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jazz. warriors caught a jazz team missing four starters and took a stranglehold on this game. in the first quarter, klay thompson with the spin-a-rama. steph curry, 14 of his 26 in the first quarter. fouled. floats it up and in. completing a 29-1 warriors run. yes, 29-1 they outscored them. scary moment late in the third. steph lands right on the left ankle of draymond green. draymond limped off but littate did return. joe ingles bringing utah back within five. 21 for ingles. who do you go to? give me a kevin durant with authority. 11 points for k.d. draymond, eight assists. finding the slim reaper inside. 106-99 the final. dubbs 20-3 now. at memphis on saturday. abc 7 sports brought to you by river rock casino. k.c. probably will lock up the division. that means you're
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all right. that's our report. we appreciate your time. i'm dan ashley. >> i'm ama daetz. >> on jimmy kimmen live, jennifer aniover," and it was good enough to win the guy first place worth the equivalent of $31,000.
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>> i feel like that's only a talent if you can do it from the other end. don't you think? anybody can manipulate their hands. >> oh -- i don't know. >> that's what i want to see. >> after some good texas chili, maybe anybody can do that. >> to sing a song? ♪ a merry merry christmas let's do it, jack. oh, man. >> goodness gracious. >> i'm sure mick jagger does it normally on any given day. speaking of, he's a father again at the age of 73. it's not as unusual as you think. we're checking out the long and growing list of male celebrities becoming dads as senior citizens. first, the fierce fire fight inside the devastated city at the center of syria's nearly 6-year-old civil war. what our cameras are capturing inside aleppo. >> find us on facebook at wnnfans.com and twitter @abcwnn. you're watching "world news now." @abcwnn. you're watching "world news now."
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this is video of the fiercest fighting in aleppo. fighting in street to street combat, launching rockets and mortars and artillery against the mill rare. >> but now return wrush ya reportedly says the military suspended their operations in eastern aleppo to allow citizens to leave. it's also saying it's reached an agreement with the u.s. to negotiate the safe withdrawal of rebel fighters. >> now, none of that has been confirmed. however, it does appear that
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russian-backed syrian forces are still there and they appear poised to seize total control of the city. abc's alex marquardt is there. >> reporter: the rebels holding out in aleppo, the desperate last stand. the government forces have regained most of the town, and aleppo. but as we see here, the fight for this city is very much taking place right in its heart. from the magnificent but battered citadel, the regime poured heavy fire on rebels' positions. rebels firing right back. the fight intensifying. we back off the front through the maze, valley ways, and across the square. we're trying to get out of here. now the rebels are launching mortars. this world heritage site, once a
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jewel of the country, now a ravaged battlefield. these tunnels have been knocked through the walls so we don't have to walk in the street and avoid snipers. and here, we find the last shopkeeper in the city, but the customers these days, soldiers, saying there's just five civilian families left in the city. a victory for the assad regime here would be the greatest in years.i greatest in yearr greatest in years. after their crippling siege and merciless bombardment, comes at an extraordinary cost. alex marquardt, abc news, aleppo. >> our thanks to alex marquardt. next, the shopping deals that are not deals at all. a new lawsuit accuses several major retailers of making you believe you're getting a better deal than you actually are. what you need to know before you head out with their gift list. but first, papa is apparently still a rolling stone. and mick jagger is apparently
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♪ papa's got a brand new bag >> papa's got more than a brand new bag. the big headline in the world of entertainment news, mick jagger a proud papa for the eighth time at the age of 73. >> what's in his drink? but with new fathers growing greater by the minute, is it really that unusual? i don't know. increasingly, the answer is, not really. here's abc's nick watt. ♪ start me up if you start me up i never stop ♪ >> reporter: start me up from 1981.
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the hit, today a dad for the eighth time. he's 73. 73. but here's the thing. >> it's not just a blip. it's not like a rarity like a super moon. when you go on google and you put in older dads, all these lists come up. >> reporter: fellow stone ronnie wood, aged 68, just had twins. steve martin, a slightly decrepit dad in "father of the bride 2" -- >> kid is going to love spending adolescence in a retirement home. >> reporter: real life, first time dad at age 67. on screen dirty grandpa -- >> you want to tag along for a bit? put babies in us. >> a daughter at age 68. >> reporter: donald trump, don't forget, a dad at 59. mick's baby mama, by the way, is melanie hamerick, a 29-year-old ballerina from new york city. >> maybe this is a good thing
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for an old man. >> if you're trying to convince me that this should happen, i just don't -- >> reporter: no, no, you're not buying it? >> reporter: harry met sally life lesson. >> charlie chaplain had babies when he was 73. >> yeah, but he was too old to pick them up. >> i feel like they get away with it because they have the cool factor going. they are in their own parallel universe that it's okay. >> reporter: jagger's eldest kid is now 46. he had four with jerry hall. two of them with grand kids, a great granddaughter, and a new baby, and he's still singing "let's spend the night together." ♪ let's spend the night together i need you more than ever ♪ maybe he's not done yet. papa was, after all, the roll ing stone. i'm nick watt, los angeles. >> so there may be more. >> i hope not. everything about that just sends images i don't want to think about.
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there's kate fixing the queen's hair, that would never happen, right? that is because this is a madam tu sew's wax model. >> of course it is. >> it's for a good cause. >> it's cute. >> the children's christmas jumper day. >> okay. that's great. >> saves kids lives. >> this is the best thing i've seen all day. this santa. work it, work it, get it, get it, get it, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. tip. ♪ ♪
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this morning on "world news now," deadly conditions across america's highways, a brutal winter storm blanketing the midwest and slamming the northwest as temperatures take a dive for millions overnight. the accuweather forecast just ahead. hillary clinton back in the nation's capital and speaking out, calling upon both parties to put a stop to fake news. hear why she's calling it an epidemic. and new this half hour, a holiday shopping consumer alert. >> yep. a new lawsuit accuses four of america's largest department stores of what it calls false reference pricing. those phoney original prices making you think you're getting a better deal than you really are. what you need to know before you hit the malls this weekend. papa is still a rolling
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stone, the rock legend and his wife welcomed a bouncing baby boy, what they said about the '60s icon becoming a dad for the eighth time at the age of 73. that's in "the skinny" on this friday, december 9th. >> from abc news, this is "world news now." good morning, i'm eva pilgrim. diane is off. >> i'm kendis gibson. the top story is the deadly winter weather now in the great lakes region. 75 vehicles may have been involved in a pileup on interstate 90 east of cleveland on the shore of lake erie. somehow, there were no fatalities. >> in central michigan, three killed in aup involving 40 vehicles on i-6. yesterday, new york got three feet of snow, more than all of last year. all the cold air moves east bringing the first freeze to major cities of the northeast.
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abc's phillip menna has the story. >> reporter: along the great lakes, the first major snowstorm of the year is reeking havoc for drivers. the mangled mess of up to 70 tractor trailers and cars on interstate 90 just west of erie, pennsylvania. >> watched the guy climb out of his seat. >> reporter: tony pardele right there, as first responders raced to pull victims from the wreckage. roads going from clear to whiteout in an instant bringing wreck along the great lakes from ohio to western new york where snowfall was over 2 inches an hour made it hard to even walk. >> this is a skating rink. just saw two more go in the ditch. >> reporter: on interstate 9 6 east of lansing, michigan, at least three people were killed in this 40-vehicle chain reaction crash that left some of the injured trapped in their cars. this storm's fueled by the arctic blast moving over the great lakes.
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>> look at it spin. >> guys, that's reaching. >> reporter: powerful enough to spawn a water spout over lake erie. that bitter cold air spreading south and east. and i am right by that michigan highway. part of the road has reopened, but still, officials are asking drivers to stay off of these icy roads. it is going to freeze again. phillip menna, abc news, washington county, michigan. >> that's not the only storm working its way across the united states. >> let's get the complete national forecast now from accuweather's justin povick. >> kendis, eva, good morning to you. another storm in the northwest and yesterday as well. the difference today is it's raining in seattle and portland, an icy mess yesterday. still some snow, though, over the interior. so regardless of rain or snow, we're still going to have those travel impacts. more snow and wind over the interior northeast, as well. primarily, just off the great lakes. 95 is in good shape. it's chilly as well. look at the cold, all the way down into central florida with showers and thunderstorms in toward miami.
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could have a few flight delays there. over the south central, there's a chilly start, high pressure in control, but eventually, we'll warm things back up. kendis, eva, back to you. >> thank you, justin. now to john glenn, an american original tributes being paid to the former astronaut and senator who passed away attage 95. glenn was a fighter pilot in world war ii and korea and then became one of nasa's original seven astronauts, becoming a hero in 1962 becoming the first american to orbit the earth. that mission coined the phrase, god speed, john glenn. he coined another phrase he'd use for the rest of his life. >> 0g, and i feel fine, capsule is turning around, and that view is tremendous. and i could see the booster during turn around just a couple yards behind me. it was beautiful. >> after leaving the space program, glenn entered politics serving as senator for ohio for 24 years. then at age 77, he returned to
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space as part of a space shuttle mission. another astronaut on that 1998 mission said flying with glenn was like playing basketball with michael jordan or doing astrophysics with albert einstein. funeral details are being arranged. glenn will be buried in arlington national cemetery. >> and as he set off on that last mission, they once again said, god speed john glenn. donald trump is expected to remain as executive producer of "celebrity apprentice" even after he takes office. the show kicks off next month after a two year hiatus. "celebrity apprentice" airs on nbc, but mgm holds a stake in the production, the company that created it. it's not clear how much trump will be paid. his spokeswoman said he'll reveal details next week during a news conference on his business interests. a farewell for harry reid, retiring after 30 years in the senate. politicians from both sides of the aisle paying tribute to the
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soft spoken nevada democrat. reid reflecting on pushing through the economic stimulus and the president's signature health care bill urging colleagues to preserve the institution. >> this room is filled with leaders. we all know what leadership entails. it's not easy. it's not glamorous. a lot of the time, leaders understand the highs and the lows. as i said this morning, it's joy and then, wow, what are we going to do now? >> hillary clinton, as you can see, was there to honor reid praising him as a fighter as she made her first visit to the capitol since losing the election. the capitol hill. clinton also turned her attention to the issue of fake news and made up stories that she, herself, has been a target of. >> the epidemic of malicious fake news and false propaganda that flooded social media over the past year, it's now clear that so-called fake news can
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have real world consequenceses. >> clinton said all americans should be concerned about the spread of false news stories and called on leaders in both parties and the private sector to step up to protect our democracy. a grim statistic about the opioid epidemic. for the first time ever, heroine and prescription drug overdoses killed more americans last year than gun violence. federal health officials say more than 50,000 americans succumbed to innoid use in 2015 abuse, an increase of 11% in just one year.. gun deaths were up last year, but not as high as fatal overdoses. a u.p.s. truckdriver dead after an unexplained shooting in a walmart parking lot in new york. he stopped at the 24-hour store before 1:00 a.m. to get something to eat. the suspect shot him, then ran over him before fleeing the scene. he was captured hours later after a standoff at his home. police say the two men did not even know each other and the
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motive at this point is still unclear. two years after sudden claims that it was adding extra charges to customers' bills, at&t is starting to pay refunds. the company will pay more than $88 million to customers who were hit with those charges. now, each customer can expect about $31. that money will either appear as a credit on commerce' bills or as a check in the mail. as we mentioned, there's been something of an uproar since the presidential election about the fake news on the internet. now we have something different on that whole fake thing. >> okay. since it's the holiday season, what about a fake toy? >> in this case, it's a fake bar, it's designed to look like a real product, the set made to look real with a complete bar. you have the stools and beer bottles. >> oh. plenty of reaction posted on fisher-price's facebook page as you can imagine. the company saying, quote, please know that this product is not endorsed, produced, or approved by fisher price.
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>> but the box clearly says 3 and up, so it's okay. >> if only that was the accurate age, right? >> oh, yes. start them young, i guess. not bad. coming up, the consumer alert that you need to know about before you head out to do your holiday shopping this week. the new lawsuit that accuses major retailers of false preference pricing, making you believe you're getting a better deal than you actually are. and the way is over for "bay watch" fans. we're getting a peek as the tv lifeguards making a big screen debut. that's in "the skinny." you're watching "world news now." >> "world news now" weather brought to you by united healthcare. you may think you can put off checking out your medicare options until you're sixty-five, but now is a good time to get the ball rolling.
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eve and even the word and even the word "raptor" means birds of prey. >> that doesn't look very scary. more like a six foot turkey. >> and scientists have now found a link between feathers and dinosaurs. a 99 million-year-old piece of dinosaur skeletal material discovered attached to a feather. canadian scientists say it's a first supporting the idea gaining support for 20 years, and, yes, it's believed at the time when some dinosaurs had feathers was the jurassic period bringing everything together with the movie. yes, they're still scary. >> it's all making sense now. >> yeah. consumer alert this morning involving your holiday shopping. a new lawsuit accuses major retailers of making you think you're getting a better deal than you actually are. >> come on, we all knew this, didn't we? >> we did know this.
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>> it's alleged to happen at some of america's biggest retailers and the most popular ones, as well. here's abc's rebecca jarvis. >> reporter: four of the largest department store chains in the country, macy's, jcpenney, sears and kohl's sued by the los angeles city attorney. >> today, i'm announcing we've filed four lawsuits against some of the nation's leading retailers. >> reporter: for allegedly using false reference pricing. that is, setting original prices of merchandise higher to make customers think they were getting better deals and bigger discounts. the allegations including, for example, a swim top advertised at jcpenney with an original price of $46 and a sale price of $31.99. supposedly, a 30% discount. according to the suit, the top was never on sale online for more than $31.99. urn california law, businesses cannot publicize higher original prices unless items have been on sale at those prices within three months of the advertisement.
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ra rebecca jarvis, abc news, new york. >> this is why you google. >> the googles tell you everything? >> the original prices. >> is that right? >> and order online. >> i didn't know that. okay. i just never thought it was a good a deal. >> yeah. when we come back, mick jagger a dad for the eight time at 73. what fans are saying. >> he says it's actually a markup on his age. he's actually only 43. that's what he told his girlfriend when they decided to have the kid. we'll have reaction from that and news from "the view." "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations. of reach for far too long:s have health insurance.that's been out how? they enrolled through covered california.
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♪ skinny so skinny ♪ time for the friday skinny starting with news from mick jagger. >> the '60s icon and rolling stone front man became a father for the an eighth time. he has eight kids with a fifth woman now. >> a lot of baby mamas. >> he's 73 years old. >> his girlfriend, you see her there, and they welcomed a baby boy, statement released on behalf of the couple says, mick was at the hospital here in new york for the baby's arrival and mother and son are doing just fine.
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>> the couple has no plans to marry or even live together, but he's reportedly agreed to $150,000 a year to raise the child. here in new york? >> doesn't that seem low, to both of us? >> interesting. >> see how jaded we are? sure that's not a month? that seems low. in the meantime, though, fan reaction has been lighting up the twitters. jen tweeted here, what we expected? mick jagger dead at 73. what we got, mick jagger, dad at 73. >> oh, goodness. people are honest. they can't keep the truth from coming out. >> no. >> another tweet with he's so rock and roll. i love you mick. >> huh. and then sam writes, in other news, viagra found a new spokesman. all right. >> but this user found the silver lining of it all, if jagger can be a dad at 73, then you can do anything you want. believe in your dreams.
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>> kids, your dreams can come true. >> a celebrity departure. >> the view host announced yesterday at the show because of her deepening west coast commitments to "fuller house" and other acting projects that she's leaving "the view." >> it wasn't an easy decision. but when i -- before i started "the view," i had my commitments to "fuller house" and my commitments with the hallmark channel and hallmark movie mysteries. because of the success of those, my commitments have become even greater with those shows. and the commute of going west coast to east coast every single week for me has been tough on me and hard for my family, as well. and i want to make sure that i am able to spend as much time with my children. >> actress raven symone said she
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would be leaving the show by the end of the year to develop the spin-off of "that's so raven." >> next, the wait over for fans of "bay watch" and i have to caution, look at the video, feel free to mute. it's best just -- >> silence it? what are you trying to say. the first trailer for the long awaited debut has been released. oiled up, are stars dwayne "the rock" johnson, zach efron, who i want to see running down the beach and kelly robach. it's just as raunchy as you might have expected. >> city counsel's cut our funding, and it's up to us to restore the brand. >> i'm matt brody. ready for duty. >> did you just look at my boobs. you should look at my face. >> i'm trying, but it's so close to your boobs. >> yeah. >> and that's the part that everybody was talking about, his abs. some critics saying the movie just like the tv show is best viewed when the volume down.
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"bay watch" watches up in theaters nationwide on may 26th. i feel like that's one a lot of people are going to see it in theaters. >> it's better when you're forced on a plane to watch it. >> and it's expensive to go to the movies. finally, if you're looking for a fresh outlook, it's apparently just around the corner. >> oh, yeah. the pantam color institute, the world's color authority, has announced next year's color of the year. >> it's called greenery. it's apparently just a hair more yellow than kelly green, i think is a color, and after 2016, the bright greenery should provide a much needed emotional lift for 2017. >> oh, wow. well, pantone notes the color's connection to nature, spring, rebirth and an overall regard for the environment. >> what? okay. maybe they were -- >> that's a lot of thought. i was trying to wear greenery, but i guess mine is more kelly
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green than their green. >> i think they were dealing with the different green when they came up with that concept. >> oh. >> greenery everywhere. >> yeah. even -- which means, you're controlling your cough on your morning commute. and later when you're joking with beth... even when most cough medicines stop, delsym is still working. ♪ and when your days' over, your cough is still under control. thanks to the #1 12-hour cough medicine. delsym. the cough controller. cough doesn't sound so good. take mucinex dm. i'll text you in 4 hours when your cough returns. one pill lasts 12 hours, so... looks like i'm good all night!
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some cough medicines only last 4 hours. but just one mucinex lasts 12 hours. let's end this. fire was a fire was a major theme dominating this week's headlines from the deadly wildfire in the smokey mountains to the devastation and tragic loss of life inside that artists warehouse in oakland, california. >> let's take a look back right now with our weekly friday rewind. >> this orange wall of fire. it was, i don't know, felt like seeing a monster. >> just call any of us, if you're around, something happened. we don't care. we just want to know if you're alive or not. >> i feel like it was preventable. like a blind eye was turned towards the warehouse facility. >> as far as preventable? absolutely. >> this is what greets you in
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aleppo, scene of devastation, plumes of thick smoke, and sounds of heavy fighting. small arms fire, loud booms, this is just a few hundred yards away. >> that child in a hot car in june in georgia in the summer to swelter and die. >> mr. gasser pulls his weapon from between his seat and the console and fires three shots at joe mcknight. >> louisiana law is if someone enters your vehicle or attempts to enter your vehicle, you have justification to shoot them. >> the court, therefore, must declare a mistrial in this case. >> it's not over. y'all hear me, it's not over. >> until my family can see justice, no, there's no forgiveness. >> hail victory. >> donald trump slingshoted our movement into fame. >> would i live in your state. >> no, you wouldn't, but you can have your own state.
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>> that's very gracious of you. >> i believe we're in the process of putting together one of the all-time great cabinets that has ever been assembled in our nation's history. >> the kinds of people president-elect trump chosen appear to have, in many cases, different priorities, styles, and starkly different bank accounts. >> a lengthy introduction with the president-elect. it was research for areas of common ground. >> we tweeted the best tweet wow, what a great smart tweet. >> great bit as rachel. >> sounds like all you're doing is, what, oh, what, me? oh, wow, no. what? what? wow. >> good to end the week on a little bit of humor. >> we need humor these days, don't you think? >> are you looking forward the to december 14th, which is national biscuits and gravy day. national beautiful ya base day. what's a beautiful ya base?
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good morning, i'm eva pilgrim in for diane macedo. good morning, i'm eva pilgrim in for diane macedo. >> i'm kendis gibson. here are some of the top headlines we're following this morning. donald trump back on the road today after a rally in iowa where he championed the american worker. the president-elect tapped fast food executive andrew puzder to be the labor secretary with more appointments coming soon. a full report coming up. the defense secretary in afghanistan on a surprise visit consulting with military commanders, meeting with the afghan president, and delivering a pep talk to u.s. troops. it's his last visit there before leaving office. a second police officer has died in georgia. jody smith was gunned down
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during a domestic violence call. his fellow officer was gunned down while responding, as well. the gunman was found dead of apparent suicide. two formally conjoined sisters are recovering from the marathon separation surgery. they were separated by a that'ser of 50 people in 17 hours of surgery. the girls are now in stable condition. these are the top stories on this friday, december 9th. from abc news, this is "world news now. >> good friday morning, everyone. we're going to start the half hour with the president-elect really making his rounds in his graty attitude tour. one battleground state at a time. >> after addressing supporters in a rally in iowa, donald trump is taking the thank you rally to michigan tonight, but first he's stopping in louisiana to campaign for a gop senate candidate facing a runoff election. and trump is making more appointments as he tries to round out his cabinet. abc's lanna zach has the latest.
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>> reporter: the president-elect continues his thank you tour traveling to iowa and appearing with his ambassador to china, governor terry brandstad. >> with terry on our side, i know we will succeed. >> reporter: before that, in ohio, he met with the heroic first responders at ohio state university. >> these were really brave people. >> reporter: president-elect donald trump has picked his next secretary of labor, andy puzder, ce of of restaurants including carl's jr. and hardees. an opponent of raising minimum wage. others meeting with the senator in advance of the confirmation hearing. >> here to listen to their concerns, learn from them, and address their concerns. >> reporter: one nominee difficult with confirmation, the pick for the epa, scott prewitt, a critic of the agency. >> he could do immense damage to the air our children breathe and the water they drink.
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>> reporter: and there was another visitor to the senate, hillary clinton, who joined harry reid for a retirement celebration, her first visit back to the capital city following her electoral defeat. >> this is not exactly the speech at the capital i hoped to be giving after the election. >> reporter: as president-elect trump prepares to take office, the stock market has been rejoicing. analysts believe the steady increase has been fueled by promises of corporate tax cuts and deregulations. eva, kendis? >> thanks, lana. donald trump is expected to stay on as executive producer of "celebrity apprentice" after he's sworn in. a new season of the reality show with a new host, arnold schwarzenegger, starts next month after a two-year hiatus. "celebrity apprentice" airs on nbc, but mgm holds a stake in the company that created it. it's not clear how much trump would be paid. his spokeswoman said they'll reveal details next week in a
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conference on his business interests. we're going to move on now and to the passing of former astronaut and senator john glenn. president obama says he inspired generations of scientists, engineers and astronauts. >> glenn was the first american to orbit the earth in 1962. 12 years later, he was elected to the senate where he served for 24 years. glenn holds the record as the oldest person ever in space after his 1998 space shuttle mission. >> glenn died yesterday at the age of 95. the flag at the u.s. capitol flying at half-staff in his honor. funeral arrangements are being finalized. glenn will be buried at arlington national cemetery. now to the storm barreling through the great lakes region now. ohio authorities hope to have interstate 90 east of cleveland completely reopened for this morning's rush hour. several crashes involving dozens of vehicles closed the highway yesterday afternoon on the lake erie shore. three people were killed in a pileup on i-96 near central
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michigan lansing. the road reopened. another storm brought significant snowfall to the seattle area, although it arrived after the evening commute was over. the pacific northwest is not done with the winter weather yet. >> it's been quite an express over there. let's get the details now from accuweather's justin povick. good morning, justin. >> kendis, eva, thanks and good morning to you. the northwest is off to a busy start. we're not talking about ice and snow towarder the i-5 consider door like yesterday. including seattle and portland, but rain nonetheless for tricky travel. snow continues over the interior. heavy at times over the higher terrain. also looking at cold conditions in the northeast. this is how it's going to feel, and look at these numbers here. we're talking about real feels into the teens and also the single digits. and a heavy had snow, as well, off of lake erie and lake ontario. the potential here along i-90 for over a foot before it's all said and done. we're also talking about big time cold in the southeast all
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the way down into florida. kendis, eva, back to you. >> all right, thank you, justin. turning overseas to some mixed messages this morning about the ongoing battle for the city of aleppo, syria. residents and rebels say the fighting in that city has not let up, despite the claims that government syrian forces suspended operations last night. a break in the fighting was intended to allow thousands of residents to leave the city. the pentagon is touting the effectiveness of the u.s. fight against isis. defense officials say the american air campaign and u.s. assistance to forces battling the terror group has led to the deaths of 50,000 isis fighters. a spokesman called that a conservative estimate. the u.s. effort against isis began in 2014. back in this country, we are learning new details from the death penalty trial of self-proclaimed white supremist dylann roof, including the fact that his mother suffered a heart attack in the courtroom during opening arguments.
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on day two of that trial, jurors saw a screen grab from a snap chat video showing roof moments before the deadly attack. roof has admitted shooting and killing nine black people in a charleston, south carolina, church basement. this after they invited him into their bible study. roof's lawyers say they're hoping for life in prison instead of the death penalty. the reno, nevada, teenager who was caught on camera swinging a knife at his school terrifying his classmates is in critical condition this morning. a campus officer shot the boy and school officials say he averted what could have been a much more dangerous situation. but others, including the boy's lawyer, are critical saying the officer did have other options. >> this should have been a situation that was obviously subject to control by non-lethal means. you had a very mentally unhinged student attempting to keep people away from him by swinging knives in the air.
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>> that lawyer went on to say the boy could lose a lung and suffer brain damage. no charges have been filed so far and school officials are asking the public not to jump to any conclusions until the investigation is completed. the person crammed into the airplane seat next to you may soon be able to spend the flight talking into a smartphone. how obnoxious would that be? federal regulators are considering allowing passengers to place calls during flights using wi-fi. however, the transportation department says there would be two important restrictions. it would be up to the airlines whether to provide the service and the airlines would have to inform passengers in advance if the flight allows calls. >> but i love the photos that they feature there. you have all the smiling, happy people on the flight, and using their phones -- >> rarely that way. >> that's not the case at all. man. let's hope we never get to that point. so we've done plenty of epic fail stories here on this show.
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this, though, might be the worst, which might mean it's the best. >> this happened in a jail in brazil. that's an inmate right there who was trying to escape and obviously that hole is not quite big enough for him to fit through. he got kind of caught. >> he's tiny, though. so the guy had prepared for it, too, putting sun flower oil on himself in hopes he could slide through. that didn't happen. the guards helped him back into his cell. oh, man. >> yeah, but they say he was crying and really making a good argument. >> for why he needs -- >> he was not being coy about trying to get out of of jail. >> where do you find sunflower oil to just take a bath in in jail and just try to -- >> to sneak through a little hatch. >> yeah. no, no. coming up, is glenn beck dialing back rhetoric? he was one of donald trump's staunchest opponents in the campaign. so why is he now saying give the
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guy a chance? and the new twist in the mystery surrounding the disappearance of that california mother of two, also disappearing while jogging, her friend nearly 20 years ago. you're watching "world news now." "world news now" weather brought to you by laser spine institute.
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vanished jogging. it was nearly 20 years ago. here's abc's matt gutman. >> reporter: as investigators continue to scour northern california for those who abducted sherry papini, they are haunted by another young woman's disappear. 16-year-old tara smith vanished in 1998. >> i hope it's not another case of a complete disappearance? >> absolutely it was. it was on the the investigators' minds. in fact, there's a resemblance of tara smith and ms. papini, making it a little bit more eerie. >> this is the two of them side by side, both out jogging when they vanished. both went to the same high school at the same time in the 1990s. sheri auditioned for the same role as tara's sister in this fifth grade play and both cases captivated the city of redding, california. but there are glaring differences. >> she and keith have been reunited. >> sherri was released weeks after her abduction.
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>> i ran past everybody, and, you know, threw open the curtain, and she was there. in a bed. and her poor face -- and i just hugged her. i just held her. i felt like i hugged her for 20 minutes. >> reporter: but unlike keith papini, terry smith and his family never got that thanksgiving day miracle. >> brought back a lot of the memory of those initial days. >> reporter: and also unlike the papinis, smith believes he knows what happened to his daughter. >> we've known since the very first night. >> reporter: while no one was named as a suspect in tara's disappearance, terry smith long suspected a local man. keith sought out his advice as he grappled with the disappearance. >> he wanted to know just how they got by day-to-day, and then also dealing with law enforcement. >> matt gutman, abc news, los angeles. >> mystery deepens with that story.
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you think you heard everything about it, but the resemblance, that connection, just really haunting. >> so many questions. >> yeah. coming up, call him a kinder, gentler glenn beck. do those words all go together? >> i don't know. seems contradictory. why the hard-hitting conservative talk show host is now pulling back on his criticism of donald trump. you're watching "world news now." "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations. [female narrator] foods rich in folic acid like white bread and leafy greens can help prevent some birth defects before you even know you're pregnant. of reach for far too long:s have health insurance.that's been out
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♪ he is a giant in the world of conservative talk, and over the years, glen beck has employed inflammatory rhetoric to get his point across. >> to say the least. now the conservative fire brand, once donald trump's toughest critics, is singing a different tu tune, you might say. we're "up all nightline" with byron pits. >> reporter: he opposed trump in the campaign, but today, despite the bashes he once threw, he's cautiously turning the page. now that he's soon to be leader
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of the free world, you say what? >> the same thing i said at the beginning of barack obama before he made nid decisions. i want him to be successful. >> reporter: as for the president-elect's white house strategist, that's another matter. >> steve bannon. >> yeah. >> like your whole constitution just dropped just by saying his name. the left and the right have their own demons, if you will, that should be exorcised. >> define the alt-right for me. >> it's a movement that i think most conservatives didn't even know. i mean, you think of the ku klux klan. they are no longer racist, but identists. that doesn't sound as bad as a racist. it's just as bad and poisonous. >> so glenn beck, the man that's been called a big wrote the, a smug know it all, now you want to be a healer?
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>> no. you're making this too grand. you're saying you want to -- no. no, no, no. i am going to do it in my own life, and i am going to do it any my own business. i'm inviting you to make the commitment to do the same thing, to be able to know that when you're talking, the televisions are all on in the white house, that's intoxicating, okay? fame is the most corrosive thing to sa soul you could possibly introduce. it's awful. >> more than alcohol? >> yeah. >> more than drugs? >> yes. >> because you know those well. >> i know them very well. >> reporter: vices that he says were all around him growing up, a tough childhood that beck says in many ways shaped his personality. >> i don't like conflict, believe it or not. >> reporter: say what? >> i know, i know. >> reporter: you made your living on conflict. >> no, i didn't. no, haven't. i've made about four years of my life out of conflict. but -- and i don't want to be that guy. i grew up in an alcoholic family.
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lots of problems. >> reporter: you thought about suicide, didn't you? >> yeah. >> reporter: how close did you come? >> oh, this is back in the late '80s. pretty darn close. >> reporter: his demons behind, beck admits bitter divided america was fueled by himself, a divide he now hopes to bridge. >> i'm trying to spend my time trying to talk to people like you, trying to talk to people in the media that say, please, don't make the mistakes i made. >> reporter: at 52, glenn beck remains a complicated man, fiercely loyal, still xwantive, but evolved. if he can defeat his own demons, he hopes the same for the country. >> i don't think i would have guessed 15 years ago that i would be surround by my family. >> interesting. it's really interesting because even though he's preaching this message of, you know -- >> unity -- >> and trying -- >> yeah.
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he was a writer. i didn't have faith in him. i panicked. i did something horrible to him. something unforgivable. >> really? you left him? >> i left him. i left him. in a brutal way. >> did you love him? >> i did something -- >> seems like she's haunted in that. the critics are being anything but brutal giving "nocturnal animals" a 72% certified fresh on rotten tomatoes. kermore calls it the stylish psycho drama a skillful synthesis of the mood of hitchcock. it's called a skillful skewed reality of lynch and attention to detail. devastating movie about sin and retribution as searing as a thunder bolt and poisonous as the strike of a snake. >> the poster is good.
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>> jennifer an any son starring as an uptight ceo trying to shut down a branch of the company managed by her hard partying brother including, of course, canceling the office christmas party. >> no, it's not going to suck because it's canceled. >> what? >> all branch christmas parties are canceled. all right. >> it's canceled. >> clay. >> i mean it. >> me, too, carol. guys, the holiday mixer's canceled. >> hey, idiot, i'm looking right at you. i saw that. you whispered to the party cheese lady. >> oh, so as you can imagine, he throws an epic party anyway that quickly gets way out of hand, but it's not impressing critics giving "office christmas party" only a 44% splat on rotten tomatoes. scotty says there are too many plot lines and not enough be botchry. lauren chval says the l
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this morning on "world news now," remembering a space age pioneer. >> john glenn, the first heroic american to orbit the earth has died. the pilot who had all the right stuff taking humanity to new heights. we'll have the tributes honoring the true american original. and what we're learning this morning about the fierce fight taking place right now in aleppo. what our cameras are capturing inside those fire fights. frightening moments on camera, a school bus barrels into an entire row of cars lining the side of a street. the students on board bracing for impact. ♪ ♪ >> that's kind of awesome, actually. finland's got flatulence, making
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noise with his hands that sounds like it's coming from other places. it's friday, december 9th. you're welcome, america. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> truth be told, we couldn't think of a better way to welcome eva to the set than the finland has flatulence. it's been in the can since 2015. >> i don't know what that says about me. >> happy friday. >> happy friday. happy december. >> nice to meet you. >> nice to meet you. >> you've been at abc for almost a year and i had not met you before in person. >> i was stalking you. >> kept liking all my photos. >> easy to like. >> awkward sometimes because i like it. great having you here. we start on a sad note, but also
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a bit of a tribute. >> yeah, absolutely. let's start with the glowing tributes paid to former astronaut and senator john glenn. >> so much praise coming in for america's first man in space. president obama said john always had the right stuff inspiring generations of scientists, engineers, and astronauts who will take us to mars and beyond, not just a visit, but to stay. this from the president-elect tweeting he was a hero and inspired generations of future explorers. >> the first female commander of the u.s. space station peggy whitson saying it was a tremendous loss for our country. neil degrasse taylor saying there are not many heros left. >> no, there are not. this is the scene at the u.s. capitol. he was a senator from ohio for a quarter century. the american flag standing there at half-staff in glenn's honor. here now with the details on what really was a truly
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remarkable life, here's abc's david wright. >> ten, nine -- >> reporter: he was a pioneer and a patriot launched into history with this iconic sendoff from mission control. >> god speed, john glenn. >> reporter: later, john glenn confessed he actually didn't hear that phrase as friendship 7 lifted off. >> 0 g, and i feel fine. capsule is turning around. oh, that view is tremendous. >> reporter: at the height of the space race, john glenn was the first american to orbit the earth. >> this is friendship 7 reading you loud and clear. >> reporter: glenn was easily the most famous of those seven original astronauts. that's him, second in from the right. a decorated marine corps pilot in two wars, his wingman in korea was ted williams. the world held its breath for his mission when he splashed
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down safely after three orbits, he was an american hero. >> welcome to washington, welcome back to this planet. >> reporter: colonel glenn later quit the space program for a career in politics. in the u.s. senate, he distinguished himself on nuclear arms control issues in particular. he was still a sitting senator when, at age 77, he returned to space aboard the space shuttle discovery. >> liftoff with a crew of six astronaut heros and one american legend. >> reporter: the mission, to study weightlessness on the elderly. john glenn, now the oldest astronaut ever to orbit. that mission inspired seniors around the world. >> one thing i promised annie the day we were married, in addition to our wedding vows, of course, is that i would do everything i could to keep life from being boringing. >> reporter: boring, his life was not, and in his later years, he joked that science has yet to come up with a cure for the
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common birthday. he had 95 of them. god speed. david wright, abc news, new york. >> our thanks to david wright there. president-elect donald trump, in the meantime, is looking to add another wealthy businessman to his cabinet. trump nominated andy puzder to lead the labor department. puzder is the ceo of a company that owns the fast food chains carl's jr. and hardees. he's a vocal opponent of raising the minimum wage. trump said he's protects businesses from what he calls unnecessary regulations. the president-elect made another stop on the victory tour last night thanking supporters this time in iowa, who helped him win the white house. he praised the american worker for building the country and said it's time they have a government that answers to them. trump promised to heal a divided nation, but took no blame for
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dividing it. >> we are going to be together. we're going to be a strong, strong together nation. you know, i was lucky enough to receive the "time" person of the year, and they talked about head's up a divided nation on the cover. they give me this, and then this stuff. a divided nation. i said, i have not been president. what are you saying that for? you know what, we're going to bring the nation together. >> before headinging to des moines, trump paid a visit to the victims of last week's attack at ohio state university. he met with 150 first responders including the police officer who shot and killed the student accused of driving into pedestrians before stabbing them, injuring 11. the second officer shot in a domestic violence call in georgia has died. officer jodi smith was critically injured in that shooting and underwent surgery, but he did not survive. smith and nicholas smarr, who died the at the scene, were lifelong friends. the two responding to the domestic dispute complaint when a gunman opened fire, taking off, triggering an all-out manhunt. that search ended when they found the suspect inside a home where he was hiding. police say he took his own life. new insight into why the trial of a former south carolina police officer accused of shooting an unarmed black man ended with a hung jury.
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jury foreman, dorsey montgomery, the only african-american on the panel, said one of the jurors would not budge on acquitting michael slager. they said it was passionate, emotional, and heated, and said the final vote was 10-2 on conviction. well, a neighboring south carolina is expected to be another grueling day in the courtroom for the death penalty trial of dylann roof, confessing to gunning down nine people in the racially motivated attack. we're learning during opening statements, roof's mother suffered a heart attack in the courtroom. on day two, the jury saw disturbing images from the crime scene so graphic we're not able to show it on tv. abc's steve osunsami covering this trial. >> reporter: jurors got to see what parishioners now say was the evil quietly sitting at their bible study. this screen grab from a snap chat video shows dylann roof to the right, moments before police
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say he killed nearly everyone in this room. in court, graphic images from the basement of this historic black church, too disturbing to show here, but looked like this with pools of blood. underneath the tables were dead bodies of parishioners who hid from the gunfire. police put down yellow markers. reverend pinkney was number one. he left behind these beautiful girls. >> i think i ought to give it my absolute best to try to make a difference for the lives for the people i represent. >> reporter: prosecutors say the accused killer hoped to start a race war. roof's lawyers are expecting to loose and hoping to argue against the death penalty, but the pictures seen in court may not help their case. steve osunsami, abc news, charleston. to michigan now and the westbound lanes of interstate 96 in the central part of the state opened once again after a deadly pileup east of lansing. three people were killed and 11
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injured in the accident that involved about 40 vehicles in whiteout continues. meanwhile, officials are trying to reopen interstate 90 east of cleveland after another large pileup. you can see these images. it involved dozens of vehicles. that accident began when a tractor trailer jackknifed in heavy snow. highways closed still in both directions. and this frightening accident in st. paul doesn't appear weather related. the driver says his school bus malfunctioned while turning the corner. ten students were on board and the bus smashed into seven parked cars on the street. nobody was injured. the parked cars not so lucky. the vehicle was just inspected and no defects were found. the long-time driver has been suspended while the company investigates all that. surgeon general sounded an alarm about e-cigarettes and youths that vaping is not harmless and too many teens are doing it. they turn liquid nicotine into inhaleble vapor and says more research is needed into the
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health effects. ecigs are now the tobacco product most commonly used by young people. all right. we're going to switch to a serious note now. a talent show by definition really only as good as the talent on display, of course. so let's just say this guy that you're about to see again has a unique talent. ♪ >> that's the winner, yes, the winner of finland's version of "america's got talent." >> his talent, obviously, is what's referred to as hand farting. if you couldn't tell, the song he was playing was "happy christmas, the war is over," and it was good enough to win the guy first place worth the equivalent of $31,000. >> i feel like that's only a talent if you can do it from the other end. don't you think? anybody can manipulate their hands.
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>> oh -- i don't know. >> that's what i want to see. >> after some good texas chili, maybe anybody can do that. >> to sing a song? ♪ a merry merry christmas let's do it, jack. oh, man. >> goodness gracious. >> i'm sure mick jagger does it normally on any given day. speaking of, he's a father again at the age of 73. it's not as unusual as you think. we're checking out the long and growing list of male celebrities becoming dads as senior citizens. first, the fierce fire fight inside the devastated city at the center of syria's nearly 6-year-old civil war. what our cameras are capturing inside aleppo. >> find us on facebook at wnnfans.com and twitter @abcwnn. you're watching "world news now." @abcwnn. you're watching "world news now."
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this is video of the fiercest fighting in aleppo. fighting in street to street combat, launching rockets and mortars and artillery against the syrian military. >> but now russia reportedly says the military suspended their operations in eastern aleppo to allow citizens to leave. it's also saying it's reached an agreement with the u.s. to negotiate the safe withdrawal of rebel fighters. >> now, none of that has been confirmed. however, it does appear that russian-backed syrian forces are
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still there and they appear poised to seize total control of the city. abc's alex marquardt is there. >> reporter: the rebels holding out in aleppo, the desperate last stand. the government forces have regained most of the town, and aleppo. but as we see here, the fight for this city is very much taking place right in its heart. from the magnificent but battered citadel, the regime poured heavy fire on rebels' positions. rebels firing right back. the fight intensifying. we back off the front through the maze, valley ways, and across the square. we're trying to get out of here. now the rebels are launching mortars. this world heritage site, once a jewel of the country, now a
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ravaged battlefield. these tunnels have been knocked through the walls so we don't have to walk in the street and avoid snipers. and here, we find the last shopkeeper in the city, but the customers these days, soldiers, saying there's just five civilian families left in the city. a victory for the assad regime here would be their greatest in years. after their crippling siege and merciless bombardment, comes at an extraordinary cost. alex marquardt, abc news, aleppo. >> our thanks to alex marquardt. next, the shopping deals that are not deals at all. a new lawsuit accuses several major retailers of making you believe you're getting a better deal than you actually are. what you need to know before you head out with their gift list. but first, papa is apparently still a rolling stone. and mick jagger is apparently
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not the only one keeping the stork busy in his old age. you're watching "world news now." "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations.
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♪ papa's got a brand new bag >> papa's got more than a brand new bag. the big headline in the world of entertainment news, mick jagger a proud papa for the eighth time at the age of 73. >> what's in his drink? but with new fathers growing greater by the minute, is it really that unusual? i don't know. increasingly, the answer is, not really. here's abc's nick watt. ♪ start me up if you start me up i never stop ♪ >> reporter: start me up from 1981. the hit, today a dad for the eighth time. he's 73.
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73. but here's the thing. >> it's not just a blip. it's not like a rarity like a super moon. when you go on google and you put in older dads, all these lists come up. >> reporter: fellow stone ronnie wood, aged 68, just had twins. steve martin, a slightly decrepit dad in "father of the bride 2" -- >> kid is going to love spending adolescence in a retirement home. >> reporter: real life, first time dad at age 67. on screen dirty grandpa -- >> you want to tag along for a bit? put babies in us. >> a daughter at age 68. >> reporter: donald trump, don't forget, a dad at 59. mick's baby mama, by the way, is melanie hamerick, a 29-year-old ballerina from new york city. >> maybe this is a good thing for an old man. >> if you're trying to convince me that this should happen, i just don't --
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>> reporter: no, no, you're not buying it? >> reporter: harry met sally life lesson. >> charlie chaplain had babies when he was 73. >> yeah, but he was too old to pick them up. >> i feel like they get away with it because they have the cool factor going. they are in their own parallel universe that it's okay. >> reporter: jagger's eldest kid is now 46. he had four with jerry hall. two of them with grand kids, a great granddaughter, and a new baby, and he's still singing "let's spend the night together." ♪ let's spend the night together i need you more than ever ♪ maybe he's not done yet. papa was, after all, the roll ing stone. i'm nick watt, los angeles. >> so there may be more. >> i hope not. everything about that just sends images i don't want to think about. >> oh, a nice bouncing baby? >> no.
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right? that is because this is a madam tussaud's wax model. >> of course it is. >> it's for a good cause. >> it's cute. >> the children's christmas jumper day. >> okay. that's great. >> saves kids lives. >> this is the best thing i've seen all day. this santa. work it, work it, get it, get it, get it, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. tip. ♪ ♪ ♪
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this morning on "world news now," deadly conditions across america's highways, a brutal winter storm blanketing the midwest and slamming the northwest as temperatures take a dive for millions overnight. the accuweather forecast just ahead. hillary clinton back in the nation's capital and speaking out, calling upon both parties to put a stop to fake news. hear why she's calling it an epidemic. and new this half hour, a holiday shopping consumer alert. >> yep. a new lawsuit accuses four of america's largest department stores of what it calls false reference pricing. those phoney original prices making you think you're getting a better deal than you really are. what you need to know before you hit the malls this weekend. papa is still a rolling stone, the rock legend and his wife welcomed a bouncing baby
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boy, what they said about the '60s icon becoming a dad for the eighth time at the age of 73. that's in "the skinny" on this friday, december 9th. >> from abc news, this is "world news now." good morning, i'm eva pilgrim. diane is off. >> i'm kendis gibson. the top story is the deadly winter weather now in the great lakes region. 75 vehicles may have been involved in a pileup on interstate 90 east of cleveland on the shore of lake erie. somehow, there were no fatalities. >> in central michigan, three killed in aup involving 40 vehicles on i-6. yesterday, new york got three feet of snow, more than all of last year. all the cold air moves east bringing the first freeze to major cities of the northeast.
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abc's phillip menna has the story. >> reporter: along the great lakes, the first major snowstorm of the year is reeking havoc for drivers. the mangled mess of up to 70 tractor trailers and cars on interstate 90 just west of erie, pennsylvania. >> watched the guy climb out of his seat. >> reporter: tony pardele right there, as first responders raced to pull victims from the wreckage. roads going from clear to whiteout in an instant bringing wreck along the great lakes from ohio to western new york where snowfall was over 2 inches an hour made it hard to even walk. >> this is a skating rink. just saw two more go in the ditch. >> reporter: on interstate 9 6 east of lansing, michigan, at least three people were killed in this 40-vehicle chain reaction crash that left some of the injured trapped in their cars. this storm's fueled by the arctic blast moving over the great lakes. >> look at it spin. >> guys, that's reaching. >> reporter: powerful enough to spawn a water spout over lake erie. that bitter cold air spreading
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south and east. and i am right by that michigan highway. part of the road has reopened, but still, officials are asking drivers to stay off of these icy roads. it is going to freeze again. phillip menna, abc news, washington county, michigan. >> that's not the only storm working its way across the united states. >> let's get the complete national forecast now from accuweather's justin povick. >> kendis, eva, good morning to you. another storm in the northwest and yesterday as well. the difference today is it's raining in seattle and portland, an icy mess yesterday. still some snow, though, over the interior. so regardless of rain or snow, we're still going to have those travel impacts. more snow and wind over the interior northeast, as well. primarily, just off the great lakes. 95 is in good shape. it's chilly as well. look at the cold, all the way down into central florida with showers and thunderstorms in toward miami. could have a few flight delays
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there. over the south central, there's a chilly start, high pressure in control, but eventually, we'll warm things back up. kendis, eva, back to you. >> thank you, justin. now to john glenn, an american original tributes being paid to the former astronaut and senator who passed away at age 95. glenn was a fighter pilot in world war ii and korea and then became one of nasa's original seven astronauts, becoming a hero in 1962 becoming the first american to orbit the earth. that mission coined the phrase, god speed, john glenn. he coined another phrase he'd use for the rest of his life. >> 0g, and i feel fine, capsule is turning around, and that view is tremendous. and i could see the booster during turn around just a couple yards behind me. it was beautiful. >> after leaving the space program, glenn entered politics serving as senator for ohio for 24 years. then at age 77, he returned to space as part of a space shuttle
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mission. another astronaut on that 1998 mission said flying with glenn was like playing basketball with michael jordan or doing astrophysics with albert einstein. funeral details are being arranged. glenn will be buried in arlington national cemetery. >> and as he set off on that last mission, they once again said, god speed john glenn. donald trump is expected to remain as executive producer of "celebrity apprentice" even after he takes office. the show kicks off next month after a two year hiatus. "celebrity apprentice" airs on nbc, but mgm holds a stake in the production, the company that created it. it's not clear how much trump will be paid. his spokeswoman said he'll reveal details next week during a news conference on his business interests. a farewell for harry reid, retiring after 30 years in the senate. politicians from both sides of the aisle paying tribute to the
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soft spoken nevada democrat. reid reflecting on pushing through the economic stimulus and the president's signature health care bill urging colleagues to preserve the institution. >> this room is filled with leaders. we all know what leadership entails. it's not easy. it's not glamorous. a lot of the time, leaders understand the highs and the lows. as i said this morning, it's joy and then, wow, what are we going to do now? >> hillary clinton, as you can see, was there to honor reid praising him as a fighter as she made her first visit to the capitol since losing the election. the capitol hill. clinton also turned her attention to the issue of fake news and made up stories that she, herself, has been a target of. >> the epidemic of malicious fake news and false propaganda that flooded social media over the past year, it's now clear that so-called fake news can
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have real world consequences. >> clinton said all americans should be concerned about the spread of false news stories and called on leaders in both parties and the private sector to step up to protect our democracy. a grim statistic about the opioid epidemic. for the first time ever, heroine and prescription drug overdoses killed more americans last year than gun violence. federal health officials say more than 50,000 americans succumbed to innoid use in 2015 abuse, an increase of 11% in just one year.. gun deaths were up last year, but not as high as fatal overdoses. a u.p.s. truckdriver dead after an unexplained shooting in a walmart parking lot in new york. he stopped at the 24-hour store before 1:00 a.m. to get something to eat. the suspect shot him, then ran over him before fleeing the scene. he was captured hours later after a standoff at his home. police say the two men did not even know each other and the motive at this point is still
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unclear. two years after sudden claims that it was adding extra charges to customers' bills, at&t is starting to pay refunds. the company will pay more than $88 million to customers who were hit with those charges. now, each customer can expect about $31. that money will either appear as a credit on commerce' bills or as a check in the mail. as we mentioned, there's been something of an uproar since the presidential election about the fake news on the internet. now we have something different on that whole fake thing. >> okay. since it's the holiday season, what about a fake toy? >> in this case, it's a fake bar, it's designed to look like a real product, the set made to look real with a complete bar. you have the stools and beer bottles. >> oh. plenty of reaction posted on fisher-price's facebook page as you can imagine. the company saying, quote, please know that this product is not endorsed, produced, or approved by fisher-price.
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>> but the box clearly says 3 and up, so it's okay. >> if only that was the accurate age, right? >> oh, yes. start them young, i guess. not bad. coming up, the consumer alert that you need to know about before you head out to do your holiday shopping this week. the new lawsuit that accuses major retailers of false preference pricing, making you believe you're getting a better deal than you actually are. and the way is over for "bay watch" fans. we're getting a peek as the tv lifeguards making a big screen debut. that's in "the skinny." you're watching "world news now." >> "world news now" weather brought to you by unitedhealthcare. brought to you by united healthcare. you may think you can put off checking out your medicare options until you're sixty-five, but now is a good time to get the ball rolling.
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and even the word "raptor" means birds of prey. >> that doesn't look very scary. more like a six foot turkey. >> and scientists have now found a link between feathers and dinosaurs. a 99 million-year-old piece of dinosaur skeletal material discovered attached to a feather. canadian scientists say it's a first supporting the idea gaining support for 20 years, and, yes, it's believed at the time when some dinosaurs had feathers was the jurassic period bringing everything together with the movie. yes, they're still scary. >> it's all making sense now. >> yeah. consumer alert this morning involving your holiday shopping. a new lawsuit accuses major retailers of making you think you're getting a better deal than you actually are.
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>> come on, we all knew this, didn't we? >> we did know this. >> it's alleged to happen at some of america's biggest retailers and the most popular ones, as well. here's abc's rebecca jarvis. >> reporter: four of the largest department store chains in the country, macy's, jcpenney, sears and kohl's sued by the los angeles city attorney. >> today, i'm announcing we've filed four lawsuits against some of the nation's leading retailers. >> reporter: for allegedly using false reference pricing. that is, setting original prices of merchandise higher to make customers think they were getting better deals and bigger discounts. the allegations including, for example, a swim top advertised at jcpenney with an original price of $46 and a sale price of $31.99. supposedly, a 30% discount. according to the suit, the top was never on sale online for more than $31.99. under california law, businesses cannot publicize higher original prices unless items have been on sale at those prices within three months of the advertisement.
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rebecca jarvis, abc news, new york. >> this is why you google. >> the googles tell you everything? >> the original prices. >> is that right? >> and order online. >> i didn't know that. okay. i just never thought it was a good a deal. >> yeah. when we come back, mick jagger a dad for the eight time at 73. what fans are saying. >> he says it's actually a markup on his age. he's actually only 43. that's what he told his girlfriend when they decided to have the kid. we'll have reaction from that and news from "the view." "world news now" continues
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♪ skinny so skinny ♪ time for the friday skinny starting with news from mick jagger. >> the '60s icon and rolling stone front man became a father for the an eighth time. he has eight kids with a fifth woman now. >> a lot of baby mamas. >> he's 73 years old. >> his girlfriend, you see her there, and they welcomed a baby boy, statement released on behalf of the couple says, mick was at the hospital here in new york for the baby's arrival and mother and son are doing just fine. >> the couple has no plans to marry or even live together, but he's reportedly agreed to
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$150,000 a year to raise the child. here in new york? >> doesn't that seem low, to both of us? >> interesting. >> see how jaded we are? sure that's not a month? that seems low. in the meantime, though, fan reaction has been lighting up the twitters. jen tweeted here, what we expected? mick jagger dead at 73. what we got, mick jagger, dad at 73. >> oh, goodness. people are honest. they can't keep the truth from coming out. >> no. >> another tweet with he's so rock and roll. i love you mick. >> huh. and then sam writes, in other news, viagra found a new spokesman. all right. >> but this user found the silver lining of it all, if jagger can be a dad at 73, then you can do anything you want. believe in your dreams. >> kids, your dreams can come
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true. >> a celebrity departure. >> the view host announced yesterday at the show because of her deepening west coast commitments to "fuller house" and other acting projects that she's leaving "the view." >> it wasn't an easy decision. but when i -- before i started "the view," i had my commitments to "fuller house" and my commitments with the hallmark channel and hallmark movie mysteries. because of the success of those, my commitments have become even greater with those shows. and the commute of going west coast to east coast every single week for me has been tough on me and hard for my family, as well. and i want to make sure that i am able to spend as much time with my children. >> actress raven symone said she would be leaving the show by the end of the year to develop the spin-off of "that's so raven." >> next, the wait over for fans of "bay watch" and i have to
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caution, look at the video, feel free to mute. it's best just -- >> silence it? what are you trying to say. the first trailer for the long awaited debut has been released. oiled up, are stars dwayne "the rock" johnson, zach efron, who i want to see running down the beach and kelly robach. it's just as raunchy as you might have expected. >> city counsel's cut our funding, and it's up to us to restore the brand. >> i'm matt brody. ready for duty. >> did you just look at my boobs. you should look at my face. >> i'm trying, but it's so close to your boobs. >> yeah. >> and that's the part that everybody was talking about, his abs. some critics saying the movie just like the tv show is best viewed when the volume down. "bay watch" watches up in theaters nationwide on may 26th.
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i feel like that's one a lot of people are going to see it in theaters. >> it's better when you're forced on a plane to watch it. >> and it's expensive to go to the movies. finally, if you're looking for a fresh outlook, it's apparently just around the corner. >> oh, yeah. the pantone color institute, the world's color authority, has announced next year's color of the year. >> it's called greenery. it's apparently just a hair more yellow than kelly green, i think is a color, and after 2016, the bright greenery should provide a much needed emotional lift for 2017. >> oh, wow. well, pantone notes the color's connection to nature, spring, rebirth and an overall regard for the environment. >> what? okay. maybe they were -- >> that's a lot of thought. i was trying to wear greenery, but i guess mine is more kelly
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some cough medicines only last 4 hours. but just one mucinex lasts 12 hours. let's end this. fire was a major theme dominating this week's headlines from the deadly wildfire in the smokey mountains to the devastation and tragic loss of life inside that artists warehouse in oakland, california. >> let's take a look back right now with our weekly friday rewind. >> this orange wall of fire. it was, i don't know, felt like seeing a monster. >> just call any of us, if you're around, something happened. we don't care. we just want to know if you're alive or not. >> i feel like it was preventable. like a blind eye was turned towards the warehouse facility. >> as far as preventable? absolutely.
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>> this is what greets you in aleppo, scene of devastation, plumes of thick smoke, and sounds of heavy fighting. small arms fire, loud booms, this is just a few hundred yards away. >> that child in a hot car in june in georgia in the summer to swelter and die. >> mr. gasser pulls his weapon from between his seat and the console and fires three shots at joe mcknight. >> louisiana law is if someone enters your vehicle or attempts to enter your vehicle, you have justification to shoot them. >> the court, therefore, must declare a mistrial in this case. >> it's not over. y'all hear me, it's not over. >> until my family can see justice, no, there's no forgiveness. >> hail victory. >> donald trump slingshoted our movement into fame. >> would i live in your state. >> no, you wouldn't, but you can have your own state. >> that's very gracious of you. >> i believe we're in the
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process of putting together one of the all-time great cabinets that has ever been assembled in our nation's history. >> the kinds of people president-elect trump chosen appear to have, in many cases, different priorities, styles, and starkly different bank accounts. >> a lengthy introduction with the president-elect. it was research for areas of common ground. >> we tweeted the best tweet wow, what a great smart tweet. >> great bit as rachel. >> sounds like all you're doing is, what, oh, what, me? oh, wow, no. what? what? wow. >> good to end the week on a little bit of humor. >> we need humor these days, don't you think? >> are you looking forward the to december 14th, which is national biscuits and gravy day. national bouillabaisse day. what's a bouillabaisse? >> like a brown soup, broth.
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making news in america this friday morning, winter whiteout. lake-effect snow blanketing several states. the 75-car pileup you have got to see and the highly unusual snowfall in seattle. plus, the arctic blast settling in. we're tracking it all. remaining in reality tv, the surprising announcement about donald trump's involvement with "celebrity apprentice" and the fast food ceo picked to be on trump's cabinet as he makes another stop in his thank you tour overnight. can you hear me now? how wi-fi in the skies could soon bring phone calls midflight. and caught in a cell, a prisoner's attempt to make a break for it going viral.

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