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this has been a paidid this has been a paidid presentation foruminess air. now apparentlyy gliding on battery power. >> and they didn't have any navigation system. so they had no way to point themselves at the airport. they had no way to intercept a
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>> reporter: the pilots desperately calling out for directions, vectors. a minute later, the final plea for help. while investigators examine the black boxes, an outpouring of grief and love for the cinderella soccer team from brazil, which was headed to its first finals tournament ever. three of the players survived. and so did two crew members. one told a south american sports network, he tucked luggage between his le, fetal position, and says that is the reason he survived. the focus of the investigation now, the pilot planning. why did they arrive in medellin with so little fuel? david kerley, abc news, washington. back in this country, president-elect donald trump is embarking on a thank you tour, starting in indiana. they're heading to the carrier factory to officially announce a deal they struck to keep hundreds of jobs from moving overseas. this evening they're holding a
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cincinnati, ohio. trump is also vowing to cut ties with hgs sprawling business empire. he announced in a tweet he wants to fully focus on running the country. critics have been skeptical about whether trump's plan to turn over operations to his children is enough to avoid conflicts of interest. and and election officials in nashl ordered a partial recount in the governor's race. mccrory is refusing to concede the race and raising questions about voting irregularities in dozens of counties. planned parenthood and other groups are suing several states, challenging their abortion laws. the suit claims that laws in north carolina, missouri, and alaska, place unconstitutional restrictions on abortions. attorneys say the lawsuits are a follow-up to a major u.s. supreme court decision that struck down tough abortion laws
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the house has passed a bill that aims to help drug and biomedical companies get faster approval for their products. the bill would also revamp health programs. some say the bill amounts to nothing more than a hand-out to drug companies. despite that, the measure is expected to pass in the senate. and martin scarrely was scorned around the world for raising the price of a drug to some australian high school students outraged by that 5,000 percent price hike, say they have recreated the drug in a lab. their cost, about $2 a dose. >> interesting. philadelphia called off its game with sacramento wednesday night because of condensation on the court in philadelphia. players grabbing some mops, but the 76ers determined it was just
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but just imagine being the kings. you travel all across country for the game, and you had to sit it out there. >> they should just bring oup te basketball court, put skates on the players and keep up the net to see what happens. >> that would be fun to watch. you might have seen our happy birthday shout-out to the 117-year-old e person yet. 117-year-old emma murano who livesn hanson, only 105 years old. she marked the occasion by teaching her usual yoga class. she leads the class every week and she said, she may be 105 years old, but she has no intention of stopping. >> i don't feel any different. i'm just a little more careful than i was years ago. but i don't feel old. i don't think about it.
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>> good for you, lil. so most of the people in her yoga class, they are in their 70s and 80s. that means they could be her children. >> as lil calls them, youngsters. she lives alone in the home that she grew up in, and lil not only teaches yoga, she's also the president of her local bridge team. and she can do moves that i can't do. >> i want to hang out with lil. can we get her in the studio? >> just for the record, she was amazing. >> so the oldest living woman was already 12 years old at the time. >> just for perspective. >> good for you, lil. happy birthday. coming up, the manhunt up and down the east coast for a leprechaun that is on the lam. the pot of gold, stolen in broad daylight from an armored truck parked on a busy street in manhattan, worth more than a
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try doing this? that's balancing a bicycle 650 feet off the ground. we'll show you where this happened. first here's a look at today's temperatures. "world news now" weather
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a pot of gold. >> he brazenly took it off an armored truck parked on a crowded street in mid town manhattan. >> reporter: an investigation police are calling operation lucky charms. detectives say this man actually stole a pot of gold worth more than $1.5 million. >> do you think he knew it was a bucket of gold? >> i think he believed it was of value. it was in an armor armed guards. >> take a look at the video. it happened in new york city's diamond district. the barrel taken out of the back of the vehicle when one of the armed guards turned his back. >> so it's gold flakes, what would somebody do with that? >> it would be melted down, and put into cubes and sold. >> reporter: the barrel nearly 90 pounds. so heavy, the thief had to keep putting it down. police say so far, they believe the end of the rainbow for this
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florida. >> the armored car company is offering a $100,000 reward for information leading to the recovery of the stolen merchandise. linsey davis, abc news, new york. brazen. coming up the new chapter in the battle between leah remini and the church of scientology. >> hear what she's releasing in
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? ? it it has been a long painful road for leah remini in her battle with the church of scientology. >> she's been a critic of the church she left three years ago. now she has a new series for a&e, but the church is firing back. here's dan harris. >> i'm going to get there first. >> during her nine seasons on
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queens, she appeared to be the ideal scientologist. famous and fiercely loyal. but behind the scenes, she says she harbored grave doubts, including about the world's best known scientologist, tom cruise. >> i think it's a privilege to call yourself a scientologist, and it's something that you have to earn. >> being critical of tom cruise is being critical of scientology itself. you are a person who is anti- -g the aims and goals of you are evil. >> reporter: leah said she entered his orbit as her own career sky rocketed. >> at first, it's loving, you get the laser in on you and you're the most important thing that ever happened. it's what are you doing, how you doing, and yeah, great, great. great great, great. >> reporter: but leah said her exposure to cruise, this is them hugging at a movie premiere, opened her eyes to his vast
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exemplified by a call she got one night by a church official. >> tom wants you to come over and teach him salsa dancing. >> when leah and her husband angelo arrived at cruise's home, they say two high-ranking scientology officials were there with tom and his new girlfriend katie holmes. >> he was forcibly kissing katie. i said, get a freaking room and i was written up for that. >> reporter: that's right. essentially tattled on her. she said church members regularly write knowledge reports on one another for breaking rules. she said the accused then had to answer the allegations in auditing sessions. >> does it create an atmosphere of mistrust? >> you can assume if you say something that is critical to the church, you will be written up. husband, wife, mother, daughter. it's what the group does to
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writing knowledge reports herself. >> did you ever write up a report on your husband? >> hell, yeah. >> reporter: with her new book about to hit shelves, the church hand-delivered a packet of information to abc news, containing a series of damning claims about leah, including that she was actually expelled from scientology for ethical lapses and claims that she tried to stay. leah insists the separation was her idea. >> reporter: so that is one of their main arguments, you're just trying to stay relevant. here, let me read you something. >> please. >> reporter: given her desire for attention, it comes as no surprise that for two years, she has been uncapable of moving on with her life and remains obsessed with exploiting her former religion in a pathetic attempt to get publicity. >> yes, i agree, i wish i could get over 30 years of this. unfortunately, it's going to take some time.
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york. coming up, we'll show you what's being called the latest extreme sport. >> would you try this? bike balancing? how about 65 stories high? >> now you have me. i'll do it. >> coming up, this happened, straight ahead. you're watching "world news
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this is all for a contest called gopro world contest. it looks amazing, but i should point out, when you look at the fine print, he was tethered. there was a guy walking next to him with a rope that was tethered to him just in case. it still doesn't mean i would do it. >> so if we tether you and i'll hold the rope -- no? >> i wouldn't even walk like this with -- t this with -- tethered. >> i think we coming our way. >> i think we've tried that. okay, not too many people can say they bowled 900 one day. but shaun osborn can say it happened to him. >> shaun was on a roll last week, when he bold three, 300-point games in a row. shaun said he couldn't believe it, and never thought it was possible. before this, he was just your
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he said he's starting to believe a little bit more every day that he's good. how amazing this feat is. this has only happened 29 times, and never before in texas where he lives. that's impressive. >> congrats. and if bowling isn't your thing, maybe chess is. we have a new world champion there. >> after three weeks t came down to two guys who were locked had in a back and forth battle of high-speed tiebreakers. they were stressed out. in thend champion magnus carlson won his third title after he defeated the russian challenge ner new york. >> magnus looks thrilled with his win, which came on his 26th birthday. so he gets to take home most of his $1.1 million gift. not a bad better gift. >> not bad at all. and finally this happened. a british lad has a new best friend. a wild fox. >> henry hoffman was walking
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nowhere, this fox appears, dnts want to let go of his bag. at one point it cozies up to him and falls asleep while he's
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this m this morning on "world news now," get your tickets for the trump tour. the president-elect heading to the midwest, today kicking off his thank you tour and touting his role in keeping jobs in the some attention thanks to a possible role in the upcoming trump administration. and violent weather in the deep south all the way to the atlantic coast. some of the heavy rain is doing firefighters in tennessee a lot of good. the husband of the california woman who disappeared for weeks, speaking on camera. what he's saying about the ordeal she just survived. then lifestyles of the rich
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he spared no expense to show us some heavenly hotel suites. see the trip of a lifetime on this thursday, december 1st. from abc news, this is "world news "world news now." . if you're in something that fancy, you have to jump on the bed. >> every time. >> the only problem is when security shows up and they kick you out. >> we ruined the surprise ending. >> yeah, even it's not socially acceptable in china. >> they don't like that? we begin this morning with president-elect donald trump kicking off a thank you tour in indiana after announcing tours to walk away from his massive business empire. >> trump and vice president elect mike pence are heading to carrier indianapolis factory to announce details of a deal to keep hundreds of jobs in this country. abc's kenneth motin with the latest. >> reporter: donald trump legally cutting ties with his billion dollar company. the president-elect made the
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he'll leave his great business in total to his children, in order to fully focus on running the country. the business separation comes as trump fills key economic posts. fellow billionaire wilbur ross, treasury secretary, steve mnuchin. we'll have the most significant middle-income tax cut since reagan. we'll incorporate the childcare program. this is going to be a tremendous boon to the economy. >> reporter: mnuchin who american worker praised trump's deal to keep 1,000 jobs in indiana, mike pence's home state. >> they picked up the phone and called the ceo of united technologies and told them, we wanted to keep jobs here. i can't remember the last time a president did that. >> reporter: trump is expected to release the details of the deal thursday. trump is still trying to decide
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staff reince priebus on fox news. >> when he makes the decision, it's the decision that's best for america, regardless of background. >> reporter: trump's team hinted he's down to four secretary of state finalists, romney, senator bob corker, david petraeus, and former mayor, rudy guiliani. house democrats are calling for a congressional hearing to examine his potential conflicts of interest. >> kenneth, thank you. trump may be reserving a place in his cabinet sources tell abc news, she's being considered for secretary of vrtss affairs. palin tweeted yesterday that she would be grateful and that we should be grateful we'll have a commander in chief who will champion our vets. palin has also been m mentioned as a contender for energy secretary. and house minority leader nancy pelosi managed to hold on to her job, despite disappointing election results.
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her challenger had argued that younger members would provide fresh ideaings for success. pelosi, who is 76, has led house democrats since 2002. she insists that democrats will rebound. breaking news from the bay area, san francisco, where the last of four jail escapees has been captured. row helio chavez was arrested at his sister's house in san jose after an eight-hour stand-off. s.w.a.t. teams fired tear gas into the house at least twice. chavez was on the run for more than a week. he and three sawed through bars at the santa clara county jail and rappelled to the ground using bed sheets. protesters gathered in charlotte, north carolina, last night, upset that prosecutors have cleared a police officer in the deadly shooting of keith scott. dozens marched in the rain in what was a mostly peaceful protest. although police did arrest four people, they say they don't believe keith scott during a confrontation with police in september, which ended with an officer firing at scott and
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from earlier that day, scott is seen with what appeared to be a bulge around his right ankle. >> it is my opinion that officer vinson acted lawfully when he shot mr. scott. >> scott's family this morning, profoundly disappointed with the district attorney's decision and is now considering whether to file a lawsuit against the police department. four southern statesr ro are reeling this morning after more than two dozen tornadoes left five people dead. looking at the systems have moved north and east, dumping heavy rain overnight along the coast and they left behind a tragic trail of destruction in the south. three people died after a tornado ripped through rosalie in alabama. and a husband and wife killed in polk, tennessee. crews are looking for people trapped by the gatlinburg wildfires. the death toll there is up to seven. police say the flames have only
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of the city. linzie janis has mohr. >> reporter: the heavy rains are helping, but high winds sparked at least eight new fires in the great smokey mountains. these firefighters taking their first break in 30 hours. >> they have not wavered. even the ones that's lost everything. >> why is everything on fire? >> the death toll rising. now at least seven killed since the fires exploded sunday night. forcing thousands to flee for their lives. >> go, go, go. >> it appears caused. >> reporter: several still missing. michael reed is searching for his wife and daughter. >> i told her to call 911 and i haven't heard from her since. >> reality setting in as displaced residents survey the damage. >> everything's gone. >> reporter: we went with travis cog dill as he got a first look at his parents' home of 43 years. >> the kitchen table was right there. >> reporter: the rubble still too hot to search for his father's purple heart. >> fire can't take memories.
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buildings have been damaged or destroyed. all that's left of this home is the chimney. and many of these homeowners don't have fire insurance. this could not have come at a worse time. just ahead of the holidays. linzie janis, abc news, pigeon forge, tennessee. overseas now, where thousands of fans have gathered to mourn the brazilian soccer team killed in the plane crash in colombia. family members of the victims gathered on the center of the arena as fans chanted the and we're getting new details about the crash. according to audio from the final moments of the doomed flight, the floot repeatedly told air traffic controllers that he had run out of fuel. dozens were killed. six people survived. nearby farmers were able to hear their screams for help and were the first to come to their aid. on capitol hill, a deal is in the works, so california national guard members won't
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re-enlistment bonuses. lawmakers were outraged over a pentagon decision to force them to return the money, issued in error, even though they were not at fault. we all know how a lack of sleep affects our health. but new resear but new research said itlack of sleep is people who slept fewer than six hours a night had a 13% increase of early death and lost about six days of work productivity per year. >> um -- >> that was a buzz kill. >> six hours sounds great. everybody behind the cameras was nodding in complete agreement. so we're all doomed. at least we're all in it together. so in the movies, we had snakes on a plane, which was entertaining. in california, they have a snake on a plate. >> yeah, take a look at the
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anaconda burrito. it's three feet long, and no, it's not meant to be eaten alone. although, you could try that. >> you think i could? >> you might be able to pull that off. it serves five people. meat, cheese, rice, beans, you name it. the folks in fresno posted video on facebook to show how it's made. it's gotten more than 17 million views and a >> so if you're me, you can order it for lunch. if you're a normal person, you can order it for like a party. >> exactly. >> instead of the giant subs. you get a giant burrito. >> it does look kinda good, if i was one of those people that eat things like that. >> finally found something to get you to eat. coming up our intrepid traveler goes to hong kong, wait until you see the results. >> i'm thinking it's just a green screen, that we weren't really in hong kong.
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the damage he left behind coming up. but first, she was missing for weeks. now her husband is talking about her ordeal exclusively with our own matt gutman. >> you can check out behind-the-scenes pics on instagram. you're watching abc's "world news now." g if an electric toothbrush really cleans... ...better than a manual, and my hygienist says it does. but... ...they're not all the same. turns out, they're really... ...one that's shaped like a dental tool with a round... ...brush head. go pro with oral-b. oral-b's rounded brush head surrounds each tooth to... ...gently remove more plaque and... ...oral-b crossaction is clinically proven to... ...remove more plaque than sonicare diamondclean. my mouth feels so clean. i'll only use an oral-b! the #1 brand used by dentists worldwide. oral-b. brush like a pro. (coughs) that cough doesn't sound so good. well i think you sound great. move over. easy booger man.
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raise awareness about the disease that has killed millions since its discovery in 1983. what scientists are calling the most advanced clinical trial for a vaccine against hiv is getting under way in south africa. if successful, it could dramatically alter the course of the pandemic. at that event, quite a few celebrities involved, including u 2's bono. and from the husband of the woman who went missing. >> reporter: sherry papini's husband speaking out, sitting down for an exclusive interview with 20/20. describing aspects of his wife's captivity. >> she was bound. she had a chain around her waist. she had a bag over her head.
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vehicle, chained to something. >> to make sure she didn't jump out of the car. >> yeah. she was chained any time she was in a vehicle. they opened the door. she doesn't know, because she had a bag over her head. they cut something to free her restraint that was holding her into the vehicle. and then kind of pushed her out of the vehicle. >> reporter: until now, police only giving this description of her gun, driving a dark suv. but after another round of interviews with sherry papini, the sheriff revealing new details about those suspects. >> suspect number one was the younger of the two suspects. she had long curly hair. she had a thick accent. she had pierced ears. suspect number two, she had straight black hair, with some gray in color.
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working on a composite sketch. >> she was held against her will and was isolated. at times, sherry's head was covered. >> reporter: in the four hours i spent with keith papini, he revealed details of the abduction and the harrowing miles an ho minutes after she was released. but he was most emotional about seeing his wife after 22 days for the first time. matt gutman, nbc news, redding, califo tomorrow detailing more of that interview he had with keith papini. >> unbelievable. >> investigators hoping to catch these people, whoever it is. coming up, the dating dangers. a growing number of women are facing online. hear why even the ceo of tinder is admitting there's a bad behavior problem on his app and the steps he's taking to fix it. what women need to know to protect themselves.
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most spectacular hotels as lifestyles of the rich and moi goes international. big time. not really. not much of a budget.
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? ? ? ? >> michael jackson's top hit of all time. >> can't go wrong starting the day with a little m.j. even if it's not well known. >> exactly. we dug to get that one. >> so there are hotels and there are hotels. >> yes. and few places in the world where the hotel could be the destination. such is the case in hong kong. we spent no expense, literally. not a dime.
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i was the correspondent, the producer, the audio person, hair, makeup artist, photographer, for this latest -- >> was it tough doing your own hair? do you have a hard time with that? >> lifestyles of the rich and kendis. >> it's one of the world's most spectacular harbors, the setting to practically every jackie chan movie you can think of, and home to perhaps the world's tallest catwalk, a place way penchant for quirky foods. that would be chicken a local treat. um, no. where else to begin our first ever lifestyles of the rich and kendis. >> right here in long kong. and the very place where david beckham actually slept. >> it's called the upper house hotel. and as i noticed on my way through the front door, it's what flo rida calls my house when he's in hong kong. ? welcome to my house ? >> hello.
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>> good to be here. >> glad to have you with us. i saw flo rida on the way out. >> the penthouse suite, as fancy as it gets, but the biggest attention getter is not in the room, but the outside views. >> you're in our gorgeous upper suite, which is 1,200 square feet. >> wow. >> yes, indeed. we have the largest rooms in hong kong. >> three times the size of a new york apartment. >> yes. >> reporter: at $5,000 it's not cheap, but oh, the benefits. >> beers, soft drink, coconut water. >> champagne. >> coffee. >> and this is complimentary? >> no. >> no. >> reporter: every room with floor-to-ceiling harbor views, even the bathroom. >> and you can even watch television whilst you're having a bath. >> oh, my gosh. the hotel the hotel caters to your every
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asian breakfast, check. >> shrimp and pork for breakfast? >> yes. breakfast of champions. >> yes, when in rome. >> reporter: in-room manicure? check. check. hotels in the city of hong kong are built around beautiful views. across victoria harbor, there are no better views from the one at the ritz carlton. just make enough time to get to your room. clouds, and you're inside the world's tallest hotel. >> this is the most amazing suite i have ever been in. >> the ritz carlton suite goes for $18,000 a night. ? ? ? >> reporter: this is the your own your own personal sauna.
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when your cough returns. one pill lasts 12 hours, so... looks like i'm good all night! some cough medicines only last 4 hours. but just one mucinex lasts 12 hours. let's end this. >> >> so apparently everybody is getting into the black friday craze this time of year, including some really wild folks in southern maryland. there and started tearing things to shreds. >> oh, no. >> so the beaver walked in, in st. mary's county, about an hour south of d.c. in maryland there. and went into some christmas decorations store and started ripping apart some of the discounted items there. it was at the local dollar store. many of the customers started taking photos of it, trying to figure out what the heck was going on here. the beaver strolled right in and witnesses said the animal
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>> didn't realize those trees aren't made of wood. >> of the real thing. so cops were called and animal wildlife folks came and arrested him. but compared to the stuff we've seen at walmart on black friday, this is calm. >> very civilized. so santa's home in the north pole. we've all wondered what it looks like. >> it's beautiful. >> what's going on in there. we have it. zill home up on the sight with an estimated value as well, $656,900. $656,900. they say it was constructed in the 1800s, two bedrooms, two baths, a toy lover's paradise and it's on 25 acres. plenty of room for all the reindeer. the home will appreciate 2.2% over the years.
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are. >> the elves of course, and the easter bunny. >> and miss piggy and kermit. we had that giant burrito earlier on. easter island is in the north. but this is an easter island. now taco bell has come out with the cheetos quesadilla. that looks amazing, doesn't it? this is in the >> we may have found the one thing you'll eat and i found. >> no, i won't eat it. but it's cheetohs fil all it's all melty, so you have cheetohs on top of the cheese. >> okay. on to cuteness now. check out this tiny horse, playing with a giant ball. i mean, i don't really need to give you more information, but i guess i'll tell you that the
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and this came from a uk horse enthusiast and photographer. one of two miniature horses that she has.
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this morni this morning on "world news now," heavy damage left behind by a deadly storm system. tornadoes are roaring through several areas of several states, and there could be more destruction done today as the northeast. overnight protesters took to the streets of charlotte after a prosecutor chose not to charge an officer who killed a black man. we'll get to the explanation behind the controversial decision. and new this half hour, the danger of online dating. millions of women are looking for their partner through websites and apps and many say they're on the receiving end of explicit abuse. we'll tell you what's going on and what some of those apps are doing about it.
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was just a random collection of chicken. far from it. we'll taste what we're talking about on this thursday, december 1st. there's science behind this. from abc n from abc news, this is "world news now." >> i always like when the intro includes we'll taste, because that means i'm going to get to eat. >> absolutely. we have so much stuff we're covering this morning, we have the southern storms that are want to start on a serious note and breaking news. another police officer killed in the line of duty, this time in tacoma, washington. >> he was responding to a domestic violence call, he was taken to the hospital and died after surgery. a solemn moment as his body is taken away. the gunman was barricaded in the home for hours overnight. >> 133 officers have died in the line of duty so far this year, more of all of last year.
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to file criminal charges have -- in the death of keith scott has triggered protests. marchers hit the streets, saying they don't believe scott was holding a gun when the police officer shot and killed him in september. but the district attorney says he has credible evidence that scott was armed. >> reporter: the officer involved shooting death of keith lamont scott lamont scott was caught on his wife's cell phone. >> don't shoot him! he didn't do anything. don't you do it! >> reporter: and it ignited protests in the city of charlotte. now the district attorney announcing why officer brent -- accused of shooting scott -- will not face criminal charges. >> he acted lawfully. what he saw was a man who had drawn a gun, when confronted by police, exited the vehicle with a gun in hand and failed to comply with officers who commanded him at least ten times
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through evidence, including footage showing the bulge of a gun at scott's ankle minutes before the shooting. at the scene, the same ankle, no bulge where a holster was recovered. and testimony that he had the gun in his hand after being confronted by police. >> i think it's safe to say, he did have a gun. there's no definitive proof that keith had a firearm in his hand. >> reporter: the scott family lawyers say their inquiry isn't over. >> we have real how they reacted to the information that he had a brain injury and whether they used appropriate de-escalation techniques to end the situation. >> prosecutors are publishing their report online, the d.a. urging the community to take pause and read it, both sides, urging peace and denouncing violence. laura lister, abc news, los angeles. and the fate of a former south carolina police officer, charged with the shooting death of an unarmed black driver is
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murder after shooting walter scott during a traffic stop in north charleston. the shooting gained national attention after a witness video surfaced showing the moment he was fatally shot. severe storms are moving off the east coast after a devastating 24 hours. skies are quiet over much of the southern u.s. overnight. a sharp contrast to late tuesday night. here's a look at scott county, mississippi, just outside jackson. it's one of several areas in abc's phillip mena in the storm zone. >> tornado warning. >> reporter: a full-on tornado outbreak, hammering the south. this massive funnel cloud, caught north of miramar beach, florida. water spouts crashing ashore. in atlanta, tornado sirens sound the alarm, as residents shelter in place. >> you need to seek shelter immediately. >> this after more than two
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from storm shelters to utter destruction. >> the damage here is absolutely awful. >> at least three killed in rosalie, alabama. the tornado a massive ef-2, wind speeds over 110 miles an hour. this daycare in flat rock, flattened. you can see the toys among the wreckage. three adults and three children who took shelter here, seriously injured. the storms cutting a deadly path from mississippi. >> we're really lucky that >> reporter: to tennessee, where two others were killed in the storm as they still deal with raging wildfires. this debris and the foundation is all that is left of this daycare center. neighbors telling us, this was one of the few places they could take shelter when the storm hit. residents here, still shell shocked. phillip mena, abc news, flat rock, alabama. in tennessee, the death toll from the wildfires is up to seven. three more bodies were
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mountains. rescue missions are continuing around gatlinburg, but the intense flames have only allowed crews to comb through about 30% of the city. the good news, rain has helped slow down the wildfire, but there are concerns about mud and rockslides, and downed power lines creating new fires. president-elect donald trump is going to indiana today, after making good on a campaign promise even before taking office, trump and mike pence will visit the carrier plant to officially announce a deal to keep nearly a thousand manufacturing jobs from moving to mexico. trump has also announced plans to cut ties with his businesses, saying he wants to fully focus on running the country and avoid conflicts of interest. as he fills out his cabinet, sources say he's considering former vp candidate sarah palin for secretary of veterans affairs. palin tweeted yesterday that we should be grateful we'll soon have a commander in chief who will be a champion for our vets. she also has been mentioned as a
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>> breitbart news is calling on its readers to boycott kellogg's after the cereal company pulled its ads from the website. kellogg's says breitbart's views don't line up with its values. breitbart is calling their decision to remove their ads an act of discrimination and accusing the company of trying to placate the left wing. several other companies have pulled ads from the website, including allstate. now to a house that was leveled due to a gas explosion. her dog managed to get out alive. authorities say it was likely a methane gas leak, since work was being done on the septic tank. baseball fans are getting an early holiday present -- five more years of labor harmony. major league baseball and the players union have agreed on the structure of a new collective bargaining agreement. the deal has to be ratified, but assuming that happens, the news means, the sport will go at least 26 years since its last work stoppage ended in 1995.
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it was a rough night at the stadium for a wayward seagull down under. this was last night in melbourne, australia. you see the ball hitting the bird on the field. they had to stop play. >> one of the goalkeepers, you saw him there. trying to stop trying to stop everyone. he ran out to pick up the seagull and carried it off the field, but the next time we saw the seagull, it was getting some tlc on the sidelines and the plan was to release it outside the stadium. but it wouldn't go quietly. instead, it flew right back to where the action was taking place. and as you can see, there were plenty of other seagulls flying around welcoming it back. >> not very fast learners, those seagulls. >> not at all. flock of seagulls. coming up, a look inside victoria's secret fashion show. and why angel wings and a chinese dragon took center stage in paris. that's ahead in the skinny. this will wake you up. >> and millions of americans
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been banned from any events at that stadium. it's now known as miami's hard rock stadium. more than 91 million people are using dating apps in their quest for love, are instead finding fear and harassment. >> many are fighting back. abc's rebecca jarvis has the details. >> reporter: online dating apps have changed the way we date. but they've also transformed the world of sexual harassment. >> this whole concept of these i think people aren't sensitive enough. >> take a look at some of these real images sent to women online. online. vulgar messages, ranging from, you look doable, to the more aggressive, i want to get you accidentally pregnant. and others too obscene to repeat. and when guys are rejected, the vulgarity continues. slut, says one. and you could be a model if you lost a little weight, sweetheart.
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harassment has become the norm? >> i think it's been an unhealthy part of the dating app world. >> reporter: 29-year-old alexander said she received dozens of harassing messages while using dating apps. >> sexist and hateful, and yeah, that really surprised me. >> reporter: so she decided to fight back, creating this instagram page, publicly shaming harassing suitors and even to stop harassing messages and pictures on social media. >> not every man harasses women, but every woman you know has been harassed at some point. >> in august, this post on twitter went viral. after a young woman publicly showed how even a picture of her headphones sparked lewd sexual advances, with one man's response. you wearing those and nothing else, that would be heaven. >> this isn't the fault of the person who is getting the
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person who is sending the comments. >> reporter: according to the pew research centre, 42% of women who online date have been harassed and while online, 26% of young women say they experienced stalking and 25% are targets of online sexual harassment. >> what's the spillover effect of this kind of behavior and these types of interactions in real life? >> you feel afraid. you feel that you can't go out into the cyber world without being harmed. >> reporter: rebecca jarvis, abc news, new york. >> and you always have to be careful when you're putting yourself out there, especially if you're disclosing private information. that's probably the biggest take-away, be careful how much information you put out. >> and the numbers are staggering, some 50 million people use these dating apps. 12 million matches every day. of those 12 million matches, i haven't gotten a single one. >> no? >> no, no. >> swipe left or swipe right.
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maybe you need to figure out which way you need to be swiping. >> just be careful out there folks. these are all things you should know. >> when we come back, kanye west is out of the hospital, but reportedly not yet out of the woods. and the mad vibes at the weekend weekend and bella hadid at the victoria secret fashion show. the video coming up, the skinny is next. "world news now" continues after this from our abc
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? ? ? as a teaser on today's skinny, we have 49 seconds of video from the victoria's secret fashion show coming up. but first, we'll give you the latest update on kanye west, released from the hospital. >> he reportedly left the hospital yesterday for more than a week of treatment for a mental breakdown. >> at home with his wife kim kardashian and their kids. sources say he's not out of the woods yet and still needs ongoing medical and psychological treatment. >> west's hospitalization follows a series of public and on-stage rants, and the cancellation of the rest of his concert tour. >> it's been a demanding couple of months for the rapper and his wife. she was robbed at gunpoint, forcing the family at times to rethink its security and public profile. >> dealing with a lot. >> they have. and we've been dealing with the aftermath of that epic fashion
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i think we have it in slow-mo. over the top lingerie taking center stage. >> and the weekend was there. >> yeah. victoria's victoria's secret fashion show in paris. kendall jenner, bella and gigi hadid strutting the runway, with giant feathered wing that are apparently for anything but sleeping. >> yeah, they don't look super comfortable. >> elsa hask wore one of the most dramatic ensembles, a chinese dragon that wrapped around her entire body. >> i like it. the 51 models strutted their stuff to songs by lady gaga, bruno mars, and the weekend, who actually jumped onto the glittered runway and seemed to check out his ex-girlfriend, bella hadid. >> i think he's looking at the other models too, to be fair. >> is there someone else on the stage? where's that singing coming from? >> the weekend who? >> yeah.
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russian model irina sheikh made her debut sporting a jacket that e. reports hid a baby bump. her boyfriend is bradley cooper. the couple has not commented about any new arrivals. we hope to have extensive coverage of the victoria's secret fashion show over the next five days. >> stretch that one out as long as possible. >> yeah. also, a dream prince harry. >> as part of a tour of the caribbean, the prince capped his visit to barbados off with the world's most famous barbadian beauty. >> eight-time grammy award winner, rihanna was there to help her homeland celebrate its 50th anniversary of independence from the united kingdom. >> she was a surprise guest to harry, per harry, performing the country's
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toast of the nation event, which drew a crowd of thousands. >> he looked pretty excited. >> prince harry is excited to see somebody. that's cool. >> rihanna is feeling good about herself right now. >> congratulations, 50 years. >> and burger king is bringing us a blast from the past. >> the return of the cheesy tots and napoleon dynamite. in that famous cafeteria scene with heder tater tots. >> whoa. are those cheesy tots? >> yeah. >> are they good? >> yeah. >> can i have one? >> sure. >> dang it, th >> dang it, these are good. >> napoleon dynamite and pedro are back. at $1.99 for eight, plenty of
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? ? ? if you like chicken nuggets then you gotta sing along ? ? if you like chicken nuggets ? ? this is your favorite song ? ? if you like chicken nuggets then you gotta sing along ? ? if you like chicken nuggets ? ? this is your >> i guess this is my favorite song. i definitely like chicken nuggets. >> i think you need a few more. >> and we have breaking news about mcdonald's chicken mcnuggets. >> the fast-food giant has revealed those nuggets have four specific shapes. each even having their own name. did you know that? a video released by mcdonald's shows nuggets being formed into shapes called the ball, the
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or the bow tie. >> what? >> do they taste differently? >> which one is this one? >> that one is the bone. >> i can't tell the difference. these two look different. >> that looks like italy. >> this looks like a fish. all right, so mcdonald's says the reason for the specific shapes is to give the nuggets dipability into the special sauces. >> smart. >> and mcdonald's is mourning the loss of the man who invented their flagship sandwich. jim della gotti has died at his home in pittsburgh. he was 98. you may not recognize his name, but you've no doubt enjoyed his creation. the big mac. here's abc's david muir. >> this is the sandwich. mcdonald's new big mac sandwich. for the bigger than average appetite. >> reporter: 1967, the first big mac, seven ingredients. do you remember the jingle? ? two all beef patties, special sauz lettuce, cheese, pickles,
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but long before the jingle, jim della gotti created the big mac at his union town, pennsylvania restaurant in the mid 1960s. here's the ad he ran announcing the big mac when it was just 45 cents. he and his wife had two sons, five grandsons, eight great grandchildren. >> this >> this is my dad jim. >> this is my dad jim. >> and he created the world's best burger. >> reporter: and here's one of his grandsons telling us something you didn't know. >> one of the tricky parts of the sandwich, with the cheese and the lettuce, it would slide off. put that bread in the middle and it became the big mac. >> when the burger turned 40, it was selling 550 million a year. sold in more than 100 countries, mcdonald's tweeting out their gratitude to that american grandfather and quoting him. jim once saying i would never have dreamed that my creation would turn into a piece of americana. david muir, abc news, new york. >> i love how she put that one
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makin making news in america this morning, breaking overnight a police officer shot and killed. new video of the scene and a standoff with the suspect. powerful storms across the overnight damaging homes and buildings. winds were powerful enough to topple an 18-wheeler. we're tracking the storm's latest path. victory tour. president-elect donald trump hitting the road as he takes credit for saving jobs, plus the cabinet position that could be filled by sarah palin. and it's a sweet break, a major candymaker says a new chocolate formula has nearly

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