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the surprise of a lifetime in the skinny. ". you're watching "wor you're watching "world news now."
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so call now. we're back we're back now with an incredible scene from irving, texas.
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about 30 cars were damaged when two sections of a parking garage just collapsed. they came down about five hours apart. those are search dogs brought in to make sure no one was trapped. luckily, no injuries here. a local fire chief says the structure may be too unstable to even remove the dozens of cars that weren't damaged. a man in wisconsin has lost both of his arms and legs after apparently getting a rare blood infection from his dog. >> he started developing flu-like symptoms and went to the emergency room. he'd been infected by a bacteria found in the saliva of healthy dogs and cats. >> they had to amputate his arms and legs, up to his mid forearms. this is extremely, extremely rare. >> yeah. if you're eating anything right now, you might want to look away. >> oh, it's going to get worse.
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>> yeah, there's new viral video this morning that's hurting the pescetarian in me right now. you may want to turn off a fish. >> this is what a woman found wiggling inside her cod dinner in new jersey. one food expert is quoted as saying parasitic worms like the one you see wiggling there in a fish are relatively -- >> common! >> euw! >> i'm switching to a plant-based diet. >> i bet there are worms wiggling around in those vegetables. you know the worm in the apple? you're right, bugs don't eat vegetables. anything to make him feel better. >> is that the plot for "a bug's life"?
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when we come back, a locker room serenade. >> and the new mrs. hasselhoff. "the skinny's" next. new mrs. hasselhoff. i'm lucky to get through a shift without a disaster. my bargain detergent couldn't keep up. so, i switched to tide pods. they're super concentrated, so i get a better clean. number one trusted. number one awarded. it's got to be tide connection to nature is a right
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♪ ♪ do you recognize that theme music? >> where's my surfboard? >> "baywatch" theme music to start off "the skinny," because we have bad news for the ladies. >> if you have been swiping right, david hasselhoff is officially off the market. his third wife was only old enough to watch one of his shows while they were on the air. >> that's right. the hoff, 66, married long-time girlfriend, 37, in the south of italy. his two daughters were there. congrats to the whole family. >> yeah. we're happy for you. and we've given you several reasons to love dwayne the rock johnson, my bff, but he may have
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just outdone himself. >> so he pre-tented that he would be doing a quick interview with his stunt man. another very large man there. whose instagram name is samoan stuntman. >> but whek on ocheck out the surprise that brings the man to tears. >> i love you. i thank you. and enjoy your new truck. >> oh, nah, that one? >> it's a new car! >> a new car! >> there's a bow on top and everything. overcome with emotion and has a hard time staying on his feet. they later posed together in front of his new ride. >> the rock says reed represents a whole hollywood stunt community that is truly the backbone of our business.
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do you even lift, bro? >> you need to lift. man. next, a nfl rookie setting the mood in training camp. >> he is 6'8", 350 pounds. not even a football player, he's an australian rugby player. >> so jordan is so much more than even that, though. he's also a singer. ♪ >> oh, hey. >> yeah. ♪ she can make a man fall >> i like it. >> not bad. >> we're not sure how this is going to help him out, but got a good music scene in philly. he's going to thrive either way. >> we'll see him do a little motown philly. finally, shania twain. >> she's on tour and seems to
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honey. what do you want a balloon for? >> honey. >> you don't get honey with a balloon. >> i do. >> how? >> i shall fly like a bee, up to the honey tree. >> winnie the pooh always knows how to find the honey. and now pooh, piglet and the
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gang are back. but their human pal is all grown up. >> their new adventure is called "christopher robin." and we caught up with the stars on the red carpet. >> reporter: in director mark forster's "christopher robin", pooh has lost his way and can't find his friends. christopher has lost his way, too, in life. they will go on a journey that may change everything. >> i trust mark and love mark. i got to be with winnie the pooh. >> i don't see any cracks. a few wrinkles, maybe. >> i wanted to make a film for not just my daughter, also for my mom and myself. it's like a typical disney film that should be for everyone. >> we wanted to feel that we were telling a story that would
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appeal to adults and children, with the message being that you are enough as you are. >> reporter: she had a shortcut in knowing how to play her role. >> i have stuffed animals at home. i play with them. >> reporter: i hear you in that voice, and it makes me smile. >> you're a nice man. >> reporter: what is my name? >> george. >> if anyone wants to clap, now is the time to do it. >> reporter: it will be in theaters friday. it's rated pg. george pennacchio, abc news. >> oh, eeyore. nobody likes me. >> i was deprived as a child. >> no pooh for you? >> no pooh for me. >> no winnie the pooh for you. >> no winnie the pooh for me. >> you didn't play with your stuffed animals?
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what about the cartoon? >> i didn't get to watch the cartoon. he was donald ducking also.
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good morning. i'm diane macedo. >> i'm kendis gibson. here are some of the top headlines we're following on "world news now." the miracle in mexico. a jetliner crashed moments after takeoff. everyone on board survived. some even walking away from that scene. a judge is blocking a company from posting blueprints on making 3d printed guns. the guns are untraceable and require no background checks. les moonves is facing a new allegation, an unnamed woman claims he sexually assaulted her three times in the 1980s, but
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the district attorney says the statute of limitations has expired. he is denying all allegations by six other women. the nationals crushed the mets on a record-setting night, final score, 25-4. those are some of our top stories on this wednesday, august 1st. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> 25-4. the mets were able to score quite a few. >> ouch. ouch. just burns. >> it still burns. yeah. we're going to start this half hour with president trump preaching to the choir really, revving up supporters with a speech that went on for more than an hour. >> he was in tampa to campaign for rick scott.
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he tried to make the case for showing voter i.d. at a voting booth. >> we believe that only american citizens should vote in american elections. [cheers and applause] which is why the time has come for voter i.d., like everything else. you know, if you go out and you want to buy groceries, you need a picture on a card. you need i.d. you go out and you want to buy anything, you need i.d., and you need your picture. in this country -- >> of course a photo i.d. is not needed to buy groceries. >> unless you're buying booze with the groceries or cigarettes with the groceries. >> and you look under 21. the president also called for improved border security that includes the wall but did not the government.at to shut down >> in other news the president is buying interesting groceries.
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party time at the white house. >> jim acosta from cnn featured video on his twitter account of the reaction from the crowd to the press. some of the signs, some of the gestures, none of it we can show you, obviously. paul manafort heads back to court today for the first criminal trial brought by special counsel mueller. this one is on bank fraud and tax evasion. here is kyra phillips. >> reporter: he was right at the center of the action. >> i think this looks good. >> reporter: running the trump campaign for three crucial months, guiding the candidate into the convention. >> and paul manafort has done an amazing job. he's here someplace. where's paul? paul manafort. >> reporter: but president trump's former campaign chairman, going from his jail cell to day one of his criminal trial.
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prosecutors say paul manafort believed he was above the law, that he lied to the irs and knowingly filed false tax returns, failing to report tens of millions of dollars he made working for a ukraine political party with deep ties to russia. he is accused of hiding the money in offshore bank accounts, and using the cash to bankroll his lavish lifestyle. luxury real estate, fancy suits, antique rugs. robert mueller's star witness, manafort's former business partner, rick gates, who also served as the president's deputy campaign manager through the election, gates pleading guilty to conspiracy and making false statements in exchange for his testimony. manafort's lawyer charging gates is willing to say anything to save himself. because he embezzled millions of dollars. >> any reaction, mr. manafort? >> reporter: manafort allegedly committed his crimes well before
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he joined the trump campaign. the case doesn't involve any allegations of colluding with russia to meddle in the election, but the case seems to have shaken president trump, especially after fbi agents raided manafort's home just before dawn last summer. >> i thought that was a very, that was pretty tough stuff. to wake him up, perhaps his family was there, i think that's pretty tough stuff. >> reporter: the president now distancing himself from the man who once ran his campaign. >> you know, paul manafort worked for me for a very short period of time. >> reporter: now trump's own legal team is shifting strategy, moving from this simple declaration. >> there was no collusion at all. everybody knows it. >> reporter: to this from the president's lawyer. >> i've been sitting here looking at the federal code trying to find collusion as a crime. it's not. >> reporter: the president himself tweeting collusion is not a crime, but that doesn't matter, because there was no collusion.
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no question the stakes are high for paul manafort, but they're sky high for robert mueller, too, this is the first case the special counsel has brought to trial. and if manafort is convicted, it would offer mueller a powerful response and take away some of president trump's ability to call this an aimless witch hunt. kyra phillips, abc news, alexandria, virginia. and it appears john kelly will be part of the white house staff for a while longer. he has accepted the president's request to remain on the job through the 2020 campaign. a senior official says kelly has said he intends to stay as chief of staff through 2024 should the president be reelected. an investigation is under way after a plane crash in mexico with a miraculous ending. >> it was a twin-engine jet packed with 103 people on board. all of them survived, but about
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half of them hospitalized this morning, two in critical condition including the pilot. the passengers included a chicago priest who was injured but said to be resting peacefully. mexican officials blame the crash on a gust of wind during a severe storm. some of the trump administration's top immigration officials were at a capitol hill hearing defending the policy of family separation. one of them says conditions at family detention centers were quote, like a summer camp. senators from both parties were critical as danya bacchus reports. >> reporter: the grilling aimed atop immigration officials. >> who thinks the family separation policy has been a success, raise your hand? which member is responsible for zero tolerance and family separation? >> reporter: both democratic and republican senators questioning the trump administration's zero tolerance in family separation policy. a top official says the agency
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warned the administration of the consequences. >> we raised a number of concerns in the program about any policy which would result in family separation. >> reporter: the senate judiciary hearing coming after reports of the administration failing to meet the court-ordered deadline to reunite all families separated at the u.s./mexico border. >> nearly 2700 children were separated from their parents and nearly 700 still have not been reunited with their families. >> reporter: the government saying those 700 children were ineligible but not providing details. chuck grassley saying the administration mishandled family separations, citing allegations of sexual and emotional abuse. >> that's unacceptable. and the american people expect better. >> reporter: attorney general jeff sessions announced the zero tolerance policy during a trip to the border this spring that
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led to the separations. diane and kendis? >> our thanks to danya. the number of former patients suing a university in california for failing to protect them at a campus health clinic has grown to more than 300. the lawsuits all involve the treatment received by the usc gynecologist dr. george tyndall. apple is on course to become the first trillion dollar company. it surpassed its own projections by $1 billion. today the market capitalization is $935 billion. amazon's not far behind, valued at nearly $800 billion. everyone will be seeing double at a pair of wedding ceremonies in michigan this weekend. >> identical twins, krissy and cassie beaver, are walking down the aisle this weekend. their soon to be husbands, nick
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and zach, are also identical twins. >> so krissy and zach get married friday. then cassie and nick have their ceremony saturday. the couples are having a shared reception saturday night and then they move in together. >> no! are they really moving in together, too? >> it's interesting. >> wow. >> they could save money on the photos. just take one set and everyone will -- no one will know which is which. >> save money on the honeymoon. have your brother and sister go -- coming up, the farming craze hitting manhattan. who says you need a barn, tractors, horses, space to be a farmer. we'll show you how some city slickers are raising their own crops right here in the concrete jungle. >> some of those look like weeds. but first we're getting a first look at the graphic police body cam video capturing an
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encounter with a man holding a woman hostage with a knife. how it all played out. you're watching "world news now."
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so call now. a pilot had to be airlifted a pilot had to be airlifted to the hospital after a small plan crashed into the colorado river.
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the aircraft went down near the colorado/utah border and was partially submerged. a rafter rescued the 59-year-old pilot who is said to be okay this morning. the pilot was the only person on board. and graphic body cam video has been released of a man holding a woman hostage with a knife. >> officers fired on the suspect, killing them both. the video is difficult to watch. here's will carr. >> reporter: disturbing video, the deadly and violent confrontation raising questions about police tactics. it shows police racing to confront a suspect waving a long knife. police fire a non-lethal round from a beanbag gun. then the man grabs the knife, puts it to the woman's neck and starts cutting her throat. the officers firing 18 rounds,
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killing perez and the woman he held hostage. the video released comes on the heels of the tragic death at trader joe's. >> tragically, this was another case where officers were forced to make split second decisions. based on the actions of a violent individual. >> reporter: the hostage's death is tragic, and they point out that the investigation will continue. it has been 13 years since a lapd officer shot and killed an innocent bystander not including the last couple weeks. will car, abc news. the latest food poisoning outbreak to hit chipotle.r, abc. the latest food poisoning outbreak to hit chipotle. >> the number of people reported being sick north of columbus has jumped to 368. >> the restaurant was closed on
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monday but reopened yesterday, which was national guacamole day with a whole new staff and new food. no more free peanuts. southwest says it's a way to ensure the best flying experience for everyone, especially for those with peanut-related allergies. they are being replaced with pretzels and other free snacks on longer flights. >> pretzels, everybody. >> pretzels are making me thirsty. >> i thought they were trying to take away the snacks. >> you can still buy your own peanuts and bring it on board. >> i don't need to, because they've got pretzels. >> pretzels make you thirsty. >> crisis. coming up, meet the man growing corn and watermelon in the sidewalk. >> we're going to show you the new york city deli growing its own produce next on "world news now." its
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own produce next on "world news now." test test
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♪ here's to the farmer who plants the field in the spring ♪
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♪ here's to the farmer who plants the field in the spring ♪ you hear about people farming in the city. you don't necessarily think it's produce. something that's celebrated on 4/20 instead. but you're about to meet some resourceful farmers right here in the city. >> instead of lining the sidewalks with flowers, they are lining them with crops. here is lauren glassberg. >> reporter: corn, tomatoes, beans and watermelon, a bumper crop on broadway. the city had redone the sidewalk at the intersection of broadway and sherman but never planted anything in these plots. they all looked weedy like this one. so alberto and the other guys from lia deli got to work in may. and now several months later, the fruits of their labor, labor that includes weeding out the
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garbage that gets tossed in and encasing the watermelon patch in wire to prevent thefts, but the neighbors love what they see. >> we have been watching it since the corn was really small. we were wondering when the ears were going to come in, and now they're in. it's great. >> we made them promise to give us two. >> reporter: that's the plan. that's why they planted food instead of flowers. >> when it is ready, people got to come and take, to eat. >> reporter: assuming the city doesn't end up planting any trees, the deli farmers hope to be at it again next spring with more options even planting these remaining areas. a bounty at the bodega. >> this is santo domingo. >> reporter: that one's growing the beans? >> the beans. >> reporter: what do you think about this. >> the kids see it, it's great. no one else is growing corn. >> reporter: certainly no one in these parts.
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lauren glassberg, eyewitness news. >> can't express how unusual it is to walk through new york city streets and see vegetables like that growing on the sidewalk, but what an amazing initiative down there, and apparently, it's starting to catch on. some people are seeing this trend of these urban farmers and wanting to get in on it themselves. i actually started growing my own crops on the window sill, but i understand kendis has found his own solution right down on the sidewalk in front of the studio. kendis, what's going on? >> diane, i think it's a great idea, so i am going to be planting, i am planting some produce out here. >> what's in the bag, kendis? >> and you may laugh at it -- what's in the bag! what's in the bag! i'm planting some produce. and you may laugh at me, but if this actually works, let me show
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you really quickly over here. look, i planted this stuff last year. look at this, brand-new pineapple. something. >> you've got a bounty, well done, kg. boupty, well done, kg. ♪ tired of wrestling with seemingly impossible cleaning tasks? using wipes in the kitchen, and sprays in the bathroom can be ineffective. try mr. clean magic eraser with durafoam. simply add water, and use in your kitchen for burnt on food, in your bathroom to remove soap scum, and on walls to remove scuffs and marks.
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♪yeah! ♪he would be a less wrinkly, and winning at life.♪ ♪ ♪ welcome back to "world news now." kendis is grabbing his bounty of crops over there. >> i've got melons. pineapple. >> wow. your fruit grows with tags on it. [ laughter ] >> that's just proof that it's organic. it will cost you an extra $500. >> we're going from your farm to outer space. if you are up with us right now, you may want to take a short break and take a peek outside,
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this is the best view of mars you're going to have for the next 17 years. >> this is a live picture of mars right there. >> i'm not sure about that. but it is closer to earth than it has been in 15 years, it is just 35.8 million miles away. hello neighbor. if you take a peek, tomorrow night it starts getting further and further away. tonight, tomorrow night, go outside and take a look at mars as soon as the show's over. i want to show you a massive oyster, 8.5-inch-long oyster. ooh. >> ooh. delicious! >> found by a construction worker. >> eat up, everybody. where was it found? >> in the hudson river. >> oh, gross. >> yeah. >> you eat it. >> so he was there, it's about 8.5 inches, larger than the
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largest wild oyster found beneath a dock in the park last summer. look at it, it's the size of the freedom tower. >> it apparently was so heavy they couldn't get it, it tipped the scales, right? >> it was so heavy -- how heavy was it? >> it tipped the scales. there you go. i was suppose to say how heavy was it. i always miss that one. how heavy was it, kendis? all right, we're moving on, because this news is too good not to get to. experts say cheese is better for your health than you think, people. apparently, most type of cheese, yes, it contains salt and saturated fat but high in protein and calcium. both of those things are very good for your health. a dietitian in australia says calcium is important for reducing the risk of osteoporosis.
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protein you need for repair of tissue. cheese also has good stuff, good bacteria, good yeast. they contribute to healthy, micr
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breaking this morning on "world news now," the miracle in mexico. >> a packed airliner attempting to take off during severe storms came crashing down and bursting into flames there. passengers scrambling to get out alive. also this morning, the uproar over 3d-printed guns. the blueprints to make them were supposed to be available online today. hear what a federal judge has just decided. thousands of residents displaced from their homes, and that smoke now drifting into other cities far from the fire zone. why use those seats on the
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subway when you can just bring your own? we're getting comfy on this wednesday, august 1st. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> was that a folded chair taking up a chair? >> something even more elaborate than that. >> wow. >> that is pretty interesting. you see a lot of things on the new york city subways and subways all across this country, but that one was -- that takes the cake until the next one. >> until the next one is a good way to put it. but we are going to start with the big breaking news right now, that plane crash in mexico and the miraculous survival of everyone, including a priest from chicago. >> the aeromexico flight caught fire just after takeoff during a storm. it slammed nose first and came to a stop in a field near the airport in durango. >> of the 103 people on board, 49 were taken to the hospital. the pilot and one other person were listed in serious but
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stable condition. but, again, it is amazing that everyone survived this plane crash. here's linsey davis. >> reporter: the passenger jet disaster, smoke billowing. the plane in tatters, broken up in a field. these haunting pictures were among the first posted on social media and mexican tv. aeromexico flight 2431 crashing in a field in durango mexico after 4:00 p.m. local time. the state's governor saying there was bad weather and pilots were attempting to abort just after takeoff, but it was too late. the plane going down just beyond the runway. witnesses seeing an explosion upon impact, the jet bursting into flames. emergency crews seen rushing to the scene to get survivors to hospitals. it left durango, a popular tourist location, en route to mexico city. the tail of a plane and trail of
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smoke. linsey davis, abc news, new york. >> incredible that everybody was able -- >> that they were able to walk away. we've seen some other plane crashes where people have survived. the asiana, and you saw them walking off the plane with their bags. i think there was a different sort of thing that played out here. people realized the plane was going to catch on fire and they were like, i'm getting out of here. >> good thing they did. president trump held a free-wheeling rally to drum up support for two republicans ahead of florida's election. >> he accused china of targeting america's farmers. in trying to make a point that voters should be required to show identification, the president proved he hasn't been to a supermarket in a long time, because he falsely claimed a photo i.d. is needed to buy groceries.
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>> what are you buying at the grocery store? >> i guess alcohol. he hasn't been carded since the truman presidency. >> unlike you, of course. absolutely. a federal judge has temporarily blocked plans to allow blueprints for 3d printed guns to be posted online. these plastic guns are easy to conceal and difficult to trace. eight states sued to stop the release of the downloads, and president trump now appears to be siding with them. cecelia vega has more. >> reporter: anyone with a 3d printer can make one. a homemade gun, untraceable in a crime, no background check required. the plastic, critics warn, easy to sneak past metal detectors. the plans were set to go online for anyone to access at midnight. publishing them, a group called defense distributed. on their website, the countdown, the age of the downloadable gun formally begins.
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>> people have the right to this kind of data. >> reporter: for years, the obama administration fought the group in court. but the trump administration recently backed down. now in a 11th hour legal battle, eight states suing and democrats holding the president personally responsible. >> the blood's going to be on his hands. >> plastic downloadable guns stops the donald trump's desk. >> reporter: contradicting his own white house with this tweet. i am looking into 3d plastic guns being sold to the public. already spoke to nra. doesn't seem to make much sense. but the last time the president went head to head with the nra, he caved on sweeping gun control changes.
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the question, will this time be any different? but a federal judge in seattle has put a halt to the blueprints going online. it seems for now anyway this plan is on hold, not because of anything president trump has done. an aide was asked to clarify that tweet on 3d guns. the aide says we continue to look at all options while continuing to support the first and second amendments. cecilia vega, abc news, the white house. and across the potomac from the white house, we learned more details of paul manafort's lavish lifestyle that were revealed today as his federal fraud trial does resume. the former campaign chairman is accused of funneling tens of millions of dollars to offshore accounts hidden from the irs. prosecutors say he believed he was above the law and used the money for real estate and fancy clothes, including an ostrich jacket. what is that, ostrich? they made no mention of the president or the campaign, but the trial is seen as a test of legitimacy for the mueller investigation.
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and facebook is revealing political interference, now less than 100 days before the midterm elections. they banned some accounts. facebook did not say who is behind the accounts but did find links between them and accounts created by russian agents in their 2016 influence campaign. the pages that were just banned were followed by more than 290,000 accounts and ran 150 ads. now to california where at least seven major fires are burning out of control. >> the carr fire as we told you about, now one of the most destructive in the state history. it has burned at least 175 square miles, destroying nearly 1,000 homes and flattening entire neighborhoods. >> to the south, yosemite valley is closed until at least sunday due to heavy smoke. and the smoke from all the wildfires is drifting east, triggering air quality advisories all the way in las vegas.
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and unfortunately, the weather won't be cooperating with firefighters anytime soon. >> the west will see red flag and excessive heat warning, but the east will see more rain. paul williams joins us now with the latest. >> good morning, kendis, diane. what few spot showers we have will kick off in the afternoon and evening and barely making a dent in the sizzling heat. what's not weakening, the storms throughout the ohio valley region, the northeast and east coast. steamy air reenforcing the showers and thunderstorms. by the end of the workweek, more rain on the east coast. diane, kendis? >> looks like paul got new markers. >> lots of colors going on. city officials in cape coral, florida are meeting with the u.s. army corps of engineers to discuss an unsightly and
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smelly problem. green slime washing up on shores across southwest florida. the problem is fertilizer from the sugar industry running into lake okeechobee and infiltrating canals. that fertilizer with the summer heat is feeding the algae. >> lovely. thanks for that one. police outside raleigh have nabbed a man with a healthy appetite. >> he stole steaks from a walmart and tried to hide them by shoving them down his pants. he took off on a moped, but officers caught him and grilled him about the steaks. >> he said he wanted to have a cookout. maybe sell whatever he didn't eat. police said he was packing some serious meat. >> as opposed to -- >> best puns are the ones that have to be explained.
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they grilled him about the steaks? >> that was more natural. >> oh, right, yeah. smooth. all right, coming up, repositioning yourself for a sleep success. >> if you really want to get some rest but your body aches and it is keeping you up, we have quick fixes you want to hear about. and find out which country decided to ban phones from school. would it work here in the u.s.? first enjoy this my pillow ad. you're watching "world news now." you're watching "world news now." enjoy this my pillow ad. you're watching "world news now." cleaner teeth. she said, get the one inspired by dentists, with a round brush head. go pro with oral-b. oral-b's gentle rounded brush head removes more plaque along the gum line. for cleaner teeth and healthier gums. and unlike sonicare, oral-b is the first electric toothbrush brand accepted by the ada for its effectiveness and safety. what an amazing clean! i'll only use an oral-b! oral-b.
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a semi truck filled with hay caught fire on a kansas city, missouri highway. the flames left the roadway black and shut down traffic during the evening rush hour last night. some of the burning hay fell on cars below the roadway, and they ensued, caught fire as well. no one was hurt. and a bizarre incident in washington state has left a woman dead and another hospitalized due to dry ice. >> an ice cream delivery man kept four coolers of it in the back of his car. his wife borrowed the vehicle to drive his mother home. that's when dry ice vapors escaped the coolers and flood
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the car with carbon dioxide gas. so the 77-year-old mother died from the fumes and the wife is in critical condition. >> horrible. >> yeah. and hundreds of demonstrators gathered in downtown minneapolis to demand justice for a man fatally shot by police. thurmond blevins died in june after being chased by police. prosecutors decided not to charge the officers, protesters called for them to be fired and arrested. a penn state student has pled in the hazing death. >> this comes as piazza's parents made an emotional impact statement. here is gio benitez. >> reporter: the only student to plead guilty will not spend anytime behind bars. 21 year old ryan burke telling the court he's sorry, pleading guilty to hazing.
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piazza was given so much alcohol during a hazing ritual that he fell down a flight of stairs and died. burke and 25 others accused of waiting 12 hours before calling 911. he was sentenced to three months of house arrest, 100 hours of community service and more than $3,000 in fines. piazza's family reacting to the news. >> hopefully this sentence is a deterrent to other people. future fraternity members need to know there will be consequences. >> reporter: and the 25 other fraternity brothers have pleaded not guilty and await trial next year. gio benitez, abc news, new york. overseas in france, they are taking the dramatic step of banning phones in schools. >> they are banning internet-connected devices for children younger than 15. those with students older than
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15 have the option to adopt the ban. >> they will have to leave their phones at home or keep them switched off during school hours. how do you maintain one of those bans? do you go through their bags or make sure that if it's ever seen it gets confiscated? >> one french official says in reality the ban has already been made. i don't know a single teacher who allows the phones in class. >> it's already part of the culture. >> kids are used to having to turn them off or leave them out of the classroom. >> i think it would be a great idea here in the u.s. it will easily pass. >> cellphones are a distraction in that way. but it just gives teachers another rule they have to enforce. it's really hard to enforce whether or not this little button here is pushed or not. >> just ask flight attendants. >> oh, boy, yeah. coming up in the next half
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hour, the dramatic images of a parking garage collapse. >> ooh. >> the cars strewn all over the place as thousands of pounds of concrete rubble is searched through. but first, very useful advice for anyone with pain keeping you up at night. see what you can do now to get more restful sleep next on "world news now." now to get more restful sleep next on "world news now." in the world and finally, in the bedroom. our natural lubrication varies every day it's normal so it's normal to do something about it ky natural feeling the lubrication you want, nothing you don't get what you want gives skin the moisture it needs and keeps it there longer with lock-in moisture technology skin is petal smooth after all, a cleanser's just a cleanser unless it's olay.
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♪ welcome back to "world news now." if you're watching us right now, you may be having a little trouble sleeping, and one reason for that, whether you realize it or not, could be pain. >> becky worley shows us potential solutions. >> reporter: all the news about sleep and healing properties are lost on deb hofmann. >> my pain wakes me pretty much throughout the whole night. >> reporter: she says her back has been bothering her for years. >> i don't sleep well at night,
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so when i wake up i don't feel rested at all. >> reporter: at the end of her rope, she's been meeting with a pain management specialist. a pinched nerve can hurt around the clock. but pain can feel more intense at nighttime. >> you are not as distracted as you are during the day. when you are laying down, not thinking about anything else, your brain will perceive more pain signals coming through. >> reporter: most pain while you sleep comes from two main areas, neck and shoulder and back. >> for some it's an easy fix. you need a proper pillow. >> reporter: the angle of the neck is critical to supporting aging joints as you sleep. if the pillow is too low, the neck is cranked. or for side sleepers, the shoulder is compressed. >> you want the pillow to keep your head in the middle of your spine. you don't want it so thin that when you are lying down your head falls in, and you don't want it so high that your head goes this way. >> reporter: the other area of pain, the back. for me, i wake up at 2:00, 3:00
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in the morning with back pain. i realized my mattress is 15 years old. i replaced it, no more waking up with back pain. but the type of mattress is up to you. >> if you're comfortable in a soft mattress and they put you in a hard mattress, you're going to have pain. >> reporter: but other things can make a big difference, like staying hydrated and stretching before bed. >> you can put a pillow between your legs to keep your hips more open. >> reporter: deb is trying acupuncture and exercises. >> i look forward to waking up and feeling refreshed. i'm still waiting on that one. >> on the getting to sleep part. >> i just got a pregnancy pillow. it just got delivered before i left the house. it's like the size of this desk. i can't wait to use it. >> let me show you my pregnancy pillow. >> that is a huge pillow. >> this is one i use in my
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♪ all right, it is time now for the mix. we're going to start with a new record. in fact, three new guinness records. this is over in china. take a look at the maze. that is the largest maze in general, largest hedge maze and largest pathway network in a hedge maze. three records in one. it covers over 380,000 square feet. the maze opened to the public at the end of 2017. it has more than ten different garden rest areas. so when you get tired of trying to find your way out and you're lost, plenty of places to sit down and take a break.
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>> it puts the maze in amazing. >> wow. >> if that was a rat video, maze would be there. >> our producer just said in our ears, "dude." >> let's move on. to texas we go and an unusual scene inside of a bar. even there in lubbock, texas. guy rides up on his horse. >> so a horse walks into a bar. >> and the bartender goes, why the round face? jokes aren't hitting. did not. he got kicked out. he was like, the guy was like, i thought this was legal. police say it was up to the business owners to allow horses inside the facilities. but the owner could be liable for any injuries. a lot of people clearly were excited about it. he didn't get a shot or anything. >> he didn't stay very long at all.
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i guess the horse didn't like that bar. moving on to the next. you don't have to go to texas for unusual scenes, this happens in new york city. a guy blocking the door with a motorcycle on the subway. why you would need the subway if you have a motorcycle, we don't really know. but check out this one. here's a man sitting on a leather sofa. he also may or may not have a folding chair next to him. i'd like to think so. you know it's tough to get a seat on the subway. so that's one way around it. it looks very comfortable. >> i wonder how long it took for him to, like how do you get that down the stairs? how do you squeeze it in there? >> there are lots of questions about that one. we have answers about chicks. many chicks. baby and chicks. >> oh, how cute! >> oh. this got posted on the instagram.
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breaking news th breaking news this morning on "world news now," a passenger jet crashing just after takeoff in mexico. the aeromexico plane with 173 on board, crashing as you can see passengers were scrambling to get out alive, and all of them did. our correspondent arriving on the scene moments ago. the president's late night rally. he touted the strength of the economy and recent foreign diplomacy. and did he do a version of the robot? >> da, da, da, da, da, da, da. >> dance party. and new this half hour, something sure to alarm anyone with a dog. >> we're learning how a lick from a man's dog ended with him losing several limbs.
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and david hasselhoff is living the dream, getting married to a woman he met while signing autographs? and reminding us, there's something undeniable about the hoff. it is wednesday, the first of august. >> happy august. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> yeah, leo. >> leo season in full effect right now? with august? happy august 1st. >> it's already august. >> i know. where did february go? >> that was a while ago. all right, we're going to start things off with breaking news this morning, that crash of an airliner with more than 100 people on board who all managed to survive. >> one official is blaming the crash on a gust of wind, as the airliner was taking off in the mexican city of durango, it went down at the end of the runway, leaving dozens injured, but a mexican official said most of the passengers left the plane
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under their own power. victor oquendo is in mexico city. >> reporter: diane, kendis, that plane from durango was headed right here to mexico city, 99 passengers on board, incredibly not a single life was lost. it happened right after takeoff. a mexican governor here says a gust of wind hit the aeromexico plane causing it to lose speed and hit the ground with its left wing. that plane skidded into a field into a horizontal position, that allowed the slides to activate. it crashed one kilometer away from the end of the runway, a little more than a half-mile away. people were injured. more than 40 were taken to hospitals. at least two are in critical condition. and the pilot suffered some burns.
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we've learned a chicago reverend on board also injured. the archdiocese said that reverend sanchez was on the flight, he sustained injuries but is alert and resting. the company that made the plane is sending a team of technicians to help in the investigation. locals calling it nothing short of a miracle. kendis, diane? >> victor oquendo in mexico. glad this one ended in a happy ending. the plane was just ten years old and serviced in february. the airline ceo said the jet had been perfectly maintained. >> the airline says it is working with all authorities to try to figure out the cause of the crash. one thing they're looking at are the weather conditions. a storm system was passing through at the time. probably what helped in the survival is that it was right there near the airport so the crews were able to make it there quickly. president trump rallying supporters in tampa, touting everything from the economy to his push for immigration laws.
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>> he traveled to florida to back two republican candidates but also cited an unidentified poll that identified him as the most popular person in the republican party. he said it was easy to be presidential and then demonstrated how to be presidential. >> anybody can act presidential. ladies and gentlemen of the state of florida, thank you very much for being here. you are tremendous people. and i will leave now, because i am boring you to death. thank you. >> is he stealing your dance moves? >> he's stealing the dance
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moves. i thought i had the robot all down pat or what i call anchoring the news. he did good with the robot there. so the president also said voters should be required to show photo identification and claimed that photo i.d. is needed just to buy groceries. what kind of groceries is he getting? >> i don't know, but it sounds like a fun party. meanwhile the trump administration seems to be upping the stakes when it comes to tariffs against china. the president has reportedly ordered 25% tariffs on chinese imports. that is up from the planned 10%. the increase is not finalized and it could still change. a new round of tariffs on products could take effect as soon as today. homeland security secretary kirstjen nielsen says the united states will not tolerate interference, that russia's meddling is harming our democracy.
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and she warned them to stop or there would be a high price to pay. >> our intelligence community has it right. it was the russians. they know that. we know that. it was directed from the highest levels, and we cannot and will not allow that to happen again. >> speaking at the same summit, mike pence also said he accepts the intelligence community's assessment that russia meddled in the election and both said that no votes were changed. facebook is taking action in what it calls sophisticated efforts to influence american politics. it has removed dozens of accounts that were designed to set americans against one another. those accounts possibly linked to russia. here's rebecca jarvis. >> reporter: facebook banning pages with names like black elevation, mindful being and
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resisters. those among 32 fake accounts, part of a covert campaign likely designed to influence the mid-term elections in november. cheryl sandberg admitted whoever was behind them went to great lengths to cover their tracks. >> it's clear that whoever set up these accounts went to much greater lengths to obscure their identities. >> reporter: while facebook says it's not yet clear who created the pages there are similarities to previously banned i.r.a. accounts but so far no links to russian pages. they were followed by more than 290,000 accounts and ran 150 ads. claire mccaskill says they recently tried to hack her office. they acknowledge these adversaries are determined, well-funded and constantly changing tactics.
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rebecca jarvis, abc news, new york. paul manafort returns to a federal court in virginia this morning for day two of his fraud trial. he is accused of a series of financial crimes. it is not focused on work with president trump or russia. if convicted, manafort could spend the rest of his life in prison. cbs chairman and ceo les moonves is facing a new sexual misconduct allegation. an unnamed woman filed a police report in february claiming he sexually assaulted her three times in the 1980s. the district attorney, however, has declined to file charges, saying the statute of limitations has expired. moonves is denying all allegations of sexual misconduct by six other women. california's wildfire has jumped a county line. residents in the town of lewiston are more scared than
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ever before. here is kayna whitworth. >> reporter: hot, dry conditions stretching firefighters to the limits. the ranch and river fires scorching nearly 75,000 acres. less than 100 miles to the north, the carr fire burning its way into the record books. destroying more than 1200 structures and flattening entire neighborhoods like this one. people here were sent running after the fire jumped the road and raced up the hill. leaving behind damage never seen before. this steel pipe wrapped around a tree like a pretzel. a fire alarm is hanging on and
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homes are completely destroyed. this could continue for the next couple months, and that's an overwhelming concern for firefighters. kayna whitworth, abc news, redding. and a bad season for the new york mets just about hit rock bottom in washington, d.c. >> i'm not complaining. the hometown nationals rolled up 25 runs on the mets in a 25-4 beatdown. >> oh, that just hurts. >> this one wasn't close from the beginning. >> you think? >> that was a franchise record for the nats. the loss set the largest margin of defeat in mets history. mickey callaway said they beat us pretty bad. >> you think? the worse was texas beating baltimore 30-3 in 2007. >> so the last time they went up in the first five innings, they went up 19-0, last time was like the 1870s.
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>> it was really, really bad. the mets need help. mayday. >> the nats aren't that good this season. >> 25-1. >> so they're making the playoffs. >> but jeff mcneill hit his first big league homer for the mets. so they started off on a good note at least. focus on the positive. >> former minor leaguer. keep that kid in the big dance. dude, where's my car. >> seriously, we're going to talk about that. hopefully it's not here in this multi-level parking garage. the whole thing collapsed on itself. we're going to take a look at what happened. >> wow, someone's going to need to call flo from progressive. and dwayne the rock johnson takes care of his people. the stunt man who got the surprise of a lifetime in the skinny. you're watching "world news
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so call now. we're back now with an incredible scene from irving, texas.
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about 30 cars were damaged when two sections of a parking garage just collapsed. they came down about five hours apart. those are search dogs brought in to make sure no one was trapped. luckily, no injuries here. a local fire chief says the structure may be too unstable to even remove the dozens of cars that weren't damaged. a man in wisconsin has lost both of his arms and legs after apparently getting a rare blood infection from his dog. >> he started developing flu-like symptoms and went to the emergency room. he'd been infected by a bacteria found in the saliva of healthy dogs and cats. >> they had to amputate his arms and legs, up to his mid forearms. this is extremely, extremely rare. >> yeah. if you're eating anything
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right now, you might want to look away. >> oh, it's going to get worse. >> yeah, there's new viral video this morning that's hurting the pescetarian in me right now. you may want to turn off a fish. >> this is what a woman found wiggling inside her cod dinner in new jersey. one food expert is quoted as saying parasitic worms like the one you see wiggling there in a fish are relatively -- >> common! >> euw! >> i'm switching to a plant-based diet. >> i bet there are worms wiggling around in those vegetables. you know the worm in the apple? you're right, bugs don't eat vegetables. anything to make him feel better. >> is that the plot for "a bug's life"? when we come back, a locker room serenade.
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>> and the new mrs. hasselhoff. when we come back, a locker room serenade. >> and the new mrs. hasselhoff. "the skinny's" next. new mrs. hasselhoff. i'm lucky to get through a shift without a disaster. my bargain detergent couldn't keep up. so, i switched to tide pods. they're super concentrated, so i get a better clean. number one trusted. number one awarded. it's got to be tide
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♪ ♪ ♪ do you recognize that theme music? >> where's my surfboard? >> "baywatch" theme music to start off "the skinny," because we have bad news for the ladies. >> if you have been swiping right, david hasselhoff is officially off the market. his third wife was only old enough to watch one of his shows while they were on the air. >> that's right. the hoff, 66, married long-time girlfriend, 37, in the south of italy. his two daughters were there. congrats to the whole family. >> yeah. we're happy for you. and we've given you several reasons to love dwayne the rock johnson, my bff, but he may have just outdone himself.
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>> so he pre-tented that he would be doing a quick interview with his stunt man. another very large man there. whose instagram name is samoan stuntman. >> but check out the surprise that brings the man to tears. >> i love you. i thank you. and enjoy your new truck. >> oh, nah, that one? >> it's a new car! >> a new car! >> there's a bow on top and everything. overcome with emotion and has a hard time staying on his feet. they later posed together in front of his new ride. >> the rock says reed represents a whole hollywood stunt community that is truly the backbone of our business. do you even lift, bro? >> you need to lift. man.
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next, a nfl rookie setting the mood in training camp. >> he is 6'8", 350 pounds. not even a football player, he's an australian rugby player. >> so jordan is so much more than even that, though. he's also a singer. ♪ >> oh, hey. >> yeah. ♪ she can make a man fall >> i like it. >> not bad. >> we're not sure how this is going to help him out, but got a good music scene in philly. he's going to thrive either way. >> we'll see him do a little motown philly. finally, shania twain. >> she's on tour and seems to
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what do you want a balloon for? >> honey. >> you don't get honey with a balloon. >> i do. >> how? >> i shall fly like a bee, up to the honey tree. >> winnie the pooh always knows how to find the honey. and now pooh, piglet and the gang are back.
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but their human pal is all grown up. >> their new adventure is called "christopher robin." and we caught up with the stars on the red carpet. >> reporter: in director mark forster's "christopher robin", pooh has lost his way and can't find his friends. christopher has lost his way, too, in life. they will go on a journey that may change everything. >> i trust mark and love mark. i got to be with winnie the pooh. >> i don't see any cracks. a few wrinkles, maybe. >> i wanted to make a film for not just my daughter, also for my mom and myself. it's like a typical disney film that should be for everyone. >> we wanted to feel that we were telling a story that would appeal to adults and children,
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with the message being that you are enough as you are. >> reporter: she had a shortcut in knowing how to play her role. >> i have stuffed animals at home. i play with them. >> reporter: i hear you in that voice, and it makes me smile. >> you're a nice man. >> reporter: what is my name? >> george. >> if anyone wants to clap, now is the time to do it. >> reporter: it will be in theaters friday. it's rated pg. george pennacchio, abc news. >> oh, eeyore. nobody likes me. >> i was deprived as a child. >> no pooh for you? >> no pooh for me. >> no winnie the pooh for you. >> no winnie the pooh for me. >> you didn't play with your stuffed animals? what about the cartoon? >> i didn't get to watch the
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america this morning. >> all right, set. wednesday. making news in america this morning, the miracle in mexico. a passenger jet carrying more than 100 people crashes. the engine is torn off. the plane bursting floriing flog the new images and the terrifying firsthand account from passengers including children about how they managed to escape with their lives. president trump at a campaign rally in florida makes a surprising claim about grocery shopping. >> you know, if you go out and you want to buy groceries, you need a picture on a card. you need i.d. >> this morning the debate over i.d.s at the supermarket. >>the home improvement website helping americans hire everyone from painters to plumbers under fire this morning being sued.
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