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making news in america this morning, democratic rivalry. hillary clinton, bernie sanders on stage throwing jabs at each other overnight as donald trump a i makes a late night appearance.`abcked weather. ica c%^ bitter cold, well below zero in some areas right now, plus people in parts of the northeast getting their first taste of snow. medicine recall. a children's cough syrup pulled from store shelves. the manufacturing mistake that could lead to an overdose. and national champions. alabama/clemson, the classic
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to the final minutes. we begin with breaking news out of turkey. a huge explosion rocking istanbul. at least ten people have 15 injured. famous blue mosque. tourists. >> witnesses say they felt the explosion across the city. state run television says it was likely caused by a suicide bomber. turkey had two major terror attacks last year including an isis suicide attack that killed 30. again, an explosion in istanbul, dead. we will, of course, stay on top of this breaking story with more details as they warrant. the other major story overnight we're following. what's being called the first major event of the political year 2016. iowa, last night. the brown and black presidential
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essential to america's blacks and latinos and those questions did run the gamut from criminal justice to the economy. overnight head-to-head in iowa -- >> bernie sanders. >> martin o'malley. >> hillary clinton. >> all three democratic candidates taking part in the forum hosted by abc news' sister station fusion. on stage at different times answering rapid-fire questions. >> is it off brand for a democratic socialist to live in a mansion like the white house? [ laughter ] >> well, i would consider it more like public housing. [ laughter ] >> but it wasn't all laughs. the candidates laying out their plan for guns and immigration plus bernie sanders and hillary clinton taking aim at each other. >> have you noticed this lady, that she's been getting more aggressive with you? >> it could be that the inevitable candidate for the democratic nomination may not be so inevitable today.
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my tax plans, and my friend, senator sanders, has said that he will lay out his before the iowa caucus, and i and others will be anxious to see them. >> the candidates also taking shots at republican front-runner donald trump. >> who would have thought donald trump would be leading in of national polls? [ laughter ] i mean, for those of you who ever thought about running for president, take heart. i mean -- >> trump on the attack as well on "the tonight show" -- >> i haven't even started on her yet, although last week i did a little bit i guess, but we haven't even started. >> trump will again be center stage in the republican debate thursday night in south carolina. but rand paul and carly fiorina have been dropped from the prime time lineup because of their poor showing in the polls. they were invited to participate in an earlier under card debate. paul declined. president obama will deliver his final state of the union address tonight. take a look. a live image of the capitol where the president is due to go later on this evening to address a joint session of congress, but in this youtube video,
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depart from tradition. he won't talk so much about last year's progress and his goals for the year ahead. instead, he'll focus on the big picture and his optimistic vision for the country. we should remind you coverage of tonight's state of the union address gets started right here on abc at 9:00 eastern time. well, vice president joe biden has opened up about a difficult chapter in his life sharing a touching story that he's never told publicly before about the generosity of president obama. in an interview with cnn he recounted the prospect of their eldest son beau being forced to resign as delaware's attorney general over his failing health. he shared his worries with mr. obama about caring for beau's family without his son's salary but he never said that -- he never expected that his boss -- what his boss' response would be. jill and i will sell the house and we'll be in good shape. he got up, and he said, don't sell the house. promise me you won't sell the house. he's going to be mad at me saying this. he said, i'll give you the money. >> beau biden did serve out his
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attorney general, but just months after leaving office last january, he died from brain cancer. okay, so we're getting our first look at the dramatic firefight that took down one of lords. mexican authorities have released new video of "operation black swan" as it was called, the intense raid that led to the recapture of joaquin "el chapo" guzman on friday. el chapo now back in mexico's most secure prison, the same prison from which he escaped awaiting extradition to the u.s. that we're told could take more than a year. and leading authorities right to his doorstep was apparently his meeting, this one, with sean penn. the actor interviewed him for "rolling stone" magazine three months ago as he tried to land a movie deal about his life, but mexican authorities were tracking penn during that visit and penn is now defending his interview with the drug lord telling the ap he has nothing to hide. the mother of the so-called affluenza teen is expected to be released from jail later this morning. tonya couch posted bond after a
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to $75,000 on monday. couch was fitted with a gps monitoring device and was ordered to stay at the home of her 29-year-old son. she faces a felony charge for helping her 18-year-old son ethan flee to mexico. now to another high-profile court case. bill cosby filed a motion to against him in pennsylvania dismissed. his attorneys claim the prosecutor violated a ten-year-old agreement not to bring charges against cosby if he testified in a civil case. he's due to appear in court again early next month. well, a clipper system is bringing a bitter blast of arctic air to the great lakes and northeast. the latest weather radar shows that the system stretches from northern michigan into the tennessee valley. it's not expected to drop substantial snow on the region, but it is bringing the coldest air so far this season, but the snow from that system is bringing some -- some causing traffic areas -- traffic headaches in west seneca, new york, and later today areas of south buffalo could see up to 40
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elsewhere this morning the big concern is the cold. abc's rob marciano has the latest. >> reporter: check out these numbers in the morning, it's going to be minus 8 in chicago, the windchill, minus 27 in minneapolis. the cold front coming through will be mostly dry but a couple of inches possible in chicago and detroit and stirring up the lake-effect snow machine, the front comes s s through the new yorkitam area tomorrow night. maybe a dusting away from the city. the cold, 11 for a windchill in new york. minus 9 in chicago. >> rob delivering that chilly forecast from a sunny climate in glendale, arizona, where the big game was. alabama named national college football champion this morning after beating clemson 45-40, and it really all came down to a trick play. >> it was a good game, wasn't it? after tying the game in the fourth quarter with a field goal, the crimson tide used an onside kick to regain possession of the ball at midfield and one more for the special teams, a 95-yard kickoff return for a
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>> it's alabama's fourth national title in seven years saban. course, from the fellows at espn. >> i guess he could ask for a raise right about now. >> i think so right about now. health news for women. a federal panel finalizing mammogram guidelines. plus, brbramerica ight, a ca is roroh@c and smoldering home. new details just coming in. and strange sight for operningabc% driving down a busy l.a. freeway.fh@%@ag@a pilot's emergency landing. a ila\
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landing on a busy freeway in southern california yesterday. cars swerved and stopped as it made use of the impromptu landing strip during afternoon rush hour.ab c *was quickly pushed onto the median stp mor@fla\ traffic to resume, and there were no injuries. there are new details in that violent spree of jewelry store robberies across the in the first court appearance a i c%` suspect, we learn a ic%@f thch@ lee kemp is saying @fla\ that she had help from louis jones iii. th@ala\am she allegey h@cbi that shshh@cabhocnes c%_ during the robberies telling him when to join her at the stores. agents say that's what led them to kemp, cell phone records. a children's cough medicinemaker is pulling bottles from store shelves because of a potential overdose risk. the recall involves two flavors of the store branded cough syrup. the bottle's makers says dose cup has incorrect markings. now, the medicine is sold under nine store brands including dollar general, cvs, rite aid
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we've got some more details lined up at it won't cost as much to heat your home or to run your car this winter. crude oil prices now at their lowest level in 12 years after losing another 5% yesterday. it's a combination of worldwide oversupply and less demand from china. but many american oil and gas producers, they may go bust. electric luxury carmaker tesla is offering a new perk. many of its cars now have the ability to park themselves. no driver needed. live are this one going in, you see here, and out of the garage. the feature is called summon and enables cars to wake themselves up and drive to greet their owners. do we really need that? >> if you can afford a $160,000 car -- >> why not. >> of course. when we come back, dash cam drama. a police officer responding to a call didn't see this coming right at him. and encased in ice next to lake erie, the image that went everywhere yesterday.
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things hapapningi okay, so for your morng th@aroad conditions, hopefully no road hazards like that. it will be mainly cleaeac%@forh@cningiacross most of the country with wet roads again for the pacific northwest, and lake-effect snow causing slippery conditions across the erning great lakes, northeast and ohio valley. if you're flying, airport @fla\ossible in san a i francisco, detroit and boston. well, a tragedy unfolding in@fla\ast ohio overnight.n@this >> fire offifi *levelandng * say four family members were killed when their house exploded. the bodies of a mother and her @fla\ two daughters, 8 and 12, were %amer found on the first floor near the front of the home. the father was found near the back of the house. neighbors say the powerful blast shook their homes.this mor they ran into the burning building hoping to be able to save the family, but it was just too late. a new study finds that predictions about a baby's birth weight to be larger are usually wrong. four out of five mothers who were warned that they might have
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8 to 13 -- 8 pounds, 13 ounces, abam^h@ they gave birth to average size babies instead. told to expect large babies had twice as many medical interventions including c-sections no matter how big ei*urned out to be. an influential government erica th force is finalizing new breast cancer screening guidelines. it recommends that women between 50 and 74 get mammograms every other year, and the task force says that women between 40 and 49 should make the decision based on how they view the benefits and harms. as always, you've got to consult your doctor. in suburban detroit, this interesting scene here as a police cruiser responds to a domestic violence call. the cop car rammed by another vehicle with a half-dressed man hanging onto the hood. this was apparently a fight between two brothers that spilled onto the street. incredibly, the driver tedi * blame the police officers for p@]ab the fender-bender. they were both arrested. >> well, a frighten ing ing
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two window washers were stranded after a motor malfunction left their scaffolding hanging from the side of a building. the precarious angle, they were left clinging nearly a thousand feet up for 45 minutes until firefighters were able to remove a window pane and safely pull them inside. >> good for them. a treacherous mix of wind, sleet and snow turned a car into an ice sculpture near buffalo. take a look at this. brian yellen parked his car along the edge of lake erie on sunday as an arctic blast hit. winds up to 47 miles an hour blue huge waves on to the shore and by the time brian showed up to retrieve his car, it was encased in some five inches of ice. >> i really can't think anything. it's just covered in ice, covered in water. >> did you say, oh, my goodness? >> oh, i just laughed. i'm cool. it's not bothering me. >> it ain't that dramatic. brian's father wasn't too happy that he left the car where he did. it's not clear yet whether the
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>> i'm looking for anna and elsa. it looks more like arondale over there. >> it does. a little frozen. the rallying cry for roll tide is being held from arizona to alabama this morning as another national championship is headed back to tuscaloosa. >> it's sort of like home base for the national championship. let's get full details now plus some nba action from our friends at espn. >> good morning. it's "sportscenter" from the college football playoff national championship game in glendale, arizona. stan verrett along with neil everett. we saw a classic between alabama and clemson. >> yeah, you're only going to get the cliff notes, and that's unfortunate because this was quite a game. let's check it out, what we've got to show you here in the a.m. alabama going for its fourth championship in the last seven years. they just tied it at 24, and nick saban goes onside kick. the clemson folks -- look, he even smiled. the clemson folks are going, laicthla\ wait, man, we're the ones who do onside kicks.
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the big tight end who had two touchdowns and just what a game and clemson came back and made a run and got within the number, but the only number that counts is 45 and 4 in 7 years, and nick saban is all smiles. warriors and heat, golden state, 17-0 at home. third quarter, warriors inbounding, steph curry working the give and go to draymond green, and it's gone. curry with 31 points, his 16th 30-point game of the season. that's tops in the nba. fourth quarter, catch and shoot three. that's what he does, 111-103, the warriors win again. they improve to 36-2, the best start in nba history rolls on for golden state. >> yeah. you take a couple days off from work and you go, hey, man, has golden state lost, no, no, they only got two, and dropping in, is alabama winning? yeah, alabama just won another title. that's what we give you. >> back to you. >> we'll take it. up next in "the pulse," surprise engagement. who is getting hitched to media mogul rupert murdoch?
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legal help you can count on. legalzoom. legal help is here. hey there, time now to check "the pulse" and stunning matrimonial news. >> stunning is right. billionaire businessman rupert murdoch and 59-year-old ex-supermodel jerry hall engaged. the pair announcing their happy news in one of murdoch's many newspapers. >> it will be the fourth walk down the aisle for the 84-year-old media mogul and the very first marriage for the texas born hall, though, of course, she's lived with mick jagger for many years. and it's a staple for many of us who are awake at this hour, but tom brady apparently
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and clear and cold most everywhere else. well, finally the nation's powerball fever hasn't broken yet. tomorrow night's jackpot is now $1.4 billion and actually rising. >> it's continuing to rise but don't get greedy yet. remember, there are million dollar prizes, as well. abc's lauren lyster has more. >> your winning powerball number -- >> reporter: the powerball grand prize climbing to $1.4 billion monday after no one matched all six numbers to score saturday's $949 million prize. there were some million dollar winners, though, someone in massachusetts. >> hopefully it's one of our regulars. >> reporter: in suffolk, abcinia, too. >> actually maybe me. abc%all the time. >> reporter: others still thinking about how they'd spend the big winnings. >> pay off bills. live very comfortably for the rest of my life. >> toss the money around. you can't spend it all. >> reporter: but it turns out winning a stash of mega lottery cash can be squandered with stunning speed. 70% of people who hit it big lose big within just a few
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>> this time, right? >> reporter: the odds of winning are still 1 in 292 million, yes, you're still more likely to get attacked by a shark or struck by lightning, but here's a virginia man whose car was struck by lightning and who's playing powerball with a message of hope. >> the reality is, people do get hit by lightning. they do get bit by sharks, all that sort of thing, so it is possible to be that one in 200 million person who wins. >> reporter: and don't be fooled by billboards or signs saying the prize is just $999 million. with this record-breaking jackpot of over a billion bucks, the issue is those signs simply weren't made to display a prize that big. lauren lyster, abc news, los angeles. reena, kendis. >> thank you so much, lauren. i have a personal announcement to make. >> oh, what? >> i did get the powerball number 25. >> so you earned nothing. >> no, i got $4. i'm going to roll that into the next one. >> all right. shots on all of our viewers. that's what's making news in america. >> stay with us for "good
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