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we're back with the road we're back with the road rage incident caught all on camera in new jersey. t thers switing s so much. took things into his own hands and then that happened. >> he got pay back. >> kind of. everybody was okay, but the truck load spilled all over the highway. both drivers ended up getting tickets. we turn now overseas to the economic crisis in venezuela, which used to be the richest country in south america. but today everyday life there
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has become virtually impossible. >> ordinary shopping has made every day a nightmare. that's the equivalent of $2 for a chicken. toilet paper used to cost 2.6 million bolivars. >> about two pounds of carrots were 3 million. that's about 46 cents in the u.s. there was a new currency this month that has brought new challenges as well. in the meantime, venezuela's health care system is a disaster. >> alex crawford from skynews gives us an inside look. >> reporter: inside venezuela, it's a losing battle to save those who become ill. the country's crumbling health service has all but fallen. here the patients are stacked up in corners, knowing the odds are they won't leave here anytime soon. and many won't make it out at all. one of the few medics still working tells us they're only taking emergency cases.
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and everyone has to buy their own medicines, bandages, even gloves. and gloria can't afford them. she says she needs a metal pin for her broken leg, but with no supplies, she faces a long wait. when do you think she will be able to have the surgery? >> about a month, month and a half. >> reporter: she'll have to wait a month? maybe two months. whoa. or three months. whoa. many of the medics have given up because they can't survive on the minimum wage they're being paid. those still here are doing it for virtually nothing. >> everything here is so sad. i cannot help them. >> reporter: the hyperinflation in the country has virtually bankrupted the hospital. they struggle to buy light bulbs, and parts of the building
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have had to be boarded up. dr. emily shows us cupboard after cupboard, empty of supplies. everywhere you look, there are heartbreaking stories. angelina has a brain tumor. she has become almost entirely immobile in just a few months. once one of the richest countries in latin america, she wants to take her daughter to colombia where she can get help there, but she needs the paperwork. how are you coping? because she's my daughter, she says, i have to support her and do everything i can to help her. we've been here for two months. >> a growing crisis to the south of us. when we come back, see who was invited to sing at aretha franklin's funeral. plus, russell crowe's new look.
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♪ just give me "the skinny" ♪ skinny ♪ just give me "the skinny" it is a jam-packed skinny for this wednesday. and we're going to start with russell crowe. this is how we're used to seeing the 54 year old oscar winner. pretty clean cut, looking good. no problems, except for that horse that's a little pricey. but we digress. >> we digress. back in early july, crowe posted this video online combing through his, well, substantial beard. his hair in that beard even had further to go. believe it or not. >> here's a video he just posted. >> oh, my gosh. what is going on? >> he captioned it -- >> what? >> the actor resets number one. the correct use of jazz hands. wow. by the end, crowe looking a lot more like we're used to seeing him. >> i didn't know there was an incorrect use of jazz hands.
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>> we do jazz hands in like -- >> wait, wait, wait, let's try it. get behind me. get behind me. >> all right, all right. >> take this, russell crowe. jazz hands. did it work? i don't think it worked very well. we're going to practice it now then. this is what jazz hands gets you. >> rumble. >> we're going to turn now. ariana grande that we talked about that we both love, she's been added to the list for aretha franklin's funeral. she paid tribute to the queen of soul singing "natural woman", that video has been viewed more than 3 million times. >> so ariana actually met aretha at a white house event some four years ago. franklin's publicist says aretha liked her. ariana will join stevie wonder, faith hill, jennifer hudson among other performers as franklin is laid to rest over the next couple of days. >> she did crush it with that
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cover. >> i think kelly clarkson would have crushed it as well, but kelly will not be there as far as we know. getting support in the meantime for the biggest gig of the year. she performed during the opening ceremony of the u.s. open this week. >> and she did well. everyone loved her. the 36 year old belted out several of her biggest hits. all of her fans noticed, heaping the praise on social media. >> take a listen. ♪ now the more you talk ♪ the less i can take >> how about that? ♪ >> she's good at the super bowl. >> literally get a ticket and be there at the 50 yard line hanging out. several people suggested that they hire her for february's super bowl halftime show.
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clarkson hasn't responded to that yet, but she did tweet a picture of herself at the open saying there's nothing like opening for serena williams. >> isn't that the truth? good for you, kelly. she has my support, her and ariana, super bowl. maybe nobody will listen to me. universe, it's open. now to someone else who sings but is getting cheers for his fashion choices. kanye west had criticism. you remember this, west and his wife kim. her in the electric green dress. him at rapper two chains' wedding. >> criticism came out about his footwear, yeezy. many commented that they looked too small for his feet. >> he was posting examples of feet in sandals and said it's the japanese way of wearing them.
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anif you've got a lifee. you gotta swiffer ♪ ♪ so much for a city that so much for a city that never sleeps. >> there are people out there. what are you doing? >> one dude, gary, is just getting home from the bars. times square there, the crossroads of the world. >> that's what they call it, they do. it's looking pretty quiet, like we said, a couple people. but it was a very different scene yesterday afternoon when a swarm of bees came to visit. >> yeah. wabc's jim dolan was there. >> reporter: i've got to tell this story. so the hot dog vendor was right here, but he had no stomach for all those bees. so as soon as he could, he packed up his buns and hot dogs and got out of here, and if you saw even a portion of what he
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saw, you would, too. it was like an alfred hitchcock movie if hitchcock had realized just how cool it would be to shoot in times square. a cloud of bees came out of nowhere, buzzed around aimlessly for a while and then settled. >> the bees are attacking the refreshment hot dog man. >> i guess the queen settled on the hot dog umbrella and they went there and basically just for about an hour. >> reporter: they did kind of settle on the umbrella of a hot dog stand where the nypd beekeeper tried to vacuum them away. >> the nypd police department has its own beekeeper? >> apparently, i can see him. he's doing a good job. >> reporter: in time, most of the bees were carted off. they tweeted out fear not, new yorkers and tourists, midtown manhattan is all abuzz about nypd's ability to bee a
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full-service organization. >> most of people walked into it and didn't realize. once they realized, just trying to scatter, run away, get away from the bees. >> reporter: there were a lot of bees and a lot of people in times square. so far as we can tell, no one got stung. jim dolan, channel 7. >> they're everywhere. >> creepy! >> insane! >> seriously. >> also they have a beekeeper? >> who knew nypd had a beekeeper? they're there for everything. you thought the only annoying people in times square were those people dressed in like the elmo costume. >> here's my other question. who has to take those bees out of the bee vacuum? >> hmm. >> my thoughts are with you. >> bees in the trap. bees in the trap. >> my thoughts are with you. >> bees in the trap. bees in the trap. ♪
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good morning. i'm kendis gibson. >> i'm maggie rulli in for diane macedo. here are some of the top stories we're following on "world news now." primary voters in florida chose the candidates endorsed by donald trump and bernie sanders. meanwhile, in arizona, both parties chose women house incumbents to run for senate. a massive raid by i.c.e. agents. they say the employees are in the country illegally. it's being called one of the largest worksite crackdowns in a decade. a criminal investigation is ongoing. for the fourth consecutive year the united states has set a record no one wants. the number of sexually-transmitted diseases has reached an all-time high.
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the cdc is reporting a 10% spike in std cases. and a massive coral reef off the south carolina coast is 85 miles long and may have been hidden from humans for hundreds of thousands of years. those are some of our top stories this wednesday august 29th. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> we do say good morning on this wednesday. >> what do you think is living down there in that coral reef? >> just in time for us humans to destroy it. >> now we found you. we begin this half hour with commemorations getting under way for john mccain today as the country mourns his passing and celebrates his life. >> mccain will lie in state there in the rotunda of arizona's state capital and what
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would have been his 82nd birthday. his close friend senator lindsey graham gave an emotional tribute on the floor of the senate. here is marci gonzalez. >> reporter: final preparations under way to celebrate john mccain's light every detail at the arizona capital building where the six-term senator and war hero will lie in state checked and confirmed with the mccain family. >> our mission has been to follow their lead and the senator's wishes. honestly, i'm very proud to be a part of it. >> reporter: the family reportedly not inviting president trump to any of this week's services after the white house flag was raised monday then lowered back down again president trump made his first comments. >> we very much appreciate everything that senator mccain has done for our country. >> reporter: saying the white house will instead be represented at memorial services by vice president mike pence,
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chief of staff john kelly, national security adviser john bolton and defense secretary jim mattis. >> our country has lost a great patriot and our military one of our most ardent supporters. >> reporter: there will be a memorial service here in phoenix on thursday. joe biden will deliver a eulogy and will be one of the pallbearers at a memorial service saturday in washington, d.c. marci gonzalez, abc news, phoenix. florida primary voters listened to donald trump and bernie sanders and chose candidates for governor that both then endorsed. the bigger upset was in the democratic race where the tallahassee mayor, andrew gillum was the shocking winner there. he did not have the backing of the party establishment but was endorsed by bernie. he was the first black nominee for florida governor from either party. he will face ron desantis.
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he picked up the endorsement of the president showing key influence there in a race. >> gillum and desantis were helped by endorsements, but picking up such high-profile support may be a double edged sword. >> brad mielke explains why. >> we talk about the power of an endorsement from president trump, but what do you do if the women in your district aren't his biggest fans. it's a largely hispanic district in miami and in 2016 it went heavily for hillary clinton. abc's deputy political director maryalice parks says we're seeing a difference between republican men begging president trump for his endorsement and republican women who worry the president might undermine their message. >> the republican there who secured the nomination, she's new to politics, a cuban american, maria salazar. she didn't mention the president's name once in her speech. she says she's going to win because she's independent of
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him. that's a different kind of republican woman. >> she will face a female challenger. one of many seats democrats hope they can flip. they hope female voters will be a difference in november. you can hear more on "start here" later this morning. check it out on apple podcast or your favorite podcasting app. google is responding to the president's claim that its search engine is rigged to show bad news about him. president trump made this claim on twitter without providing any proof. however, a trump official says the white house is taking a look at possible federal regulation of google searches. google released a statement saying a search is not used to set a political agenda, and we don't bias our results toward any political ideology. turning now to the sexual abuse controversy plaguing the catholic church and sparking calls for pope francis to
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resign. close associates of the pope say he's embittered by the allegations of an archbishop who claims pope francis knew in 2013 that cardinal mccarrick was a predator. but now they're questioning the timing of the archbishop's allegations. >> i do think that it was bad form on the part of an archbishop to write a letter like that. about the pope. without perhaps having actually consulted the pope beforehand. without actually having expressed his concerns to the pope beforehand. clearly, he took advantage of the pope being in that situation. which i think was mean-spirited. >> the head of the u.s. conference of bishops has requested an audience with the pope to discuss how to deal with the scandal. the comedian louis ck is
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facing backlash for returning to the stage. he dropped by for a surprise performance at the comedy cellar. it was his first performance since admitting to inappropriate conduct. but some say it's too soon for a comeback. the club's owner says he was in a difficult position and says he cares about doing the right thing. there can't be a permanent life sentence on someone who does something wrong. now to a guy in california who may learn the hard way there's no such thing as a free meal. >> los angeles police say they've caught the so-called dine and dash dater. paul gonzalez is accused of running out on the check during ten dates with women he met online. the latest victim was stuck with a $130 bill for shrimp and filet mignon dinner. he could face 13 years in prison if convicted. that's a sentence for just being a terrible boyfriend. who knew? you know, i don't like you. 13 years in prison. you give me a bad date, you're
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going down. >> it wasn't like he was stealing from these restaurants. >> he left the women with the bill, it sounds like. >> sadly, there are some people who are probably like, does this mean there's not a second date or what? >> we are not that desperate, okay? my eyes have just recovered from my visit to singapore. we're going back for another dip in the pool in that shark suit. it's this summer's and this morning's summer rewind. also a tv reporter who found herself right in the middle of the story with a dangerously close call. that's straight ahead. >> you're watching "world news now."
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vehicle and hit her camera person's car. story says she thought she was about to be run over. >> that's what i remember is how bad is this going to hurt? and then i see the car driving by me, and i think, what just happened? >> the driver is facing a number of charges, including driving without a license. he told police he was just trying to get around the cars in the area. >> the reaction from her producers was, does that mean you won't be able to go live in the next half hour? >> too close to home. >> glad to know they are all okay. we have another close call this morning, this time for three friends driving along a mountain road in southern california. >> a boulder came crashing down onto the road right in front of them. too close to avoid, the driver swerved, but the rock kept bouncing and hitting their car, again and again. they say it seemed like they may be thrown over the edge of the road. >> i never once would have thought a rock would have landed on us. today jubld, thankful to be alive. >> that woman was sitting in the back seat and suffered a
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♪ well, this week we've been taking a look back at our favorite pieces from this past summer. >> and this was not a favorite, but we'll run it anyway. >> my favorite. >> so this morning we're featuring my trip to singapore where i got to show off my summer bod or something like that, and the world's largest rooftop infinite pool. it is one of the most recognizable hotels in the world, the majestic marina bay sands in singapore. since opening in 2010, nearly
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every celebrity known to instagram has been spotted here. most capturing its rooftop infinity pool 57 stories above the city. 57 stories high above singapore, it is the most photographed pool in the entire world. you'd think this is where they invented the term. >> let me take a selfie. ♪ >> more on the pool in a moment. daiquiri please. it's 8:30 in the morning. but i got to see an area of the hotel few get to see, unless of course you're a high roller or just pretending to be a high roller. wow, look at that. presidential suite. hi. >> good afternoon. welcome to marina pay sands. >> george rowe is the director of operation and unfortunately for him, that means my tour
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guide. the presidential suite is a massive a thousand-square foot four bedrooms, five bathrooms suite. >> would you like to watch some tv? >> yeah, i would. where is it? wow, pretty impressive. what time is "world news now" on? what's behind here? >> what's where your personal butler is stationed. >> personal butler? all right. hanging out. >> he's always at your service. >> he's ready to go. >> what? sure. >> your expectations every time. and to the left we have our spa/steam room and workout facilities. >> does that mean i have to work
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out? ♪ let's get physical whoa, i lift, bro. >> so i'll take you into one of the bedrooms. >> okay. >> one of the three within this suite. this will have two beds. each has its own private bath, his and hers. >> yes, tower. >> amazing. >> if you need to use the toilet. >> automatically opens? >> for you, it does. >> if you eat spicy food does it close automatically? >> i'll call housekeeping. >> and here we have the master suite. >> yeah. >> with the master king-sized bed. >> and of course, the view and the balcony. >> and just a small point, so hopefully it helps you sleep better at night. sweet dreams, kg. so in most suites, you have a his and hers sink. here we have a his and her bathroom. >> nice. what's this? >> your walk-in closet, of course.
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>> oh, hey. thank you. is he behind every closet? >> he's everywhere. as you can see, the walls are covered with beautiful carpentry. i don't want you to get lost. >> massage. >> kendis? >> that's because i carry the entire show. not easy. >> kendis? >> i just want it longer on top and shorter on the sides. >> kendis? i see you found the salon room. we have a state-of-the-art karaoke system. aonefen?e? ♪ la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, ♪
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♪ doo, doo, doo, doo ♪ ah, ah, ah, ah, ah >> cheers. >> so what do you think? >> i love it. just wish we had some live music. >> joel? ♪ ♪ >> the property made up of three beautiful towers and 2,500 rooms and suites. it's also known for its high-end restaurants -born chef. the chef taking me through one of their signature meals. how best to attack it? so i woue of the fish off the side, pick up some of the broth and noodles and take it as one piece. >> now feeling fat and happy, back to the marina bay sands
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signature, the rooftop pool. it takes 20 minutes to swim from one end to the other. the pool, in addition to its unusual skyrise rooftop garden quickly becoming the most recognizable thing in this entire city. all right, no problem. i guess i'll just use this costume to impress the locals. ♪ [ screams ] >> it's me, it's me. i'm a lifeguard. it's why we can't have good things. >> you ruined it for everybody. >> i don't know if you've seen "crazy rich asians" but one of the pivotal scenes is there. >> were you in the scene as well? >> no. >> they kicked him out, please, sir. >> not allowed back in singapore ever again.
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♪ ♪ r-e-s-p-e-c-t you hear the queen of soul right there, and the outpouring of love for aretha franklin continues. there's a growing list of stars that will sing at her funeral on friday. >> but first, mourners are paying their respects as a public viewing continues in detroit. debra roberts has more. >> reporter: an overwhelming outpouring of support. fans spilling in aretha franklin's hometown of detroit, she spoke for us all when she demanded respect. ♪ r-e-s-p-e-c-t ♪ find out what it means to me ♪ ♪ just a little bit ing around the charles h. wright
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museum of african-american history. there was even a pink cadillac on hand.e riin ged , bouquets . the scene church like for a woman who began her career there. her father was a preacher. ♪ chain, chain, chain ♪ chain of fools >> reporter: aretha once spoke of the moment she told him it was time to branch out. >> i decided i wanted to change fields. so i let him know, to get him to the field of rhythm and blues and pop music. >> reporter: the legendary singer died earlier this month. and in a polarized country, her famous music now a legacy. >> aretha makes you feel.
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that's really what she does. she makes you feel the records. >> reporter: aretha franklin's funeral will be star-studded, with performances from stevie wonder and others. >> we got her music. >> reporter: many recalling how the first lady of soul once described her defining anthem. >> everyone wants respect. everyone needs respect. from the young to the very old. we all want respect. and we all want to be appreciated. >> reporter: deborah roberts, abc news, new york. >> a lot of people are paying attention to that photo of her in the casket and making note of those stiletto red heels. >> lookin' good. >> absolutely, for her homecoming indeed. a lot of people will be paying attention to that funeral service. >> ariana grande will be performing as well.
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this morning on "world news now," an e >> people across the region are feeling the quake as emergency crews check for possible damage. also this morning, a major upset in a key primary race in the all-important battleground state of florida. what the rests are revealing about the current political climate. a man who nearly lost his life in a rare cape cod shark attack speaks out for the first time as we see him recovering in the hospital. how he says he survived. and later in the mix, important health news for those who think they are too busy to take a vacation. >> that's not us. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> show of hands. people who are too busy to take a vacation? >> we're -- too busy? are we supposed to be too busy?
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>> no. we're supposed to keep busy. >> the thing is, we like our vacations. >> i don't know what jack is doing. >> the guy behind me, way too busy. >> we're going to tell you why it's incredibly important to take vacations. >> diane's been on vacation for a month and a half. >> we've got to get on diane's schedule. >> who's her agent? man. let's begin with the breaking news. an earthquake rattling the los angeles area. >> magnitude 4.4 quake was centered near the city of la verne 25 miles east of los angeles. the magnitude 3.4 quake followed a minute later, and this is what it looked like from a security camera outside a home near the epicenter. you can see the shaking. there were no immediate reports of serious damage or injuries.
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the earthquake was felt as far south as san diego, that's 100 miles away. >> a lot of people felt it. it jolted a lot of folks and they went to twitter to react to it as they would, but luckily no major damage reports this morning. and now to dallas where the jury who has found a former police officer guilty in the fatal shooting of an unarmed black teenager. roy oliver fired into a car of black teens. >> it's very rare for a jury to convict police officers, and now this fired officer awaits his punishment. marcus moore has more. >> reporter: a former police officer, he is now a convicted murderer. it hinges on this body cam footage when oliver, who is white, fires on a car of black teens last year. killing jordan edwards in the
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front seat who was unarmed. >> see that kid in the blue shirt? that's jordan. he doesn't know it, but he's got about ten seconds to live. a time bomb. >> reporter: prosecutors argue oliver was a ticking time bomb. he and his partner breaking up a party. oliver runs into the chaos, stopping at his vehicle to retrieve his weapon. he runs down the street. gun drawn, then fires, five times. >> he was trying to hit you. >> reporter: early on in the investigation oliver claimed that car carrying the teens was backing up aggressively. but the car was actually driving away. oliver who was fired from the force testified in his own defense. >> they were about to hit my partner.
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>> reporter: his partner telling jurors he never feared for his jordan edwards' father happy to see justice for his son. the sentence phase could go on for another day. oliver faces up to life in prison. marcus moore, abc news, dallas. now to the big political story in morning and a major upset in florida. voters there have chosen candidates for governor that come from the opposite ends of the political spectrum. the congressman, ron desantis, a member of the freedom caucus beating the establishment candidate after picking up an early endorsement from president trump. but the surprise of the night really came on the democratic side. andrew gillum, see him right there as the tallahassee mayor, endorsed by bernie sanders, defeated the daughter of the
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former governor. and in arizona, mcsally beat two more conservative candidates. president trump has reportedly revived the idea of firing jeff sessions. the president's allegedly still furious over his decision to recuse himself from the russia investigation. sources say he discussed the issue with his advisors and lawyers. sessions still has the full backing of the top republican in the senate. >> i have total confidence in the attorney general. i think he ought to stay exactly where he is. >> it's not one thing, it's a series of things. i see a relationship that seems to be deteriorating by the minute. and we need an attorney general that has the confidence of the president. >> that's a big switch for lindsey graham. last year he said there would be
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holy hell to pay if the president fired sessions. the president supposedly said there will be violence if the gop loses the elections. it was an attempt to scare them into urging their congregations to vote. he says if democrats take control of congress they will overturn everything they've done quickly and violently. the deal with north korea is collapsing, two months after president trump announced there was no longer a nuclear threat. the trump administration now admits kim jong un may be going in a different direction. here's abc's john karl. >> reporter: in a clear sign, the president trump's dream of a grand nuclear deal with north korea may be fading away, nikki haley says kim jong un may not want to give up his nuclear weapons after all. >> look, are they wishing or changing their mind on denuclearization? it's possible.
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it soundike almost a d starting very quickly, very, very quickly, absolutely. >> reporter: as soon as he returned from singapore, he said there is no more nuclear threat from north korea, but the president was prompted to call off the next round of talks. the president canceled secretary of state mike pompeo's trip to pyongyang, tweeting we are not making sufficient progress with respect to the denuclearization. shortly after that, sounds of fury out of north korea. state media accusing the united states of, quote, double dealing and hatching a criminal plot to unleash a war to commit a crime which deserves merciless divine punishment. and in a significant development, jim mattis said the u.s. could resume major exercises with south korea.
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>> we have no plans at this time to suspend any more exercises. >> reporter: the state department said tuesday that the united states stands ready to reengage but only when north korea stands ready to deliver on its promise of getting rid of its nuclear weapons. jonathan karl, abc news, the white house. wisconsin's governor has declared a state of emergency. floodwaters have shut down a major highway. crews recovered the body of one man whose car stalled in a flood water and swept into a drainage ditch. more than 11 inches fell overnight in the madison area. a man who survived a shark attack is speaking out for the first time. william litton says he survived after punching the shark in the gills, this after he clamped
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down on his leg. the 61-year-old doctor from new york hit the shark so hard that he now has to wear an arm cast. he was placed in a coma for two days and underwent six surgeries and is facing weeks of rehab. he's in no rush to go back in the water. i don't blame him. >> what an incredible story. he nearly broke his arm with that force. amazing fight. there's a new study that answered the question, what state has the hardest-working people. >> i thought it was going to be us. i really thought new yorkers were going to get it. but the 50 states are ranked. and they found that the hardest-working state is, wait for it, alaska. number one. now the entire top five is west of the mississippi. states three through five including wyoming, south dakota and nebraska all border each other. >> interesting. >> i get that. they put in a lot of long hours out there working outside.
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but still, i like to give us a little credit. >> those in the study were just watching all the alaskan tv shows. >> there are so many fishermen there. >> -- these people. >> exactly. >> isn't there like alaska state troopers as well? >> they're working on reality shows. >> ice road truckers. coming up, the daring moment a police officer sprinted into the face of danger to rescue a family from their burning home without any protective gear. also the growing danger on the road. golf carts. why police are being forced to take action. >> you're watching "world news now". now".
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a suburban dallas police officer is being hailed a hero after running into a burning home to rescue a family. >> officer sam click is behind the body camera. he was on patrol just before 2:00 a.m. over the weekend. he could hear the screams and see the flames. he woke up the father and babies.
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>> the other officer rescued four boys in another room. officer click had no fire training or protective gear. we hear from him coming up later on "america this morning." we're going to turn to a growing safety issue on many roads, especially in warmer climates, but it might not be what you're thinking. we're talking about golf carts used to get around in traffic. >> police are being forced to take action if you can believe that. steve osunsami shows us why. >> reporter: people are getting hurt. watch as this golf cart rolls over taking a turn and the teenagers are thrown out into the street. and take a look at this guy on the interstate. >> being on a golf cart makes it more scary. >> reporter: in 2017, there were an estimated 18,000 injuries resulting from golf carts. this boy suffered a brain injury.
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>> he had less than a 10% chance of making it. >> reporter: luckily, drew beat the odds. >> he's a fighter and survivor. >> i feel really lucky to be alive. >> reporter: towns are making new rules. earlier this year, this coastal community raised the bar on golf cart safety, requiring everything from turn signals to seat belts. >> i'm going to issue a citation for not wearing a seat belt. >> reporter: we saw a steady stream of golf carts on the roads. in carolina beach, they are allowed on the roads with 35-mile-per-hour speed limits or below. but laws vary from town to town across the country. we saw carts in heavy traffic. we showed all these videos to the president and ceo of the national safety council.
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>> this makes me really uncomfortable. >> reporter: what she sees worries her. >> allowing golf carts to operate on roadwaywher e's otr traffic is not safe. so even thought might be permitted, it may not idea for people to actually do this. >> reporter: the international light transportation vehicle association does not recommend them on city streets but they are inherently safe when used properly. laws vary from state to state. in some places you can be as young as 14 and still legally drive a golf cart. steve osunsami, abc news, peachtree city, georgia. >> who knew that was an issue in the middle of america. >> no idea. coming up, we are going to open up the vault and look at
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this day, this month, 1968. the democratic convention on this very night. now." >> that's next on "world news now."
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50 years ago this very morning, the nation was just starting to learn about the violence erupting at the 1968 democratic national convention in chicago. >> thousands of anti-war protesters faced off with police. the whole world was watching, and this morning we open the abc news vault to look back at one of the most divisive times in american history. >> reporter: 20,000 members of the youth international party, yippies, they call themselves. they say they were there to protest the war, racism, poverty and other social ills. some were trying to draw attention from the convention to the streets. mayor richard daly vowed to keep it peaceful, even if it took force to keep the peace. he was backed by 12,000 police, 5,000 national guardsmen, 7500
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regular army troops. but the yippies succeeded. they got their confrontation. restraint was absent on both sides. the demonstrators repeatedly tried to march on the side of the convention, the stockyards, repeatedly they were forced back. >> members went over to mi avenue and began marching south, interrupting traffic, interrupting other americans who were going home from work, pursuing their normal pursuits. this unruly group of revolutionaries, and that's what they are, ladies and gentlemen, you gentlemen here know it, the people sitting in their homes across america know it. people in taverns watching television know it. these people are revolutionaries, bent on the destruction of the government of the united states of america. they're a pitiful handful. they have almostreally big. they're referred to as kids.
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they're referred to as yippies. gentlemen, the hard-core leadership of this group are communists. the chicago police department once again went to the head of the group and told them that if they would simply get up on the sidewalk east of the conrad hilton hotel they could hold a rally. clubs were swinging, men were hit on the head, men were arrested. this is what happens when people charge a police line. >> reporter: even inside the convention hall, the virus of violence was pervasive. dan rather and walter cronkite, cbs news. >> take your hands off of me! unless you intend to arrest me, don't push me. >> the national guard troops, some of them are carrying what look like flamethrowers, they are not. they are containers for chemical gas.
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and it's time for the mix. >> it is. >> ooh, ooh. >> going to start with that vacation study. >> yes. >> this is a very detailed study that was done by the university of helsinki in finland that shows taking three weeks vacation from office has huge health benefits. they studied about 1200 middle aged men from 1919 to 1934. no, no, they needed that. they studied them over the course of 40 years. and the participants who had to have at least one risk factor and they found those who took less than three weeks vacation were 37% more likely to die. >> so we -- >> the others were --
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>> more likely to live. live their best life. >> forever. exactly, exactly. that's all you need? >> so forget about any other study you've ever read about what you need to eat or drink, just make sure you don't work. take your vacation days. get out there, live your life. >> compared to other countries, we are screwed. in the uk, 28 paid days per year. the u.s. does not guarantee workers any paid annual leave. >> yay! good luck, everybody. >> all right. oh, well. >> take a vacation. >> preferably disneyland. we drink the kool-aid. now to someone who's never going to get a day off work and you know why? he's a robot. the wave of the future. look at this little dude. a hard-working 4-foot robot in miami. he's working to deliver room service, play music, and if
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you're lonely, engage in conversation. >> really? >> get your mind out of the gutter, kendis. >> it is -- >> it can help guests get to their location, answer easy questions. there's already one working in boston. but they are looking for names. if you have any ideas. >> what do you suggest, jack? >> what's that? >> what do you suggest? >> for the robot's name. >> how about -- >> wait for it. all right, we're going to get back to you, don't worry. so we got nothing. you tell us instead, okay? this is pretty cool. surfer catches a wave, not on a surfboard but on an air mattress. this is in newport beach. is this for real? >> that's amazing. >> his face looks superimposed on that thing. >> is this a waterbed?
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this wednesday morning on "world news now," this wednesday morning on "world news now," the voters speak. the surprising primary results from florida and president trump's impact on the latest election results and what it could mean ahead of the november midterms. also this morning we take you to puerto rico where the staggering new headline about the impact of hurricane maria one year later, and the shocking death toll. and new this half hour, should the nfl season be longer? >> and why cowboys owner jerry jones says his idea for a longer season would actually improve safety for players. and russell crowe's transformation. the oscar winner showing off his new look. will you even recognize him? ahead in "the skinny" on this wednesday, august 29th. from abc news, this is "world news now."
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you know i recently re-watched "gladiator" and remembered how good he is in that movie for multiple reasons, so i'm excited about this transformation. >> the thing is, he looks nothing like his "gladiator" days. >> oh, his shining moment. we'll talk about kendis potentially growing out facial hair as well. >> but we have primary results. >> don't change the subject. we are checking in on florida and arizona where the results could not have been more different. >> florida voters chose male candidates on opposite ends of the political spectrum. neither is a party regular. both got big name endorsements. >> and in arizona, both are moderates, incumbents in the house and both women. rick klein breaks down the results.
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>> reporter: democrats in florida delivering one of the biggest upsets of the primary season. the 39-year-old mayor of tallahassee, andrew gillum, with an endorsement from bernie sanders. >> this race is about every single one of us. >> reporter: he'll face off against ron desantis who was donald trump's hand-picked selection for the governor's race. >> i'm not always the most popular guy in d.c., but i did have support from someone in washington. if you walk down pennsylvania avenue, he lives in the white house with the pillars in front of it. >> reporter: meanwhile, a hard-fought race for senate ended essentially as expected. martha mcsally will go on to face kyrsten sinema. where they ran closer to trump than the late senator john mccain.
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the sitting governor in florida clinched the nomination to take on democratic senator bill nelson. this was the last primary for this year and it set the stage for a raucous fall. the attorney general jeff sessions is facing an uncertain future amid word that president trump has again revived the idea of getting rid of him. the "washington post" reports the president spoke to his aides and personal attorneys at least twice this month about the possibility of firing sessions. but sources tell the post the president was persuaded to hold off at least until after the midterm elections in november. so from politics to weather. we're checking on extreme flooding. emergency crews in wisconsin recovered the body of a man swept away by floodwaters after his car stalled. days of rain have caused power outages, mudslides and evacuations.
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>> and the suffocating heat in the northeast has claimed a young life. an 11-year-old girl died after being left alone in a hot car in her family's driveway in long island, new york. >> that heat and storms will be sticking around for another few days. >> let's check in with paul williams with accuweather. >> sweltering conditions gripping the east coast. this is the sequel to the heat we had yesterday. another round of 100 to 110-degree real feel, and feeling like 90-100 everywhere else. watch for heat-related illnesses. risk for high electrical demand because of the need for air conditioning. and watch for severe storms from louisville to toronto. a new study finds the death toll from hurricane maria last year in puerto rico was nearly 50 times bigger than the initial figures released by the government.
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victor oquendo has the story. >> repor 2,975 people lost their lives due to maria, the official death toll had been 64. the power out for months, medicine in short supply. president trump visiting puerto rico, tossing paper towels to those affected and then declaring maria's destruction was far short of katrina. >> if you look at a real catastrophe like katrina, and you look at the tremendous, hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of people who died. >> reporter: the president at the time speaking of the immediate death toll in puerto ricofi 16 people versus in the thousands. >> reporter: but even then, families across puerto rico where more than 3 million american citizens live found the
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numbers difficult to believe. >> we have heard inspectors have been visiting some of these buildings all over puerto rico. have you seen any inspectors? >> they have not come to these apartments. >> no one has come. >> no one. >> reporter: and we asked, has anyone brought food? >> how much food and water have they brought? >> none. >> nothing? >> none at all. >> reporter: abc news returning to the island several times, outrage over how long it took for the power to return and disbelief over the initial death toll, far lower than what many thought here. two months ago we were back. we've got that worker up there trying to restore power. the electricity still had not come back on. do you feel forgotten? >> yeah. >> reporter: the official new death count. it is what so many feared and believed all along. the more than 3 million american
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citizens living in puerto rico are all too familiar with the dangers they face. victor oquendo, abc news, orlando. dallas cowboys owner jerry jones is pushing for a longer nfl season. he wants it extended from 16 to 18 games and claims his plan would improve player safety. >> he says it's because his plan would shorten the preseason and training camp periods where many players are put at risk. and of course there's a major financial benefit. the longer regular season could provide more than $1 billion in extra revenue for players. so quite a substantial financial benefit. >> mm-hm. health concerns came into play at the u.s. open. >> flushing meadows was like an oven with temperatures in the 90s and stifling humidity. they implemented their heat policy, imposing a 10-minute break in the action. novak djokovic and his opponent decided to cool off in adjoining ice baths, and they were naked.
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>> battling with a guy for two and a half hours, and you get in the locker room and you haven't finished the match and you're naked in the ice bath, it was a magnificent feeling, i must say. >> magnificent. >> must have been quite an image. the cold bath must have given djokovic a second wind. he came out and won the entire match. >> they had a fan that collapsed. some players dropped out. and it got him naked, which jack really excited about. >> what do you think? it gets a little warm here in studio. >> ice baths are great. >> there's an ice bath in an office somewhere. >> during our next break we're going to hop into ice baths. i'm not promising anything, kendis. coming up, a frightening case of road rage on the highway involving a tractor-trailer, and it w and the unique view inside the collapse of a nation.
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we're back with the road we're back with the road rage incident caught all on camera in new jersey. police say the suv driver got angry that that tractor-trailer right there was switching lanes so much. took things into his own hands and then that happened. >> he got pay back. >> kind of. everybody was okay, but the truck load spilled all over the highway. both drivers ended up getting tickets. we turn now overseas to the economic crisi which used to be the richest country in south america.
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but today everyday life there has become virtually impossible. >> ordinary shopping has made every day a nightmare. that's the equivalent of $2 for a chicken. toilet paper used to cost 2.6 million bolivars. >> about two pounds of carrots were 3 million. that's about 46 cents in the u.s. there was a new currency this month that has brought new challenges as well. in the meantime, venezuela's health care system is a disaster. >> alex crawford from skynews gives us an inside look. >> reporter: inside venezuela, it's a losing battle to save those who become ill. the country's crumbling health service has all but fallen. here the patients are stacked up in corners, knowing the odds are they won't leave here anytime soon. and many won't make it out at all. one of the few medics still working tells us they're only taking emergency cases.
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and everyone has to buy their own medicines, bandages, even gloves. and gloria can't afford them. she says she needs a metal pin for her broken leg, but with no supplies, she faces a long wait. when do you think she will be able to have the surgery? >> about a month, month and a half. >> reporter: she'll have to wait a month? maybe two months. whoa. or three months. whoa. many of the medics have given up because they can't survive on the minimum wage they're being paid. those still here are doing it for virtually nothing. >> everything here is so sad. i cannot help them. >> reporter: the hyperinflation in the country has virtually bankrupted the hospital.s, and g
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have had to be boarded up. dr. emily shows us cupboard after cupboard, empty of supplies. everywhere you look, there are heartbreaking stories. angelina has a brain tumor. she has become almost entirely immobile in just a few months. once one of the richest countries in latin america, she wants to take her daughter to colombia where she can get help there, but she needs the paperwork. how are you coping? because she's my daughter, she says, i have to support her and do everything i can to help her. we've been here for two months. >> a growing crisis to the south of us.> wack, s was invited to sing at aretha franklin's funeral. plus, russell crowe's new
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♪ skinny ♪ just give me "the skinny" it is a jam-packed skinny for this wednesday. and we're going to start with russell crowe. this is how we're used to seeing the 54 year old oscar winner. pretty clean cut, looking good. no problems, except for that divorce that's a little pricey. but we digress. >> we digress. back in early july, crowe posted this video online combing through his, well, substantial beard. his hair in that beard even had further to go. believe it or not. >> here's a video he just posted. >> oh, my gosh. what is going on? >> he captioned it -- >> what? >> the actor resets number one. the correct use of jazz hands. wow. by the end, crowe looking a lot more like we're used to seeing him. >> i didn't know there was an incorrect use of jazz hands.
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>> we do jazz hands in like -- >> wait, wait, wait, let's try it. get behind me. get behind me. >> all right, all right. >> take this, russell crowe. jazz hands. did it work? i don't think it worked very well. we're going to practice it now then. this is what jazz hands gets you. >> rumble. >> we're going to turn now. ariana grande that we talked about that we both love, she's been added to the list for aretha franklin's funeral. she paid tribute to the queen of soul singing "natural woman", that video has been viewed more than 3 million times. >> so ariana actually met aretha at a white house event some four years ago. franklin's publicist says aretha liked her. ariana will join stevie wonder, faith hill, jennifer hudson among other performers as franklin is laid to rest over the next couple of days.
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>> she did crush it with that cover. >> i think kelly clarkson would have crushed it as well, but kelly will not be there as far as we know. getting support in the meantime for the biggest gig of the year. she performed during the opening ceremony of the u.s. open this week. >> and she did well. everyone loved her. the 36 year old belted out several of her biggest hits. all of her fans noticed, heaping the praise on social media. >> take a listen. ♪ now the more you talk ♪ the less i can take >> how about that? ♪ >> she's good at the super bowl. >> literally get a ticket and be there at the 50 yard line hanging out. several people suggested that they hire her for february's super bowl halftime show.
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clarkson hasn't responded to that yet, but she did tweet a picture of herself at the open saying there's nothing like opening for serena williams. >> isn't that the truth? good for you, kelly. she has my support, her and ariana, super bowl. maybe nobody will listen to me. universe, it's open. now to someone else who sings but is getting cheers for his fashion choices. kanye west had criticism. you remember this, west and his wife kim. her in the electric green dress. him at rapper two chains' wedding. >> criticism came out about his footwear, yeezy. many commented that they looked too small for his feet. >> he was posting examples of feet in sandals and said it's
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anif you've got a lifee. you gotta swiffer ♪ ♪ so much for a city that so much for a city that never sleeps. >> there are people out there. what are you doing? >> one dude, gary, is just getting home from the bars. times square there, the crossroads of the world. >> that's what they call it, they do. it's looking pretty quiet, like we said, a couple people. but it was a very different scene yesterday afternoon when a swarm of bees came to visit. >> yeah. wabc's jim dolan was there. >> reporter: i've got to tell this story. so the hot dog vendor was right here, but he had no stomach for all those bees. so as soon as he could, he packed up his buns and hot dogs and got out of here, and if you saw even a portion of what he saw, you would, too. it was like an alfred hitchcock movie if hitchcock had realized
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just how cool it would be to shoot in times square. a cloud of bees came out of nowhere, buzzed around aimlessly for a while and then settled. >> the bees are attacking the refreshment hot dog man. >> i guess the queen settled on the hot dog umbrella and they went there and basically just for about an hour. >> reporter: they did kind of settle on the umbrella of a hot dog stand where the nypd beekeeper tried to vacuum them away. >> the nypd police department has its own beekeeper? >> apparently, i can see him. he's doing a good job. >> reporter: in time, most of the bees were carted off. they tweeted out fear not, new yorkers and tourists, midtown manhattan is all abuzz about nypd's ability to bee a full-service organization.
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>> most of people walked into it and didn't realize. once they realized, just trying to scatter, run away, get away from the bees. >> reporter: there were a lot of bees and a lot of people in times square. so far as we can tell, no one got stung. jim dolan, channel 7. >> they're everywhere. >> creepy! >> insane! >> seriously. >> also they have a beekeeper? >> who knew nypd had a beekeeper? they're there for everything. you thought the only annoying people in times square were those people dressed in like the elmo costume. >> here's my other question. who has to take those bees out of the bee vacuum? >> hmm. >> my thoughts are with you. >> bees in the trap. bees in the trap. >> my thoughts are with you. >> bees in the trap. bees in the trap. ♪
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>> crazy. that's what's making news in america this morning. making news in america this morning, an uncertain future. another clue the attorney general's days could be numbered. the new report claiming president trump has revived the idea of firing jeff sessions. plus, mixed messages from republicans on whether sessions should be replaced. a major upset in the florida primary. a mayor in his 30s winning the democratic nomination for governor. how he could make history in november. and the other big winners of the night. dramatic rescue. a police officer rushes into a burning home rescuing a family of seven. >> we got kids in here. come on, man. plus, under arrest. the

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