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line and took him down. the refs didn't throw a flag and that left cam upset. >> i don't feel safe. and enough is enough. you know, i plan on talking to commissioner gadell asht this. it's not fun -- about this. it's not fun. >> so cam whined a little and now the commissioner has promised to call him about the lack of flags. the low hit was an illegal hit. that today. if you watch the end of the play you see him apologizing. but that bad call is just one of many bad calls during that game. especially the first one that gave the panthers a 7-0 lead. the excuse? the replay system was down. as unbelievable as that sounds it's one of many bad and poor excuses we've all witnessed this season. and they wonder why ratings are slipping.
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chicago cubs game six of the world series tonight with the cleveland indians leading 3-2. we'll see you tomorrow night because this one was all cubbies. a 7-0 lead with the help of a grand slam in the third inning. jimmy kimmel up next with the annual halloween candy challenge where parents pretend they ate their kid's candy. >> and people laugh at kids crying. here's a taste. >> tons of people sending in videos including abc 15's anchor dan spindle and his wife. >> where's my candy? >> what candy? >> my candy. >> the candy you got last night trick-or-treating. guess what? >> what? >> mommy ate it all.
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you can see more videos on kimmel in minutes following this newscast. by the way what happens next in that video is adorable. it will make your heart melt. i posted it on my facebook page. >> they always say something that the parents have said. like you're going to get a tummy ache. >> they'll say something worse than that. okay here's your seven-day forecast. a slight chance for showers
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promotional deal, actually. >> as it should. cricket supplier sent a tweet confirms he's the latest to join the brand and asked, #canyouhandlethebite. interesting. >> i guess >> there you go. we don't know anything about cricket. >> we cover everything. cricket, like all nine days of a match, we cover here. >> that one transcends. >> yeah. coming up, more than three weeks away from thanksgiving, and the new black friday's already here. what? the major retailer already offering deep holiday discounts, but is it worth it to buy now or should you wait for better deals later?
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janet jackson reportedly chose two very personal names if her baby is a boy. we're going to have that story in the skinny. you're watching "world news now." >> "world news now" weather
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course, and thanksgiving is the lightest day for travel, and if you are planning to fly, buy your tickets soon. air fare prediction apps show round trip tickets for the holiday average $312. that's nearly $100 more than usual. fares go up about $4 a day or about $6 a day closer to thanksgiving. and good news is if you still need to book a christmas flight, there may be some fare sales that are on cyber monday of course, the monday after thanks giving. >> while we're talking about cyber monday, talk about black friday. >> that's true. never too soon. apparently, one major retailers is offering black friday discounts, but would it pay to wait for a better deal? >> reporter: the real black friday may be weeks away, but as far as amazon's concerned, it starts now.
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new deals as often as every five minutes, hoping to grab attention of the roughly 41% of shoppers who start their holiday hunt in early november. >> i already started. >> you already started? >> i'm a last minute shopper. >> too early. >> the earlier they start, the better prospects they have of trying to get that shopper. >> reporter: amazon unveiling deals like this curved 55-inch tv, originally $1500, now on sale for $1,000 and 70% off for winter jackets. another retailer kicking deals off early with deals on dell pt >> a lot deals come out on friday and more merchandise. >> reporter: if you plan to buy big ticket items like electronics, it pays to wait. the best selection at the best prices happen at thanksgiving and beyond. abc news, new york. >> i don't agree with that woman. >> that woman. >> the earlier they start
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>> do you think? no. i actually -- >> it's annoying. >> i immediately went to amson to look for deals and ended up bying for myself, usually what happens. >> why i always overpay for things. all right. when we come back, how janet jackson is honoring her two late brothers with a special baby name. >> why bono has been named woman of the year. >> face plant emoji.
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? skinny so skinny ? time now for the skinny, starting with breaking celebrity baby news. >> well, it's not really breaking. >> yeah. >> janet jackson has not said yet whether she's having a girl or a boy, but we are finding out this morning that the pop diva's going to name her child michael brandon after her late brothers, the king of pop, of course, her brother's twin who died at birth. >> the jackson's millionaire business mogul is on board with the name, but the baby will have a muslim first and last name. sticking with a little bit of tradition there. >> yeah. next, a special honor for bono. >> yeah.
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to be included, wait for it, in "glamour" magazine's women of the year list. >> saying restricting the list to women started feeling outdated, giving that so many men are doing wonderful things for women these days, and bono is one of those guys who just gets it. >> oh. >> the magazine says. he does kind of get it. >> the magazine says one of the main factors that steered the committee to bono was him being an activist speaking about women's issues around the world. my favorite story of the halloween candy prank. >> he tried to prank his own daughter. it didn't quite work out. it did work, however, on scores of other kids. >> i ate all of your halloween candy. there's no more left.
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what? >> my candy's gone! >> i ate it all! >> i ate all your halloween candy. >> what? no. >> i ate all your halloween candy. >> you're just joking. >> nope. i ate it all. >> i ate it all. >> no! >> yep. >> no! >> i hate you! you ate all my candy that we worked so hard to get, and i went walking for hours. >> well, i ate some too. >> how could you hate this? it's awesome. >> it's hilarious. >> i love the reactions. they are amazing.
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? >> all right. >> i don't know, but i've got heads up. >> heads up is >> there's another new app that we want to tell you about. it's transforming school cafeterias from social land mines to even the safe spaces for the most apprehensive kids. >> it's the brain child of a california teenager who knew all too well how stressful it can be just to find a seat at lunchtime. here's david muir. >> reporter: they are the famous faces, all of them with the same message. >> i'm james marsden, it's a serious issue, and we can stop it. >> reporter: taking on bullying in america, and our parent company, disney, teaming up where us at abc for the choose kindness campaign. traveling to a place we
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student came up with her own solution. >> so we meet in the cafeteria. it's been a long time since i've had a high school lunch. >> reporter: but we were hungry. >> what made you come up with the idea to help other kids at lunch? >> well, i was pretty severely bullied at my old school. >> reporter: natalie hampton invented an app. called? >> sit with us. as soon as you open it, there's the welcome screen. >> i love that. never eat lunch alone. >> reporter: sign up and ask other students to join you, telling them they are welcome at your table. >> these are all students that use this? >> yeah. >> sit with us app used all over the country. in utah, this sophomore welcomes kevin. >> guys, this is kevin >> reporter: caden sitting by
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a high school senior. >> my favorite part is seeing how much a difference it makes in students' lives. >> are you surprised, yourself, at how many people took advantage of the app? >> the fact it's gone international in under a month is astounding to me. they don't have to feel like they have to sit by themselves. they know -- >> thank you for sitting with me at lunk. >> thank you. >> our thanks to david muir. >> reminding me of a scene fro mean girls, check it out. >> we want to invite you to have lunch with us every day for the rest of the week. >> oh, it's okay. >> coolness, see you tomorrow. >> on wednesdays we wear pink. >> on wednesdays we wear pink. >> that explains why i never got invited to lunch to sit with anybody. >> that happened to you? >> absolutely. >> happened to everybody.
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good morning, i'm kendis gibson. >> i'm linzie janis in for diane macedo on "world news now." closing argument, donald trump has ditched his speeches for a quiet presidential tone, at least for a day. as the rac clinton urges voters not to forget trump's most explosive comments. a full report coming up. >> investigators confirming no one was controlling asian flight 370 when it plummeted into the ocean killing all 239 people on board. new report cites satellite data consistent with the plane increasing in speed during its final moments. gas prices are expected to jump at the pump after the explosion and fire at a pipeline in alabama. it's the second time in two
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been interrupted because of a problem with the pipeline. >> and the chicago cubs used a string of home runs to win game six of the world series last night in cleveland winning 9-3 forcing a game seven tonight. those are some of the top stories we're following on this wednesday, november 2nd. from abc news, this is "world news now." good wednesday morning, everyone. >> game >> game seven. will be great. >> tonight. going to be hot. >> wrigleyville hopping last night as well as downtown cleveland and will be tonight again. >> i can't wait to watch. >> what people are watching is the race for the white house getting closer with only six days to go, donald trump and hillary clinton kris crossing the country for every vote they can get. >> a more disciplined donald trump emerged on the trail yesterday refraining from personal attacks and staying on topic. hillary clinton is trying her
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controversial comments. it's your voice, your vote. we have have more now. >> reporter: late in the game surprises for both hillary clinton and donald trump continue to weigh over the race as we see polls tightening with only one week to go. the daily abc news washington post national tracking poll shows a mere .7 percentage of a point separates the two insignificant amount, but a huge change from hillary clinton's double digit lead last week. trump's campaign hope it's enough to renew enthusiasm. the republican vp candidate, mike pence, calling for republicans to come home while the two campaigned in pennsylvania. later, trump rallies his voters
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state for trump presidency. >> for any democratic voter who have already cast their ballots for hillary clinton, wisconsin is one of several states where you can change your early ballot if you think you've made a mistake. >> reporter: meanwhile, clinton triple the down in florida with three get out the vote rallies. introducing the first one when miss universe trump insulted because of her weight. >> no trump is not getting away with it. >> reporter: at the next stop, clinton continues it attack trump's character. >> we got someone running for president who is not only bullied people and made bigoted comments about everybody -- >> making plays on the other team's turf, ads in new mexico and michigan and hillary clinton's running mate is giving a speech in spanish in arizona. abc news, washington. attorney general lynch and fbi director comey met face-to-face for the first time since the e-mail controversy reignited. they met monday and the decision
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batch of e-mails linked to hillary clinton's long time aide drew intense criticism, but a source says lynch has confidence in comey to handle the case. the fbi released files on a controversial pardon, former president bill clinton made, on the last day in office. the heavily redacted documents involve the investigation into the pardoning of wealthy democratic donor, mark rich, and found the request for the pardon did not go through normal channels at the justice department at the time. the fbi says they released in accordance with the freedom of information act. >> and an investigation ordered in china after a coal mine explosion left 33 workers dead. two people survived the blast in the country's region. chinese state media says safety
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strictly punish anyone responsible for the tragedy. the mining industry is considered among the most dangerous in the world. >> iraq forces entering houses checking for explosion. the troops were able to take the state television building despite resistance by isis forces. they restored cell service to the city that was cut off by the group. the advance on mosul is backed by u.s. air strikes. the effort to fully retake the city is, however, far from over. and with fighting raging in the syria city of aleppo, russia's top defense official accuses rebels of killing civilians. he's claiming that forces trying to break the government siege of the eastern part of aleppo launched attacks on homes, schools, as well as hospitals and said rebels are blocking syria civilians from leaving certain areas of the city. >> back here at home now in the search for answers in a deadly
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six people died including the driver of the school bus which crashed and caused the accident. abc's mary bruce is at the scene. >> reporter: both busses violently ripped apart. the gnarly wreckage unrecognizable other than a steering wheel. police say the school bus careened down the street like a pinball. >> looks like a bomb went through the bus. >> reporter: roughly 6:30 a.m. when the school bus plows into a back of a mustang and crashes into a cement pillar before colliding at a high speed with into the driver's side. six people killed including the driver of the school bus. firefighters cutting through the school bus in search of students. thankfully, none are on board. >> you can still see debris strewn across the street here, and look what's left the mustang car. the back of it completely ripped apart, and the car shredded. the driver of the car overcome with emotion.
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who lost loved ones. >> reporter: the ntsb is on the scene investigating the cause. missing from the scene? skid marks. the police say the bus may not have braked. abc news, baltimore. a spinal cord illness in the pacific northwest, the condition may be to blame for the death of a 6-year-old boy in seattle. one of nine children treated in washington state just this fall. now doctors say the cases could be a rare illness known as afm, acute malitis beginning with reflexes, and paralysis in hours. cases have been reported in 33 states this year. another day of transportation woes as the strike enters a second day. the strike was not supposed to affect commuter rail lines and services in areas outside of the city, but the transit agency said striking workers were preventing some regional train crews from reported to work. that's caused train
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a car worth $185,000 is among those involved in a multivehicle accident in los angeles. take a look at what's left. oh. this is a bright green mclaren sports car. investigators believe three cars were involved, one left the scene, and that vehicle may have been racing the mclaren. two taken to the hospital, but not much is left of the vehicle. hard out there being a kitkat lover. this university student left his car for a few minutes with a candy bar in plain sight. when he came back, the candy had gone bye bye. the thief left a note, though, explaining he loves the candy and was hungry. there was a tweet saying, i left for 15 minutes and came back to this. college, man. >> could have been so much worse. >> it could have. could have taken the snickers
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the almond joy. >> the radio. >> all right. >> all right. an event held last night here in new york we're very proud to mention here at abc news. it was the annual stand up for hue rows fundraiser. >> funded by our own bob woodward on the right and his wife after bob was injured covering the war in iraq back in 2006. in its ten years, it's raised more than $33 million to support wounded service members and their families. >> b the entertainers. the boss has performed at the event every year that it's been held. great going by everyone involved. really, really great event, and, of course, bob and his wife came up with the idea when he was being treated after being hurt in iraq, and they noticed that people weren't getting the kind of care that or support that he was, and so family members, for example -- >> it -- >> government doesn't pay family members to sit by your bedside necessarily. >> $33 million after all that
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impressive. >> it's great. putting your kids on a screen diet. >> why a growing number of pediatricians say no to smart phones, tablet, and other electronic devices for young children. >> and our controversial encounter with lil' wayne. the hip hop icon gave our cameras rare access. how he responded to criticism degrading to women. first, a look at today's high temperatures. "world news now" weather brought to you by unitedhealthcare.
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excessive screen time has a negative impact on brain development of young children and parents urged to put their kids on what's called a screen diet. here's wabc with more. >> reporter: 5-year-old dean perfectly happy playing ball with his brother, jack, and a friend, but when they play on the iphone or ipad, well, deen's mom knows all too well how it will end. >> give me the ipad. >> why? >> because it's time for you to be off the ipad. >> reporter: it gets worse. >> take it off. >> i want ipad. >> no more. >> yes! >> goes into a full temper tantrum. >> reporter: in fact, dean runs away at the very suggestion he go outside to play. >> lately, we've pulled it completely. they don't know how to not be on it. >> reporter: and studies are helping us understand why. research showing rapid released in the brain while kids play video games, not unlike the way
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but there's more. experts say this world is a deliberately controlled one where a kid can be the master, and that makes it harder to go back to the real world. >> well, because the real world, as it were, is much less predictable, much less controllable than those video games are. >> we're going to go play upstairs. >> no. >> reporter: here's something else, a written contract setting rules limiting usage. dawn aider, who runs workshops for parents and kids, has one in her home. >> refer to the paper. you know, this is what we agreed to. >> it's in print. >> it's in print. >> you signed. >> you can't go back on it. >> reporter: experts say it may not work for every family, but -- >> i get addicted, my brother gets addicted. >> reporter: that teaching kids a little self-awareness could go a long way. channel 7, eyewitness news. >> these studies show too much
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brains are pretty important. >> a lot of parents trying to do it to make their kids more educated, but apparently some studies show it's harming more than helping them. >> like anything, in moderation you're okay, right? >> yes. except alcohol. >> except when it comes to lil' wayne. >> yeah. lil' wayne in his own words. rare access. he's controversial, isn't he? we were given rare access to him. you're watching "world new "world news now" continues after this from our abc
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? i'm just a sucker for pain ? >> is that lil' wayne? >> okay. so extremely rare for a hip hop icon. >> i like hip hop. >> i do, but who doesn't? interviews, but gave the green light to our cameras. >> the mini mogul opened up about what critics call his offensive lyrics and the new memoir he wrote about life in prison. >> you're "up all nightline"
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? >> reporter: lil' wayne has been making music for nearly 25 years with hits like "lollipop." his lyrics crafty and calculated, but raw and explicit. >> what do you say to people who call your music offensive, degrading? >> oh, no, if that's what you think about the music, if that's what you categorize it under, then so be it. all those things made me who i am, and i am a very successful man. please keep looking out for more because it's coming, baby. >> reporter: to say this father of four is controversial is an understatement. a self-described gangster says he's often misunderstood. >> that would be the biggest misconception that i'm rude, i don't know, and they meet me, like, oh, so humble, whatever, whatever, but i'm from the south. i have to be respectful and everything like that because i have someone to answer to, and that's my mom. >> reporter: our journey started back in 2013 in his private skate park he constructed in miami. a few months later, he invited us to amsterdam backstage to a
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release a memoir. "one 'til november" is a diary that chronicles eight months spent in jail for illegal weapon possession, but outside a jail cell, his celebrity status clearly shapes his perspective stirring controversy on fox sports when he said he personally doesn't see racism because so many of his fans are white. >> i thought that was clearly a message there was no such thing as racism. >> a lot of backlash from people about that. would you change what you said? >> no, not at all. >> what's your thought on black lives matter. >> what is it? what do you mean? >> the idea there's a movement called black lives matter thinking that the rest of america didn't seem to understand that, that black lives matter. >> it just sounds weird. put a name on it? it's not a name. it's not whatever whatever.
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[ bleep ] for a reason. finally, young black are rich. if that don't let you know america understands black [ bleep ] matters these days, i don't know what it is. don't come at me with that [ bleep ]. my life matters, especially to my mom. [ bleep ]. >> do you separate yourself from it? >> i don't feel connected to a -- thing that has nothing to do with me. if you do, you crazy. [ bleep ] connected, right? connected. i'm a gang banger. i'm connected. >> reporter: he ended our interview angrily. >> [ bleep ]. >> reporter: lil' wayne in the business of making music, not apologies. for nightline, new york. >> i can't wait to get the raw tape of all of this. >> wow. >> most captivating television. i didn't understand half the tough he was saying, but
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? all right. we have good news for you this morning if you feel that you might be a little obsessed with facebook. >> and who isn't? and, also, we have the adorable halloween costume liked by nearly a quarter million people. here's "two truths and a why." >> reporter: good morning, you two. first up, a very true and very new study from the university of california san diego that facebook users are like.
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social media site is associated with living longer, yes, 12% less likely to die in a given year than nonusers, but only when the site is used to serve and maintain real world social connections. lead researchers saying the study proves a link to facebook and living longer, but they are not sure why. hey, it's an excuse to log in and post that halloween selfie you looked great in. up next, a picture too true for any moms out there. take a look at this 7-year-old from indiana who decided to dress up as a mom for halloween this year. in this picture, minutemy nom laney has dark sishlgs, two babies on board and her track suit. it's a total mess.
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apparently all her idea was liked by nearly 200,000 people on facebook. very creative. >> and, finally, newlyweds who are really putting the bear in "ring bearer," why did the couple let a 200-pound grizzly bear crash their wedding? perhaps they're from moscow and traditions are different over there. i don't know. the bride is in red, after all, but they invited a local domesticated grizzly to shoot photos with them, and he obliged wearing a bowtie to the ceremony. they presented the bride with flowers and acted as the couple's unofficial officiant. a round of a paws for the bear who made the new in-laws seem tame at the weddin >> it was putin's halloween costume, not a bear. >> it wasn't a real bear, but putin's halloween costume.
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>> this morning on "world news now" clinton and trump with different tones on the trail. >> addressing a crowd in florida, clinton lays into a shouting protester saying she is sick and tired of some trump supporters. meanwhile, trump seemed like a changed man, keeping the tone positive, and in less than a week until election day. >> a scuffle in ohio, and a scene the like something out a video game, how did it play out? >> then before they bid farewell 1600 pennsylvania avenue, for the first time, america's first family opens up their private residence to photographers. giving us a rare peek at how the obama's made the white house their home.
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>> high fly ball to left center -- >> it was that night for chicago, lucky seven for their fans, and now it all comes down to one game, a do or die final faceoff. we're going to have that, plus a friendly reminder from the sportsman in chief about where to get food for today all thanks to that stolen base. it is wednesday, november 2nd. >> from abc news, this is "world news now." >> i was watching in the makeup room. >> you were watching in the makeup room, a cubs fan? >> yeah. i'm from chicago. >> lynnzy janice is here. we brought her in just for the ohcation. >> good to be here. >> yes, linzie. >> slow clap. >> slow clap. >> excited for the cubs. i would like for them to win.
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>> as would many of the people in the north side of chicago as this was the scene -- >> oh. >> this is one of the bars that was in wrigleyville last night. can you tell the folks have been waiting a long time for this to happen? >> sad not to be in chicago. the atmosphere is electric. >> it is. of course you and i partied in wrigleyville after any cubs game, and it's fantastic. just imagine now. just imagine their excitement knowing the cubs have forced a critical game seven. in cleveland, they hoped for a this was the crowd outside the stadium there. there's the cavs across the street. ended early, and they gathered outside. >> exciting for everyone that's gone to game seven, i think. >> yes. >> a nail biter. >> it is a series that we all wanted. the fox executives are happy. >> i'm sure they are. >> this is a presidential race that a lot of people wanted to see because it has come down to the wire.
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days as the candidates are starting to double down on the battleground states and beyond that. >> hillary clinton is looking to remind voters in florida of donald trump's most damaging moments including demining and degrading comments about women during a late night rally. a protester interrupted clinton shouting allegations about her husband, but clinton fired back. >> i am sick and tired of the negative, dark, divisive vision and behavior of people who support donald trump. it is time for us to say no, we are not going backwards. we're going forward into a brighter future. >> trump struck an uncharacteristically quiet tone in pennsylvania hitting clinton on obamacare, but carefully sticking to self-incriminated
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>> in wisconsin, trump urged early voters who have second thoughts to change their ballot, a practice allowed in some states. it's your voice, your vote. >> reporter: donald trump departing from fiery speeches to deliver a closing argument. >> we have to cut our ties with petty politics of the past. >> reporter: in a pennsylvania event, running mate mike pence, spoke first, uncharacteristically six minutes longer than the nominee himself, then trump with a promise, overturning obamacare when he is sworn in. >> i will ask congress to convene a special session so we can repeal and replace, and we will do it, and we will do it very, very quickly. it is a catastrophe. >> reporter: the strangest part of the speech? what trump left out. no mention of hillary clinton's
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in fact, few attacks on clinton at all. >> i'm asking you to deem big, push for bold change, and to believe in a movement powered by our love for each other and our love for our country. >> reporter: but trump unable to avoid some of the controversies dogging him in this campaign. the washington post publishing this image, a six foot self-portrait trump reportedly bought using money from his charitable foundation. despite questions about charitable giving and refusal to with him. in a rally outside wisconsin, look at the line, as far as the eye can see. the trump campaign is pouring ad money into wisconsin as well as pennsylvania, but also in other states, some considered to be hail marys like new mexico and michigan to turn from blue to red. tom llamas, abc news, wisconsin. details emerging about a brief meeting between james comey and his boss, loretta
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they spoke face to face monday for the first time since alerting congress about a new batch of e-mails related to hillary clinton's long time aide setting up a political fire storm. the meeting was cordgill, but wanted to know how he was doing. reports say she still has confidence in him to handle this case. gas prices spiked on the east coast following the deadly pipeline explosion in alabama. it delivers a third of the gas used on the east coast. it was shut down after the fire monday afternoon, second closure in two months. during the closure in september, gas prices rose by 20 cents a gallon in the southeast workers are working to reopen the pipeline by the weekend, but analysts say it could take a month to fix everything. the second full day of deliberations in the so-called
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jurors are deciding whether two people connected to new jersey governor chris christie caused a politically motivated traffic jam near the busy george washington bridge in 2013. in a pretrial hearing in bill cosby's sexual assault case continues today nearly philadelphia. the judge deciding if a deposition in a 2005 lawsuit should be admitted in this case. cosby's lawyers say he made what could be damaging statements after being told he wouldn't be charged. it was an emotional day in the trial against a georgia man accused of leaving his toddler son in a hot car to die. his former wife took the stand to defend him, even though she admitted that he ruined her life. here's abc's steve osansomi. >> reporter: after months as being painted by a monster by prosecutors accused i leaving his son to die in a hot suv, justin ross harris gets help on the witness stand from of all people, the wife he betrayed. >> i'm humiliated.
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day, that's fine. >> reporter: no love lost, but she doesn't believe he meant to kill their son in june of 2014 and agrees he accidently forgot to drop the boy off at day care in the way into work. prosecutors say harris left the child in the car because he wanted a child-free life, and say while his son was dying in the parking lot outside his atlanta office, harris was inside sexting with other women she still says he wouldn't hurt their son. >> he loved the boy? >> very much. >> reporter: another term, accusations he researched hot car deaths online before his son died, but those were knocked out of the court. other family members are testifying that he loved his son, and even people at the day care agree. abc news, atlanta. well, pope francis is back at the vatican after a trip to sweden. it was on his journey home that
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women priests. francis said the last word on the issue came from st. john paul ii back in 1994 when john paul wrote that the church has no authority whatsoever to ordain women and said that judgment should be held by everyone in the church. francis said john paul's statement was clear and remains in place. the baseball season is now down to one game. >> it is do or die. world series game six last night was fun, batting practice for the cubs. bryant's home run russell smacking a double driving in two more runs. the cubs had a 3-0 lead before the indians even came to bat. >> all right. russell came up again in the third with the bases loaded. he emptied them with the first world series grand slam in 11 years. >> wow. >> 7-0, cubs.
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runs, but in the end, it was the cubs winning 9-3 forcing tonight's deciding game seven in cleveland tonight. >> yeah. it'll be fun to watch. >> it will be. >> tonight, 8:00 p.m. >> not knowing the day. >> the big cubs fan that you are, exactly. see you have it marked on the calendar. >> it's the hours. >> yeah. >> i will be watching. >> absolutely. >> you know who else? >> you. >> yes, and the president. president obama. >> that's right. >> president obama and the first lady. >> yeah. president obama was in columbus, ohio, yesterday. this is where we mix politics, food, and the world series. >> everything. >> check him out. >> so he was campaigning for hillary clinton, and during the rally, he talk about an issue that everyone can finally get behind. >> if you can find the time, i'm aware that because francisco stole second base in game one, everyone in america gets a free taco at taco bell tomorrow. yeah! >> did you see that look on his
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>> cute. >> so taco bell is giving away free tacos today between 2:00 and 6:00 p.m. at participating locations. it was steal a taco promotion. >> clever on their behalf. president obama continued there to say that if you have time to get a taco, you have time to go and vote. >> yeah. he tried to lock in in together. >> i agree with that. >> coming up, a pr latest emojis having you scratching your head or palming your face. >> or drooling. >> yes. >> that's in "the mix," but, first, they may be leaving the white house in just a few short months, but the first family's taking us on a tour seeing how their staging their living quarters in the white house before the new residents take over the lease. >> and also ahead, the bizarre scene from ohio, suspected car thief wrestling with police, and then getting in their cruiser and taking off, and find us on
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off. he crashed into a tree a few blocks away and, get this, police are still trying to find him. he's still on the run. a police dash camera in oklahoma captured the violent ends to a week long man hunt of a police shooting suspect. >> oklahoma state troopers released video of that suspect's final moments in a dramatic shootout with police. >> reporter: low quality video, high quality police work as the deadly rampage of oklahoma's madman on the run comes to an all-out end. >> michael vance was our worse case scenario, period. >> reporter: a fugitive, murdering his aunt and uncle shooting at two police officers nine days ago, bragging about more trouble on facebook. >> it's the real deal. >> reporter: cornered sunday
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roadblock. firing 60 rounds from his ak-47 at five trailing cops. this state trooper firing through his own windshield with a military rifle. just listen to the bullets fly. he used his stolen 1-ton pickup like a tank rolling it towards officers. >> shooting apt you guys. >> reporter: where he died from multiple gunshot wounds. >> this was the night we were going to make sure he didn't hurt anybody else. >> reporter: with michael dead, they arrested two coworkers and girlfriend charging them with helping him escape. abc news, los angeles. in the next half hour, the new black friday, more than three weeks away from thanksgiving, the major retailer that's already offering black friday discounts, but should you take the bait? what you need to know before you click or swipe.
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white house move out date, the first family opens up their private quarters to photographers. the rare look at how the obamas put their own personal touch on america's most historic residence. that's next on world news now. "world news now" continues after this from our abc
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? if that's moving on then i'm moving out i'm moving out ? moving out in 87 days to be exact. >> yeah. >> the obamas. >> not moving out for a few week, 87 days, but before they pack for the first time ever, america's first family has opened the doors to their private quarters. >> yeah. architectural die jest is set to publish a spread how the obamas made the white house their home. here's abc's jessi palmer. >> reporter: it's one of the most recognized buildings in the world, but the living quarters of the actual residence of the white house is mostly out of
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now as the first family prepares to depart. architectural digest has a look into their home for the last eight years. >> a real fascination how would people with stature and power live in their private time? when you look at the history of the decorating in this private space, you can see personal touches of each administration and how they want to live. >> reporter: ever since jackie kennedy's 1962 television tour lifted the vail on camelot -- >> i think it should be a pretty room. >> reporter: people have been eager for a glimpse for the private quarters of 1600 pennsylvania avenue and how each presidential family makes them their own. >> i think the obama family made their biggest mark on the personal quarters through hard work. it has a slightly more modern, contemporary edgier feel. >> reporter: choosing works from
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female artist featured in the white house, alma thomas. >> we know mrs. obama has gone to great efforts with her own wardrobe and the statement that makes, and i think the art work is a piece of that. it's a continuation of making a statement of incollusiveness. >> reporter: in some cases, keeping things the same, a mirror from george bush's administration, still in the same spot for the family that followed. a link in the long tradition, a very private room for a very public family. >> i hope they'll be an inspiration to be next. >> i really like what they did with it. they didn't -- >> beautiful job. >> didn't use the $100,000 that new presidents get to put their stamp on the place. they paid for it themselves. >> spent on it themselves. we have no idea how much money they used to redecorate the place. that magazine with the white house there and the private quarters will be out on election day. >> very cool. all right, coming up, at
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ays medicine. all right. all right. it is time for "the mix," and we're going to start out with new emojis the the date not yet announced by apple, but we have a little bit of a preview. the face plant emoji. >> shocked we didn't have it before. >> that's great, isn't it? >> i've done that many times. >> like, duh or embarrassed. >> sou >> that's just my own personal sound effect. >> uh-huh. >> and then there's a finger's crossed, that would be useful, wouldn't it? now you have to use -- >> that's every cubs' fan right now. >> there you go. >> now use pray if you're not religious, you know, the hands praying, and then drooling. the question here is, like, do you use that when you see a hot man or woman or when you wake up from a nap?
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ponderosa. is there still a ponderosa? >> it's for the winning team fans the next morning. >> good one. >> or something. moving on. >> thanks, jack. >> drooling for next year. something that a lot of people are drooling for, but others angry about. starbucks getting their morning starbucks. so they came out with this new cup. it's a limited edition c it kind of looks holiday-like. look carefully, though. the mosaic is 100 people drawn in one continuous stroke. they go it's the holiday cup. they were angry because you know the holiday cup is red, and so why isn't it red? they took christmas out of last year's cup, and now they completely lost it going green. >> pc. >> absolutely. >> too p.c. >> starbucks said there's going to be a holiday cup.
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celebrate community. >> this could be some sort of political statement, huh? unity, devicive times. >> perhaps. >> statement about the election, maybe? >> i guess so. >> here's another one for you. this is a great halloween costume. have you been to cvs? this guy decided to be a 12 foot long receipt from cvs. he made this costume. he cut up his recreate that he got, scanned it, cutt squares, printed it, taped it together, and walked into the store. >> he scanned it? >> said i want to redeem my coupon, and it work. isn't that hilarious? >> all that -- >> so bizarre how you get long receipts. a waste of paper. >> saved two bucks after that. i thought my hamilton costume was good.
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this morning on "world news now," donald trump reaching out to democratic voters who may have change their minds, reminding a crowd last night, you can change your vote if you already voted. this as hillary clinton launches a new offensive in the face of the e-mail investigation dogging her campaign. the details ahead. the massive explosion of a gas pipeline in alabama is now spurring fuel shortages with drivers across the country possibly feeling the blast ripple effect at the gas pump. and new this half hour, the skies are expected to be even more crowded over this year's thanksgiving holiday with air fares already on the climb. almost by the hour. >> but prices are dropping for a growing list of hot holiday gift items. the major retailer already offering black friday deals. could there be even better deals if you wait? >> and two days after halloween,
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jimmy kimmel out with the annual "i ate all your halloween candy" challenge with many parents across the country telling children they ate all their candy. >> love it, every year. >> it's wednesday, november 2nd. from abc news, this is "world news now." all right. good morning, i'm linzie janis in for diane macedo. >> i'm kendis gibson in for myself, i think. it's cruel to do that to kids. >> i think it's awesome. >> love to watch it. >> go, jimmy. >> yes. donald trump heads to florida today, we should mention, after a massive rally in wisconsin overnight delivering a new pitch to early voters. >> trump spent the day toning down the rhetoric, if you can believe it, sticking to issues like obamacare. he refrained from direct attacks on hillary clinton and even
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controversy. instead, he seized on election rules in four states that allow people who vote early to go back and change their ballot. >> this is a good time to make an important public service announcement because a lot of things have happened over the last few days. so if you live here or in mi minnesota, those four places, you can change your vote to donald trump. >> about 28 million people have already voted, and the race is now in a dead heat with the election just six days away. >> you see hillary clinton there. she was hitting hard on trump on everything from his treatment of women to his tax returns. she's hoping to shift attention away from the e-mails still plaguing her campaign. it's your voice, your vote.
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determined to do one thing, put the focus back on donald trump. >> he sure has spent a lot of time demeaning, degrading, insulting, and assaulting women. >> reporter: and right there with her to deliver this blistering assault? >> he says to me, means housekeeping, means eating machine. >> reporter: the former beauty queen insulted because of her weight. >> i mean, really, can we just stop for a minute and reflect on the absurdity of donald trump by finding fault with miss universe? >> reporter: no mention of those e-mails or the fbi's investigation. instead, clinton unleashing an all-out assault on her opponent's character. in her latest ad, she finally uses trump's own words from that
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>> grab them by the [ bleep ]. when you're a star, they let you do it. you can do anything. >> reporter: here in florida, a list of the people trump insulted. >> maybe for some of you, it's what he said about a judge born in indiana. well, we can't trust him because his parents were born in mexico. and then trump went on to attack a gold star family. >> reporter: florida, a state clinton sees as key to victory, just in the last week, clinton making 14 stops here. >> it's almost hard to believe, isn't it? only seven days left in this election. so are you ready to vote? clinton calling on her powerful friends to make a last minute push, seven surrogates in eight battleground states. president obama in ohio taking on trump too. >> i want you to focus on the choice that you face in this election. donald trump is uniquely unqualified to be president. he is temperamentally unfit to
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>> reporter: so much of hillary clinton's closing arguments about women, our latest poll shows her above donald trump when it comes to women by nine points nationally. this is her argument as she's shutting down the race here in florida. aides say there no more important state on this map. abc news, stanford, florida. >> details emerging about a brief meeting between fbi director james comey and his boss, attorney general loretta lynch. there is breaking news in florida. two police officers have been killed in an iowa ambush. the first officer killed was sitting in his patrol car alone. the second officer was from the des moines police department. he was responding to the first shooting when he was shot. there is now a manhunt under way in the des moines area. we'll continue to stay on top of this break news story from iowa. turning overseas and to the
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va vanished over the ocean in 2014. there's a new report from investigators suggesting there was no one controlling the plane when it plunged into the water. that report cites satellite data consistent with the plane increasing in speed during its final moments. more analysis could come from a three-day meeting about the incident which got underway today. 239 people killed in the crash. iraq special forces continue their advance on mosul despite fierce resistance from isis fighters. the troops are checking every building for traps and explosive devices left by isis. the attempt to retake the could take several months. at home, gas prices could rise on the east coast following the pipeline explosion in alabama. it provides 40% of the region's gasoline. here's the report from the scene. >> reporter: that massive pipeline fire sending thick smoke into the air. >> look how black that smoke is. >> reporter: showing the haze blanketing a vast swath of land south of birmingham, alabama. >> sound like they have some injuries.
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additional rescue workers. >> reporter: the fire erupting shortly before 3:00 p.m. monday when the line was struck making repairs. >> looked like a plane crash. never seen anything like this. >> reporter: one worker killed. several others injured. as emergency responders raced to contain the blaze, the critical main gas line shut down part of a 5500 mile pipeli concerns of shortages and price increases at the pump. this happened miles from where a pipeline leaked in september causing a hike in gas prices in the southeast. that track hoe was actually working to fix problems from an earlier leak. it may take days or longer to get the main gas line reopened. abc news, alabama. anxiety in indonesia thanks to a 8,000 foot high active volcano. these are pictures we're getting in spewing ash into the skies around sumatra. some more than a half mile into the air.
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tourists are not allowed to go within four miles of the crater. sinabung is one of 12 the 9 active volcanos in indonesia. for tens of millions of americans, today's weather will not feel like early november. >> we're okay with it. that's cool. >> see here on the map, sunny and warming up from the deep south up the east coast. elsewhere storms and heavy rain in the middle of the nation, and rain also in the northwest. >> look at the temperatures. so 65 in boston. 69 for the big apple. 76 for the nation's capital. those readings are up 15 degrees above normal, by the way. >> incredible. >> forecasters say it could be warmer tomorrow. minneapolis at 61, november 2nd, nice. get out there. >> another hot night tonight in
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world series. in fact, it was pretty warm there last night. plenty of cans of the indian and cubs foregoing their coats in the early november balmy conditions. >> the chicago bats on fire last night starting with chris bryant's first inning home run. then in the third, russell parked a grand slam there, first time in 11 years. the cubs, anthony rizzo adds two more with a homer in the ninth. chicago wins, not even close, 9-3, forcing game seven, winner take all. the parties that will be taking place >> go cubbies. >> yes, yes. you know, we have to give love to the indians as well. >> do we have to? >> i prefer the cubs, but yes, we do. one more sports item for you. this was in a cricket match of a team of english players with disabilities. >> watch what happens. did you see that? liam thomas, wait for it, loses
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throws it back in before going back to his leg. well, it's got thomas a promotional deal, actually. >> as it should. cricket supplier sent a tweet confirms he's the latest to join the brand and asked, #canyouhandlethebite. interesting. >> i guess. >> there you go. we don't know anything about cricket. >> we cover everything. match, we cover here. >> that one transcends. >> yeah. coming up, more than three weeks away from thanksgiving, and the new black friday's already here. what? the major retailer already offering deep holiday discounts, but is it worth it to buy now or should you wait for better deals later? >> she's not revealed whether
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janet jackson reportedly chose two very personal names if her baby is a boy. we're going to have that story in the skinny. you're watching "world news now." >> "world news now" weather
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lightest day for travel, and if you are planning to fly, buy your tickets soon. air fare prediction apps show round trip tickets for the holiday average $312. that's nearly $100 more than usual. fares go up about $4 a day or about $6 a day closer to thanksgiving. and good news is if you still need to book a christmas flight, there may be some fare sales that are on cyber monday available. of course, the monday after thanks giving. >> while we're talking about cyber monday, talk abo friday. >> that's true. never too soon. apparently, one major retailers is offering black friday discounts, but would it pay to wait for a better deal? >> reporter: the real black friday may be weeks away, but as far as amazon's concerned, it starts now. >> the retail giant introducing new deals as often as every five minutes, hoping to grab attention of the roughly 41% of shoppers who start their holiday hunt in early november. >> i already started.
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>> i'm a last minute shopper. >> too early. >> the earlier they start, the better prospects they have of trying to get that shopper. >> reporter: amazon unveiling deals like this curved 55-inch tv, originally $1500, now on sale for $1,000 and 70% off for winter jackets. another retailer kicking deals off early with deals on dell laptops. >> a lot deals come out on friday and more merchandise. >> reporter: if you plan to buy big ticket items like electronics, it pays to wait. the best selection at the best prices happen at thanksgiving and beyond. abc news, new york. >> i don't agree with that woman. >> that woman. >> the earlier they start annoying people, i think. >> do you think? no.
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>> it's annoying. >> i immediately went to amson to look for deals and ended up bying for myself, usually what happens. >> why i always overpay for things. all right. when we come back, how janet jackson is honoring her two late brothers with a special baby name. >> why bono has been named woman of the year. >> face plant emoji. >> the skinny's next. "world news now" continues after this from our abc
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? skinny so skinny ? time now for the skinny, starting with breaking celebrity baby news. >> well, it's not really breaking. >> yeah. >> janet jackson has not said yet whether she's having a girl or a boy, but we are finding out this morning that the pop diva's going to name her child michael brandon after her late brothers, the king of pop, of course, her brother's twin who died at birth. >> the jackson's millionaire muslim husband is on board with the name. the baby will still have a muslim first and last name, but sticking with a little bit of tradition there, also. >> yeah. next, a special honor for bono. >> yeah. the front man is the first man to be included, wait for it, in "glamour" magazine's women of
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>> saying restricting the list to women started feeling outdated, giving that so many men are doing wonderful things for women these days, and bono is one of those guys who just gets it. >> oh. >> the magazine says. he does kind of get it. >> so does rupaul. the magazine says one of the main factors that steered the committee to bono was him being women's issues around the world. my favorite story of the week, the app newel i ate your halloween candy prank. >> he tried to prank his own daughter. it didn't quite work out. it did work, however, on scores of other kids. >> i ate all of your halloween candy. there's no more left. >> what happened?
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>> my candy's gone! >> i ate it all! >> i ate all your halloween candy. >> what? no. >> i ate all your halloween candy. >> you're just joking. >> nope. i ate it all. >> i ate it all. >> no! >> yep. >> no! i hate you! you ate all my candy that we worked so hard to get, and i went walking for hours. >> well, i ate some too. >> how could you hate this? it's awesome. >> it's hilarious.
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? >> all right. >> i don't know, but i've got heads up. >> heads up is great.. >> there's another new app that we want to tell you ab it's transforming school cafeterias from social land mines to even the safe spaces for the most apprehensive kids. >> it's the brain child of a california teenager who knew all too well how stressful it can be just to find a seat at lunchtime. here's david muir. >> reporter: they are the famous faces, all of them with the same message. >> i'm james marsden, it's a serious issue, and we can stop
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>> reporter: taking on bullying in america, and our parent company, disney, teaming up where us at abc for the choose kindness campaign. traveling to a place we remember, the lunchtime cafeteria in high school where a student came up with her own solution. >> so we meet in the cafeteria. it's been a long time since i've had a high school lunch. >> reporter: but we were hungry. >> what made you come up with the idea to help other kids at lunch? >> well, i was pretty severely bullied at my old school. >> reporter: natalie hampton invented an app. ll >> sit with us. as soon as you open it, there's the welcome screen. >> i love that. never eat lunch alone. >> reporter: sign up and ask other students to join you, telling them they are welcome at your table. >> these are all students that use this? >> yeah. >> sit with us app used all over the country. in utah, this sophomore welcomes
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>> guys, this is kevin. >> reporter: caden sitting by himself about to be welcomed by a high school senior. >> my favorite part is seeing how much a difference it makes in students' lives. >> are you surprised, yourself, at how many people took advantage of the app? >> the fact it's gone is astounding to me. they don't have to feel like they have to sit by themselves. they know -- >> thank you for sitting with me at lunch. >> thank you. >> our thanks to david muir. >> reminding me of a scene from mean girls, check it out. >> we want to invite you to have lunch with us every day for the rest of the week. >> oh, it's okay. >> coolness, see you tomorrow. >> on wednesdays we wear pink. >> on wednesdays we wear pink. >> that explains why i never got invited to lunch to sit with anybody. >> that happened to you? >> absolutely. >> happened to everybody.
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