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and effecting change in american society if he did not appeal to the moral conscience of the society. racism was legal. segregation was legal, jim crow was legal it was part of the social construct. we had to take it beyond the realm of what was constructed by society and say there's a higher ruling when it comes to right and wrong conduct. so the question that doesn't get asked often. we. >> that this harassment is about women's power, but should women also be cautious that it's also about them also and their morality? >> well, look, i'm not going to join those who want to
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>> we're not demonizing, but i'm talking about their own morality. >> relationships in life require boundaries. >> we're not talking about the sexual harassment. we are talking about the culture that we allow between men and women and what the trajectory is to get to certain positions and sometimes we do these certain things, not saying that they're right or wrong, but yet these things are coming back 20 and 30 years later. i don't want to feel that in terms of the moral striving that men are the only 1 who have to a role to play and have to learn from this and pay a price for this. there has to be a moral lesson for women as well. >> i'm not excusing women, they may be conducting themselves of seductive of and man pew tive of men in power. i'm not saying that. men should have a maturity, and amoral height that they should model even in dealing wi
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we put people in power because we expect them to be responsible no matter how they achieve that sense of power. women look for safety and security. it's up to the men to draw the line. we can go back to the garden, where adam should have said, eve, you shouldn't have done that, i'm not going to join you. >> are you saying it takes a man of character and moral strive and goodness to make women good, to make them complete? >> i think when a man carries himself as the man that he is supposed to be, morally, ethically, spiritually, then he becomes a model that a woman finds easily to submit to, to admire, to respect and to follow. but when he doesn't provide that for her, she then must take on characteristics that are different from who she is designed to be in order to compensate for whatever she has to deal with in that man's failings. >> jason and debbie will join us to ask questions of the pastor. we will take your phone calls later in the show.
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screen if you want to call in. america spiritual and moral spirits in a 2015 and a spiritual and moral context. we will be back. ♪ ♪ and welcome back to the broadcast. i want to welcome debbie who is all the way from the bahamas who is joining us and jason from the washington examiner. pastor, let me come back to you on one final point before we get our panelist involved in the conversation. so the pope is -- wants to rewrite, yield not to temptation in the bible, because he feels it's very -- in his way it's confusing. and it's the word of jesus. i didn't know that
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rewrite or revisit what jesus has written, but is this part of the thing that you talked in the past of biblical illiteracy. what is it. >> no, i don't think that it's biblical ill ter rathe ill tertk that his motivation is to make it easier to understand. the character of this pope has been consistently trying to appeal to the younger generation and those that have been removed from the catholic church and to bring them back into the fold. so the whole idea and it's lead us not into temptation which is what the catholics call the our father prayer that is memorized by millions of people around the world that it can be misleading and indicate that god's character is man volant when that is ascribed
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the devil. that he can lead us into temptation. for knows who understand that that is not the meaning of it, it's an idiomatic expression which is peculiar to the language of that particular day. what it's saying is do not allow us to be overcome by temptation, but a literal reading of that can be confusing. so the pope wants to say let's adjust it so people can understand it. >> wait a minute, do you agree? >> no. he is not adjusting the original text. >> okay. >> he is adjusting the translation in english to make it more understood. that is all he is doing. >> this is the press reports things, they have no idea what they're talking about. because they don't understand the bible. ♪ ♪ ♪
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the iran is bracing for another round of protests. they rallied against high prices, rising unemployment and corruption. president rouhani said they have a right to protest but warned against violence. two protesters were killed over the weekend. iran has blocked access to instagram and a popular messaging app used by actists. kim jong un warned in his annual new year's address that the nuclear button is
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his desk. president trump rang in the new year with family and friends at his florida resort. he had this message on twitter. as our country rapidly grows stronger and smarter, i wish to wish all my friends and supporters, enemies and haters a happy new year. he took the opportunity to tout his accomplishments. >> we're off to a very good start as you know with the great tax cut and anwar and getting rid of the individual mandate, which was very, very unpopular as you know, but we are going to have a tremendous year. the stock market i think is going to continue to go up. >> the president's older children also attended. they dined on maine lobster ravioli and pan-seared bass and
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california's first retail pot shops open for business. medical marijuana has been legal in the state for years, but as of today, recreational use is also legal there. same goes for massachusetts and maine, but it won't be sold in retail shops in those states for a few months. there's a freeze warning in new orleans, prompting the city to activate the emergency plan for the hopeless. and let's get the national forecast from accuweather's melis melissa constanzer. >> happy new year. it's going to be a might, dry and bright one along the west coast. we're talking about cold air that will create lake-effect snowshowers as highs stay 15-20 degrees below normal. also freezing drizzle concerns around san antonio, texas. the real-feel values in the teens to below zero throughout the day. on to some good
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completed a perfect season! >> woo, perfect! they didn't win one single game. they lost, 28- 24 to the pittsburgh steelers, becoming only the second nfl team to post a 0-16 record. >> hey, if you're going to go down you might as well-set a record. the city will celebrate the accomplishment with a perfect record parade. the parade is even sponsored. >> how does the team feel about that? >> they probably have headaches, hence the sponsor of excedrin. if you're going to go down, do it full on and get a parade out of it. >> you look so nice. >> thank you. not so pbad yourself. >> see how everyone rang in the new year. >> and fireworks
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barge caught fire and exploded on an australian beach. a malfunction caused the fireworks to go off in a random spray into the crowd. two technicians suffered minor injuries. and the times square ball drop has been the the centerpiece of new year's eve celebrations since 1907. >> more than a billion people tune in worldwide to watch the iconic ball drop. but overseas, millions more followed their own traditions to ring in 2018. [ bell tolling ] from the iconic chimes of big ben in london to dubai. to sydney harbor. people around the world rang in 2018 with fireworks, balloons, confetti and plenty of noise. here in new york, an estimated 1 million people packed into times square, amid unprecedented security, from bag checks to bomb-sniffing
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counter snipers and some 1,000 security cameras trained on the crossroads of the word. >> times square, new york city, safest place in the world. >> and with wind chills below zero in new york city it was the second coldest ball drop ever. >> we're on our honeymoon. freezing. >> do you think you're going to survive? >> i'm trying. >> it's our bucket list. >> i didn't expect it to be this cold. >> reporter: the extreme cold forced many to take extreme measures. how many layers are you wearing? >> about four. >> i feel like i'm being stabbed in my feet. it's the worst pain i've ever felt in my feet. >> reporter: the deep freeze canceled many celebration from boston to st. louis and ft. worth, texas. but it did not cancel celebrations here in new york. we weren't there, but we dressed for the occasion. you know who was there, though?
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>> mariah carey returned to times square to try to redeem herself. >> i don't know if you heard about this. last year she was the headliner, and it was described by some, by some, not me, as a quote, train wreck that derailed her act to lip synch. >> so how did she do last night? check it out. ♪ i have a fissivision of love ♪ ♪ and it was all that you've given to me ♪ >> seconds after midnight, carey said she felt a lot better than last year. last year she needed a police escort to exit times square. >> she doesn't need to redeem herself, she's mariah. >> coming up, jack sheehan with the analysis. doctor recommended... ...prilosec otc 7 years ago, 5 years ago, last week. just 1 pill each morning, 24 hours and zero heartburn. it's been the number 1 doctor recommended brand for 10... ...straight years, and it's still recommended today. use as directed.
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♪ it's january 1st. and that means lots of college football later today, which means one thing. it's time to bring
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apr football analyst, contributor, jack. >> we start with the outback bowl. it's a repeat of the 2013 outback bowl when this happened. oh, >> oh. >> that hurt. clowney arriving in a really bad mood for the gamecocks. this year a game for the defenses, michigan 23-south carolina 14. >> all right. >> now my favorite team. the notre dame fighting irish. >> we don't have to talk about them. >> 9-3 against lsu. also 9-3. the last time they met, the 2014 music city bowl. the last time they met, you may remember, the jacksonville jaguars wasun
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say. look out, oh, no. >> all right. i like how this is going. >> there he goes. it's a foot race. he's going to win. notre dame lines up for the game-winning field goal. irish won that one. >> oh, they did. >> this is the fourth time these schools have met since 1997 in a bowl game, '97 independence bowl, 2007 sugar bowl, when there was a special guest in the audience. can we see that? let's see. ah, there he is. >> one jack sheehan! >> applauding in the superdome. >> how about that. did you bring them good luck? >> no, it was 41-14 if i remember correct limit lsu missing a few defensive starters. i expect a close game, physical game, prediction, got to go with the irish, 28- 27. >> you're giving them a point? >> every point matters when it comes to
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talking about big bowl games, college football playoff semi-finals today, first one, oklahoma and georgia, georgia, winners of the sec. they got their revenge against auburn in the sec title game. georgia known for strong running game, tough defense. i expect them to try to keep oklahoma and their offense off the field. >> mm-hm. >> speaking of oklahoma. they won the big 12 title against tcu. sooners are all about offense. averaging 45 points a game. the defense, yeah, they scored right there, defense just has to do enough. when oklahoma is running, it's all about their quarterback, baker mayfield, who you may have heard of before, since i won the heisman trophy. mayfield, 41 touchdowns, five interceptions this season, their first meeting between the two schools, georgia seeking their first title since
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against the. sec. my prediction, oklahoma 31, georgia 29. >> another close game. >> finally, if you're still conscious tonight, clemson, alabama round three. two years ago, alabama won their fourth national championship under nick saban. it was 45-40. last season, crelemson gets its revenge. the game came down to the final seconds. >> ooh. >> that was the winning touchdown. clemson hasn't looked back since. my prediction, alabama 23, clemson 21. >> interesting. i like that you have a lot of close game predictions, means we're going to have a lot of exciting games to of what. >> let's hope. we'll hold the analyst accountable. they're all yours. >> we're going to keep those in check in that case, and we'll see how the age list does when
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year. you know what the city needs? an indoor times square. [ horns honking ] >> welcome to gulliver's gate. it's a completely immersive experience. we have a mini times square. >> even the judgmembotron. how many art sans disans did it? >> a little over 800. >> there goes my bus! hey, i'm anderson cooper in times square. let's count down to the new year. five, four, three, two, one, happy new year! ♪ another year has come and gone ♪ ♪ and we made it through somehow ♪ ♪ and
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with us ♪ ♪ every day on "world news now" ♪ ♪ this song is just nostalgic shmultz, but please don't have a cow ♪ ♪ we hope you find some peace of mind in the year beginning now ♪ happy new year from gulliver's gate in toasty times square! ♪ >> yay! >> happy new year! >> i dig the idea of times square without all the cold. >> i do, too. >> portable bathrooms and such. >> antd traffic looked like a nightmare. the ball drop could use a little work. we hope you guys enjoyed your new year. >> yes. happy -- >> hope you enjoyed your new year. >> because i'm with you. >> we
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this morning on "world news now," a new year's eve tragedy in costa rica. a plane goes down killing several americans. new details on the man accused of ambushing several police officers near denver, killing one of them. his social media posts just discovered. and welcoming in 2018. >> and from below zero wind chill in times square to fireworks in australia. and mariah carey's return. does she redeem herself after last year's debacle? >> and ringing in the new year with president trump, who was at his dinner party at mar-a-lago. see what was on the menu and
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supporters and haters. it's monday, january 1st of 2018. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> happy new year, everybody! >> happy new year! >> we lost our noisemakers already. it didn't take us very long. >> woo, woo, woo, there's my moy noisemaker. >> we hope everyone had a great one. we are going to have all the fun for you, but we're going to take it serious with the news here. >> for now, but we'll get back to these. so an estimated 1 million revelers packed into times square to ring in 2018. >> and this year they did it against a backdrop of record-cold temperatures and unprecedented security. 6,000 police officers shut down 66 blocks, sealing off 125 parking garages and running every party-goer through
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and radiation detectors. >> and the ball drop was the second coldest at 9 degrees. >> and you can see them out there for the massive cleanup under way. more than 200 city sanitation workers are out there to scoop up 50 tons of trash. >> and we'll have more on the celebrations copping celebrations coming up later. ten americans were on a plane that crasshed in costa rica. marcy gone sau marci gonzalez has more. 12 people are dead, including ten americans. after a small plane. >> oh, my god. >> reporter: crashed soon after takeoff. >> our left hand turn. and nosedive straight into the ground. >> reporter: dawn wolf and her family vacationing from utah, watching in
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>> everybody screaming and yelling. >> reporter: her husband rushing toward the wreckage. >> people were yelling and running up the hill with fi extinguishers. >> reporter: from above, can you see the scorched woods where it came down. the plane's colorful tail some of the only recognizable debris. the president of costa rica tweeting that her cousin was the pilot. investigators are still looking into the cause of the crash. marci gonzalez, abc news, santa monica, california. authorities in colorado have identified the moon wan who ope fire on police. matthew riehl shot five officers, killing one of them. he was a veteran who
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iraq and ranted against so h so-called dirty cops on social media. >> reporter: it began as a noise complaint that quickly became an and bush. deputies arrived at this apartment complex in highlands ranch, colorado for a dispute between a man and his male roommate. the suspect suddenly opens fire. four deputies and one police officer are shot. >> pop pop, pop pop pop pop. >> reporter: two neighbors are also hit. all of the officers manage to retreat outside except one, zachary parish. >> we have one deputy down inside the apartment. i'm not getting anything from him. all of us have been hit at least once. >> all of them were shot very, very quickly. and they all went down almost within secondsf
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so it was more of an ambush-type of an attack on our officers. >> reporter: over the next hour and a half, the suspect fires more than a hundred times. gunfire even heard over the radio. at around 7:30, officers enter the apartment, confronting and killing the suspect in a final shootout. deputy parish does not survive. he was married, the father of two children. >> we are deeply saddened by the loss of zachary. when i sat with hess wife and held her hand i could see in her eyes, her life was over. >> reporter: the other wounded officers all now in stable condition. police say they had dealt with the suspect before. they had been to this apartment complex on calls in the past, but they say he did not have a criminal record. clayton sandell, abc news, highlands ranch, colorado. and a man in houston is under arrest after
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stashing weapons and ammunition in a hotel room hours before celebrations. he was at the hyatt regency to celebrate new year's eve and had weapons, that included an ar-15 so they wouldn't get stolen. they did charge him with assaults an officer and trespassing. iran is bracing for another day of protests. protesters rallied against high unemployment and corruption. the white house voiced support for the demonstrators. iranian president rouhani said they had a right to protest but warned against violence. two were killed over the weekend and iran has blocked access to instagram and a popular messaging app used by activists. kim jong un is ring in the new year with a message for the u.s. that his forces are a
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and that the button is always on his desk. as our country rapidly grows stronger and smarter, i want to wish all my friends, supporters, enemies, haters and even the very dishonest fake news media a happy and healthy new year, 2018 will be a great year for america. the president arrived at last night's celebration with first lady melania trump and son barron and took the opportunity to tout his accomplishments. >> we're off to a very good start as you know with the tax cut and anwar and getting rid of the individual mandate, which was very unpopular, which you know, but we are going to have a tremendous year. the stock market is going to continue to go up. >> the president's older children also attended dining on maine lobster ravioli and pan-seared bass
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alaska. medical marijuana has been legal in california for years, but as of today, recreational use is also legal there. same goes for massachusetts and maine but it won't be sold in retail stores for a few months. there are extreme temperatures in about two-thirds of the country. >> there's a freeze warning in new orleans prompting the city to activate its emergency program for the homeless. let's get the latest from melis melissa constanzer. >> it's going to be a mild, dry and bright one on the west coast. but the jet stream dips far to the south. and we're talking about cold air, lake-effect snowshowers and freezing drizzle concerns around stoent san antonio, texas. on to some good news
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completed a perfect season! >> woo! perfect! they didn't win one single game. >> oh. >> they lost, 28-24 to the pittsburgh steelers, becoming only the second nfl team to ever post a 0-16 record. >> hey, if you're going to go down you might as well celebrate a record. the city will celebrate with a perfect-season parade. marchers will go around the stadium to form a zero. the parade is even sponsored by excedrin. >> how did the team feel about that? >> i bet they all have headaches, hence the sponsorship by excedrin. >> you get a parade. you get a parade. >> if you are going to go down you might as well do it full on and get a parade out of it. >> you look so nice. >> thank you, not so bad yourself. i like the pocket square. >> coming up, ushering in 2018 around world. >> see how everyone else rang in the new year. >> and fireworks
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caught fire and exploded on an australian beach. a malfunction caused the fireworks to go off and a random spray into the crowd. two technicians surfffered mino injuries. and the times square ball drop has been the center of attention in new york city since 1907. >> overseas millions more followed their own traditions to ring in 2018. [ bell tolling ] from the iconic chimes of big ben in london to dubai to sydney harbor. people around the world rang in 2018 with fireworks, balloons, confetti and plenty of noise. here in new york, an estimated 1 million people packed into times square, amid unprecedented security, from bag checks to
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counter snipers and some 1,000 security cameras trained on the crossroads of the world. >> times square new york city, safest place in the word. >> and with wind chills below zero, it was the second coldest ball drop on record. >> we're on our honeymoon, freezing. >> you think you're going to survive? >> i'm trying. >> it's our bucket list. >> i didn't expect it to this be cold. i knew it was going to be golco but not this cold. >> reporter: it forced extreme measures. how many layers are you wearing? >> about four. >> i feel like i'm being stabbed in my feet. >> reporter: the deep freeze canceled many new year's eve celebrations from boston to st. louis and even as far south as ft. worth, texas. but it did not cancel the celebrations here in new york. we weren't there, but we dressed for the occasion. you know who was there, though? >>
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>> mariah carey returned to times square to try to redeem herself. >> she was the headliner last year, and it was described by some, by some, mariah, not me, as quote a train wreck with technical difficulties that derailed her ability to lip synch. >> so how did she do last night? check it out. ♪ i have a vision of love, and it was all that you've given to me ♪ >> so just seconds after midnight, carey said she felt a lot about thor thbetter than la. last year she needed a police escort to exit times square. coming up, jack sheehan with the analysis. vicks vaporub. needs proven cough medicine. with 8 hours of vapors. so he can sleep. vicks vaporub. goodnight coughs. i had this chest cold,
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♪ it's january 1st. and that means lots of college football later today, which means one thing. it's time to bring in the "world news now" senior chief, global football analyst,
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jack sheehan. >> whoa. thank you for having me. we start in tampa. the outback bowl, 8-4 michigan, 8-4 south carolina. this is a repeat of the 2013 outback bowl when this happened. oh! >> oh. >> that hurt. clowney right there, arriving in a really bad mood for the gamecocks. this year, a game for the defenses, prediction, michigan 23, south carolina 14. >> all right. >> now my favorite team, the notre dame fighting irish. >> we don't have to talk about them. >> 9-3 against lsu, also 9-3. the last time they met, the 2014 music city bowl, here's how it went down. leonard forenet who you might remember from the jacksonville jack wa jaguars was running wild.
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another long rurn run, look out. irish won that one. >> oh, they did, huh? >> this is the fourth time these schools have met since 1997 in a bowl game. '97 independence bowl, 2007 sugar bowl, when there was a special guest in the audience there. can we see that? let's see -- ah, oh, there he is. >> one jack sheehan! >> applauding in the superdome. >> how about that, did you bring them good luck that year? >> no, it was 41-14 if i recall correct limit lsu missing a couple of defensive starters. i expect a close game, a physical game. prediction, got to go with the irish, 28-27. >> you're giving them a point? >> every point matters when it comes to these big bowl
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college football playoff, semi-finals today. first one, oklahoma and georgia. georgia, winners of the sec, they got their revenge against auburn in the sec title game. georgia known for its strong running game, tough defense. i expect them to try to keep oklahoma and their offense off the field. >> mm-hm. >> speaking of oklahoma. they won the big 12 title against tcu. sooners are all about offense. averaging 45 points a game. the defense, yeah, they scored right there. defense just these do enough, when oklahoma is rolling it's all about their quarterback, baker mayfield, who you may have heard of before, since i won the heisman trophy, may field, 41 touchdowns, five interceptions, the first meeting between the two schools, georgia seeking their first
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oklahoma four teams against the sec, my prediction, oklahoma 31, georgia 29. >> another close one. >> and finally, if you're still conscious tonight, clemson, alabama, round three. two years ago, alabama won their fourth national championship under nick saban. it was 45-40. last season, clemson gets its revenge 35-31. the game came down to the final seconds. >> ooh. >> that was the winning touchdown. clemson hasn't looked back since. my prediction, alabama 23, clemson 21. >> interesting. i like that you have a lot of close game predictions. means we're going to have a lot of exciting games to watch. >> let's hope. we'll hold the analyst accountable. >> we'll keep these in check then and see how the analyst does when the games are over. all right.
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you know what the city needs? an indoor times square. [ horns honking ] >> welcome to gulliver's gate. it's a completely immersive experience located in the heart of teaimes square, we have over 300 cities represented here, including a mini times square. >> how many artisans did it take to make this? >> it took a little over 800 artisans, architects, designers. >> reporter: there goes my bus. >> are you going to catch it? >> reporter: hey, i'm anderson cooper in times square. let's count down to the new year, four, three, two, one, happy new year ♪ another year has come and gone ♪ ♪ and we made it through somehow ♪ ♪ and thanks for spending
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with us ♪ ♪ every day on "world news now" ♪ ♪ this song is just nostalgic schultz, but please don't have a cow ♪ ♪ we hope you find some peace of mind in the year beginning now ♪ happy new year! from gulliver's gate in toasty times square! ♪ >> yay! >> happy new year! >> i dig the idea of times square without all the cold. >> i do as well. >> inaccessible bathrooms and such. >> not a giant walking through the city. >> and the traffic looked like a nightmare. the ball drop could use a little work. we hope you guys enjoyed your new year. >> yes, happy -- >> hope you enjoyed your new year. >> because i'm with you.
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this morning on "world news now," a new year's eve tragedy in coe sfa rika. a plane goes down. also overnight, new information about the gunman who opened fire on police officers in colorado. and welcoming 2018. >> and from below zero in new york to fireworks. we'll take you to each celebration around the world. and mariah carey's return. did she redeem herself after last year's debacle. and ringing in the new year with president trump who was at his dinner party at mar-a-lago, what was on the menu? and his message to supporters and haters.
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it's monday, january 1st of 2018. from abc news, this is "world news now." happy new year, everybody! we lost our noisemakers already. >> happy new year, america. >> we hope everyone had a great one. we are going to have all the fun for you, but of course we're going to take it serious with the news here. so, shall we? >> for now. but we'll get back to this. let's start with a little celebration. so an estimated 1 million revelers packed into times square to ring in 2018. >> and this year they did it against a backdrop of record cold temperatures and unprecedented security. 6,000 nypd officers shut down 66 square blocks, sealing off 125 parking garages and running every
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and radiation detectors. >> and the ball drop was the second coldest at 9 degrees. >> more than 200 city sanitation workers are braving the temperatures to clean up 50 tons of trash. >> and we'll have more on the celebrations later, but first breaking details on a tragedy. ten americans were on a charter plane that crashed in costa rica, killing everyone on board. >> plane went down sunday afternoon moments after taking off. marci gonzalez has more. >> reporter: in costa rica, 12 people are dead, ten of them americans, five of them reportedly from the same family after a small plane crashed shortly after takeoff. >> our left hand turn and nosedive straight into the ground. >> reporter: dawn wolf and her family vacationing from utah watching in horror. >> everybody screaming and yelling. >> reporter: her husband rushing
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toward the flaming wreckage. >> people were running up the hill with fire extinguishers. >> reporter: costa rican officials say it headed for the capital san jose when it crashed around 12:15 local time. from above, you can see the scorched woods where it came down. the plane's colorful tail some of the only recognizable debris. koegs costa rica's former president says the pilot was her cousin. investigators are still looking into the cause of the crash. marci gonzalez, santa monica, california. authorities in colorado have identified the man who opened fire on police in an apartment complex in affluent denver suburb. they say matthew riehl was a veteran who
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ranted against so-called dirty cops on social media. clayton sandell has more. >> reporter: it began as a noise complaint that quickly became an ambush. deputies arrived at highlands ranch, colorado for a dispute between a man and his male roommate. at 5:55 a.m., the suspect, armed with a rifle, suddenly opens fire. four deputies and one police officer are shot. >> it was like an exchange of gunfire and pop pop, and then pop pop pop pop. and then returned fire. >> reporter: two neighbors are also hit. all of the officers managed to retreat outside except for one, 29-year-old douglas county deputy zachary parish. >> we have one deputy down inside the apartment. i am not getting anything from him. all of us have been hit at least once. >> all of them were shot very, very quickly, and they all went down almost within seconds of each other.
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so it was more of an ambush-type of attack on our officers. >> reporter: over the next hour and a half, the suspect fires more than a hundred times. gunfire even heard over the radio. >> several rounds firing. >> reporter: at around 7:30 officers entered the apartment confronting and killing the suspect in a final shootout. deputy parish does not survive. he was married, the father of two children. >> we are deeply saddened by the loss of zachary. when i sat with his wife and held her hands i could see in her eyes her life was over. >> reporter: the other officers all now in stable condition. the police say they had dealt with this suspect before and had been here on calls in the past but they say he did not have a criminal record. clayton sandell, highlands
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ranch, could -- colorado. and a man is under arrest after stashing weapons and ammo in a hotel. he was at the hyatt regency and had the weapons which included an ar-15, so they would not get stolen. police do not believe he intended to use those weapons, but they did charge him with trespassing and assaulting a police officer. iran is preparing for another day of protests. they rally against high prices, unemployment and corruption. the white house has voiced support for the demonstrators. iranian president rouhani said they had a right to protest but warned against violence. two protesters were killed over the weekend and iran has blocked access to instagram and a popular messaging app used by activists. north korea's kim jong un is ringing in the new year with a message for the u.s. his country's nuclear forces are a reality, not a threat. he also warned that the nuclear butt
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president trump rang in the new year with family and friends at his florida resort. he said as our country grows stronger and smarter i wish to wish all my friends, haters a happy healthy new year. 2018 will be a great year for america. the president arrived at last year's celebration with first lady melania trump and son barron. he took the opportunity to tout his accomplishments. >> we're off to a very good start, as you know, with the great tax cuts and anwar and getting rid of the individual mandate, which was very, very unpopular, as you know, but we are going to have a tremendous year. stock market, i think, is going to continue to go up. >> the president's older children also attended the black tie event. they dined on lobster ravioli and
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alaska. it's a historic day in california as the state's first retail pot shops opened for business. medical marijuana has been legal in the state for years but today recreational marijuana is legal there. same goes for massachusetts and maine. though it won't be sold in retail stores in those states for a few months. so 2018 is beginning with extreme cold temperatures. >> there's a freeze warning in new orleans prompting the city to activate its emergency plan for homeless. let's get the latest from melissa constanzer. >> happy new year. it's going to be a mild, dry and bright one. but once you get used to the rockies, the jet stream dips far to the south, and that will bring cold air. that will create lake-effect snowshowers as highs stay 15-20 degrees below zero. and freezing drizzle concerns around san antonio, texas. on to some good news. the cleveland browns have completed a perfect season.
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>> woo! perfect. they didn't win one single game. they lost to the pittsburgh steelers, becoming only the second team to post a 0-16 record. >> if you're going to go down, you might as well celebrate a record. the city will celebrate the accomplishment with a perfect season parade. marchers will go around the stadium to form a zero. it is even sponsored. >> how did the team feel about that? >> i bet they all have headaches, hence the sponsorship by excedrin. >> you get a parade, you get a parade. >> if you're going to go down, you might as well do it full on and get a parade out of it. >> you look so nice. >> thank you. not so bad yourself. i love the pocket square. >> coming up, ushering in 2018. around the world. as millions shivered through the calendar change here in new
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caught fire and exploded on an australian beach. the malfunction caused the fireworks to go off and random sprayed into the crowd. two technicians suffered minor injuries. and the times square ball drop has been the centerpiece of america's new year's eve celebration since 1907. >> more than a billion people worldwide tune in to watch the ball drop. but overseas, millions more followed their own traditions to ring in 2018. [ bell tolling ] >> from the iconic chimes of big ben in london to dubai to sydney harbor. people around the world rang in 2018 with fireworks, balloons, confetti and plenty of noise. here in new york, an estimated 1 million people packed into times square, amid unprecedented security, from bag checks to
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bomb-sniffing dogs, rooftop counter snipers and some 1,000 security cameras, trained on the crossroads of the word. >> times square, new york city, safest place in the word. >> and with the wind chill below zero, it was the second coldest on record. >> we're on our honeymoon! it's freezing! >> do you think you're going to survive? >> i'm trying. >> it's our bucket list. >> i didn't expect it to be this cold. i knew it was going to be cold, but not this cold. >> reporter: the extreme cold forced many to take extreme measures. how many layers are you wearing? >> about four. >> reporter: are you freezing? >> yes. i feel like i'm being stabbed. right now in my feet. this is the worst pain i've ever felt in my feet. >> reporter: the deep freeze canceled many celebrations from boston to st. louis and ft. worth, texas. but it did not cancel celebrations in new york. we weren't there but we were dressed for the occasion. you know who was there, though. mariah carey returned to times ua
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>> i'm not sure if you heard about it last year. she was the headliner, and it was described by some, not me, as a train wreck with technical difficulties that derailed her ability to lip synch. >> how did she do last night? check it out. ♪ i have a vision of love ♪ and it was all that you've given to me ♪ >> so just seconds after midnight, carey said she felt a lot better than last year. last year she needed a police escort to exit times square. >> she doesn't need to redeem herself. she's mariah. coming up, jack sheehan with the analysis. heehan with the analysis. that cough doesn't sound so good.
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♪ it's january 1st. and that means lots of college football later today, which means one thing. it's time to bring in the "world news now" senior global chief football analyst, contributor, jack sheehan. >> whoa.
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>> jack, welcome. >> thank you, great to be here. we start in tampa, 8-4 michigan, 8-4 south carolina. it's a repeat of the outback bowl when this happened. oh. >> oh. >> that hurt. clowney right there, arriving in a really bad mood for the gamecocks. this year a game for the defenses. prediction, 23-14. the notre dame fighting irish. >> we don't have to talk about them. >> 9-3 against lsu also 9-3. last time they met, the 2014 music city bowl, here's how it went down. leonard forenet, who you may remember from the jacksonville jaguars was running wild, as they say. he took it all the way to the end zone
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also went all the way to the end zone on another long run. there he goes. it's a foot race. he's going to win. notre dame lines up for the game-winning field goal. >> oh. >> irish won that one. this is the fourth time these schools have met since 1997 in a bowl game, '97 independence bowl, 2007 sugar bowl, when there was a special guest in the audience there. can we see that? oh, there he is. >> oh, one jack sheehan! >> applauding in the super dome. >> how about that? did you bring them good luck? >> no. it was 41-14 if i remember correctly. lsu missing a couple of defensive starters. notre dame has had suspensions. i expect a close game, a physical game. prediction, got to go with the irish. 28- 27. >> you're giving them a point? >> every point matters when it comes to these big bowl games.
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talking about big bowl games, college football playoff, semi-finals today. first one, oklahoma and georgia. of course georgia wins in the sec. they got their revenge against auburn in the sec title game. georgia known for its strong running game tough offense. i expect them to keep their offense off the field. speaking of oklahoma, they won the big 12 title against tcu. sooners are all about offense, averaging 45 points a game. the defense, yeah, they scored right there. defense just has to do enough, when oklahoma is rolling it's all about baker mayfield, who you may have heard of before. since he won the heisman trophy, mayfield, 41 touchdowns, five interceptions this season. the first meeting between the two schools. georgia seeing their first title since 1980. oklahoma four straight wins
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against the sec, my prediction, oklahoma 31, georgia 29. >> another close one. >> if you're still conscious tonight, clemson, alabama round three. two years ago, alabama won their fourth national championship under nick saban. it was 45-40. last season clemson gets its revenge, 35-31. the game came down to the final seconds. >> ooh. >> that was the winning touchdown. clemson hasn't looked back since. my prediction, alabama 23, clemson 21. >> i like that you have a lot of close predictions. means we're going to have a lot of exciting games to watch. >> let's hope. we'll hold the analyst accountable. they're all yours. >> stick around.
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midnight ringing in the new year in sub-freezing weather. you know what the city needs? an indoor times square. [ horns honking ] >> welcome to gulliver's gate. it's a completely immersive experience, located in the heart of times square, over 300 represented cities in here, including a mini times square. >> how many artisans did it take to make this? >> a little over 800 model makers, architects. >> reporter: there goes my bus. >> are you going to catch it? >> reporter: hey, i'm anderson cooper in times square, three, two, one, happy new year! ♪ another year has come and gone ♪ ♪ and we made it through somehow ♪ ♪ and thanks for spending time with us ♪ ♪
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now" ♪ ♪ this song is just nostalgiced shmultz, but please don't have a cow ♪ ♪ we hope you find some peace of mind in the year beginning now ♪ happy new year from gulliver's gate in toasty types square! >> yay! >> happy new year. >> i dig the idea of times square without all the cold and portable bathrooms and such. and the traffic, looked like a nightmare. the ball drop could use a little work. >> it's much warmer. >> we hope you guys enjoyed your new year. >> yes, happy -- >> hope you enjoyed your new year. we hope kendis gibson is enjoying his new year and his night off.
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and i've got a fever, and the only prescription is more cowbell. >> more cowbell. happy new year!
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making news in america this morning, happy new year. 2018 is under way. >> three, two, one, happy new year! >> the new year gets started with frigid temperatures from times square, new york. straight across the country, the forecast and the new year's celebrations around the world coming um. holiday nightmare. new details about those killed in a fiery crash in costa rica. most of the victims americans. >> full of love, like kind, nice people. >> many from the same family. president trump makes some predictions for the new year as he prepares to head from florida back to the white house. >> we are going to ha

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