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bio:renew. let life in. check out this video of a birmingham bround plane flying through severe ligening. the pilot was trying to avoid turbulence. the deadly storm left a trail of injuries and damage across the southeast. newly obtained documents are shedding light on what may have caused the bridge collapse. they were urged to move it 11
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feet, widening the gap between supports. such a move should have triggered a structural design, but apparently did not. six people died when the 950 ton concrete and steel bridge collapsed on several lanes of traffic west of downtown miami near a popular university. former playboy model who appears to have had an affair with president trump wants to speak out. >> she was once paid for the story, but it was never publishes. here is linsey davis. >> reporter: former playboy model is suing. she says she met trump in 2006 when "the apprentice" taped an episode at the playboy mansion. >> wow. >> reporter: she claims what came next was a 10-month romantic relationship.
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she's never told her story publicly. in 2015, at the time of the republican debate, she tweeted this photo. just before the election, she sold the rights to "the inquirer." she says they were buying her story to bury it. a tactic called catch and will. she was promised $150,000, two covers and 24 months of articles and columns. her lawyer urged her to sign the deal saying it would kick start her career claiming she was old now. many promises never materialized and it was resontly, her lawyer discussed it with trump's personal lawyer, michael cohen, the same who acknowledged paying another woman, stormy daniels to keep quiet about her afire with trump. >> do you have a nondisclosure agreement? >> do i? >> reporter: today, they released this picture of a polygraph, when asked, did you
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have unprotected sex with donald trump, she responded, yes. the suggestion they tried to silence her is without merit. a former "apprentice" former "a" he groped her and he says she lied. that trial could move forward. >> thank you. next, a way back wednesday as we chat about insync getting back together. and the fashion of britney spears. is it 1998 again? that's next in the skinny. 1998 nope. >> stop right there. i'm about to pop a cap of fresh in there. it's so raush and it's going to last if cares.
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♪ skinny, just give me "the skinny" ♪ >> it is skin any time. we are starting off with big news in the world of boy bands. ins insnyc is getting a star on the walk of fame. >> they will take a place in hollywood history april 30th.
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>> it's gonna be nice. >> because it's gonna be may, april 30th. >> if you think about it. >> the band sold over 30 million albums in the u.s. before splitting in 2002. lance bass teased them about a reunion. if they want to call it a reunion, that's fine, but there are no plans to make new music or go on tour. boo. >> the boy band legends like backstreet boys, boys 2 men, new kids on the block. where are 98 degrees? >> i know. >> and bb mack. >> there's still time. >> she dances, she acts, now a major modelling campaign to her resume. >> she prepares for las vegas residency, she's the face of the kenzo line. >> brittney, sporting thigh-high
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boots and barely there denim briefs and denim on top as well. wasn't denim on denim once a fashion crime? >> oh, but i think we have seen this look on britney before, haven't we? >> let's do the throwback machine, 2001, american music awards. >> there it is, the texas tuxedo. >> looking good. >> that lasted longer than their relationship. >> now a floral look going on. she's got a sporty look with the backpack going. that reminds me of her "hit me baby one more time" look. can you believe it's been 20 years since that song came out? >> that is insane. she had to have been like, so sad she was so young with those moves. >> she's 36 now and still looking great. kudos to you.
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jimmy kimmel turned 50 in november. one thing doctors recommend is get a colonoscopy. the test can be uncomfortable, so he brought moral support in the form of katie couric. >> he brought cameras along and they went where no camera has gone before. >> the goal is identify polyps. if we see any, we can remove them. >> then i can have it? >> ladies, i put an itunes gift card up there. whoever finds it, it's yours. >> everything went well, but we found interesting things and wanted to show you. >> we found your keys. some soldiers. you have been looking for those, haven't you? >> well played. jimmy, by the way, gave his doctor a test before the procedure. he is asking her to play operation. she successfully removed the butterfly from his stomach. >> a drugged up jimmy thanked
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everyone for invading his colon and shared information on how to get screened, of course. "the new york times" has a new best seller, john oliver's children's book about a bunny. >> not just any bunny. >> the vice president's gay bunny. >> back it up, shall we? he gave pence's view on gay marriage and complimented him for the bet bunny. >> while they are promoting their book about their bunny, john oliver put together a competing children's book about a boy bunny who falls in love with another boy bunny. >> that is number one on amazon's pre-order list ahead of james comey and the pence's book. >> by the way, frank is
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offended. >> this should be a best seller. >> frankly speaking, that should be the number one. >> good lines in here. >> he's a very good writer.
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well, finally this half hour he's a superstar to millions of kids yet many adults have never heard from him. >> his antics earned him a massive youtube following. he tells michael strahan, it's not all fun and games. >> he's the fast driving, prank fulling, larger than life social media star with a young fan base in the millions. but his critics say he can take it too far. last year lighting a giant blaze in his yard. they were saying he turned the street into a war zone, as captured by los angeles station, ktla. >> i wouldn't crawl up there. >> why. >> reporter: a lot of people are like he's out of bounds.
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how do you handle that criticism? >> we've since moved into a different neighborhood. and you have to figure out how crazy you can go with the videos. when a lot of people are watching you, sometimes you want to take it up to the next level. you have to learn what that level is. >> reporter: jake's brother logan under fire for posting a body of a fan in suicide forest. >> i don't expect to be forgiven, i'm here to apologize. >> reporter: i talked to your brother. who can is your audience? >> my audience is definitely younger. i'd say like eight years old until 16. that's where i try to cater the content towards. >> reporter: in august, he traveled to houston, helping families in the aftermath of hurricane harvey. >> do you need help? yeah? >> reporter: visiting students in parkland, florida.
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>> you want to be entertaining but sometimes you have to break it down and be real with them and show kids there are problems and other things in the world that are happening. a lot of these kids don't watch the news on a day-to-day basis. >> reporter: while he's posted videos of use zing arms -- >> coming on saying, we need to limit these things. >> reporter: what do you want to tell the parents out there whose kids watch your videos. >> i'm real. i'm going to make mistakes. it's more realistic than someone that seems perfect from the outside. these kids in school are going through a lot. they are going to get bullies, maybe a detention. they need to be shown how to deal with that and think positively and keep your head up. that's what i try to put out there. >> they have such an impact on young kids all over. >> jake and his brother, logan.
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good morning. i'm kendis gibson. >> and i'm diane macedo. here are some of the top headlines we're following right now on "world news now." austin, texas, is a city on edge. a busy day of chasing down leads ends with authorities swarming a goodwill store. but they say that was an unrelated explosion. we have details on that. it will be a miserable morning commute as the fourth nor'easter in three weeks brings heavy wet snow and high winds. schools in washington, philadelphia, new york city and beyond will be closed. law makers are working around the clock to avoid a looming shut down. a democratic aide says there's a dozen major sticking points over the $1.3 trillion spending bill. the government runs out of funds
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at the end of the day friday. details in the crown controversy. actress who played queen elizabeth was paid less than matt smith, who played prince philip. they have apologized to both actors for the pay disparity controversy. those are the top headlines today, march 21st. >> announcer: from abc news this is "world news now." good morning. we are following a major breaking story. a likely break in the week's long nightmare for the people of austin, texas. >> according to reports, police shot a suspect. >> it happened near interstate 35 and close to where a suspicious package was found hours ago. federal agents descended on the scene, along with police. they engaged one man in the city of round rock overnight. >> an affiliate says he
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detonated a device. police have not confirmed that. authorities are concerns there may be other bombs out there. austin police say they responded to more than 1200 reports of suspicious packages in the past week alone. >> again, a man is dead right now and this all in connection with the austin bombings that suspect also may have detonated a device as officers closed in on him. of course, we are going to continue to stay on top of this breaking news story. "good morning america" will have the latest in a live report. reporters are heading to the scene this hour. crisis support is set up for students who witnessed a shooting in maryland. the gunman is dead and two classmates are injured. here is lana zak. >> reporter: a male student armed with a handgun shot two
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students and the officer responded. >> capable resources officer that happened to be a s.w.a.t. team member. this is a tough guy who closed in quickly. i think while it's still tragic, he may have saved other people's lives. >> reporter: the shooter, identified as austin was killed. a 14-year-old male student and 16-year-old female student was seriously injured. the gunman may have had a prior relationship with the female victim in critical condition with life-threatening injuries. >> if you don't think this can happen at your school, you are sadly mistaken. >> reporter: the shooting took place in a school hallway and students reacted immediately, describing the scene on twitter. there was a loud sound and everyone started running. this incident happening days before a national march demanding action on gun violence and school safety. that was sparked by the deadly school shooting in parkland,
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florida at stoneman douglas high school. >> you don't expect it. we just had a walk out about gun violence. >> reporter: several threats made against the school in recent weeks. according to the sheriff's office, none were deemed to be credible. the sheriff says there were simply no warning signs. kendis? diane? >> lana, thank you. two students were arrested in florida after bringing knives to the school where 17 students were gunned down in february. authorities say the incidents at marjory stoneman douglas high -- yet, another incident, a guard has been suspended after he was allegedly caught sleeping on the job. a younger brother of the alleged shooter remains behind bars for allegedly trespassing. the arrest on monday caused
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parents to keep their kids home from school on tuesday. the other big breaking story, march madness, the weather edition. >> we are seeing the fourth nor'easter in three weeks. today is the first full day of spring. the mid-atlantic states are hard hit with heavy, wet snow. boston is only expecting 6-8 inches of snow. that's all. >> that's easy. this is a live picture overnight here. you can see the flags there are starting to blow on the parkway. philadelphia is expecting the worst. later this morning, city schools are already closed for the day. they are also closed in washington, d.c., baltimore, new york. more than half the flights at philadelphia airport have been canceled with delays and cancellations. you can see the winds are picking up. that's one of the things we have to deal with later on today. >> accuweather paul williams has the details on the forecast for us. good morning, paul. >> good morning, diane, kendis.
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this nor'easter is four for four. it's going to have an impact on the coast. we are looking for tremendous amount of snow between 12-18 inches along these southern border of pennsylvania, into maryland. 6-12 in d.c., philadelphia, new york, up toward the boston area. travel disruption, regional power outages, windy up the coast with gayle wind warnings with full effect. in the west with, it's going to feed into the heaviest rain in southern california. burn scar mud flows and localized flooding will be a problem. the moisture is going to inundate the west coast with rain between 4-6 inches. kendis? diane? >> paul, thank you. president trump's phone call to vladimir putin is raising eyebrows in washington. "the washington post" reports his aides told him not to congratulate him on his re-election. john mccain says the u.s. president should not be
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congratulating dictators on sham elections. they did not discuss russian meddling in the u.s. presidential election or the poisoning of a spy in britain. melania trump speaking out ability cyber bullying among the tech companies represented, mrs. trump was quick to respond about her position on cyber bullying, given her husband's own tweets. >> i'm well aware people are skeptical of me discussing this topic. i have been criticized for many for tackling this issue and i know that will continue. but, it will not stop me from doing what i know is right. i'm here with one goal, helping children and our next generation. >> during the campaign, mrs. trump said she would make combatting cyber bullying a main
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focus as first lady. the summit, yesterday, was the first public event on the topic since entering the white house 14 months ago. the ceo of cambridge analytical has been suspended. seen in this undercover video from britain's channel 4 bragging about his connections to the 2016 trump presidential campaign. using facebook data to target american voters based on specific personality traits. the pressure is mounting for facebook. >> the stage is set for what will be the most expensive governor's race in u.s. history. a billionaire easily won the illinois democratic primary after spending $70 million. the heir to the hyatt hotels had nearly half the vote, despite two challengers. he will face the republican incumbent governor, who had a tougher primary. the first term governor said he
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heard the message from conservatives who voted against him. the former private equity investor spent $15 million of his own. those were on the primaries. the race in november will be interesting. more powerful than the force on social media. >> black papter dethroned "star wars" to become the most tweeted movie. a new record adds to an impressive list of accomplishments. >> it holds marks for best review live action superhero movie. highest grossing solo superhero movie and passed the $1 billion mark in ticket sales. >> most consecutive at number one, beating "avatar." >> it's doing well. >> yeah, it's doing all right. >> doing well. coming up, it is weird science wednesday. >> we have alarming news about a space station that appears to be coming back to earth and not in a good way.
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taking a look at a massive fire at an oil storage tank in singapore. it took firefighters six hours to get the flames under control. no fatalities reported, but no word, yet, on what caused the fire. now, today is an important day in minneapolis. you'll recall the incident of an unarmed woman last summer. the shooting sparked outrage. now the officer who fired that shot has been charged. >> he's set to make his first court appearance and faces up to 35 years in prison if convicted. alexer pez -- perez has the story. >> reporter: justine damon called police for help but minutes later was dead. prosecutors are charging the minneapolis police officer with who shot her with third degree murder and manslaughter. >> the officer did not act reasonably and abused his authority to use deputy force. >> reporter: back july 15th, she called police to report a possible assault.
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>> female behind the building. >> reporter: the officers responded to the dark alley revealing the officers just relayed a code four to dispatch indicating they were safe. suddenly, a noise startled them. he shoots out of the driver's side window. >> he reaches across in front of his partner and shoots his gun at an object he can't see. that's evidence off a depraved mind in my opinion. >> reporter: officer noer's attorney says his actions were consistent with his training and departmental policy. if convicted faces up to 35 years behind bars. al ex -- alex perez abc news. >> story does not make any sense. she was just weeks away from getting married. she's from australia. so it got a lot of international headlines. of course, that trial will be followed closely. >> very sad story. coming up saudi arabia's charm offensive.
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♪ i'm going to knock you out mama said knock you out ♪ ♪ i'm going to knock you out all right. mama say knock you out and boxing is one of the many things women in saudi arabia are discovering for themselves, thanks to the middle eastern countries recent attempts to modernize. >> but they still have a long, long way to go. here now is our report from "nightline." >> reporter: a women's boxing class -- >> go, go, go. >> reporter: in, of all places, saudi arabia. the country where the dominant image of women is like this. >> hitting a bag or pads or punching something makes you feel happy and empowered and strong. >> throw your left, back to your face. >> reporter: she's the first and only female boxing and kick boxing trainer in the kingdom of
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saudi arabia. a true revolutionary. what would you say to americans who have a stereotype about saudi arabia and the society? >> there's so much more to us and to saudi's and skrab. >> reporter: on a recent trip, everywhere we went, the change was palpable. back at the gym, after her workout, she puts on her long head scarf, still required dress by saudi women in public. >> mine is colorful. >> reporter: it is. she tells us the bright colors were unheard of a decade ago. so much forbidden for so long. she talks about the country's strict past. >> before it was scared of the religious believes. if you were sitting with someone who was your cousin. >> reporter: a man? >> a man. and they are not your brother or father or whatever, they would
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actually, they could jail you. >> reporter: we visited the set of the first commercial film ever shot in saudi arabia as they announced movie theaters will open this spring. and in the desert -- this is incredible. rap in saudi arabia. this concert would have been unheard of in this country a year ago, maybe a few months ago. one thing remains the same, this barrier, men on this side, women on the other side. for years the oppressive regime banned all concerts, all music, even recorded music in restaurants. afterwards we catch up with the promoter. >> it's time for us to do the change. >> reporter: it's time for change? it's your time? >> yeah. >> reporter: nearly 70% of saudis are under 30. but one of of the biggest changes has yet to occur. go carts.
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after decades of protest and campaigning, saudi women will finally be permitted to drive this summer. but for now, some women come here, the roar of the engine, the smell of gasoline, a sense of freedom. is there anybody in your family or among your friends who say you should not drive? >> yes. my family and my friends because -- [ speaking foreign language ] >> reporter: while women will be able to drive, they will not be able to move around freely. women will still require permission of a male guardian to go anywhere. signs of the old saudi arabia still strong here. it's all men. no women are allowed. after prayers, we tried to talk to people. do you like to change the greater freedoms for women? >> translator: there are changes that i like but i'm opposed to the driving.
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>> reporter: there is so much tradition in this country and that tradition is so powerful. and yet if anyone can break down the walls that still exist here, halal and her sluggers might have a shot. do you love your country? >> i do. actually, i really do. i feel like what i'm doing is necessary in so many ways and i know we use the word empowerment so much, but it really is that. >> reporter: the desert kingdom will never be the same. for "nightline," i'm terry moran in saudi arabia. >> i like it. i like it a lot. >> does that empower you? >> put your hand down and i'll show you. >> that's cool. you can drive me around any, any day. >> oh, thank you very much. that's very kind of you. >> driving ms. lazy over here. weird science is next.
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♪ so this might be one of our last weird science because there's a certain thing that is falling to earth fairly soon. yeah. so there's a chinese space station that's been falling since 2016 and expected to crash back to mother earth between march 30 and april 6. >> what? >> a lot of times we say these things and it's going to break up in space. no, no, no. 10 to 40% of this space station will remain in tact. >> do we have bruce willis and the gang on it yet? >> exactly. it is expected to hit the northern parts of the u.s., including boston, des moines and
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milwaukee and other parts. >> wow. >> yeah. >> all right, we have to keep an eye on that one. all right over now to a new study on essential oils. you like that? >> it smells great. >> it smells really nice, right? we hear a lot of benefits of essential oils. now a new study is finding a link between abnormal breast growth in young boys and the use of lavender and tea tree oils. apparently, the oil that is are used in soaps, lotion, hair styling products, they can mess with your endocrine system and hormones. essentially they say they can give you moobs. you really should stop. you look a little different, my friend. >> i don't think it works. >> there's something wrong with your shirt. >> whoa. i gained like a double "d" all of a sudden. >> wait, that was quick. that was very effective. hold on. >> it's not a miracle worker.
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>> it's not working. can we move on from something that gives you moobs to, you ever get in the shower and you are shampooing and you really want a bacon or a bagel. >> sorry. >> you can't take me serious. for real, my eyes are up here. >> you have to show them your profile. all right. we don't have to smell essential oils because we have different kind of scents. >> so, the einstein brothers have come up with cheesy shampoo and wakin' bacon. >> how do they smell? >> that's weird. >> it will have you looking incredible and feeling edible. >> this is even weirder than your moobs. all right. over to a fish who rather than enjoying bacon shampoo and conditioner is enjoying some beer.
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this morning on "world news now" another police incident in austin. >> officers race to a goodwill store hours ago, fearing another package bomb, but ruling it unrelated to the recent bombing spree. so are authorities any closer to a suspect? our expert is standing by live. and bracing for more snow. a storm starting to pound the northeast at this hour. more than a foot of snow expected in some places. schools and flights have been cancelled. we're tracking it live. and a fire storm over president trump's congratulatory call to vladimir putin. no talk of the election meddling or poisoning of a former spy. some republicans are outraged. we are breaking the bank at "world news now." we are going way over the budget with a road trip outside the new york city area.
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>> what? >> i know, even with the tolls at the lincoln at $15. >> wow. we have the latest cameos in the lifestyles of the rich and kendis, as well as a man on a horse. this wednesday, march 21st. >> announcer: from abc news this is "world news now." >> a horse is a horse of course, of course. >> that was my first time ever on a horse. >> really? >> yeah. apparently, you are supposed to be a natural. the horse can sense when you fear. >> were you a natural? >> completely. i got knocked off that horse. we are going get to that later on. we're going to start with with a city on edge. the city of austin. it's 2 million people are on edge because of a string of explosions. >> the latest happened at a goodwill store. a military item mistakenly donated to the store detonated, injuring one person. authorities say that incident is not connected to the recent serial bombings. >> but two others earlier in the day are.
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both caused chaos and lockdowns at a fedex facility. our coverage begins with with reporter tom abraham. >> reporter: central texas is on high alert. yet another neighborhood was rocked by a new explosion. >> this incident is not related to any of the other incidents in austin. this was an old military type ordinance that initiated in this person's hand and did cause injury. >> reporter: this one, supposedly not connected. an incendiary device, nonetheless. the explosion happening hours after a morning blast at a fedex center near san antonio. that explosive package was shipped from the austin fedex facility, now swarmed with police as hundreds of police ana federal agents are racing against the clock. finally, what could be a break through in the investigation. fedex says they have turned over another package and turned it over authorities.
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>> it will tell you about the expertise. it may give you a greater likelihood of tracking down the materials he used. >> reporter: police say the new packages show he's growing more sophisticated. >> people are scared. you would be too. you know, random packages showing up, explosives going off, people dying for no reason. >> reporter: despite the federal presence with fbi and atf working multiple scenes here in austin, the investigation is still under the lead of the austin police department. reporting from austin, texas. >> we appreciate it, tom and the fbi, the atf are all joining the local police authorities. >> joining us now by phone, abc contributor, former fbi counterterrorism official, steve gomez is with us. steve, with this latest incident determined not to be related to the others, where do you see the
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investigation at this point? doesn't sound like they have that many leads? >> caller: it doesn't sound like they have leads, but they have six devices, five of them have exploded and one had not exploded and they were able to do a measure on that device where they can do examination of that device, along with the five. so now they have the ability to look at the signature of the bomb maker. that is going to be very helpful for investigators. that's going to tell them about the ignition system and the detinator, various other parts of those devices and that will help them with sending out leads, doing interviews, trying to figure out where all those materials were purchased. that will help with the public tips as well. >> late last night, the attorney general saying they're close to getting a suspect in custody. that may have been speculative on his part. but, that said, with six devices they are closes to finding that person.
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>> caller: yes, i believe so. with each device, there are more circumstances that they can look at, not only with the device, but where it was planted. we've got various places this suspect went to three homes. he planted the bomb right on their porch and you have the trip wire situation and two devices sent to fedex. so, those are going to be very helpful for the investigation. >> and i imagine the fact that one of these was not detonated is also, probably, a big help. the other thing that stuck out was the fact that the package came from austin, went to san antonio, destined back to austin. what do you make of all these clues? >> we already started to believe because of the scrutiny law enforcement was bringing down on to austin, the bomber was probably going to change up his method of delivery. he chose to go to the fedex
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locations and to send out the packages out of austin, into another area. that's probably consistent with his sophistication. he realizes that they are going to start trying to close in on him. so he's going to move to a different jurisdiction. it's very important for the public to understand because we may not be looking at just austin, maybe other parts of texas. who knows, we may go to another state near texas. >> frightening concept in and of itself. it does appear to be a very brazen bomber on the loose deep in the heart of texas this morning. thanks to steve gomez there. >> steve, thank you. we're going to move on. breaking overnight, the northeast is getting ready for its fourth major storm in three weeks. >> 15 states are bracing for heavy, wet snow, sleet and strong winds. thousands of flights in and out of the northeast have been canceled. new jersey's governor has declared a state of emergency. >> schools are closed in new york, philadelphia and
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washington as well as other smaller districts. >> this is the scene in philadelphia. wet streets. things are calm. the heaviest snowfall will start after this morning's commute. >> accuweather's paul williams joins us live with all the details. good morning. >> good morning. and with good reason are they closing a lot of those areas in the state of emergency. we're taking a look right now, a punch of cold air behind this low pressure system. it's a dual system. the low pressure sliding across the region. look at these amounts. we're looking at 12-18 along the pennsylvania/maryland line. for d.c., possibly 3-6. philadelphia, 6-12. 6-12 in new york. so the storm impact through tonight, travel disruption, regional power outages, windy along the coast. in fact, wind wills gust up to 35-40 knots. that's the beginning of the storm system coming into fruition. >> it seems like we have been part of a pattern for a while now. i mean, look down beyond the road, is there something else
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that might be coming up beyond this? >> the problem is, every one of these storms have had the same general path walking along the east coast. as we look at the latest models we're going to start at 6:00 in the morning. we're looking at the green, that's the rain. the blue is indicating snow. by 6:00 we're looking at it walking its way through philadelphia, new york and boston by 4:00. widespread snow. this is where the heavy impact. it basically goes pow. then, we're looking for more additional snow showers wednesday night into the 11:00 hour. not until thursday are we out of philadelphia, but hovering by thursday morning and impacting the boston area. >> we know it's bad when you say pow, describing the weather. paul, i would love to say it's great to talk to you, but it's not always in this case. paul williams with us in accuweather. thank you, paul. >> we learned that in meteorologist school, pow. moving on an armed school
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resource officer is credited with saving lives during yet another high school shooting. >> officers rushed into a high school after a 17-year-old shot two classmates. the deputy confronted the teen. both fired at each other. the alleged shooter was killed, though police haven't said how. parents and students reunited after a lockdown was lifted. the victims, a 14-year-old boy and 16-year-old girl both survived. the girl said she and the shooter had a prior relationship. president trump has congratulated the russian president vladimir putin of winning his re-election. but his call has upset many people, including republicans. "the washington post" says his national security advisers told him not to congratulate the russian leader. senator john mccain blaised trump for doing so. the president did not discuss russia's alleged interference in the 2016 u.s. election or the poisoning of a former russian spy in britain.
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over in britain, prince william gave a rare honor. >> from now on, we refer to the beatles drummer as sir ringo. >> and bandmate sir paul mccartny was knighted in 1997. >> a long time before ringo. >> we are going to check out one of the hottest hotels in the world. any guesses on where? we are going to see why my surroundings seem vaguely familiar. we'll have more headlines including the college senior found dead while on spring break. you are watching "world news now." while on spring break. you are watching "world news now."
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that will be here for you now - and down the road. i have a lifetime of experience. so i know how important that is. a major collision between two container ships sent expensive cargo to the bottom of the harbor. this happened in pakistan. the containers that tumbled in the water were carrying imported cars. pakistan's navy is helping with the recovery. back here we're just learning about the death off a massachusetts college student in mexico city. >> 21-year-old andrew majored in economics and played football.
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originally from cleveland, he was visiting mexico on spring break when he died last week. his death is now under investigation. neither the college or state department would provide any new details. we are hearing new details about the death of a pennsylvania college student in bermuda. authorities say that st. joseph's university freshman was found near the base of a significant drop. his cell phone and wallet were still with him. an autopsy is scheduled for later today. united is suspending their cargo service for pets after a series of mishaps with pets. first, a dog died after being put in an overhead bin. another dog was mistakenly placed on a flight to japan. no new reservations will be taken while the policies are under review. coming up, lifestyles of the rich and kendis. >> a trip down memory lane as we head outside the new york area, next. as we
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head outside the new york area, next.
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♪ girl you want to come to my hotel ♪
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is that r. kelly? >> i love this song, wow! from the legendary historic plaza, lifestyles of the rich and kendis has scoured the world, that is hotels over looking central park. >> yeah. so our hotel profiles have been fairly limited to a two-block portion of new york city. it's all the budget will allow. until today. we branch out. >> reporter: for the first time, we'll be touring hotel outside the greater new york area. the washington post said shined with history's luster. named one of travel and leisure's best hotels in the world. so where is it? london or miami? >> nope. san francisco? l.a.? nope. >> it's actually right here in baltimore.
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let's head on over. how we roll. all right. off we go. of course we're in a bentley. >> greetings, mr. gibson. wonderful to have you. >> thank you for having me i expected to be in a yellow cab. >> we're in baltimore's famed bells point neighborhood, now home to the brand-new high-end hotel. let's be honest, baltimore has its share of urban blight. often captured on tv and in the movie. but the city, now in the midst of a renaissance and opening of the hotel featuring 128 rooms right on the harbor. >> welcome to your home away from home. >> i can't wait. wow. oh, that's awesome.
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it's been great. just kidding. >> oh, thank you. >> how do you enjoy your suite? >> the entrance is great. >> fantastic. >> wow. this is one of the four signature suites at the hotel. >> look at this place. >> isn't it great? i may be bias, but to me, one of the best rooms on the east coast. >> reporter: this is a legit bar. it's clearly ready for a party. walking around is like stroll in the history books. called the recreation pier, it's where thousands of immigrants disembarked in the early 1900s as they arrived in the u.s. for the first time. a set of tv series, including "life on homicide street" and a certain reporter got a behind-the-scenes look. >> this show shot and edited unlike any on television. >> abandoned for years, the owner of under armor spend $100 million to transform it to what it is today.
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the hotel featuring its own, rare and pricey botaro. can i hop on top? the experience will cost you about $1,000. the bedroom that leads to the patio. but, that's in addition to your $7500 to $12,000 suite. but it also includes adventures outside the property. what's up? how's it going? should we do it? the distillery across the harbor, part of this experience. water taxi drops you off and you head to the distillery. v.i.p. guests get to cork their own barrel of rye whiskey. those with arm strength, i guess. and, yes, i lift. is that as strong as they got? from the distillery, guests like myself get to shuttle 45 minutes away to a farm where i got to
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hop on a horse for the first time and got to live out my blazing saddles fantasies. >> hoo ray! >> excuse me while i whip this out. ♪ happy trails to you >> bravo, my friend. >> so many different things. the shoulder pads from that -- >> oh, my goodness. the black top to go with it. >> i think it was even a jerry curl flat top, but in the same building they converted. >> it looks different than it did back then. >> it really does. look at that. >> by the way, i didn't know
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sean spicer went into the hotel business. great to see he landed on his feet. business.
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time for the mix and we're going to start off with a story that's going to tug on your heart strings a little bit. maybe even yours. so, we go back to the story of amanda and katie. they are identical twin who is were separated at birth in south korea, 33 years ago. they finally met for the first time thanes to dna testing service, 23andme. one grew up in arizona, the other in california. they both ended up being adopted by american parents. so amanda decided to take this 23andme dna test. no big deal, nothing came of it. katie took it and they came back 100% dna match through the whole
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connection with 23andme and they were able to connect. >> after 33 years. >> after 33 years. get this, one of them, katie, was found at a basket in an orphanage and amanda was taken in by a street vendor. back in south korea when they were orphaned. >> they have a fascinating story behind them. >> both in the u.s. and both took the same test. >> pretty cool. remember we told you about flippy, the robotic kitchen arm that's been flipping burgers at cali burger? flippy is now unemployed. yeah. the folks from cali burger say flippy just failed to move as fast as the human cali burger employees. flippy is a slacker. >> they are no longer going to have him flipping burgers. the necknology is not about
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replacing jobs, flippy is a third hand, just not very fast. >> bye, flippy. >> bye. over to north carolina where a member of tiger world, apparently, was feeling playful. that's a lion wanting desperately to play with a young baby looking in. >> are we sure it's play? >> yeah, of course. he's trying to get to know his new friend. they managed to get the whole thing on video. totally just trying to play. look. hi. >> i wonder what that lion is thinking. >> trying to give her a high five. >> i would totally get at you if not for this glass. okay, so cute video. a pup enjoying a game on ipad. so, apparently, this is a thing. a 10 week-old pup, can barely contain her excitement there. >> that's hilarious. >> so, a lot of doggy parents do this. it's a daschund that made an attempt to catch the on-screen fish there.
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this morning on "world news now" just days after this, the northeast gets a repeat today. snow from virginia to maine. thousands of flights canceled and schools are closed. and in the west the largest storm of the season hitting california right now. accuweather joining us live. also breaking right now another incident in austin. police say the latest device was not related to a string of bombings but as one resident put it "we are all on edge." and new this half hour, fighting the so-called catch and kill. a former playmate claims her story was bought by the president's friend to buy her silence. now, she's fighting back. in the skinny, britney spears, you, play. adding a new skill to her resume. but just how new are these
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looks? really? it's wednesday, march 21st. ♪ give me a sign ♪ hit me baby, one more time announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> you got the moves. whoa. >> something like that. >> is that what it is? >> sorry. makes me a little nostalgic. >> of 25 years ago when brittney hit the scene there. all right. we'll get to that later on. or 20 years ago. we'll get to that later on. but there are several major stories on the weather front, including that massive storm out west. some are calling it the four' easter. it's the fourth nor'easter this month. >> it will soon be snowing here in new york. schools will be closed here today. it's not coming down just yet. we are preparing. classes are canceled in washington, boston and philadelphia. so far, boston schools are only calling off after school activities.
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>> and most flights in and out of the mid-atlantic states are grounded. greyhound is rearranging their schedule. >> reporter: meanwhile, 30,000 california residents have been told to evacuate. a massive storm could cause mudslides and flooding. and paul williams is here with the forecast. it's a mess today. >> you know it's a lot to deal be -- with because on one side of the country, we're dealing with massive rains. heavy rain potential. we're looking at, perhaps, two to four inches. burn scar, mud flows is going to be a problem as well with the localized flooding. the subtropical moisture is like the pineapple express is what it's referred to. it's going to feed into the showers along the coastal regions. it's not going to let up there. it simply won't let up.
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watching for road closure and flooding. rainfall. the problem is we simply don't have the vegetation to slow all the flooding down. typically, the plants would suck up all that water. when they are not there, that natural nature sponge is not available. >> paul, as we keep our focus on the west coast, some of this is beneficial precipitation, but that area has been under drought conditions for some time now. >> it has. i'm glad you brought that up. not only that, but when you combine it with the burn scar debris from the record setting fires, combine it with the winds. look at this. we are not looking at heavy, but very heavy in southern california. too much of a good thing in such a short period of time spells disaster when you have a scarred up and burned landscape. that, combined with the lack of vegetation is setting up for mudslides and flooding. you could have problems with rock slides as well. >> we have issues on the east coast.
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what can you expect there? >> we have this monster of a storm. we are fourth here. we are looking for this cold air to creep in behind this low pressure system as it walks along the east coast, looking for widespread, heavy snowfall through the the mid-atlantic as well as the northeast. now, you can see right in this area, along 70 and 81, this is actually along the southern borders of pennsylvania and maryland. we are watching out for 12-18 inches of snow there. 6-12 in new york, philadelphia, and up toward the boston area. we are looking for travel disruptions, regional power outages. very windy along the coast. we have gayle wind warnings. kendis? diane? >> we are following a major breaking story. a likely break in the weeks long nightmare for the people of austin, texas. according to local reports police shot and killed a suspect. >> the shooting of that suspect occurred near interstate 35 north of austin and where a
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suspicious package was found hours ago. federal agents descended on that scene along with austin police. they engaged one man in the city of round rock overnight. >> abc affiliate in austin reports he detonated a device. police have not confirmed that. authorities remain concerned there may be other bombs out there. the series killed two and wounded four others. police responded to 1200 reports of suspicious packages in the past week alone. >> we are going to stay on top of that news story. "good morning america" will have the latest in that live report. police are trying to figure out what led to the nation's latest school shooting, this one 60 miles from washington, d.c. officers swarmed great mills high school in maryland after a student fired at two classmates. the gunfire set off chaos inside the building.
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kenneth motan is there. >> reporter: police on the scene seconds after a shootout in this southern maryland school. >> front entrance of the high school, please, front entranceer of the high school. >> reporter: 1400 students inside, many hiding under their desks. >> anybody need medical treatment? >> no. >> reporter: the gunman walked into great mills high school with a glock semiautomatic handgun and shot two students and it could have been worse if not for the school resource officer. he responded in less than a minute. >> he pursued the shooter, engaged that shooter during which he fired a round at the shooter, simultaneously, the shooter fired a round as well. >> reporter: students barricaded themselves inside the classrooms. >> once i found out it was a shooter, a live shooter, i started freaking out. >> reporter: you heard the shots? >> yeah, i was 20 feet away from
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it. >> reporter: the gunman pronounced dead at the hospital. >> if you don't think this can happen at your school, you are sadly mistaken. >> reporter: the shooting comes during a national call to action to make schools safer. in days before thousands are expected in washington, d.c. for the rally, in response to the parkland, florida school massacre. >> we expect they will attend the march for our lives rally. they joined other young people across the country for the walkout calling for stricter gun control laws. as for the shooting here, local and federal law enforcement are trying to figure out the gunman's motive. kenneth motan, maryland. president trump is warning of dire consequences if the democrats take control of the house of representatives this fall. at a fund-raiser, he said democrats would make borders less secure, and raise taxes. he kept up on an attack from a
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congresswoman from california. >> the democrats think they are invincible. i mean, i watch this maxine waters. you ever seen maxine waters? a low iq individual. low iq. >> maxine waters intern referred to the president as conman don. president trump, meanwhile, told republicans he will campaign on their behalf for the midterm elections. lawmakers have been working to avoid a looming government shutdown. funding ends on friday. paul ryan said they are ready to attach the gun background check bill to build bipartisan consensus around the 1$1.3 trillion package. housing secretary, ben carson made his first public comments about the $31,000 dining room set for his office. >> it was ordered, then canceled after a public outcry.
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>> kor carson said he was involved in selecting a new dining set, but left the details to his wife. so, he admits he was involved, after all. carson says, if it was up to him, his office would look like a hospital waiting room. >> he only learned of the furniture purchase through news reports, after all that. coming up, jimmy kimmel takes cameras where no cameras have gone before. his first colonoscopy. and katie couric was there, too. >> insync is reuniting. all the details in "the skinny." you are watching "world news now." "
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feet, widening the gap between supports. such a move should have triggered a new structural design, it did not. six people died when the 950 ton concrete and steel bridge collapsed on several lanes of traffic west of downtown miami near a popular university. former playboy model who claims to have had an affair with president trump is now taking legal action to speak out. >> she was once paid for the story, but it was never publishes. here is linsey davis. >> reporter: former playboy model is suing. she says she was tricked into signing an agreement to keep quiet about an alleged affair with president trump. she says she met trump in 2006 when "the apprentice" taped an episode at the playboy mansion. >> wow. beautiful. >> reporter: she claims what came next was a 10-month romantic relationship. she's never told her story publicly.
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in 2015, at the time of the republican debate, she tweeted this photo. just before the election, she sold the rights to "the inquirer." it's owned by a close friend of the president. she says they were buying her story to bury it. a tactic called catch and will. she was promised $150,000, two covers and 24 months of articles and columns. her lawyer urged her to sign the deal saying it would kick start and revitalize her career, given that she was old now. she was 45 at the time. many promises never materialized and it was recently she learned her own lawyer discussed it with trump's personal lawyer, michael cohen, the same lawyer who acknowledged paying another woman, stormy daniels to keep quiet about her affair with trump. >> do you have a nondisclosure agreement? >> do i?
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>> reporter: today, they released this picture of a polygraph, when asked, did you have unprotected sex with donald trump, she responded, yes. the suggestion they tried to silence her is without merit. in the meantime, a former "apprentice" contestant who claims trump groped her and he says it's a lie. that trial could move forward. linsey davis, abc news, new york. >> thank you. next, a way back wednesday as we chat about insync getting back together. and the fashion of britney spears. is it 1998 again? that's next in the skinny. is it 1998 again? that's next in the skinny. 1998 nope. >> stop right there. i'm about to pop a cap of fresh in there. it's so raush and it's going to last if cares.
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♪ skinny, just give me "the skinny" ♪ >> it is skinny time. we are starting off with big news in the world of boy bands. insnyc is getting a star on the hollywood walk of fame. >> justin, jc, lance, joey and chris will be tearing up the sidewalk and taking their place in hollywood history april 30th.
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>> it's gonna be nice. >> because it's gonna be may, april 30th. >> if you think about it. >> the band sold over 30 million albums in the u.s. before splitting in 2002. lance bass teased them about a reunion last year saying if people want to call the walk of fame star a reunion, fine but we have no plans to make new muse zic or go on tour. boo. >> the boy band legends like backstreet boys, boys 2 men, new kids on the block. new edition. >> wait, where are 98 degrees? >> i know. and bb mack. >> there's still time. >> she dances, she acts, now a britney spears can add a major modelling campaign to her resume. >> she prepares for las vegas residency, she's the face of the kenzo line. >> brittney, sporting thigh-high
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boots and barely there denim briefs and denim on top as well. wasn't denim on denim once a fashion crime? >> oh, but i think we have seen this look on britney before, haven't we? >> let's do the throwback machine, 2001, american music awards. >> there it is, the texas tuxedo. >> stay strong. >> looking good. looking good. >> that lasted longer than their relationship. >> back to present day. here she is with a floral look going on. she's got a sporty look with the backpack going. that reminds me of her "hit me baby one more time" look. backpack and school thing, you know? can you believe it's been 20 years since that song came out? >> that is insane. she had to have been like, so sad she was so young with those moves. >> she was 16. she's 36 now and still looking great. kudos to you. jimmy kimmel turned 50 in
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november. one thing doctors recommend is get a colonoscopy. the test can be uncomfortable, so he brought moral support in the form of katie couric. >> he brought cameras along and they went where no camera has gone before. >> the goal is identify polyps. if we see any, we can remove them. >> then i can have it? >> well, i don't know if you really want it. >> by the way, ladies, i put an itunes gift card up there. whoever finds it, it's yours. >> everything went well, but we find a few interesting things we wanted to show you. >> we found your keys. some soldiers. you have been looking for those, haven't you? >> well played. jimmy, by the way, gave his doctor a test before the procedure. here he is asking her to play operation. she successfully removed the butterfly from his stomach. >> that's where i always get it
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wrong. a very drugged up jimmy thanked everybody for invading his colon and shared information on how to get screened, of course. "the new york times" has a new best seller, john oliver's children's book about a bunny. >> not just any bunny. >> the vice president's gay bunny. >> back it up, shall we? on sunday night, oliver gave hbo viewers a view on gay marriage and complimented him for the bunny. >> while they are promoting their book about their bunny, john oliver put together a competing children's book about a boy bunny who falls in love with another boy bunny. >> that is number one on amazon's pre-order list ahead of james comey and the pence's book. >> right now, they are on their second ordering. they are reprinting that book. >> by the way, frank is offended. >> this should be a best seller.
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>> frankly speaking, that should be the number one. >> good lines in here. >> he's a very good writer. here. >> he's a very good writer.
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well, finally this half hour he's a superstar to millions of kids yet many adults have never heard from him. >> his antics earned him a massive youtube following. he tells michael strahan, it's not all fun and games. >> good morning, people. what is going on? >> reporter: he's the fast driving, prank pulling, larger than life social media star with a young fan base in the millions. but his critics say he can take it too far. last year lighting a giant blaze in his yard. neighbors saying he turned the street into a war zone as captured by los angeles station, ktla. >> i wouldn't crawl up there. >> why. >> reporter: a lot of people are like he's over the top, he's out
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of bounds. how do you handle that criticism? >> we've since moved into a different neighborhood. and you have to figure out how crazy you can go with the videos. when a lot of people are watching you, sometimes you want to take it up to the next level. you have to learn what that level is. >> reporter: jake's brother logan under fire for posting a video of a dead body in japan's so-called suicide forest. he's since apologized. >> i don't expect to be forgiven, i'm here to apologize. >> reporter: i talked to your brother. he makes videos for people his age. a lot of kids see that. who is your audience? >> my audience is definitely younger. i'd say like eight years old until 16. that's where i try to cater the content towards. >> reporter: in august, he traveled to houston, helping families in the aftermath of hurricane harvey. >> do you need help? yeah? >> yeah? >> reporter: visiting students in parkland, florida. >> you want to be entertaining
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but sometimes you have to break it down and be real with them and show kids there are problems and other things in the world that are happening. a lot of these kids don't watch the news on a day-to-day basis. >> reporter: while he's posted videos using assault weapons in the past -- >> this is the best. >> reporter: what he saw in parkland has him demanding change. >> i grew up around guns but saying we need to limit these things. >> reporter: what do you want to tell the parents out there whose kids watch your videos. >> i'm real. i'm going to make mistakes. it's more realistic than someone that seems perfect from the outside. these kids in school are going through a lot. they are going to get bullies, maybe a detention. they need to be shown how to deal with that and think positively and keep your head up. that's what i try to put out there. >> they have such an impact on young kids all over. >> jake and his brother, logan. >> good to see they are
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>> have a great day. making news in america this making news in america this morning, a major snowstorm bearing down from the nation's capital to new england. more than a foot of snow possible in some of the biggest cities. schools closed. flights canceled. we have the time line, plus, the flooding threat on the west coast bracing for the strongest storm of the season. thousands evacuated. breaking news in austin, texas. a police involved shooting in the hunt for a serial bomber. the suspect reportedly shot detonating a device hours after a sixth bomb was found. the latest on the investigation with a city on edge. a former "playboy" model launches a legal battle hoping to break her silence about her alleged affair with president trump. this as we learn the results of porn star stormy daniels' lie detector test. plus, a sh

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