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here's a christmas gift for you at the gas pump. fuel prices continue to drop. the energy department says the average price of a gallon of gas has me choked up it's so low. $2.78. 49 cents cheaper than this time last year. the gulf coast region, the average is $2.53. >> you don't even drive. imagine the people that drive. >> i'm happy for them. here you rebecca jarvis. >> reporter: a view you've probably never seen before. this 320-pound orange robot we outfitted with a go-pro camera
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offering a rare glimpse inside the busiest day of the year at this gigantic amazon warehouse in tracy, california. 3,000 robots working round the clock here outnumbering the 2,000 human employees. this 1 million square-foot structure the equivalent of nearly 21 football fields housing almost 22 million items. watch as we put amazon's technology to the test. placing an order for one of the hottest gifts of the year. the fitbit from our offices in new york city. a minute later it's off the line, ready to ship. now the company that wrote the book on internet retail is facing serious competition. >> what's different this year is many of the brick and mortar retailers are offering similar advantages. >> reporter: like same-day delivery. macy's and nordstrom using some of their stores as warehouse locations. best buy and toys "r" us teaming up with google offering same day delivery in some markets. mass retailers also competing on
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price. that fitbit from amazon also available at the same price and arriving the same day from target.com. if you missed out on shopping over this grand weekend, have no fear. the retailers have a lot more up their sleeves before christmas. rebecca jarvis, abc news, new york. >> i feel like the better deals are always closer to christmas. >> you are waiting it out. >> i'm a waiter. maybe that's how i rationalize my -- >> procrastination? >> procrastination. >> do what you got to do. coming up, biblical blockbuster. we'll preview the new movie "exodus." the controversial choices they made over sacred subject matters. ahead in our next half hour, five-finger discount. one master shoplifter's tricks of the trade. you're watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations. trade. you're watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc statio
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one of the oldest, greatest stories ever told, moses. "let my people go." he led his folks out of egypt and crossed the red sea. >> the epic story that begs for the hollywood treatment. we're up all nightline for a behind the scenes look with chris conley. >> i came here to tell yeoh something is coming that i cannot control. >> who are you talking to? >> god. >> reporter: as played by christian bale in "exodus: gods and kings." moses reshapes history as much as any mortal has. >> he was so much more human than i'd ever imagine. all the sort of temptations and indulgences he'd grown up with. >> follow me and you will be free. >> absolutely seen as a freedom fighter.
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hebrews but terrorist in te-- >> you should concentrate yours on flighting. >> reporter: moses begins all but blood brothers with ramsey, besting him on the battle field. until -- the revelation that he's >> your parents never told you the truth. >> what truth? >> the year of your birth was a prophecy that our leader would be born. that leader is you. >> reporter: as egypt's self-proclaimed god. ramses gets a more sympathetic portrayal. >> i'm not saying no. >> reporter: the moses antagonist often received. >> those people in great positions of power also harbor a great deep well of fear. >> reporter: ever since the casting was announced, scott has been castigated by some for
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hiring white actors to play the two lead egyptians. in response, he's noted the impossibility of financing a nine-figure epic without an internationally bankable star such as bale and points to his casting of ghassan massoud in "kingdom of heaven." >> you look at the existing -- he has red hair that certain pharaohs would have had, green eyes and light skin and ridley and i had a lot of discussions what the movie stands to say is so much more important than any of those debates. it's such an important story of revolution. >> reporter: with an eye towards plausibility, he's crafted the plagues. still the climactic transformation of the red sea that most amazing. >> you can't have the gulf just part. now we know and we are familiar with the brutality of a tsunami
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and how fast it can drain. so i figured it was logical. >> reporter: yet for all its visual grandeur, the film rests on the shoulders of its moses. even if the oscar-winning bale never feels all that confident. >> when i'm arriving on the set and looking and going, i'm moses. and i've got to go down there and convince everyone that it was worth building these sets, you know, for the performances that we're going to give. they've got to watch me come in and do my job. how am i going to sell them on that? >> reporter: i'm chris conley for "nightline" in los angeles. >> kind of a big job. >> it is a big job. it's also hard to compete against the 1956 version. >> charlton heston. favorite movie of all time. >> really a fantastic movie. >> i love that flick. that was a white moses as well back in the day, charlton heston. he's now seen as the iconic moses in movies. he was a white guy. coming up, be christmas
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go long™. ♪ okay. time for "the mix." you know who gets forgotten around thanksgiving, the holidays? stray cats. people never think they are out, it's cold. you should do something for them. well, a young man's father decided to build a cat aquarium. take a look at this. it's a cat aquarium. a window that his dad built. eye a multi level window enclosure. it gives stray cats a place when they are stuck outside to come in and get warmth through this window. it looks a little like tupperware but it's a window with a little enclosure so the kids can look at the stray cats. >> a little display case for
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cats. no water. >> you see this and maybe that makes a little sense. that's thanksgiving. christmas now. you have your tree? >> yes. >> you went out and bought one, chopped one down? >> i do plastic. >> we've got work to do. for the real tree folks out there, we put them up, decorate them and then toss them out. some are tossing them now. it's a competition in the uk. a 22-pound tree they throw as far as they can. you get three attempts. you get judged for distance and the height of the toss. you don't actually win a prize. this is a charity. they are tossing trees. this is usually what we do after christmas. >> it's for a good cause but still wasteful. and that's why i do plastic. that's why i do plastic. do you remember that olive garden, they gave people, $99, all you can eat for 99 days. -- 49 days. >> one guy went to town.
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>> this other guy went to town a different way. he fed the homeless. took all these doggy bags from the unlimited buffet and started feeding people who really needed a meal. isn't that a nice -- >> and they were okay with this? >> they loved it. he went around town and gave them the leftovers. selfless act for people in need. you see him there. >> what a contrast from the other guy we're thinking of banning because he was in there every day. >> eating for himself. >> this guy racked it up and took it out. a new list coming out today. the most popular baby names in the world. before we get to that one later in the day, let's talk about some names banned. some won't allow you to name your children certain things. saudi arabia, you can't name your child alice. in mexico, the name james bond is banned. >> what? why? >> they -- >> james bond? >> they have their rules. some of them are trying to keep the kids from being embarrassed. like this name was from -- tallulah does the hula from hawaii. we don't want that kind of stuff happening.
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this m this morning on "world news now" -- ferguson fallout from the st. louis rams raising their hands to nationwide protests and the president taking action with police. the missouri controversy stays in the spotlight. school scare. developments overnight where a teenager with a gun was ready to take aim. who stepped in stopping a potentially unthinkable crime. please help. the frantic calls to 911 from a woman trapped in an icy canal. she was in her car. how police responded. and replacing bono on the stage. the rock superstar filling in for u2's ailing lead singer in a benefit concert last night. that's in "the skinny" on this tuesday, december 2nd. ♪ still haven't found what i'm
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looking for ♪ >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> it seems strange to say, bono has been replaced. >> he hasn't been replaced. just he's out for the count. he's out for the count. >> messed that arm up. he had that accident in new york, central park. biking accident. >> up in the air with his luggage. it's been a bad month for him. >> he should say low for a little while. don't buy a lottery ticket. don't bother. >> wasn't replaced but some big names filled in for him. >> they did ask me, but i told them i had the show. >> hadn't seen you since wednesday. >> yeah. you were filling in for lara "gma." >> i miss you when i don't see you. >> who knew? but ferguson, that is still happening.
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we're going to begin with a day of action one week after that grand jury decision in ferguson. >> hands-up walkouts took place around the country. protesters marched in the streets and held rallies similar to this one. >> attorney general eric holder spoke at ebenezer baptist church where martin luther king jr. preached. as the president took action himself, here's abc's karen travers. >> reporter: one week later and the fallout from the ferguson grand jury decision continues. marches taking place across the nation including washington, d.c., where peaceful demonstrators blocked traffic. >> everything needs to be at a standstill until people understand that lives matter. not only do black lives matter but all lives matter. >> reporter: in new york and philadelphia, and even at the white house, where inside president obama focused on what can be learned from ferguson. mr. obama called for a three-year, $263 million spending package that includes expanded police training
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programs and $75 million to subsidize up to 50,000 more body cameras for local police officers. >> there have been commissions before, task forces, conversations. and nothing happens. part of the reason this time will be different is because the president of the united states is deeply invested in making sure that this time is different. >> reporter: the nfl said it will not punish the members of the st. louis rams who came out on to the field for sunday's game with their hands raised in the now iconic pose. >> just a positive message. that's all we're trying to do. just a positive message. hoping something good will come out of it. >> reporter: the st. louis county police association said it was tasteless, offensive and inflammatory. the newly formed ferguson commission made up of local officials and community leaders met for the first time. they have a very ambitious agenda trying to bridge deeply
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rooted divisions. t.j., reena, back to you. >> attorney general holder still has his investigation. i just feel like that could be a potential difficult spot for people when that ruling comes out. >> that really set folks off. that issue with the rams. they were trying to do something symbolic and make a statement. now this back and forth between the rams and the st. louis police who say they want an apology. they got a call from the vice president of the team. then the st. louis police come out and say, we got our apology. the guys from the rams say, i didn't apologize. they can't agree on the apology. just shows you how heated up a situation that is and continues to be. we turn to this situation. in utah, this is still a developing story. a frightening story out of a northern utah high school. police there in plain city say a student brought a loaded handgun to school with the intention of shooting a particular person and then opening fire. another student spotted that weapon. officers searched each and every classroom. the suspect, a junior, acted alone. now to an urgent warning
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that isis is urging home-grown terrorists to target members of the u.s. military. the fbi is telling military members to scrub their facebook and social media sites. agents say any information or family pictures that could make them targets or provide their location could make them vulnerable. >> this is an environment that this particular enemy has proven adept at using, and we don't want to give them any more advantage than they are already trying to gain. >> the fbi warning follows two separate and deadly attacks in canada by supposed isis soldiers targeting uniform soldiers there as well. federal investigators are blaming a manufacturing defect in a lithium battery for a fire in a boeing dreamliner jumbo jet. an inspection of the japanese plants where it was made found debris going undetected and design flaws in which a short circuit might overheat an airliner's battery. a fire in boston grounded the entire feet of 787 jets for more than three months.
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a dramatic rescue in washington state. a woman veering off the road finding herself trapped in her car and sinking fast into an icy canal. she makes a frantic call to 911 in the middle of the night. mark miller reports from our seattle station. >> this is 911, what are you reporting? >> i can't get out of my car and it's filling up with water. >> reporter: collette smith made that emergency call from behind the wheel of a compact car tilted nose down partially submerged in a canal. >> i hit black ice. >> reporter: collette asked us not to show her face. she's feeling a little vulnerable after what she's been through but agreed to recount her ordeal. >> i didn't have a plan. i didn't know what i was going to do. she remembers the feeling of utter helplessness. >> i can't open the door. i can't roll a window down. >> reporter: the 911 dispatcher urged collette to find something
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she could use to break a window as the ice cold water reached her waist. >> i have nothing to break the window with. >> you have nothing to break the window with. >> i'm panicking. i can't get out. >> i understand. >> reporter: her life would depend on luck. luck that the car lights state on and a police officer and a sheriff's deputy happened to be just a few moments away and could find the car and reach the rear window. >> next thing i hear is shatter and the cops are like climb out, climb out. the cops grabbed my hands and they were pulling. i was still struggling to get footing and there went the car. >> they watched it float away in the dark and sink in 12 feet of water. >> i guess i'm lucky. somebody up there is looking out
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for me. >> reporter: mark miller, komo 4 news. >> much of southern california under severe watches and warnings as a second round of storms -- excuse me. i'm so sorry. i'm trying to manage this cough. these storms could bring devastating floods and mud slides. we're talking about southern california. 12,000 sandbags are ready in glendora. forecasters are predicting several inches of rain. we get the latest from accuweather's jim dickey. >> good morning. heavy rain ahead here for california. where we do desperately need it. it's all being brought by this area of low pressure. you can see it clearly swirling off the coast here. that broad counterclockwise swirl marking that dragging in the moisture to california. rain will be heavy at times. in particular, heavy in southern california where it's most needed. we're talking 1 to 4 inch amounts. that will be common throughout the day. too much of a good thing leading to mudslides, flash flooding and issues on the roadways. likely increased heavy traffic. into the northeast, different story. a cold front has moved in. much colder across the region. a system slides in. that will bring ice and snow through the day into the
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overnight up on into new england. reena and t.j., back to you. >> jim, thank you. our health headlines, disturbing new figures on the impact of prescription pain killers. drug overdoses from painkillers such as vicodin, percocet and oxycodone tripled between 1999 and 2012. there were 16,000 deaths during that same period. heroin deaths tripled while drug overdoses overall doubled. police have been trying to play catch-up with potentially impaired drivers. researchers are now working to develop a breath test for pot. police have been relying on more time consuming blood tests. they hope to repurpose existing technologies used by airport security and customs agents to test for pot. speaking of pot, there's help for people who have the munchies and nowhere to go. they're not near a taco bell. >> fast food chains latest attempt to expand its brand
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beyond the restaurants appears to be a hit. it's in a supermarket near you. how does it look? >> what is that? >> that is taco bell's cinnamon nachos dessert kit. all you got to do, pick this kit up and just dump some ice cream on it, and you are good to go. >> it comes with cinnamon tortilla chips, caramel sauce >> just 650 calories for this deliciousness. it can be yours. >> is that with the ice cream you have to add on top? >> without the ice cream. coming up in "the skinny," scarlett johansson quietly takes on a new role. this is not part of a blockbuster movie. making money off ugly christmas sweaters. one woman is beautifying her bank account thanks to these
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people than we originally thought have been killed as a result of those faulty gm ignitions. 36 people have died. 44 have been injured. the new information was released yesterday. gm knew about faulty ignition switches in its cars for more than a decade but didn't recall them until february. and in another major safety recall, the government is investigating whether graco took too long to report a defect in its child car seats. graco recalled more than 6 million because the buckles could get stuck. potentialing putting a child's risk at the life during an emergency. the holiday shopping season is in full swing. it's also open season for thieves to help themselves. >> now a shoplifting mastermind is revealing his tricks of the trade that helped him make off with millions in merchandise until he was caught. here's abc's matt gutman. >> reporter: 'tis the season for shopping and shoplifters. about 25,000 shoplifters active
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every hour across the country. the loss to retailers in the billions. this means higher prices for us. to find out what to watch for when these five-finger discounters try to cash in -- >> hey, how many states do you think you've been in? >> one year, i hit the whole 50. >> reporter: i sat down with a convicted shoplifter. the unassuming 46-year-old in this video has strolled out of hundreds of retailers in his career carrying merchandise worth millions. watch him at work. there he is on store security camera footage in a florida kmart. his signature move? box stuffing. watch him pack numerous electronic gaming pads into that empty box, three or four of them worth 100 bucks each. then buys the $34 box that has hundreds of dollars of goods inside. making thousands of dollars of merchandise disappear right in front of the cashier takes sleight of hand and a couple of props.
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>> you buy a teddy bear -- >> you get a little cashier. oh, it's so cute. she'll never dream. >> reporter: prop number be two. a sweaty bottle of cold water that he grabs to hand to the cashier. >> hand them the water so the hand is wet. >> reporter: why would the hand need to be wet? >> she's going to wipe it down. let her scan the box. she's not going to touch anything. >> reporter: not touching the box is crucial. she doesn't realize it's heavy and full of loot. >> broward county police sergeant followed him one day watching every move. >> he was up bright and early and stole from dawn to the evening hours. >> reporter: the veteran shotlifter would spend two years in the clink and perhaps a greater punishment for him, he's banned from entering any of the chains he stole from. matt gutman, abc news, miami. >> they make it look so easy. >> now i know. i get the teddy bear and bottle of wart. >> remind me not to accept any
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gifts from you. >> no, they're going to be good gifts. i can afford a lot of that stuff. no, i'm kidding. but who knew. >> don't end up in our dumb criminal file. coming up here, bono could not perform so celebrities showed up to lead a u2 concert. and gq's award winner just might surprise you. that's up in "the skinny." >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations. winner. just might surprise you. that's up next in "the skinny."
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♪ skinny ♪ skinny so skinny ♪ leading us off is last night's big concert in times square in honor of world aids day. u2. with lead singer bono recovering from the nasty bike accident he had a good pair of understudies filling in. coldplay's chris martin and the boss, bruce springsteen. there he is. >> pretty good stand-ins. >> he took the stage with a substitute pun on it. and then it was springsteen. ♪ ♪ but i still haven't found what i'm looking for ♪
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♪ what i'm looking for >> i could have done it. >> you could have wailed down there last night. the boss also performed "where the streets have no name" with the band who billed themselves as u2 minus 1. also carrie underwood, kanye west. >> the event sponsor bank of america will be donating $3 million to the red organization, the global fund to fight aids. an official winner of the gq magazine pop star of the year award. it is pretty obvious it would be going to taylor swift. not her. then beyonce. not her either. how about weird al yankovic? >> he can be seen posing for gq while celebrating the coveted honor. he's wearing nothing more than spray paint and a gold leotard. he's been famous for his catchy parodies of songs like "tacky,"
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a take on the song "happy." >> his most recent album "mandatory fun" hit number one this summer. rosario dawson may be a new mom. the 35-year-old movie star has adopted a 12-year-old girl. dawson was adopted at age 1 by her stepfather and has said she intended on adopting a child one time. roughly 23,000 american teens becoming homeless after aging out of foster care. >> i had no idea she was adopted. dawson has been involved with orphan aid africa has not yet commented. sorry, fellas, scarlett johansson is now officially off the market. johansson and french journalist romain dauriac secretly married in montana. >> johansson confirmed the news
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by introducing her new hubby at the gotham awards in new york. it took place a month after the 30-year-old actress gave birth to their first child together, a little girl named rose. congratulations to scarlett. the outside comes in. it's kinda nasty so you start the towel-mop shuffle. where are you sun?! [ doorbell rings ] oh, wow, it's a swiffer wetjet. this puts my towel mopping to shame. whoa! ewww. sunshine is overrated, now we can get messy. [ laughs ]
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why i'm happy for her. >> she's always fashionable. >> ugly christmas sweaters. i bet she doesn't wear ugly christmas sweaters. >> i bet she could pull it off. >> doesn't take designer sensibility to make them. one woman in florida is cashing in. let's check in with our station in tampa. >> i am totally shocked. >> reporter: overwhelmed by her success. >> it's just snowballed ever since. >> reporter: ever since a blogger made fun of these pictures. deb posted online to her ebay store. deb's handmade ugly, tacky christmas sweaters. at first his harsh words hurt her feelings but then she embraced it and started poking fun, too. >> no, i'm pretty sure it was the ugly face and the arms. >> reporter: now sales are skyrocketing. her sales a one of a kind. >> a lot of tassels, a lot of balls. i always put jingle bells on the wrist. so when you're moving, be the jingle bells move. that's the fun. the more crazy, the funner it is. the more fun you'll have. >> reporter: the uglier and louder, the better.
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her whole house from upstairs where she collects all sorts of sweaters she finds in thrift stores. >> it's already screaming i'm an ugly sweater. >> reporter: to downstairs where this 45-year-old mom has transformed a back room into a sewing studio. each sweater takes about two hours to make in all shapes and sizes from kids to plus sizes to maternity. even though her sales have quadrupled in the last year, she can't imagine bringing anyone else in. she'll stick to her one-man show. >> i'm really picky about what i make and what i want to give. i'll probably never ask for help. i would rather probably say i can't do it than let somebody else help me out. >> abc action news. >> i wonder if that somebody else is you because you're so into those sweaters. look at you. >> tell me that's not fly. tell me that is not a good look. >> but you took the tie off at least. he took the tie off. that's what it takes. christmas. >> a little scary.
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good morning. i'm reena ninan. >> i'm t.j. holmes. here are some of the top headlines we're following. the fbi is warning members of the military to lower their profiles an social media because isis is urging homegrown terrorists to attack them. a utah high school student was arrested after he brought a loaded gun to school. detectives say the 16-year-old boy intended to shoot a particular classmate and then attack the school. >> reporter: police in west virginia say a murder-suicide of likely the result of a domestic dispute. the man killed four people including a former girlfriend, before turning the gun on himself. and a day of action around the country one week after the ferguson grand jury decision, protesters staged hands-up walkouts and rallies and president obama announced plans for better community policing. those are our top stories for tuesday, december 2nd.
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>> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> doing all right there? >> yeah, with the holidays, rough for a lot of folks. people getting passed the sniffles and things like that. >> caught your daughter's germs? >> yeah. no, i'm on the mend. >> good to see you here. we begin with a new terror warning to america's military men and women. >> the fbi says they are a new target for isis militants. details from abc's brian ross. >> reporter: the warning was the strongest of its kind to date armed at the 1 million military personnel with a visible presence across the u.s.
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>> people should be concerned. >> you never know who is out there watching or hacking. >> reporter: the fbi and homeland security say isis is spotting and assessing individuals in the u.s. who could carry out attacks against soldiers. a much more serious threat than its standard call to jihad. >> this sounds like it's much more specific. it's organized. isis is choosing the targets. >> reporter: members of the military are being told to scrub their facebook and social media sites of any information or family pictures that could make them targets or provide their information. >> information mining is a real threat. >> reporter: this video highlighted the vulnerabilities. >> a geo tagged post. >> this is an environment this particular enemy has proven adept at using. we don't want to give them any more advantage than they're already trying to gain. >> reporter: this comes in the wake two of separate and deadly attacks in canada by supposed isis followers targeting uniformed soldiers there. there is no indication of a specific threat or target, but
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given the sharp up tick in the number of americans caught supporting isis, they have the full attention of the fbi and pentagon. brian ross, abc news, new york. a new development in the trial of dzhokhar tsarnaev. he's asking to move his trial outside of massachusetts. the judge rejected his first request but his attorneys have filed a second change of venue request saying pretrial publicity and media leaks will make it impossible to find an impartial jury. a swanky hotel became the scene of a real drama. they tracked him down with a gps device planted inside the money. the suspect was armed. police fired shots hitting the suspect who is in critical condition. no reports of any other injuries. new clues now in the case of the philadelphia area student who disappeared last week. police say they got a ping from shane montgomery's cell phone near a pharmacy detected about
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an hour after he left the bar where he was last seen. the fbi posted information about a $25,000 reward on billboards around the city. the boy found hidden behind a wall in his georgia's home says he's feeling great now that he's back with his mother. 13-year-old gregory gene jr. had gone to visit his dad four years ago and was never allowed to return back home. his mother says he was used as a and figured out how to contact his mom. >> i downloaded an app and i called my mom. >> i wasn't nervous. i was just ready to go home. >> he also said he was beat bine his stepmother and thrown down the stairs. his dad and stepmother are facing child cruelty and false imprisonment charges.
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much of southern california is bracing for a second round of storms that could bring devastating floods. several inches of rain are predicted. 12,000 sandbags are ready to protect property around glendora. accuweather is tracking this storm and another one in the east. here's meteorologist jim dickey. >> good morning. some much-needed rainfall ahead here for california today. all brought on by this swirling area of low pressure. you see it spinning offshore dragging in the deep moisture to california. again, rain will be heavy from san francisco all the way south into l.a. and san diego. this is where rain will be heaviest. we desperately need it. we're going to get. one to four inches of rainfall in some spots here. that will certainly cause issues on roadways. too much of a good thing leading to flash flooding in spots as well. meanwhile, across the northeast, much colder air mass settled in. a cold front hanging out. a new wave forms up along that. we'll see overnight a mix of ice
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and snow spreading out of pennsylvania into new england. watch out for slick spots on the roadways. back to you. on monday night football it was the dolphins trying to keep their playoff hopes alive while visiting the lowly new york jets. miami was down 13-6 early in the fourth quarter when lamar miller ran a touchdown from four yards out. the dolphins took the lead for good right after the second minute warning. with their third field goal of the game. miami wins a close one, 16-13. congratulations are in order for the 13-year-old who redefined what it means to throw like a girl. mo'ne davis was named sports kid of the year. she and her wicked fastball helped advance her philadelphia team to the little league world series. she became the first girl ever to pitch a shutout in the series. that's a big deal. >> she took the sports world by storm. a great, great story to watch. >> why do you say was? i think her story is just beginning. >> she keeps saying she wants to play college basketball somewhere.
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we'll see her down the road. i think they say she's a pretty good ball player. might be better at basketball than baseball. >> she was also an honor roll student in addition to playing sports so well. >> congrats to her. >> remember that name. a virginia beach woman is happy as a clam this morning after hitting the jackpot, so to speak, inside a bag of clams from a seafood shack. >> she picked up a bag of clams and picked up that when she bit down. a rare purple pearl. her husband did some research and found that single pearl could be worth up to $3,000. kathleen says that's not bad for a $15 bag of clams. >> do you sell it or make something out of it? >> you sell it. >> you could make a rare piece of -- >> it doesn't look really rare. it looks like -- >> it's a purple pearl. >> it looks like a slightly large jelly bean. >> oh, my goodness gracious. not into jewelry, are you?
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>> i love jewelry, but i would sell it. keep the cash. buy something a little -- >> more clams? >> no, lots of jelly beans. >> all right, folks. you are a tough crowd this morning. >> i am. coming up, some products to take some of the challenges out of parenthood. some expert advice to see. also exercise for nerds. the fitness program to help the, well, not so athletically inclined work up a sweat. the emotional roller coaster for a mom pregnant with a second child. sharing the love as a family grows. you're watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by crest sensi-stop strips. the love as a family grows. you're watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by crest sensi-stop strips. he told me there's a whole new way to treat sensitivity. he suggested i try new crest sensi-stop strips. [ male announcer ] just apply to the gumline of sensitive teeth for a quick 10 minutes.
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it's really one of the oldest fears of parenthood. when a couple is expecting a second child, can you really love that second child as much as the first. >> i was the second child. >> you were? this explains a whole lot now. >> this is why i am the way i am. i have issues. you make fun. i need your help. i need love, okay? but is there really enough love out there to go around. one woman is sharing her story. here's abc's deborah roberts. >> reporter: darcy shapiro dreamed of having more than one child. >> it was something always in the cards. always a plan. >> reporter: about 18 months after giving bother to her son, the london-based american mom found herself pregnant again. >> i was completely terrified about how it would disrupt the family dynamic we had sort of
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just gotten used to and created. >> reporter: writing in a huffington post blog -- how on earth could i possibly love anyone or anything as much as my firstborn? soon other parents were weighing in, even sympathizing. one writing, i was worried about this when i was pregnant, but the second i held her it wasn't a concern. another saying, it never occurred me to worry that i wouldn't love him/her as much as my firstborn. >> it's extremely common for a lot of parents to have fear and anxiety. a mother has enough capacity, love in her heart to love two, three, four, five, six different children the same time. >> reporter: shapiro's fears quickly dissolved the second she laid eyes on her second son. >> i couldn't believe how much i loved him right away. >> reporter: she hopes her honesty will help other moms feel less guilt. they have two boys that are best
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friends. >> it's really fun. now they have someone to share it with, too. >> reporter: deborah roberts, abc news, new york. >> that's a great pic there. you have two. >> yeah. >> who do you love more? no. >> thanks for putting me on the spot there, t.j. i have that concern. i completely felt like there's no way i could possibly have this much love in my heart for another kid. >> then the second one comes along and -- >> and then you realize there's no way i can have any more sleep for the rest of my life. forget the love. i need some sleep. no, i do -- it just comes right to you. >> it's tough an that -- when it's under 3, right? >> that's the problem. they want your attention. suddenly this other, my son would hit my daughter. but it's much better now. they love each other. >> we're concerned. coming up, surviving parenthood. raising kids isn't an easy task. >> we'll talk to an expert with some advice and handy new products that should help make parenting feel a little less like combat training. you're watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations. bat training. you're watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations.
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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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as we know, life for new parents can be rough. from the constant worrying to not getting enough sleep. that's a big one. all this is a challenge. as the saying goes, we can get by with a little help from our friends. we're joined by bryce gruber. we talk about help from our friends. we've got some products here that can help as well. >> that will totally get you through the first couple of
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years. >> first couple of years. that's a good start. >> the first start is, i think most women go through the experience of having stretch marks from pregnancy and afterwards they become really noticeable. mederma stretch marks therapy. i used it. you can use it in the second trimester of pregnancy to help prevent them. it's been shown to reduce discoloration while improving texture and enhancing the softness. >> you can prevent them or makes them not as bad? >> you are preventing them if you are putting them on in the second and third trimester. afterwards you are slathering it on to improve the texture and all the rest of that. and then the baby comes out. now you have this baby and it's screaming all the time and you have to swaddle it. everyone makes you sit through the swaddling class. it's not an easy thing. you have to go to some next level of college just to swaddle. especially in the middle of the night.
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swaddle me, they are really incredible because they are velcro. anyone can do it, even me in the middle of the night with a third kid. >> this will hold. i was the swaddler in the house. the baby gets a little strong and can bust out. >> can your baby bust out of velcro? >> i thought she could. she could bust out of a straitjacket. >> these are like baby straitjackets, but happy ones. >> how much are these? >> they are all different prices. >> this is not something that's going to be outrageous. >> they are really affordable. every parent has these. they start with them and they are great gifts because they come in all different sizes for different stages. infants, toddlers. >> we've got some lighting issues. >> nighty night nursing light. this clips right on to your shirt. it's the coolest thing.
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press the little star. the light goes on and off. it's a soft glow. the baby doesn't know what's going on but just enough light for you to see what's going on, whether it's a latching on issue or anything. and it also has this really cool function of timing, how long your baby has been nursing so that's a really big deal for women who have milk production issues. to make sure you've done five or ten minutes on each side and then switch. i know it's probably not your particular issue. >> it's a good stocking stuffer. somebody would appreciate that. >> and something people don't think of, and you need it and something that should be on your bedside table. >> a couple more. >> we're over here. this is a pop and play play yard. it's easy to travel with. and if you're going to grandma's house, friend's house, even your brother who has kids also but they are older and their home is
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no longer baby proofed. this is good for up to two years old. the baby is totally safe and secure. you can put some napping gear. they can hang out, have a good time, play. do whatever. >> easily folds up. >> it's like slinging a yoga mat over your shoulder. >> so every new mom or new parent has photo storage issues. you had all your wedding photos. then you have this baby. you take a photo of it doing anything and everything. you don't have enough storage for it. my solution is i use flickr. there are a bunch of different apps you can download to your ipad, phone, computer. upload everything. let some cloud take care of it. and keep taking millions of pictures of your baby. >> so you don't clog up the phone. >> you still need it to do other things. >> bryce gruber, thank you for joining us. for more of these tips, about fashion, style, parenting, head to luxuryspot.com. stay with us here, though. you're watching "world news now." style, parenting, head
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♪ for generations, jocks have made hell for nerds of athletic prowess until now. nerds everywhere are now hitting the gym. >> they are calling this geek fitness. they normally get it from comic book reading. they've created a unique way to stay in shape. >> reporter: for sci-fi fanatic kristi black, every workout is a new adventure. >> the first part is rowing to the enemy lands. >> reporter: she's traveled
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overseas as a viking warrior, traveled with indiana jones, and traveled aboard the starship enterprise all while getting in shape. >> my body has changed dramatically. i lost 17 pounds of fat but gained almost five pounds of muscle. >> reporter: this craze is taking off. so-called geek friendly gyms in online communities are popping up measuring up motivational workouts. >> captain america, batman, superman. >> reporter: jim white says its appeal is helping get self-proclaimed geeks off the couch. >> sitting and being sedentary is considered the new smoking. >> reporter: they come from all communities where they look for a place to be themselves. >> the gym has been the realm of the jock for decades. so they feel ostracized by that environment that they can't really connect with it. >> reporter: while popular culture draws people in, it's the personal connections that keep people coming back. an online community as well.
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more than 1.5 million log on to nerdfitness.com with more than 30,000 members. >> so much fun to go in there and watch people interact and offer supportive comments and learn from each other and share their success stories and struggles. >> reporter: for kristi, connecting to the geek fitness movement hasn't just transformed her but given her a new outlook. >> i'm a much happier, healthier person. i have a sense of community i didn't have before. >> reporter: i'm alex michaelson. >> it works. gets you in the gym. the thing they are interested in. are you into some of that -- why do they call it geek stuff? would you go to comic-con? >> i'm not into comic-con. does not mean i'm not a nerd. >> geek and nerd, two different things? >> i think sort of the same genre. >> we're going to figure this out. who knew the thing that would trip us up today. >> that's the news for this half hour. going to figure this out. who knew the thing that would trip us up today. >> that's the news for this half hour.
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this m this morning on "world news now" -- shooting rampage. the big siege in a small town and the day-long manhunt for a gunman. the five deaths and dramatic end and a possible motive. cyberwarnings after a hollywood moviemaker was hacked. the films stolen, the risks involved, and the notorious dictator accused. >> this is speculation. nobody knows if north korea is really behind this. >> new concerns from the fbi about other companies at risk. and moving the merchandise from amazon's warehouse to your doorstep. the cybermonday spending spree and why online retailers are fighting for every dollar. >> many of the brick and mortar retailers are actually offering similar advantages. >> who is making money and who is not as shoppers look for the
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deepest holiday discounts. it's tuesday, december 2nd. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> well, hello there. good morning. i'm t.j. holmes. >> i'm reena ninan. police in west virginia say a romantic relationship gone bad was likely behind the shooting deaths of five people. >> yeah, they say jodi lee hunt killed four people including a former girlfriend before turning the gun on himself. here now abc's david kerley. >> reporter: police found jodi lee hunt, suspected of shooting and killing four people in west virginia, all of whom he knew in west virginia. they discovered his black pickup truck. he died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound suspected of leaving behind three grisly crime scenes. >> these weren't random acts of violence. mr. hunt did know each of these victims. >> reporter: police were called to a tow truck business. a man found dead there.
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another man dead west of town, and to the east, a man and woman all believed to have been shot. several local schools were placed on lockdown as police searched for that pickup truck. >> we do have some key pieces of evidence that point towards him as being the suspect and including even social media traffic as well. >> reporter: police are looking into the possibility that a romantic relationship and the breakdown of that relationship may have contributed to these deadly shootings. david kerley, abc news, washington. a developing story in utah where a possible attack on a high school has been avoided after a student was arrested with a loaded gun. police say another student told authorities about the gun. when questioned, the suspect admitted he brought the gun to school. the student intended to shoot a particular classmate and then open fire on the rest of the school. president obama is taking concrete steps to discuss the simmering distrust between police and communities of color after the ferguson case. he unveiled a $263 million plan
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to assist community police, including $75 million for police body cameras. also enacted tighter controls on the way local police departments use federal money to buy military-style equipment. the nfl will not punish those st. louis rams players who came out on the field yesterday with their hands in the air. the five players say their hands up, don't shoot gesture aimed to send a positive message. the county police association says it was inflammatory. a vice president of the team has called the association trying to mend fences. now they disagree over whether that was an apology. protesters marched through the streets with their hands up in the same gesture in cambridge, massachusetts, yesterday. hands up walkouts took place all over on monday. hundreds rallied outside the harvard law school and then staged a silent die-in for 4 1/2 minutes representing the 4 1/2 hours that michael brown's body lay in the street after the shooting.
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the fbi is warning american businesses about a destructive malware threat as it looks into the cyberattack on sony pictures. the breach resulted in the unauthorized online release of several upcoming sony films. ted rowlands explains as many accuse the north koreans for the attack. sony is taking action. >> hello, north korea. >> reporter: the yet to be released movie "the interview" has north korea on the suspect list for a cyberattack against sony pictures that was so bad it shut down the studio's computer system for days, reportedly forcing some employees to use gmail accounts to communicate. >> you want us to kill the leader of north korea? >> yes. >> what? >> reporter: the comedy stars seth rogen and james franco who are plotting to kill north korean leader kim jong-un. >> this is speculation. nobody knows if north korea is really behind this. >> reporter: a hacker group, the guardians of peace, is taking responsibility for the attack. over the weekend, several pirated copies of sony's films showed up on line, including
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"fury" currently in theaters and the yet to be released remake of "annie." in addition to the criminal investigation, sony has also hired an outside security firm telling abc news the attack is a criminal matter and we are working closely with law enforcement to address it. on friday, a north korean government website reportedly called "the interview" an evil act of provocation that deserved stern punishment. the fbi is part of the criminal investigation. sony's computers are up and running and "the interview" is set for release on christmas morning. reena, t.j.? >> thank you. disturbing video of an alleged drunk driver captured on a home security camera in florida.
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take a look as a car goes airborne before slamming into a pickup truck slicing it in half and badly damaging another car. the people who own the home heard a loud boom but had no idea what happened until they looked at the tape. the driver was arrested. a police pursuit ended with the quick-thinking of a good samaritan. the suspect crashed a stolen car, you're seeing that now. they jumped out, sprints across three lanes of traffic before continuing to get away on what? a skateboard. >> no. >> do what you got to do. you see the red pickup there tried to cut him off. officers then closed in. the man is in custody but, hey, do what you got to do. >> never know when those skateboarding skills come in handy. also in southern california, residents are bracing for another round of floods that could bring mud slides. east of los angeles, some 12,000 sandbags are already piled high in front of almost every home on steep mountain roads as they predict several inches of rain. accuweather's jim dickey is tracking this storm. >> good morning.
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much-needed rainfall on tap here for california today. excessive drought ongoing here. we're going to get plenty of rain. low pressure swirls off shore, drags deep moisture in to california. so from san francisco northward all the way south towards san diego we're going to see rain. in southern california, that rain will be heavy. we're talking 1 to 4 inches of rain in many locations. too much of a good thing. it's going to lead to flash flooding and mudslides and issues on the roadways. back to you. >> all right. thank you very much. an indiana man is recovering after a kidney transplant. i'm telling you about this because that new kidney was donated by his wife. doctors had told ken crabb of a lifetime of dialysis or a transplant would be the only way to avoid worsening kidney disease. that's when his wife turned out to be a perfect match. but she had to lose 60 pounds before the surgery. >> it's been a tough journey for my wife, the donor, having to get down to a certain weight and so forth. took several months.
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and they put her through a lot to do this. so it's been special. >> can't even get my wife to share her dinner with me. doctors say the couple should be just fine by christmastime. that's fantastic. >> maybe a kidney would be different. never know. there's more fallout this morning from bill cosby's growing sex scandal. the 77-year-old comedian has stepped down as a trustee of temple university in philadelphia where he's been on the board since 1982. cosby didn't want to be a distraction. more than a dozen women have accused him of drugging and sexually assaulting them. cosby denies the allegations. the republican aide who criticized president obama's teenage daughters has resigned. you probably saw this coming. elizabeth lauten came under fire after the facebook post implying
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that sasha and malia lacked class and slamming the way they were dressed at the white house turkey pardoning ceremony. the communications director for a tennessee congressman, lauten deleted the post, apologized but that was not enough. even her own party gave her quite the backlash. talked about this yesterday. kind of saw this one coming. she just lost it for a moment and went after those daughters in the worst of ways. >> how did the white house react? white house spokesperson josh earnest said they were taken aback and added that children -- public figures should really choose their words wisely, but they are so young. how can you pick on the girls? >> dressed as if they belonged in a bar. it wasn't a state dinner. it was a turkey ceremony. but that doesn't even matter. she did the right thing. she resigned. didn't have a choice there. a big honor for the most famous reindeer of all just in time for christmas. >> the postal service dedicated a limited edition rudolph the red nosed reindeer stamp. they unveiled it in rudolph,
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ohio. turns ouevery december about 80,000 pieces of mail from all over the world travel through the rudolph post office so they can get a special postmark. i didn't realize you can send it there. they'll stamp it for you and send it on to its destination. >> that's very clever. and rudolph's boss is also making his mark this time of year. santa claus, indiana, just unveiled its new holiday postmark designed by a high school student. the 2014 santa postmark will be hand stamped on 400 pieces of mail. >> we're not going to be done with the christmas theme. we're going to be talking about christmas trees next. not as decorations but part of an athletic event. also turning one of the most unforgettable biblical stories into a memorable movie. christian bale talks about playing moses in the new film "exodus." you're watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by olay total effects moisturizer. rizer. "world news
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here's a christmas gift for you at the gas pump. fuel prices continue to drop. the energy department says the average price of a gallon of gas has me choked up it's so low. $2.78. 49 cents cheaper than this time last year. the gulf coast region, the average is $2.53. >> you don't even drive. imagine the people that drive. >> i'm happy for them. >> even though black friday was a bit of a disappointment, cybermonday shaping up to be the boost for retailers. >> one online giant has turned to high-tech help to ship your order as soon as it's sold. here you rebecca jarvis. >> reporter: a view you've probably never seen before. this 320-pound orange robot we
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outfitted with a go-pro camera offering a rare glimpse inside the busiest day of the year at this gigantic amazon warehouse in tracy, california. 3,000 robots working round the clock here outnumbering the 2,000 human employees. this 1 million square-foot structure the equivalent of nearly 21 football fields housing almost 22 million items. watch as we put amazon's technology to the test. placing an order for one of the hottest gifts of the year. the fitbit from our offices in new york city. a minute later it's off the line, ready to ship. now the company that wrote the book on internet retail is facing serious competition. >> what's different this year is many of the brick and mortar retailers are offering similar advantages. >> reporter: like same-day delivery. macy's and nordstrom using some of their stores as warehouse locations. best buy and toys "r" us teaming up with google offering same day delivery in some markets. mass retailers also competing on price.
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that fitbit from amazon also available at the same price and arriving the same day from target.com. if you missed out on shopping over this grand weekend, have no fear. the retailers have a lot more up their sleeves before christmas. rebecca jarvis, abc news, new york. >> i feel like the better deals are always closer to christmas. >> you are waiting it out. >> i'm a waiter. maybe that's how i rationalize my -- >> procrastination? >> procrastination. >> do what you got to do. coming up, biblical blockbuster. we'll preview the new movie "exodus." the controversial choices they made over sacred subject matters. ahead in our next half hour, five-finger discount. one master shoplifter's tricks of the trade. you're watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations. trade. you're watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" continues a
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one of the oldest, greatest stories ever told, moses. "let my people go." he led his folks out of egypt and crossed the red sea. >> the epic story that begs for the hollywood treatment. we're up all nightline for a behind the scenes look with chris conley. >> i came here to tell yeoh something is coming that i cannot control. >> who are you talking to? >> god. >> reporter: as played by christian bale in "exodus: gods and kings." moses reshapes history as much as any mortal has. >> he was so much more human than i'd ever imagine. all the sort of temptations and indulgences he'd grown up with. >> follow me and you will be free. >> absolutely seen as a freedom
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fighter. hebrews but terrorist in te-- >> you should concentrate yours on flighting. >> reporter: moses begins all but blood brothers with ramsey, besting him on the battle field. until -- the revelation that he's >> your parents never told you the truth. >> what truth? >> the year of your birth was a prophecy that our leader would be born. >> reporter: as egypt's self-proclaimed god. ramses gets a more sympathetic portrayal. >> i'm not saying no. >> reporter: the moses antagonist often received. >> those people in great positions of power also harbor a great deep well of fear. >> reporter: ever since the casting was announced, scott has
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been castigated by some for hiring white actors to play the two lead egyptians. in response, he's noted the impossibility of financing a nine-figure epic without an internationally bankable star such as bale and points to his casting of ghassan massoud in "kingdom of heaven." >> you look at the existing -- he has red hair that certain pharaohs would have had, green eyes and light skin and ridley and i had a lot of discussions what the movie stands to say is so much more important than any of those debates. it's such an important story of revolution. >> reporter: with an eye towards plausibility, he's crafted the plagues. still the climactic transformation of the red sea that most amazing. >> you can't have the gulf just part. now we know and we are familiar
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with the brutality of a tsunami and how fast it can drain. so i figured it was logical. >> reporter: yet for all its visual grandeur, the film rests on the shoulders of its moses. even if the oscar-winning bale never feels all that confident. >> when i'm arriving on the set and looking and going, i'm moses. and i've got to go down there and convince everyone that it was worth building these sets, you know, for the performances that we're going to give. they've got to watch me come in and do my job. how am i going to sell them on that? >> reporter: i'm chris conley for "nightline" in los angeles. >> kind of a big job. >> it is a big job. it's also hard to compete against the 1956 version. >> charlton heston. favorite movie of all time. >> really a fantastic movie. >> i love that flick. that was a white moses as well back in the day, charlton heston. he's now seen as the iconic moses in movies. he was a white guy. coming up, christmas trees are not just for decorations
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to help you keep rolling with confidence. go long™. ♪ okay. okay. time for "the mix." you know who gets forgotten around thanksgiving, the holidays? stray cats. people never think they are out, it's cold. you should do something for them. well, a young man's father decided to build a cat aquarium. take a look at this. it's a cat aquarium. a window that his dad built. a multi-level window enclosure. it gives stray cats a place when
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they are stuck outside to come in and get warmth through this window. it looks a little like tupperware but it's a window with a little enclosure so the kids can look at the stray cats. >> a little display case for cats. no water. >> you see this and maybe that makes a little sense. that's thanksgiving. christmas now. you have your tree? >> yes. >> you went out and bought one, chopped one down? >> i do plastic. >> we've got work to do. for the real tree folks out there, we put them up, decorate them and then toss them out. some are tossing them now. it's a competition in the uk. a 22-pound tree they throw as far as they can. you get three attempts. you get judged for distance and the height of the toss. you don't actually win a prize. this is a charity. they are tossing trees. this is usually what we do after christmas. >> it's for a good cause but still wasteful. and that's why i do plastic. that's why i do plastic. do you remember that olive garden, they gave people, $99, all you can eat for 49 days. >> one guy went to town. >> this other guy went to town a different way. he fed the homeless. took all these doggy bags from the unlimited buffet and started feeding people who really needed
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a meal. isn't that a nice -- >> and they were okay with this? >> they loved it. he went around town and gave them the leftovers. selfless act for people in need. you see him there. >> what a contrast from the other guy we're thinking of banning because he was in there every day. >> eating for himself. >> this guy racked it up and took it out. a new list coming out today. the most popular baby names in the world. before we get to that one later in the day, let's talk about some names banned. some won't allow you to name your children certain things. saudi arabia, you can't name your child alice. in mexico, the name james bond is banned. >> what? why? >> they -- >> james bond? >> they have their rules. some of them are trying to keep the kids from being embarrassed. like this name was from -- tallulah does the hula from hawaii.
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- ( snaps, clatters ) ) that sounds awful. ( music stops ) but a lot better than last week. ( rock music playing ) ♪ we weren't born to follow. ♪
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this morning on "world news now" -- ferguson fallout from the st. louis rams raising their hands to nationwide protests and the president taking action with police. the missouri controversy stays in the spotlight. school scare. developments overnight where a teenager with a gun was ready to take aim. who stepped in stopping a potentially unthinkable crime. please help. the frantic calls to 911 from a woman trapped in an icy canal. she was in her car. how police responded. and replacing bono on the stage. the rock superstar filling in for u2's ailing lead singer in a benefit concert last night. that's in "the skinny" on this tuesday, december 2nd. ♪ still haven't found what i'm looking for ♪ >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> it seems strange to say, bono has been replaced. >> he hasn't been replaced.
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just he's out for the count. he's out for the count. >> messed that arm up. he had that accident in new york, central park. biking accident. >> up in the air with his luggage. it's been a bad month for him. >> he should say low for a little while. don't buy a lottery ticket. don't bother. >> wasn't replaced but some big names filled in for him. >> they did ask me, but i told them i had the show. >> hadn't seen you since wednesday. >> yeah. you were filling in for lara "gma." >> i miss you when i don't see you. >> who knew?
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but ferguson, that is still happening. we're going to begin with a day of action one week after that grand jury decision in ferguson. >> hands-up walkouts took place around the country. protesters marched in the streets and held rallies similar to this one. >> attorney general eric holder spoke at ebenezer baptist church where martin luther king jr. preached. as the president took action himself, here's abc's karen travers. >> reporter: one week later and the fallout from the ferguson grand jury decision continues. marches taking place across the nation including washington, d.c., where peaceful demonstrators blocked traffic. >> everything needs to be at a standstill until people understand that lives matter. not only do black lives matter but all lives matter. >> reporter: in new york and philadelphia, and even at the white house, where inside president obama focused on what can be learned from ferguson. mr. obama called for a three-year, $263 million spending package that includes expanded police training programs and $75 million to subsidize up to 50,000 more body
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cameras for local police officers. >> there have been commissions before, task forces, conversations. and nothing happens. part of the reason this time will be different is because the president of the united states is deeply invested in making sure that this time is different. >> reporter: the nfl said it will not punish the members of the st. louis rams who came out on to the field for sunday's game with their hands raised in the now iconic pose. >> just a positive message. that's all we're trying to do. just a positive message. hoping something good will come out of it. >> reporter: the st. louis county police association said it was tasteless, offensive and inflammatory. the newly formed ferguson commission made up of local officials and community leaders met for the first time. they have a very ambitious agenda trying to bridge deeply rooted divisions. t.j., reena, back to you. >> attorney general holder still has his investigation. i just feel like that could be a potential difficult spot for people when that ruling comes out. >> that really set folks off. that issue with the rams.
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they were trying to do something symbolic and make a statement. now this back and forth between the rams and the st. louis police who say they want an apology. they got a call from the vice president of the team. then the st. louis police come out and say, we got our apology. the guys from the rams say, i didn't apologize. they can't agree on the apology. just shows you how heated up a situation that is and continues to be. we turn to this situation. in utah, this is still a developing story. a frightening story out of a northern utah high school. police there in plain city say a student brought a loaded handgun to school with the intention of shooting a particular person and then opening fire. another student spotted that weapon. officers searched each and every classroom. the suspect, a junior, acted
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alone. now to an urgent warning that isis is urging home-grown terrorists to target members of the u.s. military. the fbi is telling military members to scrub their facebook and social media sites. agents say any information or family pictures that could make them targets or provide their location could make them vulnerable. >> this is an environment that this particular enemy has proven adept at using, and we don't want to give them any more advantage than they are already trying to gain. >> the fbi warning follows two separate and deadly attacks in canada by supposed isis soldiers targeting uniform soldiers there as well. federal investigators are blaming a manufacturing defect in a lithium battery for a fire in a boeing dreamliner jumbo jet. an inspection of the japanese plants where it was made found debris going undetected and design flaws in which a short circuit might overheat an airliner's battery. a fire in boston grounded the entire feet of 787 jets for more than three months.
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a dramatic rescue in washington state. a woman veering off the road finding herself trapped in her car and sinking fast into an icy canal. she makes a frantic call to 911 in the middle of the night. mark miller reports from our seattle station. >> this is 911, what are you reporting? >> i can't get out of my car and it's filling up with water. >> reporter: collette smith made that emergency call from behind the wheel of a compact car tilted nose down partially submerged in a canal. >> i hit black ice. >> reporter: collette asked us not to show her face. she's feeling a little vulnerable after what she's been through but agreed to recount her ordeal. >> i didn't have a plan. i didn't know what i was going to do. she remembers the feeling of utter helplessness. >> i can't open the door. i can't roll a window down. >> reporter: the 911 dispatcher urged collette to find something she could use to break a window
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as the ice cold water reached her waist. >> i have nothing to break the window with. >> you have nothing to break the window with. >> i'm panicking. i can't get out. >> i understand. >> reporter: her life would depend on luck. luck that the car lights state on and a police officer and a sheriff's deputy happened to be just a few moments away and could find the car and reach the rear window. >> next thing i hear is shatter and the cops are like climb out, climb out. the cops grabbed my hands and they were pulling. i was still struggling to get footing and there went the car. >> they watched it float away in the dark and sink in 12 feet of water. >> i guess i'm lucky. somebody up there is looking out for me. >> reporter: mark miller, komo 4 news. >> much of southern california under severe watches and warnings as a second round of
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storms -- excuse me. i'm so sorry. i'm trying to manage this cough. these storms could bring devastating floods and mud slides. we're talking about southern california. 12,000 sandbags are ready in glendora. forecasters are predicting several inches of rain. we get the latest from accuweather's jim dickey. >> good morning. heavy rain ahead here for california. where we do desperately need it. it's all being brought by this area of low pressure. you can see it clearly swirling off the coast here. that broad counterclockwise swirl marking that dragging in the moisture to california. rain will be heavy at times. in particular, heavy in southern california where it's most needed. we're talking 1 to 4 inch amounts. that will be common throughout the day. too much of a good thing leading to mudslides, flash flooding and issues on the roadways. likely increased heavy traffic. into the northeast, different story. a cold front has moved in. much colder across the region.
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a system slides in. that will bring ice and snow through the day into the overnight up on into new england. reena and t.j., back to you. >> jim, thank you. our health headlines, disturbing new figures on the impact of prescription pain killers. drug overdoses from painkillers such as vicodin, percocet and oxycodone tripled between 1999 and 2012. there were 16,000 deaths during that same period. heroin deaths tripled while drug overdoses overall doubled. police have been trying to play catch-up with potentially impaired drivers. researchers are now working to develop a breath test for pot. police have been relying on more time consuming blood tests. they hope to repurpose existing technologies used by airport security and customs agents to test for pot. speaking of pot, there's help for people who have the munchies and nowhere to go. they're not near a taco bell. >> fast food chains latest attempt to expand its brand beyond the restaurants appears
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to be a hit. it's in a supermarket near you. how does it look? >> what is that? >> that is taco bell's cinnamon nachos dessert kit. all you got to do, pick this kit up and just dump some ice cream on it, and you are good to go. >> it comes with cinnamon tortilla chips, caramel sauce and toffee flavored bits. despite being only two ounces, the package says it serves five. >> this is the highlight, though. this is what you need to know. only -- only 650 calories. >> for the whole box? >> just 650 calories for this deliciousness. it can be yours. >> is that with the ice cream you have to add on top? >> without the ice cream. coming up in "the skinny," scarlett johansson quietly takes on a new role. this is not part of a blockbuster movie. making money off ugly christmas sweaters. one woman is beautifying her bank account thanks to these
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it turns ove it turns out even more people than we originally thought have been killed as a result of those faulty gm ignitions. 36 people have died. 44 have been injured. the new information was released yesterday. gm knew about faulty ignition switches in its cars for more than a decade but didn't recall them until february. and in another major safety recall, the government is investigating whether graco took too long to report a defect in its child car seats. graco recalled more than 6 million because the buckles could get stuck. potentialing putting a child's risk at the life during an emergency. the holiday shopping season is in full swing. it's also open season for thieves to help themselves. >> now a shoplifting mastermind is revealing his tricks of the trade that helped him make off with millions in merchandise until he was caught. here's abc's matt gutman. >> reporter: 'tis the season for shopping and shoplifters. about 25,000 shoplifters active
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every hour across the country. the loss to retailers in the billions. this means higher prices for us. to find out what to watch for when these five-finger discounters try to cash in -- >> hey, how many states do you think you've been in? >> one year, i hit the whole 50. >> reporter: i sat down with a convicted shoplifter. the unassuming 46-year-old in this video has strolled out of hundreds of retailers in his career carrying merchandise worth millions. watch him at work. there he is on store security camera footage in a florida kmart. his signature move? box stuffing. watch him pack numerous electronic gaming pads into that empty box, three or four of them worth 100 bucks each. then buys the $34 box that has hundreds of dollars of goods inside. making thousands of dollars of merchandise disappear right in front of the cashier takes sleight of hand and a couple of props. >> you buy a teddy bear --
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>> you get a little cashier. oh, it's so cute. she'll never dream. >> reporter: prop number be two. a sweaty bottle of cold water that he grabs to hand to the cashier. >> hand them the water so the hand is wet. >> reporter: why would the hand need to be wet? >> she's going to wipe it down. let her scan the box. she's not going to touch anything. >> reporter: not touching the box is crucial. she doesn't realize it's heavy and full of loot. >> broward county police sergeant followed him one day watching every move. >> he was up bright and early and stole from dawn to the evening hours. >> reporter: the veteran shoplifter would spend two years in the clink and perhaps a greater punishment for him, he's banned from entering any of the chains he stole from. matt gutman, abc news, miami.
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>> they make it look so easy. >> now i know. i get the teddy bear and bottle of wart. >> remind me not to accept any gifts from you. >> no, they're going to be good gifts. i can afford a lot of that stuff. no, i'm kidding. but who knew. >> don't end up in our dumb criminal file. coming up here, bono could not perform so celebrities showed up to lead a u2 concert. and "gq's" award winner just might surprise you. that's up in "the skinny." >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations. . just might surprise you. that's up next in "the ♪ babies aren't fully developed until at least 39 weeks. a healthy baby is worth the wait.
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♪ skinny ♪ skinny ♪ skinny so skinny ♪ leading us off is last night's big concert in times square in honor of world aids day. u2. with lead singer bono recovering from the nasty bike accident he had a good pair of understudies filling in. coldplay's chris martin and the boss, bruce springsteen. there he is. >> pretty good stand-ins. >> he took the stage with a substitute pun on it. and then it was springsteen. ♪ ♪ but i still haven't found what i'm looking for ♪ ♪ what i'm looking for >> i could have done it. >> you could have wailed down there last night.
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the boss also performed "where the streets have no name" with the band who billed themselves as u2 minus 1. also carrie underwood, kanye west. >> the event sponsor bank of america will be donating $3 million to the red organization, the global fund to fight aids. an official winner of the gq magazine pop star of the year award. it is pretty obvious it would be going to taylor swift. not her. then beyonce. not her either. how about weird al yankovic? >> he can be seen posing for gq while celebrating the coveted honor. he's wearing nothing more than spray paint and a gold leotard.
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he's been famous for his catchy parodies of songs like "tacky," a take on the song "happy." >> his most recent album "mandatory fun" hit number one this summer. rosario dawson may be a new mom. the 35-year-old movie star has adopted a 12-year-old girl. dawson was adopted at age 1 by her stepfather and has said she intended on adopting a child one time. roughly 23,000 american teens becoming homeless after aging out of foster care. a good reminder that kids of all ages need good homes. >> i had no idea she was adopted. dawson has been involved with orphan aid africa has not yet commented. sorry, fellas, scarlett johansson is now officially off the market. johansson and french journalist romain dauriac secretly married in montana. >> johansson confirmed the news by introducing her new hubby at the gotham awards in new york. it took place a month after the
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30-year-old actress gave birth to their first child together, a little girl named rose. congratulations to scarlett. ♪ the outside comes in. it's kinda nasty so you start the towel-mop shuffle. where are you sun?! [ doorbell rings ] oh, wow, it's a swiffer wetjet. this puts my towel mopping to shame. whoa! ewww. sunshine is overrated, now we can get messy. [ laughs ]
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now. why i'm happy for her. >> she's always fashionable. >> ugly christmas sweaters. i bet she doesn't wear ugly christmas sweaters. >> i bet she could pull it off. >> doesn't take designer sensibility to make them. one woman in florida is cashing in. let's check in with our station in tampa. >> i am totally shocked. >> reporter: overwhelmed by her success. >> it's just snowballed ever since. >> reporter: ever since a blogger made fun of these pictures. deb posted online to her ebay store. deb's handmade ugly, tacky christmas sweaters. at first his harsh words hurt her feelings but then she embraced it and started poking fun, too. >> no, i'm pretty sure it was the ugly face and the arms. >> reporter: now sales are skyrocketing. her sales a one of a kind. >> a lot of tassels, a lot of balls. i always put jingle bells on the wrist. so when you're moving, be the jingle bells move. that's the fun.
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the more crazy, the funner it is. the more fun you'll have. >> reporter: the uglier and louder, the better. her whole house from upstairs where she collects all sorts of sweaters she finds in thrift stores. >> it's already screaming i'm an ugly sweater. >> reporter: to downstairs where this 45-year-old mom has transformed a back room into a sewing studio. each sweater takes about two hours to make in all shapes and sizes from kids to plus sizes to maternity. even though her sales have quadrupled in the last year, she can't imagine bringing anyone else in. she'll stick to her one-man show. >> i'm really picky about what i make and what i want to give. i'll probably never ask for help. i would rather probably say i can't do it than let somebody else help me out. >> abc action news. >> i wonder if that somebody else is you because you're so into those sweaters. look at you. >> tell me that's not fly. tell me that is not a good look. >> but you took the tie off at least. he took the tie off. that's what it takes. christmas.
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>> i'll be better soon. . making news in america this morning -- long term promise. president obama takes action in the wake of the unrest in ferguson. millions of dollars being spent. a new guidance about racial profiling. severe flooding threat in california. the major storm hitting today that's bringing too much water to several places. back home safe. that boy in georgia who spent years away from his mother, with her this morning and speaking out for the first time how he saved himself. and the boss. bruce springsteen, among the substitutes standing in for u2 for a concert last night right in the middle of new york's times square. ♪ though i still haven't found what i'm looking for ♪

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