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et scalpers to go see this guy. we often rag on this new generation, who always has to be tied to their phones. don't play outside, they're always on video games. know nothing about creative play. these fellows in norcross, georgia, they completely dispel that notion. >> i can play basketball like that. >> you're like michael jordan. >> i'm awesome in my mind. >> i heard that to play this game it requires balls. >> it does require basketballs, ollie. >> they say that because the game must go op.
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they call it the no-ball challenge. they are into it. check it out. >> playing defense, i stole it i stole the ball, i got it. >> it's good, it's good! >> you think that you guys are amused, so is the internet. because of their no-ball challenge has become a crazy viral new sensation. this is catching on, even overseas. >> wow. they're into it. and you can be as good or as bad as you want to be. he's flopping. >> and on the bright side, you're never going to break a window. >> i love it because for people like me who have no ball-handling skills, i'm great!
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only last 4 hours. but just one mucinex lasts 12 hours. let's end this. you don't often see wildfires in the dead of winter but the unusually warm weather has created critical fire conditions in parts of the southern plains. this one in oklahoma now contained. residents are being allowed back in their homes. police in central massachusetts may have a break in the case of a google executive found dead last summer. vanessa mar rot's body was later found in the woods about a half a mile away. investigators are looking for a person of interest based on a profile built from dna at the scene and witness accounts plaintiff to your health and possible proof the stress in your life could be making you fat. researchers in england looking into possible ties between long-term stress and obesity au found cortisol is linked to weight and waist size. more research needs to be done but in the meantime, we're all
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advised to look for better ways too mr. stress in our daily life. in video epitomizes how we are all rushing into the weekend and what happens to us. you know you, the stranger side of sports. >> speaking of being head over heels, look at this. whoa. >> yeah. >> whoa. >> so that happened this week. >> oh, my gosh. >> in a division ii women's softball game. so that's bailey browning's face planting then completing a dramatic forward roll. >> just. >> she was okay. she was almost there. she just got a little too short. >> i think she must have taken gymnastics, too. >> just watch this soccer penalty kick. oh, nice. our soccer research unit says that's 1-year-old gareth green everyone florida pulling that off. >> just amaze. multitalented. again, i think they allowed him
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to jump on a trampoline as a child. >> last minute ideas for your oscar party. >> america's chief entertaining officer will show us his red carpet spread. adrienne will do a complete beyonce type costume change. . yeah, that stuff only lasts a few hours. or, take mucinex. one pill fights congestion for 12 hours. no thank you very much, she's gonna stick with the short-term stuff. 12 hours? guess i won't be seeing you for a while. is that a bisque? i just lost my appetite. why take medicines that only last 4 hours, when just one mucinex lasts 12 hours? start the relief. ditch the misery. let's end this.
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♪ hooray for hollywood, that phony super corny hollywood ♪ >> we are counting down the minutes to hollywood's biggest night of the year but that also means time is running short for those of you planning huge oscar parties. joining us this morning with some show stopping ideas is our own tinseltown tim. america's ceo, chief entertainment officer or is it entertaining? >> entertaining officer. i like tinseltown tim. there's a new title. i love that. >> you can put that on your
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business card, tim laird. >> i always start out my table with a red tablecloth. it emulates the red carpet. the stars at our party are the guests, food and beverages. i start my guests out with a red carpettini, beautiful cocktail. shaker of ounce, finlandia tangerine flavored vodka goes in. to that three ounces of cranberry juice, boom, and then a splash of orange bitters. if you don't have the orange bitters, any bitters will do. i like the orange since i've got the tangerine finlandia. i rimmed the glass a little bit with red sugar you can buy in the baking section. >> you got to have bling. >> when you're talking oscars. >> i'm going to taste snin yours is an alcohol free version i used cranberry juice and tangerine juice. >> i like that. >> here's to the oscars. >> that's vet very good.
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that citrus can berry flavor is good together. >> nice, refreshing light and delicious. >> uh-huh. >> of course, here's another tip i like to do for an oscar party. i have my guests ahead of time put who they think will be the top six nominations and we open up the poll before they announce it on tv. so i took a survey of the abc "world news now" crew to see who they thought was best picture. so if you'd like to reveal the nfl adrienne and see what the staff has picked. >> our staff is very well informed. i have no doubt they are going to be correct. oh, and the winner is according to the abc "world news now" staff, lion." >> they said they don't think it's going to win but that was their favorite. but they still said that was it. we'll see what happens. >> if you don't think it's going to win, why did you put it? i bet you you give good door prizes. >> when you talk about movies, talk about popcorn and candy. >> i got mine right here. >> what i like to do is i set
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out little caramel corn, cheese corn and plain corn where you can actually build your own with a sort of toppings and seasonings. such as m & m's, dried cranberries, baconi bits which s wonderful. >> can bacon and chocolate go together. >> yes, it can. it's salty and sweet and delicious. i have white and dark chocolate chips. >> we're going to do dark chocolate. >> with the bacon, that's a perfect combination. i love that. >> we're missing one more ingredient and that's the butter. >> better bring on the butter. that's what i always say. >> my goodness. >> somebody's going to want to eat this. it may be me or somebody else. >> i smell the warm butter. i put it in a little croc pot to keep it hot during the night so it's wonderful. >> i'll save this for later. >> we're going to have a sweet ending. beak what i like to do is i end with a little bit of korbel natural. i like the natural because it has a hint of strawberry. that's going to be my dessert.
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i have strawberries which your guests can dip into cool whip or whipped cream mixed with a little bit of chambord black raspberry liquor in the whipped cream. >> like a zab by yoen. >> you get a little bit of the whipped cream, black raspberry that's good. what a sweet ending. >> you could also use greek yogurt for people more diet conscious. >> that substitutes great for whipped cream. >> or bine the yogurt and whipped cream. >> there it is, our oscar party ready to go. i'm going to have to cheers to the winner and everybody else. >> i'll get my alcohol free cocktail. >> cheers to the to nominations. >> cheers to everything. you can watch the 89th annual academy awards starting with our red carpet coverage at 7:00 p.m. eastern 4:00 p.m. pacific right here on abc. america's chief entertaining officer, tim laird, thanks so
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tampax pearl power over periods. all right. get your popcorn. lala la. "insomniac theater." two movies that received gleaming reviews from critics. >> yes, and this morning we'll start with every black man's nightmare who's ever been in an interracial relationship. this movie called "get out," described as a socially slasher flick. college student brings her boyfriend chris to meet her parents at their upstate new york house. but chris can't seem to relax around his rose's parents as their neighborhood has a sinister history of black men disappearing. >> so look, i go do my research. apparently the whole bunch of brothers there missing in this suburb. >> you're not scared it is, man.
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>> good to see another brother around here. >> chris was just telling me how he felt much more comfortable with my being here. >> sorry, man. >> get out. >> sort of like the alt ending for guess who's coming home for dinner. the critics are loving "get out." it scores a solid 100% certified fresh on rotten tomatoes. peter traverse, a jolt a minute. horror show laced with racial tension and stinging satirical witt. ralpher guzman says it strikes a perfect bal lanes between humor and horror. a must see. >> i'm concerned for our world that that is appealing. >> oh, i've lived that experience. >> up next to an oscar nominated stop mogz feature animation originally performed in french "my life as a zucchini," follows
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a young boy named zucchini placed in a foster home after the death of his home. he struggles to learn how to trust and love. >> i'm going to take you to a really nice place with other kids who have no mom or dad. this little man is e car. >> my name is zucchini. >> more like a potato with that head. >> look how high it is. >> give it back. >> oh, yeah? >> featuring the voices of amy is he dare ris, ellen page. my life as a zucchini is also scoring 100% on rotten tomatoes. stephanie describes it as so warm so alive we forget we're watching cartoon figures. peter traverse this is animation as an art form inspiring and indelible. >> you'll be watching "get out" with me. >> i'll be watching "my life as a zucchini." >> we'll be watching this little red carpet on hollywood boulevard outside the dolby
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this friday morning on "world news now," what a difference a year makes. >> yes, that's right. president trump is set to take the stage at the conservative political action conference. the event where last year, attendees were trying everything to stop his campaign dead in its tracks. this year, a much different story as the president's inner circle opens up on stage. and new developments overseas as officials investigating the parent assassination of kim jong-un's half-brother have figured out the deadly substance used in that airport attack. the u.n. classifying it as a weapon of mass destruction. the details ahead. survival story. the fbi investigating what could turn out to be a hate crime after a deadly shooting inside a packed sports bar. we'll hear from one man who was shot. >> and counting down to oscar. we are opening up our academy
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award vault looking back at some of the best moments ever from the oscars. >> yul brenner? that's one of my favorite men of all time. >> yes, it is friday, february 24th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." hannibal lecter's masque. >> it was and billy crystal in one of his opening sequences there. you forget how genius billy crystal was in his many years. that's going to be fun to look back. >> nothing more funny than cannibalism. >> yes, exactly. >> yeah. >> nothing gets the kids going like cannibalism. speaking of blood sports, politics is definitely that. and we're going to start with the president who is going to be headlining in just a matter of hours from now at the cpac conference of conservatives outside washington. >> the president has earned mixed reviews for his past appearances at cpac as candidate trump last year, he didn't even attend and finished third in the
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conference's presidential poll. >> and we should mention vice president pence took the stage just hours ago saying conservatives have a once in a lifetime chance tons influence the nation's future and he also promised a quickened to obamacare. >> america's obamacare nightmare is about to end. >> reporter: a forceful defense overnight of thedration's plans for new health care system. vice president mike pence telling the conservative activists at cpac that obamacare has been a failure promising something better. >> we'll have an orderly transition to a better health care system that finally puts the american people first. >> reporter: he also called president trump a modern day ronald reagan and noted their differences. >> i'm a small town guy. he's big city. i'm midwest. he's manhattan island. he's known for his bigger than life personality, his charm and
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charisma. and i'm like not. >> reporter: earlier the president's chief strategist steve bannon making rare public comments to the crowd. the former editor of breitbart news portrayed as the grim reaper by "saturday night live" may be the president's most controversial aide. he said the president won't back down from this battle with his opponents. >> if you think they're going to give you your country back without a fight, you are sadly mistaken. every day, every day, it is going to be a fight. >> reporter: appearing with chief of staff reince priebus, bannon says the trump we saw in the campaign is the trump we'll see as president. >> every day in the oval office, he tells reince and i, i committed this to the american people. i promised this when i ran and i'm going to deliver on there. >> reporter: they tried playing down those reports of tension between them. >> a very dear friend, a very dear friend and someone that i work with every second of the day and actually, i cherish his
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friendship. >> i can run a little hot on occasions. >> i'm sorry, i still see rosie o'donnell every time i see steve ban on on stage. speaking of bannon, he also helped president trump formulate his crackdown on immigration. the president called the deportations now under way a military operation. sean spicer quickly clarifying saying the president was using that phrase to mean with precision. and homeland security chief john kelley went further saying there will be no mass deportations and no use you have military force during immigration operations. but concerns about what's ahead are spilling into those town halls. >> i have students who have minorities ask me questions every day. i answer the questions. you are not --
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>> the woman saying they're not answering their questions. the other issue dominating the town halls is health care. republicans are under fire for their plan to repeal, replace obamacare but former house speaker john boehner says he laughed when he heard that adding it is "not going to happen." instead he predicts republicans will keep most of obamacare's existing framework and make relatively modest changes. >> we'll see who is correct in that decision. the trump administration also plans a crackdown on legalized marijuana. the white house spokesman sean spicer saying is the justice department will enforce the federal law against recreational use. as a candidate, president trump said he supported medicinal marijuana but spicer says there's a big difference between that and recreational use. such use is legal in eight states. malaysian police say a nerve agent was used to kill the half-brother of north korea's leader. swabs taken been kim jong nam's
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body reveal the presence of vx nerve agent. it's a banned chemical weapon which the u.n. classifies as a weapon of mass destruction. kim was assaulted by two women seen wiping the toxic chemical on his face the. investigators are trying to determine how the women were able to get their hands on the poison. one of the women did become ill after that attack. >> and to georgia where police have finally they believe solved a nearly 12-year-old cold case. arresting a man in the 2005 disappearance of a history teacher. tara grinstead was also a seasoned beauty pageant contestant disappearing in 2005 after watching a pageant and having dinner with friends. police charged ryan duke with her murder. it's news her family has been waiting a long time to hear. >> on behalf of billy and myself, the first thing that i want to do is to thank god for answered prayers. we always believed that it would be solved.
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we just did not note when. >> duke has not entered a plea as yet. he's a former student where grin stead taught. investigators say a recent tip led to the arrest. he's also charged with burglary and concealing a death. the vatican is helping two sets of struggling italians at once. farmers and the homeless. sent by the hope, the head of papal charities went on a shopping spree in centrality lit buying up local produce, fruits and vegetables. the food donated to soup kitchens in rome. farmers and merchants in the quake zone have been at risk of closing up shops since the earthquakes began last summer. new help for migraine sufferers. regular acupuncture may help reduce the frequency of the most common type of migraine. those who received about 20 acupuncture treatments a month had about one less headache than those who didn't have the
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treatments. more than 37 million people in the u.s. suffer frommy grains every year. >> another study says if you eat more fruits and veggies you'll live longer. ten portions of fruits and vegetables every day could reduce the risk of early death for nearly 8 million people worldwide. right now, held guidelines recommend five servings every day are needed to see at greatest benefits. get the vita mix out and make a whole lot of kale smooth is. that's a lot of stuff. ten servings. >> yeah, i'll pass. >> you don't want to live longer? >> who needs to be in their 70s. >> i'm going for 120. >> wow, nice. >> a lot of work to do. >> clearly. from the "world news now" social pages, plumpty and peer are now married. >> quack, quack, quack. >> and sayre fladed by a daffy version of here comes the bride.
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the bride and groom or should we say the hen and drake marched down the aisle. >> the two ducks were born -- i'm totally tripping up on this script. two years ago. these little ducklings were born in new hampshire in a kindergarten classroom. this year's students hatched the idea of the water fowl wedding. after the vowses, the pril offered her con quackulations. at reception the kids did the chicken dance because a duck dance doesn't exist. though i think it could be discovered after a duck wedding. >> no idea who foot the bill for the wedding though. coming up, oscar dreams coming true. >> yeah. >> plus, we're taking a trip back in time checking out some of the funniest and craziest moments in oscar history. >> but first we're hearing from the man being called a hero. his split second decision inside a deadly shooting inside a
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fallen here. they're allowed off leash. owners often aren't paying as much attention but that dog is happy to be back up. >> look how much of the effort was made to rescue that one dog. >> yeah, that is. good job, firefighters. here's a story that a lot of people are paying attention to. a 51-year-old man is facing murder and attempted murder charges after opening fire at a sports bar near kansas city into one man killed antoine others wounded. federal investigators are looking into wllg race might have played a part in the motive. pierre thomas with the latest. >> reporter: the fbi is at the scene of austin's bar and grill outside of kansas city, investigating what could turn out to be a vicious hate crime. just after 7:00 p.m., three men weren't shot. one fatally, in a barrage of gunfire. two of the victims were of indian descent. engineers at garmin, the major gps firm. according to local press reports, the alleged gunman reportedly yelled, get out of my country, just before shooting.
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>> our role in this investigation is to work jointly with local law enforcement to determine if an individual's civil rights were violated. be? adam purery tan, 51 has been charged with murder and is being held. on $2 million bond. he allegedly told a bartender he had been involved in a shooting and needed a place to hideout. police were called and he was arrested. >> one of the men who was wounded in that shooting was a good samaritan who tried to tackle the with the man he tried to save whom he now describes as his new best friend. >> i was planning on going to do some fishing this weekend but i don't think that's going to be happening right now. and get together with the gentleman that i've now become best friends with. don't think it's going to be at the bar though. maybe some grilling in the backyard with a beer or two. >> what a good sense of humor for something who went through a
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strajdy like that. >> you see the way he looks. he still has a great attitude about it. >> i have a feeling they're going to be friends for a long time. coming up, the fridayening moments on the runway. what caused this plane to slam in the pavement on the runway collapsing the landing gear and breaking one of its propellers. >> first we're counting down to oscar and the moment of brilliant acting that should win an oscar. yeah, really. don't go anywhere. don't let joit keep you down. come play with us! i'm coming. upgrade to move free ultra's triple action joint support for improved mobility, and flexibility. it also provides 20% better comfort than glucosamine chondroitin, all from one tiny mighty pill.... get in there with move free ultra, and enjoy living well. ♪living well
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>> lane, your host for the 89th academy awards, kendis gibson. >> thank you. thank you. thank you. thank you. thank you, thank you. thank you. it is so great to be here amongst you for the 89th academy awards. all these hollywood "a" listers or as i like to call you, democrats, especially when you're in the presence of the one and only meryl streep. meryl streep, everybody. give it up, everybody. meryl streep nominated for florence foster jenkins" but after that performance, i think we should change her name to meryl sleep. really, think about it. a little bit i've sleeper. i'm just -- i love you, yes, yes. >> thank you.
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thank you. thank you. thank you. thank you. >> thank you. >> kendis. >> thank you. >> kendis, are you sleeping? >> thank you. >> are you awake? >> thank you. thank you. >> are you all right? wait. >> wake up. >> thank you. >> we have the show. >> thank you. wait, wait. meryl streep. you're not meryl streep. >> no, even though we do look related. >> you're not even like halle berry. >> hey. >> sorry. so. >> no, i'm not. >> you're cuter than halle berry. this morning, it might have been a dream for me. but this morning we are opening up the abc academy awards vault. >> yes looking sbrak back on some of the oscar moments and better jokes that really did happen. >> meryl sleep. >> i know what you're thinking ellen, that's easy for you to say. you've been chosen to host and that's sort of the highest award there is. thank you, thank you. >> i've done the show a number of times and i can tell you
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looking into every one of these faces i know what you think. i have sort of a sixth sense over what they're thinking. and you know what? i'm still the coolest guy in the room. >> i'm sorry, i was late. i was just backstage trying to convince jennifer lopez the best way to remove double faced tape is with saliva. >> before we begin tonight, ladies and gentlemen, i would like to say for the record, that i am in favor of using more american indians and other minorities in motion pictures. >> for "winter's bone." >> you guys are just standing up because you feel bad that i fell. that's really embarrassing. >> my heart is full to bursting except to say i'm the king of the world! whoo! >> i would like at this time to
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present. >> we've already will a jimmy stewart impression. >> who did it? >> jimmy stewart. ♪ >> you know, before i got on the trapeze i asked them if they had taken safety precautions. they said yes, billy crystal. >> i'm having some of the academy over for dinner. care to join me? >> yes, anytime. >> anytime. >> everybody, i love you. i love you all. >> i think that's the only one i actually watched. >> what? >> well, i was too young for a lot of those. how old do you think i am? >> what about last year's. >> sammy davis junior? >> yes, of course, ellen. >> you weren't a grown adult for sammy davis junior, academy awards? meryl streep. meryl sleep.
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your friday mix. a lot of people go on those like whale sighting tours. >> i have in maui. >> very cool. so to try to see a whale. >> yeah, humpbacks. >> get close up to one. this scene though in baja, california. >> oh, my gosh. >> this woman actually got so close, not only able to touch but to get a kiss from this humpback whale. >> my gosh. >> off the coast. these whales are very familiar with the folks out there. and they are often coming close to the boats as you can see there. they got the ultimate. >> that's amazing. >> that is a once in a lifetime opportunity. i don't know that i would reach for a kiss though. i might pet him, just say hi and then wave. >> might be cute. >> kissing, no, good selfie. check this out. i've also done there pulled the gas line completely out of the gastation. >> whoa. >> yeah, a police officer actually it looks like a
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this morning on "world news now," conservatives setting the course. the trump administration taking a break from all those tough questions in d.c., facing a friendlier crowd at the annual cpac gathering in the suburbs, we're going to take you to the conference to see what he everyone's really trying to get their hands on ahead of the president's big speech. >> outrage in the streets overnight as the trump administration's rollback of transgender for students is met with anger and uncertainty. protests are demanding action including caitlyn jenner calling the situation a disaster. >> new this half hour, the explosive incident that's left a community outraged. >> the new video that shows what led to an off-duty police officer firing his weapon after an altercation with a group of teens. we hear from the young man involved. as we count down to the academy awards, the bets are on for this year's razzie awards. and the one razzie trophy still unclaimed after 26 years.
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we're going to tell you who the owner that have trophy is. i think you know him. that's later in "the skinny." it is friday, february 24th. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> all right. >> it's so award because we're talking oscars and then you see "batman versus superman" and for a second you thought how is that still in the same conversation? >> it's not. >> it ain't. >> we'll explain that a little bit later on in the show. we begin within fireworks at the premier conservative conference cpac going on right now outside of washington. >> the headline speaker is president trump. he skipped it last year and was actually mocked for it. he's going to get a hero's welcome after a rare appearance by his top aide steve bannon. just hours ago, the vice president there promising the nightmare that is obamacare is almost over. abc's arlette saenz is there. >> reporter: just outside the
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nation's capital, cpac is part conference, part spirit show. the annual event drawing in thousands of young conservatives and party activists ready to flaunt their republican credentials. >> for those looking for conservative swag, this may be your spot. you have elephant print dresses and skirts and even a make america great again book embo embossed in 22 karat gold. >> the main focus on the stage is the donald trump takeover. >> president trump won a historic victory all across the united states of america. >> reporter: it's quite a reversal from a year ago when candidate trump skipped cpac. now it's all about president trump. >> this will be tpac this year. >> reporter: five weeks after he took office, his top lieutenants fanned out to sell their boss's vision. >> the my friends, this is our time. this is the chance we've worked so hard for so long to see. this is the time to prove again
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that our answers are the right answers for america. >> reporter: trump's chief strategist steve bannon making a rare appearance promising the president is ready to battle with the media and hiscrit sicks. >> if you think they're going to give your country back without a fight, you are sadly mistaken. every day, every day it is going to be a fight and that is what i'm proudest about donald trump. all the opportunities he had to waiver off this all the people that came to him and said you've got to the moderate. every day in the oval office he tells reince and i, i promised this when i ran and i'm going to deliver on this. >> reporter: this is the warmup act for the big speech later on today when president trump takes the staining at cpac. he'll be the first sitting president to address the group since george w. bush in 2008. >> no doubt he will get a hero's welcome indeed. the president making it clear he wants the u.s. to be the world's dominant nuclear power. in a new interview, the president said he would like to
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see a world without nuclear arms but he said if there are going to be nukes, then the u.s. is going to be at the top of the pack. we should point out russia currently has more nuclear warheads than the u.s. but both countries have more than enough to destroy the world. the president raised eyebrows when he referred to the deportation of undocumented immigrants as a military operation. press secretary sean spicer later explains that the president was using that phrase to mean, precision. homeland security chief john kelley traveling in mexico took a tougher stance stating clearly there will be no mass deportations and no use of military force during immigration operations. >> kelly made those comments while in mexico city with secretary of state rex tillerson by his side. they were meeting with the mexican president and his cabinet trying to alleviate their concerns over new u.s. immigration policies, a task made tougher after the president's remarks. new protests against
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president trump's rollback of transgender protections in public schools. demonstrators outside new york's landmark stone wall inn chanted and held signs in support of transgender youth. the inn is considered the birthplace of the gay kivl rights movement. the roll back gives power back to states and school districts to decide the issue. >> i think it's not a question of whether it's a civil right, whether it's appropriately addressed. as i noted it's appropriately addressed at the state level. and long time republican and transgender activist caitlyn jenner is speaking out about the policy reversal asking president trump to give her a call. jenner tweeting to the president, "from one republican to another, this is a disaster." the former olympian had a message of support for transgender youth. >> new questions about ivanka trump's role at the white house. she had a seat at the table with manufacturing ceos at the white house. sources say she recently hosted
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republican members of congress to discuss a child care tax proposal and paid maternity leave. it was a big issue that she discussed on the campaign trail. such a policy meeting is considered unusual for the child of a president with no formal role in the administration. and we do have breaking news right now about a new police shooting, this one not far from capitol hill. detail taz still sketchy. but two d.c. police officers were shot and are now hospitalized. we're told their wounds are not life-threatening but a male suspect was shot and killed. the officers were responding to a report of shots fired. there were three other shooting incidents earlier in another part of the nation's capital. >> and we're also keeping an eye on the severe storm system in the midwest right now. take a look at the radar. that storm is intense from idaho to michigan. the snow and wind will pick up and develop into a blizzard later today. this is a storm system that wreaked havoc in northern california and has already claimed lives as it moves east. dangerous conditions on i-80 near salt lake city.
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wow, trucks getting out and catching fire. the driver did not survive. and a more than 200-mile section of the highway in wyoming was closed because the snow made travel a little bit to you dangerous. >> this morning, it will be a dangerous commute, as well for those in the upper plains with blizzard conditions for most of the region. by tonight, the area will have gotten 6 to 12 inches of snow. to the south centered around indiana, temperatures will be much warmer and the danger is from damaging winds and hail possibly, even tornadoes. >> to the west coast now, we're learning new details about the confrontation in anaheim, california, that led to the an off-duty police officer firing had is weapon. new video shows that explosive encounter between an lapd officer and a 13-year-old boy. the incident sparking outrage and protests. the officer claims the teen threatened to shoot him but he denies it. the fight escalates as others
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become involved and eventually the officer reaches for his gun. >> and i thought i was going to die right there. i thought he was going to shoot me. because he was like mad. >> anaheim officials are promising an impartial investigation. the officer remains on administrative leave. parents suing the lapd and anaheim police. but police say nobody was hurt. >> all right. let's talk about women's basketball now. we're going to switch gears right now. this was not necessarily one of the best moves at a women's basketball game. >> this happened last night in the rutgers/northwestern game. so body, one of those players, ashley deary with the ball steps down to untie or rather tie her untied sneaker. she stops dribbling the ball and leaves it in the middle of the court. >> it is not the best idea as rutgers players took advantage, stealing the ball. that's what you do scoring a basket. somehow northwestern recovered from the gaffe and held off rutgers for -- well, the game wasn't even close, it was 60-38
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the final score there. >> was that supposed to be some type of diversion tactic? >> maybe she realized we've got the game so wrapped up, it didn't matter. i'm just going to stop, do whatever i want. >> you know we all make mistakes. that was one. >> she actually had five points in last night's game. >> that's good. >> not bad. >> coming up in "the skinny," alex trebek shows how cool he really is. >> plus the new video that shows what it's like to be chased by a tiger. >> first the terrifying moments that played out on an airport runway. what caused a jet to clam slam into the pavement and collapse its own landing gear. you're watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" weather, brought to you by move free ultra. free ultra. don't let joint discomfort keep you down. come play with us! i'm coming. upgrade to move free ultra's triple action joint support for improved mobility, and flexibility.
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score this tigers, 1, drone, zero. zoo keepers at a tiger park in china deployed a drone because the cats are getting a little too fat. apparently they like drones like garfield likes lasagna. a tiger is chasing the drone and working off some of the fat. remember the whole garfield being a fat cat? that was my first thought when i thought fat tigers. >> there i thought tiger only chased victoria secret models. >> what? >> tiger woods. >> they caught the drone there at the end. >> yes. uh-huh. >> anyways. >> tiger woods. >> how do you -- oh, now i get it. there were flight difficulties of another kind for a plane coming in for a landing yds in amsterdam. you can see the difference between kendis and my mind-set right about now. >> now? the terrifying moments as the commuter plane slammed into the
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runway. here's abc's david kerley. >> reporter: with turbulence and gusty winds buffetting the british commuter plane, the pilot adjusts to the right, but slams the right gear into the runway. as it brakes, one of the propellers starts digging into the pavement. the plane's right side collapses. 59 passengers, 4 crew now holding on. >> mayday. mayday. >> roger, copy. >> reporter: by the time the plane skids to a stop, passengers are streaming out. >> mayday, mayday. evacuating on the runway. smoke in the cabin. >> the fire brigade is on its way. >> reporter: laura forsythe is one of those passengers experiencing the wild ride. >> i was terrified. it kind of, like, buzzed and something broke. you heard, like, a crunch. >> reporter: cross winds often complicate landings for all-size aircraft, which usually fly toward the wind until the last second. the airline says no one was injured and all the passengers continued their trip from the amsterdam airport after that scary landing.
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david kerley, abc news, reagan national airport. >> oh, man. you know people were screaming on that plane. >> luckily, they were fine. >> thank goodness. when we come back, the clock is ticking down to the biggest award show of the year. >> call it the anti-oscars. "the skinny" is next. year. >> call it the anticipate oscars. "the skinny" is next. easy booger man. take mucinex dm. it'll take care of your cough. fine! i'll text you in 4 hours when your cough returns. one pill lasts 12 hours, so... looks like i'm good all night! ah! david, please, listen. still not coughing. not fair you guys! waffles are my favorite! ah! some cough medicines only last 4 hours. but just one mucinex lasts 12 hours. start the relief. ditch the misery. let's end this.
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♪ skinny, so skinny so on this friday's "skinny," we are definitely counting down to what is the biggest award show of the year that is taking place this weekend -- the razzies. of course. >> well, second only to the oscars, right? the golden raspberry awards honoring the worst of hollywood and they're announced manana.
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>> abc live coverage throughout the morning to cover the razzies. this year there's a full slate of nominees. but the experts are going with this to win worst picture. "batman versus superman: the dawn of justice" is expected to sweep claiming six prizes including the worst picture trophy. >> that's kind of harsh. i didn't love it. i really didn't love it. >> neither did anybody else. >> i don't know if it was the worst. it's expected to claim the worst actor award with ben affleck. >> ben was pretty good as a bad actor. >> see, there was a lot of hate for him being batman. >> i'm not liking this hate though. the odds-on favorite for worst actress is tyler perry. my favorite movie of the year in the role of boo in "madea halloween" not to be confused with a "madea crist." >> or any of the madea movies. we didn't remember he did another madea.
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>> there are many movies. >> my thing is he was sos with television and oprah network. >> he can do no wrong. >> this lonely razzie is waiting to be claimed by its owner after 26 years. where were you in 1981? donald trump was acting in a movie, a cameo in "ghosts can't do it." he never claimed the prize and razzie founders john wilson tell the huffington post it's crumbling on theiral as they hope he will claim it any day now. so interesting there's a tie-in. unprecedented presidency. >> clearly they didn't see him acting in home alone 2, as well. all joking aside, don't forget to tune in sunday night for our complete wall-to-wall oscar coverage starting on the red carpet at p.m. eastern time, 4:00 p.m. pacific right here on abc followed by "world news now" by our own second annual world news nowscars second only to the oscars.
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>> right. well, next, the latest bombshell from beyonce when she announced her pregnancy, the beehive wondered if she would still headline at coachella. >> then they saw her baby bump and realized no way it's happening. now she's making it official. queen bey is forcing it to scramble to find another headliner to replace her. >> beyonce of course, having twins on doctor's orders has pushed back her appearance schedule to next year's festival. >> get this, it's causing an immediate dip in the price of coachella tickets down to average of about 870 bucks. still expensive for the weekend. speaking of singing, or rapping, "jeopardy!" host alex trebek may or may not have a future in rap. >> going viral now is a clip of trebek trying to recite verses to popular songs. check this one out. >> another one, wraith talk, wraith talk, here we go talking
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that safe talk, my swag different, my bag different, my wife beyonce, i brag different, special cloth talk major key. >> i got the keys, keys, keys. i love the end of it where alex goes, i have no idea what i just read. >> alex trebek can do no wrong in my mind. >> he did this as part of a business insider interview and they said, hey, can you just do the words of bad an bougie. >> he's the coolest thing ever. >> i love this house in miami. >> you have to live in this house. check this out. designer tommy hilfiger listed his 14,000 square foot golden beach, florida, home. it's $27.5 million. >> wow, the seven bedroom, 12 bathroom mansion with private beach takes color and depth to a whole new level according to our producer matt. >> who loves real estate. matt also says it's against a super white pallet with acres of
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gloss. >> it's 27 million. it's a steal.
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♪ >> okay. so from what's happening in sweden to what's apparently happening some 230 trillion miles away from home. >> here now is our weekly "friday rewind." >> you look at what's happening in germany. you look at what's happening last night in sweden. sweden. who would believe this. >> we must all take responsibility for using facts correctly. >> a consolidation of power when you look at history, the first thing that dictators do is shut down the press. >> we should not be inviting him to preach hatred and to spread his bigotry, his misogyny. >> anti-semitic threats targeting our jewish community and community centers are horrible. >> there's no place in america
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for hatred or acts of prejudice or violence or anti-semitism. >> i don't know what to do. i'm a mother. i'm not trying to get hurt. and i'm not trying to get arrested. and i'm not a criminal. ♪ rocket's red glare >> i just want to enlighten him on what my sister, i've seen her go through every single day. >> i hope that the nation as a whole moves towards love, moves toward equality and moves toward acceptance. >> you want to stand there with him. what kind of insurance do you have? >> people are clearly upset. but there is a bit of professional protester manufactured base in there. >> this is one of the crossings people have been using illegally. you can see the road here is closed. just on the other side, the royal canadian border patrol is waiting for anyone who might come this way. >> i don't believe any journalist writing a story or any editor pressing the accomplish button believes that i sincerely advocate for or support pedophilia.
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>> all of the water in the coyote creek watershed is dangerous. it's swift moving and it's carrying debris with it that haven't seen water in years and on top of that, it may be contaminated. >> it was a very difficult time and -- and we are a family. and we will always be a family. >> the discovery gives us a hint that finding a second earth is not just a mat of if, but when. >> oh. >> that was a very cool end to "friday rewind" because so many people rem excited about that discovery. >> absolutely. so many people are excited what's really happening in sweden this weekend. andrea bocelli is in concert in stockholm tomorrow. sean paul in april. plan now. that's really happening. >> sean paul? >> yes, sean paul. >> announcer: this is abc's "world news now." informing insomniacs for two decades. informing insomniacs for two decades.
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making news in america this morning, president trump preparing to take the center stage at cpac, a big change from a year ago after skipping the conference as a candidate. plus, the president explaining why he wants to boost the country's nuclear arsenal and town halls across the country getting heated yet again. police officers gunned down in washington, d.c. new details on their condition and the suspect. and a break in the case. the disappearance of a beauty queen has baffled investigators for more than a decade until now, the new evidence leading to an arrest. tigers on the hunt. what are they chasing?


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