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it's a hot it's a hot button issue that many parents seem to struggle with, whether or not they should spank their children. >> debate is front and center after a controversial episode of blackish this week. mara examines the argument. >> on abc's blackish a common parenting predicament. >> when we get home your father is going to spank you. >> to spank or not to spank? characters dre and his wife
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disagreeing on whether or not their disbehaving son should meet the belt. >> if you want to spank him why don't you do it yourself? >> because you're the spanker dre. >> even taking the question to coworkers. >> who thinks they were better off being spanked. >> while this isn't real for many the dilemma is. the episode sparking a conversation online. one viewing tweeting no spanking in my house. >> another tweeting personally i'm glad i got spankings. >> it's common for most parents to disagree on discipline practices. a lot of conflict can come up. >> our views on spanking is based on our own experiences of how we were disciplined. >> while spanking used to be widely accepted today it's a whole different story. >> i'm going to spank my son. >> wait a minute. what are you? a monster? >> highlighting a generational divide. those that spanked in the past saying it's fine for the
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present. >> i love this because i used to beat you with us. >> experts say that tradition may not be the best way to teach your kids a lesson. >> discipline approaches should be around giving kids practice building skills, giving them practice doing things the right way. >> a funny take. >> i told you to spank him, not crush his spirit. >> on a serious issue. >> crushing his spirit. that's an important point. >> his and her own. i got whoopings often growing up and you know what -- is there a statute of limitations. >> that explains a lot. >> i turned out all right. >> really? >> apparently i could have my parents arrested. >> you know that child abuse hotline? i threatened my mom a few times. >> did you get spankings?
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>> no, i did not. >> now that explains a lot. >> two different parentings. coming up the latest exercise craze. working out on a trampoline. is this effective or just a gimmick? it looks like fun to me. let's check it out in our try day friday. and intense moments caught on tape. bikers racing off with highway police. it's happening more often. police. it's happening more often. we'll take a look at an alarming
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this try day friday. >> reporter: workout warriors looking for a high energy fast paced routine to help them reach their fitness goals, look no further. it's time to take a leap of faith on this latest fitness craze, literally. >> here we go. >> reporter: what has these fitness fanatics jumping for joy? >> the fun. people leave with smiles on their face because not only do they workout but they also like it. >> reporter: i didn't want to jump to conclusions so i went to jump life gym in manhattan to check it out. i'm thinking this is going to be like jane fonda goes clubbing on a backyard trampoline. >> that's what i get. >> you can lose like 600 calories depending on your height and weight and the intensity you take the class
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too. >> reporter: and this major workout is even safe for people that have been injured. >> it's low impact so knee problems, back problems, they find it a very possible way of working out and getting their fitness in. >> reporter: and people all over the world are jumping on this workout craze. >> everywhere it is starting now. >> great energy. good vibes. great music and it's just a fun workout. >> reporter: abc news new york. >> what are you complaining about? it looks like fun. >> no, i was trying to see if we have how many calories you can burn. how intense it needs to be for you to get real impact. >> did you know that trampolining is really an olympic sport? >> do you know why i know this? i have gone to olympic trials for it. >> you tried out for the u.s. olympic team -- >> i went to. i attended. i wasn't trying out.
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this morning on "world news now" -- ebola infection. a new york doctor who treated patients in africa gets sick. the big questions this morning about his condition and if the this morning on "world news now" -- ebola infection. a new york doctor who treated patients in africa gets sick. the big questions this morning about his condition and if the virus was spread in the city. extreme weather from a rare tornado in the pacific northwest to powerful winds and downpours in the midwest. it's mother nature's october fury. fearless bikers. defiance on the highway after cops try to stop cyclists on a wild ride. what to do if you get swarmed by motorcycles in your car ♪ you're beautiful ♪ ♪ you're beautiful it's true ♪ sorry song. james blount and his hit single. he's apologizing saying the song is anything but "beautiful." that's in the skinny on this friday, october 24th.
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>> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> tell them what -- >> i really like that song. >> still to this day? >> yeah, i think it is a nice song. >> he's even saying it's not a good song. >> well, maybe he'll change his mind after we -- >> again? >> -- discuss it later. hello. i'm t.j. holmes alongside reena ninan. the big story, this just broke just a few hours ago here in new york. now has a lot of folks concerned. >> we're going to kick off this half hour. the latest on the ebola case. the doctor in new york city testing positive for the deadly virus after returning from west africa. >> a 33-year-old doctor treating ebola patients in guinea. one of the countries devastated by the disease. he is now in isolation at a manhattan hospital. his girlfriend quarantined. the doctor rode the subway, took a car service here in new york
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just the night before he fell ill. linsey davis has more on how this all unfolded. >> reporter: inside this ambulance rushing to bellevue hospital, 33-year-old craig spencer. a doctors without borders physician suffering from a fever and gastrointestinal symptoms. a confirmed case of ebola right in the heart of new york city. >> i know it's a frightening situation, but the more facts you know, the less frightening this situation is. >> reporter: dr. spencer had been in guinea, one of three hot zone countries. last thursday he flew home connecting through brussels before arriving at jfk airport. he'd been monitoring his temperature and reported his fever. police officers in masks, neighbors anxious. a local councilman trying to calm fears. >> frankly, people in the neighborhood are scared, and some of them are panicked. i had one gentleman who wouldn't even shake my hand because he was scared. >> reporter: the health
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department says a team of disease detectives immediately began to actively trace all of the patient's contacts to identify anyone who may be at potential risk. >> the patient is now in isolation. the health department has a team of disease detectives who have been at work tracing all of the patient's contacts and we are prepared to quarantine contacts as necessary. >> reporter: in recent days, bellevue hospital has been holding drills in case a possible ebola patient comes through their door. those plans going into motion. >> reporter: it took only a few hours to determine that spencer did, indeed, test positive for ebola. linsey davis, abc news, new york. >> this is what we know about dr. spencer's past few days. he left guinea october 14th, stopped in brussels before arriving in new york on the 17th. he sticks to guidelines checking his temperature twice a day. this past tuesday he feels tired. wednesday, spencer takes the subway to brooklyn to a bowling alley and hops in a cab back home. he notifies authorities
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yesterday morning when he comes down with a 103 fever n also has diarrhea. at some point he also went for a three-mile jog, but health officials say there's no reason for alarm. you should stay with us here at abc news as we cover the latest ebola infection. look for more live updates in our next half hour and on "america this morning." we know more about the man who stormed canada's parliament building. he was a loner who had drug problems, criminal record and converted to islam. abc's karen travers reports authorities still want to know much more about him. >> reporter: this dramatic video shows bystanders scrambling as michael zehaf-bibeau races toward canada's parliament. this picture authentic but from an unknown source shows him up close with that weapon. police say zehaf-bibeau came to ottawa earlier this month to get a passport. his mother saying her son wanted to travel to syria. this rampage may have been a result of him not getting that travel document.
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>> i think the passport figured prominently in his motives and -- i'm not inside his head, but i think it was central to what was driving him. >> reporter: canadian authorities said they have 93 citizens under investigation or surveillance as possible terrorists. zehaf-bibeau may have had extremist views, but he was not on that watch list. >> had we have known that he wanted to travel to syria, then he certainly would have been. >> reporter: abc news learned zehaf-bibeau crossed into the u.s. on four separate occasions. canadian and u.s. officials are trying to retrace his steps to figure out where he went and who he may have met with. concerns are growing in canada and in the u.s. about homegrown terrorists who may be trying to join isis in syria or iraq. canadian officials say they still have a lot to learn about how and why michael zehaf-bibeau
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turned to radicalism. >> karen, thank you. three people are dead after a midair collision in maryland between a helicopter and private plane. all three fatalities were aboard the helicopter which was on a training flight. the two men on the plane were injured but have already been released from the hospital. they were able to deploy a parachute which lessened the plane's impact on the ground. the helicopter hit a storage facility as it came down. a powerful storm system moving through washington state yesterday spawned a tornado. it was caught on video in longview, washington. meteorologists measured it at an ef-1. it carved a path of destruction other yards wide and a mile long. luckily caused no reported injuries. on the east coast, a powerful nor'easter slammed much of new england leaving its own path of destruction. abc's rob marciano was in the heart of the storm zone just outside boston and has the latest. >> reporter: with howling winds near hurricane strength and
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nearly a half a foot of rain, the northeast is getting lashed by a nor'easter. conditions in peabody, massachusetts, so severe schools canceled. drivers in high water. this man had to be carried out to safety by firefighters. along the coast, boats run aground, crashing waves up to 18 feet high. dangerously close to homes. across the northeast, a tangled mess of downed trees, crushed cars and debris. thick trunk trees snapped clean in half. in connecticut, downed power lines sparking this gas fire. >> we periodically go and monitor it to make sure the heat from the fire isn't spreading to the home. >> reporter: wind and rain so severe drivers abandoned their cars. this won't be the strongest storm new englanders see this winter, but certainly a large one and slow mover. it's done its damage as far as beach erosion already. it will move out through the day an friday but not before taking some of this coastline with it. rob marciano, abc news, massachusetts.
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>> wow. that was an interesting tag there. >> rob is the best out in the field. worked with him for a long time. he's fantastic out there. good to see him out there. now here's a look at today's weather. the nor'easter is blowing out to sea lingering behind showers across new england. heavy rain in the pacific northwest and up to six inches. >> cool across much of the northern half of the country. 50s and 60s. but dry conditions in the midwest. 70s and 80s. 96 degrees for phoenix. a lava flow on the move threatening thousands of residents on the big island of hawaii. the flow is less than a mile away from the town of pahoa. it's only a matter of time before residents there are forced to evacuate. they hope to give them at least three days notice. that's scary stuff. >> it devoured 130 acres of
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terrain by thursday afternoon. unstoppable, huh? >> what do you do? you just have to get out of the way. probably just a matter of time. hopefully everybody will be all right. our friends out in hawaii. >> some of the big island residents are used to it. it began in 1983. i guess this is something they know comes with paradise. >> comes with paradise, right? we've got a sight out of idaho coming up. a captivating sight here. >> as seen from high above, it's a bird's-eye view of the corn maze at the farmstead in meridian. this year it's carved out of the "wizard of oz" theme. emerald city, dorothy. planning the maze takes about a year. >> there's no place like home, though. >> if i could click my heels right now. >> you say that every morning. coming up in "the skinny," hollywood a-lister who is selling lingerie but, of all places, at target.
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a big scare on the highway. motorcyclist who defy police and frighten other drivers. important safety advice on the road. you're watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by metamucil multi-health. there are two reasons why i need to keep an eye on my health. ugh! we won! that's why i take metabiotic, a daily probiotic. with 70% of your immune system in your gut, new multi-health metabiotic with bio-active 12 helps maintain digestive balance and is proven to help support a healthy immune system i take care of myself, so i can take care of them. experience the meta effect with our new multi-health wellness line and see how one small change can lead to good things. does your carpet ever feel rough and dirty? ugh. don't avoid it. resolve it. our new formula not only cleans and freshens
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looks like a face-off between patrol officers and the bikers who suddenly surround them. >> seems to be happening more and more as bikers continually try to one up each other. brandi hitt has the story. >> reporter: watch as a swarm of motorcycle riders takes over this northern california highway speeding past a minivan, popping wheelies, then look on the right. a california highway patrol officer, his siren on, tries to pull over the leader. but the riders taunt him, waving at him to go away. that officer eventually forced to pull over and call for backup. >> they can't expect that just because they're skilled at doing this type of riding they'll not have an incident. >> reporter: it's not the first time we've seen this type of biker swarm. just this week, 100 riders taking over the streets of philadelphia. and in new york last year, nine bikers charged after chasing down an suv and beating the driver in front of his family. the highway patrol tells us if you find yourself surrounded and feel unsafe, don't engage.
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instead, stay at a safe speed or pull over. if you feel really threatened, you can always call 911. california police combing through this video for clues. trying to identify these reckless riders who could now face criminal charges. brandi hitt, abc news, los angeles. >> some of these cops have stopped going after motorcyclists because they can maneuver around easily. a little faster. sometimes it hurts innocent bystanders in the chase. >> that's a good way to go. you aren't going after guys that are hard core criminals. yes they might be doing something wrong but it looks soy irresponsible. a lot of people love it because it does look cool. it looks dangerous. these guys are skilled. but, geez, guys. we've got "the skinny" coming your way. a song you love, somebody is actually apologizing for even making the song that made him famous. >> i'm sorry to hear that. and halle berry's foray into the lingerie world. you don't want to miss that next on "world news now."
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♪ skinny so skinny ♪ ♪ skinny so skinny ♪ you're beautiful. i saw your face in a crowded space. >> those are lyrics? >> those are the lyrics. >> that's james blunt. it was his biggest hit. why is he saying it's all annoying?
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>> because it is. >> we may not recognize it from this. this is not what you remember him looking like when the song was a hit. "you're beautiful" was huge and put him on the map. it was in 2005. there was fallout from it being overplayed. let's play it one more time for giggles. ♪ you're beautiful you're beautiful you're beautiful it's true ♪ >> you remember the song? even the video here was a little annoying. standing in the snow disrobing. >> he's giving everything to this beautiful woman that he saw in a crowded space. >> that's why the song was huge but he is now saying it was a problem for his career because some of the -- even the record company pigeon holed him into this thing marketing towards women. then you're shutting out 50% of your possible fan base. >> it did well and the song still sticks. marketing also painted him to be
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an insanely serious person, although he considers himself anything but. blunt has a new album out and hopes it will spawn a single half as successful as "you're beautiful." don't be ashamed, james. milk it for as long as it's worth. you're welcome at this desk any time. >> joan rivers. news about her. her daughter melissa will be inheriting the bulk of her estate after her recent and sudden passing. >> it's no big surprise she'd be the benefactor. but the amount is impressive. over $100 million. joan who had been performing just days before her death had amassed quite a fortune. $75 million just in cash. that will gall to melissa as well, including her $35 million condo on new york's upper east side. also melissa's son cooper will receive his own share of joan's estate. it's, of course, no consolation for losing their mother. we talk about all this money but
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they'd much rather have joan back. halle berry back in the news for her latest business venture. no stranger to baring some skin. it's only fitting she'll launch her own lingerie label. >> the 48-year-old actress reviving a french luxury line named scandal. there's a twist. it's going to be sold at target. >> i love that. >> very affordable price range of $7 to $18. >> after searching its history, researching it, she decided to relaunch it. scandal is expected to hit target next week. fans of the web series between two ferns got their first episode since last high-profile guest interview and that was president obama. it continued with a-listers. this time brad pitt. >> and bradley pitt, that's how they introduced him.
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lots of signature and awkward moments including the two playing chicken with their chewing gum. also a brief intermission from louie c.k. who did a stand-up set that didn't go over well. also not going over well was this question. >> tell me what it was like the first time you laid eyes on angelina. was it like one of those classical love stories like when -- i don't know, when ross first saw rachel? you know that show "friends." have you seen that? ♪ i'll be there for you >> that is awesome. you might recall pitt used to be married to rachel from "friends." jennifer aniston. and he played it off pretty well. >> i can't tell if the guests are just playing into it or some get uncomfortable and it gets awkward. >> come on. they knew it was coming. >> brad was having a good time. >> seemed like fun. you have to be a good sport to go on that show. >> you do. >> good job, brad.
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spots and residues. wow, what a difference! ♪ ♪ all right. friday. we made it. it's been a busy week keeping track of a lot of stuff, including developments with ebola, the fight against terrorism and a familiar face we haven't seen in a while. >> the blessed lady who covered madonna. it's all here in our "friday rewind." >> there's a man with a rifle shooting at a bunch of people. so we -- you know, i yelled at all my guys. there's a guy shooting. so everyone, get down, get down. >> but let there be no misunderstanding. we will not be intimidated. canada will never be
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intimidated. >> after 21 days of being on that watch list, there's zero chance that any of those young men or that louise carries the ebola virus. >> thousands of hours have been spent in an effort to find him. we think perhaps today proved their worth. >> he had actually turned towards me and that's where you could see the mud on his face, what height he was based off the truck he was standing next to. >> could go back as far as 20 years based on some statements we have. his level of cooperation and the things he's told us would indicate possibly other victims could surface. >> when you van air bag that's designed to protect you that can explode into shrapnel and kill you, this is an extreme situation. >> he honored women's features. he honored our bodies. he wasn't afraid to pull back and let the woman be the star of the look. i was just lucky to get to wear his designs.
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>> i fell in love with my boss in a 22-year-old sort of way. it happens. but my boss was the president of the united states. ♪ like a virgin touched for the very first time ♪ >> you know, there was an editorial by a conservative bishops and in it they said that nun, not even the americans of sister act would have thought of such a reckless move. >> reckless? that's a strong word. >> that is strong. i love her. did you download her song yet? >> not yet. i will after that comment. hope you liked our look back at the week. a whole lot more where that came from. >> and log on to our facebook fan page, wnnfans.com. >> announcer: this is abc's "world news now," informing insomniacs for two decades.
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good morning. i'm reena ninan. >> hello. i'm olmes. good morning. i'm reena ninan. >> hello. i'm t.j. holmes. here are some of the top headlines on "world news now." ebola has come to new york city. a doctor just back from treating patients in west africa is now in isolation. his manhattan apartment cordoned off. he took subways, went bowling but authorities are telling new yorkers there's no need for alarm. we have live coverage ahead. the nypd is investigating a potential terror attack on a group of officers. a man reported to be a former navy sailor wielding a hatchet wounded two officers, one of them critically before he was killed in a hail of gunfire. hazing forced a pennsylvania
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high school football team to cancel the season with just two games left to play. an investigation fond freshmen were forced to perform humiliating acts. the coaching staff suspended. peyton manning threw three touchdown passes as the denver broncos blew past the san diego chargers, 35-21 last night. it was denver's second decisive win in five days for a 6-1 record. those some are of our top stories on this friday, october 24th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> let's start with the latest american to test positive for ebola. a new york city doctor in isolation as we speak. >> the doctor had been treating ebola patients in the west african nation of guinea mean was out and about in new york before his temperature spiked yesterday morning. lana zak joins us with the latest. >> reporter: good morning. this morning the disease
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detectives have identified four close contacts they'll be actively monitoring while the bowling alley is being completely scrubbed. they are taking no chances. here in new york, the words no one wanted to hear. >> today testing confirmed that a patient here in new york city had tested positive for ebola. >> reporter: inside bellevue hospital, 33-year-old dr. craig spencer who had been in guinea fighting ebola for doctors without borders. he returned to new york via brussels last week. early thursday, his temperature hit 103 degrees. one of the first signs of ebola. emts in protective gear rushed him to bellevue hospital which had spent recent weeks holding drills, preparing for the possibility of ebola striking america's largest city. is this a worst case scenario, ebola in new york? >> it's really not. new york city has one of the best health departmhe couy
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so d t couy so d t >> reporter: though many in the city are on edge, the governor wants to reassure the pu >> that it's here in new it's more frightening. new york is a dense place. a lot of people o but the more facts you know, the less frightening this situation is. >> reporter: even though we now know that spencer took several subway trips, we're being told not to panic about that. it is extremely unlikely he could have transmitted ebola to anybody else on those trains. any sort of transmission from a dry surface to a person has never been found. reena, t.j.? >> lana, how is new york better prepared for this than, let's say, dallas. >> reporter: new york being an international city was also preparing itself for this possibility. so it has been training all of its doctors, its health personnel, as well as its first
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responders. and they believe they have put very strong protocols in place, including eight different hospitals throughout the state that were ready to accept any >> abc's lana zak for us this morning. has a lot of people concerned. a lot of anxiety. like the governor said, the more you know, just get thatio there and we shall >> 's r as dallas nurse nina pham continues to recover from ebola, her things for her are looking up for her beloved dog. a new k is spending his days in quarantine. the playful 1-year-old spaniel has been enjoying play time with vets in hazmat suits three times a day. so far he's tested negative ebola. the ebola epidemic is keeping west africans in this country. reverend amel sampeel and his family were supposed to return to liberia two months ago after a conference in virginia.
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then airlines began cnce flights wes flights wes onier to is o and now there'sress to suspend tsto still a lot of questions about that gunman who stormed parliament this week. michael zehaf-bibeau had a troubled past. converted to islam recently. wanted to go to syria. still unknown why he shot and killed a soldier standing guard at a war memorial in canada or why he went to the parliament building. dramatic video shows that attack on the seat of the canadian government and the act of heroism that ended it from start to finish it took all of about 90 seconds. we'll get more from abc's dan harris. >> reporter: this is the moment the attack on parliament begins. the new video shows the suspect leaving his car and sprinting toward the parliament building. fd nninthe parliament building. leaving his car and sprinting fd nninthe parliament building. is r, dpi and this is what happens next. gunfire echoing off the ornate historic walls of parliament. the bullet holes were visible everywhere. amidst the chaos, prime minister
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stephen harper quickly whisked away. but in a small room nearby, this member of parliament was trapped with her 2-month-old baby. >> were you terrified? >> of course. i thought how can i make sure the baby is not yelling and crying. >> reporter: he was saved by this man. the parliament sergeant at arms kevin vickers who shot and killed michael zehaf-bibeau. look at this video of vickers in the moments afterwards, gun still in hand seemingly completely calm. on the floor of parliament, he received a standing ovation. and there was also a moment of silence for corporal nathan cirillo, a reservist, father and dog lover who was shot and killed while guarding the national war memorial moments before the gunman attacked parliament. and one more emotional moment to tell you about. the prime minister of canada
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taking to the floor of parliament and vowing that this country will never be intimidated by terrorists. he received a standing ovation. dan harris, abc news, ottawa, canada. three men aboard a helicopter are dead after it collided in midair with a private plane. the plane on a flight from cleveland was able to deploy a parachute to soften its fall into trees. the helicopter came straight don between two storage units. its passengers had no chance. the cause of the accident still under investigation. longview, washington, cleaning up the damage this morning left behind by a tornado. the twister with winds of up to 110 miles an hour carved a path of destruction 50 miles wide and a mile long. it uprooted trees and damaged homes. no injuries to report. on the east coast, a nor'easter slammed much of new england. the storm dumped nearly a foot of rain while near hurricane strength winds generated waves along the coast up to 18 feet high. it left a tangled mess of trees,
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crushed cars. now a look at today's weather. the nor'easter blowing out to sea leaving behind lingering rain showers across new england. the pacific northwest will see up to six inches of rain. and a stalled tropical storm system will bring downpours to south florida. 50s and 60s across much of the northern half of the country. dry conditions prevail across the midwest. 70s and 80s. off the course of north carolina, this is the party you want to go to. a great beach party, right? sharks. feeding frenzy of sharks converged on the cape lookout national seashore. new footage of that frenzy happened earlier this month. see all that? they were feeding on birds up against the shoreline. the man who shot the video said he wasn't frightened at all. >> incredible to watch. if that doesn't scare you, this next story should. >> might want to look away. i haven't seen this video yet. spiders.
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they were celebrating spiders, the arrival of fall with tarantulas. there's a festival north of fresno, california. 17th annual festival they are having out there. it kicks off this saturday. they are celebrating tarantulas. >> they bite, too, don't they? >> you know what, most of them cannot harm you. they look scary. i learned this in some survival training i got. the overwhelming majority of tarantulas can actually do no harm. >> it features a tarantula race, pumpkin carving and pizza eating contest if your stomach isn't too squeamish. >> they have festivals for everything out in california. there's a garlic festival. they got everything. coming up in "insomniac theater," keanu reeves dodging bullets. and also a coming of age movie. the reviews just in. also safety on the football field. protecting athletes with better helmets. we'll show you how they hold up. there's a week for apple cider. it's apple cider week across the country. we're in for a sweet celebration
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now to a high-tech way to prevent injuries on the football field. >> it's now pushed forward a great effort to develop and test what might be life-saving protection. abc's jim avila has the exclusive report on the latest in helmet technology.
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>> reporter: virginia tech university has tracked more than 300,000 impacts on its football team. it's the epicenter for research into safer helmets. using a simple but critical test. lift a football helmet rimmed with sensors six feet in the air and then drop it on to a rubber coated concrete and steel block. virginia tech says its test of football helmets mimics what players can face on the field. then it assigns a 1 to 5 star safety rating for each helmet tested. >> the school district puts out a call for proposals. it will say we only take bids for five star virginia tech helmets. >> reporter: they test three new helmets on the market. each boasting new technologies. two from sg and one from riddell. the sg helmets lighter, weighing half as much as other helmets. >> the shell is carbon fiber and kevlar. it's super light. and they use a different kind of
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padding on the inside. >> reporter: the one from riddell, the speed flex helmet. >> this part here deforms. >> theoretically that's going to help? >> that's their claim. >> reporter: the verdict -- five stars for all three helmets tested. virginia tech finding riddell's new flex design reducing head acceleration better than any helmet they've ever tested. >> we want parents to learn that getting out of the old helmets into the new better helmets will reduce your risk. >> reporter: virginia tech hopes it makes football a much safer sport. jim avila, abc news, blacksburg, virginia. >> we love our football, but my goodness, the pounding these bodies and brains take. we're learning more and more about it. scary stuff.
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good to see. >> concussions, head injuries, side effects. i get nervous when my kid gets that age about actually letting him -- >> he'll want to play football. >> even soccer. concussions for girls who play soccer. it's a big deal. >> a lot of moms and parents are going that direction. dads, too, that don't want them to go that direction. >> i'm hoping he's going to be a bookworm. >> he can be a bookworm that plays basketball. >> or tennis. >> or golf. cricket. whatever.5!hp >> how about apples now. >> he can be apple pickers. coming up, apples. how awesome they are. besides being a healthy fruit, they are a truly american fruit. >> we have some facts about apples. even how you can catch a buzz from them. now you've got my attention. you're watching "world news now."
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test test test test test test test test test test test test test test haven't done this yet. you said you'll take us. this time of year, apple picking
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is a top of the weekend to-do list. thousands of families venture into the orchards. today starts national cider week. >> it's one of my favorites and one of the many benefits of apples. there's plenty more you may not know about apples. >> reporter: apples. there's more to them than meets the eye. with more than 70 million tons produced worldwide, it's one of the most valuable fruits here in the u.s. and they don't just keep the doctor away. they keep that waistline down. a new study published by science direct says apples promotes a friendly gut bacteria which stabilizes the metabolism and makes you feel full. >> it may stimulate the right microflora in your system that actually help you to stay thin. >> reporter: apple connoisseur and author of "apples of uncommon character" jacobson says apples are coming back in a big way.
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>> kind of a second golden age of the apple. people are paying more attention to where their food is coming from and they are looking for interesting character in their food. >> reporter: jacobson has profiled some 123 apple heirlooms. we're seeing apples better than we've seen in decades. >> introducing new johnny appleseed hard apple cider. >> in the 1700s your best bet for getting drunk was apples. and we're kind of rediscovering that purpose of apples. >> reporter: speaking of rediscovering, we're at the farm house in new york city where we're going to learn how to make apple cider. come on. let's go. it's a little hard to walk. i don't recommend coming in heels. hi. the 200-year-old farmhouse gave a glimpse into what life is like. >> it's hard to think about manhattan and farming. those two things don't need to go together but that would have been the way of life for quite a few people. >> reporter: new york was the premier producer of cider. >> their cider press would have been over there.
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>> miles and miles of orchards here. manhattan was occupied by the british staying in military huts like these. >> what we're doing here is crushing the apple. >> reporter: we're just in time for their annual apple pressing. >> i'm making apple cider. that is some good apple juice. >> every year fall rolls around and you have your apple traditions. it's just a really nice touchstone. >> like the perfect little apple. >> helps give a rhythm to life. >> and a recent scientific study found that in addition to all those health benefits, apples are also an aphrodisiac. participants who consumed one or two apples a day had increased sexual satisfaction. they link the anti-oxidants to increased blood flow and you guys can put together the rest. >> who knew. they said it keeps the doctor away. is it only a certain time of
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year people think, it's apple cider time? just during the holidays? >> usually thanksgiving. my family is serving apple cider. cider is making a comeback, like the hard cider. people are brewing these at very high levels. everything from your dry cider, like a fine wine, to your more tart cider. something sweet. this is made from an apple called red field which is a very rare apple. these apples are coming from -- apples we haven't heard or seen in a long time. >> this isn't cheap. this is going to cost you some. >> i'm sure your family will love you for it. >> besides a white or red. or beer. >> it's not your wine cooler 2014. so it's cute. >> thank you for this. you're right. we didn't -- when i first read the tease and they said you'd learn something about apples, i was skeptical. i learned a lot about apples in
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♪ ♪ time for "insomniac theater." we have two movies opening today. >> first "white bird in a blizzard" starring jamie woodley. she had a major hit with "the fault in our stars." she's playing a teen in a coming of age movie. this one has a mystery thriller twist. white bird in a blizzard follows her character cat connors as cat starts to come into her own as a young woman. her mother disappears. at first she hardly reacts to the event but eventually is confronted with the truth. >> then that night she walked in on me and phil. >> i think it's time for phil to go home. >> what? why? >> it's late. >> it's not even midnight.
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>> cat, what i say goes, and i say go to bed. >> the weirdest part was she had an this nightgown that was practically see-through. >> variety says it's easy to be distracted. it's a complex take on how teens must break away from their parents. everyone appears to be frozen in time and evil lurks behind suburbia's respected facade. one that some are speculating could become a -- reeves plays a title character who comes out of retirement to get back at the gangsters who pretty much mess with the wrong dude. a lot of guns, casual violence and pretty much what you'd expect in a movie about a hit man.
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>> hey, john. >> perkins? >> i thought i'd let myself in. >> i noticed. >> he dodges bullets, does that in a lot of movies he's been in. reviews have actually been good for this. chris of "entertainment weekly" says it's one of the most excitingly visceral action flicks he's seen in ages. roger moore says keanu's best role in years is shockingly one that doesn't require a lot of talking. >> would you see either of them? >> i'm going to go with the keanu reeves flick. >> you are a big keanu reeves fan? >> going to see a teenager in a coming of age thing is not my thing. >> that's the news for this half hour. >> follow us on facebook, wnnfans.com. facebook, wnnfans.com.
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this morning on "world news now" -- ebola is in new york. a doctor who treated patients in africa returns to the city and gets sick. >> it's here in new york. it's more frightening. >> the big question for public health investigators, did the doctor spread the virus? trail of terror. the gunman who stormed canada's capital in a deadly rampage. disturbing new details. >> he was the kind of person that people around him wouldn't feel too comfortable hanging around. >> his behavior before the shooting and visits to the u.s. later, parental debate. should moms and dads spank their children? it's an age-old question about punishment and why it's heated up again this week. it's friday, october 24th. >> announcer: from abc news,
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this is "world news now." >> good friday morning to you all. i'm t.j. holmes. >> i'm reena ninan. >> we begin with the newest ebola patient. ebola has made its way to new york city. a doctor in the city fresh from a trip to west africa where he was treating patients is now confirmed he's stricken with the virus. >> a federal ebola s.w.a.t. team was dispatched to manhattan. that doctor now in isolation as health officials scramble to retrace his steps. >> lana zak is joining us with the latest. >> reporter: good morning. many are concerned this young doctor went bowling, even rode on the new york public subways. the question now is, when did he become contagious? here in new york, the words no one wanted to hear. >> today, testing confirmed that a patient here in new york city had tested positive for ebola. >> reporter: inside bellevue hospital, 33-year-old dr. craig spencer who had been in guinea
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fighting ebola for doctors without borders. he returned to new york city via brussels last week. early thursday his temperature hit 103 degrees. one of the first signs of ebola. emts in protective gear rushed him to bellevue hospital which spent recent weeks holding drills, preparing for the possibility of ebola striking america's largest city. is this a worst case scenario, ebola in new york? >> it's really not. new york city has one of the best health departments in the country. so they are better prepared than i would think just about any place in the u.s. >> reporter: though many in the city are on edge, the governor wants to reassure the public. >> that it's here in new york, it's more frightening. new york is a dense place. a lot of people on top of each other, but the more facts you know, the less frightening this situation is. >> reporter: a team of disease detectives are now tracing all of spencer's possible contacts.
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and we know at least one of those contacts, his fiance, is now in quarantine in bellevue hospital. live in new york, lana zak, abc news. reena, t.j.? >> we know this is incredibly dense city. a lot of people in this city. a lot of concern. he was on planes, trains and automobiles. so what is the threat? what are the chances? that's the question everyone else has. what are the chances this man that was moving around so much could possibly have infected other people? >> the department of health identified four close contacts that they are actually actively watching. as far as the cab driver they've been told me and his passengers are not at any risk of contracting ebola. i know the 4.3 million new yorkers who ride the subway every day are sure to be wondering whether or not they've contracted ebola. i'm told by all the experts that it's very, very unlikely that any of them have. all the experts feel like they've really found this early and have been able to isolate him. >> how likely is this to spread
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to other cities besides new york? >> new york is in a unique position because it knows that it receives so many international travelers. they've really been preparing for this sort of possibility. and they really think they've managed to get it on time. of course, all the experts still say that it is very likely that the united states will continue to see other ebola cases but that they hopefully will be isolated and that those -- that those people can be isolated within these special hospitals to prevent an outbreak from occurring in the united states. >> thank you so much, lana zak reporting from new york. stay with abc news as we cover the latest ebola case. look for updates on abcnews.com and more live coverage on "america this morning" and "good morning america." new video of the ottawa gunman running into parliament as bystanders raced for cover. he's already shot and killed a young canadian soldier at the war memorial and with guards firing at him he ran down a hall past rooms filled with members of parliament.
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one had her 2-month-old baby with her. >> i was terrified, of course. the first thing i thought when i was sitting is how can i make sure the baby is not yelling and crying? >> the attack was ended by parliament's sergeant at arms who shot and killed the intruder. seen moments after the shooting, canadian authorities say the gunman acted alone in both attacks. >> the gunman 32-year-old michael zehaf-bibeau was a loner, troubled and frequent run-ins with police. brian ross reports the gunman was apparently on a suicide mission. >> reporter: 15 years ago, michael bibeau was a chubby student at a catholic high school. he was shot dead, carrying out a one-man suicide mission. this picture, which is authentic but from an unknown source, shows he was armed with a small caliber winchester hunting rifle as he stormed parliament, apparently upset because he'd
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not received a passport to head to syria. >> i think the passport figured prominently in his motives. >> reporter: bibeau's rise to jihad began after he left the catholic high school out of montreal in 1999. over the next ten years he was little more than one of life's losers, a petty criminal and drug user, often homeless. his conversion to islam led him to this mosque outside vancouver three years ago where he was remembered as troubled. >> he was the kind of person that people around him wouldn't feel too comfortable hanging around. >> reporter: even without a passport, he was able to cross the border into the u.s. four times. most recently last year at a time authorities say he'd already become radicalized. bibeau's parents said they had not seen their son for five years until his mother had lunch with him last week. in a statement they said they are cry, not for their son but for the soldier their son killed. brian ross, abc news, new york.
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new york police say terrorism may have been the motive behind a grisly attack on a group of patrol officers in queens. a man wielding a hatchet attacked four police officers in the street wounding two of them. one critically before he was shot dead in a hail of gunfire by two other officers. a bystander was also shot and wounded. the attacker is identified as 32-year-old zale thompson who once served in the navy. the manhunt finally over for murder suspect led out of a maryland prison by mistake. rodriguez was captured near his home in baltimore just blocks from the murder scene. he was accidentally allowed to walk free a week ago while awaiting trial. corrections officials took two days to notice the error. they'd confused his old case with the current more serious charges. another high school football season has been canceled because of hazing. school administrators say the hazing at central bucks high school near philadelphia occurred during the preseason. investigators describe the
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incidents as humiliating initiation rights. varsity and junior varsity coaches have also been suspended pending further investigation. the team had two games left on the schedule. the football season is ending early for a colorado high school football team. this time injuries and a lack of players are to blame. cheyenne mountain high school started with 41 varsity players but ended with just 12 healthy players. the school ended last week's game early and will forfeit the final two games of the season. >> we probably started with 30 less kids this year, so that i'm sure contributed but never seen -- never been in the situation around a program or working with a program where we couldn't finish a season. >> the colorado springs team ends with one loss and one win, nine losses. it was shut out five times. now turning to those air bags that can explode in the front seat of your car. the japanese company that makes them sat the center of a preliminary investigation. the lawmakers want to expand that to some 30 million
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vehicles. the recall could become the largest in history. manufacturers could take years to replace all those air bags. investors seem to be losing patience with amazon. amazon's stock lost more than 10% of its value after the e-commerce giant announced its worst quarterly loss in 14 years. amazon has been responding loads of money on products and services and its kindle fire smartphone has been $170 million disappointment. wall street was expecting a much smaller loss. wall street did like the news that more than 100 sears and kmart stores will close and lay off thousands of workers, some before the holidays. sears disputes the report from a financial tracking service, although it didn't fully deny it. the struggling retailer will disclose details next month about how many stores will close and where. topping our health headlines, continuing our theme here of giving you news of why it's good to drink. raise your glass once again this weekend. it may help your memory. researchers found light
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drinking -- light drinking -- after the age of 60 -- okay. i missed that detail. i have to wait until 60? may help maintain cognitive health. it helps the hippocampus, the brain's memory muscle. two drinks a day for men, one for women. the kind of alcohol doesn't really matter. what was it yesterday? beer is good for you if you are trying to have a child? >> yes, procreate. >> and there you go. good for your memory as well. happening today in london, the auction of an extremely rare bottle of 100-year-old champagne. >> it's not just the age here that makes it so remarkable. this stuff is special because of where it was harvested. the champagne region in france back in 1914. the sweetest of summers that's yielded the sweetest of grapes. >> and how much is it? it's expected to fetch more than $6,000. really? maybe someone like you who lives
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it's a hot button issue many parents seem to struggle with. whether or not they should spank their children. >> that debate is front and center after a controversial episode of "blackish" this week. abc's mara schiavocampo examines the issue. >> reporter: on abc's "blackish," a common parenting predicament. >> when we get home, your father
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is going to spank you! >> reporter: to spank or not to spank. characters dre and his wife bow disagreeing on whether or not their misbehaving son should meet the belt. >> if you want to spank him so bad why don't you do it yourself? >> because you're the spanker. >> reporter: even taking the question to co-workers. >> who thinks they were better off being spanked? >> reporter: while this isn't really, for many the dilemma is. the episode sparking a conversation online. one viewer tweeting, no spanking in my house. another posting, personally, i am glad i got spankings. >> it's actually really common for most parents to disagree on discipline practices. a lot of conflict can come up. our views on spanking is typically based on our own experiences of how we were disciplined. >> reporter: while spanking used to be widely accepted, today it's a whole different story. >> i'm going to spank my son. >> whoa, whoa, whoa, now wait a minute. what are you, a monster? >> reporter: in many cases highlighting a generational divide. those who spanked in the past saying it's fine for the present.
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>> i love this because i used to beat you with it. >> reporter: experts say that tradition may not be the best way to teach your kids a lesson. >> our discipline approaches should be around giving kids practice building skills, giving them practice doing things the right way. >> reporter: a funny take -- >> i told you to spank him, not crush his spirit. >> reporter: -- on a serious issue. mara schiavocampo, abc news, new york. >> crushing his spirit. that's key. that's an important point. >> you know, to each his and her own. lord knows i got whoopings often growing up and, you know, is there a -- is there a statute of limitations? >> well, that explains a lot. >> i turned out all right. >> really? >> apparently i can have my parents arrested. >> in the '80s they'd send us home with these buttons, the child abuse hot line. i threatened my mom a time or two i was going to call the number. >> did you get spankings? >> no. >> now that explains a lot.
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>> two different parenting tactics. coming up, the latest exercise craze. working out on a trampoline. is this effective or just a gimmick. either way you look at it, it looks like fun to me. it's our try-day friday. in our next half hour, some intense high-speed moments caught on tape. bikers facing off with highway police. it's happening more and more often. we take a look at an alarming trend. you're watching "world news born from 1945 through 1965
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have the highest rates of hepatitis c, but most don't know they're infected? people can live for decades without symptoms, but over time hepatitis c can cause serious health problems. if you were born during these years, the cdc now recommends that you get a blood test for hepatitis c. so talk to your doctor and find out if you have hepatitis c. it could save your life. know more. the latestxercis the latest exercise craze you'll always hear about the new and creative ways people are trying to stay in shape. this next one seems like more than just a trend. >> it's called jump life. the workouts take place on
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trampolines. abc's lifestyle and travel editor genevieve shaw brown shows us how it's done on this try-day friday. >> reporter: workout warriors looking for a high energy fast-paced routine to help them reach their fitness goal? look no further. it's time to take a leap of faith on this latest fitness craze. literally. what has these fitness fanatics jumping for joy? >> the fun. they say they're working out but having such a great time. people leave with smiles on their face because they feel like not only did they work out, they come out all sweaty but they also feel like a kid again. >> reporter: i didn't want to jump to conclusions, so i went to jump life gym in manhattan to check it out. i'm thinking this will be like jane fonda goes clubbing on a backyard trampoline. and that's pretty much what i get. >> you can lose anywhere like up to 600 calories. depending on your height, weight, intensity you take the class to. >> reporter: this major workout even safe for people who have been injured.
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>> it's low impact. a lot of people who have existing injuries like knee problems, back problems, find it a very, very comfortable way of working out and getting their fitness in. >> reporter: and it turns out people all over the world are jumping on this workout craze. >> berlin and frankfurt and hamburg, everywhere it's starting now. >> great energy. great vibes. great music and it's just a fun workout. genevieve shaw brown, abc news, new york. >> what are you grumbling about? >> it's fun. >> i was trying to find out how many calories you need to burn. >> trampolining is an olympic sport. >> you know why i know this? i've gone to olympic trials for it. >> are you serious? >> i kid you not. >> so you're making fun of this but you tried out for -- >> i said i went to. i attended. i wasn't trying out. >> you made it sound like you were about to get on the u.s. olympic team.
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this morning on "world news now" -- ebola infection. a new yorktor wh this morning on "world news now" -- ebola infection. a new york doctor who treated patients in africa gets sick. the big questions this morning about his condition and if the virus was spread in the city. extreme weather from a rare tornado in the pacific northwest to powerful winds and downpours in the northeast. it's mother nature's october fury. fearless bikers. defiance on the highway after cops try to stop cyclists on a wild ride. what to do if you get swarmed by motorcycles in your car. ♪ you're beautiful ♪ you're beautiful it's true ♪ >> sorry song. james blunt and his hit single. he's apologizing saying the song is anything but "beautiful." that's in "the skinny" on this friday, october 24th.
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>> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> tell them what -- >> i really like that song. >> you really like that? still to this day? >> yeah, i think it is a nice song. >> he's even saying it's not a good song. >> well, maybe he'll change his mind after we -- >> again? >> -- discuss it later. hello. i'm t.j. holmes alongside reena ninan. the big story, this just broke just a few hours ago here in new york. now it has a lot of folks concerned. >> we're going to kick off this half hour. the latest on the ebola case. the doctor in new york city testing positive for the deadly virus after returning from west africa. >> a 33-year-old doctor treating ebola patients in guinea. one of the countries devastated by the disease. he is now in isolation at a manhattan hospital. his girlfriend quarantined. the doctor rode the subway, took a car service here in new york just the night before he fell
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ill. abc's linsey davis has more on how this all unfolded. >> reporter: inside this ambulance rushing to bellevue hospital, 33-year-old craig spencer. a doctors without borders physician suffering from a fever and gastrointestinal symptoms. a confirmed case of ebola right in the heart of new york city. >> i know it's a frightening situation, but the more facts you know, the less frightening this situation is. >> reporter: dr. spencer had been in guinea, one of three hot zone countries. last thursday he flew home connecting through brussels before arriving at jfk airport. he'd been monitoring his temperature and reported his fever. police officers in masks, neighbors anxious. a local councilman trying to calm fears. >> frankly, people in the neighborhood are scared, and some of them are panicked. i had one gentleman who wouldn't even shake my hand because he was scared. >> reporter: the health
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department says a team of disease detectives immediately began to actively trace all of the patient's contacts to identify anyone who may be at potential risk. >> the patient is now in isolation. the health department has a team of disease detectives who have been at work tracing all of the patient's contacts, and we are prepared to quarantine contacts as necessary. >> reporter: in recent days, bellevue hospital has been holding drills in case a possible ebola patient comes through their door. those plans going into motion. it took only a few hours to determine that spencer did, indeed, test positive for ebola. linsey davis, abc news, new york. >> this is what we know about dr. spencer's past few days. he left guinea october 14th, stopped in brussels before arriving in new york on the 17th. he sticks to guidelines checking his temperature twice a day. this past tuesday he feels tired. wednesday, spencer takes the subway to brooklyn to a bowling alley and hops in a cab back home.
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he notifies authorities yesterday morning when he comes down with a 103 fever and also has diarrhea. at some point he also went for a three-mile jog, but health officials say there's no reason for alarm. you should stay with us here at abc news as we cover the latest ebola infection. look for more live updates in our next half hour and on "america this morning." we know more about the man who stormed canada's parliament building. he was a loner who had drug problems, criminal record and converted to islam. abc's karen travers reports authorities still want to know much more about him. >> reporter: this dramatic video shows bystanders scrambling as michael zehaf-bibeau races toward canada's parliament with a small caliber hunting rifle. this picture authentic but from an unknown source shows him up close with that weapon. police say zehaf-bibeau came to ottawa earlier this month to get a passport. his mother telling authorities her son wants to travel to syria. this rampage may have been a result of him not getting that
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travel document. >> i think the passport figured prominently in his motives and his -- i'm not inside his head, but i think it was central to what was driving him. >> reporter: canadian authorities said they have 93 citizens under investigation or surveillance as possible terrorists. zehaf-bibeau may have had extremist views, but he was not on that watch list. >> had we have known that he wanted to travel to syria, then he certainly would have been. >> reporter: abc news learned zehaf-bibeau crossed into the u.s. on four separate occasions. canadian and u.s. officials are trying to retrace his steps to figure out where he went and who he may have met with. concerns are growing in canada and in the u.s. about homegrown terrorists who may be trying to join isis in syria or iraq. canadian officials say they still have a lot to learn about how and why michael zehaf-bibeau turned to radicalism. t.j., reena?
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>> karen, thank you. three people are dead after a midair collision in maryland between a helicopter and private plane. all three fatalities were aboard the helicopter which was on a training flight. the two men on the plane were injured but have already been released from the hospital. they were able to deploy a parachute which lessened the plane's impact on the ground. the helicopter hit a storage facility as it came down. a powerful storm system moving through washington state yesterday spawned a tornado. the funnel cloud was caught on video in longview, washington. meteorologists measured it at an ef-1. winds up to 110 miles an hour. it carved a path of destruction 50 miles wide and a mile long. luckily caused no reported injuries. on the east coast, a powerful nor'easter slammed much of new england leaving its own path of destruction. abc's rob marciano was in the heart of the storm zone just outside boston and has the latest.
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>> reporter: with howling winds near hurricane strength and nearly a half a foot of rain, the northeast is getting lashed by a nor'easter. conditions in peabody, massachusetts, so severe schools canceled. drivers there in high water. this man had to be carried out to safety by firefighters. along the coast, boats run aground, crashing waves up to 18 feet high. dangerously close to homes. across the northeast, a tangled mess of downed trees, crushed cars and debris. thick trunk trees snapped clean in half. in connecticut, downed power lines sparking this gas fire. >> we periodically go and monitor it to make sure the heat from the fire isn't affecting the home or spreading to it. >> reporter: luckily, no injuries. in rhode island, wind and rain so severe, drivers abandoned their cars. this won't be the strongest storm new englanders see this winter, but certainly a large one and slow mover. it's done its damage as far as beach erosion already. it will move out through the day on friday but not before taking
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some of this coastline with it. rob marciano, abc news, massachusetts. >> wow. that was an interesting tag there. >> rob is the best out in the field. worked with him for a long time. he's fantastic out there. good to see him out there. >> hope he's in a warmer area right now. now here's a look at today's weather. the nor'easter is blowing out to sea lingering behind showers across new england. heavy rain in the pacific northwest and up to six inches. >> cool across much of the northern half of the country. 50s and 60s. but dry conditions in the midwest. 70s and 80s. 96 degrees for phoenix. a lava flow on the move threatening thousands of residents on the big island of hawaii. it's advanced more than five football fields in the past 36 hours. the flow is less than a mile away from the town of pahoa. authorities say it's only a matter of time before residents there are forced to evacuate. they hope to give them at least three days notice.
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we see these pretty pictures, but that's scary stuff out there. >> it devoured 130 acres of terrain by thursday afternoon. unstoppable, huh? >> what do you do? you just have to get out of the way. probably just a matter of time. hopefully everybody will be all right. our friends out in hawaii. >> some of the big island residents are used to it. it's been erupting -- it began in 1983. i guess this is something they know comes with paradise. >> comes with paradise, right? we've got a sight out of idaho coming up. a captivating sight here. >> as seen from high above, it's a bird's-eye view of the corn maze at the farmstead in meridian. this year it's carved out of the "wizard of oz" theme. >> all right. okay. i see it now. emerald city, dorothy. lots of detail. planning the maze takes about a year. i would imagine so. >> there's no place like home, though. >> if i could click my heels right now. >> you say that every morning. coming up in "the skinny," hollywood a-lister who is selling lingerie but, of all
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places, at target. first, a big scare on the highway. motorcyclist who defy police and frighten other drivers. important safety advice on the road. you're watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by metamucil multi-health. there are two reasons why i need to keep an eye on my health. ugh! we won! that's why i take metabiotic, a daily probiotic. with 70% of your immune system in your gut, new multi-health metabiotic with bio-active 12 helps maintain digestive balance and is proven to help support a healthy immune system i take care of myself, so i can take care of them. experience the meta effect with our new multi-health wellness line and see how one small change can lead to good things. does your carpet ever feel rough and dirty? ugh. don't avoid it. resolve it. our new formula not only cleans and freshens
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patrol officers and the bikers who suddenly surround them. >> seems to be happening more and more as bikers continually try to one up each other. abc's brandi hitt has the story. >> reporter: watch as a swarm of motorcycle riders takes over this northern california highway speeding past a minivan, popping wheelies, then look on the right. a california highway patrol officer, his siren on, tries to pull over the leader. but the riders taunt him, waving at him to go away. that officer eventually forced to pull over and call for backup. >> they can't expect that just because they're skilled at doing this type of riding they'll not have an incident. >> reporter: it's not the first time we've seen this type of biker swarm. just this week, 100 riders taking over the streets of philadelphia. and in new york last year, nine bikers charged after chasing down an suv and beating the driver in front of his family. the highway patrol tells us if you find yourself surrounded and feel unsafe, don't engage. instead, stay at a safe speed or
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pull over. if you feel really threatened, you can always call 911. california police combing through this video for clues, trying to identify these reckless riders who could now face criminal charges. brandi hitt, abc news, los angeles. >> some of these cops have stopped going after motorcyclists because they can maneuver around easily. a little faster. sometimes it hurts innocent bystanders in the chase. >> that's a good way to go. you aren't going after guys that are hard core criminals. yes, they might be doing something wrong but a lot of police departments are going that route. frankly, a lot of people love to because it looks cool. it looks dangerous. these guys are skilled. but, geez, guys. we've got "the skinny" coming your way. a song you love, somebody is actually apologizing for even making the song that made him famous. >> i'm sorry to hear that. and halle berry's foray into the lingerie world. you don't want to miss that next
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on "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations.
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so skinn ♪ skinny so skinny ♪ a very interesting admission, you're beautiful. i saw your face in a crowded space. >> those are lyrics? >> those are the lyrics. >> that's james blunt. it was his biggest hit. why is he saying it's all annoying?
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>> because it is. we may not recognize it from this. this is not what you remember him looking like when the song was a hit. "you're beautiful" was huge and put him on the map. it was in 2005. launched his career. now he's saying there was some fallout from it being overplayed. let's play it one more time for giggles. ♪ you're beautiful you're beautiful you're beautiful it's true ♪ >> you remember the song? even the video here was a little annoying. standing in the snow disrobing. >> he's giving everything to this beautiful woman that he saw in a crowded space. >> that's why the song was huge, but he is now saying it was a problem for his career because some of the -- even the record company pigeon holed him into this thing marketing towards women. then you're shutting out 50% of your possible fan base. >> it did well and the song still sticks.
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he also points out that marketing also painted him to be an insanely serious person, although he considers himself anything but. blunt has a new album out and hopes it will spawn a single half as successful as "you're beautiful." don't be ashamed, james. milk is as long as you can. >> a lot of people have a lot of apologizing to do for a lot of songs if this is the direction we're going to go. joan rivers. news about her. her daughter melissa will be inheriting the bulk of her estate after her recent and sudden passing. >> as melissa is joan's only child, it's no big surprise she'd be the benefactor. but the amount is impressive. over $100 million. joan who had been performing just days before her death had amassed quite a fortune. $75 million just in cash. that will all go to melissa as well, including her $35 million condo on new york's upper east side. >> an insider divulged this information also saying that melissa's son cooper will receive his own share of joan's estate. it's, of course, no consolation for losing their mother. we talk about all this money, but they'd much rather have joan
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back. halle berry back in the news for her latest business venture. no stranger to baring some skin. it's only fitting she'll launch her own lingerie label. >> the 48-year-old actress reviving a french luxury line named scandal. there's a twist. it's going to be sold at target. >> i love that. >> for the very affordable price range of $7 to $18. >> berry discovered the label while shopping in paris. after searching its history, researching it, she decided to relaunch it. scandal is expected to hit target next week. >> it's target and scandal. fans of the web series between two ferns got their first new episode since last high-profile guest interview and that was president obama. it continued with a-listers. this time brad pitt.
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>> and introduced as bradley pitt -- that's how they introduced him. the satire was heavy with lots of signature and awkward moments including the two playing chicken with their chewing gum. also a brief intermission from louie c.k. who did a stand-up set that didn't go over well. also not going over well was this question. >> tell me what it was like the first time you laid eyes on angelina. was it like one of those classical love stories like when -- i don't know, when ross first saw rachel? you know that show "friends." have you seen that? ♪ i'll be there for you >> that is awesome. you might recall pitt used to be married to rachel from "friends." jennifer aniston. and he played it off pretty well. >> i can't tell if the guests are just playing into it or some get uncomfortable and it gets awkward. >> come on. they knew it was coming. >> brad was having a good time. >> seemed like fun. you have to be a good sport to go on that show.
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canada will never be intimidated. after 21 days of being on that watch list, there's zero chance that any of those young men or that louise carries the ebola virus. thousands of hours have been spent in an effort to find him. we think perhaps today proved their worth. >> he had actually turned towards me, and that's where you could see the mud on his face, you could tell what height he was standing next to. could go back as far as 20 years based on some statements we have. his level of cooperation and the things he's told us would indicate possibly other victims could surface. when you have an air bag that's designed to protect you that can explode into shrapnel and kill you, this is an extreme situation. he honored women's features. he honored our bodies. he wasn't afraid to pull back and let the woman be the star of the look. i was just lucky to get to wear his designs.
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i fell in love with my boss in a 22-year-old sort of way. it happens. but my boss was the president of the united states. ♪ like a virgin touched for the very first time ♪ >> you know, there was an editorial by conservative bishops and in it they said that nun, not even the americans of sister act would have thought of such a reckless move. >> reckless? >> reckless? that's a strong word. >> that is strong. i love her. did you download her song yet? >> not yet. >> you should do that. >> i will after that comment. hope you liked our look back at the week. a whole lot more where that came from. >> and log on to our facebook fan page, wnnfans.com. >> announcer: this is abc's "world news now," informing insomniacs for two decades.
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sorrentino. making news in america this morning -- ebola in america. a doctor fresh from africa diagnosed with the deadly virus in new york city. the huge task of tracing his steps, raising concern for the millions who live there. live with the breaking details. from small time criminal to terror. what we've learned about the shooter in canada. the new dramatic video of him storming parliament and the picture of the victim's dogs going viral. vicious attack caught on camera. hatchet wielding man goes after a group of police officers. why investigators are looking at a possible terrorist connection. and mustang mistake. a mechanic has a bad day on the job while working on a classic.

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