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this morning on "world news this morning on "world news now," denver's big win at the super bowl 50, from the celebrations to the most exciting plays and unforgettable moments, we have you covered. political challenges the day before the new hampshire primary, can bernie sanders keep his democratic lead and can donald trump recover from his loss in iowa? new this half hour, a message going out this morning from a member of the royal family. >> britain's duchess kate speaking up today about children who need special attention. the cause capturing her attention.
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band captivating american super bowl fans, coldplay's colorful performance and the other artists who joined in. that's in "the skinny" on this monday, february 8th. >> announcer: from abc news, in this is "world news now." good morning on this monday, post super bowl. i'm reena ninan. >> i'm kendis gibson. a lot of people still nursing the hangover from the super bowl. >> it was a big night. >> most people in denver. what did you think of the halftime show? >> i loved it. i thought they were fantastic. >> it was pretty fun. >> i thought they were really good. >> especially great when beyonce and bruno mars got there to rescue it. >> it was fabulous. i love coldplay. i thought they were really good. >> i'm a big fan of coldplay, as well. i didn't recognize half the songs. we'll delve into that. >> you didn't recognize the songs? >> most of them. >> we've got to get you some coldplay tunes then. >> i know coldplay. i've met chris martin. >> you do? >> just to name drop. just picked that up off the
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but still, you know, we'll get into that a little bit more. of course, we're going to talk more about the game itself. you know, the super bowl, denver, 24-10 victorious over the carolina panthers. this by the way, the broncos, this is the key to it. they were all over qb cam newton, sacking him seven times. >> in fact, the super bowl mvp was linebacker von miller. denver quarterback peyton manning now gets his second super bowl ring but leaves us hanging on his future. with more, here's abc's ryan smith in santa clara. hey, ryan, morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, kendis and reena. as you can see, the denver broncos going out in a blaze of panthers tonight in super bowl 50. and right now, all eyes on peyton manning, winning his second super bowl. will he ride off into the sunset? but this game, starting with lady gaga bringing down the house with her national anthem. her beautiful rendition set twitter on fire. then the game began. and it started slow. many people favoring carolina in this. they were favored by 5 1/2
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they started out slow. the broncos went to halftime with the lead, and the halftime show an epic performance for the ages. coldplay in a dizzying array of colors thrilled the crowd and then bruno mars took the stage clad in black and gold chains dancing to some " uptown funk," until beyonce brought the house down premiering her new song getting into a dance-off with bruno mars, until they finished up with a tribute to all of the stars past. two final quarters of the game. the broncos holding on, a defensive battle in this one. at the end of the day, the broncos come out on top, winners of super bowl 50 and people wondering, will the sheriff, peyton manning, come back into town for one more year or will he ride off into the sunset? >> thank you, ryan. i didn't know they called him sheriff. i learn new things from ryan.
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sports. as soon as the game was over, broncos fans began celebrating. police blocked off streets. a victory parade scheduled for tomorrow in denver. and look for more super bowl coverage coming up. a super bowl edition of sports with reena. that's in "the skinny." it's all about the halftime performances and some sports too, don't forget that later this half hour. got to talk football, too. >> duly noted. super bowl viewers in new hampshire and south carolina saw former president george w. bush's first public appearance for his brother's presidential campaign. it was a 30-second ad. it cost about $320,000. the money was raised by a super pac that supports jeb bush who has been struggling in the polls recently. bush and the other republican and democratic candidates are in new hampshire today ahead of the state's first in the nation primary tomorrow. so is abc's marci gonzalez who is in manchester. >> reporter: candidates were out hoping to score with voters this super bowl sunday. >> i enjoyed the debate.
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debate stage. >> let me talk. quiet. >> reporter: front-runner donald trump appearing on "this week" standing by some of his most controversial stances. >> as president, you would authorize torture? something beyond waterboarding. >> do we win by being more like them? >> yes, i'm sorry. you have to do it that way. >> reporter: marco rubio unapologetic for this. >> let's dispel once and for all this fiction that barack obama doesn't know what he's doing. he knows exactly what he's doing. let's dispel with this fiction. that barack obama doesn't know what he's doing. he knows exactly what he's >> there he is. the memorized 25-second speech. >> reporter: brushing off voters. >> marco should have been a little more better prepared. >> leads me toward pushing for jeb bush. >> i'm going to say this every barack obama is trying to change america. >> reporter: meanwhile, bernie sanders back in new hampshire. following his appearance on "saturday night live."
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>> reporter: hillary clinton here now, too. >> thank you, thank you. thanks so much. >> reporter: after a stop in flint, michigan, to discuss the water crisis there. >> what happened in flint is immoral. >> reporter: and a new poll just out shows the gap between the democrats narrowing with sanders now ahead of clinton here by just seven points. kendis and reena? >> marci, thank you so much. while a white chicago police officer suing the estate of a mentally ill black college student after fatally shooting the teen and a 55-year-old neighbor. officer robert rialmo is seeking $10 million in damages saying he was traumatized by the shooting which took place the day after christmas. rialmo claims the actions of forced him to open fire, killing killing a grandmother. a cornell university fraternity president charged with trying to rape a fellow student is due in court tomorrow. as he claims his innocence, the school has suspended his fraternity. we get more now from abc's
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>> reporter: the president of an elite ivy league fraternity is in jail, accused of sexually assaulting a female student on campus. 21-year-old wolfgang ballinger, president of psi upsilon at cornell university, surrendering to police four days after the alleged attack. the college junior, seen here in this youtube video talking about his goals. >> at a young age i was taught to appreciate the value of hard work and especially self-made worth. >> reporter: ballinger, whose father owns a famous new york music club, is charged with three felony counts. >> the speed with which they took this case from the university's purview and brought it into a criminal setting suggests that the prosecution believes they have a strong case. >> reporter: according to court documents, the alleged victim claims ballinger tried forcing himself on to her in his fraternity house bedroom several times, despite her saying, i don't want to. in a statement to abc news, ballinger's attorney denies the accusations, saying, wolfgang
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charges that have been filed against him. cornell university president elizabeth garrett released this statement, after suspending the fraternity. sexual violence has no place at cornel. we will be considering what additional steps should be taken to ensure the greek community at cornell is living up to our institutional standard of excellence and respect for others. a sentiment shared by students here on campus. >> it's not representative of us as a community and us as a school. >> reporter: wolfgang ballinger remains in county jail, awaiting his next court date on tuesday. phillip mena, abc news, ithaca, new york. a royal message of support from britain's duchess kate for children facing mental health challenges. prince william's wife seen in this video speaking to a group of school children. she asked the group if they feel that they can talk to their friends at school and whether the friends are helpful. then she delivers a message to the camera. >> while we cannot always change a child's circumstances, we can give them the tools to cope and
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with early support, they can learn to manage their emotions and feelings and know when to seek help. >> the duchess is the royal patron of the uk children's charity, which provides counseling for children in schools. well, hundreds of millions of people are celebrating the lunar new year today. huge fireworks display lit up the sky over china's capital to mark the start of the year of the monkey. >> yes. there were also fireworks closer tradition by burning paper money. here in the u.s., facebook founder mark zuckerberg and his wife and daughter wished viewers a happy new year in mandarin. [ speaking foreign language ] >> the zuckerbergs announced they've picked a chinese name for their 2-month-old daughter max. it's chen mingyu.
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celebration featured famous chefs from china. and i have to say, if you were born in the year of the monkey, you've got to look up the dates, my girlfriend roni's mother says today. the start of the -- yes, you protect yourself from the evil >> yes. >> okay. thank you. >> very important. >> thank you. i was ahead of the game. coming up in "the skinny," the lady in red. lady gaga and her version of the national anthem at the super bowl. also ahead, coldplay's unforgettably colorful performance during halftime and the other artists joining the we'll have the memorable moments. first, the frightening scene in london. a bus exploding on a bridge. why there are many people who are angry about this after finding out it was a stunt. blizzard warnings in new you're watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now"
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we're getting new details this morning in that plane explosion in somalia that left a hole in the fuselage. authorities say surveillance tape shows two men handing off a laptop to a third man before the flight. they believe the computer was rigged with a bomb which triggered the explosion. the suspect who died was believed to be a member of al shabaab, the terror group. well, a lazy sunday afternoon in london was shattered by a massive explosion and a fireball on one of the city's most iconic bridges. >> there was a good reason for the blast but not everyone got the heads up about it. jennifer eccleston explains. >> reporter: an iconic double-decker bus, crossing a
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flames. debris flying into the air. >> oh, my god! >> reporter: the scene so realistic, so terrifying, many didn't know what was happening. >> it was quite a drama. >> reporter: author sophie kinsella was at a nearby playground playing with her kids. >> i really thought what i was looking at was possibly a major event. >> reporter: but the explosion on london's bridge just a stunt for action star jackie chan's new film "the foreigner." nigel huddleston catching it on camera. clearly aware it was staged. the production team sent out saying, quote, the explosion is controlled. but not everyone was informed. bringing back memories of the other time a london bus was targeted, the deadly terror attacks in the summer of 2005. some finding the similarity
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city officials reassured the public the explosion was just a stunt, but in these times of heightened terror fears, even fiction can hit too close to home. jennifer eccleston, abc news, london. >> terrifying, especially after london bombings that took place years ago. >> a little insensitive indeed. absolutely. well, coming up in the skinny, the big nonfootball moments from the super bowl. >> including a wrap-up of the halftime show. you're watching "world news now."
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skinny so skinny hey, let's start "the skinny" like they started the games last night, with the national anthem. >> yes, and of course singing "the star-spangled banner" was lady gaga. she came out in a custom cherry red suit with flared leg trousers. >> loved it. >> this was custom made by gucci, by the way, the designer there. she started out a little slow but let it build to a soaring finish. o'er the land of the free
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the brave >> i love that. >> nailed it. >> chills at the end there as the jets soared over. gaga, just incredible job and getting lots of praise for her stern rendition. >> yeah, very nice. good job for her. next the other highly anticipated performance, the halftime show starring beyonce. >> and featuring coldplay. it's technically the other way around, but it didn't turn out that way. the four british lads were cute and all on stage with their colorful display, a kid orchestra, plus a marching band. you make me feel like i'm alive again >> they sounded all right. but that was really just the opener.
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arrive injecting some much needed funk into the scene. hallelujah girls sing hallelujah 'cause uptown funk going to give it to you >> bruno doing sort of like an mc hammer version of "uptown funk," a nod to the bay area's early '90s superstar. >> and now that we're all warmed up, time for the queen. >> yeah, bring it. from louisiana you make that >> i love her fresh prince moves. everyone, nice dance moves. >> right on. >> try to copy that. >> okay, and many viewers agreeing she should just do the halftime show every year. the show had a lot of nods to the past. her outfit and dancers looking like that of michael jackson's
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halftime show. and the dancers, the black panthers, also marking 50 years this year, wearing berets and black leather. >> love the homage. very interesting. they also came together at the end for a very moving ending with a colorful message, believe in love. many reading it as a tribute to same-sex civil rights. >> and there was a pride flag that chris martin had when he reached down into the stands. but all of that was to say that beyonce is going on tour. the formation world tour, the new video that she released on saturday and the formation world tour kicks off in miami, april 27th. >> you've got to go. >> and beyonce announcing that presales go on in two days. >> i was waiting for some sort of announcement. i thought maybe there was a baby announcement of some sort. remember when she did that big baby move? >> yeah. >> world tour. could be almost as good as a baby. world tour. >> yes.
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skinny," the love of family on a big day. manning celebrating peyton manning's big win. >> little brother eli doing what little brothers do best. when the eldest gets all the attention. oh. >> he didn't really celebrate. >> we also felt for you, bro.
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peyton finishes his gatorade. >> peyton manning! >> reporter: well, okay, there's got to be this, right? the coin toss. and joe montana looking more like bro montana for carolina, hooking them up with nice form, too. >> carolina wins the toss. >> reporter: finally, we have some football. denver hopped on the board first with a field goal. then panthers qb cam newton on his very own 11 yard line gets sacked and stripped by von miller. losing it in the end zone. the broncos bump their lead to ten. but then carolina running back jon stewart reveals he left "the daily show" apparently to get his pilot's license. going airborne into the end zone. with some more confidence, the panthers drive again but the party ended with cam man getting canned again right before halftime. a bunch of people come out, do some singing and dancing. we all get together >> reporter: enough of that.
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because of joe montana's toss. they hope to score with a field goal but graham gano gannot kick it through. the ball bounces off the upright. panthers get another chance. but here comes von miller again. with the panthers now deflated, bronco's c.j. anderson sees the end zone on a two-yard run. with the clock running out, manning and his broncos convert getting two points with the pass to ben fowler. nailing the coffin shut at 24-10. so peyton just won the super bowl. what's he going to do now? >> i'm going to drink a lot of beer tonight. budweiser, von miller's buying. >> reporter: all right. good thing you're fully hydrated. >> after some gatorade. >> i thought maybe he was going to announce his post career was going to be with gatorade and then he did the budweiser thing. >> yes. so what's your take away from this game? i mean, what does it say? >> the nfl? it says that there's going to be a super bowl next year. i'm very confident of it. around the same time.
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>> with reena. ame time.
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good mor good morning. i'm reena ninan. >> and i'm kendis gibson. here are some of the top headlines we're following this morning on "world news now." broncos' quarterback peyton manning is getting his second super bowl ring, but give credit to the denver defense for smothering the carolina panthers in the super bowl. the final skoeshgs 4-10. full coverage straight ahead. survival stories. at least two people were rescued in taiwan this morning two days after a powerful earthquake killed dozens of others. one survivor just pulled from the rubble of a high-rise was shielded by her husband's body. a dramatic blast on a london bridge had some onlookers on edge. but it wasn't as bad as it actually looks.
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a movie. notices were sent out ahead of the bus explosion, but not everyone got that memo. and happy lunar new year. it's now the year of the monkey, celebrated by hundreds of millions of people around the world. there were fireworks, firecrackers, and for the first time, new york city schools are closed for the holiday. those are some of our top stories on this monday, february 8th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> happy lunar new year. >> happy monkey. we are the monkey year. >> but you know, it's not actually a good thing. i just realized this. somebody was informing me over the weekend, if your birthday falls on the year of the monkey, you actually -- it's projecting to be a bad year, so that's why you have to do special things. >> okay. good to know. thank you. not so happy birthday, monkey folks. >> special things not needed for the winners of the super bowl, huh? >> there are celebrations all
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>> broncos winning it 24-10. the denver defense suffocated the carolina panthers who had the best offense in the nfl during the season. panthers' quarterback cam newton carolina coughed up the ball four times. >> in fact, denver's first touchdown was scored by the defense. the game's mvp was broncos' linebacker von miller' seen there. but he says the entire squad and his coach agrees. >> they've been doing it all year long. i mean, we kept him contained for the most part. he got out a few times. but we played great defense all year long, and today was no different. >> very cool. not only did kubiak coach the team to a super bowl but he also went with denver to super bowl as well. as for cam newton, he took the loss hard. he gave reporters a few short answers and then he walked out of the postgame news conference. come on, man. >> we feel for him. come on, cam. i feel you. i feel you. don't worry.
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he's coming back next year, right? >> he'll probably be back. but come on. >> i feel him. come on. it was a hard moment. i understand, cam. >> stay with abc news for super bowl coverage all morning long. we're going to take you live to california later on "america this morning" and on "good morning america." the big game in politics met for a brief moment last night when donald trump tweeted, so far the super bowl is very boring. not nearly as exciting as politics. trump and all the presidential candidates are campaigning today in new hampshire, ahead of the state's primary tomorrow. it's your voice, your vote. and abc's david wright is covering the republicans. >> reporter: marcomentum ran smack into chris christie. >> you have not been involved in a consequential decision where you had to be held accountable. you just simply haven't. >> reporter: marco rubio didn't exactly help himself. >> let's dispel with this fiction that barack obama doesn't know what he's doing. >> reporter: by getting stuck in his own talking points. >> this notion that barack obama doesn't know what he's doing it's just not true. >> there it is. >> he knows exactly what he's
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>> there it is. the memorized 25-second speech. there it is, everybody. >> reporter: trotting out the same well-practiced line. >> he knows what he's doing. >> reporter: four times. >> he knows what he's doing. >> you're getting pounded for repeating that speech. >> well, look, we raised more money last night in the first hour of that debate than any other debate. >> reporter: rubio did his best to ignore the headlines. >> after last night's debate, oh, you said the same thing three or four times. i'm going to say it again. >> reporter: but it was a red flag for some of the voters attending his event. >> he's a young senator just like obama was. i'm not so sure he's ready. >> reporter: chris christie couldn't agree more. >> just going for the newest or shiniest thing, we did that seven years ago. >> reporter: another headline, donald trump practically >> i'd bring back a hell of a lot worse than waterboarding. they chopped off heads. >> so we're going to chop off heads? >> we're going to do things beyond waterboarding, perhaps if that happens to come. >> reporter: trump seemed to enjoy torturing jeb bush. >> how tough is it to take
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clinton launched an attack on bernie sanders, portraying him as hypocritical. hermetically sealed and >> that's a hard word. that's a very hard word. >> just, you know, normal day words. >> s.a.t. >> sanders led over -- his lead over clinton, by the way, has shrunk to seven points. 51% to 44% according to the latest polls. perhaps more troubling for the sanders campaign since iowa, clinton's favorability ratings have increased to 75%. during a speech in portsmith, sanders barely made mention of clinton, sticking close to his standard speech. boy, tough lesson for drivers in wisconsin who thought that they found the perfect parking spot. the problem is, they parked on the frozen edge of lake geneva. the ice didn't hold up, it buckled sending more than a dozen cars into that frigid water. emergency crews scrambled to save some of the cars but at least ten of them are a total loss. the cars were empty. thankfully, no one was hurt. thin ice also a danger to
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falling through. neighbors who rushed to the scene were able to pull one boy to safety. rescue teams in cold water gear used an inflatable boat to rescue the others. thankfully, they're expected to be fine. boy, to be one of those mamas. >> yeah. winter storm watches, by the way, and warnings are being posted in the northeast again this morning. >> a snowstorm from the mid-atlantic is threatening new england while the midwest is expecting snow and dangerously cold windchills. all. morning to you, paul. >> morning to you, too, kendis and reena. or worse throughout minnesota and actually feeling like single as far as south as kansas city. then strong winds will be a problem. we're looking for isolated power outages, very gusty winds with localized whiteouts. problems with travel along i-94, i-90, i-80 and i-29. in the northeast the jet stream
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opportunity for more snow. kendis, reena. >> thank you so much, paul. forget about lunch at chipotle. every chipotle restaurant in the country will close for several hours to review food safety. the restaurant has made several changes since then including paid sick leave so that employees will stay at home when they're not feeling well. the cdc is apologizing after its latest recommendation about alcohol and pregnancy had many women angry. some saying the advice aimed at protecting unborn children went too far. abc's gloria riviera has the details. >> reporter: women across the country sounding off over the cdc's new guidelines on alcohol and pregnancy. >> it just makes no sense to me. >> are you serious? is this really what you feel comfortable telling your wife, your sister, your daughter? >> reporter: while many women support the cdc's long-standing warning about the dangers of drinking while pregnant, the new guidelines hit a nerve because
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professionals to advise a woman to stop drinking if she is trying to get pregnant or not using birth control with sex. outrage exploding on social media. calling the advice patronizing, reactionary and sexist. the women we spoke to telling us they can be trusted to make smart, safe choices. >> i really do feel they're overstepping their boundary in terms of what a woman can do with their own body. >> reporter: this is, perhaps, the right intention with a very wrong execution. >> reporter: the cdc points out half of all pregnancies in the u.s. are unplanned. many women don't know they are pregnant for several weeks. possibly unintentionally putting their child at risk. the cdc telling abc news, we were sorry some people took offense at our communications. the cdc is standing by its advice, which it says was only intended to clearly explain the risks drinking may have on an unborn child. gloria riviera, abc news, washington. and a new dad in alabama may
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to the hospital. >> talk about danny lowe who couldn't get his wife shawna to the emergency room fast enough. so he had to take matters into his own hands, literally. after the couple got pulled over for speeding, he delivered his own son on the side of the highway. >> instead of getting a speeding ticket, he got a helping hand from the state trooper. i'm always amazed at how people are able do this. >> quickly. >> very quickly. but in a car and you're trying to get there and your nerves. thankfully the baby is just fine. >> yeah. coming up, more super bowl coverage, including the celebrations in denver. also ahead, clearing the clutter out of your home and your life. the big business of getting rid of junk and the difference it can make. and the two young women posing as fund-raisers, preying on the elderly in a senior citizens home. the consumer alert. you're watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by
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a class action lawsuit has been filed against the university a class-action lawsuit has been filed against the university of central florida following a data breach that breach involved 63,000 social security numbers belonging to current and former students as well as workers at the orlando campus. the lawsuit alleges ucf may have known about the breach as early as december 2015. many iphone owners are angry at apple. their iphone 6s have stopped working after an operating system upgrade. they get an error 53 message. apple says it's a security measure. the fingerprint scanners on those iphones were repaired by someone other than apple. the scanners often need replacement when the phone is dropped. and users who get the error 53 say they've lost all their data. i worry about this. >> that is frightening.
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>> i just did that upgrade and now i can't get my e-mails. can't get any of my company e-mails, either that or the company hasn't passed on a message to me. >> we'll see you at 9:00 a.m. in the front office. the search continues this morning for two young women posing as bubbly teens and allegedly preying on retirement homes to make quick catch. >> they've been caught on tape in action. police hope to catch them before they scam even more vulnerable seniors. here's abc's aditi roy. >> reporter: the hunt is on for the two young women in this surveillance video, who police say have scammed residents of at least three retirement homes around houston. with the shake of a hand and a bounce in their step, watch as the women appear to sweet-talk their way into this apartment at the hallmark retirement community. >> they're very smooth. said they were the granddaughter of one of my other residents, so she let them in. >> reporter: the retirement home from a nearby high school, collecting money for a band trip. minutes later, they come out of the apartment with a $250 check, later, the resident had second
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check. so far, the pair has stolen hundreds of dollars from seniors. always ask for an i.d. before giving money to solicitors. >> our goal is to get this stopped. we want to protect our residents. >> reporter: photos of the pair, now splashed across the walls of the hallmark, where officials were caught on camera, will soon be caught for real. aditi roy, abc news, los angeles. well, coming up, a championship celebrates overnight. and we're going to take you to the streets of denver as they revel in their super bowl win. you're watching "world news
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denver. >> police right now are in riot gear and keeping a handle on crowds tonight. excitement is building. air tracker 7 was just over downtown denver. crowds have filled the streets. so far we haven't heard of any injuries, just a lot of people flooding downtown, as you can see there. denver 7's mark stewart leads off team coverage tonight. mark, it's pretty crazy on market street tonight. >> reporter: okay, molly. we're on the intersection of 20th and market. take a look into the street. we are just in the shadow of coors field. as you can see, a large crowd has blocked the intersection. police are nearby. where i am, at least, we haven't seen anyone -- well, there are some officers intact cal gear. but at this point, nothing has been done to break up this crowd. we will be here throughout the night and keep you posted. again, stay away from downtown denver. back to you. >> we are back live at levi stadium, the site of super bowl 50 where the broncos made
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it was a great night here at levi's stadium. so many fans were lucky to be inside, including denver. 7 reporter marshall. you were talking to some of the fans who got to see everything firsthand. marshall? >> reporter: inside those seats, where they're now sitting empty, i was able to capture what it's like for the fans, like this one here in the steve atwater jersey, what it's like to sit inside and see a super bowl from one of those seats. >> we won. >> reporter: we've told you how expensive it is to go to the super bowl. this is what it looks like if you actually had a chance to buy a seat for an ungodly amount of money. >> the view is pretty bad ass actually. you get to see everything. >> we got this. this is our game. >> reporter: inside levi's stadium, where the beer was 13 bucks and the food was crab, the broncos were well represented. more than half the stadium cheering for the good guys. with the score 3-0, this is what it looked and sounded like when
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malik jackson scored. [ cheers [ . >> woo hoo! >> reporter: then the broncos kept pounding away, much to the liking of denver mayor michael hancock. >> let's go! let's go! >> reporter: as the field went from football to halftime show, back to football and day turned into night, broncos fans got nervous, then not so nervous. >> yeah! >> reporter: then this. >> yeah. no! yeah. oh, my god. >> reporter: denver broncos, super bowl champions. >> big night for them. >> very big night for them. very cool perspective getting to see it there from their standpoint there. from our affiliate kmgh in denver. i guess they'll be celebrating a whole different sort of bowl in colorado tonight. >> i wonder if the kids get off
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finally this half hour, the battle against clutter. as many as one in four americans have so much junk in their two-car garages there's no room for a car. >> for the actual car. i guess it's become a trend to try to get rid of excess stuff. for some it sounds easier said than done. here's abc's lana zak. >> reporter: it's said humans adore chaos because we seek to produce order in our lives. >> oh, my goodness, we're making this difficult.
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the number one and two best sellers on the "new york times" self-help list are by marie condo, a japanese organization guru. according to one estimate, we spend a total of 3700 hours rummaging through clutter searching for items we've misplaced. >> i have tried very hard to have hooks in places where things should be and yet it's still, where's this? where's that? >> reporter: lisa says she struggles to keep up. >> it's a little overwhelming. school papers, actual work stuff all in the same teeny tiny space >> reporter: a message heard again and again. >> i just tend to keep the other people organized and then forget about myself. >> i get too tired. then i don't do anything for like three days. then i look up and my house is a disaster. >> reporter: i enlisted the help of professional organizer amy dobson to teach us her expert secrets. >> if you haven't used it in six months to a year, get rid of it. >> reporter: amy says the first tip, don't overthink it. sort everything into a keep
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next, know what you use. >> turn your hangers around and that way you can see what you actually wear and what you don't wear. >> reporter: her third tip, design systems with the whole family in mind. one parent couldn't get her kids to put away their laundry. >> they just had a lot of bins. and they could get the clothes into the bins. they weren't folded, but it didn't matter because it wasn't in the living room anymore. >> reporter: amy says one of the biggest pitfalls she encounters is one person sets up the organization system and the rest of the family doesn't follow along. to avoid this, do it together. if you need more motivation research says by decluttering your kitchen, you could decrease how much you snacked by up to 44%. lana zak, abc news, des moines. >> so that's how you lose weight. >> i believe it. i read the book. i did a lot from the book. a girlfriend of mine noticed that. >> we have an actual photo of you in your closet. >> but my shoes don't count. shoes are always perfectly organized. >> look at you with your manolo blahniks, jimmy shoes. >> jimmy choo's.
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