, and no one helps stop it better than lifelock. lifelock has the most comprehensive identity theft protection available. if mary had lifelock's bank account alerts, she may have been notified in time to help stop the damage. lifelock's credit notification service is on the job 24/7. as soon as they detect a threat to your identity within their network, they will alert you helping protect you before damage can be done to your identity. lifelock has the most comprehensive identify theft protection available, helping guard your social security number, your money,
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your credit, even the equity in your home. my years as a prosecutor taught me that we all need to protect ourselves from crime, in today's world that includes identity theft. it's a serious problem. we all have to protect ourselves. [ male announcer ] while identity theft can't be completely stopped, no one works harder to help protect you than lifelock. you even get a $1 million service guarantee. that's security no one can beat. you have so much to protect and nothing to lose when you call lifelock right now and get 60 days of identity theft protection risk free. that's right. 60 days risk free! use promo code: notme. order now, and get this document shredder to help keep sensitive documents out of the wrong hands... a $29 value, free! don't wait until you become the next victim! call the number on your screen for 60 days of lifelock identity theft protection risk free and get a document shredder free. use promo code: notme.
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call the number on your screen now. >> okay. >> okay. it's finally friday. ♪ okay. it's finally friday. it's time. one busy week it has been for news. we started with celebrity funeral and royal baby on the way. >> to a new mission in fight terror as we mark 13 years since 9/11. let's take a look back at all these big stories that made this a week we won't soon forget. our friday rewind. >> it is time for president obama to exercise leadership in launching a response. >> what we should have is a direct, concerted overwhelming air campaign to take them out. >> i can announce that america will lead a broad coalition to roll back this terrorist threat. our objective is clear, we will
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degrade and ultimately destroy isil through a comprehensive and sustained counterterrorism strategy. >> what we saw in the first videotape was troubling to us in and of itself. but what we saw yesterday was extremely clear, is extremely graphic, and it was sickening. that's why we took the action we took. >> this is a dark day for the national football league. this is a black eye for the national football league. this is a terrible p.r. nightmare. a big tidal wave came up, took me out. flooded my truck. >> the park is dry. fire danger is very high. the fire crews they're going to experience very steep terrain. >> my head started hurting after my lungs started closing up. >> to go from a cold to being probably minutes away from death, that's kind of scary. >> we have one more thing. [ cheers and applause ] >> george, over the moon, he
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will be thrilled having a younger brother/sister. so, yeah, we'll wait and see. >> there was a bundle of laughs in there. have to say. it was irreverent. off color. just like joan's humor. >> our look back at the week doesn't end here. >> log on to facebook fan page, wnnfans.com. and check out "in case you missed it." >> see all our unusual, offbeat, behind the scenes moments from "world news now" during the past week. >> sometimes, we should have gotten fired for, maybe. >> don't give them any ideas, dan. don't give them any ideas. >> you know what, speaking of abc news, i'm looking forward to the miss america pageant sunday night. >> right. >> our own lara spencer hosting. >> taking a look at that. and of course, fashion week here in new york. coming of in london. what's going to carry across the pond? >> i look forward to it. >> stay with us. >> announcer: this is abc's "world news now," informing insomniacs for two decades. coming up in london. what's going to carry across the pond? >> i look forward to it. >> stay with us. >> announcer: this is abc's "world news now," informing insomniacs for two decades.
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good friday morning. i'm dan kloeffler. >> i'm reena ninan. here are some of the top headlines we're following on "world news now." oscar pistorius will be back in the south african courtroom to hear the verdict in the shooting death of his girlfriend in a decision that stunned many. the judge has already cleared pistorius of murder. full details in just a moment. convicted school shooter t.j. lane has been recaptured a few hours after his escape from prison last night. he shot and killed three high school students two years ago and never showed any remorse for it. toronto mayor rob ford remains in the hospital overnight with a tumor in his abdomen. a week before doctors have the results of the biopsy on the tumor. they will decide today whether to keep ford in the hospital. and "national geographic"
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scientists have revealed the remains of the steinosaurus. the biggest predator ever to roam earth. bigger than a t-rex, and feet of a duck. those are your top stories on friday, september 12th. >> can't believe it's friday. good friday morning. >> everybody is walking with big smiles. doesn't matter what the weather is like. it's friday. >> a lot of news this week. a lot of heavy news. september 11th, speaking of heavy news. going to kick it off this half-hour with the fate of oscar pistorius. back in the south african courtroom this morning to await the verdict in the trial of the shooting death of his girlfriend. >> the judge cleared pistorius of the most serious charges. stunning trial watchers all over the world. here's abc's matt gutman. >> reporter: for four hours they hung on her every word. oscar pistorius sobbing in court as the judge exonerated him of
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murder. >> not enough facts to support such a finding. >> reporter: the family of the model give he killed craning forward, but all of them left hanging. >> i will have to stop here. we will proceed tomorrow morning at half past 9:00. earlier the judge hinting she will convict him of a much lesser charge. the judge rejecting the prosecution's evidence as circumstantial. and she called his explanation of the shooting baffling. still, the blade runner striding out of court looking more confident. and hearing cheers for the first time in months. matt gutman, abc news, south africa. >> turning to our top story. extreme dangerous weather hitting the midwest and south. >> rains fell over memphis and nearby mississippi yesterday. up to eight inches in just five hours. the rain was so heavy in fact it caused a roof to collapse at
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this mall. >> emergency crews and boats were dispatched across memphis, rescuing people trapped inside their flooded homes. >> well as you can see right there, behind that storm is this snow. across the dakotas, deadwood south dakota, blanketed. mt. rushmore, seven inches. rapid city, most snowfall. 12 states under frost advisories or freeze warnings. >> a look at today's weather. half the nation blanketed by storms and heavy rain. all of texas into the upper midwest. nearly all the south. upper plains though will be dryer and sunny, rocky mountains to the west coast. >> temperatures dropping across the country. 50s, 60s, for the nation's upper half. 70s. in the northeast, northwest. still hot in the southwest. 90 in l.a. 103 in phoenix. arab nations are so far giving lukewarm support to president obama's call for international cooperation to defeat isis john kerry trying to
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drum up support among arab leaders in saudi arabia. what does it moon to troops and -- does it mean to troops and safety at home? here's abc's martha raddatz. >> reporter: the administration calls its counterterrorism operation. just look at what we are doing day after day pounding targets in iraq, and that will expand to syria. those nearly 500 additional ground troops being sent to iraq they join more than 1,000 u.s. troops on the ground in iraq and all of them are supporting the combat mission. a mission that is not without risk. the cia now estimating there are more than 30,000 isis fighters. across iraq and syria. martha raddatz. abc news, washington. among those here in the united states talking foreign policy, either government role or just casual outsiders, the discussion of the definition of war. is in fact this effort a war
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effort, or is it simply an effort to fight terrorism? it can mean a difference if it requires a vote from congress. >> i know washington gets caught up in the talk. a war, not a war. i want to know why are arab nations not stepping up? we go through this time and time again. american lives. american money. we don't see them stem up. i understand the politics. some times don't want to look aligned to the u.s. a lot of people in america are saying, i'm kind of tired. the white house made a case this is affecting american security the a lot of people wish there was more action by arab nations. >> sharing the same sentiment. the ray rice scandal heating up this morning. espn reporting ray rice told roger goodell in june he punched this then fiancee inside the elevator. that contradicts the statement to cbs news when he said he left the meeting feeling what happened in the elevator was " ambitiambiguou "ambiguous." ravens team officials have known all along that rice's lawyer had
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the surveillance tape but never asked to see it. >> scandal didn't seem to be a major distraction for the ravens last night who've rolled past the pittsburgh steelers. 26-6. bernard pierce took over for the suspended ray rice notching 96 yards. 22 carries. the steelers could manage two field goals. boy, things got pretty crazy last night in baseball. the marlins facing the brewers in milwaukee. scary situation. miami's stanton gets hit in the face by a pitch. he goes down bleeding. >> brewers' pitcher, mike fires, upset that he hit stanton. he was left in the game. his next pitch hit miami's pinch hitter, on the hand. both the benches empty on to the field. obviously, a little more than heated discussion. >> later with order restored, brewers batter was hit.
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leading to the ejection of miami's pitcher. if it matters, milwaukee won the game. 4-2. >> lot going on between them. >> sure is. and an american being treated in the u.s. for ebola on the road to recovery after receiving blood for fellow american who battled the virus. the disease spreading fast across west africa. here's mr. from abc's brandi hitt. >> reporter: american doctor rick sacra's health is improving after contracting the deadly ebola virus in liberia. >> we are amazed at how quickly rick's infection seemed to turn around. >> reporter: the risk of infection still so great, sacra's wife can communicate with him through video conference during his treatment this week at nebraska medical center. sacra contracted ebola treat ing pregnant women. >> when rick arrived at the beginning of august there was not one box of latex gloves to be purchased in the entire city. >> reporter: so far the ebola outbreak killed more than 2,300 people in west africa and sickened nearly 2,000 more. with quarantines in place, liberia's defense minister
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warned the united nations the virus is threatening his country's very existence. >> it is now spreading like wildfire destroying everything in its path. >> reporter: a fourth sick american aid worker, is recovering at emory university hospital. the same isolation unit that treated dr. kent brantly and nancy writebol, ebola free. brantly flew to nebraska to help sacra, to donate his blood to create two. >> it's unknown if the serum from dr. brantly's blood is what is helping dr. sacra, also being treated with the drug that doctors refuse to reveal. brandi hitt, abc news. a brave few -- move by a customer caught in the middle of a jewelry heist. >> four masked men forced their way into a jewelry store,
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wielding sledgehammers, scooping up everything inside. as they escaped, one customer is seen boldly snatching back one of the bags filled with jewelry. >> i think it was instinct. the fact that the shop owner was so upset his livelihood was going out the door. i can't say that it was a premeditated thought. just done it on impulse. >> brazen. >> to say the least. turns out the jewelry in the bag, yeah, $80,000 worth. the shop owner says it saved him from going out of business. >> wow. >> makes you wonder. would you be able to have the guts -- >> no. no. his livelihood, right? >> i know. you defend it right to the end even if some one has a sledgehammer. >> i'm a wimp. >> right there with you. well, president obama's approval ratings are slipping. house republicans won't give him the time of day, and members of his own party see him as a drag in this fall's midterm elections. even the kids -- president and first lady made a surprise visit to a charter school in washington to see recreation program. that disappointed one of the young students. >> i really wanted it to be
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beyonce. >> i understand. [ laughter ] >> no. no. malia and sasha would feel the same way. >> you thought we were going to be beyonce? it's difficult. >> i realized it was going to be you, that's even better. >> see there. >> i appreciate you saying that in front of the press. i know that's not really true. but that's okay. >> she tried to redeem herself, come on. >> she might have a future in politics making that correction so quickly. >> give her a seat in the house, come on. >> mrs. obama said she would rather see beyonce. got a big smile from her husband. at least in public. >> i think they all basically say -- you know, the great thing, beyonce is sitting at home saying, yep, i know. >> she is saying, jay-z, even the president of the united states is saying -- >> exactly. coming up this friday morning, we're taking wearable technology into the beauty salon. how google glass is and the
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online tutorial for the, shall we say cosmetologolically challenged. >> that's a big one. >> supercalafragilisticexpealadocio -- what two surfers did that's never been done before. ♪ >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by united health care. fore. >> your's watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by united health care. i think we should get a medicare supplement insurance plan. right now? [ male announcer ] whether you're new to medicare or not, you may know it only covers about 80% of your part b medical expenses. it's up to you to pay the difference. so think about an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. like all standardized medicare supplement insurance plans, they help cover some of what medicare doesn't pay and could really save you in out-of-pocket medical costs.
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reena in the house. >> my 2-year-old sings it. pretty bad -- >> no, not at all. she introduced you. mama. now getting fancy is getting fancier. department store makeovers are incorporating technology. >> salons using google glass to give you a look at their work. and cecilia vega has the the story. >> reporter: it never fails. you get the perfect salon blowout. makeup powder makeover. tried to re-create it at home. epic fail. but that same wearable technology, loved by everyone from a-list celebrities to athletes, even princes, could make that painful attempt to re-create beauty perfection painless. now, pros are picking up the lipstick. >> let's get that red lip -- >> reporter: and the blow dryers and putting on google glasses to record their work.
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sending customers home with step-by-step video tutorials so they can replicate the real deal. >> seeing the makeover through the artist's eyes is really a different experience. you're seeing the full application start to finish. >> reporter: want the perfect up-do, braid, or side pony. hairstylist from matrix are recording it all sending you home with a video that costs additional $10. >> all right, time for me to put the google glasses to the test. let's go. hi. so i'm not the only one who gets an amazing blowout and goes home and can never duplicate it? >> one of the things, this is all happening behind your head. you can't see. what's great you are seeing it from my perspective. >> reporter: the celebrity stylist, slips on the google glasses and goes to work. each step recorded from start to finish. >> you want that to just give you that really pieceiness. now it's time for me to try. i've got my 3 minute video. time to see if i can replicate
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what the pro did. wish me luck. rolling -- my arms hurt. >> easier said than done. but hey, not too bad if i do say so myself. cecilia vega, abc news, los angeles. >> she looks awesome. i could never do that. >> all of the ladies at abc look amazing regardless. >> you don't see us on vacation when donna isn't here to do our hair. got to go. stick with us. >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations. got to go. stick with us. >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations.
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more of a zombie move than it is surfing. anyway, we're back, hanging ten mpt you can tell. doing studio surfing. >> look out for the shark. >> ow. >> just got to stroke, dude.
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>> these guys ride the world's biggest waves and risk life and limb. surfs up. we are up all "nightline" with abc's ginger zee. >> reporter: inside the barrel of one of the most dangerous waves in the world. elite surfers taj and mark are about to attempt something that has never ben done before. getting inside that -- an infamous swell two miles off the coast of australia called the wright. [ bleep ] >> reporter: a wave so powerful that even if you are lucky enough to get in it, the pressure of the break alone could kill you. >> definitely life threatening. 100%. >> right next to it. >> reporter: these guys aren't just going to surf it -- they will surf it together with a 20-pound camera, attempting to capture what could
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be the most dangerous surf photo in history. >> wanted to ride a wave behind me. had a speed camera. pretty heavy. lake a wrecking ball. >> reporter: the entire journey unfolds in a new red bull documentary. like most of the world's biggest waves, this one hits miles off shore. so mark and taj have to be pulled out by jet ski. >> planning to be towed in by one jet ski, which is really never done either. it is freezing cold. and, i'm terrified. >> they manage to catch the wave on the first try. >> what is the feeling right when you get in? >> everything is terrifying. when you pull up and you are inside the wave, so you completely are surrounded by the ocean. feels like a plane, weird air pressure in there. kind of surreal. [ bleep ] >> the first run was solid. mark wants to go deeper. they decide to go for a second run. mark has just 15 seconds to snap the photo before everything goes black. >> as i am nearly coming towards
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the exit of the wave, i just end up -- my board watching, going too fast to handle the speed. i got cartwheel ed and remember being held down the longest held down. >> reporter: the team is frantic. mark coming up for hair, 45 second later. the longest time under in his life. mark suffers a ruptured eardrum and torn-up face. taj injures his shoulder. to them, capturing the shot and the rush of surviving the wright was worth risking it all. >> pushing the boundaries and angles of what you can get and the perspective what it's look being inside a wave liking that. definitely nothing like that has ever been attempted. the ride itself was only 10, 15 seconds long. the memory lasts a lifetime. >> reporter: for "nightline," i'm ginger zee in new york. >> i'll take our in studio version. >> exactly. >> 25-foot waves. actually volume of walter makes it intense. >> have you surfed before? >> i have not.
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" go "good-hearted kids drama whose earnestness and morale complexity put sea mammal flicks to shame." and "even in strained moments, there is a sin sart to "dolphin tale 2," an ambition to be more than equal sequel." >> satisfactory reviews. no good deed. this home invasion thriller plays a stranger who smooth talks his way into a family's home. and the mother lets in the poor guy, claiming car trouble. he then proceeds to terrorize the family. her character is trying to keep her children safe. take a look. >> is everything all right, ma'am? >> yeah, everything is fine. >> were you trying to signal me with your headlights back there.
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>> i can't say anything right now. >> guess who else can't say anything? all the critics. >> what? >> do you know want to know why? the studio canceled all advanced screenings. critics are revolting in tweets. this is what they're saying, "we're not screening this because we are worried critics will spoil the big twist." one of my favorite studio lies. and playing off the title. "no good deed goes unscreened." and this odd breakdown of what the twist might be. they're the same person. he's satan. he's the kid's dad. heavy favorite, she is the real villain. i've guess we will find out for ourselves. >> like there's been no major twist in any other movie in the century. >> the first one ever in the history of cinematic creation right there. "no good deeds." >> don't get it. >> go with dolphin tale. >> maybe it will make you go watch it. >> the news for this half-hour. >> follow us on facebook, wnnfans.com. >> announcer: more americans choose abc news to see the whole picture. >> follow us on facebook,
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this morning on "world news now" -- too much rain in too short a time leads to serious flooding in the middle of the nation. one area under a state of emergency right now. and look out, a late summer cold snap might be heading your way. olympic runner oscar pistorius heading back to court in south africa today. we know he won't be convicted of murdering his girlfriend. that doesn't mean he won't be heading to prison. then on this friday morning, charcoal. you see, it's not just for barbecuing anymore. our brave reporter shows us what else it can be used for. >> reporter: apparently this black stuff is actually supposed to make my teeth whiter. >> in our "try day friday" segment on this friday, september 12th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now."
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>> talk about it. good morning, everyone. jump right into it. right? how are you going to get actually cleaner complexion putting charcoal on your face. >> i would do it live on television. i'm in desperate need of a facial. >> it's friday. anything can happen. friday, friday. have the make-up department standing by in case. good friday morning. lot to got to. breaking news. ohio police have recaptured an escaped killer. t.j. lane is serving life sentences for killing three students at chardon high school two years ago. >> lane showed no remorse at his trial, smirking and mocking the victims' family. two inmates escaped last night. one was recaptured. police found lane a few hours later in a farmhouse or barn in a rural area not far from the prison. >> as a caution, officials canceled all classes in chardon for today learning lane had -- before lane had been recaptured. they didn't want to take any
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chances with him on the loose. now to our other top story -- dangerous weather historic millions across the midwest and south. >> torrential rains triggering flash floods. all prompted mississippi governor phil bryant to declare state of for desoto county south of memphis, tennessee. >> roads and homes are flooded. neighborhoods are under water. this morning many residents are taking refuge in shelters. now to the latest. >> reporter: a flash flood emergency in memphis, tennessee. the fire department dispatching boats with rescue crews to pull people trapped in their flooded homes. this woman carried to safety. the area in front of her home turned into a waterfall. roads and rivers unable to keep up with the huge amount of water. the rain so heavi, it caused that roof to collapse at this memphis mall, flooding stores and shattering display cases. up to 8 inches falling in memphis and nearby mississippi five hours.
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same system swamped indianapolis causing treacherous roads there. that tornado that tore through the town of stow, ohio, tearing off roofs and downing trees, was one of three touching down in the buckeye state. >> all kinds of things flying around and debris. >> reporter: behind this storm is the cold. deadwood, south dakota, blanketed by snow. mt. rushmore getting sun inches, sunflowers and spear fish wondering where the sun went. >> unusual weather in rapid city. earliest snowfall since 1888. the cold air dives south. 12 states under freeze warnings. denver close to the mark. the first measurable snowfall of the season. the front heads south and begins to stall. that means rain will be a factor from texas into the carolinas where they don't need any more rain. flash flooding a possibility over the next few days. abc news, new york. >> unfortunately, rob mentioned there, as we look ahead to today's weather. word of the day for many americans. cold. >> hard to believe. accuweather meteorologist jim
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dickey has the latest. good morning, jim. >> good morning, reena, dan. unseasonably cool air mass in place across the northern plains, midwest today. temperatures this morning in the early morning hours, 30s, 40s. challenging records. down to 30 in bismarck. 34 in denver. could see snowflakes. snow ending more or less. again, seeing snow mixing in through early morning hours. western nebraska into portions of colorado. a tropical system will bring heavy downpours to central and southern florida. reena, dan. back to you. >> thank you for that. back in flooded desoto county, mississippi, something extraordinary happened during one of the flood rescues. >> an apartment complex with sofas literally floating in her neighbor's apartment and rescuers banging on doors trying to get everybody out. leslie bruno got a surprise. her boyfriend waded to the car, and the couple got engaged. >> their first photo as an engaged couple. snapped in the middle of the
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flood. >> looks good. new fallout, this morning, also, moving to the ray rice scandal. espn reporting that ray rice told nfl commissioner roger goodell in june he punched his fiancée inside the elevator. >> that contradicts goodell's statement to cbs news when he said he came away from a meeting feeling that what happened actually happened in the elevator was "ambiguous." >> ravens' fans showed up for last night's game, many expressing their views on their jerseys. most condemned actions but disagreed on punishment. some are supporting it, but losing his job at endorsements is too harsh. >> pepsico the first sponsor to speak out on the scandal saying domestic violence is complete ly unacceptable. "we are encouraged to see the nfl treating this with the seriousness it deserves." >> one ravens' fan tells the
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"baltimore sun" -- rather than covering the name on the jersey change it to "ray nice." talking about being nice to girls. breaking news about oscar pistorius. moments ago. he was convicted of culpable murder in the shooting death of his girlfriend. in a decision that stunned many, the judge has already cleared pistorius from murder. but still faces convict on a lesser charge that could carry a significant prison term. here is abc's lama hasan. >> reporter: pistorius stared ahead as he was convicted of culpable murder in the killing of his girlfriend, reeve reeve. >> the totality of this evidence in this matter, the unanimous decision of this court -- >> reporter: the judge also convicted the paralympic star on a firearm charge and acquitted him on two others. yesterday, pistorius was found not guilty of the more serious charge of murder as the blade runner sobbed and the victim's family looked on. the judge explained her decision. >> not enough facts to support
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such a finding. >> reporter: south africans are stunned. >> you can see heavy by looking at the circumstances that led to the night of the killing. >> reporter: steenkamp, a model, had only been dating pistorius a few months before he shot and killed her on valentine's day last year. the prosecution argued he intentionally killed her after an argument. pistorius testified that he thought steenkamp was an intruder, calling the prosecution's explanation of the shooting baffling. the judge discounted the testimony of neighbors who said they heard a woman's screams the night of the incident. the judge admitted pistorius was a poor witness. >> because this is the night i lost control. >> reporter: but said it doesn't make him guilty of murder. tom abc news. >> surprising. >> a huge departure. originally the prosecutor called for premeditated murder which would have carried a minimum of 25 years in prison. a possibility that he might just
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get away with a fine. >> hard to believe that might be the case. and questions over whether he will remain on bail or not on bail. the big question will be his sentencing. that set for a later date. >> exactly. and that could go to appeal it to a higher court later on. clearly the case not over, but people stunned by the verdict that came out of south africa this morning. here at home, an investigation of a molotov cocktail thrown through a window of the office at 3:00 a.m. yesterday morning. the home made explosive did not ignite. no one was injured. since congress is in session, cleaver is in washington. thousands of families who received government aid after superstorm sandy sandy slammed the east coast. explain to give some back. thousands of households got more money than allowed under program rules.
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not necessarily by cheating the system. for example, some received fema for things covered by insurance. 4,500 recipients are under review. so far, 850 asked to return nearly $6 million. a big scare at a daycare center in new jersey after two dozen children mistakenly drank bleach. a teacher's aide was trying to give the kids water. didn't realize the bottle contained bleach. 28 kids, two adults hospitalized with nausea and stomach aches. they've been released. doctors say the solution was too diluted to cause serious harm. the cdc has issued a warning about the enterovirus that has sickened children across the country. the infection spread to 15 states. the enterovirus start out looking like a common cold and progresses quickly to the point in fact where kids struggle to breathe. officials are urging parents to be vigilant. if your child gets a cold and had any trouble breathing take him or her to a doctor immediately. the best defense, as always, washing hands with soap and water. so you know, new yorkers without cars -- which is most of us -- just about anything on the
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subway. but this one, this kind of takes the cake. >> look at this wide load. one guy skillfully crammed into a train in manhattan in the million of the day. balloons maneuvers down the stairs between commuters, and actually squeezed into a subway car. >> there would be a better way to get a massive delivery. they've couldn't fit into another cab. and those two guys -- guy and gal sitting there like seriously, your latex is touching me right now. honestly, for a subway rider, distraction from the smell of toe jam and cinnamon spice. i wouldn't mind getting this on my car. >> all right. thank you for that. thank you for that in the middle of the night. >> mta loves me now. coming up, surprising video ingredient. charcoal right here. then, the danger on your highways. marijuana laws ease, more and more drivers are getting behind the wheel high. you are watching "world news now."
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and welcome back on this friday morning.
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there are new warnings from law enforcement about driving under the influence, of course drunk driving being as deadly as it's ever been. >> legalization of marijuana in some states is making it tougher for cops to keep the roads safe. clayton sandell went on patrol with police. >> reporter: the new challenge for cops patrolling colorado's highways. >> any marijuana tonight? >> i did have some of that, sir. >> okay. >> reporter: drivers getting behind the wheel stoned. >> hey, you know why i stopped you? >> no. >> man, you are driving all over the place, okay. hey, man, how much marijuana have you smoked tonight? >> reporter: police say the signs of drunk driving can be obvious -- but judging marijuana impairment is tougher. >> just one joint? >> yes, sir. >> reporter: for now, police are relying on standard tests. >> follow my eyes. >> reporter: there is no breathalyzer test,
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and results from drawing blood can take weeks. plus, experts say seasoned users are less impaired with more in their blood. and newer users are going to be more impaired with less in their blood. this year, colorado state troopers have written nearly 230 citations for driving high. compared to over 3,100 for alcohol. >> people need to know that it is a significant problem. >> reporter: dr. christian thurstone and colleagues found that as marijuana is widely available in colorado, the number of drivers testing positive after fatal crashes doubled. valerie walton is recovering from serious injuries after she was hit by a driver police say was high. >> it makes me upset. they don't realize that it does affect them. >> reporter: different studies disagree on whether stoned drivers are actually causing more crashes. this driver failed his roadside test. >> body tremors. seeing, like, red eyes. put your hands behind your back. >> reporter: and now could be headed for a different kind of joint. clayton sandell, abc news. >> the thing is, it can actually stay in your system for a month. >> exactly.
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you know. and as it continues to build up through more usage over time, it's going to be more difficult to detect. same time, point this out -- approaching winter, what's the possibility of risk of skiing while you are high and accidents and -- i know there's always debate on the slopes whether you wear a helmet or not. something to consider. >> what if you are like me and you look like you are high when you are skiing? i would never step a foot in colorado. >> i find that hard to believe you don't look like susie chapstick bunny on the hill. coming up, not talking about food. you, you making you hotter. beauty benefits on this friday, friday. and next half-hour, hollywood -- homes you have seen them on your favorite tv shows the and big screen. now they can be yours. find out right here on "world news now". >> announcer: "world news now" continues. favorite tv shows the and big screen. now they can be yours. find out right here on "world news now". >> announcer: "world news now"
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♪ that's where it went ♪ that's where it went. >> i can share. i'm two shades darker than you, i keep telling you doesn't give you the bronzed look. >> i know. a few more hours in the sun -- able to get to this level. >> the magic of makeup. undeniable. an illusion. you might need less with a different kind of magical substance. look no further than your barbecue grill. >> that's right. out of all things, charcoal has beauty benefits of all kinds on this try day friday. we'll see what's cooking. >> reporter: an ancient beauty secret making a comeback. it's charcoal. it made its way from the backyard grill all the way to your face. from soap, juice cleanses, facials and toothpaste.
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collar charcoal is the hottest beauty trend since the last time charcoal was popular beauty trend. >> use charcoal for their eyes, berries for their lips. it's centuries old. >> reporter: in 2014, uses have expanded well beyond eyeliner. >> apparently this black stuff is supposed to make my teeth whiter. it doesn't taste like anything. at new york city's ling spa, the 90-minute charcoal facial is one of the most popular treatments, and its creator says it gets skin glowing. >> this charcoal, the ingredient of it can have 200, 300 times way to get the impurities. after the summer, after you deal with the sun, you are outdoors. you go to the beach. you travel. you leave sweating impurity under your skin. a perfect time to slough off all the sun damage. >> you don't have to come all the way to the big apple to give your skins the benefit of a lump of coal. lush makes coal face. origins, charcoal max.
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and biore sells a cleanser. and a california-based juice company shown here even makes a charcoal lemonade. tastes like lemonade. to see if charcoal can make my skin shine, too. oh, it's cold. ooh. very relaxing. it turns out the charcoal beauty try has come full circle. >> it is way cheaper. looks as good as an eyeshadow you bought in the store. and it is healthier. see, it's pretty. >> reporter: abc news, new york. >> all right, how is it? this is charcoal lemonade.
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this morning on "world news now" -- increasing pressure on the commissioner of the nfl over his statements about the ray rice incident. new reports this morning that rice told roger goodell about the incident to his face. then, a spreading virus infecting children across the country. more and more kids are arriving at hospitals having trouble breathing. what you need to know to keep your little ones safe. plus, they're the homes we've seen on tv across the decades. dwellings as familiar as the characters who probably never lived there. well, now many of them on the market for incredible amounts of money. and attention "top gun" lovers, if you feel the need, the need for speed, then we have got news for you. it's ahead in "the skinny" on
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this friday, september 12th. negative ghost rider. >> were you a big "top gun" fan? >> i got your six. >> that's right. that was it. >> right at the cusp of my childhood. >> right, barely, barely able to make eye contact with the television, right. i understand. >> that's right. we're actually going to kick it off here with the startling report from espn claiming ray rice admitted punching his then fiancee, to roger goodell back in june. >> this latest revelation sparked a whole new round of calls for goodell to step down. here's abc's karen travers. >> reporter: the baltimore ravens took on the pittsburgh steelers. but the game was completely overshadowed by the on going ray rice controversy. the former fbi director, robert muller, has been brought in to look into what happened in the elevator and whether anyone saw the video. this week, the nfl commissioner
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said that roger goodell said the video released by tmz was inconsistent with what rice told him. here is goodell in an interview with cbs news. >> when we met with ray rice and his representatives, it was ambiguous about what actually happened. >> reporter: but espn is reporting four sources close to rice say that during the running back's meeting with the commissioner in june, he told goodell he hit janay and knocked her unconscious. >> the commissioner should be held accountable for his actions. >> reporter: sources tell abc news ravens officials knew rice's lawyer had the elevator surveillance tape but never asked to see it. the owner of the ravens told the nbc station in baltimore he loved rice, and the star running back had a stellar record. >> i'm guilty of, of -- seeing it the way a parent would see it.
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seeing it the way you would if it was your son or if it was your brother. you -- use interpreted what was being told to you in the light was most favorable to ray. >> reporter: 16 women senators are urging roger goodell to take zero zero tolerance policy on violence toward women. if you assault a woman you should not get a second chance. karen travers, abc news. >> all they're saying, they're saying goodell had access to an atlantic city court complaint which is also public. it alleged there exactly what happened. >> the trail of who knew what when how they reacted. "the wall street journal" reporting that maybe goodell offered the two game suspension possibly out of respect for rice's wife after she said she also landed a blow in this altercation. possible explanation. but obviously the investigation is going on. meantime, ravens playing steelers. highlights of that game later on. obviously the nfl season under way. clearly, another headline coming out of it.
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breaking news coming in just now. we got word that an escaped killer has been recaptured in the state of ohio. t.j. lane who was serving three lifetime sentences for killing three students at a high school. escaped from prison with two inmates. >> details still sketchy. lane was hiding in a farmhouse or barn not far from the prison. at his trial last year, lane showed no remorse for the shootings, in fact mocking the victims' families before before recaptured. officials closed all schools in the district for today. this friday morning, cleanup from dangerous storms across the midwest and south. up to 78 inches of rain fell in memphis and mississippi in five hours. the rain was so heavy it caused a roof to collapse at this mall. emergency crews and boats dispatched across memphis, rescuing people trapped inside their flooded homes. >> behind that storm system is an early blast of winter. i can't believe it.
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cold air pushing down from canada is bringing colder temperatures. >> 12 states now under frost advisories and freeze warnings. accuweather meteorologist jim dickey has the latest. jim, good friday morning. >> good morning, reena, dan. our fall preview continuing here. across the northern plains, upper midwest. yesterday some spots, highs ran almost 40 degrees below average. now challenging records to the morning hours, down to 30 bismarck. 35 in pierre. 34 in denver. reena, dan. back to you. >> thank you, jim. an american doctor treated for signs of ebola in nebraska is making progress after getting blood from another american who battled the disease. dr. ray sacra given serum made with blood donated by dr. kent bradley. bradley's blood carries antibodies and given an experimental drug. difficult to determine what is helping him improve. turning now to another virus that has the cdc on high alert. enterovirus sickened 1,000 children.
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the infection spread to 15 states. this morning parents are urged to be vigilant. abc's dr. richard besser has the story. >> reporter: dr. angela lumba on one of the worst e.r. days she's had. >> make sure he is okay. i was scared. >> reporter: frantic parents. wheezing children. >> the virus is called enterovirus. >> reporter: in the nine hours at st. louis children's hospital, we watched the waiting room fill up. penelope, her dad rushing her in. how old are? >> 3 1/2. >> reporter: one thing you should know about the virus -- it can come on quickly. >> noticed the fever today.
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and coughing. she got it from last night. >> reporter: at least 15 states grappling with suspected cases of the rare respiratory disease. on a normal day in the emergency room, they're seeing 100 kids. yesterday they saw 200. the reason for the increase, all the virus. >> we have had pretty severe patients. at least one, two, three, four severe patients with respiratory symptoms. >> reporter: over how many days? >> just today. [ coughing ] >> reporter: after the coughing and sneezing, a struggle just to breathe. >> hi, i'm dr. besser. >> hi. >> reporter: 2-year-old gemma's parents notice first thing in the morning. >> having trouble breathing. >> reporter: by 6:00 at night, so many sick kids here they once again brought in mobile care units to handle overflow. emergency measures to help little patients and their parents breathe easier. if you're a parent, there are two crucial things you need to do. if your child gets a cold and has any trouble breathing, take them to the doctor right away. and remember, this is contagious. good hand washing is the best way to keep them safe. dr. richard besser, abc news, new york. new details on how the federal government pressured
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yahoo! to give up data. newly unsealed court documents show yahoo! faced fines of $250,000 a day. that's if it didn't turn over the information about its foreign users. this was six years ago. the secret court order part of a national security request. yahoo! appealed the order and lost. well, hp admits former employees bribed russian officials to win a contract. hp's russian subsidiary pleaded guilty to violating foreign corrupt practices act. the technology company has been fined $59 million for paying the $2 million bribe. a search is underway in florida for a pair of brazen burglars who broke into an at&t store. police near daytona beach released this video of the thieves using a saw to cut into two safes. took two minutes to make off with $40,000 of cell phones and tablets. police believe the same men broke into six other at&t stores in six months. scientists used to think dinosaurs were scary predators that roamed the earth. now unveiled the remains of a bigger, badder beast that could actually swim. >> the only known dinosaur to
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have lived most of its life in the water, spinosaurus. the size of a t-rex. snout like a crocodile. paddling with the duck-like feet. >> pretty incredible after all these years, discovering new dinosaurs. >> amazing. as a kid, were you -- >> no, more of a boy thing. >> yeah -- >> i had barbies. >> not at all. no. >> later on. now reporting on it. clearly the fascination has come full circle. >> yes, as you know. >> i'm just not big it at all. >> well, coming up, "the skinny," will it fly. the "top gun" sequel lighting up for takeoff. first, hollywood history could be yours, in fact. classic homes from the movies and tv now for sale. we're taking you on a tour coming up next on "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" brought to you by lysol power and free. to you by lysol power and free. wherever you wipe, lysol power & free
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go long. so when we think about houses on tv, when we are younger feel like we grew up in them now. we can live in them. and hollywood history as they're for sale as long as you have serious cash. >> deep pockets on this one. the house that ozzie and harriet once called home is on the market, along with some modern amenities. abc's david wright gives us a tour.
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♪ >> reporter: ozzie and harriet nelson, truly the all-american family. their classic american home in the hollywood hills now for sale. it was gracious even in its day. >> my, you certainly have a lovely home. >> oh, thanks. >> reporter: oh how the times have changed. >> wow. quite the house. now there's a state-of-the-art entertainment system, a master bath you could get lost in. this is bigger than my bedroom. in the kitchen, no more 1950s appliances. everything strictly gourmet. >> the asking price is $499 million. >> reporter: $5 million. the else inons aren't alone -- nelsons aren't alone. houses in the "honeymooner's" brooklyn neighborhood are skyrocketing. the apartment in ralph cramden's old building on the market for $810,000. >> just got to face it. just have to cut down, cut out this high living. >> reporter: even the brady bunch might have to scale down.
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their old house in the san fernando valley recently valued at $1.4 million. >> ah! >> reporter: there are pop culture bargains out there, the "home alone" house recently sold for $1 million below asking price. same for the ultramodern house of ferris bueller's friend. one family may keep up, the modern family home, recently sold above $2 million. and he may be able to afford the >> bring it. >> reporter: heck, phil dunphy might be able to afford the old "ozzie and harriet" place. after all he is in real estate. >> that's very cool. some of the tv studios, keep them. preserve them so they can have the history. >> like a walking tour. amusement park. drive around see the houses. why did they put the fence in front of "the brady bunch" house? >> an injustice of curb side appeal if ever there were. if you are looking for real estate
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that's popular, the mary tyler moore house in minneapolis, $2.8 million. not cheap. >> you know what i want, the "godfather" home in l.a. $600,000 a month. we could split it. you could come on weekends. >> could have been a contender. could have been a contender. figure out next month. coming up in "the skinny," the high flying 80s classic finally getting a sequel. >> steamy pictures from a celebrity honeymoon. here on "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations. >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations.
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♪ skinny so skinny kill "the skinny" track. cue kenny loggins. this morning we feel the need for speed. that's because, the sequel of "top gun" definitely happening.
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in development a long time. tom cruise signed on to bring back maverick. >> the film centering, of course, around maverick. besides cruise, no word which characters would be coming back. who would be playing them. >> they're having kids now? going to go through divorces? what's the storyline? >> love to see that. >> jerry bruckheimer is producing. put it all together. answer those questions. >> please, please, please, please. >> starring role. more big news out of hollywood. spinoff in the works for "married with children." >> the hit show from the 80s and 90s being pitched to tv studios. centers around bud bundy, of course, played by david faustino, the one working on the project. he seems to have his sister, christina applegate, also involved.
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she started to spill the beans and then pulled back on any details. >> no word whether neil or katie segal would be involved. al and hope so. >> that would be nice. i think a lot of people learned about, oh, cursing, sex, a lot of the things your parents didn't want to talk about. >> completely. >> just go learn it on "married with children." >> i couldn't watch it until youtube came out. i wasn't allowed to watch it. >> wholesome upbringing. on abc, new member of the team heading to "good morning america." former football star tim tebow joining gma. >> which executive came up with this one? give them a raise. the heisman trophy winner and quarterback will launch a series called "motivate me monday." i love it. profiling inspiring individual stories. >> that's very nice. >> tebowing encouraged. now a little love on this friday morning. enjoy the honeymoon with the power couple. gabrielle union, dwayne wade, actress/nba star. tied the knot a couple of weeks ago, and they're sharing adventures on instagram. >> sharing, we weren't butting into their personal life.
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they're enjoying a deserted island as newly married couples want to do. swimming. enjoying jet skiing. topping it off with adventure safari on the plains of africa. beautiful couple. >> when you see photos don't you say, i wish i looked like that in a bikini? >> not those words specifically. are you saying something, reena. i mean, been trying to suck it in this entire show. might as well forget it now. >> so have i. time for celebrity birthdays on this friday. taking a look at who is celebrating today. a big happy birthday to all of you!
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she loves to shop online with her debit card. and so does bill, an identity thief who stole mary's identity, took over her bank accounts, and stole her hard earned money. unfortunately, millions of americans just like you learn all it may take is a little misplaced information to wreak havoc on your life. this is identity theft, and no one helps stop it better than lifelock. lifelock has the most comprehensive identity theft protection available. if mary had lifelock's bank account alerts, she may have been notified in time to help stop the damage. lifelock's credit notification service is on the job 24/7. as soon as they detect a threat to your identity within their network, they will alert you helping protect you before damage can be done to your identity. lifelock has the most comprehensive identify theft protection available, helping guard your social security number, your money,
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call the number on your screen now. ♪ okay. it's finally friday. it's time. what a busy week it has been for news. we started with a celebrity funeral and royal baby on the way. >> to a new mission in fight terror as we mark 13 years since 9/11. let's take a look back at all these big stories that made this a week we won't soon forget. our friday rewind. >> it is time for president obama to exercise leadership in launching a response. >> what we should have is a direct, concerted overwhelming air campaign to take them out. >> i can announce that america will lead a broad coalition to roll back this terrorist threat. our objective is clear, we will degrade and ultimately destroy
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isil through a comprehensive and sustained counterterrorism strategy. >> what we saw in the first videotape was troubling to us in and of itself. but what we saw yesterday was extremely clear, is extremely graphic, and it was sickening. that's why we took the action we took. >> this is a dark day for the national football league. this is a black eye for the national football league. this is a terrible p.r. nightmare. a big tidal wave came up, took me out. flooded my truck. >> the park is dry. fire danger is very high. the fire crews they're going to experience very steep terrain. >> my head started hurting after my lungs started closing up. >> to go from a cold to being probably minutes away from death, that's kind of scary. >> we have one more thing. [ cheers and applause ] >> george, over the moon, he
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will be thrilled having a younger brother/sister. so, yeah, we'll wait and see. >> there was a bundle of laughs in there. have to say. it was irreverent. off color. just like joan's humor. >> our look back at the week doesn't end here. >> log on to facebook fan page, wnnfans.com. and check out "in case you missed it." >> see all our unusual, offbeat, behind the scenes moments from "world news now" during the past week. >> sometimes, we should have gotten fired for, maybe. >> don't give them any ideas, dan. don't give them any ideas. >> you know what, speaking of abc news, i'm looking forward to the miss america pageant sunday night. >> right. >> our own lara spencer hosting. >> taking a look at that. and of course, fashion week here in new york. coming of in london. we'll have to wait and see what's going to carry across the pond? >> i look forward to it. >> stay with us. >> announcer: this is abc's "world news now," informing insomniacs for two decades. coming up in london. what's going to carry across the pond? >> i look forward to it. >> stay with us. >> announcer: this is abc's "world news now," informing insomniacs for two decades.
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making news in america this morning, breaking overnight, a massive manhunt for a convicted killer in a school shooting who escaped from prison. new details just coming in about where he was finally found. the chorus of critics growing louder toward nfl commissioner roger goodell, as new details emerge about what he possibly knew about the ray rice assault. plus the women at last night's ravens game showing support for rice. memorable rescue. a man and his girlfriend get trapped in flood waters, and he uses the opportunity to ask a life-changing question. and feeling the need? the need for speed? could maverick and his fancy flying be making a return?

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