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abduction and murder of a 13-year-old girl. investigators said david eisenhauer and the victim were acquainted before her disappearance last wednesday. he's charged with kidnapping the girl and killing her. the other student allegedly helped dispose of the body. >> members of the two rival motorcycle gangs in denver are blaming each other for a deadly shooting this week. one of the gangs is made up mostly of police and military. one of the club members fired a gun during the melee on saturday but it was in self-defense. a rival of the mongols was killed. >> in philadelphia, we may learn new details about that deadly amtrak crash in may. a report out today is expected to explain why the train streaked into a sharp curve at double the speed limit. it's the first significant development since investigators determined that excessive speed was a key factor in the crash. eight people died in that crash and more than 200 others were injured. five restaurant coworkers have ever been killed in a house fire near detroit.
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in their 20s were found in the basement of the home. the home is in novi, a northwest suburb of detroit. >> chicago firefighters spent the weekend delivering bottled water to the people of flint, michigan. high levels of lead have left the water from the tap unsafe to drink. alex perez has the latest from the flint. >> reporter: embattled michigan governor rick snyder is facing harsh criticism for the latest revelation in flint's on going water crisis. e-mails exposed by progress michigan reveal the state shipped bottled water to workers in flint some eight months before residents were officially told the drinking water was unsafe. governor snyder's rely. >> i had no knowledge of that taking place. >> reporter: the e-mails included a department memo which said coolers will be provided as an option os "as long as the public water does not meet treatment requirements." the city warned the sick and elderly residents of potentially harmful chemicals in the water
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otherwise safe to drink. the state defends their decision saying they only provided the water temporarily till that particular chemical threat was over. dangerous levels of lead were later founded in flint water and 200 kids so far have tested positive. >> knowing somebody did this to my kid, i can't sleep at night. >> reporter: officials are warning the filters they handed out to residents may not be eb enough to keep their water safe. alex perez, abc news, flint, michigan. >> 675-year-old man south of boston is thankful this morning for what appears to have ever been divine intervention that saved his life. doug goldman was cutting down a tree in the woods when it fell on top of him severely injured his legs. it was trapping him for two hours. he yelled for help and luckily, his prayers were answered by a nun who happened to be praying in the woods. >> the patient told us himself he'd been there for about two
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heard him screaming for help. >> wow. fire officials say if it weren't for that nun running back to her nearby convent to call 11 for help, he would not have lasted through the night. is he now recovering this morning in the hospital. >> lucky guy. powerful winter storm is battling the southwest and it's set to move across the country. heavy winds knocked over trees in southern california killing at least one person in san diego. heavy rains flooded highways and nearly a foot of snowdroped over parts of reno. now that storm is taking aim on the great plains and midwest. accuweather's paul williams has the latest. morning, paul. >> thanks, reena, phillip. a blizzard is brewing throughout the midwest. by the time we get into monday night, we'll see the tail end of this blizzard begin to evolve and move across kansas, nebraska and sliding across iowa and right into the green bay area by wednesday morning with road closures, near zero visibility, blowing and drifting snow and
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now, it won't necessarily be that way everywhere throughout the east coast and southeast, temperatures it 10 to 20 degrees bob the norm for this time of year. then a good thing becomes a not so good thing. greatest risk of severe weather from st. louis over to little rock down to new orleans with a clans of tornadoes in the memphis down to mississippi. reena, phillip. >> all right, paul, thank you. gas prices continue their downward trend toward their lowest level in six years. the average price for a gallon of gas nationwide is now $1.80. that's down four cents from last time last year. the national average has been below $2 now for a month because of increased supplies an of crude oil. >> well, burger king set to roll out a new treat sure to delight burger lovers available nationwide today. extra long buttery cheeseburger has all the standards. you see bun, paddy, vegetable
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drenchs in a buttery garlic cause. the cheeseburger will be featured on the two for $5 menu. >> so you can be like i just had one burger. that's how get around it. i see you working burger king. i see you working. the countdown to the super bowl is on and the broncos and panthers are in california and so are cam newton's pants. >> the carolina qb making a bold fashion statement. the pants are by versace. and they sold out everywhere. those images inspiring all sorts of reactions. >> one tweet said cam newton dressed like shawn michaels as the wrestlemania. that's about right. another one said cam newton, biz above and party below. that's about right. >> biz above, party below. >> biz is on top, party on the bottom. this guy has so much swag right now. he is so confident. he's probably going to be the mvp. he's wearing whatever he wants, and it shows. look at that whatever he wants.
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>> if i could throw a football like cam newton, i would be wearing versace zebra pants and they would sell out. that's the way it is. >> i'd like to see you do that your next live shot. see if anybody notices. >> send me to the super bowl, abc. i will wear them. wherever you want to send me. >> from the pro bowl to the brand-new pro hockey mvp. it is almost time for sports with reena. >> i'm the pro. >> uh-huh. can't wait for it. also ahead, the netflix hit true crimes story that's captured viewers. >> and the zeke yag virus spread by mosquitoes. the young victims, the public health scare and who is taking action after another look at our forecast map. you're watching "world news now." the leading cough liquid only provides relief for four hours, but did you know there's a product that lasts for twelve hours? try delsym
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images from one of the most active volcanoes in mexico. this time lapse video of the colima volcano spewing ash and smoke high into the air with no signs of slowing down. scientists are monitoring it and nearby residents have ever been warned they may need to evacuate. the volcano has erupted more than 40 times including several times in the past few years. growing concerns over the zika virus is prompting the world health organization to hold an emergency meeting today. the w.h.o. is looking to find ways to stop the spread of the disease which is linked to birth defects. >> the virus is carried by mosquitoes and here in the u.s., one texas woman describes its symptoms. here's abc's dr. richard besser. >> reporter: we head into the countrysided to visit one of the many families here dealing with the zika virus. >> nice to see you. the baby in this house is 3 months old. anna beatrice born with microcephaly microcephaly, an abnormally small head.
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the infection when she was three months pregnant. >> when did you know there was a problem with anna beatrices? never? and this virus that took so many by surprise is on the move. nearly 40 cases reported in the u.s. lizzie morales got zika on a christmas visit to el salvador. she developed a rash. >> it was all over my body. have you no strength, no energy to do anything. not to even sit down. >> reporter: she is not pregnant and her symptoms subsided. women in the u.s. with the virus and a number of says the in the south that are particularly vulnerable to mosquitos that carry the virus leading to questions how prepared we are to handle an outbreak in the u.s. >> it's a new phenomenon. the more relearn the better we can guide prevention and control efforts. >> reporter: back at her home, anna's mother is doing everything she can for her child. dr. richard besser, abc news. >> it's so heart breaking. they're also offering is advice
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as late as 2018 to have babies. they don't know exactly what could be happening with this disease. there's really nothing that i've heard of that you could take that would protect you from, give you immunity to this. a lot of women are canceling trips down there because they're thinking of having children and don't want the risk. >> why would you want to even like you said, even risk that. i mean it's your child. and like 2018, that's a long time. >> sure is. >> it's a long time. it is a scary thing. >> uh-huh. coming up, convicted murderer steven avery hoping for another chance. >> what his new lawyer is saying that might overturn his
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making a murderer". >> i didn't do it. i'm innocent. >> reporter: reaching out from jail his new attorney tweeting this handwritten note after meeting with avery. to my supporters i want every forensic test done because i am innocent. zellner a high powered chicago attorney known for overturning wrongful convictions wasting no time in criticize ing his former attorney even taking to twitter defending her client. >> we do everything necessary that's forensically available. >> reporter: the spotlight putting the spotlight on his journey. a rap he didn't commit only to be charged for the murder of 25-year-old teresa haul bach and convicted. >> it's hard enough. you know, going to prison for something you didn't do and you got to do it all over again. >> reporter: now zellner telling us she noticed something strange yesterday. seven of her tweets about the former prosecutor and
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evidence mysteriously deleted. she doesn't believe twitter deleted them. if the truth hurts, just delete it. zellner launching an independent investigation focusing on dna evidence found on haul bach's rav4 that prosecutors said linked avery to the murder. the attorney even purchasing the same car model haul bach owned. >> i want to examine what was not tested in the car that should have ever been tested. since 2007, there have ever been sith advances in forensic testing. >> even hinting that someone else killed teresa haul bach. >> clearly there are other people we're looking at. that's always done in a case like this. >> reporter: eva pilgrim, abc news, new york. >> the series making a murderer is so popular right now. that put the spotlight on this. if you've watched it, there are a lot of things that don't seem to add up. but at the same time, the filmmakers here have ever been getting a lot of criticism
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information, some things that prosecutors are pointing out it's unfair. if you watch it the whole time, you're like well, i don't know about that. >> you watch this. >> absolutely. interesting to see the resolution. coming up, sports with reena. my favorite. your clever moves won't stop the cold and flu. but disinfecting with lysol can. because lysol wipes and spray are approved to kill more types of germs than clorox. including those that can make you sick. for a healthy home this cold and flu season... lysol that. >> i'm alex trebek. if you're age 50 to 85, this is an important message. so please, write down the number on your screen. the lock i want to talk to you about isn't the one on your door. it's a rate lock for your life insurance
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one of my favorite parts of the which can is upon us. reena knows how much i love sports. so i cannot wait to see you get going here. >> thank you, phil. i appreciate that. you know i got this one. less than one week away to the super bowl. last night all the great players who will not be playing enjoying island time at the pro bowl. apparently held every year in hawaii. the talent incredible. the defense almost nonexistent. and the stakes, well, the game means absolutely nothing. seahawks qb russell wilson named the offensive mvp. who did he offend. >> what did he do? >> he completed three passes to
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six points in that zone. if you total it up, that's 18. good job. don't forget tip your waiters and 20% there. >> i was told there would be no mathing. > they won 49-27. those numbers get complicated. >> take the one. >> and earlier in the evening, there was even more all-star action. this time on the ice. the nhl all-star playoffs and the captain of the pacific division john scott, this is an incredible story. you know why? because he was voted in by the fans as a joke. and the nhl tried to stop him from playing, even demoted him to the minor leagues pressuring him not to play. he said not going to have that. he ended up scoring two goals which is one shy of that hat thing they do. the performance earning him the title of mvp. you go, john into who is laughing now, right? >> who is laughing now. from the ice to iceland. vikings taking on the boys on the soccer field or witch as
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team usa scoring first with michael bradley kicking it to jo altidore for the goal. free kick. making a break toward the goal right there as bradley was boom, they score. take the lead. later the game tied at two and in the 90th minute, bradley look at that, bam, headbutts the ball into the goal. team usa wins 3-2 as they gear up for the world cup two years away in russia. it's going to be great. looking forward to that. >> i'm looking forward to you calling another goal. >> goal. i might use that for the iowa caucus tomorrow morning. >> there you go. trump. >> trump. cruz, cruz, no goal. goal. >> i love that story though. that nhl story. that is so great. you know? there you go. he got the mvp. he didn't even -- wasn't supposed to be in the game. that's the story. >> very impressive. that's the news and sports for this half hour.
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this morning on "world news now," today's iowa caucuses. >>a months of posturing and debates and controversial comments, the republicans and democrats of iowa make the first decisions in the race for the white house. we are live in des moines with extensive coverage. >> tough questions about the southern california prison escapee who helped the three men break out of the maximum security jail, and how was one of the inmates' teachers involved? >> airline outrage. profits are up while the cost of fuel is down. why are ticket prices still so high? and later, diversity on stage at the s.a.g. awards. winners of all races and backgrounds speaking out about
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it's monday, february 1st. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> good morning. on a busy monday. i'm phillip mena. >> good to have you here. i'm reena ninan. you were saying, western talking about the caucuses starting up. big today in iowa, huh. >> everybody has been waiting for it. we've been talking about it for months and months. today is the big day. >> they're saying it might be snowing. they're trying to push people to get out and vote and get there. it's the nation's first presidential nominating contest hours away. after months of hectic campaigning the latest polls showing a tight race. it's your voice your vote. brandi hitt is in des moines. morning to you, brandi. >> reporter: good morning reena and phillip. i agree with you. monday is finally here. we've been talking about if there for so long. the caucus day is finally here. we're in the media center where the vote totals will be slowly evening.
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could be a factor. but this weekend, man, these candidates have ever been so busy crisscrossing this state staying up late into the evening with their campaigns and still both races right now are too close to predict. in this final push for iowa votes -- >> thank you, bill, thank you chelsea. >> reporter: both hillary clinton and donald trump are bringing out the big guns. their families. >> he will be unbelievable. the best dealmaker, the best master negotiator. >> thank you. >> reporter: that includes rumph's wife melania and clinton's daughter chelsea. >> so please join me in welcoming, i hope, our next president. >> reporter: the latest poll shows trump leading the gop race, now five points ahead of ted cruz. >> i don't care if you're feeling horrible, have you 104 temperature. get out of bed and caucus. >> reporter: on the democratic side, it's a tight race between clinton and bernie sanders.
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24 hours is to make sure that there is a large voter it urnout. >> reporter: sanders volunteers knocking on 75,000 doors this weekend alone. cruz attended church in iowa. >> did you pray for victory. >> i prayed that god's will be done. >> reporter: his rival senator marco rubio casting cruz as the favorite. >> ted cruz is clearcally the front-runner. >> clearly the favori. >> he has 10,000 volunteers he spent millions of dollars here. >> speaking of millions of dollars, the des moines register says all of these candidates have spent more than $33 million combined right here in iowa alone on television ads. we have been seeing them nonstop here this weekend, reena and phillip. >> for anyone who needs a refresher, can you walk us how does that work. >> it's complicated. this. at 7:00 tonight, yes, only at 7:00, you're going to see roughly 1600 what we would normally calling places open,
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a lot of them are public buildings, libraries, on the republican side, if you're caucusing on the republican side, you walk in and in a large group of people. you may hear pitches from the candidates at the last minute. then you either write down a name on a scratch piece of paper in some of these houses or possibly a ballot who you're going to choose. then you secretly drop it into a binn and that is your vote. on the democratic side though, it's much more public. you go to your caucus place. you decide to group with your neighbors, might be 100, 200, sometimes 300 people there. groups. if you're a bernie sanders supporter, you go into one area of the room. of the room. if you don't have at least 15% support of that room in your group, let's say o'malley only had 10%, it doesn't count. it's considered void in a way. so those people in the o'malley group can then decide in front
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support sanders or clinton or nobody. and then they can join in. it's going to be a very fluid situation. that's why sometimes with these results, it's hard to know who is declared the victor or not for the state. >> it sounds like it could be a very long night for you brandi hitt. >> it will be fun. i can't wait. >> she's so excited about this. we love it. brandi hitt reporting live from des moines. thank you so much. and abc's jonathan karl is also in des moines where he's finding volunteers are the key toet going voters to the caucuses. >> reporter: one of the many hillary clinton office in iowa. it's boots on the ground time in iowa. these hillary volunteers are armed with detailed information on every door they'll knock. >> sometimes you show up, at someone's door and they're on your list as a hillary or bernie supporter and they've switched over to trump. >> reporter: we're at rubio supporters, calling people to make sure they know where to go to caucus. >> this location is sergeant
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student at iowa state. in addition to the visits and the calls, iowans have ever been bombarded with 60,000 campaign ads, 17,000 this month alone. politician. >> donald trump? new york values. >> clinton and bush. >> reporter: and then there's the junk mail. some iowans received this ominous envelope. election alert. voter violation. official public record stamped on the document inside. underneath, the person's voting score, whether they've voted in recent elections. and information about their neighbors. caucus on monday to improve your score it says. warning of a follow-up notice after the vote. not a government document but a mailer from the cruz campaign. iowa's secretary of state denounced as deceptive. over at the diner, these folks are still truly undecided. >> had when are you going to make that decision? >> maybe 7:00 tomorrow.
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>> the deciding factor in this race could be people who have never been to a caucus before. on the democratic side, bernie sanders and on the republican side, donald trump are counting on a big turnout, a first time caucusgoers to put them over the top. jonathan karl, abc news, des moines. >> and we want to remind you, live coverage from iowa copies in our next half hour as well as on "good morning america" with george ab-robin in des moines. look for more coverage on world news tonight and all night long. >> a second virginia tech student has been arrested in connection with the abduction and murder of a 13-year-old girl. polices in blacksburg announced yesterday that natalie marie keepers has been charged in the case. earlier david eisenhauer was clashlged with first degree murder and abduction. investigators say he and the victim knew each other. >> based on evidence we have
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her where are acquainted. he used this relationship to his advantage to abduct and then kill her. >> both students are being held without bond. the investigationing is still on going. yesterday, a state police search and recovery team searched a pond on the virginia tech campus. >> all three of the southern california jail escapees are behind bars this morning. one surrendered on friday and the other two were captured saturday night thanks to an alert citizen. now authors are trying to determine who helped them. abc's matt gutman has the latest details. >> reporter: they rappelled out of the jail from the roof. but were hauled back in through the front door. with all three fudgetives now in custody -- >> >> we're actively investigating over suspects that may have helped. >> reporter: it was a citizen tip that helped with the capture of hussein nayairerery in san francisco. police chasing nayeri.
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behind their ward to the roof of this maximum security jail. nooshafarian ra vague gi they say provided them with maps. >> he's been described as a psychopath. is that something you would say is a fitting description? >> i think it is. >> the three are being held in a different part of the same maximum facility jail they broke out of. this one has a more modern layout. this time the three of them are being held separately. matt gutman, abc news, santa ana, california. >> to the northeast now and a mystery fireball in the sky. the apparent white hot fiber ball was caught on dashcam video soaring across the heavens saturday evening. it was seen as far as away as the washington, d.c. area. there's no official word on whether it was a meteor. observers described the fireball as having colorful fragments and looking like it fell apart or exploded.
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are spending their first night in california. >> yep and the first to land in san jose, the broncos led by quarterback peyton manning. they're playing in their second super bowl in three years. >> and an hour later, the carolina panthers arrived leaded by of course, cam newton. if you can look closely, he was rocking very, very wild versace pants. got to look closely for that one. >> i don't think he's come down quite yet. you'll see it sooner or later >> there you go. looks like cam and half zebra mated together for that outfit. but none of the players spoke to reporters there, saving that for the much anticipated media day which actually happens tonight. noward if he'll be wearing those pants or not. >> he can wear whatever he wants. he's cam newton. >> you're probably right. coming up "the mix," campaign humor and a fashion statement featuring who else but bernie sanders. >> also ahead, airlines cashing in as fuel prices keep dropping. when will passengers finally get
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>> and diversity in the spotlight at the s.a.g. awards. performers from all races and backgrounds lashing out about the oscars controversy. >> and remember, find us on facebook and twitter @abcwnn. you're watching "world news now."
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experts are making one final attempt today to salvage that capsized cargo ship stranded off the coast of france. high winds and rough seas
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the ship has been adrift for five days and if today's attempt fails, the vessel will run aground tomorrow night. 22 crew members were evacuated by helicopter last week. high in the sky, frightening moments played out on a british airways flight. two hours into the flight, the boeing 747 had to return to be heathrow airport after two of the five sets of landing gear wheels broke. mid flight. it crippled the jet. they made a safe landing and passengers had to get off one row at a time to avoid tipping the unstable aircraft. i've never heard of anything like this before. >> last year the major airlines cashing in on low fuel costs and bag kaj fees but despite discounts, fares keep going up. >> there are still bargains to be had. you have to do your homework. luckily for us, we've got rebecca jarvis with three ways
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>> reporter: airline profits are flying high. benefitting from the dramatic decline in oil prices. the cost of fuel down as much as 40% from last year. but if you're speccing to find similar savings in the price of your ticket, that's just pie in the sky. >> the consumers had their thumb on the scale for over a decade, now the airlines have their thumb on that scale. >> reporter: the airlines say the record profits are going back into the business. but overall, ticket costs are up 1.5% since last year. so, how do you get the best deal? on your next trip? use pick all the routes you fly regularly, and input them to the site. when a sale comes up, you get an e-mail. bingo, big deal. >> reporter: plus, even if you're traveling as a group, book seats individually. >> if there's one bargain seat, the search engine won't see it if you look for two. it's real easy. link them afterwards and then pick your seat assignment. >> reporter: finally, the closest airport may not be the cheapest.
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airports, the hubs when you book your travel and you could save as much as 15%. rebecca jarvis, abc news, new york. great tips. >> coming through. coming up in our next half hour, we go from the air to the road with an american favorite, the drive-through being utilized by the emerging marijuana market. picking up your cannabis in your car. it's a growing trend across many states. >> first it, hollywood's biggest stars coming together and honoring each other but this weekend's s.a.g. awards were a very different affair than what
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. well, this past weekend, movie fans got another round, big round of clues on who will take home this year's oscars into the screen actors guild doled out plenty of awards with some surprises for those hoping to make oscar predictions. abc's chris connelly was there for it all. >> oscar so white, perhaps. >> queen latifah. >> viola davis. >> the s.a.g. awards yeah, not so much. >> welcome to diverse tv. >> not even nominated for an oscar. idris elba winning best supporting male actor for "beast of no nation" emblematic of the way s.a.g. actors only voters flip the script to reward a wide spectrum of work.
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not people. knock that thing away. >> from queen latifah honored for hbo's "bessie" to "orange is the new black" winner of two awards. jason bateman presenting the best tv comedy male actor to the man who played his father on "arrested development" jeffrey tam bore on transparent." >> i'm going to stop shaking. >> for supporting female actor alicia vick candor awarded for danish girl winning meant hitting the road. >> i want to go out and celebrate. i'm going to sit on a plane and get really drunk by myself. and ask everyone in the cabin to dance with me. >> the cast of spotlight. >> game on with a win for outstanding motion picture cast, "spotlight" climbed back into the oscars best picture race. >> did you know this was something special you were doing. >> from the minute i read it, i felt in my heart it was a special thing that had to be shown and told.
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when she enjoys it, we enjoy it even more. and i enjoy it. ultragel. all right. it's time for "the mix" and since it is the big day, iowa caucus, we thought we would start with politics. we wanted to show you a t-shirt that is going viral in iowa. it features one of the candidates larry david. there it is. bernie sanders. that is him. look at that. all these bernie heads. this guy from iowa, he bought it and he wore it at a couple of rallies and lots of cameras around, of course. all his supporters is started retweeting it. that's the new fashion trend of the season. >> very cool. feel the burn and sport the burn. >> feel the burn. there you go.
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bernie sanders conveys all there on a t-shirt. >> that's pretty funny. >> he came up and saw the shirt. you can tell he's like perplexed oh my god, my face is on the shirt. you can tell he thinks it's weird and like his photographer for the campaign like told me, he's like bernie thinks the shirt is really creepy. >> it's interesting. you know? >> yeah, it is. i guess it is kind of creepy if it's your face on it. i like it though. it's funny. >> from t-shirts to tractors. we found the most patriotic tractor in america. of course, it's in iowa. take a look at this one. hand created. look at that. got the bald eagle and everything. that's gary loeffler of west des moines. he is a big backer of mike huckabee. he likes his positions on guns, abortion and god and believes huckabee is a man of god. so he created this tractor and he's kind of following around huckabee and you may remember, huckabee won the state in 2008.
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the one who can stand up to what he calls the clinton machine. >> okay. >> by the way, he also put a snake on there because he says that stands for isis will, al qaeda and the taliban. well thought out, huh? >> sure is. let's switch gears a little bit. we are going to show you a surfer that took on a little bit more than he could handle. they call it jaws, this huge wave in may which because it eats surfers up. look at that fall. 40 feet. >> whoa. >> thankfully we're showing this to you because this is not faces of death. he did come out on top and he is okay. in fact, he said that he was going to ride it again the next day. >> very cool. >> there it is. >> talk about death defying. how about a slightly terrifying for me as a mom, a young kid got a loose tooth. what does he do? takes his race car toy. ties it up. and he pushes the button. >> everyone ready?
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this morning on "world news now," all eyes on iowa for today's caucuses with hillary clinton barely leading the democrats and a new poll showing donald trump as the gop front-runner. can we expect political surprises tonight? >> extreme weather. the deadly storm that slammed southern california is about to bring heavy snow to the middle of the country. today's warnings from accuweather. >> and new this half hour, drive up and drive away with pot. >> it's a new trend for recreational marijuana sellers. it's high time for a drive-through window. and later, big screen exposure for anthony weiner. the documentary about his scandal wins prestigious awards that's in "the skinny" on this
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ny" on this monday, february 1st >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> hey, good monday morning, everyone. i'm reena ninan. happy iowa caucus day. >> that's right. and groundhog's day eve, as well. you know, big decisions on the cusp, it's coming. some iowa voters might see their shadow. not get them confused we'll see. that is where we start. the presidential candidates face their first test at the ballot box in today's iowa caucuses. box in today's iowa caucuses. >> the latest polls show that the tight race there was both parties at the candidates squeeze in last-minute rallies and events. >> on the republican side, donald trump has retaken the leaded from senator ted cruz with marco rubio in a distant third place. our coverage begins with abc's tom llamas. >> reporter: in iowa, donald trump and his family trying to close their biggest deal of all. >> he will be unbelievable. the best deal maker, the best master negotiator.
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babies. an all-out push to turn poll numbers into real votes. >> i don't care if you're feeling horrible, you have a 104 temperature, the doctor says you cannot leave. it will be the end of you if you leave bed. you cannot leave. you will not be able to make it. get out of bed and caucus. >> reporter: the man who wants to win iowa, his wife melania by his side. >> just write down the name trump and you are done. that's it. very exciting. >> trump's sons at a shooting range sounding a lot like their dad. >> a poll came out where he's doing very, very well. i think you all saw that. listen, fingers crossed. >> trump. church receiving a blessing from the pastor. senator ted cruz also attending church, both candidates competing for thee evangelical >> senator, happy sunday. did you pray for victory? done. or senator rubio?
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did. >> i'm lifting up in prayers all that god's blessing and peace and love be upon them. >> reporter: in the final days, cruz slipping under heavy fire from trump but another rival, senator marco rubio with the political play, an casting cruz as the favorite, setting expectations sky high. >> ted cruz is clearly the front-runner. >> he has 10,000 volunteers. he's spent millions of dollars here. >> reporter: rubio pulling in third place, hoping for a cruz crash and leaving iowa voters with this promise. >> i will never embarrass you. you will never cringe and say i can't believe i voted for him. >> reporter: as for trump family, melania tells me she's excited the entire family stays here in iowa. as for the campaign itself, staffers are anxious but confident. few people have won the iowa tom llamas, adair, iowa. >> on the democratic side, hillary clinton's final push for votes has turned into a
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both daughter chelsea and former president bill clinton hit up the crowds as candidate hillary clinton continued to downplay questions about whether she broke the law with government e-mails on her private server. yesterday, clinton traveled nearly 300 miles across iowa, nearly twice the ground covered by bernie sanders. by her nearest challenger, bernie sanders. >> the big question is will that be enough for clinton to outpace clinton at the polls. the latest poll in iowa shows clinton and sanders in a statistical tie, and yesterday, sanders appeared confident. this land is your land, this land is my land >> sanders announced yesterday that his campaign has raised more than $20 million in january, asserting that he will continue to match clinton's considerable corporate resources. and stay with abc news all day long as george and robin begin our live coverage from iowa on "good morning america" and the entire political team reporting this evening on "world news
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-- world news tonight. look for an iowa caucus wrap-up on "world news now" tomorrow morning. >> big day. two virginia tech students are being held arrested after kidnapping and murder of a 13-year-old girl. friends say they can't believe that the pair would be involved in such a brutal crime. here's abc's eva pilgrim. >> reporter: two virginia tech students under arrest in connection with the death of 13-year-old nicole lovell. >> late saturday night, the investigation led us to 18-year-old david e. eisenhauer, a virginia tech student. >> reporter: police say he was charged with kidnapping and murder, knew the victim, and that he used that relationship to his advantage. eisenhauer is an engineering major and track star seen here in a profile by our abc affiliate in baltimore. a second student sophomore natalie keepers charged as an accessory, accused of helpingizen hour dispose of the body. lovell's parents say she disappeared after climbing out of her bedroom window. more than 1,000 volunteers searched for days. lovell had a liver transplant as a young child and needed daily
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>> i didn't think that would happen to her because she was always the cutest little thing. >> reporter: saturday, police discovered her body 80 miles away. lovell's father breaking the news on facebook, devastated to learn that my daughter has been found dead. i'm so in shock. i know nothing more to say. i'm broken." both suspects are being held without bail. eva pilgrim, abc news, new york. >> now, overseas to syria where triple bombings killed at least 50 near a revered shrine. more than 100 others were wounded. isis is claiming responsibility. the attack comes as factions are gathering for peace talks in geneva. those talks have yet to get under way. but there was some movement. a u.n. mediator met for the first time with the main opposition delegation. >> the world health organization is meeting in emergency session today over ways to battle the growing zika virus outbreak. the group could decide to declare the virus a global health emergency which could
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brain damage in thousands of babies mostly in south america. >> here at home, a major winter storm is developing in the southwest and moving across the country. strong winds toppled trees in southern california. killing at least one person in san diego. heavy rains flooded lanes on the 101 and pacific coast highways and to the east, snow has dropped up to nearly a foot of snow in parts of reno with more to come. accuweather's paul williams tells us the storm is taking aim at the great plains and the midwest. good morning, paul. >> thanks, phillip, reena. winter storm brewing with disruptive snow throughout utah, colorado, new mexico and arizona where dangerous cross winds and snow covered roads and treacherous travel. and then the blizzard evolves and it's on the move throughout the midwest hitting hastings and up towards omaha and reaching up towards green bay by wednesday
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of blowing and drifting snow, travel being very dangerous. road closures in abundance. so hold on to your hats. this is a real one. reena, phillip? >> okay, paul williams, thank you so much. something new coming to oregon. driver-through weed. yep. okay? hear this out. oregon is opening a pot store with a drive-up window kind of like a mcdonald's but for pot in the coastal town just across from the hospital. local officials are excited saying it will help boost so-called -- is that what they green tourism. >> yeah. sounds like eco-friendly tourism but it's another word for pot. the drive through weed is also available in detroit and washington state. so you know where to go on your weed vacation. >> there we go. straight from there to the mcdonald's drive through. drive through before you go >> it's true. >> pampered pets in brazil have their own parade ahead of which do kickoff later this week. wonder woman.
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another superman and in honor of the upcoming olympics, tiara an sporting the olympic rings were among the costumes. every dog gets its day. >> any excuse to dress up your pup, huh? they're all about it. they get their own birthday parties. now they have their own carnivale. it is certainly cute to look at. >> i absolutely love dogs. do you have a dog? >> i have a dog that his name is toby. he's a golden retriever. i don't like to dress him up. he's a boy. i don't know. but toby so, i don't know if i could really participate in can vary that way. >> where is toby? because you're traveling so much all the time. >> he is in texas being well taken care of. >> you didn't tell abc as part of your deal that toby has to travel with you wherever you go? talk to the folks upstairs about that. >> toby is coming. there it is. there you go. >> thanks, toby. coming up in "the skinny," the personal tragedy just hours before last night's live tv
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>> also in "the skinny," cindy crawford and what she's refusing to do. a big decision for the super model. >> later, unforgettable moments from the iowa campaign. it's been all pork all the time as both parties play up to down home voters. you're watching "world news now." voters. you're watching "world news now." i pinky promised my lile girl a fabulous garden party for her birthday. so i mowed the lawn, put up all the decorations. i thought i got everything. almost everything! you know, 1 in 10 houses could get hit by a septic disaster, and a bill of up to $13,000. but for only $7 a month, rid-x is scientifically proven to break down waste, helping you avoid a septic disaster. rid-x. the #1 brand used by septic professionals in their own tanks. approaching medicare eligibility? you may think you can put off checking out your medicare options until you're
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and brandi, there must have ever been an overwhelming amount of campaign advertising, huh? >> reporter: definitely. nonstop advertising. i live in l.a. we haven't seen any of this. when i arrived here in iowa last week, it's just been one ad after the next. no break from it. in fact, 60,000 advertisements are going to have aired leading up to today's caucuses. if you can believe that. 17,000 just in the run-up over the last few days. millions of dollars are being spent and most of these ads are negative. negative they are but very negative. >> brandi, have those ads helped sway voters? are many voters still undecided going into today? >> reporter: there are a lot of undecided voters. there's a new "des moines register" poll giving the latest numbers on who is leading. what i found interesting about this poll is when democrats and republican likely voters were asked who were going to be caucusing today, could you be persuaded to switch, to change
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yes. 45% of republicans said yes. so when they go into those caucuses today, that's a huge number that might say i'm voting for this person, but if you convince me and tell me more about this one on the day of, i may go the other way instead. >> and what's the deal? there's some controversy with ted cruz over these mailers. what's up with that? >> reporter: over the weekend, this came up leading to today's caucuses. there was a mailer that went out and official public record were put on the front. what people were finding were their names and their neighbors' names on this piece of paper. and it would grade you on your history of voting, giving you an "f" if you haven't been showing up to the caucuses the last few years. election officials got mad about this. because they say that there's knows voting violation, there's no official violation that anybody can get. however, the ted cruz campaign did respond and said hey, we're just trying to encourage people to get out and caucus today. we weren't trying to disrespect anyone. it made quite a few people upset.
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him today. ted cruz today. abc's brandi hitt reporting live this morning from des moines. brandi, thank you. coming up, a preview of next the best of the sundance film festival. >> and nature according to snoop dogg. "the skinny" is next. and nature according to snoop
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>> all right. topping the "skinny" this morning, the best brand-new films being honored at the sundance film festival. >> taking the top two prizes this year are "the birth of a nation" earning both a grand jury prize and the audience award for drama, based on the 1831 slave rebellion led by nat turner. >> and the face of this year's lack of diversity at the oscars, the film's writer director and star nate parker said i made this film for one reason, in the hope of creating change agents. the film was bought by fox searchlight for a record $17.5 million. >> wow. other notable mentions, the top documentary earning the grand jury prize "weiner" based on former new york congressman anthony wiener. >> and a film a lot of people were talking about "swiss army man" won for best director even though some audience members walked out over the film's
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a flatulent corpse. >> all right. moving right along maybe. >> a little awkward. >> i don't know. i get why they walked out. that's all i'm saying. > latest live tv event delighting fans of the musical. this was a big night. >> we're talking about "grease," of course. it was the latest broadway favorite to get the small screen treatment. the reviews are still coming in for fox's version of the classic but so far, they've been pretty good. the production took some bold new moves utilizing multiple sound stages as well as a live audience. >> it seems like, you see right there, dancing with stars, julianne hough. there she is playing sandy and veteran broadway aaron tveit. sandy and danny. stealing the show was rizzo, played by vanessa hudgens. let's listen to her big number. shall i sing i don't steal and i don't lie but i can feel and i can cry a fact i'll bet you never
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but to cry in front of you >> boy, she just nails that and can you believe it, just hours before that, hudgens got the sad news that her father had passed away from cancer. just gives me chills. >> before the performance, hudgens tweeted out she was doing the show in his honor and no doubt would have made her father very, very proud. >> beautiful, beautiful moment. >> and "grease" was in good hands. that is directed by the same director tommy kail who does "hamilton" the huge, huge hit here. >> have you seen that yet? >> i have. it's really good. >> lucky guy. very hard to get ticks for that one in town. >> if he was doing that and it's such a big hit, "grease" was in good hands. >> here at abc, the adaptation of the '80s classic "dirty dancing" a taped musical with abigail breslin cast as jennifer
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and that should be a lot of fun. looking forward to that. >> in case you missed it, cindy crawford is retiring from the modeling world. so in case you didn't already think that she was, surprise. >> crawford made the announcement in an interview with united airlines for this month's edition of "hemisphere," that's an inflight magazine. she said that she's sure that she will have her picture taken for maybe ten more years but just not as a model. >> still looking great though. she did quit modeling full time in 2000 but continued to pose professionally. i don't know what the difference is but that's what they say. >> finally exciting news for fans of hip-hop and nature documentaries. >> i am both. a favorite jimmy kimmel bit featuring snoop dogg and videos of wildlife may soon become a reality. here is the taste. oh. wow. it's about 12 of them. they back the gator up. i ain't never seen a gator get
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with a little over $12 million and "star wars" just shy had of 11 million. >> in iowa, plenty of drama. >> the first votes in the 2016 race to the white house, but in iowa, they do things a little differently. that's the word that we keep hearing. caucus. so what is this really all about? well, with some clarity here is abc's cecilia vega. >> reporter: the hawkeye state. >> what's it like to be greeted by cake con. >> amazing. >> reporter: where toticians poses to flip pork chops, pose with a cow played of butter, take kids for a spin in their chopper. did we mention the pork chops? so many pork chops. >> pork chop on a stick. >> reporter: it's enough to make a politician scream. but it all comes to a head at those caucuses. we came to drake university. >> you're the caucus expert. >> reporter: to ask that burning question. what the heck is a caucus anyway? it's complicated.
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for the democrats, groups gather on to choose their party nominee. one side tries to convince the other to join their team or break a tie with food or -- possibility. >> reporter: really? the republicans have it a lot easier. they write down a candidate's name on a slip of paper and done. if it sounds like a bunch of song and dance, well, there is a caucus musical. >> reporter: but just remember, iowa launched presidential runs for jimmy carter, two george bushes, and barack obama. and they may just launch the next leader of the free world. cecilia vega, abc news, council bluffs, iowa. >> the leader of the free world with rock, paper, scissors. >> yeah. it's that easy. i'm curious to know if cecilia has tried the pork chop. >> for sure. >> she wouldn't have missed that opportunity. >> oh, don't miss our updates on facebook at on
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