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you're looking at the moment a traffic stop for a deputy near austin turned into a violent get away attempt. the driver took off dragging the deputy for about a half mile before she was able to use a taser on the suspect and stop the car. amazingly, the deputy suffered no injuries. the 22-year-old suspect was intoxicated and in possession of marijuana and prescription cough syrup. we're just hours away from philadelphia's first super bowl victory parade. >> local and federal law if had -- the mayor is not expecting to see the kind of rioting like
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when the eagles won. officers will be looking for any suspicious activity. there's a baby even more famous than kylie jenner's new born. >> he's just 1-year-old, but already a trail blazer. >> reporter: since 1928 this is the gerber baby everybody has known. the drawing is still getting help. at 91 ann's getting a little help these days representing the brand. meet lucas warren, gerber's 2018 spokes baby. his mom says he's out going, loves to play and loves to make people laugh and making history as the first gerber baby with down syndrome. but gerber makes no mention of that, simply saying lucas was chosen out of the 140,000 babies for the twinkle in his eyes and rose in his cheikhs. his parents said they entered the contest on a whim. adding we can't wait to see how much he changes people's perception on what it means to be a baby with down syndrome.
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>> how cute is he. >> he is cute. the title means his parents will get some $50,000 in prizes. >> amazing they say they entered on a whim. >> and i love that gerber said nothing about his condition. >> big congratulations to him. when we come back, will smith honors his son, jayden. and a baffling trade that. the skinny is next. okay - let's try this. it says you apply the blue one to me. here? no... make every day valentine's day with k-y yours and mine. two sensations. one great way to discover new feelings together.
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♪ skinny, just give me the skinny ♪ skinny time. skinny in the house and the big headline today, the spice girls are getting back together and headed here to the united states. >> so they're spicing up your life. after years of convincing victoria beckham, posh spice. she's now fully on board with a reunion tour. the other spice girls have been wanting to do it. they have wanted one for years.
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some had given up hope, actually. >> they're working on lots of a merchandising possibilities but they're sticking with the classics. >> we saw them have lunch i believe a week or so ago and that started the rumors. last time we saw them together on stage was right there in london for the olympics, which was pretty cool. >> well, that's what i really, really want, what i really, really want. >> i wanna. >> i wanna. >> cigga, cigga. >> that's not how it goes. next, let's go to jaden smith, shall me? >> we've seen him wear a batman costume to prom and make lots of artistic statements. now his dad is straight up making fun of him. >> so jaden just put out a music video for his song, icon. his new album is named sire because jaden's sire, will
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decided to congratulate his son for reaching 100 million plays on spotify, by trolling him, with a parody version of the exact same video. you might notice. same look. dad with the grill, the big gold necklace. he swapped out the pants for some super rad dad shorts. >> the production value. look at them side by side. it is incredible. >> the facial expression is just priceless. >> the production is amazing. jayden actually loved it, responding, dad, this is actually the funniest thing i've seen in my life. you're the best dad anyone could ask for. >> it's so good. >> it is great. >> i love will smith. and now to some sports skinny news. those two don't often go together.
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as one of the most popular quarterbacks in the nfl just got traded to the yankees, the baseball yankees. that's right. those yankees. >> that doesn't make sense. >> remember bo jackson? >> that's true. bo knows. we're talking about russell wilson, seattle seahawks, super bowl winner, record breaker, one of the highest paid guys in the nfl. >> and husband to sierra of course. >> they were married at a castle in england, had a baby last year. >> back to the sports part. russell isn't going all in on baseball. the deal allows him to join the yankees for spring camp and back to seattle for the nfl season. he's just dipping his toe in the water. >> what if he's really good? >> he's just dipping his toe in the water to see how it is. i mean, if he really likes baseball, he could leave. >> so you have judge, carlos stanton and now wilson. yankees have it all. finally, to kevin hart. back on a winning streak after
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facing off against the fastest man in the world. >> yep. the security guard. hart was denied access to the stage after the philly win. the philly native explained he was tipsy when he tried to get on the stage. >> you see him trying to talk himself into that. >> to the the world's most giant security guard it looked like. he appeared to be in top form as he raced usain bolt in the 10 meter dash. >> wait, kevin hart beating usain bolt? here's the deal. bolt is 6'5". he gave hart a 30-meter head start for this race. >> it still was pretty close, by the way. so the two of them have been competing against each other on a show so this adds to the whole spirit of friendly competition. >> i think given another 10
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yards, usain would have had him. >> heart ran a marathon. maybe he was training for this. >> we'll be right back.
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>> reporter: the "sports illustrated" swimsuit edition frequently catapults models to superstardom. their annual issue aims to empower women everywhere. >> they're more than a beautiful face. they're beautiful minds, beautiful people. >> reporter: we're getting new images in her own words. out next week frrks the veteran, paulina to the rookie, brinkley cook. and the 6'2", robin lawly. artful nudes shot by an all female crew. >> they had complete creative control over the shoot. editor m.j. day has been putting it together for decades. you are taking it in a very purposeful direction. what does it mean to you? >> a mixture of what it's always been, which is celebrating beauty and a platform that gives women the confidence to love themselves the way they are. it's ridiculous there's only one type of pretty or people see one
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specific body type as that enviable body type. >> reporter: hoping "sports illustrated" swimsuits propels that body conversation going forward. who draws that line with sexy or sexualized? >> i don't have a problem if someone says it's over sexualized, because that's normal. i think human nature doesn't lend itself to one way or another but it should lend itself to acceptance. >> the articles. >> yeah. it's not that bad. >> he's speechless. he cannot focus at all. >> i saw the big red banner. i'm like, it's the cover. now i'm curious to see the cover. >> trying to search the internet. >> exactly. >> don't miss our updates on facebook on wnnfans.com. on facebook @wnn fans.com.
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good morning, i'm diana macedo. >> i'm kendis gibson. here's what's happening on world news nouz for this thursday morning. the monster easter storm is moving out and another strong storm is moving its way to the south. some areas could see up to six inches of snow. california officials are vowing to block pop lines to stop the trump administration from moving forward with plans to expand offshore drilling. protesters are expected to show up. at the winter olympics team u.s.a. got off to a super start thanks to the mixed doubles curling team. they won their first mixed doubles match against a team from russia. the opening ceremony is tomorrow. expect to hear fly eagles fly all day long in the city of brotherly love.
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millions are expected to attend the super bowl parade. schools, museums, courts, you name it are all closed today. and those are just some of our top stories on this thursday, february 8th. announcer: from abc news, this is world news now. >> and we do say good morning to you on this half hour. the weather should be fairly cooperative for folks in philadelphia. but, in the meantime, a lot of people are dealing with a new winter storm. >> as many as six inches of snow could fall from south dakota to illinois. chicago could see snowfall by tonight. >> that comes right behind the major system that left a snowy and icy mess in the northeast. >> reporter: this massive storm system caused a messy commute by air and by land. outside new york city, the mario cuomo tappan z bridge was shutdown. after multiple crashes, a fedex
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truck slides out of control and outside washington, d.c., watch as this pick-up crashed into a bakery. they're looking into why a plane skidded off the taxiway. and a school bus and mini van colliding. the bus striking a traffic light. so clearly lots of issues on the road. but by air, here at jfk, there were ground stops. we're talking about more than 1,000 flights canceled across the united states. nearly 5,000 delays and now the airlines are issuing waivers for the next storm coming in later this week. now to the battle over the budget. i was going to say the budget battle. the budget battle on capitol hill. senate leaders have reached a rare bipartisan deal. >> a vote on the two-year compromise is expected today. right there, on capitol hill. senate approval a likely, but it could fall short in the house. we'll get more from tara. >> reporter: senate leaders on both sides of the aisle are
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claiming victory. they agreed to a two-year spending bill that would avoid a government shut down. >> this budget deal is the first real sprout of bipartisanship. >> i hope we can build on this bipartisan momentum. >> reporter: the deal includes billions for opioid, disaster relief and infrastructure, but it puts off immigration for another day and that's not cutting it for house minority leader, nancy pelosi. she gave a speech for eight hours on dreamers, undocumented immigrants brought to the country by children. >> this package does not have my support, nor a large number of members of our caucus. >> reporter: on tuesday, president trump wants a wall on the southern border in exchange for amnesty for the dreamers. white house spokesperson, sarah sanders says he welcomes a senate deal even if it doesn't include an immigration fix. >> i think we've made it clear that the budget deal should be a budget deal and members of congress like nancy pelosi
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should not hold our military hostage over a separate issue. >> reporter: the senate bill has been sent to the house. they have less than 24 hours to secure votes on a bill that not only exclutes immigration, but raises the deficit. something most will reject. >> i can't imagine there's a whole lot of us wanting to vote for this. >> reporter: the president's chief of staff said they have no plans to extend the deadline, putting pressure on congress to act. abc news, washington. and in the russia investigation, a top democrat is calling on republicans to force two former trump aides to testify, again. congressman, adam schiff says corey lieu w corey lewandowski is not appearing and wants republicans to enforce a subpoena.
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one of the president's top aides is resigning after two of his ex-wives made allegations of domestic abuse against him. rob porter calls the accusations simply false and outrageous. his exs are offering proof. his first ex-wife showing photos of a black and blue eye claiming porter punched her in the face more than a decade ago. and his second wife talked to the washington post about her marriage. she recounted an incident that happened just after their wedding. >> we were both yelling at each other. i disengaged to go take a shower and rob wasn't finished fighting, i suppose. at that point, he was still angry. and so he came and grabbed me by the shoulders here. and pulled me out of the shower in a rage. >> we are told that senior white house staff were aware for months of the domestic abuse allegations by rob porter's
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ex-wives but were not aware of the full extent. the chief of staff, john kelly issued two statements about porter's resignation and first called him a man of true integrity and honor and it then said he was shocked about the allegations against porter and that there's no place for domestic abuse in our society. the pentagon's annual report about sexual assaults at military academies is out with a troubling finding. it says the number of assaults at west point nearly doubled during the last school year. it's it fourth year that reported assaults have increased there. they increased by one case at each school. and the mother of four is the subject of a search operation in southern illinois. she hasn't been seen in two weeks. she was reported missing by her roommate after she failed to return home. she doesn't live with her children but police say she is present in their lives and has no history of long absences. the state of michigan
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confirmed the first pediatric death from the flu. a 51-year-old man dieed from the flu while on a ski trip to colorado. he was feeling fine and healthy when he and his wife left michigan. his family believes he caught the virus in route on the plane. and the flu is forcing the closure of several school districts in alabama as well as a catholic school in milwaukee. an alarming new report suggests drowsy driving causes nearly eight times the number of accidents estimated. they suggest drowsy driving accidents are vastly underreported. aaa says drivers should be getting 7-9 hours of sleep before getting behind the wheel. if you find yourself drifting off or not remembering the last few miles you have driven, pull over. >> so by that definition, none of us are supposed to be driving anytime soon. >> i don't drive to work --
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>> anytime soon. how far would your friends go to help you find a $10,000 engagement ring? >> do they get to keep it? how about digging through raw sewage? a northern california woman accidently flushed her pricey ring down the toilet. neighbors sprang into action. >> they came with mesh, a metal detector -- we have video? an industrial strength snake to search the pipes. still no ring. but her fiance gave up hope. >> i thought there was no chance in the world we'd see it again. >> then, a neighbor, who was a building inspector forced it through the pipes. they turned on the bath tub, flushed the toilet and dumped 10,000 gallons into the bowl. >> it did the trick. it came out, a little banged up
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but in one piece. those are some good neighbors. they owe them a lot of pie, a lot of sugar. >> there's no way. >> it took them two days to recover the ring. >> i would have given up. there's a reason to give up hope. who wants that? >> $10,000? >> i don't care. take a mortgage out. >> he's not going to bring you a cup of sugar either. >> no. coming up, staying private on social media. some apps, like snap chat make you think your pictures disappears b hackers may be able to snag them. and clint eastwood on why he cast real-life heroes for his hollywood production.
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a million motorcycles around the world because the brakes could fail. the recall covers 30 models from 2008 through 2011. there have been reports of at least two injuries. authorities are sounding the alarm over a cyber scam involving netflix. the scam involves a realistic looking e-mail from a fake account sent to netflix users warning their accounts would be deactivated unless they click on a link and update their billing information. of course, don't click on the link and log on to your account directly if you think there might be a problem. and there's concerns about the security of your social media account. >> even photos and files you mark as private are fair game once a hacker breaks in. here is eva pilgrim. >> reporter: a man behind bars charged with hacking photos from teenage girls snap chat accounts and reposting them on the internet, himself. police say the 21-year-old
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swiped the photos from several teen girls in his home town of new hampshire he had the photos they thought would disappear from the app reappeared online, the victim went to police. >> she realized the account had been logged into somewhere she was not. >> reporter: snapchat lets you share photos or videos that disappear in 10 seconds or post content that is automatically deleted in 24 hours. >> it takes someone to really know what they're doing to hack into an account and take pictures. >> reporter: this, where a hacker reposted stolen pictures. in september, a 17-year-old washington high school student was arrested after a classmate reported her social media accounts were hacked. the hacker found nude photos and shared them with other students. >> we want to make sure that people like that that are
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preying on other people by digital means or the internet, are arrested. >> reporter: experts warn, think before you post and make sure your accounts are secure. make sure your privacy settings are locked down and of course the password, it's a small thing but it can make a big difference as to whether or not someone has access to your account or not. >> things to keep in mind. coming up clint eastwood's real life terror tale. >> the high school buddies that stopped on a train re-enact on the big screen. that's coming up next on "world news now." and yes, yes, yes to bio:renew. made with active antioxidants that work from the inside out... to help animate lifeless hair, and bring it back to life. find aahs and oos in every fresh bottle of herbal essences bio:renew.
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♪ two and half years ago they went from being american tourists on a train to being heroes that helped stop a terror attack. >> they are getting the treatment from clint eastwood, no less. here is nick watt. >> reporter: breaking news
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tonight, the takedown on the train. >> a man has opened fire on train traveling from amsterdam to paris. >> three people have been reported wounded. >> reporter: a train flying through the french countryside at 200 miles an hour, and a knife-wielding man with ammo. >> reporter: this video shot by a 22-year-old army national guardsman. >> i tried to shoot him. >> reporter: and the world's jaw dropped when three young americans managed to thwart a terrorist attack. >> i just looked over at spencer and said let's go. >> it was either do something or die. >> reporter: ordinary men suddenly called great. >> reporter: three friends now hailed as international heroes. >> reporter: they hog tied the alleged terrorist, beat him to submission. he's still awaiting the three americans met the french president. they were all over our tv set
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and yet those are the same people, the real people, those actual young americans playing themselves on screen. >> i went through the casting process and looked at actors but the more i met with them, there's something about them, the comradery of the three guys growing up together. i wondered if they could do it. >> reporter: and they did. >> casting the real people is a kind of executive decision only eastwood can make. >> i'm sure there are people saying this is a terrible idea. >> i'm sure they did. >> reporter: clint eastwood is a sparing director, not much direction, not many takes. >> spencer looks like he needs a lot of direction. >> that's what my teacher said. >> reporter: are you guys old enough to know what a big deal it is to be in a clint eastwood film?
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they didn't want to act. >> that kind of blew our minds but at the same time we might do it. >> he's said we're on the same train moving, same amount of blood and me and mark both kind of got lost in it. i forgot everyone was there and until i heard clint say cut or it's been enough, i was like oh. >> we would like to get across with the movie, everybody's capable of doing this. >> everybody's capable off doing something extraordinary. >> i'd say it had had more to do with our friendship. >> reporter: i almost wanted to see alex on "dancing with the stars" and spencer getting stabbed outside of a nightclub.
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>> i wanted that in there, too. >> wanted to show they were just regular guys dealing with things and ended up doing extraordinary things. >> reporter: this trio, relishing, telling their story, getting plenty of attention. getting pampered by make up artists, stylists, hanging with clint. >> people think we're a boy band. it's been fun. >> they seem to be adjusting to the spotlight quite well. >> they are. the funny thing about that, alex is known for "dancing with the stars," not that he was a hero before all of this. he did fairly well in "dancing with the stars." >> a lot of the extras were also people who played a real role. the paramedics are playing themselves and so are a few others. so pretty cool.
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♪ no one told you life was going to be this way ♪ ♪ your job's a joke feels like it needs one more extra-clap. >> no. that's it. >> all right. sorry. for 10 years jennifer aniston let us into her home on "friends," the pretend home. >> now, she is opening the door on her real home. >> she is a design enthusiast and she showed that off in the bel air mansion she shares with justin theroux. >> reporter: she's a friend who hasn't opened the door to her home for a friend in the decade. >> this is my apartment and i love it.
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this is a girl's apartment. >> reporter: now, jennifer aniston's giving an exclusive look at the bel air hideout she shares with husband, justin theroux. >> this home she renovated. it was built in 1965. it's a great, great l.a. piece of architecture. >> reporter: overlooking l.a. with a fabulous pool, this modern masterpiece reflects the harmony of jennifer and justin's joined aesthetics. aniston saying justin wanted to be involved. a bit of a learning curve on how to include the voice on the design process. >> he repeatedly said the voice has to be a great place to entertain. the bath, customized with a one of a kind garden tub and view, the master bedroom showcasing earth tones and cozy carpeting. it described it as old west and
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midworld. with an extraordinary polar bear style sofa. >> that incapsulates being chic and sophisticated. it's a rare, it's a trophy in the design world. they are very, very expensive. >> reporter: aniston saying sexy is important but comfort is essential. >> she has significant design pieces that she's invested in, in her home, but it is not a museum. it is not a showplace. >> reporter: aniston adding, i look around at my husband, my dog ond our home and there's nowhere else i would rather be. >> i can understand why. thanks for taking part in our shoot. >> oh, yeah, she provided great service to you. >> she did. she'd make a great flight attendance. i don't know that she knew she was there, though. this half hour.
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this morning on "world news now" a countdown to a possible shutdown. >> law makers say they have a deal to prevent a shutdown, but it needs to pass both houses and hard line conservatives say they can't support it. house minority leader, nancy pelosi sets a new record giving an eight-hour speech on immigration without taking a break. shaking up the oval office, the president's staff secretary says he's leaving amid abuse allegations. how much did the white house know about rob porter's past? >> the powerful winter storm wreaks havoc on the roads from texas to maine, including dozens of wrecks, slides and spinouts and it's not done yet. we're not done with the arabian desert. we are heating things up by taking you there. my trip to dubai, taking a detour through a sand dune on a night safari. i get challenged to drop the
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beats. one of the wildest arabian nights -- actually the only arabian night i had. >> that's definitely going to end well. it's thursday, february 8th. ♪ >> announcer: from abc news this is "world news now." >> you didn't actually say drop the beat while you were there, did you? >> yeah, and somehow they allowed me out of the country or may pushed me out of the country. that is the issue. >> that is a questionable thing as well. part two on the desert nights coming up. but, we're going start this half hour with the republicans and democrats in the senate. they're coming together, trying to hash out a sweeping budget agreement after months of partisan bickering. >> the senate is expected to vote today in favor of the bill which calls for an extra $300 billion in military and domestic spending. >> you see a lot of pictures from the capitol last night. and president trump is now backing the plan after calling
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for a government shutdown, but its fate in the house remains uncertain. here's abc's jonathan carl. >> reporter: despite president trump's threat of a shutdown, they achieved something washington hasn't seen in ages, a bipartisan agreement fund the government for two years. >> this budget deal is the first real sprout of bipartisanship. >> i hope we can build on the bipartisan momentum. >> reporter: the deal includes billions for opioid treatment, disaster relief and infrastructure and a boost in defense spending. what it doesn't include, funding for the president's border wall. the president called for a shut down if he didn't get that money. >> let's have a shutdown. we'll do a shutdown. without borders, we don't have a country. so, would i shut it down over this issue? yes. >> reporter: from the white house, an apparent about face. the president now endorsing the senate deal that makes no
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promise, whatsoever about the wall. >> can you clarify? the president, yesterday, said he would like to shut the government down if he doesn't get funding for the wall, border security. is what he said yesterday no longer operable? >> look, as i said yesterday, the focus for us has always been to get a two-year budget deal. we've made no secret the president wants funding for the wall and border security. we expect to see that reflected. >> reporter: but he said he wanted to shut the government down if he didn't get it. is that no longer the position? >> no the position hasn't changed. we've laid out exactly what we want to happen. >> reporter: the white house position is less than crystal clear, defense secretary mattis was definitive. >> if there was a decision to shut the government down because for example, the wall wasn't funded in this deal, how bad would that be to the military? >> shutting down the government would be very damaging to the military. it paralyzes everything we do if
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we go into that. >> reporter: while there's a bipartisan spending agreement in the senate, there's no guarantee it will pass in the house. many conservatives don't like it because it includes massive spending increases. jonathan carl, abc news, the white house. in the meantime, house democratic leader nancy pelosi made it clear in dramatic fashion she will not vote for the budget deal. >> she says the issue is a lack of protection for undocumented immigrants brought here as children. she relayed that message in a record breaking eight-hour speech on the house floor with no break. she says it didn't feel that long. >> i didn't have the faintest idea. when you are talking, it seems shorter. it's when you are listening. >> i think our viewers can sympathize with that. >> true. >> pelosi is now asking for house speaker ryan for an open debate on the senate. >> now to the major shake up. the president's staff secretary
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has resigned after allegations of domestic abuse made by his two ex-wives. rob porter's first wife released a photo of her black and blue eye, claiming porter punched her in the face more than a decade ago. porter calls those allegations outrageous and simply false. at first the white house said porter would be staying on to ensure a smooth transition. now "the new york times" reports he'll be gone by the end of the week. the press secretary, sarah sanders made it clear porter was not forced out. >> i think it's a personal decision that rob made and one that he was not pressured to do, but one that he did on his own. >> the white house chief of staff, john kelly called him a man of integrity and honor. then he released a second statement saying he was shocked by the allegations against porter and there is no place for domestic violence in our society. porter is romantically involved with the white house communique
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tor seen on the left, hope hicks. >> and a winter storm is moving out to sea. snowy conditions left behind by that storm caused chaos on roads like this one outside new york city. a chain reaction crash closed a govern mario cuomo bridge. more than two dozen vehicles were involved. at least nine people were injured. over in maryland, a southwest airline jet skidded off the taxiway at the airport. luckily none of the 149 passengers on board were hurt. in hartford, connecticut, a fedex truck had an icy spinout. luckily, no one was hurt in that incident. >> what a well scene right there. a police officer has been killed in the line of duty. the officer was fatally shot while responding to a disturbance call. a male civilian was also shot during the incident. police say the suspects gunman is now in custody after a stand off that lasted several hours. a deputy in florida ended a deadly am rampage by gilling a gunman who left a trail of
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violence across four cities. the suspect allegedly shot and injured two men in west palm beach and killed a woman in lake worth. police say he then drove the wrong way down interstate 95, crashing into three drivers before being shot dead. parts of i-95 were closed more than seven hours. police are still searching for a motive. canadian prime minister, justin trudeau is on a four-day tour of the united states. he's clarifying that statement that had some accusing him of being too politically correct. prior to departure to the u.s., trudeau told a woman he used the word mankind, he preferred to use people kind. well, now he says he was making a dumb joke. he suggested somehow his comment was taken out of context and says that's why i didn't actually place -- >> people get so worked up. >> over the little things. if you're heading to philadelphia for anything other than the super bowl parade, you might want to rethink your plan. >> philly is getting ready for the big celebration that is 50
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plus years until the making. they're shutting the place down, schools, government offices, museums, courts, all are closed today. city officials are expecting 2 million people to line the route for the first super bowl parade. >> and people started lining up last night in the rain, even, at philadelphia museum of art, which is the end of the parade route, meanwhile, he's asking fans to leave the beer at home. he also said knuckle heads should stay home as well. >> oh. >> not sure he will get his wish on either of those things. >> that might be tough. so the parade ends there at the rocky steps where i'm sure it's a perfect place for a celebration. ♪ >> i'm sure i'll be the only person doing that. >> yeah. i'm sure. when we come back we're kicking off the winter games. >> olympic torch is making its way closer to friday's opening
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ceremony. but there's already some sporting action underway. check out who just arrived at the olympic village. >> and from the ice and cold we take you straight to the desert for my big adventure there. big safari. but in the dark guess they think i just work at night. that worked out well. you are watching "world news now." ll. you are watching "world news now."
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well, we are taking you to well, we are taking you to the korean peninsula with the winter games are unofficially underway. the opening ceremony, pyeongchang, friday. >> but, competitors are already battling it out, guys. athletes are making their way to olympic village in south korea, about 100 miles outside the capitol of seoul. >> and we're getting geared up. the next 17 days of winter events. and so i would say are the thousands of people heading there right now from all over the world. >> security has been challenging, as usual. but that's become extra complicated because of the norovirus. they've removed 1200 security personnel and quarantined after several tested positive for the
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stomach bug. >> 1200. >> 900 military personnel have been deployed to fill in for the now out of commission security. >> we're off to a good start. let's check in at the olympic vailage. things have got to be good there. see who's there so far. i see the canadian people kind are there. >> yes. japan's delegation is also there. check them out on the left. they're flagged by columbia's team of four athletes on the right. >> oh, they're in the blue. and let's check out the north koreans. whoa! the cheerleaders. >> they're styling. >> making quite the entrance, wearing their red and black fur uniforms, 229 women in all, crossing the border into south korea as kim jong-un's cultural ambassador is being referred to as, quote, an army of beauties.
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>> and there's already fierce competition under way with team usa. the brother and sister curling team they took to the ice for mixed doubles tournaments and they defeated o.a.r. that is not the band, by the way. >> we love o.a.r., they rock. >> so the russian athletes were competing under these uniforms that said olympic athlete from russia. >> o.a.r. >> the athletes from russia, many of them were banned because of a doping scandal. so they're competing under radar russia. >> so they're russians -- >> they're not competing at russia though. they're olympic athlete from russia. >> good idea, ioc. >> so the hamiltons had much more accurate delivery than the russians. i mean the olympic athletes from russia. if you like curling, this is your month. it has one of the longest schedules of competition throughout the games. >> awesome. >> dare i say you, this is the only pair of hamilton tickets you will get for the next four years.
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>> congratulations to them. >> yes. team u.s.a. off to a good start and we'll be fun to watch the games. >> it will, indeed. almost as much fun as it will be to watch kendis taking to the slopes. >> different slopes. >> sandy slopes, perhaps. >> my night time desert safari next if you can see me. you are watching "world news now." "world news now." she pretty much lives in her favorite princess dress. but once a week i let her play sheriff so i can wash it. i use tide to get out those week old stains and downy to get it fresh and soft. you are free to go. tide and downy together.
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♪ i'm loving the opening music for this series. we're back with another edition off lifestyles of the rich and kendis, where we find ourselves in one of the pearls of the middle east, dubai. >> we showed you part one yesterday of our journey with that first class ticket on one of the most expensive flights in the world. we had to get off somewhere. we had a lot of fun, singing, dancing, drinking, so basically, "world news now." but we kept the party going. met at some swank hotel.
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that is just not like me. but, on the outskirts of town. >> really? >> yes. this is more me, my speed. >> reporter: we travelled an hour from the disney sky scrapers of dubai in search of the sand dunes. 60 years after lawrence ruled arabia comes kendis. >> who's he? >> i deem him one of the greatest alive of our time. >> that's nice of you to say. every night dozens gear up in these inauthenticing turbins and take off in these colorful open top jeeps to the dubai's desert conservation. it's an 87-mile square reserve owned bay prince. gwen stefani was here. so, like her, i wanted to connect with nature. at&t, no signal out here? >> hey, big boy.
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>> reporter: with cameras capturing our every move -- wait, where are the cameras? you'd think i'd be better at spotting them by now. the tour takes us deep into the massive former camel farm. we saw no camels, but plenty of gazelles. that's the arabian gazelle. >> we have more than 250 arabian gazelle. >> and many other indigenous animals roaming the landscape. and what a landscape. as the sun kissed the sand, it was perhaps the longest, unobstructive and beautiful sunsets i've ever seen. one of the most popular sports in this country is falcon racing. now i understand why. the raptors can soar up to 8,000 feet and go as fast as 150 miles an hour. tonight a demonstration of how they attack their prey.
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it can eat up to 10% of its body weight in three minutes. the adventure continuing after night fall. we're out here in the arabian desert. on a night time safari. you can't see me, can you? whose brilliant idea was it to have a black man do a nighttime safari in the first place? >> anyone else want to try it? >> camel milk? oh, yeah. it's warm. it has vitamin c. apparently, it helps impotency. the buffet style food, a range of lamb, beef and camel. doesn't help this vegetarian. but i can embrace this local entertainment. performers from a nearby town teaching us how to play this traditional drum. oh, okay. like that? it's like you can't work with me. and quickly giving up. i assume that's arabic for
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please make it stop. it's international. thank you. in the end, it was quite an adventure. and there i thought i was out here thirsty, looking for my queen. beyonce, i'm coming for you. i'm coming for you. ♪ >> maybe there was something extra in that camel milk i didn't know about. speaking of camel milk, there were no camels? >> there were, but my producer, got on the camel. you see him there. he embraced it. but they stunk so bad that i didn't want to go anywhere near. >> you did not ride a camel because you thought it smelled too bad? >> they smelled way too bad. chris enjoyed it though. how are your drumming skills? any better.
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all right, time for your mix here on this thursday. and we're laughing at americans who have found the most successful beauty secret. >> if you were ever wondering how kendis gets this beautiful glow. >> it's called hair and makeup. this is it. you are looking at it right now. >> eww. >> americans are choosing to smear snail -- oh, my god. just to look at the video. slime on their faces. snail muccen has been popular in ingredient in international cosmetics for decades. now the trend has arrived in america. now, they are actually putting it on -- eww -- on there. the creams are being sold by target and cvs.
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>> snail week. >> yeah. >> when are you going to give it a try? sounds like very luxurious thing. >> i started already, but it takes a good two years to work. >> i see. >> snail face. >> we'll have to keep looking at it. all right. over to lancaster, pennsylvania, where police are feeling very grateful this morning for a sketch of a criminal. witness -- a witness to the crime drew this and investigators have identified the perp as a result of the sketch. >> no way. >> they are now looking for hung wen, 44 years old, charged with two counts of theft after he allegedly impersonated a vendor and took money from a stand in central market in lancaster. they're now seeking tips on his whereabouts.
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now that they have identified the perp. >> he would have gotten away with it if not for the rascally kids at scooby-doo. >> maybe the sketch artist. >> yeah, exactly. so quite a police chase in fort worth, texas. take a look. it was a high-speed chase that is going viral. helicopters were there above the scene and beyond what they were chasing, we look to the right and who do you see? a ghostbusters van. ft. worth police tweeting out this photo saying, who you gonna call? apparently dfw ghost busters is a real thing. >> and apparently it's not just the dogs that can eat your homework. acton, ohio, now has a perpetrator when it comes to mail fraud. because that, my friends is a cow eating the mail.
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this thursday morning on "world news now." the surprising and shocking news out of the white house. a senior aide to president trump resigning overnight, in the face of allegations from his ex-wives. he calls their claims of physical and emotional abuse false and outrageous. so why is he stepping down? another government shut down looms tonight and they say they've struck a long-term deal. question is will the house go for it? new this half hour, making history. >> gerber goes with a surprise pick for baby of the year. hear what mom and dad are now saying about being in the spotlight. and while jaden smith is basking in the glow of his own success, his proud parents are keeping him in check by trolling him with the very same unique imagery in his unique music video. it's awesome we're going to show
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you dad's version in the this thursday, february 8th. >> announcer: from abc news this is "world news now." good morning to everybody on this thursday. we're going to start with what has been a fire storm for the white house. one of the president's top aides leaving the administration following domestic abuse allegations by his ex-wives. >> he was supposed to stay in his position as staff secretary to ensure a smooth transition but now he'll be out by the end of the week. we have the details on the allegations against him. >> reporter: he's one of president trump's top aides, a trusted adviser from day one. his staff secretary right by his side in the oval office. but rob porter resigned amid allegations he physically and verbally abused his two ex-wives. the women coming forward to tell their story in the daily mail and the online publication, the intercept.
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his first wife releasing a photo of her black and blue eye, saying porter punched her in the face more than a decade ago. press secretary sarah sanders reading a statement from porter. >> i will not further engage publicly with a coordinated smear campaign. >> reporter: porter writing "these outrageous allegations are simply false. i took the photos and the reality behind them is nowhere close to what is being described. i have been transparent and truthful about these vile claims." porter is romantically involved with white house communications director, hope hicks. the pair spotted out on the town recently in this photo. the white house messaging, crystal clear. porter was a valued part of the team and he was not forced out. >> i think that was a personal decision that rob made and one that he was not pressured to do. >> reporter: his first wife says "he would lay on top of me shaking me or rubbing an elbow or knee into me. he graduated to choking me, not ever hard enough to make me pass out or, frankly, to leave marks, but it was frightening and
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dehumanizing. his second wife says, he came to the shower and grabbed me by the shoulders. and telling the authorities he punched in the glass on the door "i called the police afraid he would break in." the allegations seeming to catch many in the west wing by surprise. does the president have any concerns about these domestic violence allegations raised against rob porter? >> i haven't spoken about the specific concerns? >> you haven't talked to the president about -- >> about whether or not he has specific concerns, i haven't asked him that question. >> has he seen photos of his ex-wife with a black eye? >> i don't know. >> and john kelly called him a man of true integrity and honor. in his first statement about porter's resignation. >> kelly issued a second statement saying he is shocked by the allegations and there is no place for domestic violence in our society.
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but he stands by the first comments about porter. you hear the title, office of the staff secretary. it might not sound like a very important role but this is a position that is normally called the nerve center of the white house. because this is a person responsible for all the paper work that gets to and from the president. so he really is in the nerve of the oval office. >> i'm sure this won't be the end of what we hear on the case. and a vote is expected today in a bipartisan budget deal brokered by senate leaders ahead of tonight's deadline to keep the government open. the two year bill offers an additional $300 billions in military and domestic spending and raises the debt ceiling with strict spending caps. the legislation does not address immigration, despite a threat from president trump to shut down the government if he didn't get the immigration changes that he wanted. but the president is now supporting this bill. >> while president trump threatens shut downs and stalemates, congressional
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leaders have done the hard work of finding compromise and consensus. >> i hope we can build on this bipartisan momentum. >> that said the bill faces an up hill battle in the house from conservative budget hawks and liberals. the house minority leader, nancy pelosi held the floor all day yesterday, speaking for a record eight hours straight in four-inch stilettos, mind you to protest the absence of a solution for dreamers, young immigran immigrants brought to the country as children. pelosi wants house speaker paul ryan to promise to open debate on the issue like majority leader, mitch mcconnell did in the senate. rex tillerson is warning that russia is already trying to mettle in the upcoming elections. the russians can easily adapt to any counter measures. tillerson says the u.s. thooz continue to make it clear if they don't stop, they will, quote, invite consequences.
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and the government is revealing that russia successfully hacked into a small number of u.s. voter registration roles. the head of homeland security says 21 states were targeted and hacked and managed to infiltrate several of them. but there's no evidence the registration roles were altered. north korea is making it clear, they are not interested in meeting with the u.s. at the winter games. kim jong-un's younger sister will be part of the north's official delegation at the games. she's the first member of the ruling family to ever visit south korea. rumors circulated that a meeting of the north korean and american delegations could happen. their official statement may have ended hope of that happening. the vice president is on his way to south korea overnight after speaking to u.s. troops at a base in japan. pence told them to stay vigilant, not fall for north korea's diplomatic attempts.
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during his stay in japan, pence said the u.s. would unveil the toughest and most aggressive round of economic sanctions on north korea ever. search and rescue teams in taiwan have been working around the clock to find survivors of the deadly earthquake. at least nine people were killed and hundreds injured in the quake. it toppled buildings in the coastal city. with aftershocks still rattling the city, at least 67 people are still missing. and snow turned the city of lights into the city of slush filled streets. paris is digging out from its heaviest snowfall in 31 years. six inches fell in the french capitol. >> and paris has been the argument for climate change with the floods a week or so ago and now this unusual snowfall. and snow from a major storm turned the northeastern u.s. into a dangerous mess. take a look. it's just moving offshore in the northeast. it's still drenching parts of the south.
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>> 10 separate crashes shut down the governor cuomo bridge in new york city. at least nine people were hurt there. there was also a jackknife tractor trailer approaching the bridge. outside washington, d.c., icy roads are being blamed for this, a pick-up truck slamming the front of a bakery in rockville, maryland. two workers were inside. amazingly no one was injured. and while the east battled snow, california has seen a week worth of record high temperatures. >> swimsuits have been out in places like santa cruz. temperatures have been as many as 20 degrees above normal in some of those areas and no one there has been complaining. >> it's incredible. >> i was in my bikini yesterday. >> a little bit of work. just enjoying the weather. >> hotels along the beach are doing unexpectedly well and some ski shops are running 50% off sales to try to move inventory. >> there you go. that's whose complaining. and we have apparently seen
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the last of starman. you might remember him. he rocked to fame on elon musk's tesla sportster. they were cargo on board the spacex heavy rocket. now, take a look at this picture. musk says it's the last picture of starman and the roadster on their way to mars. they're headed to orbit and the asteroid belt deep space. they're expected to reach mars in july. hi, starman. >> so, we won't see him ever again? there won't be an encounter with him? >> maybe the next time there's a random light in the sky, we have to wonder could it be starman coming back with a message? >> we just got to know him. coming up, we've got a sneak peek at the soon-to-be released "sports illustrated" swimsuit edition. the first images before hitting the newsstands and libraries everywhere. and get ready to party like it's 1999 because the spice
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girls have major news about that rumored reunion tour and the last piece of the puzzle now appears to finally fit. but first here's a look at today's forecast. k at today's forecast. today's forecast. ♪ if you want to be my lover you have got to give ♪ ♪ taking is to easy but that's the way it is ♪
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you're looking at the moment a traffic stop for a deputy near austin turned into a violent get away attempt. the driver took off dragging the deputy for about a half mile before she was able to use a taser on the suspect and stop the car. amazingly, the deputy suffered no injuries. the 22-year-old suspect was intoxicated and in possession of marijuana and prescription cough syrup. we're just hours away from philadelphia's first super bowl victory parade. police say they, too, are ready. >> local and federal law enforcement will keep an eye on the fans expected to line the route. the mayor is not expecting to see the kind of rioting like
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when they won sunday night. officers will be looking for any suspicious activity. there's a baby even more famous than kylie jenner's new born. >> he's just 1-year-old, but already a trail blazer. >> reporter: since 1928 this is the gerber baby everybody has known. the drawing still graces gerber protukts. at 91 ann's getting a little help these days representing the brand. meet lucas warren, gerber's 2018 spokes baby. his mom says he's out going, loves to play and loves to make people laugh and making history as the first gerber baby with down syndrome. but gerber makes no mention of that in the announcement, saying, simply, lucas was chosen out of the 140,000 babies for the twinkle in his eyes and the rose in his cheeks. his parents said they entered the contest on a whim. adding we can't wait to see how much he changes people's perception on what it means to be a baby with down syndrome.
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>> how cute is he. >> he is cute. the title means his parents will get some $50,000 in prizes. lucas will appear on gerber social media channels. >> amazing they say they entered on a whim. >> and i love that gerber said nothing about his condition. >> big congratulations to him. when we come back, will smith honors his son, jayden. and a baffling trade that. that bring see area to new york city. the skinny is next. the skinny is next. okay - let's try this. it says you apply the blue one to me. here? no... make every day valentine's day with k-y yours and mine. two sensations. one great way to discover new feelings together.
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♪ skinny, just give me the skinny ♪ skinny time. skinny in the house and the big headline today, the spice girls are getting back together and headed here to the united states. >> so they're spicing up your life. after years of convincing victoria beckham, posh spice. she's now fully on board with a reunion tour. the other spice girls have been wanting to do it. they have wanted one for years. some had given up hope,
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actually. >> they're working on lots of a merchandising possibilities but they're sticking with the classics. >> we saw them have lunch i believe a week or so ago and that started the rumors. last time we saw them together on stage was right there in london for the olympics, which was pretty cool. >> well, that's what i really, really want, what i really, really want. >> i wanna. >> i wanna. >> cigga, cigga. >> that's not how it goes. next, let's go to jaden smith, shall me? >> we've seen him wear a batman costume to prom and make lots of artistic statements. now his dad is straight up making fun of him. >> so jaden just put out a music video for his song, icon. his new album is named sire because jaden's sire, will decided to congratulate his son
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for reaching 100 million plays on spotify, by trolling him, with a parody version of the exact same video. you might notice. same look. dad with the grill, the big gold necklace. he swapped out the pants for some super rad dad shorts. >> the production value. look at them side by side. it is incredible. >> the facial expression is just priceless. >> the production is amazing. jayden actually loved it, responding, dad, this is actually the funniest thing i've seen in my life. you're the best dad anyone could ask for. >> it's so good. >> it is great. >> i love will smith. and now to some sports skinny news. those two don't often go together. as one of the most popular
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quarterbacks in the nfl just got traded to the yankees, the baseball yankees. that's right. those yankees. >> that doesn't make sense. >> remember bo jackson? >> that's true. bo knows. we're talking about russell wilson, seattle seahawks, super bowl winner, record breaker, one of the highest paid guys in the nfl. >> and husband to sierra of course. >> what he's best known for. this were married at a castle in england, they had a baby last year. >> back to the sports part. russell isn't going all in on baseball. the deal allows him to join the yankees for spring camp and back to seattle for the nfl season. he's just dipping his toe in the water. >> what if he's really good? >> he's just dipping his toe in the water to see how it is. i mean, if he really likes baseball, he could leave. doesn't seem to be going in that direction. >> so you have judge, carlos stanton and now wilson. yankees have it all. finally, to kevin hart. back on a winning streak after
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facing off against the fastest man in the world. >> yep. the security guard. hart was denied access to the stage after the eagles super bowl win. the philly native explained he was tipsy when he tried to get on the stage. >> you see him trying to talk himself into that. >> to the the world's most giant security guard it looked like. he appeared to be in top form as he raced usain bolt in the 10 meter dash. check it out. >> how is this possible. wait. kevin hart, beating usain bolt? here's the deal. bolt is 6'5". he gave heart, who is 5'4", a 30-meter head start for this race. >> it still was pretty close, by the way. so the two of them have been competing against each other on the show, "poker stars," so this adds to the whole spirit of friendly competition. >> i think given another 10
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yards, usain would have had him. >> heart ran a marathon. maybe he was training for this. >> we'll be right back. maybe he was training for this. >> we'll be right back.
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vicks sinex... breathe on. ♪ who knew a book on astrophysics would stay for so long? it's always nice to see the top rated books out there. if you're looking for lighter reading, we've got a sneak peek at the "sports illustrated" swimsuit edition. >> it's actually a really good read. >> of course. >> it's always one of the most popular editions and apparently selling swim wear. we have the first look. >> reporter: from christie brinkley to tyra banks, kate upton to ashley gram. >> i'm shaking. i'm so honored.
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>> reporter: the "sports illustrated" swimsuit edition frequently catapults models to superstardom. their annual issue aims to empower women everywhere. >> the women that are part of this issue, they're more than a beautiful face. they're beautiful minds, beautiful people. >> reporter: we're getting new images in her own words. out next week from the veteran, paulina to the rookie, brinkley cook. and the 6'2", robin lawly. artful nudes shot by an all female crew. >> they had complete creative control over the shoot. editor m.j. day has been putting it together for decades. you are taking it in a very purposeful direction. what does it mean to you? >> a mixture of what it's always been, which is celebrating beauty and a platform that gives women the confidence to love themselves the way they are. it's ridiculous there's only one type of pretty or people see one
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specific body type as that enviable body type. >> reporter: hoping "sports illustrated" swimsuits propels that body positivity conversation forward. who draws that line with sexy or sexualized? >> i don't have a problem if someone says it's over sexualized, because that's normal. i think human nature doesn't lend itself to one way or another but it should lend itself to acceptance. >> the articles. >> yeah. it's not that bad. >> he's speechless. he cannot focus at all. >> i saw the big red banner. i'm like, it's the cover. now i'm curious to see the cover. >> trying to search the internet. >> exactly. >> don't miss our updates on facebook on wnnfans.com. on facebook @wnn fans.com.
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making news in america this morning, a senior white house official, one of the president's closest aides, resigns amid allegations of domestic abuse. his ex-wife now speaking out. >> he came and grabbed me by the shoulders here and pulled me out of the shower in a rage. >> new details about when the white house knew about the accusations, and this morning, chief of staff john kelly's new statement after calling him a man of true integrity. an eye-opening warning about a risk on the road. a new study suggests the shocking number of car crashes blamed on drowsy drivers and what needs to be done about it. amazon scam? a couple keeps getting mysterious packages sent to their home even though they didn't order any of them. how this could be tied to a majo

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