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tomorrow in north carolina. she's been out of sight since her diagnosis revealed, but president obama is on her case and attacking donald trump. here's the details. >> reporter: presidential surrogate, president obama hit the campaign trail at a critical point in the race. hillary clinton recovering at home from pneumonia under scrutiny for questions about transparency. >> what sets hillary apart is that through it all, she keeps ongoing, caring, and she doesn't stop trying. >> reporter: the president in battleground pennsylvania taking on donald trump in philadelphia. >> this guy who spent 70 years on this earth is showing no concern for working people. this guy's suddenly going to be your champion? >> reporter: eight weeks before election day and trump in a polling site on primary day, but not to vote since only democrats were on the ballot.
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daskt of deplorables. >> she landed us as deplorable and ir redeemable. i call you hard walking american patrons. >> reporter: attacked for failing disclose her documents sooner, saying she lied. just a few hours after the president, trump was also in the philadelphia area with his daughter, and there's a child care plan that guarantees six weeks of paid maternity leave. strong bipartisan support. >> reporter: the clinton campaign called the plan out of touch, half baked, and insufficient. as for the health of both candidates, they are prepared to release more medical records. >> all right. thanks. a security scare for trump in a rally in las veigh ga. a british man pled guilty to charges stemming from attempted attack on the presidential no,
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policeman's gun to shoot trump. he did not get the gun and no shots were fired at the event. he pled guilty yesterday to a firearms charge and one other count. he could, however, spend two years in prison. he's almost certain to be deported. a cease fire in syria seems to be holding, but not without issues. there's been a dozen violence by rebel groups, and there's a video of children on a playground in the city of aleppo. u.n. officials have y deliver humanitarian aide to the city saying they are awaiting assurances the truck drivers will not be harmed. arizona, details learned after the man drove through a group of police officers. the suspect is now facing attempted murder charges. officials described incident as intentional, but say the suspect appeared impaired by drugs or alcohol. here's what happened. >> reporter: it began in the middle of the night.
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convenience mart. what happened next is what the chief called an unprovoked attack, a man in a red car appears to be lying in wait, revs the end gin, and plows into the officers. >> accelerates quickly, headlights on, runs over our police officers into the front of the store. >> reporter: a sergeant, 18-year veteran, goes down with a broken leg, another officer diving out of the way, but a third cop goes flying eight feet high. those are his legs in the air. he's 33 years old. it was his firay >> pounded into the glass, he got up, got back in the fight to take the guy into custody. unbelievable. a hero. >> reporter: the suspect isn't giving up. officers that were just run over now have to fight him on the ground, finally using a taser to make the arrest. >> these officers could have easily been killed, and i thank god we're not planning three funerals right now. >> reporter: the suspect is this
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tried to run the cops down, but sees it as a part of a recent nationwide pattern of attacks on officers. one officer is still in the hospital, but all three are expected to be okay. as for the suspect, he's now charged with three counts of attempted murder, and police say they are still looking for a motive. clayton sandell, abc news, denver. a u.s. official calls it a smear campaign after hackers targeted u.s. olympians. the world anti-doping agency says a russian hacker group targeted systems and compromised drug test results from athletes, alleging drug use. biles says she takes medication for adhd and is not afraid to let people know. they were allowed to take the medication in question. the first republican lawmaker calls for the repeal of controversial house bill 2
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pull seven championship events out of the state because of the so-called bathroom bills. she still agrees with the concept, but not the consequences. she did vote for the bill in march. north carolina, the university of north carolina, students go public with claims she was raped by a school football player and the university mishandled the case. accused rapist is suspended from the school indefinitely. >> reporter: university of north carolina's sophomore robinson coming forward, saying authorities let her rapist to go unpunished. >> my life is changed forever, and the student who assaulted me is still a football player on this campus. >> reporter: after the assault six months ago, she went straight to campus police, and she said treated her like a suspect. >> what was i drinking, did i lead him on, have i hooked up
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investigators told the attacker not to worry and keep playing football. >> this man raped me. the police told him not to sweat it. >> reporter: taking matters into her own hands, using an unusual state law, turning to a magistrate, issuing an arrest warrant for the football player for misdemeanor sexual assault. the action prompting the athletic department to suspend the district attorney's office says they are still investigating the case, and more serious charges are still possible. >> especially when you're waiting for lab results, sometimes it can take over a year. >> reporter: if that football player is convicted of misdemeanor sexual assault, he could face up to five months in jail. meanwhile, the university of north carolina says it's deeply committed to the safety of its students, but because of privacy
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abc news, new york. florida's governor urges lawmakers to approve funding for the battle to fight zika after six locally transmitted cases were diagnosed in the miami area bringing the toal number of cases to 70. the trial for a vaccine started at the university of maryland school of medicine. news about blood pressure in older americans, one in four in the medicare drug program are not taking medications properly or at all. another study came to a conclusion with one in four prescriptions for the blood pressure medication never even being filled. 70% of u.s. adults 65 and older have high blood pressure. sports now, if you call it that, a record setting night at the chicago white sox game on the southside, but that had nothing to do with what happened on the field. >> here's what was going on in the stands. there were dogs, lots of them, all over the place. the sox called it bark in the park, and it went down in
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were 1122 dogs, some really dressed up. it was certifiied as a new worl record for the most dogs attending a sporting event. congratulations to the southsiders on that. >> reporter: reminded of the image of the dog in the stands staring at the hot dog, not at all paying attention to the game. >> a lot of dogs staring at hot dogs. l show. should have had red carpet commentary. >> it's fashion week in new york. >> there's that. coming up, dangerous high speed chase with a big rig. >> playing out as the truck carrying hazardous materials led police on a chase across several freeways. inside the world of fashion as all the top designers revealed newest looks, apparently one of those designers, and see how he's
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disposing of hazardous material. the driver did pull over and skrender, but did not want to go back to jail. nation's biggest mass transit system in new york and new jersey joined the move to shut off their gal laxy note 7s. >> they are working on a new battery, but still refuse to issue an official recall. here's the latest. >> reporr: note 7. blamed for an explosion in this car. >> last thought in my head is that a brand new device is going to burn down my car. >> reporter: or a night stand. >> it was exploding, it shot pieces of whatever that was in the phone out. >> reporter: fuelling worries it ignites on a jet.
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now consumer advocates slam samsung, the company that makes the note 7 for not issuing an official u.s. government sanctioned recall of the phone. >> nay are very dangerous. this is just not the way the process is supposed to work. >> reporter: samsung issued a recall, but watchdogs say without a u.s. agency doing it with them, consumers are still in danger. >> because you don't have an official recall, it's actually not illegal to sell one of these samsung phones. >> reporter: and the faa can't ban the device the key problem? the battery. sam june sung is quickly working to replace it, and consumer product safety commission is independently evaluating the battery to ensure the consumer will not be harmed. they said they are working with the cpnb to expedite an official recall, but no word on when that happens. in the meantime, people with the note 7 are adviced to turn phones off and exchange them right away for a new device.
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transportation systems like the mta, new jersey transit saying not to turn the phones on when you are traveling on trains and busses, and also say not to plug them in. >> yeah. absolutely. samsung getting a hit from this, down 10% since late august. >> thank you for that report. in the next half hour, storming the stage on "dancing with the stars" what we're finding out this morning about the two men who tried to rush olympian ryan lochte and after being escorted out. first, the fashion designer blazes a new trail on the runway at new york fashion week with plus-sized models. you're watching "world news
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? ? it is fashion week in new york, and one designer is talk of the town for charting a new course down the runway. >> to millions of women who wear size 8 or larger, he's a god send. >> reporter: we went behind the scenes with the designer as he prepares for the ground breaking show. here in his showroom, the team puts the final touches on the collection. >> it is about looks. we usually have three girls on the runway at a time, so it's still looks leek a lot of looks, but the show is 8 minutes long. it's crazy. ten minutes for the show, but the look and the world of this lasts forever. >> casting call last week, there were models of every shape and size. >> we saw like 450 girls and only picked 30, 35, so 35-40
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>> reporter: but most top designers still don't make clothes for larger women. stopping their sizes at 12 even though most american women are a size 14 or larger. >> it's totally making our culture dress as tall skinny women, and we present them as being a fashion ideal. well, she's unrealistic. >> the fashion industry icon had enough. >> it is true that designers maintain that women the size 12 can be more challenging to dress. i think it's a lot of hobby. >> he works with payless. >> wear a thousand dollar dress with a $20 shoe p i love that idea. >> reporter: why are you so inclusive? why is it important to you?
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customer, who spends money on your clothes. >> reporter: sales rose 17% in 2016 to $20.4 billion, but retailers do not carry larger sizes. >> i'm willing to forgive the designers. where's the retailers in this? retailers have such power. they can say to designers, you will do this. you will execute this task, and you will do it well. get on board, people. >> reporter: christian is his message of incollusiveness shining through. >> god, i'm so excited, so nice to be able to be in fashion week and have it be a show that's diverse with all sorts of sizes and girls, so, yeah, i'm honored and thrilled. >> reporter: for "nightline," new york. >> i love tim gunn, get on board, people. >> he is. he wrote this open letter tort washington post talking about
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starting wednesday mixed with politics and real estate. a little bit of american history. so out there in queens, there's a house, looks simple enough, nice home. >> yeah. >> there's history to it. this is apparently where donald trump was a baby. it's now for sale. price tag? what do you say? five bedrooms. brick and stucco. >> oh, $800,000. >> you read this. $800,000. >> sounded like i was thinking.
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trump was a kid here in this home, they might be able to pull that off. although, they dropped the price. they are getting a divorce so it's time to sell the house. >> been on the market for more than a million before. goes up on the auction break before the election. a great story now about making lemonade, so to speak, a bride on the way to her own wedding with the bridal party in tow had a snafu with the limo getting a flat tire, but the maid of honor says she was totall f this. stood on the side of the road, and she hitchhiked. lucky for them, two minutes later, a guy named jay drove by with kids in the car and said let me drop off the kids, i'll be right back. brought the party over to the wedding, and they said the whole time the bride seemed happy, although they say, by the way, the champagne was flowing heavily in the limo. >> if you notice in the photos
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empty glass. >> and a smile on the face too. >> yeah. >> may or may not go together. they invited jay to the wedding, but he said no thank you. >> good guy, jay. apparently, kanye west's cleats are popular with athletes, and he's been gifting them to athletes. you may recall over the weekend the houston texans hopkins, he wore them. apparently -- >> because i definitely noticed in football. >> exactly. so, apparently, people are now able to get hands on their cleats for $250. happy birthday. >> all right. now we heard of scaredy cats, but this is literal. this is herman, who looks
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this morning on "world news now," a hacking scandal hits team usa. olympic gold medalists made public. hillary clinton's campaign announcing wn road again. they are discussing his rival's health, and president obama stepped in going after trump on clinton's behalf. new this half hour, what we learn about the two anti-ryan lochte protesters who stormed the stage on "dancing with the stars." >> what they told the cameras after being thrown from the building, and what the olympic gold medallist's dance partner
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latest rankings are in and who came out on top this year? but do rankings matter when it coming to being true to your school? >> i don't think so. >> we'll see how our schools did on this wednesday, september 14th. >> rankings. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> looking through it. >> must be a mistake. we'll get to those. >> good morning to you diane macedo. >> i'm kendis gibson. we start with hacking of the medical records. >> confirming systems were compromised by a group known as fancy bears who promise more will be made public. brian ross has more. >> reporter: u.s. officials calling it a smear, posting of
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athletes. superstar gymnast biles, and williams sister, and winner of the gold medal winning basketball team. documents show the players used medications on the prohibited drug list, but that in each case, they have received approval for therapeutic use and have not sought to keep it secret from the testing agency. >> this is not cheating. this is u.s. athletes playing by the rules, playing by the book. >> repor with russia with more than 100 athletes banned from this year's olympics because of illegal drug use, and officials point the finger of blame at russia whose hackers broke into the computers of the democratic national committee. >> russians use hacking to discredit their enemies and to change public perception, and they don't care if everyone knows they are doing it. >> reporter: at least one of the athletes is taking it in stride.
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from surgery in the hospital wrote, i'd like to thank the hackers for telling the world i legally take a prescription for a condition i've been diagnosed, thanks, guys, she says. brian ross, abc news. politics, new york's attorney general is investigating donald trump's foundation saying the office is conducting a broad inquiry of the charity looking whether it broke new york laws governing nonprofits. trump's campaign slams the investigation calling the ag partisan hack who endorsed hillary clinton. former secretary of state, colin powell, is no fan of donald trump. buzzfeed reports they obtained some of powell's personal e e-mails from dc leaks, and he tells a former aide that trump is a national disgrace and what's worse, he has no sense of shame, and powell calls trump's movement racist and says he does not deny anything in the
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fired up president obama took the case for hillary clinton. clinton at home recovering from pneumonia, the president praised her tougherness saying clinton is not a quitter and attacked donald trump for promisinge inge a fighter for working class americans. >> he spent his life trying to stay away from working people, and now this guy's going to be the champion of working people? huh? i mean, he wasn't g t >> the president accused trump of going on russian state tv to talk down america's military and curry favor with putin. clinton's campaign will resume tomorrow with a visit to north carolina. >> donald trump is talking up the child care plan calling for six weeks paid maternity leave for mothers who do not get the benefit at work currently. he stumped in ohio and hotly contested states yesterday.
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>> reporter: hillary clinton is off the trail, and donald trump is taking full advantage, sprints through two key battleground states. >> i consider it a great phenomena if we win november 8th. >> reporter: trump didn't mention hillary clinton home with pneumonia or the fact she was zout for two days. >> i just didn't think it was a big deal. >> reporter: attacking clinton for withholding information until video showed her nearly collapsing as she was helped into the van on 9/11. >> why did she lie to everyone and conceal such an important fact for two days. >> reporter: but in the same interview, conway questioned how much health information trump himself should reveal. >> i don't know why we need such extensive medical reporting when we all have a right to privacy. >> reporter: so far, all he's released is a four paragraph letter from his doctor admitting he wrote it in five minutes.
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me that meets the same standards as mitt romney and barack. donald trump's doctor said he would be the healthiest president in history. that's just not even serious. >> reporter: in an interview, trump pledged to release more information. >> now that you ask, i think i will. >> you will? >> yeah. >> reporter: trump had a physical last week, and today, the republican nominee will sit down with tv's dr. oz, presumably to go over results, but don't expect a grilling. >> i'm not going tosk questions. >> reporter: donald trump appears with ivanka for the first time since convention and worked on policies they're going to talk about to appeal to women voters, one, a guaranteed paid six weeks maternity leave for the moms whose employers do not provide the ben fits, and clinton responded saying it's half-baked, out of touch, and the numbers do not add up. abc news, pennsylvania.
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attempted murder for hitting three phoenix police officers with his vehicle. it was caught on camera, and you see the red car appearing to drive right into the officers as they stood outside a gas station. the suspect was identified as 44-year-old mark payne, and police say he may have been impaired by drugs or alcohol at the time. taiwan and china brace for the strongest typhoon of the year. they are hitting taiwan right now and expected to make a direct hit it's bringing wisconsin up to 230 miles per hour with heavy rain. it's the strongest storm anywhere on earth so far this year. there was stormy weather in florida yesterday morning ahead of tropical storm julia. the weather system spawned this tornado yesterday in barefoot bay, and more than 3 inches of rain fell so far. main concern is heavy rain, that's the main threat. from the newly formed tropical storm. >> here's the latest track, good
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we have a bit of a different thing happening this morning. we have a newly named tropical storm julia, named after reaching land, but we still have the eastern side of the eye when was named a tropical storm with winds at 45-50 miles per hour for the naming of the system. now we're concerned about it moving northwest with significant rain that's going to cover from jacksonville up to savannah, georgia, and 12 inches of rain curtesy of the newly issued tropical storm. >> thanks apple's rollout of the new mobile operating system has been anything but smooth. some of the first users to download this found iphones and ipads no longer working. apple says the problem was quickly resolved. those who found their devices bricked by the update had to plug them into a computer and run the latest version of itunes. u.s. news and world report has a list of best colleges.
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second, university of chicago and yale tied for third, and columbia and stanford share number five. boston college ranked 31st among national universities, and 41 among value schools. >> between no. 4 and boston college at 31. >> negative. try again. >> tied for universities in the north. >> oh. >> and among those -- >> but -- >> among the schools, it's tied for 12th among top public schools. >> that's a lot of categories. >> it's -- >> how many? >> buried -- >> can you take a diagram of that? north and within -- >> north regional tied at 12th among the 44th. >> go eagles.
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we don't have a mascot. >> no mascot? >> no. >> oh. >> what grade alum are we at? >> there is that. >> thanks. >> great day. >> it was obviously written by a harvard grad. all right. coming up, details surfacing in monday night's frightening storming of the stage on "dancing with the stars," and what the anti-lochte protesters are saying as his dance opens up in an article describing the ordeal. hoping to buy a luxury yacht? this author wants to hear from you want why in the skinny. you're watching "world news now." "world news now weather"
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so this happened. this so this happened during the marathon in pennsylvania. organizers say norfolk southern promised not to run trains during the race, but the race is important here. it's a qualifier for the boston marathon, and waiting for the train added about nine minutes to runners' times. some runners were soru organizers are going to have a talk with the boston marathon officials about adjusting runners' times. >> i would have welcomed that, oh, no, i need a break, how unfortunate. new details this morning on that bizarre moment when protesters storm the stage of "dancing with the stars." >> we heard from the two men who stormed the stage. >> reporter: olympic swimmer,
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after his fox trot when the show abruptly cuts to commercial. here's what you didn't see. two men in anti-lochte shirts rushed the dance floor. the dance floor is surprisingly small, two men made it right to ryan and cheryl within seconds, and that's when security guards tackled them bringing them downright and here. the audience and cast and crew unsure at first whether it was part of the act. >> it wasn't a it was -- it was really unnerving. >> reporter: the lapd arresting the two protesters saying they were angry after lochte was caught lying about vandalizing this gas station during the rio olympics. >> our purpose is to get the message out that lochte is a coward, liar, and under brazilian law, a criminal. >> reporter: charged with misdemeanor trespassing and
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>> the host of the show said both men were screened in order to be allowed to sit in the audience. surprised at that. >> and the studio there, it's a very secure lot. it's a huge lot, in fact, actually, so surprised they got in there. >> they are assuming there was another shirt covering the anti-lochte t-shirts they were wearing. when we come back, what his dance partner says about the ordeal. >> team coverage next. "world news now" continues
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? ? we're going to start the skinny with the fallout from the security scare on the stage of "dancing with the stars." >> ryan's dance partner speaks out about what happened after the protesters as well as what happened after. >> burke wrote an article for "people" online saying ryan was on the verge of tears as they abruptly cut to the commercial break. she said he injured his ankle slightly as one of the protesters were tackled by security. >> after the show, she says she comforted ryan's mother who was crying, telling her ryan is a great guy, and i have his back 100%. >> closing the article saying
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it's a hate-free zone, about celebrating dance and making people happy. >> what do you think about having a hate-free zone to dance? >> isn't that what this is? >> not if you check out the social media response. >> no, there is a lot of hate based on our dance moves. there you have it. hopefully that's the last of the ryan story. >> we'll find out. bradley cooper makes a confession on >> and the first lady rocked it as cohost on "ellen," and she shopped a cvs to ease reentry into normal life from the white house. now the real surprise for mrs. obama came from surprised guest bradley cooper. >> the state dinner -- >> yeah. >> technically -- >> that counts. >> of course. just did "american sniper," and
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fit, and i was so nervous it'd rip so last minute i 86 the underwear. >> because, you know, if it should rip, it's better to not have underwear on. >> for us. it's good for us, right, ladies? >> you may recall those tux pants. cooper famously described that night as crazy town night. he says they were so tight he found himself greeting people while staying seated because he could barely stand up in them. kravitz moment? >> you'd think cooper had an entire closets full of suits and tuxes, or people to handle it. >> apparently not. next, j.k. rowling suffering buyer's remorse. >> the author is set to take a $9 million loss on the 156-foot luxury yacht she bought from johnny depp eight months ago.
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nine, though, featuring five cabins that sleep ten guests. >> in addition to the bedrooms, there's a spacious dining room, entertaining area, and relaxation rooms. >> listing the vessel for a deal of just $20 million, but there's no reason for the prompt sale. >> don't worry, the $9 million loss will barely put a didn't in her estimated $1 billion net worth. >> she can handle it. >> maybe she needs a bigger set for the arrival of "ground hog day". >> not the actual day. the new musical adaptation of the bill murray movie classic currently wrapping up the critically acclaimed premier in london at the old vick theater. >> reporter: it's lining up for an april opening here in new york as the august wilson theater, and no casting for the broadway production announced, but the american stage veteran
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installment of fifth shades of gray has been released, ta tannalizing fans lusting for more. ? ? "50 shades is back, and this time, it's darker. >> this time, no rules, no punishments, and no more secrets. >> reporter: the trailer for the highly anticipated sequel dropping, but shades of gray" success in 2015, the film won five razzies, but fans already crazy in love with the sneak peek, tweeting excitement, you're lying to yourself if you think "fifty shades darker" looks good, and nothing tops this. the sexy thrilling hits the screen just in time for valentine's day.
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are less than thrilled with the teaser. >> the gq snarky twitter headline reads, get ready for carefully staged fake intercourse. >> another could hardly contain excitement, tweeting, omg, you guys, omg, omg, it's really h happening, and another tweeted simply, can it be february 2017, plea? so february 10, 2017 is when it hits theaters, and the questions now remaining from the trailer, what's in the box? >> oh. >> why are there photos of anna everywhere. >> why did they remake "crazy in love"? >> and why are they wearing clothes in the shower? >> we know what -- >> it's another version of crazy in love. >> do you like it? >> yeah.
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good morning. here's the top headlines we're following for you this morning on "world news now." the man who drove into a group of phoenix police officers charged with attempted murder. two officers seriously hurt, but expected to be okay. we have deil >> russian hackers stole medical data and drug test results from top u.s. athletes who took parts in fact olympics this year. the same group may have been involved in the hacking of the democratic national committee. a powerful super typhoon drenching taiwan right now and expected to hit china later today. it's the strongest typhoon so far this year. >> and some of the first people to download apple's new ios 10 mobile operating system only found it bricked their devices.
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problem. those are some of the top stories wednesday, september 14th. ? ? from abc news, this is world news now." >> did you upgrade? >> waited. charlie's on, like, 7 or 8. >> probably the original. >> oh, well. we begin with an attack on police officers in phoenix caught on camera. >> three men standing there, you see them, outside a gas station, now the suspect in the case has been charged with attempted murder. officials say the hit was intentional, but the driver may have been impaired at the time. here's the report. >> reporter: a stunning attack on police caught on camera. watch as this maroon car plows into a group of three officers, sendsing one flying 8 feet into the air, phoenix pd calling it unrevoked and intentional. >> they are uniform. they are in a lit area.
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car. we are confident this is an intentional act. >> a veteran down with a broken leg, another dives out of the way, but the third cop, 33 years old, goes flying, flies into the store, and then -- >> smashes the glass, gets up, and engages in a fight to get the suspect in custody. >> reporter: after crashing, the suspect struggled with officers before he's taken into custody. the charges of attempting murder and aggravated assault. it's movement leading up to the attack documented too. around 1:45 a.m., payne stops at the gas pump, headlights aimed at the cops, moving to a parking spot, turning headlights off, sitting for minutes, and then accelerates into the cops. this official connecting it to other attacks. >> i've been in law enforcement for 30 years and seen a lot of
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targeting law enforcement. >> reporter: police are searching for a motive and say one of the injured officers, the one thrown into the air, had just graduated from the academy. it was his first day on the job. he's still in the hospital after this attack. >> absolutely frightening there. thank you, lauren. developing news overnight. tropical storm julia has formed over northeast florida. >> heavy rain is expected to be the major threat from that storm, and williams is here. >> good morning to you as well. julia's now the newly named tropical storm throughout this season, and we're concerned about flash flooding as well as travel delays. julia's going to continue to track northwest with big-time problem flooding along the roads in tampa and orlando. we're tracking what's going on with tropical storm ian, pulling away from populated areas because we expect ian to curve away, but that's not the case
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julia, a newly named storm, while on land, by the way, which is a rare thick to occur, threatening 6-12 inches of rain over 48 hours, but we have a threat of severe weather along the east coast from bangor down to boston. kendis, diane? >> thank you. politics donald trump's foundation is the focus of investigation by new york's attorney general. he says his office is looking into whether the trump foundation has broken new york laws for the trump's spokesman calls it a left wing job, and trump ruolle out a plan to make child care more affordable guaranteeing new mothers six weeks of paid maternity leave. if they don't receive the benefit from their jobs. trump's daughter helped craft the plan while recognizing her own child care saying it shouldn't be a luxury for a fortunate few. >> i recognize that far too few
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themselves, and i am more fortunate than most. this must change. as a society, we need to create policies that champion all parents enabling the american family to thrive. >> we're hearing new details about violence that took place at a trump rally in north carolina on monday. protesters outside the event were chaptering against trump's supporters, when a 69-year-old call told aru better learn to speak russian, and the man turned around and punched her. she did not suffer major injuries, but there is a warrant issued for the man. hillary clinton's campaign says she was home yesterday recovering from pneumonia and watching president obama make her case. >> reporter: with hillary clinton at home recovering, president obama took over on the
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and blowing a kiss, and getting right down to business. >> this is not me going through the motions here. i really, really, really want to elect hillary clinton. >> reporter: as the flower deliveries poured into hillary's home, obama described her as a fighter. >> no matter how daunting the odds, no matter how many times people knock her down, and mess with r, she doesn't quit. she doesn't quit. >> reporter: and he would not quit attacking donald trump. >> and then you got the donald. who just, last week, went on russian state television to talk down our military and to curry
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he loves this guy. can you imagine ronald reagan idolizing somebody like that? >> reporter: the president's sleeves rolled up, he hit trump's promise to be a fighter for the working class. >> he spent most of his life trying to stay as far away from working people as he could. and now this guy's going to be the champion of working people. huh? i mean, he wasn't going to let you on his golf course. warning to young people. >> you can't stay home because, you know, realm, she's been around for a long time. oh, you know what? this is not reality tv. >> reporter: president obama urging voters to choose the woman who's been a fixture in american politics for decades. >> we always like the new shiny thing. i benefitted from that when i
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sometimes, what is steady and true. and hillary clinton's steady. and she is true. >> reporter: and it's not just president obama, first lady michelle obama will be out on the campaign trail for hillary clinton and this could not have come at a better time given all the health questions over secretary clinton right now. she watched the speech from better and will be back out on the campaign trail on thursday. abc news, brooklyn, new york. bernie sanders made his way to the white house in support of native american tribes calling on president obama to take action against a controversial oil pipeline that's supposed to carry oil from north dakota to illinois. sander and native americans say it will endanger sacred sites on reservations in the dakotas and want an environmental impact
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sanders said that study could kill the pipeline. u.s. carried out a massive air strike in mosul. u.s. officials suspected the plant was making mustard or chlorine gas, and 12 u.s. war planes took part in destroying 50 different points in that plant. the 93-year-old became head of the defense ministry at the age of 29 and minister and in most other cabinet positions as well. he was one of the recipients of the 1994 nobel peace prize for his work on the peace accords. north carolina is reeling from new fallout due to the so-called bathroom bill. even republican lawmakers who voted for it last march now have second thoughts, and it's hurting the re-election efforts of the state's republican governor as well.
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>> reporter: fallout comntinuin in north carolina where a controversial law is now prompting the ncaa to confirm they are out. >> immediate impact is going to be about $17 million. >> reporter: financial impact statewide is still unclear, but the ncaa's move cost the state seven championship events next year including early round of march madness games, and ncaa explaining in a statement ncaa am promote an inclusive at most fear, and north carolina state lakes make it challenging to guarantee a delivery on that commitment. >> it's in the importance and safety of women. >> every important entity that left the state made it clear they left the state over one thing, the worst antilgbt law in the nation. >> reporter: banning people to use the restroom with the gender
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calling it discrimination against the lgbt community, and in july, they pulled the all-star games out of charlotte, and now this announcement has duke basketball coach speaking out to abc. >> our image is being tarnished, and it's embarrassing. >> reporter: some lawmakers in north carolina say the fight is not over yet, in fact, now calling for a special session to try to repeal >> all right, thanks to eliz elizabeth. manning ending the four-day hunger strike after the army greed to provide gender resiemt surgery. she accused of releasing information to wikileaks, relieved about the decision, but sorry it took so long. a presidential pardon for edward snowden does not appear likely. the whouts says the former national security agency
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united states to face charges for leaking classified information. this after snowden told a british newspaper he deserves a pardon because his disclosures brought about much needed change. zbl zbl well, ifs a big day for a zoo in washington. it welcomed the first male o rang tan in half a century and it's a big deal because the orangutan is near extinction >> labor was four minutes and zoo keepers are optimistic the newborn will thrive. the mama giving kisses, the baby's been nurse ing and clingg closely to mama, and so far they are bonding quite nicely. >> i think they are. look at those pictures. mama's like labor was not long, come, let's hang out. >> so little. >> the habitat is disappearing as it's cleared for plantations. all right. coming up, what we learned from
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on a runway at laguardia, and what the ntsb says is the probable cause why this delta jetliner nearly landed in the water and what they say the pilots did wrong. what one school bus driver in maryland did. that was very, very frightening. putting her own life on the line to save the lives of 20 student passengers. you're watching "world news now." "world news now weather"
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after sliding off a snowy runway. >> leaking fuel? >> reporter: and it was all preventable. for the first time, we see the confusion inside. >> we're going to have to evacuate. >> reporter: passengers then told to wait. >> please with seated. >> reporter: it was 12 minutes before the evacuation starts, over one wing exit because the other wing was leaking fuel. >> sit down. >> reporter: it took 17 minutes before all and it should have taken 90 seconds. investigators say the cause was pilot error, too much reverse thrust to slow the plane, the pilot losing ability to keep the jet straight and started sliding. >> it was preventable, could have been much more serious. >> reporter: investigators say there was no urgency in the captain's order for evacuation, and adds they believe the plane could have landed without
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apparently, the pilots lost control of the plane the second it hit the ground, and so the investigators are recommending that pilots just need more training. >> hard to work that kind of landing. they are going to use the findings to improve safety in the future. coming up, the school bus driver hailed a hero this morning. >> how bravely and quick thinking saved lives of p 20 school children. you're watching "world news now." news now." "world
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? ? being a school bus driver is obviously stressful at times, but there are moments with quick thinking is absolutely life >> we saw that in maryland where one bus driver is called a hero, and you can understand why. here's mary bruce. >> reporter: it's the kind of terrifying scene most people run away from, but not renita smith. >> jumped up and went in mommy mode. >> reporter: the maryland school bus driver on the third stop of the day when her dash board brake light comes on, pulls over, and seconds later, the smell of smoke. >> there was a fire, smelling the smoke.
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>> reporter: in her rearview mirror, flames. she scrambled to get the elementary students off the bus, and then as the fire grows, she goes back in. going seat by seat to make sure all 20 children are out safely. watching the footage, even she is shocked. >> i'm not a firefighter. what was i thinking running back into the bus? a burning bus. >> reporter: the cause of that fire still unknown, but all those children safe. w rolling, but me, as mommy, no, i have to be strong for the babies. >> reporter: mary bruce, abc news, washington. >> a lot of parents grateful for that bus driver this morning. >> yeah. she said it was her job to keep the young children safe, and there were others that rescued as well with neighbors who saw the fire and got all the kids into the house nearby as well. >> all right. a happy ending. we like those. >> yeah. coming up, newest feature
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spirits of the beloved latin teacher who is house bound battling cancer. ? what our hearts long ? ? to be overcome by your presence lord ? >> the video caught the eye of tim mcgraw who shared it on facebook where it's been viewed more than 23 million times. ? your presence lord ? >> it's never easy deciding what to give a loved one for a birthday, but a gold medal is a ka katie kelly is a legally blind athlete from australia who took home the gold in rio, and they won the competition on jones' birthday. she told press after the event there was no birthday cake to be had, but, hey, a gold medal does just fine. >> and, finally, time for our why. if you're tired of the s.o. demanding you pay attention to them or communicate with them, have we found the technology for you.
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program that sends your partner messages of affection or admiration so you don't have to. you just tell the app when to send the messages, and it takes over from there. the app was built at tech crunch disrupt san francisco. what do you think? love notes from an app? innovative and helpful, or is romance totally #dead? >> it doesn't send love notes you wrote, just sends -- >> automassically. >> >> i like it. >> no, no, not okay. that gets you zero points. zero. >> let me tell you, to start out, i start at 0 points. >> negative territory. >> thank you, will. >> that's the news for this half hour. >> remember to follow us on
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this morning on "world news now," a new headache for the trump campaign. >> the republican candidate's charity organization now under fire. the investigation by the new york attorney general's office. this as president obama gets out on the campaign trail for hillary clinton while she rests up. it's your voice, a terrifying ordeal caught on cam what when a car careens into three officers. but the fight didn't end there. what we're now learning about the suspect. and a new warning for the millions of americans with high blood pressure. the new study that reveals the large group of people who should be taking life-saving medication but are not. and later, we'll take you
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see how one designer is changing the game when it comes to fieding women that actually fits. it's wednesday, september 14th. from abc news, this is "world news now. >> we begin with politics today. donald trump's charity is now the focus of an investigation by new york's attorney generals. >> we're talking about eric snyderman. you see him there. his oe whether the trump foundation has followed laws involving charity foundations. he closed his investigation hours after a federal probe began. trump says the new york investigation is a left wing hit job. that same sports person calling snyderman a part is an -- who has endorsed hillary clinton for
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team says she will be back campaigning toll. president obama hit the road to make her case and to attack donald trump. kenneth has the details. >> presidential surrogate. >> hello, philly! >> president obama hit the campaign trail at a critical point in the race. hillary clinton recovering at home from pneumonia, under scrutiny for more questions about transparency. what sets hillary apart is that tlooit all, she just keeps on and she doesn't stop caring. >> the president in battleground pennsylvania, taking on donald trump in philadelphia. >> this guy who spent 70 years on this earth showing no concern for working people. this sgie is suddenly going to be your champion? >> trump was at a polling site, but not to vote since only
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he then was hitting clinton for calling his supporter deplorable. >> i call you hard working american patriots. >> and trump's campaign attacked her for failing to disclose her pneumonia diagnosis sooner, saying she lied. just a few hours after the president, trump was in the philadelphia area with his daughter, ivanka, unveiling the d weeks of maternity leave. . >> the clinton campaign called trump's child care plan out of touch, half baked and insuffic insufficient. and a follow-up for you this morning on a security scare for trump. a british man has now pleaded guilty to charges stemming from his attempted attack on the
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policemen's gun to shoot trump. he did not get that gun. he pleaded guilty yesterday to a firearms charge and one other count. he could, however, spend about two years in prison and is almost certain to be deported the. the u.s.-russian cease-fire in syria remaybes in effect, but has not been without issues. there was this video o in a playground in aleppo. back here in this country and to arizona, new details we're learning after that man drove through a group of police officers. the suspect is now faesing attempted murder charges. officials describe the incident as intentional, but say the suspect appeared impaired by drugs or alcohol. clayton sandel shows us what happened. >> it began in the middle of the
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what happens next is what the chief calls an unprovoked attack. a man in a red car who appears to be lying in wait suddenly revs the engine and appears to plow into the office. >> accelerates quickly, runs right over our police officers and into the store. >> sergeant goes down with a broken leg, another gets out of the way and flying through the air. it was his first day on the job. >> he got back up and takes this guy into custody. unbelievable. a hero. >> but the suspect isn't giving up. officers that were just run over now have to fight him on the ground, finallying using a taser to help make the arrest. >> these officers could have easily been killed and i thank god that we're not planning three funerals right now..
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mark luq payne. one officer is still in the hospital, but all three are expected to be okay. as for the suspect, he's now charged with three counts of attempted murder and police say they're still looking for a motive. clayton sandell, abc news, denver. a u.s. official is calling it a smear campaign. a its computer systems. the hackers posted confidential medical data for u.s. athletes alleging drug use. biels responded saying she takes medication for adhd and she's not afraid to let people know. the records themselves show the athletes were allowed to take the medications in question. and a north carolina senator is the first to call for an appeal of controversial house
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to pull seven championship events out of the state because of the so-called bathroom bill. mara baringer says she agrees with the concept, but not with the questions questions. a student from the university of north carolina is going public with accusations that she was raped by a football player and the school mishandled the case. >> university of north robinson, coming forward claiming authorities allowed her rapist to go unpunished. >> my life has changed forever, while the person who assaulted me remains as a student, as a football player on this campus. >> robinson says after the assault, six months ago, she went straight to campus police who says treated her like a suspect. >> what was i drinking, did i lead him on, had i hooked up
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one-night stands. >> she also claims investigators joked with her attacker, telling him not to worry and to keep playing football. >> this man raped me and the police told him not to sweat it. >> robinson taking matters into her own hands, using an unusual state law turn to go a magistrate who issued an arrest warrant for the tar heels football player for misdemeanor sexual assault. the action, prompting unc's athletic department to suspend the player who they identify as allen artis from the team. and the district attorney's office says they are still investigating the case and more serious charges are still possible. >> especially when you're waiting for lab results, sometimes it can take over a year. >> and if that football player is convicted of misdemeanor sexual assault, he could face up to five months in jail. meanwhile, the university of north carolina says it is deeply committed to the safety of its students, but because of privacy
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lindsay janus, abc news, new york. florida's lawmakers are urging the government to approve funding to battle the zika virus. a trial for a zika vaccine has started at the university of maryland school of medicine. and some news about blood pressure in older americans. one in four in the medicare drug program are not taking their medications properly or at all. an conclusion with one in four prescriptions for the blood pressure medication never even being filled. 70% of u.s. adults age 65 and older have high blood pressure. let's switch to some sports now. it was a record setting night with the chicago white sox. that had nothing to do with what was going on on the field. >> here's what's going on in the stands. there were dogs, lots of them
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the sox called it bark in the park ask it went down in history. >> that's because there were 1122 dogs. some were really dressed up. it was certified by guinness as the new world record for the most dogs attending a sporting event. congratulations to the southsiders on that. >> i'm immediately reminded of that image of the dog in the stands who is staring at the guy's hot dog and not paying attention to what was going on in front of him. >> it looks fashion show. we should have been the red carpet commentary for this one. >> it is fashion week here in new york. coming up, dangerous high speed chase with a big rig. >> the team played out as the truck carrying hazardous materials led police on a chase across several freeways. and later, inside the world of fashion as all the world's top designers revealed their
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skrender, but did not want to go back to jail. nation's biggest mass transit system in new york and new jersey joined the move to shut off their gal laxy note 7s. >> they are working on a new battery, but still refuse to issue an official recall. here's the latest. >> reporter: the new samsung note 7. >> it's the phone reports blamed for an explosion in this car. >> last thought in my head is that a brand new device is going to burn down my car. >> reporter: or a night stand. >> it was exploding, it shot pieces of whatever that was in the phone out. >> reporter: fuelling worries it ignites on a jet. an faa advisory prompting this. now consumer advocates slam
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are not to be charged on during the flight. >> reporter: now consumer advocates slam samsung, the company that makes the note 7 for not issuing an official u.s. government sanctioned recall of the phone. >> they are very dangerous. this is just not the way the process is supposed to work. >> reporter: samsung issued a recall, but watchdogs say without a u.s. agency doing it with them, consumers are still in danger. >> because you don't have an kethe device on planes.can't e sam sing is quickly working to replace it. the consumer product safety commission is independently evaluating the battery to ensure the consumer will not be harmed. they said they are working with the cpnb to expedite an official recall, but no word on when that happens. in the meantime, people with the galaxy note 7 are advised to
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device. >> we also have public transportation systems like the mta, new jersey transit saying not to turn the phones on when you are traveling on trains and busses, and also say not to plug them in. >> yeah. absolutely. samsung getting a hit from this, down 10% since late august. >> thank you for that report. in the next half hour, storming the stage on "dancing with the stars" what we're finding out this morning about the two men who tried to rush olympian ryan lochte and what they told reporters on camera after being escorted out. first, the fashion designer blades blazing a new trail on the runway at new york fashion week with plus-sized models. you're watching "world news now."
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? it is fashion week in new york, and one designer is talk of the town for charting a new course down the runway. >> to millions of women who wear size 8 or larger, he's a god send. we're "up all nightline." >> reporter: we went behind the scenes with the designer as he prepares for the ground breaking show. here in his showroom, the team puts the final touches on the collection. >> it is we usually have three girls on the runway at a time, so it's about 5 looks. still seems like a lot of looks, but then the show is literally like eight minutes long. it's crazy. it's ten minutes for the show, but the look and the world of this lasts forever. >> at the casting call last week, there were models of every shape ask size. >> we saw like 450 girls and we only picked 30, 35. so 35 to 40 girls total for 52
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>> reporter: but most top designers still don't make clothes for larger women. stopping their sizes at 12, even though most american women are a size 14 or larger. >> it's totally engrained in our culture to dress as tall, skinny women. and we present them as being a fashion ideal. well, she's unrealistic. >> the fashion industry icon had enough. >> it is true that designers maintain that women larger than the size2 i think it's a lot of poppycock. >> but he also markets with retailer like payless. >> wear a thousand dollar dress with a $20 shoe. i love that idea. >> reporter: why are you so inclusive? why is it important to you? >> celebrate as many people as you can, you never know your customer, who spends money on
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>> reporter: sales of apparel size 14 and higher rose 17% in 2016 to $20.4 billion. but many retailers don't carry larger sizes. >> i'm willing to forgive the designers. where are the retailers on this? retailers have such power. they can say to designers, you will do this. you will execute this task, and you will do it well. get on board, people. is definitely on board. his message of inclusiveness shining through. >> god, i'm so excited, so nice to be able to be in fashion week and have it be a show that's diverse with all sorts of sizes and all sorts of different girls. so, yeah, i'm honored and thrilled. >> reporter: for "nightline," new york. >> i love tim gunn, get on board, people. >> he is. he actually wrote this open
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is going to start this wednesday mix with a little bit of politics and real estate and a little bit of american history. so out there in queens, there's a house, looks simple enough, doesn't it? nice home. >> yeah. >> there's a bit of history to it. this is apparently where donald trump spent a part of his childhood, where he was a baby. it's now for sale. price tag? what do you say? five bedrooms. brick and stucco. >> oh, $800,000. >> you heard the notes. >> i made it sound like i was thinking, didn't i?
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the homeowners are hoping that because of the history that donald trump was a kid here in this home that they might be able to pull that off. they're getting a divorce, so they are hoping to sell the house. >> been on the market for more than a million before. goes up on the auction break before the election. a great story now about making lemonade, so to speak, a bride on the way to her own wedding with the bridal party in toe had a got a flat tire. but the maid of honor says she was totally fine and figured, i got this. stood on the side of the road, and she hitchhiked. lucky for them, two minutes later, a guy named jay drove by with kids in the car and said let me drop off the kids, i'll ought the party over to the wedding, and they said the whole time the bride seemed happy, although they say, by the way, the champagne was flowing heavily in the limo. so that might be something to do with that. >> if you notice in the photos
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>> and you notice the smile on her face, too. may or may not go together. they invited jay to the wedding, he said no thank you. but the consensus is jay was awesome. >> good guy, jay. apparently, kanye west's yeezy cleats are popular with athletes. and he's been gifting them to athletes. you may recall over the weekend the houston texans deandre hopkins, he wore them. apparently -- >> because i definitely noticed in football. >> exactly. that's what i noticed in this play when he got this touchdown. so apparently people will now be able to get their hands on these cleats, about 250 bucks. yeah, happy birthday. >> all right. now we heard of scaredy cats, but this is literal. this is herman, who looks terrified all the time.
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ay. making news in america this morning, donald trump's foundation now under investigation. overnight the trump campaign responds, plus leaked e-mails from colin powell blasts the republican nominee. all as hillary clinton announces when she'll be back on the trail. we're live in washington. tracking the tropics, a new storm forming overnight and the system already impacting the united states. plus, another massive storm system that's being called the largest in years. an abc news exclusive. one-on-one with apple ceo tim cook. he's defending the company's newest product after getting an earful for the airpods. and we can call it a daredevil here. tries a dangerous jump, a nearly

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