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and the anger here only growing as monthly water bills continue to roll in. >> we're paying for this water. >> reporter: alex perez, abc news, chicago. clean-up is under way in philadelphia after hundreds of spilleded in the schuylkill river. the river runs through the center of philadelphia. more than 4,000 gallons spilled from a tank. about 200 gallons of so-called red-dye fuel went into the water. the city says there is no threat to the water supply. the two wildfires that burned in northern california last fall did at least $1 billion in damage. this is according to the latest estimate from the state department of insurance. the price tag does not include damage to communities infrastructures and utilities. the valley fire destroyed nearly 2,000 structures. the butte fire burned about 800 homes and businesses. in the mean tirnlgs
religious objections law, remember, that well, it may have cost the state about $60 million in lost revenue. this is all from a tourist industry group that says a dozen convention picked cities other than indianapolis, all of that because of the uproar over the law. critics say the law makes it okay to discriminate against gays based on religious objections. even darth vader isn't all that bad. hard to believe? star wars villains and storm tropers delivered a new hope to a fourth grader in nebraska. this is albert gonzalez who were born without an arm but limitless technology, a nonprofit organization, arranged for replacement limb at no charge. >> very cool. so, it was made with a 3d printer. >> crazy, huh? >> darth was accompanied by members of the legions central garrison of storm troopers. you know them, of course. >> of course. >> and after the assembly, they
his classmates. i was reading some of the comments, and some guy was like, this is nice and all, but what about that black protocol droid? i guess that's not a common one. >> which one? >> the droid over there. >> oh, i didn't even see that. >> is that a common one? i have no idea. >> are we going old school? >> you're going e-man? >> i couldn't remember the show where that came from. >> he man and she-ra. >> there already 30-year-olds that are like what are they talking about. >> i have the power. >> my god. >> do you remember that? >> she-ra. folks, coming up in "the mix," breaking down the strangest lawings that still exists. >> including why aren't we talking about thunder cats. that was a better cartoon. first, the nurse accused of faking cancer going to great lengths to garner sympathy and money. the friend who held a
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the two go at it like ninja warriors. as the photographer drivers away the conflict seems to be winding down, but it's a good thing they didn't resort to guns. >> this could have been this would freak me out. freak me out. well, anyway, a georgia nurse is facing charges for facing a cancer diagnosis to scam donations. investigators in the county say that mary bennett used her medical training to convince potential donors she had stage four oe var ovarian cancer and used the donations to fund trips around the southeast, including one to new orleans to meet ventriloquist jeff dunham. >> curt held a fund-raising dinner for bennett. >> i couldn't believe it. for days i still couldn't believe it. now i believe it. >> bennett has been charged with theft and forgery. okay.
would-be carjackers in florida victim. >> that amazing video last week was of a mom fighting off people trying to save her vehicle. now in an abc news exclusive she's telling her story with our gio benitez. >> reporter: a trip to the gas station turning into a heroic moment for a florida mother. watch as angie fights off two armed men as they allegedly try to steal her car while her children are still inside. >> he got in. >> reporter: she was traveling to miami with her 1-year-old daughter and 7-year-old son when she stopped to get gas. while at the pump, these would-be men juan carlos gonzalez and nicholas rosato tried to carjack her. >> i was just thinking he's going to take it and the kids are in there. >> reporter: that's when she sprang into action. a security camera at the gas station capturing it all. the protective mother sprinting
door, diving into the car after one of the men pulling him out of the vehicle and stripping off his mask. the two would-be carjackers are then seen running off camera, allegedly fleeing the scene in a getaway car. >> i didn't even think about the guns or what they were going to do to me. i just thought about getting the kids out. >> reporter: her son evan watching the whole thing from the backseat. >> my mom was yelling at him. saying, get out of the car, get out of the car, get out of the car right now. >> reporter: the suspects spotted by police less than a mile from the gas station. authorities arresting the two men and their alleged getaway driver, identified by police as rebecca utriap the trio facing charges for attempted armed carjacking and eluding police. gio benitez, abc news, new york. >> terrifying. one was as young as 17 years old. they say that one of the tips are maybe park in the center lane when you go to the gas station because it's harder for them to get around. as a mom, i hope that i would have instincts. people say, you shouldn't do
but when your kids are in the backseat, you'd do anything to protect them. one of the suspects has been released from jail. a frightening encounter, indeed, do you leave your kid in the car when you go inside? >> i never do that. no. i don't go at night, too. i find -- just a personal thing. i just don't go at night. but they also happen during the day, so daash >> never know. hour, the emergency playing out on the west coast. take a look at these cliffside houses teetering on the brink in danger of falling over the edge at any moment. where police have been going door to door, telling residents to leave before it's too late. first, what's being called the super bowl for the ages. all-time favorite. will there be a fairy tale you're watching "world news >> announcer: "world news now"
so while the panthers and broncos practice for super bowl 50, san francisco drivers are practicing their patience. many streets in downtown san francisco are closed for construction of super bowl city and other preparations for the football championship. traffic will be a mess for the next two weeks. mind you, san francisco is something like 40 minutes away from where the game is being played. carolina panthers fans, however, can't get enough of the super bowl. some stores in charlotte opened up early yesterday morning so fans could guy championship gear and the people were out in force at 6:00 a.m.
team have been big sellers all season long. >> i would imagine so. going to the game won't be cheap either. geekseat says the average ticket price right now is more than $5300. that's almost two weeks before a super bowl in six years. the highest was less than $4,000 but prices usually drop as the game approaches but not always. do you get them now, later? i guess if you're going to go, you need to get your tickets. >> yeah, or you could wait around and see. all of that just to see code coldplay. amazing. >> oh, come on. >> when the denver broncos face off, of course, against the carolina panthers in less than two weeks, it's a match-up that will bridge two generations together. >> the two quarterbacks facing off against each other, a young star and a favorite. here is abc's ryan smith. >> reporter: super bowl 50 will be a game for the ages. >> they take him down. >> reporter: 39-year-old peyton manning, the oldest quarterback ever to start in a super bowl. >> here comes cam. >> reporter: taking on
his debut there. newton only adding to his superman reputation with an awe-inspiring game. >> he is in the for the touchdown! >> reporter: and manning surviving an epic nailbiter against legendary rival tom brady. >> this is a sweet day, a sweet victory. >> reporter: but manning may be espn has seen firsthand how excruciating it is for manning >> after games, he's often in so much pain that someone is helping him sort of yank his cleats off one inch at a time. >> reporter: that led to talk this super bowl may be manning's last game. with his son marshall at his side. >> yeah, just a few minutes. >> reporter: and silently stealing the show. manning wouldn't predict his his future. but a win in the super bowl could make for a storybook ending on football's greatest stage.
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this morning on this morning on "world news now," blizzard blockage. days after the big storm, plenty of residents and travelers still stuck. streets unplowed, flights canceled and schools and offices shut down. we're going to have an update with the latest. back-to-back -- hillary clinton and bernie sanders making their case for the white house overnight. the iowa town hall as the primary race narrows. new this half hour, brink of disaster. >> the california town in crisis, cliff erosion threatening to send buildings into the ocean.
and fresh drama for week four of "bachelor," which takes a detour through las vegas with ben standing at the altar in a tux. what really went down and who's the now front-runner? we'll have a full report in "the skinny." it is tuesday, january 26. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> i'll tell you, i needed a shower after watching "the bachelor." >> was it that -- >> don't you think, jack? >> you weren't the only one. >> exactly. it was a pretty saucy episode. and they say ben is boring? well, ben. >> he was hardly that. >> he knew how to party. >> when in vegas, you know. >> how can you be boring in vegas? >> exactly. >> even i would put my books down. >> and that anchorwoman, whoo. >> we're going to hear more about the anchorwoman. >> we'll hear more about the anchorwoman. >> you can take an anchor woman to vegas and you never know if
just turn loopy. >> did they get to see j.lo, at least? at the time. shows. >> vegas doesn't have to deal with the blizzard clean-up. east coast. another day off for washington their suburbs. >> that's because so many streets are still not plowed and travel is limited. new york city schools, by the way, will be open again. outside manhattan driving can also be a problem. mass transit is resuming but is still fairly limited. >> federal government offices are closed again today in washington. more than 40 deaths have been blamed on the storm from accidents, snow shoveling, heart attacks, even carbon monoxide, and hundreds of flights have already been canceled today. >> the problem for the airlines is that planes and crews that are needed in unaffected parts of the country may be stranded here. the hardest-hit airline is united, which has two hubs in the region, newark and
washington is having trouble deicing -- or digging out, rather. more from abc's david kerley. >> reporter: after the blizzard, front-end loaders, trucks, even railyard plows are still working to reopen the capital. >> we are still in a snow emergency. >> reporter: washington looking like a ghost town. some highways, single-lane trenches. in the suburbs, officials say it could be wednesday before residents see a plow on their street. >> it's a mess. total mess. >> reporter: it has been a mess in the skies, too. more than 1,600 flight cancellations as planes started flying and passengers returned to airports. in chicago, juan reyes' first flight was set for saturday. >> that was canceled. and they rebooked me on sunday. that was canceled >> reporter: some of the snow from the historic storm now being melted at reagan national. this is what that deserted airport looked like in the middle of the blizzard saturday. a day later, sunshine and heavy machinery. these crews are working to clear a foot and a half of snow from the equivalent of 200 miles of roadway to get aircraft like
be limited for another day or two. so this city will come back to some life on tuesday with commuters coming back in to the district of columbia, but don't expect it to be a smooth commute. david kerley, abc news, washington. >> thank you so much, david. all that snow is making it difficult for firefighters. in baltimore last night, they had to slog through snow-covered streets to battle a raging row house fire. the narrow street in front of that house completely blocked by snow up to 5 feet deep. no way for fire trucks to get close. the house appeared to be destroyed and other homes nearby suffered smoke damage. it does seem as if the presidential campaign has gone on forever, but next monday the first voters will finally have their say at the iowa caucuses. last night, the three democratic candidates took part in a town hall in iowa. bernie sanders was asked a big question people have when they hear he is a socialist. >> but just to be clear, you are
>> yes, we will raise the -- we we will raise the -- we will raise taxes, yes, we will. but also let us be clear, chris. we may raise taxes, but we are also going to eliminate private health insurance premiums for individuals and for businesses. >> all right. next question -- >> hillary clinton, this was kind of awkward, was asked about sanders' inspiring new tv ads, including the one that uses simon and garfunkel's wonderful song "america." here is her answer. >> you campaign in poetry, you govern in prose. we need a lot more poetry in this campaign and in our country i love the feeling. i love the energy. i, obviously, respect senator sanders greatly and appreciate what he has done in this campaign. but i believe that i'm the better person to be the democratic nominee and to be the president and commander in chief
pivot. martin o'malley, by the way, is pitching himself as a candidate for the party's future, but if he doesn't get enough votes at next week's caucuses, his supporters will have to switch to one of the others. >> decision day coming around. meanwhile, republican donald trump is threatening to boycott thursday's debate on the fox network. the front-runner is demanding that anchor megyn kelly be removed as a moderator. trump, you'll remember, tangled with kelly during the last fox debate. he says she isn't fair to him. so far fox is holding firm reminding trump even if he's president, he won't get to pick the journalists. >> true. so, a key law enforcement official in europe is warning that isis is planning another cities similar to the one in paris. of the terror group's new combat style capability to carry out large attacks. those attacks will focus primarily on soft targets because of the impact that it generates.
says isis has created a whole industry out of the production of fake passports. the french interior minister claims isis got blank passports from its operations in libya, syria and iraq. last month, abc news reported that u.s. intelligence suspected isis had acquired thousands of blank syrian passports and at least one passport printing machine after taking over government offices in syria. now to the hunt for those dangerous escapees in southern california. sheriff's officials in orange county say they believe the three men are still in the area because of their close ties to local gangs. and they're pleading for anyone with information to come forward. here's abc's kayna whitworth. >> reporter: the manhunt intensifying for those three escaped inmates now on the run. police say the three men cut through metal grates in their cell, making their way through plumbing pipes to the roof. there, they rappelled down the side of the jail using that rope made from bed sheets. >> we think that it would be highly unlikely for someone else
going on. >> reporter: you can see in this surveillance video a shadowy figure and a flicker. they believe that's one of the men on the roof. the fugitives, accused of violent crimes from murder to attempted murder, kidnapping and torture. they were last seen at the maximum security jail near dawn on friday, but weren't discovered missing until late that evening. once they escaped, they found themselves here. a densely populated area full of government buildings and neighborhoods. authorities saying they think the men are still somewhere in southern california. >> we feel that they may be embedded somewhere in the community. >> reporter: but authorities are worried that people in that community might be too fearful to come forward. kayna whitworth, santa ana, california. turning to sports, serena williams is heading to the semifinals of the australian open. she defeated fifth-seeded mayor rhea sharapova in straight sets
the first set was neck and neck. williams breezed through the second. williams has won their last 18 matches. also note, in the last six times that williams qualified as one of quarterfinals at the australian open, she's gone on to win the tournament. so we wish her good luck. >> she just needs they and three more. >> there you go. do the math for us. all right. so speaking of sports, the seventh place finisher at a half marathon in alabama never bothered to register before the race. ludivine somehow escaped her backyard and made her way to the starting line and ran the entire 13.1-mile course. oh, my god. look at the dog. >> there's good reason. the 2 1/2-year-old hound dog had no trouble keeping up with the pack. isn't that clever writing? the pack? her time was a little over an hour and a half and marathon officials awarded her a medal on a ribbon just like the other finishers. >> ah. how do you only come in seventh? >> seventh? i find seventh impressive.
finished the marathon. >> well, that's true. but i would think that a dog would be faster than us. all right. coming up -- a california city on edge. take a look at this building right here. hanging off the side of the cliff. as the earth gives out to erosion. what's being done to try and prevent a disaster. and in "the skinny," sofia vergara suing a beauty company. what she's saying they did without her consent. but first, kendis, why don't you do the honors? >> really? there's no love for great falls up there today. >> there's rain in some parts. >> why did max take it off? >> we should go to orlando. 74. >> announcer: "world news now" weather, brought to you by mucinex dm. mucinex dm. janet? cough if you can hear me. don't even think about it. i took mucinex dm for my phlegmy cough. yeah...but what about mike? he has that dry scratchy thing going on. guess what? it works on his cough too. cough! guess what? it works on his cough too. what? stop!
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a physician's assistant from a physician's assistant from atlanta has been killed while on vacation in the caribbean. investigators on the island of grenada say jessica colker was stabbed to death as she walked a to escape the attack. reports say a recently released ex-con is being questioned by police. back here at home, a crisis is playing out on the west coast as dozens of cliff-side homes literally teeter on the brink of disaster. >> crashing waves and powerful rain from el nino are accelerating the erosion of a coastal wall in the neighborhood outside of san francisco. abc's neal karlinksky has the latest. >> reporter: el nino's fury putting lives at risk. a drone capturing that dramatic moment as part of this hillside outside of san francisco shears off, putting apartment buildings and homes in danger. >> people's houses are now on the edge of the cliff.
storms and high surf pounding the coastline here. the new worry as officials ask roughly 100 homeowners to move out, fearing their apartment building could now be at risk, too. >> we've been losing four or five feet a week in the past couple of weeks here. >> reporter: one of the things they're trying to do to help these people is put these huge boulders in place to block some of the waves and erosion, but it's just not enough. many people who live in the apartments teetering on the edge asked to leave. neal karlinksky, abc news. >> pictures near san francisco. when we come back, "the bachelor" takes a detour inside
skinny so skinny time now for the skinning. topping our headlines this morning, week four of "the bachelor" takes a detour to las vegas. >> joining us with the details is "world news now" senior "bachelor" analyst jack sheahan. >> hello. >> you out of breath? >> single rose this week. it's raining here. let's get right to it. 14 women started this week.
one-on-one date. jojo and our man ben, it didn't start off too well. the helicopter there blew over their table. but once they got going, they really got going. you know, a little helicopter ride around kind of thing. folks, jojo is in it for the long run. jojo gets the rose. moving on. the group date. this was a talent show. maybe we should say lack thereof. there was dancing. there was cello playing. > nice. >> there was all sorts of other stuff going on. but olivia was the star, the unwilling star i would say. >> is that a talent? >> it was supposeded -- allegedly a talent. this was no doubt the most cringe-worthy moment of the season so far. probably in like a decade or so of "bachelor," "bachelorette" and "bachelor in paradise" material.
there's no other way to say it. unfortunately, afterwards, she overcame a panic attack. olivia actually got the rose. moving on, becca one-on-one date with ben. they started out there in the little white chapel. ben got down on one knee. >> no. >> just kidding. >> they -- he got down on one knee and then -- >> he got down on one knee. he was obviously in a tux. ben has been ordained so he can carry out these wedding things. that's what he did. it was really nice. becca we should say gets the rose. then the two-on-one date. you know that there are these twins. >> who doesn't like twins? >> emily and hailey. they're actually from vegas. they took a limo out to see their mom. they had some time. they're talking to ben. you get the idea. see, the thing is, there was both of them in the limo on the way to mom's house. >> uh-huh. and? >> only one of them went back.
>> hailey, thanks but no thanks. you get the idea. so, now we're getting down to the nitty gritty. in the rose ceremony, excuse me, 11 women got roses. there was also -- obviously, hailey's gone. amber didn't get a rose. better luck on "bachelor in paradise." rachel, she didn't get a rose. the kiss count, the kiss count stops at eight. >> wow. >> yeah. he was kissing women with the same regularity as carolina was scoring touchdowns. >> nice. >> tell you what, next up, vamos, mexico. >> they go to mexico. >> analyst, out. >> all right. we've got get to mexico. get to location. he's got a week to figure it out. >> his lips were busy. even little ben got a kiss. >> good wrap-up. thank you so much, our senior "bachelor" analyst. next up, after all that, sofia vergara is suing a beauty company for $15 million. >> the "modern family" star
concept where she did receive a skin-tightening massage back in 2014, even posting a photo of herself after getting the treatment with a poster of marilyn monroe looking on. >> since then she claims the company has been using that image without her permission and without paying her. and tmz is reporting that vergara wasn't even that happy with the treatment in the first place, describing it as a waste of money. >> i'd like to know how much that costs for the skin-tightening, just in case i know i friend. speaking of money, we're getting new details about that sparkly bolero jacket worn by sarah palin during donald trump's endorsement. >> that $695 jacket sold out at saks, amazon and ebay. it appeared tina fey got her hands on one spoofing "saturday
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like and left if it's a no-no. three using a new supersecret formula, a desirability rating. >> the desirability measure is a measure of the swipe right/swipe left ratio. >> reporter: they still show you potential matches based on interests, location, age, et cetera, but now the first ones you see will be folks in your league. >> individuals are presented with individuals who are also at their same level of rating. >> how do you know this? >> i know everything. >> reporter: actually journalist austin carr uncovered the truth. one of the only people on earth who knows his rating. >> you get a sense of how many people are swiping right on you and how many are finding you desirable as a human being. >> reporter: tinder told austin his rating when he was writing about the app for the magazine "fast company." >> my score came out to 946. you know, i would like to think it's out of a scale of 1,000. that would make me feel a lot better. >> desirability is far more nuanced rather than whether someone is physically attractive
>> reporter: the average, they say, is about 800, so chin up, austin, most of us will never know. >> tinder users do not learn their measure because it's constantly changing. >> reporter: would you want to know? would you? be honest. >> they're probably not rating him very well. >> reporter: nick watt, abc news, los angeles. >> based on what i'm getting on this, this tinder. >> we did find your profile. we know you recently joined. we're going to pull it up. look at your hair profile. >> everybody would love that. >> that was back when you had hair. >> now, that would increase my desirability score way more than the one i'm using right now. >> really? a dead skunk on your head would clickability, or what do they likability? >> desirability. lustability. numbers game, and it's not you? >> i don't know. >> is that a bad thing. >> there's got to be some desperate people out there. i'm going to keep my tinder profile for another half hour.
good morning. i'm reena ninan. >> i'm kendis gibson. here are some of the top headlines we're following this morning on "world news now." the democratic presidential candidates answered questions from iowa voters one week before the caucuses there. a new national poll indicates hillary clinton holding the lead, but she could lose the first two voting primaries. full details ahead. a texas grand jury has cleared planned parenthood of charges it sold organs from aborted fetuses, but the jury did vote to indict two anti-abortion activists who recorded secret videos purporting to show a discussion of the organ sales. a former prosecutor has been
investigation into the water crisis in flint, michigan. the retired head of the fbi in detroit will also be part of that investigation. and their first set was a struggle. the second rather lopsided as serena williams defeated maria sharapova at the australian open today. williams moves onto the semifinals now. those are some of our top stories on this tuesday, january 26th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." we do say good morning to you on this tuesday morning. we're going to get started this half hour in iowa where the first american voters will get to say who they want to be the next president. >> and last night, the three democrats running for the office answered questions from iowa voters. abc's own liz kreutz was there hey, liz, morning. >> reporter: reena and kendis,
we're now less than one week away till the iowa caucus and the stakes could not be higher. after a day crisscrossing the democratic presidential to lay out their final pitch to voters. overnight in iowa, the race heating up. >> leave me alone here. >> reporter: the democratic presidential hopefuls facing voters in a cnn town hall just seven days before the caucus. bernie sanders fielding questions on his health care plan and the economy. >> but just to be clear, you are going to raise taxes to do this? >> yes, we will raise -- we will raise the -- we will raise taxes. yes, we will. but also let us be clear, chris. we may raise taxes, but we are also going to eliminate private health insurance premiums for individuals and for business. >> reporter: he also didn't hold back when asked about his opponents. >> now, this calls for a standing-up response. that's all. >> okay. >> what do i think? let me just give you a couple of examples. the truth is that the most
regarding foreign policy that we have seen in this country in modern history was the vote on the war in iraq. okay? that's the fact. i voted against the war in iraq. hillary clinton voted for the war in iraq. >> reporter: later hillary clinton, animated, energetic, confronted request questions over her honesty and her e-mails. >> i've heard from quite a few people my age that they think you're dishonest. but i'd like to hear from you on why you feel the enthusiasm isn't there. >> you know, look, i've been around a long time. people have thrown all kinds of things at me. and, you know, i can't keep up with it. i just keep going forward. they fall by the wayside. they come up with these outlandish things. they make these charges. i just keep going forward because there's nothing to it. >> reporter: but then a lighter moment when clinton was asked to respond to her opponent's new tv ad featuring simon and
i think that's fabulous. i loved it. and now, look, you campaign in poetry, you govern in prose. and we need a lot more poetry in this campaign. >> reporter: as you can tell, it is going to be a long six days here. it is a tight race and who wins is going to come down to turnout. the clinton and sanders campaigns are both planning big mobilization efforts to make sure their supporters are the ones who come out to caucus. reena and kendis? >> all right. our thanks to liz there in des moines this morning. thank you. in the meantime, the republican front-runner donald trump is using a new online ad to help make his final pitch. in it, he says pretty much every established power group there is is out to stop him. take a listen. >> the establishment, the media, the special interests, the lobbyists, the donors, they're all against me. i'm self-funding my campaign. i don't owe anybody anything.
people to do a great job. they are really -- >> that's quite a close-up. trump is also threatening to boycott thursday's debate on fox if the network allows megyn kelly to be one of its moderators. he says kelly is unfair to him. so far the network is holding firm. a major change for juveniles being held in federal prison. president obama ordered young prisoners will no longer face the possibility of solitary confinement. in a "washington post" editorial, the president says that the change will affect some 10,000 prisoners now held in solitary. he says that he hopes the new rules will serve as a model for going to move to some a close call in the waters off 13 people have been rescued from a sinking yacht. the coast guard says the 106-foot boat started taking on water 13 miles off the coast of ft. lauderdale. all of the passengers were able to get on board the coast guard ship that arrived to help. it appears a mechanical problem may have caused the yacht to
turning to the weather now, some 80 million of us digging out from the blizzard of 2016. even many city streets are still blocked by all that snow and many school districts closed again today. so are the federal government offices in washington. with more, here's abc's gio benitez. >> reporter: in new york city, even the snowplows reeling from that record-breaking snow. >> we've got finish this job and get it done. >> reporter: streets in queens still buried. >> i don't know why they forgot about us. >> reporter: 80 million people in all impacted by that massive winter storm. baltimore seeing its biggest storm on record. glenn gary, west virginia, blasted with 42 inches. in nearby martinsburg, 40 inches. in newark, new jersey, a record-breaking 28.1 inches fell. >> this is not right. they're not cleaning the streets they're not doing anything. >> reporter: the heavy snow caving in roofs, like this church in chester county, pennsylvania. this apartment complex in virginia. and in new york city, five
warning many are taking seriously. >> and you stop for rest so you don't get too tired. >> oh, no, not at my age. >> reporter: up and down the east coast, hundreds of accidents since saturday's storm hit. that 85-mile stretch of pennsylvania turnpike finally reopened after more than 500 cars got stuck for hours. this church group making due too, celebrating mass in the snow. and the problem here, just take a look. some streets here in new york still haven't been plowed. many people here say they've never seen this much snow. gio benitez, abc news, queens, new york. >> wow. and with no school, no work and not much else open in washington, d.c., the nation's capital is turning to its most beloved resident. >> we're talking about giant panda tian-tian. not disappointing anyone. a sequel to his viral video from the weekend. at least someone in washington is enjoying the weather. look at that. the national zoo still closed though. but there's always the panda cam and videos like this one. the earlier video got more than
snow. >> it's calming. isn't it? >> it's funny. i don't know if it's because -- in china, they're not used to pandas, it's hot. bamboo. so tian-tian is like, what is it up with this, right? >> it's what? >> it's colder? >> yeah, okay. they are used to snow. >> excuse me. the florida girl misspoke. >> we just found out from our beijing bureau. >> our beijing bureau. bob woodruff is over there. coming up, getting out of debt, for so many americans it can feel like a daunting challenge. abc's rebecca jarvis will talk with one expert who's been there and done that with her own getting out of debt road map. >> how did i not know that pandas are not used to snow? later, you can find love, your own love. why not hire cupid yourself? an old world idea of matchmaking updated for today's singles. but first, a look at today's highs across the country. >> great falls is back. 42, that is balmy.
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what happened here? >> what in the world? i just kind of looked up in the monitor and saw this. >> you can't even joke around about that, guys. >> what does a tribe called quest have to do with that? >> they're bugging out. >> oh, bugging out. >> stop! >> had to get her to jump. bugging out, okay. and then the other thing is in the chat notes here from the producer, i'm sure this is from matt, the technical terms for bugs is anthropods. people who study them are etymologists which has nothing to do with entenmann's cookies. what? we move on. >> yeah. forget about an easy commute. proximity to parks or good schools. having the right supermarket nearby may be the key to a home's value. a new study finds homes within a mile of trader joe's or whole foods are worth twice as much as the national average. and within two years of a trader joe's opening nearby, home prices surged 10% more than in
>> but not whole foods? >> they didn't look into that. equity in your home is great, but it doesn't help your personal balance sheet if you're mired in debt. >> that's true. and for many americans, climbing out of debt can feel like an impossible challenge, but it doesn't always have to be. here now is rebecca jarvis. >> reporter: ever wonder what a shark would say is the best way for you to build wealth right now? ask shark kevin o'leary and he'll tell you. >> saving money is the key to long-term success. if i was in debt, i would do whatever it takes to save all my napkins when i went to a fast to buy them. it's extreme but it's important. debt is a killer. >> reporter: one in three american households lives paycheck to paycheck with the average home carrying $130,000 in debt. tiffany, otherwise known as the budgetnista, says she began her climb out of deep debt when she >> i was a preschool teacher and then i lost my job.
$300,000 in debt at the time? >> yes. >> reporter: the key, says tiffany, to getting rid of that $300,000 in debt was cutting back on housing costs. first, moving in with her parents, then friends. >> a lot of my friends thought i was crazy. >> reporter: she also used the website magnify money to identify zero interest rate credit cards to transfer her existing card balances to that involved no fees. that enabled her to pay down her credit card debt considerably faster. today tiffany is out of her economic hole. the owner of a successful financial advising business and using hard-earned savings to travel the world. what's the listen you want people to take away from your story? >> if i can do it, dig my way out, then honestly, anyone can do it. >> reporter: rebecca jarvis, abc news, new york. i love that she was able to dig herself out. >> yeah. and her advice, of course, only works if you're single. families can't as readily move in with their parents. or hopefully not.
i've always told my husband, we're going to move in with my parents if we ever -- >> yeah. it's a great motivator. parents and friends -- >> you got to put your pride out of the way when you need to get your debt in order. that's the message from reena this morning. >> financial advisor reena ninan. >> don't trust my financial -- coming up, when you're looking for love, it keeps taking you to all the wrong places. >> how the old-world idea of matchmaking is enjoying a new resurgence among today's modern singles. you're watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now"
well, a heart health warning for women. a new statement from the american heart association says symptoms that can signal the need for immediate medical attention are different in women than in men. women may be more likely to have unusual symptoms such as shortness of breath, nausea or vomiting and back or neck pain. the statement goes on to say that women are also less likely to receive clot-bursting medication once they get to the hospital. so let's turn now to a matter of the heart and the age-old struggle for many who are looking for love. >> and in today's increasingly hectic world, modern singles are finding growing difficulty in finding the one. with more and more turning to a new take on an old world idea of
we're "up all nightline" with linzie janis. >> reporter: while millionaire matchmaker patti stanger has famously found love for the rich -- >> meet my millionaires. >> reporter: you could say anna is more a thousand dollar matchmaker. her matchmaking costs 3500 bucks for three months or up to $5,000 for half the year. at the point they're willing to pay $3,500, are they desperate? >> i had that same question when i started this job and i have not yet met a desperate person. >> reporter: you've not met a single desperate person? >> no. >> reporter: you haven't met a woman with the biological clock that's ticking, desperate to meet a man inside a year? no? >> we do not promise deadlines. people that we're working with normally have a lot going on in their lives that they're happy with and it's just this one missing piece. >> reporter: she works for the national matchmaking company three-day rule, jokingly named
movie "swingers." >> i used to wait two days to call anybody. now it's like everyone in town waits two days. so i think three days is kind of mine. what do you think? >> two is enough not to look anxious. >> reporter: what are some common problems you're seeing with people coming in who haven't been successful dating on their own? >> i think modern dating is challenging. the system itself, it's great how many options we have these days with apps and websites, but it also leads to a bit of dating a.d.d. sometimes. >> reporter: she and her colleague, heather, only take on eight new paying clients a month. >> are you guys single, by any chance? >> reporter: those who don't pay to become clients end up part of three-day rule's free pool of lower priority potential matches. >> hi. >> hi. >> are you emily? >> yes. >> so nice to meet you. i'm anna. >> reporter: on this day, anna meets with a potential new client named anna lisa. >> i'm totally going to spill this. >> i had been on a couple tinder dates and just like wasn't finding what i was looking for. some of them were just like bad. >> yeah. >> bad.
>> i'm sorry. >> reporter: they spend more than an hour going through anna lisa's relationship history, profile and dating desires. >> how tall are you? >> like 5'2 1/2". >> i'm give it to you. >> 5.3" on a good day. >> how about religion. is that a part of your life? >> yes, i'm a christian. i try to go to church every sunday. >> do you smoke at all? >> no, that's a deal breaker. >> reporter: in the end, anna lisa decides to give the free database of singles a try. >> i'm excited. after like talking with anna, i was just like, there are a lot of things that i am like looking for so i just feel like it's nice to have somebody else take that difficult part out. >> reporter: she won't be guaranteed any dates, but if she eventually decides to pay up, anna will be there to help her get to happily ever after. for "nightline," i'm linzie janis in chicago. >> what do you think?
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bags, but it's what they teach that sets them apart. >> this is a professional arm wrestling team here in austin. >> reporter: bone breaker bar bell is a new kind of fitness center started with big bald mike. he along with arm wrestling professionals have joined together to help kick start pulling for the future, a group of troubles youth overcoming addiction. >> learning respect for themself and their opponent. >> reporter: teams from a drug and alcohol radio bill tags center will have a chance to train with the top coaches in the state, all in exchange for good grades and behavior. >> showing them how to use their strength and help other people. >> reporter: 14-year-old destiny sanchez has been competing in arm wrestling for years. she says it's important for kids to have an outlet. >> having something to do to get your mind off everything that you're going through at home or whatever, it's good for you. it's good for your health. >> reporter: jarod holds multiple national titles.
regulations involved. >> most people think of arm wrestling as a bar room sport. it can't be further from the truth. >> it's setup, it's technique, it's speed. >> reporter: big bald mike believes its their chance to become role models and inspire teens to make a difference. >> you did something right. you were consistent. you were transparent. you let others know what you were doing. as a result, you have your dream. >> reporter: in austin, nicole rosales, nightbeat. >> i would do whatever big bald mike tells me to do. he's a big man. >> do you know he's vegan? he lost -- seriously, he's vegan and he lost 150 pounds when he kind of hit rock bottom and he decided to stop eating animal protein. >> whoa. >> i also, on the other hand, always eat an protein when i'm buffing up for the miss universe pa gent. >> i've met a number of questionable women in thailand that look like that with those arms. you want to go at it? >> are you ready? >> thumb wars.