tv ABC World News With David Muir ABC February 3, 2017 6:30pm-7:00pm EST
tonight, the white house taking new acton against iran. the reaction coming in from tehran. and our correspondent asks, should americans be prepared for military action? also, the immigration ban, the new numbers tonight. tens of thousands of visas revoked. many of those people right here in america. the terror attack at the louvre. the man with the machete, on the attack inside the museum. the soldier who opened fire. in this country, the cry for help. the 9-year-old daughter calling 911 from the car, saying her father was driving drunk. she and her sister in the car. the drug lord, el chapo, brought to new york city. tonight, complaining about his prison conditions. the deadly explosion. the home bursting into flames, a family member inside. authorities on the scene. and, "made in america" is back tonight. the one super bowl ad making its
return. the item that could be under your feet. good evening. it's great to have you with us on a friday night. we begin with president trump taking new action against iran, saying they're not behaving. this evening, tehran already responding. also at this hour, new numbers revealed, showing the scope of the immigration ban so far. tens of thousands of visas revoked, many of the people right here in the u.s. but first, the new action against iran, and swift reaction from tehran. we begin with cecilia vega. >> reporter: the president today landing in florida for a weekend getaway at his winter white house, mar-a-lago. but not before making good on that threat to put iran on notice. >> they're not behaving.
>> reporter: the white house issuing new sanctions, going directly after people and entities tied to iran's ballistic missile program. we asked today, is this just the beginning? should americans be ready for the possibility of military action with iran? is that on the table? >> look, i've said this before. the president has been clear. he doesn't take options off the table but he understands the impact of something like that. >> reporter: in a statement tonight, tehran saying it "will respond proportionately" and that iran's missile program is the undeniable and inalienable right of the iranian nation. as the white house goes on offense against iran, it's playing defense on the president's controversial extreme vetting executive order temporarily banning travelers from seven majority-muslim countries. it is now the subject of multiple lawsuits. and in a virginia court today, a justice department attorney said more than 100,000 visas have been revoked. >> the number 100,000 really sucked the air out of my lungs. i think you could almost hear
the collective gasp in the courtroom. >> reporter: the state department later said the number of people who had their visas revoked is actually about 60,000. amid the fallout from images like these, families detained at airports around the country. the white house initially focused on a much smaller number. >> we had 109 people that were temporarily detained. they're all in, but they were temporarily detained to make sure that the safety of the other 324 million americans was put first. i don't see how that's a big problem. >> reporter: tonight, it is becoming increasingly clear. tens of thousands of people, directly impacted by the new policy. of the nearly 60,000 who've had their visas revoked, thousands are already here in the country. they won't be deported, but if they leave they won't be allowed back in. and there are tens of thousands more overseas with visas already in hand who would have been allowed in, but no longer.
>> cecilia, the white house says the immigration ban was designed to keep terrorists out of the country. but as you point out, thousands who have had their visas denied are already here. >> reporter: yes. and sean spicer said he didn't have details, they will not be deported, but they will not be allowed back in if they leave. >> thank you. next tonight to one of the president's closest advisors, kellyanne conway. under fire for a statement she made. citing the bowling green massacre by iranian refugees. here's brian ross. >> reporter: officials tonight in bowling green, kentucky, are rushing to assure everyone their town is safe, and always has been.
that's after white house senior counselor kellyanne conway, defending the president's travel ban, claimed iraqi refugees had carried out a massacre in bowling green. >> i bet it's brand-new information to people that president obama had a six-month ban on the iraqi refugee program after two iraqis came here to this country, were radicalized, and they were the masterminds behind the bowling green massacre. i mean, most people don't know that because it didn't get covered. >> reporter: it didn't get covered because it didn't happen. there was no massacre in bowling green, kentucky, and there never has been a terror attack of any kind there. what did happen, which abc news first reported, was an fbi sting that caught two iraqi refugees on this undercover tape, convicted of trying to send weapons to iraq for attacks on u.s. soldiers there. the two had managed to get into the country even though both had known ties to al qaeda. >> if you're asking my opinion, i would say the system failed. >> reporter: the arrest of the two men, now in prison, led to a six-month drastic curtailment and overhaul of the iraqi
refugee program in 2011. but it all happened in this quiet town of 60,000 without incident, without bloodshed, without a massacre. today, on the front page of the bowling green daily news, one word. wrong. it was another embarrassing episode for the white house counselor, who on inaugural weekend made this memorable claim. >> they're giving sean spicer, our press secretary, gave alternative facts. >> reporter: today on social media, the fake massacre claim went viral, widely mocked, a top trending topic. chelsea clinton tweeted, please don't make up attacks. conway responded to it all, saying she misspoke, "i meant to say bowling green terrorists," calling it an honest mistake and calling it phony outrage. >> no massacre, but the arrests in bowling green did lead to a change in the vetting process?
>> reporter: yes, there was a top to bottom review, which authorities say fixed the process. again, there was no massacre in bowling green. >> brian, thank you. we have new reporting tonight after the terror attack at one of the world's most famous museums. taken down when trying to attack soldiers. at least 1,000 visitors inside the museum at the time. here's alex marquardt. >> reporter: the attacker on the ground today, surrounded by soldiers, shot four times after charging at them with two machetes. the attack happening at the shopping mall under the louvre.
the attacker going down the stairs and going after the first group of people that he ran into, which was a group of soldiers. the attacker was identified through his cell phone as a 29-year-old egyptian who got a visa in dubai and came to paris on january 26th. he rented an apartment in an upscale neighborhood and spent almost $700 buying the machetes here in paris. this afternoon, we meet a group of students, undaunted. >> considering what happened, did you have any hesitation to visit paris? >> it's a scary time, but we didn't want to not come just because of the fear of something happening. >> reporter: that's the preva prevailing feeling, that life must go on. france is already at its highest state of alert. today, that security paid off. david? >> alex, thank you. there are new questions about a piece of video released by the pentagon after the deadly terror raid in yemen.
a navy s.e.a.l. was killed. the u.s. military releasing the bomb making video. it was learned that video was online and available for everyone to see since 2007. here's martha raddatz. >> reporter: it is highly unusual for the pentagon to release intelligence they find in a raid and, in this case, highly embarrassing. the video clips, according to a central command press release, were on a computer seized in the raid and include do-it-yourself lessons for aspiring bomb makers, urging them to attack the west. all true. but all known. the video is nearly ten years old and has been available on the web since 2007. >> it's unfortunate that they rushed to get something out to show that this was a useful raid and ended up undermining their credibility. >> reporter: centcom quickly removed the video after
realizing it was publicly available. but its release comes as the pentagon intensifies a review of civilian casualties in the raid. the seals met fierce resistance from al qaeda fighters in the compound, purportedly seen here, who appeared to know the americans were coming. s.e.a.l. william ryan owens was killed and three other americans wounded. president trump flew to dover air force base with his daughter ivanka this week to receive owens' body. his first casualty as commander in chief. >> martha, did the pentagon explain why it posted the video in the first place? if it was under any pressure to put the video up? >> reporter: first of all, they didn't realize it was already public. they said they posted it to show what al qaeda is up to every day. they said there was no pressure
from the white house or anyone else. >> thank you. president trump, finishing the week with another round of executive actions. calling for a change in the rules for how financial advisors make recommendations. the president saying the law hurts small businesses. >> i have so many friends of mine, that can't get any money, because the banks won't let them bo borrow because of rules and regulations. >> elizabeth warren saying as president, we're finding out whose side he's really on. let's get to rebecca jarvis. there were protections in these laws for americans, retirees, and financial advisors.
they were to pick the way with the lowest fee for these retirees. does that protection stay in-place? >> reporter: this rule was set to take effect in april, now it won't. and the burden is still on you to ask about those costs, to ask about the risks, and to ask your financial advisor if they're getting commissions. >> thank you. in the meantime, we move on to the manhunt for the suspect who threw a device into a restaurant, designed to create a loud explosion without causing damage. there was no one injured. next to the story of a 9-year-old calling 911, saying
her father was drunk behind the wheel and afraid they were going to crash. here's steve osunsami. >> hello. is this 911? >> yes, it is. how can i help you? >> i'm a kid and i think my dad is drunk. >> reporter: the tears in her voice break your heart. this 9-year-old girl was afraid for her and her sister's life. >> i know my dad is drunk and he's the only one driving and i think i am going to get into a wreck. >> are you in the car with him? >> yes, and he's driving really fastly. >> reporter: her father was still driving. and police were trying to find them. >> i don't know where i am right now. daddy, stop the frigging car. stop the car, pull over somewhere. >> reporter: police say 36-year-old wesley burgner was driving from atlanta to georgia last weekend and was drinking along the way. >> i don't want my dad to go to jail. but he's drunk. >> reporter: police arrested the father when he finally stopped
at his mother's house. >> thank you. one more headline from washington. the jobs report, reporting 227,000 americans found jobs last month. unemployment ticking up to 4.8%. the consumer alert this evening. how phone scammers are trying to get information from you from your computer at home. also, the home explosion in georgia. authorities looking for the cause. the scare in a day care. a woman trying to park, instead slamming into the building. and el chapo in court in new york city. tonight, complaining about his prison conditions. a lot more news ahead.
by helping you get more out of life and medicare part d. now with zero-dollar copays on select plans... ...and rewards points on all prescriptions, walgreens has you covered. so drop by and seize the savings! walgreens. at the corner of happy and healthy. i will nevi wnevereverair again. wash my hair again now, i fuel it new pantene doesn't just wash your hair, it fuels it. with the first pro-v nutrient blend, making every... ...strand stronger don't just wash your hair fuel it fuel your hair. because strong is beautiful. if you have moderate to severe plaque psoriasis
isn't it time to let the real you shine through? introducing otezla, apremilast. otezla is not an injection, or a cream. it's a pill that treats plaque psoriasis differently. some people who took otezla saw 75% clearer skin after 4 months. and otezla's prescribing information has no requirement for routine lab monitoring. don't take otezla if you are allergic to any of its ingredients. otezla may increase the risk of depression. tell your doctor if you have a history of depression or suicidal thoughts, or if these feelings develop. some people taking otezla reported weight loss. your doctor should monitor your weight and may stop treatment. side effects may include diarrhea, nausea, upper respiratory tract infection, and headache. tell your doctor about all the medicines you take, and if you're pregnant or planning to be. ask your dermatologist about otezla today. otezla. show more of you. next tonight here, your
money, and a new warning for consumers tonight. phone scammers calling, posing as computer techs, trying to steal your personal information. rebecca jarvis is back with the audio, tracking the scam, and trying to protect your money. >> reporter: it starts with a phone call. >> this call is in regards to a security software we installed on your computer last year. >> reporter: that voice, claiming to be a computer tech. >> now we see a red flag on our end stating there is a security breach on it. please call 1-855 -- >> reporter: actually a con artist, trying to gain remote access to your computer and steal your personal information. we tried calling the number. you're saying you believe my computer has a virus on it? sure enough, we were directed to a site where they could take over our computer. even the aarp warning members in
this video to beware. tonight, the government warning these scams are on the rise and they don't just happen on the phone. andrea hahn was browsing the internet when a voice came through her laptop claiming the device was infected. she called the number on the screen. >> then they took control of the computer. >> reporter: shutting the laptop off before the scammer stole her personal information. >> so we turn back to rebecca jarvis. how do you protect yourself? >> never grant access to someone who has contacted you. never pay them by wire or debit. hang up, and contact your service provider directly. >> rebecca, thanks twice tonight. when we come back, el chapo in court in new york city, complaining about his prison conditions. and the home explosion.
opioid-induced constipation. prescription opioids helped my chronic back pain, but backed me up big time. had to talk to my doctor. she said movantik may help me go more often. don't take movantik if you have or had a bowel blockage. serious side effects include opioid withdrawal, severe stomach pain, severe diarrhea, and stomach or intestinal tears. tell your doctor about side effects and medicines you take. movantik may interact with them causing side effects. have your movantik moment.
talk to your doctor about opioid-induced constipation. to the "index" of other news tonight. and a deadly home explosion in georgia. one man killed in the blast. the house completely destroyed. authorities investigating whether a gas leak may have been the cause. an suv crashed into a day care center outside san antonio, injuring six children. the driver also hurt when she pulled into a parking spot and tried to stop, instead hit the gas. one of the children in stable condition, the others treated for minor injuries. and mexican drug lord and and mexican drug lord el chapo complaining about his jail conditions. his attorneys saying the conditions are too restrictive, locked in his cell 23-hours a day, his wife not allowed to visit. el chapo of course escaping twice from prison in mexico. the judge denying the request for lighter security, saying, quote, "i think we all know the reasons for that."
and a surprise in hawaii tonight. a cliff above a massive lava flow collapsing into the sea there. a packed boat of tourists there to witness the moment. as huge pieces of the cliff splashed into the pacific. when we come back, what had us laughing already before the super bowl? and the one thing "made in america" that could be under your feet. any guesses? liberty mutual stood with me when i was too busy with the kids to get a repair estimate. liberty did what? yeah, with liberty mutual all i needed to do to get an estimate was snap a photo of the damage and voila! voila! (sigh) i wish my insurance company had that... wait! hold it... hold it boys... there's supposed to be three of you... where's your brother? where's your brother? hey, where's charlie? charlie?! you can leave worry behind when liberty stands with you. liberty stands with you™ liberty mutual insurance
i did... n't. hat? hey, come look what lisa made. wow. you grilled that chicken? yup! i did... n't. smartmade frozen meals. real ingredients, grilled and roasted. it's like you made it. and you did... n't. why pause a spontaneous moment? cialis for daily use treats ed and the urinary symptoms of bph. tell your doctor about your medicines, and ask if your heart is healthy enough for sex. do not take cialis if you take nitrates for chest pain, or adempas® for pulmonary hypertension, as this may cause an unsafe drop in blood pressure. do not drink alcohol in excess. to avoid long-term injury, get medical help right away for an erection lasting more than four hours. if you have a sudden decrease or loss of hearing or vision, or an allergic reaction, stop taking cialis and get medical help right away. ask your doctor about cialis.
we're not professional liathletes... ...but that doesn't mean we're giving up. i'm in this for me. for me. along with diet and exercise, farxiga helps lower blood sugar in adults with type 2 diabetes. lowering a1c by up to 1.2 points. do not take if allergic to farxiga. if you experience symptoms of a serious allergic reaction such as rash,... ...swelling, difficulty breathing or swallowing,... ...stop taking and seek medical help right away. do not take farxiga if you have severe kidney problems,... ...are on dialysis, or have bladder cancer. tell you doctor right away if you have blood or red color in your urine,... ...or pain while you urinate. farxiga can cause serious side effects including dehydration, genital yeast infections in women and men, serious urinary tract infections, low blood sugar, and kidney problems. stop taking farxiga and call your doctor right away... ...if you have signs of ketoacidosis... ...which is serious and may lead to death. i'm in this for my family. i'm in this for me. ask your doctor about farxiga... ...and learn how you can get it for free.
that has everything to do with the people in here. their training is developed by the same company who designed, engineered, and built the cars. they've got the parts, tools, and know-how to help keep your ford running strong. 35,000 specialists all across america. no one knows your ford better than ford. and ford service. right now, get the works! a synthetic blend oil change, tire rotation, brake inspection and more -- for $29.95 or less. finally, the patriots, the falcons, and the ads. one in familiar for an item "made in america," creating hundreds of new jobs. this sunday, you won't see
new england patriots' rob gronkowski on the field, but you will see him at the cleaners. >> does tuesday work? >> reporter: a little shirt repair. the ad for tide. >> intel 360 replay makes anything look epic. >> reporter: tom brady, ready for his wake up call. the new technology with the 360 replay. >> reporter: then, there's the new buick ad. enter cam newton. and melissa mccarthy in the new kia ad, first in the boat. ♪ >> reporter: but there was that superbowl ad that got our attention before. >> nobody builds factories in the u.s. anymore. you can't do that. >> reporter: the american company that spent millions to make a point. >> you want to hire workers here in the states? you can't do that. >> reporter: and they're hard at work. a new ad this year.
>> just how far does weather tech go to protect your vehicle? >> reporter: weather tech floor mats. their workers in the ad. that's haley bourg. and that's mike bishop. we went to the factory. bolingbrook, illinois, outside chicago. we checked back in with their founder, david macneil. >> we're certainly the underdog and the little guy when it comes to the big commercials, but i'm just proud to be there. >> reporter: so, this weekend, as america cheers on the patriots or the falcons, we cheer on that "made in america" team, too. >> "made in america"! whoo! >> thank you for watching here on a friday night. go, super bowl. can't pick sides on the news. see you monday.
♪ new year, time to get rid of stuff. simplify, declutter, unplug, purge, or even quit cold turkey. i raise turkeys without growth-promoting antibiotics, hormones, or steroids. if you're looking for little ways to simplify life, feeling good about what your family eats is a pretty simple place to start. my name is tammy plumlee, and i raise honest, simple turkey for shady brook farms.
this is "jeopardy!" here are today's contestants -- a library assistant from huntsville, alabama... a political science professor from oklahoma city, oklahoma... and our returning champion -- a microbiologist from berwyn, pennsylvania... whose 5-day cash winnings total... and now here is the host of "jeopardy!" -- alex trebek! [ cheers and applause ] thank you, johnny. thank you, ladies and gentlemen. i've been trying to figure out how to express how i feel about our current champion, lisa. in a very quiet and unspectacular manner,