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good m good morning. i'm gio benitez in for kendis gibson. >> and i'm adrienne bankert in for diane macedo. here's the top headlines we're following this morning on "world news now." donald trump vows to deport up to 3 million undocumented immigrants as soon as he takes office. he says those with criminal records will be the first to get kicked out of the country or be incarcerated, much more on the trump transition coming up. strong aftershocks continue to rock new zealand after a powerful 7.8 quake struck early monday. there's some damage, but nothing like the quake that hit five years ago in the same area. secretary of state john kerry, u.n. secretary general ban ki-moon and the french president francois hollande had expected in morocco today as
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several thousands activists marched in to demand environmental justice. and there's a super moon outside right now. a fool moon occurring at the same time as the moon's closest approach. if you can't run outside right now, don't worry, there's another chance to see it tonight. those are the top stories on this monday, november 14th. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> we are just happy. >> just happy. >> you got to be happy and hopeful right now, right? >> it's 2:30 in the morning. >> and kendis and diane are both off so we're here with you. stick around. >> tweet us. we begin with half hour with the growing uproar of donald trump. protesters raising opposition across the country and demonstrating in mexico city and berlin. >> in new york, more than a thousand marched through the streets for the fifth day in a row, some carrying signs in english and spanish, and 8,000
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people joined to march in san francisco over the weekend and families with children gathered at the golden gate bridge, and a group of protesters in chicago marched last night from millennium park it a trump hotel. in the first interview since the election, trump vowed to deport up to 3 million undocumented immigrants reassuring the country. listen. >> don't be afraid. we are going to bring our country back. certainly don't be afraid. we just had an election, and sort of like you have to be given a little time. people are protesting. if hillary won and my people protested, everybody says, oh, that's a terrible thing. it would have been a different attitude. there is a double standard here. >> trump says undocumented workers who committed crimes will be the first to go and says portions of the border wall he plans to build may be fences. >> trump is puttling with the top aides staffing the new administration and made two key picks with starkly different
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backgrounds, reince preibus and breitbart as advisers. here's mary bruce. >> reporter: picking the chairman of the republican party to be his chief of staff, and it's an establishment choice for the anti-establishment candidate. >> oh, you probably heard me say it. >> reporter: priebus stood by trump in the campaign when many within the party would not. >> i'll tell you, reince is really the star, the hardest working guy. >> reporter: republicans applauding the pick and the relationship within the party. paul ryan tweeted, i'm very proud and excited for my friend, reince, congrats, but he warned this could cause a rebellion in trump's antiestablishment base,
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and working next to him is steve bannon, fierce critic of the gop establishment, naming him as the chief strategist and senior counselor saying they are highly qualified leaders who worked well together on our campaign and led us to historic victory. now i will have them both with me in the white house as we work to make america great again. the decisions come after a flurry of activity in trump tower. >> mr. trump is up there making a lot of important decisions, taking the counsel of many people. i think he can't go wrong with the decision. >> advisers coming and going as the future government takes shape and top critic, michael moore, stopped by. >> they haven't stopped me yet. >> reporter: also buzzing president-elect's twitter feed, gloating about the congratulatory phone calls received and going after the "new york times" telling "60
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minutes" he's going to dial back. >> i'm going to be restrained, if i use it at all. it's tremendous. it's a modern form of communication. nothing to be ashamed of. >> reporter: racing to get the team in place. on the list of cabinet contenders, top supporters and politics and signs key is softening on key campaign pledges. >> we're not planning erecting a deportation force. trump eats not planning on that. >> reporter: focusing on undocumented immigrants. >> 2 million, could be 3 million, out of the country or we're going to incarcerate them. >> reporter: what about the others of millions of others undocumented immigrants? >> after the border is secure and we'll make a determination on the people you're talking about. who are terrific people. terrific people. >> we're going to build a wall. >> reporter: trump says part of that famous wall could be a fence. would you accept a fence? >> for certain areas i would, but certain areas, a wall is more appropriate.
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i'm very good at physical construction. >> reporter: we're learning what clinton told supporters, she's heart broken, and blaming some of the blame on james comb come saying his decision to go public with that renewed investigation into her e-mails just 11 days before the election killed some of her campaign's momentum and gave trump supporters more motivation. mary bruce, abc news, the white house. other major headlines this morning, a suspect is behind bars in the execution-style killing of a northern california sheriff's sdput. authorities say sheriff deputy dennis wall kwas was shot twice in the head at cloets close range after he responded to a call. he was a 20-year veteran of the department. the suspect, identified as david machado, ran from the scene, but was eventually captured after an hour's long manhunt.
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all right, iraqi troops in control of a town where isis committed war crimes against history. two years ago, the militants destroyed a syria arty fact, dating back to 13th century bc and shrines and statues were false idols to be smashed. historians and archaeologists condemned the destruction. the town is about 20 miles south of mosul. to seyria now and a warning to residents in eastern aleppo. get out within 24 hours. but the text message has little meaning since there is no way out of the neighborhood, even if people wanted to leave. activists describe dire can conditions in the rebel-held part of the city with two hours of electricity a day, no running water and skyrocketing priceses for the little food that remains. officials believe many of the fires burning in the southeast were started due to arson. a 21-year-old man is under arrest in kentucky for allegedly starting the blaze to draw attention to his facebook page. there are more than 40 fires burning in eight states right now, destroying more than 70,000 acres. some have been evacuated, others wearing health masks to protect them from the heavy smoke. let's talk about football
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now. sunday night football. a rematch of the super bowl two years ago, seattle at new england. the qb, wilson, brilliant, completing 25 of 37 passes for 348 yards and three touchdowns. with four and a half minutes left, he tack a stoop from the shotgun, connecting for the touchdown, and seahawk defense gets some of the credit in the game to keep the patriots from scoring. seattle holding up brady and the pats 31-24. you might say tempers were short in the soccer match. a bosnian forward became entangled with a greek defend he her. and then in frustration, pantsed him. look at that. looked like it would erupt in a brawl, but officials managed to keep control. if r the bosnian player was given his second yellow card and
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ejected. but a greek player was also ejected. it ended in a 1-1 tie, but greece is ahead of bosnia in the tournament. >> that's wild, poor sportsmanship for every young man playing or watching soccer in this country and around the world. i'm outraged. i don't know that that's going to change anything, but -- >> you're outraged. >> darn it, that's just wrong. coming up, first selfie from outer space. the image buzz aldrin tweeted over the weekend that he took exactly half a century ago. >> look at that. the shot clearly out of this world. but was it the first space selfie? plus this. >> the gizwis. i've got an idea. how about the gadgets you probably didn't know about, all coming up on "world news now." but first, here's a look at today's high temperatures. >> "world news now" weather
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♪ if you have not seen the super moon, go outside and check it out for sure. look out the window, but thank you for joining us for "world news now". we're learning new details this morning about the rescue of a woman who would been held captive for months inside a storage container in south carolina. >> that's right. there's mounting new evidence against her captor who police believe may be a serial killer. >> reporter: a suspected serial killer behind bars. >> i'm so sorry that it was my son that hurt -- >> reporter: ra gene noo teage, in shock. her son, a seemingly committeesful realtor accused of wore of iic crimes.
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>> we all saw things today that will stay with us. >> reporter: detective brown was one of the first detectives to find kala brown on the property inside a shipping container chained up like a dog, telling authorities she saw him kill her boyfriend, charles david carver. >> she looked at me, and said, thank you so much for finding me. >> reporter: expanding the investigation to other states after he dropped that bomb shell, allegedly confessing to four murders in 2003 and showing authorities where two bodies were buried on his property. >> there are details that the public does not know, and if all the details are made available, it will be shocking to the public. >> kohlhepp now has a public defender serving as his attorney. he's not entered a plea in any of these cases. eva pilgrim, abc news, new york. >> all right, eva, thank you. toyota has now agreed to a
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big settlement in a corrosion case. listen to this. paying more than $3 billion to settle the class action lawsuit brought by ordinary persons whose vehicles lacked adequate rust protection. the rust could harm the integrity of the pickups and suvs. full details now at moving on now to selfies. >> yes. >> i think they are new. >> no. >> they're not new. >> no. >> this is what buzz aldrin took 50 years ago in space. look at that. to celebrate the anniversary, he tweeted it. >> taking two pictures, in fact, with the earth in the background. not that the word "selfie" was coined yet. a while before anyone tops that one. this is officially the first selfie that coincides with so much that buzz aldrin is a part in in terms of american history. >> none of our selfies compare. >> well, you're talking to -- well, none compare to mine, but then you got gio -- >> please. >> he's got pretty amazing selfies.
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i just posted one. coming up, hope you're ready for stocking stuffers. >> the time is now. we're going to show you some lesser-known gadgets that should hang perfectly by the chimney with care. you're watching "world news now." "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations. ar music playing ) - ( 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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barely a week and a half away from thanksgiving, can you believe that? time to stock up on those
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stocking stuffing gifts. clever gadgets you may not have heard of, thank you for joining us. >> they are under $25, and i think i'll have gadgets you may not have heard it >> it's true. >> this is lamp's true. >> this is lamp champ. you want a charging station next to the lamp. take the bulb out, screw lampchamp back in, screw the light in, and now there's a usb charging port. >> what we're looking for. >> next to wherever your lamp is. >> taking apart lamps in hotel rooms and airport lounges. >> you don't have to with this. so they are under $20, and amazon has two for $30 bringing it down to $15. these are neat, totally reversible usb cables. i put it that way, turn it 180, and it goes in that way.
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>> why not make all of them like that? >> but wait, there's more. >> okay. >> the the microusb side, it's reversible. my galaxys6, turning it, and now in that way. >> not breaking it. >> in the middle of the night, yeah. >> yeah. >> very cheap. i bought those from amazon under $10. no-tie shoe laces. they look like shoe laces from here, but there's no laces in the back. >> you tricked me. what's the surprise? >> here it is. they are silicon, and you pop them in the eyelets all the way down, and they come in -- >> yeah. >> saw in the bottom. >> those are real laces. >> these are the silicon. you know, i test everything out. for a day, i wore these sneakers like this, and this was more comfortable.
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>> more snug. >> exactly. because it flexes with the foot. eight bucks. once you put them on, you put them on once, and every shoe is now a slip-on. >> perfect. okay. what's next? >> oh, these are really great. this is from thinoptics. you forget your glasses, this is on the key chain, push this up, and you have a pair of magnifiers for you -- >> my goodness. >> they are temporary. >> it's not sleek like the new snapchat glasses, but -- >> how do you do that? >> pull them wide open and let them close on the nose. probably down further. >> great way for a pair of glasses. >> a fun party favor. >> this is great. if you have appliances without a switch you can't reach or a lamp -- a ceiling lamp i can't reach, so i plug the lamp in
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here, doen at eye level, and now i can turn it on and off from where i am. >> this is good for grandma and grandpa. there's a pilot light, and this is a grounded version if you plug in a heavy duty appliance from belkin. >> i love it. >> this is -- the metal part is in the socket, stick this up, push on it, and pushes these rubber little pads, and then unscrew the bulb. >> work for flat irons. >> try to do where are hair with it, but i don't think so. >> okay. thank you so much for joining us. gizwiz is a big deal, go to dick's website because he has good affordable gifts for you and your family as well as on his website, or our website on >> perfect, thank you.
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♪ i love baseball i love baseball i love baseball ♪ >> who do we owe this lovely musical tribute to? >> this is great. >> this is what happens in the middle of the morning or night depending on your perspective. plenty of child prodigies who excel in the arts, sciences, sports, and often decades ahead of peers, of course. >> this is a 4-year-old playing college baseball. >> what? what? >> reporter: signed to play college ball, and he's just 4. no wonder he's the kid with the home run smile because arie loves baseball, really loves it. >> he's got quite an arm there. >> woah! >> reporter: swinging a bat since he was a toddler, but he was good in front of the
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basketball hoop too. all this despite the hit to the health he lived with all his life, being through open heart surgery multiple times already. >> the toughest part for me is living a normal life, which we are, playing sports, needs a new heart, waiting. >> that grin is always there. >> mom, i'm going to play every single sport today, and he will. >> reporter: that grin was there when he met the ballplayers who were part of a program called team impact, granting wishes to kids with chronic medical challenges, and so what they did was signed him, yeah, it's kind of make believe right now, but not for arie. how cool was this, huh? >> really cool. >> reporter: this is what he's waiting for now, a heart transplant. the next chapter for the ball star with so much heart already. john donvan, abc news. >> i love the stories because it's all about making a dream come true, and why not? if it's possible, why not. >> why not. >> yeah. >> and then sure everyone there was so happy. >> yeah.
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you get some reward from it because you give the gift of a dream to a little child. >> the stuff that matters. a grandfather in latvia achieved a dream of becoming an internet superstar. >> digging a pit, filled with 32 gallons of coca-cola and drove his aginging red audi right into it. >> oh, my gosh. he reportedly wanted to see if those old rumors about coke cleaning rust off of metal was actually true. >> unfortunately, any improvement in the rust outweighed by the damage of the car after using the tractor to drive it out of the pit of coca-cola. and i don't know about you, but i'm thirsty right thou. >> after seeing that? >> i just want a coke. give me a coke. >> with rust? >> lime squeezed in it. do you drink -- like, this is nonsense, i just need a coca-cola. have you squeezed lime or lemon? >> no. >> it's so good. that's the news this half hour.
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this morning on "world news now," trump team in transition. >> with two key white house positions now filled, b the president-elect opens up about what he plans to do next. and with another night of protesters in the street and tension in the air, hear what trump had to say to anyone spreading messages of hate. and there are new developments in the case of a sheriff's deputy shot execution style. the suspect in custody arrested for a completely different crime. more aftershocks in new zealand following the massive quake leaving two people dead. this morning, new images of the destruction left behind. check out the epic fails from our furry friends. the amazing shots of nature in action showing us that just like humans, animals can mess up, too. that's on "the mix" on this monday, november 14th. from abc news, this is "world news now."
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>> i feel kind of bad laughing at the animals. >> i don't. i love it. they love it. i think they are laughing too. >> wildlife funniest home videos, nature's funniest home videos. good morning. i'm adrienne bankert in for diane macedo. >> and i'm gio benitez. in for.kendis gibson. are we the "b" team? >> i guess so. i'm okay with that. >> all right. we're beginning this half hour with donald trump in transition making his first key hires, sitting down for the first tv interview since clenching the presidency. >> as the president-elect's inner circle takes shape, protesters outraged over the election hit the streets in major cities across the country for the fifth night in a row. >> trump's top advisers were spotted at trump tower coming and going throughout the day before he reveal two sharply different picks. a washington insider as white house chief of staff and a fire brand of the far right as one of his top advisers. we get more now from ach ard cantu. >> reporter: in his first big decision as president-elect,
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donald trump named reince priebus as his white house chief of staff. priebus is chairman of the republican national committee. trump tapped stephen bannon, his campaign ceo as chief strategist and senior counsel. he is a fierce critic of the gop establishment. in a statement, trump said steve and reince are highly qualified leaders who worked together well on our campaign and worked for a led us to a historic victory. now i will have them both with me in the white house as we work to make america great again. in an interview with "60 minutes," trump seeming to backtrack, now saying he'll focus on criminal illegal immigrants. and the millions of others? >> after the border is secured and after everything gets normalized, we're going to make a determination on the people that you're talking about who are terrific people. they're terrific people. >> reporter: on the supreme court -- >> i'm pro-life. the judges will be pro-life. >> reporter: for five days and
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nights, trump's election victory sent protesters into the streets across the country, thousands more out on sunday. >> if he is the elect, why not come out and support the whole united states? it's obvious that we don't all support him unitedly. >> reporter: as for president-elect trump, he's looking forward to the job ahead. >> you've got both houses. >> both houses and the presidency, so we can do things that are -- >> you can do things lickety-split. >> it's been long time since that happened. >> reporter: abc news, new york. firing off a flurry of tweets gloating about those who called to congratulate them and trump responded to hate incidence timed to the election using the "60 minutes" interview to send a direct message to the perpetrators. >> i am so saddened to hear that. and i say stop it. if it helps. i will say this, and i'll say it to the cameras, stop it.
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>> the growing hate crimes and incidence across the country targeting immigrants, african-americans, and gays. abc has the disturbing details. >> reporter: in jacksonville, florida, high school administrator are investigating the posting of two signs over the water coolers. one said colored. the other said whites only. in colorado, an african-american mother reports her 12-year-old daughter was told now that trump is president, i'm shooting you and all the blacks i can find. there were flashes of hate in the campaign, signs of trouble, and now that donald trump won, some of his followers have taken hate to the next level. the southern poverty law center tracking more than 300 hate incidents, almost all black, gay and immigrant victims. 300 less than a week is three times higher than the average week. in connecticut, these two men arrested for assaulting a man waving a sign in support of
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donald trump. the university of pennsylvania investigating a text thread overrun with images depicting lynchings and harsh racial language. browning was a target. >> i opened the chat, and there was a lot of derogatory name calling and just really hurtful things. >> reporter: abc news, los angeles. >> all right, jim, thank you. now just about a week after the election here in america, many people are expressing negative views about what lies ahead. nearly half of americans say they have negative feelings about the future of the nation under donald trump using words like scared, afraid, and bleak. a new poll shows 39% had a positive outlook describing it as hopeful and optimistic. 15% were uncertain or neutral about the country's future. terrible story now out of northern california. feelings of outrage and grief
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following the murder of a sheriff deputy there. the stanislaus deputy shot twice in the head sunday while responding to a call about a suspicious car and suspects. the sheriff calls the death of dennis wallace an execution saying it's time for the killings to stop. >> it's time to stand united. it's time to stand together with public safety and with law enforcement to stop what's happening in our nation. >> reporter: the suspect fled after the shooting. while on the run, shorts say he carjacked a kia, carried out an armed robbery and tried to fight a woman's purse who fought back and called police and they captured machado. >> terrible story there. overseas now to new zealand where strong aftershocks shake after a quake hit a rural area. residents huddled outside after fleeing to higher ground to avoid a possible tsunami. here's more on the moment the powerful quake struck. >> reporter: cell phone video capturing the terrifying 7.8 magnitude earthquake.
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the massive tremor striking on new zealand's south island, killing at least two people. dramatic video revealing flattened homes, landslides blocking a major coastal highway. frightened residents taking refuge in the streets, the impact so violent, roads cracked open, supermarket shelves emptied. >> everything shaking, got worse and worse and didn't stop. >> reporter: nearly two hours after the first jolt, tsunami sirens urging residents to get to higher ground. that tsunami threat receding, but already more than a 50 aftershocks shaking the region and more are likely. jennifer eccleston, abc news, london. iraqi government forces say they are waging a fierce battle against isis and mosul. the militants ousted from a
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number of neighborhoods. nearly surrounded, but defenses only breached on one side. the troops recaptured the town where isis destroyed ancient treasures two years ago. they left behind a trail of destruction at a christian town in northern iraq that has just been liberated. worshippers returned to find their church had been desecrated. the statue of the virgin mary decapitated. windows were broken, pews and other furniture wrecked. you can see the grief on people's faces. you could see it three weeks ago, but it was the residents' first visit. paris marks the one year anniversary of the terrorist attacks there that left 130 people dead. hundreds of paper lanterns floated down the canal st. martin as crowds looked on in silence. people paid respects at the concert hall where 90 people were killed. the president of france and paris mayor visited each site where the victims died.
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back here in the u.s., there are dozens of wildfires in the southeast with no rain in sight. officials believe some of the fires are arsons. more than 70,000 acres in eight states destroyed. thick smoke is now posing a health hazard in several areas, and some residents have been evacuated. highways and a section of the appalachian trail is now closed. now to some good news. the super moon, it's back. >> i'm really excited. >> the biggest and brighter moon in 70 years, and it's not going to repeat for another 18 years. incredible images. >> like a painting. a supermoon occurs 14 months, but this is the closest approach of the moon to planet earth, about 17,000 miles closer than average. if you can't run outside right now because you're watching "world news now," you got another chance to go out to see it tonight. >> we'll show it to you. don't turn off the tv. you don't need to go outside. it's cold out there. just keep watching.
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>> i have to say i'd be tempted in a commercial break to go out of the studio. >> we're going to run over there. >> we need a moon selfie. >> we'll do it. coming up, the new development in the death of a yoga teacher and aspiring tv reality star in hawaii. this is a crazy story. her twin sister who managed to dodge murder charges once is under arrest after investigators say she intentionally drove her suv off a cliff. what the attorney is saying now. some of the best dancers around, and they are not old enough to drive. the teacher inspiring amazing moves. find us on facebook,, and twitter @abcwnn. you're watching "world news now." from the first moment you met it was love at first touch and all you wanted to do was surround them in comfort and
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♪ i'm on a tight wire one side is ice and one side fire ♪ rock and roll hall of famer, leon russell, has died. his roots infused hilts like "tight rope" and the song for you. the musician played and produced music with the biggest names like bob dylan, frank sinatra, and the rolling stones. he died in his sleep in his nashville home, and he was 74 years old. >> what a legend. >> one of a kind. >> yep. there are new developments now in the death of a yoga
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teacher who was killed when the suv she was riding in with her twin sister careened off a cliff in hawaii. >> now her twin is charged with murder. marci gonzales has the latest. >> reporter: a double take in the case against this yoga instructor accused of murdering her identical twin. >> feels outer rim of your back foot. >> reporter: after dodging charges once, she is, again, under arrest more than five months after investigators say she intentionally drove her suv off a 200 foot cliff in hawaii killing her sister in the passenger seat. she called it an accident. >> allison did not intend to harm the person she was closest to in this world. >> reporter: investigators found evidence that the ford explorer accelerated before the crash, and witnesses recall a struggle behind the wheel. >> she was angry with the person. >> she was pulled from the wreck with minor injury, arm in a sling in june when she appeared
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in court where a judge dropped the charge. the case then going to a grand jury which two weeks ago indicted duvall on a second degree murder charge. >> this is a very difficult case from the view of the prosecution. they, you know, they thought this, they obviously think they have the evidence to convict her. >> tonight, she's in jail in albany, new york, held on $3 million bail and waiting extradition to maui. march marci gonzalez, abc news, new york. coming up in our next half hour, a surprise from one of the supreme court's most outspoken justices. what ruth bader ginsberg did that earned her a standing ovation. the teacher teaching the right moves, this celebrity choreographer. you're watching "world news now." "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations.
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♪ asking if he liked to get out on the dance floor, and -- >> you showed me those videos. >> well, i think you'd be a nice follow-up act. there's a new brand of dance out there that's fuelling a whole new kind of dance move. >> this morning, we are meeting the celebrity choreographer who is the brains behind the hottest and some of the youngest dan moves out there today. we're "up all night." >> reporter: jay -- ♪ >> reporter: and casey. dancing teams in the come compilation video, 44 million views. >> reporter: aiden, 10 years old, solo, 11 million and counting. goes by the handle, bah.
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>> i call my fans the bah crew because my followers, they are my family to me. >> reporter: behind every great man? there has to be a great woman. >> i started with him when he was 8. his first huge gig was dancing on the ellen show. >> reporter: a new breed of celebrity dancer holing hip master classes here in l.a. >> i really, really need you to attack the certain part. i would barely post on my instagram, pressing send, and then jen, the manager of the studio, she's like your class is sold out. i have a whole group of people that are now, like, stars. they have their own fans just from the videos. >> we didn't have that, my generation.
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>> reporter: miranda grew up in yuma, arizona. >> i watched award shows and music videos issue and i was learning the dances and did it in my living room. >> reporter: now little bah dances for those online, millions. to miranda's choreography here at millennium. so someone like me wouldn't walk into this class? >> normally, no. but i live to dance, dance to live. i bet they think i'm european avante garde. >> you do need the ability, absolutely. listen. i've had friends so passionate about dance and i steer them in a different direction like, oh, maybe you should be a massage therapist. >> reporter: she has a show premiering early next year. >> it's all educational. it's all positive. none is scripted. it's not set up. i've been here 16 years, danced for a lot of people, but it wasn't until youtube where, like, my name as tricia miranda
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was start to go really get out there in the public eye. >> i am so blessed that she came in my life. >> how many hours do you practice? >> four to five hours a day. i just take a bunch of classes, and i get tired and sleep in the car. >> reporter: why put all this blood, sweat, and tears, hours of practice into dance? >> because it's all i do. this is all i'm going to do for the rest of my life, whether whether teaching, dancing, choreographing, creative director or directing, it's all going to have dance involved. that's what i do. that's what i live and breathe for. >> reporter: me too, nick watt for "nightline" in los angeles. >> i love you, nick. >> i love him. >> gio, this is our beat. hold up. >> i said i could do salsa. >> and chair salsa right now.
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only last 4 hours. but just one mucinex lasts 12 hours. start the relief. ditch the misery. let's end this. time for "the mix". i love this segment. >> i know. >> i love this segment mostly because of what we're about to show you. just take a look at some of these pictures. these are the winners of the 2016 come by wildlife photographer awards. look at that. that is a face planting fox. >> my goodness. >> i thought it was a duck. no? >> i don't know what it looks like, but an epic fail as we talked about earlier. so sad. >> oh, my gosh. i love it. this one, yep, yep. that's salmon. >> smacking the bear. i didn't know this contest happened. this was news to me. >> yeah. this is the comedy wildlife photography awards. oh, i love that. that bear there with the bird. >> there's the bird behind him and looks like the ears or something. >> this is not cool.
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i'm really upset about this. >> i had that happen to me. a bird pooping on your head. it actually missed my head and got my leg, but, you know, hasn't that happened to you? >> no. >> oh. you're fortunate. on to the next -- shocks because i give out way too much information about myself. adorable 4-year-old attempting the mannequin challenge. could be the best ever. shout out and, really, for them to stay still that long, that's a feat. i give it to the ceo, and so it took four tries to get them to be that still. >> so cute. >> yeah. >> maybe they were trying to find the grid because that's what america's trying to find. this is big breaking news. we got a mcrib riot going on. that's mcrib. apparently now you can use an
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app to find out where you can find the mcrib. >> that's appropriate. >> because people just don't know where to find this. you don't know. you don't know if it's this block or the next, you don't know, but now you can. >> and how long it lasts. the thing about the mcrib, it's very elusive. >> it is. >> it's not like the filet of fish, which is my old stand by. >> that is elusive, too. >> especially that two for five deal i love to get it on. extra lettuce and tomato and extra tartar sauce. the last mix video for you. you'll like this, father daughter dance of the century. these two, mckayla phillips, and her dad, nathan ellison. forget the slow dance. they did m.c. hammer's "can't touch this" and proceeded to kill all kinds of moves on the dance floor, and it was a beautiful thing. wait, watch it, go. get it. >> this should be the way every
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>> this should be the way every father daughter dance goes. 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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and right now on "world news now," the president-elect in prime time sitting down for his first tv interview since the election. see how he answered questions on abortion, same-sex marriage and the protesters refusing to accept a trump presidency. a wildfire emergency in several states force evacuations. residents are encouraged to wear masks to breathe across the drought-plagued southeast and appalachian regions. some of the fires suspected arson. details coming up. new this half hour, surveillance video showing a bizarre robbery in progress. >> the culprit dressed up in ninja garb, seen wandering the store for something to steal. but then we find out what the ninja is looking for. potentially big news for "sex and the city" fans. >> what kim cattrall says about a potential spinoff.
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a return of samantha jones? the story ahead in "the skinny." it's monday, november 14th. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> oh, my gosh. >> i just love that theme song, right? >> every time i hear "the skinny," i have to sing that. i think it's also the novelty of it. last week was my first skinny. >> last week was the first? >> yeah. this is my second skinny, and i get to anchor with you on for the first time. >> this is a conspiracy to get us in the same place. we're always in the field, with but we're together, tweeting each other. >> thank you for liking my tweet. i feel the love. good morning to you. i'm adrienne bankert in for diane macedo. >> and i'm gio benitez in for kendis gibson. >> back to the news, of course, we want to start now with the half hour and president-elect looking to clarify plans on the signature campaign promises. >> donald trump has been hulled
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up in trump tower working with top aides on key appointments for the administration, but protesters gathered for the fifth straight day outside his building and across the country. there were dozens of arrests over the weekend, mostly in portland, oregon. >> trump gave his first television interview since winning the election. he addressed a series of issues including obamacare, his proposed border wall, and those protests. >> don't be afraid. we're going to bring our country back, but, certainly, don't be afraid. you know, we just had an election and sort of like you have to be given a little time. >> reporter: mr. trump was also asked about acts of violence popping up in his name or against his supporters. and about reports of racial slurs and personal threats against minorities by some of his supporters. >> i'm very surprised to hear that. >> telling muslims -- >> i hate to hear that. i hate to hear that. >> but you do hear it. >> i don't hear it. >> you're not seeing it on social media?
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>> i think it's a very small amount. >> do you want to say anything to those people? >> i would say don't do it. that's terrible. and i say stop it, if it helped. i will say this, and i'll say it right to the cameras, stop it. >> reporter: trump addressed a number of his top campaign promises during his 60-minute interview, including building a wall along the mexican border. >> reporter: they are talking about a fence in the republican congress. would you accept a fence? >> for certain areas, i would, but certain areas, the wall is more appropriate. i'm very good at this. this is called construction. >> so part wall, part fence? >> there could be some fencing. >> and on his campaign pledge to remove undocumented immigrants, he said that would start immediately.
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>> what we are going to do is get the people that are criminal records, gang members, drug dealers, a lot of these people, probably 2 million, could be 3 million, we're getting them out of our country or incarcerate. >> reporter: trump restated the plan to roll back abortion right appointing justices to overturn roe vs. wade sending the issues back to the state. >> goes back to the state. >> by state? >> has to go to another state. >> reporter: on another controversial issue, marriage equality, he said the issue of same-sex marriage is settled. >> these cases have gone to the supreme court. they've been settled, and i'm fine with that. >> on foreign policy, he was pressed for more details to defeat isis. >> i don't want to tell anybody anything. >> what about the american people? >> we have great generals. >> you said you know more than the generals about isis. >> to be honest with you, i probably do because look at the job they've done. >> reporter: another priority for the president-elect, repealing and replacing obamacare. he said people with pre-existing
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conditions would be covered under a new plan as would older children living at home. >> adds cost, but it's very much something we're going to try and keep. >> reporter: there's going to be a period if you repeal it and before you replace it when millions of people -- >> we're going to do it simultaneously. it'll be just fine. we're not going to have a two-day period or a two-year period where there's nothing. it will be repealed and replaced, and we'll know, and it'll be great health care for much less money. so it will be better health care, much better, for less money. not a bad combination. >> as for a social media usage, trump says he will be, quote, very restraineding moving forward. >> and trump also told "60 minutes" he would not take the president's $400,000 annual salary and would only take $1 a year. >> that's something we have not heard of before. >> yeah. china's president spoke to donald trump offering congratulations and reaffirming the importance of continued relations with the u.s. >> meanwhile, trump filled two major positions. republican national committee chair reince priebus will be the
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white house chief of staff. priebus has been steadfastly loyal to trump and has close relationships with lawmakers from all factions of the gop. and former breitbart news executive steve bannon has been named chief strategist and senior counselor to the president. banner targeted establishment republicans, including paul ryan. neither bannon nor priebus have policy experience. trump is looking to put off the lawsuit against his now defunct trump university until after the inauguration. a law for the president-elect filed a motion to delay the trial to focus on transition not white house. the lawsuit accuses trump university for failing on its promise to teach success in real estate. it's currently set to begin in two weeks. all right. overseas now where new zealand is rocked by aftershocks following an earthquake overnight. two people were killed in the
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initial quake that hit a rural area. there's been several aftershocks greater than magnitude 6. the prime minister toured the har-hit areas this morning meeting residents, many of whom spent the night outdoors. a natural disaster in this country, dozens of wildfires burning in the south, smoke so thick in areas, residents have to wear protective masks if going outdoors. more from abc's rob marciano. >> reporter: 43 wildfires in the southeast burning across eight states. investigators saying some of the fires were intentionally set, and, already, made arrests including 21-year-old johnny mullins who allegedly confessed saying he set the fire in eastern kentucky to draw attention to his facebook page. >> before the fire -- >> reporter: the aspiring weather man seen here warning people to be aware of flames now facing a felony arson charge. smoke from the fire spanning out hundreds of miles, spreading a haunting haze across the southern sky.
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>> the smoke blocks out the sun. >> reporter: this brush fire engulfing the entire hillside, forcing some families to flee their homes. >> it's devastating and it's heartbreaking. >> reporter: there was some rain in the southeast sunday, but only in the eastern carolinas, not in the fire zone. and the forecast for at least the next week does not call for any significant rain there. rob marciano, abc news, new york. >> and our thanks to rob. looking at the weather now for the rest of the country, it's mostly sunny in the northeast, and there's a few showers later around washington, and the northwest is likely to see heavy rain today. >> high temperatures will be around 60 in the northeast. not too bad. 81 in miami, my hometown. 70 in denver. and mercury hitting 87 in phoenix and l.a. oh, warm. the northwest won't quite hit 60 today. all right. what else would a ninja warrior steal? but a really big sword. a break-in in a card shop in anchorage alaska caught on
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camera. >> something is wrong here. the burglar was dressed as a ninja. and that big samurai sword appears to be all that was taken from that card store. a check by employees the next morning did not find anything else missing. >> all right. and that has left us speechless. >> very determined ninja warrior. coming up next in the skinny, the boss breaks down. see who rescued bruce springsteen. but first, ruth bader ginsburg turning heads this weekend. we'll show you why. and the fresh anger over the mistrial of a police officer charged in the shooting death of a black man during a traffic stop. could there be another trial ahead. you're watching world news now. >> "world news now" weather brought to you by weather brought to you by brought to you by
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yeah. >> unbelievable video right there. people were forced to take shelter behind a pillar at an airport after a strong storm swept through parts of australia. winds were gusting close to 100 miles per hour. the storm has also reportedly knocked out power for around 8,000 homes in the region. unbelievable video. a vigil was held in northern california last night for a sheriff's deputy who was killed while responding to a call. authorities say dennis wallace was killed with two shots to the head. wallace's death marks the fifth california law officer killed in the line of duty in just two months. a suspect identified as david machado was caught after a manhunt.
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after more than 25 hours of jury deliberations, a mistrail called against a white university of cincinnati police officers charge in the shooting death of a black man in a traffic stop. >> the verdict sparked anger in the streets and raises questions about a potential new trial. gloria rivera has the latest. >> reporter: outrage and disbelief filling the streets of downtown cincinnati. >> we have to eventually here fight back as black people. >> reporter: ray tensing, a white police officer, faced two counts of murder after he fatally shot unarmed black motorist sam duboise in a 2015 traffic stop that went wrong. >> what's wrong? >> again, the front tag. >> reporter: jury unable to decide if the actions were warranted. tensing claims it was self-defense. >> i remember thinking, oh, my god, he's going to run me over, and he's going to kill me. >> reporter: but the prosecution argued tensing was a racist,
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wearing a confederate flag t-shirt under his uniform that day, a details tensing dismissed. they are intent on pursuing justice. >> the video didn't lie. >> reporter: the prosecutor must now decide whether to press forward for a retrial, to pursue lesser charges or to drop the case altogether. gloria require era, abc news, washington. >> gloria, thank you. a police officer in michigan now is suspended after displaying a confederate flag at a political rally while off duty. michael peters drove a pickup truck decorated with a flag to a love trump hate rally and parked and drank a beer. some the the rally confronted peters and word got back to the police chief who announced the suspension while the matter is being investigated. supreme court justice ruth bader ginsburg has been moonlighting.
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she made her opera debut in the kennedy center, talking about on stage. >> look at her. >> she played the duchess of craftenthor in the washington production of a daughter of the regimen. >> she did not sing and used a microphone, but appeared to read many lines from notes on the prop, but justice ginsberg stole the show and received a standing ovation. can you imagine sitting there and just seeing this major, major legend of a woman on stage doing this? >> well, i really, my first thought was, i wonder how how hair looked because, you know, we're so used to seeing her in her supreme court gown, robe, traditional style, but nice to see the costume, a slice of her artistic side. >> fun. >> a little different. when we come back, "saturday night live" weighs in on donald trump's election night victory. and why so many "sex in the city" fans are getting excited over a tweet from kim catrall.
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♪ skinny so skinny ♪ i think we both get excited when we hear this music. >> we both. because i used to watch this show when i was in college, and that theme song was always on.
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so here we are. >> and i used to watch it when i was putting on my makeup. time now for "the skinny" starting with "saturday night live's" take on trump's victory. alec baldwin was conspicuously absent as was any mockery of mr. trump. but there was a sketch of what kids think about the president-elect, but what's lighting up social media now posts this sharp whited monologue. take a look. >> i watched a white riot on television in portland, oregon last night. the news said they did a million dollars worth of damage. every black person was watching, they were like, amateurs. >> chappelle ended his skit by addressinging mr. trump with a hopeful message, wishing him luck saying he's going to give him a chance and hopes the president gives the historically disenfranchised a chance, as well.
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>> a lot of people talking about that right now. next, a major star power saturday night at the ultimate fighting championship. >> yeah. hugh jackman next to madonna watching conor mcgregor holding two ufc belts at the same time. >> he was there with zac efron, calling it a history lesson. >> and they didn't share snaps of themselves, but donald trump jr. shared this image on instagram as he took his wife, vanessa, to the match for their 11th wedding anniversary. yeah, that's romantic. coincidence dentally, steel is the traditional 11th year anniversary gift. i have a feeling donald trump jr., who i met in person, has a sense of humor. >> yeah. >> so steel, ufc, kind of cute. he did -- mind you, he tweeted out this beautiful picture of the two of them saying happy anniversary, love you, five kids later. >> it was an epic thing. next, exciting news for "sex
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in the city" fans. >> could it be the smoking gun we've been waiting for. kim cattrall responded to the possibility of a spinoff. >> cattrall tweeting out that she's unbelievably flattered and moved and can't wait to get back to the serious business of making us laugh and saying she has her fingers crossed. >> that's just the strongest nonconfirmation of a return of "sex in the city" that we've heard from any of the shows major players, so means we all, everybody, all the fans have fingers crossed. >> all right. well, we'll see. >> we'll see. finally, are we going to start here? >> yeah. >> we have one more. >> one more skinny for you. >> for the boss. what's up with the boss, bruce springsteen? >> after a motorcycle breakdown left bruce springsteen, a group of hog riding veterans rescued him. >> dan barkalow and bob griggs pulled up to assist springsteen,
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>> i'm sleeping. >> hollywood kick off oscar season, and with the season opener in los angeles. >> actors and directors out in full force generating buzz for their own films. abc's chris connelly was there. >> i've never been to the governor's awards before. >> they've never invited you? >> i was never invited before. >> they served the lucky attendees in there. >> i hope it's nachos. i bet it's lovely, but not nachos. >> reporter: honoring film making achievement including jackie chan. >> i never thought i could get an oscar. i only make comedy action movie. >> a jackie chan montage here, that's why i'm here. >> reporter: this is recently or yet-to-be released movies with a chance of earning academy award consideration. from denzel washington's eager will i awaited "fences." >> i have people coming up to me
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talking about wanting to adopt. it's nice if affects people. >> most posted about is "manchester by the sea." casey affleck and williams. the writer/director. >> i actually felt like he gave me a tremendous amount of latitude. >> very precise, knows what he wants. >> reporter: also riding waves, of early enthusiasm "lala land," a musical set in los angeles with emma stone and ryan gosling. >> it's a lot of pressure in the beginning to live up to movies like "singing in the rain," but it helped reinvigorate my understanding and lot of for l.a. >> reporter: and a just released mel gibson "hacksawridge," an objector in world war ii ii army med. >> so excited that we got to tell this man's story. he did the wildest things in the middle of battle. >> reporter: abc news, los angeles. >> that's all for this half
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hour. >> more news straight ahead here on "world news now."
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