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his chapter now suspended. >> strong winds and dry conditions raising the wildfire threat from kansas to central texas. gusts up to 50 miles an hour fueled several fires around oklahoma city. smoky conditions caused several accidents on interstate 44 before authorities shutdown the westbound lanes. wind gusts are expected to reach 30 miles an hour today. and blowing snow and icy conditions caused this tour bus accident on i-95 in connecticut. the dangerous weather part of a major winter storm battering coastal new england on monday. the accident injured more than 30 people. threw of them critically. the bus was traveling from new york city to the mohegan sun ca sin though. >> here's one indication how popular drones are these days. the faa says there are now more registered drone operators in the u.s. than registered planes. there are now about 325,000 drone owners.
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number of registered aircraft. the drone registration program was launched just before christmas to track operators who break the rules. >> jet lag is one of the worst things about making a long trip. now researchers have found a new way to fight it. a study done at stanford university says sleeping amid short flashes of light the night before your trip can help you speed up the process of adjusting to a different time zone. that so-called light therapy is adjustment to time changes. >> what are you saying? sleep with the disco ball. >> pretty much. it's not hot flashes you're having. it's just you're getting used to jet lag. >> i don't know about that one. >> me either. >> he hollywood stars who attended the oscars nominee luncheon would probably jet lagged. they gathered at the beverly hilton hotel.
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discussion about diversity. and some news. a control of teenagers involved in the winning films will roll on the screen during acceptance speeches. >> producers say it's a way of allowing the winners to say what's in their heart as opposed to just naming people. the oscars will be handed out on sunday, february 28th right here. >> a little bit of diversity there. there's a yellow guy in the middle. >> the girl with the red hair. >> there is. and the second is up in the stands. so it was a little bit of color at the oscars. >> coming up, turning a beauty pageant blund into memorable advertising. the huge hit from steve harvey. >> i love him. he's a funny guy. >> the spectacular celebration of the chinese new year. elaborate fireworks through people get to see. >> and cyber bullies attacking students in elementary.
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the previous record was 88 attacks. that happened in the year 2000. the number of attacks is expected to continue growing as human and shark populations climb. you. >> i'm still laughing about your tie saying my grandma -- oh, my goodness, boy. serious subject. about cyberbullying which i'm not going to do to you. kids and parents having a more tough time worrying about it. it's a big deal. >> trying to stop bullying can be like a disease and new technology is helping to prevent the spread of the hurtful behavior. abc's megan hughes has the story. >> reporter: at shipley elementary school in harper's ferry, west virginia, these third graders already have stories about being cyberbullied. >> i was kind of sad because he was calling me stupid. i was a little like depressed after that.
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you know it's not the right thing. >> reporter: high school senior and teen paj jint winner lexie helps student resist that urge. >> step one. >> say nothing else. >> step two. >> don't retaliate. >> experts say children bullied often become bullies themselves. lexie has been a target. >> people who cyberbully anonymously are cowards and that's all they are. >> some do it for power, some think it's funny. >> dr. susan bartell says children are still developing impulse control and their parents need to get involved. >> your child who is the bully, even if they're doing did for childhood reasons that later in life will be meaningless can have a police record. >> what if your child is the cyberbully? one study found more than 80% of young people think it's easier to get away with bullying online than in person like at school. >> i wanted to create this
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so parents would feel a little relief knowing and trusting that their kid could use these social media platforms and text messages. >> reporter: michele joel shows us one of several tech solutions for parents. her software my social sitter uses algorithms to filter. when a teen types a negative message, it gets blocked. parents get notified. >> if you love your kids, keep up with the technology. >> diana gibson hasn't gotten supervising software yet but says all parents need to police their children's cyberlives. >> it's real. you know, kids will put things on twitter and they can get in a lot of trouble for it. >> reporter: megan hughes, abc news, harper's ferry, west virginia. >> this is why i'm grateful there was no social media when i was in high school. it's so devastating when you're at that age specially. >> coming up, firing up the new year. >> the breathtaking light show
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artist braving the cold and the heat. . the beautiful and risky display. you're watching "world news now."
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surprised to find out just how they pull it off. here's abc's bob woodruff. >> reporter: in this remote corner of china, the night skylights up with a remarkable and unique kind of fireworks. few people in the world will ever get the chance to see them. these breathtaking and extreme pyrotechnic displays that welcome in the lunar new year are known as dash ukwa made by brave black smigs hurling molten iron against a wall causing sparks to rain down. it is one of the black smith smig who's puts on the main attraction. [ speaking foreign language ] >> reporter: how long does it take you to learn how to do
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>> reporter: first they melt the metal at 2900 degree heat. >> the warmest place in the entire show. during the performance, the men are only protected by a sheep skin vest and a wide brim hat. >> do you feel it's dangerous for him to just throw this burning metal up in the sky like that? do you ever get worried about it? >> reporter: that fire and the centuries old tradition still illuminate the entire town. >> is this the most beautiful kind of fireworks in the world?
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china. incredible. huh? only bob could sort of describe it that way and show it to us. >> it's an art, it's unique and it is the most beautiful pire works out there. >> it's incredible and fascinating they do this. by the way, it's the year of the monkey. if you were born in 2000, 1962 or 168, happy year of the monkey. you see, medicare doesn't cover everything - only about 80% of your part b medical expenses. the rest is up to you. so if 65 is around the corner, think about an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. like all standardized medicare supplement insurance plans, they help cover some of what medicare doesn't pay. and could save you in out-of-pocket medical costs. so don't wait. call to request your free decision guide. and gather the information now to help you choose a plan later. these types of plans let you pick any doctor or hospital that takes
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after his epic fail at the miss universe pageant, the phrase "you're hired" must be music to steve harvey's ears. so when he popped up during that super bowl ad, you saw it, it was nice to see that he made it out of the scandal and to the other side. >> not only that, he's now having fun with the flub proving it's not whether you win or lose. well, okay, apparently that does matter. >> reporter: leave it to steve harvey. >> listen, folks, i have to an pol jazz. >> reporter: to turn a big blunder. >> i have to apologize miss universe 2015 is philippines. >> reporter: into big laughs. >> verizon got it wrong. yes, not me. >> reporter: the t-mobile super bowl add poking fun at his december hosting mishap when he announced wrong winner at the miss universe panel gent. >> it was a tough thing that happened but after awhile you
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i liked te mobile and love the concept. nice little big at myself. >> reporter: we were right there going behind the scenes with the comedian he shot his big ad for the big game. >> whoa, whoa, listen, folks, i have to apologize. those were last year's numbers it says it right here on the card. i'm not taking responsibility on this one. huh-uh, verizon got it wrong, yes, not me. >> reporter: after all the controversy, harvey now says he's finally able to laugh at it. >> when something major happens that's kind of negative in your life, you got to ride the storm out. whoever thought that this mishap with miss universe would turn into a super bowl commercial. >> yes, not me. >> a super bowl windfall is more like it. man, he's just rolling in the deep right now. >> i'm a huge fan of steve's. i think he's so funny. >> he's a good guy.
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lemonade. >> yes, did he. >> he was really hurt by it though but he recovered.
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this morning on "world news now," the first primary of 2016. >> some new hampshire voters have already cast their ballots this morning with trump and sand issues leading the polls. will undecided voters are lead to any upsets today. >> dangerous conditions. powerful snowstorm from the midwest to the northeast. the terrible bus accident and the next round of snow coming today. >> vacation nightmare. the cruz ship passengers injured after a luxury liner sails into hurricane force winds and 30-foot seas.
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and later, peyton manning's next move an after winning the super bowl and celebrating at disneyland, will he make up his mind and retire? it's tuesday, february 9th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> good morning on this busy tuesday. i'm reena ninan. >> i'm kendis gibson. it is a busy tuesday morning. it is primary day finally some votes being cast in new hampshire overnight. >> and the early returns show a close race for the republicans and sanders leading clinton. latest statewide poll shows trump still enjoying a wide lead. >> on the democratic side, bernie sanders leading hillary clinton by more than 25 points. abc's marci gonzalez joins us now from manchester, new hampshire, where it's fairly busy even at this early morning hour. marci, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, kendis and reena. later this morning some of the candidates will visit some of
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otherwise, today is sitting back, waiting to see if all of their chain efforts paid off. the first votes are in. >> got the results. >> reporter: after three small precincts in new hampshire cast their lots at midnight. >> donald trump 2, john r. kasich, we have three. on the democratic side, we have four votes cast for bernie sanders. none for hillary. >> reporter: with the rest of the granite state now just hours' waef from making their decision. >> i want this job because i love this country. >> reporter: the candidates worked into the night to win them over. >> this is sort of our final love fest. all right? because tomorrow you have to get out and you have to vote no >> reporter: donald trump still ahead by double digs in the polls leaving marco rubio and ted cruz. front-runner trump drawing huge crowds and borrowing i an message from democrat bernie sanders. >> >> it's a movement, folks.
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>> sanders with what he calls a revolution is ahead of lkt by 23 points in the latest poll. >> tomorrow the people of new hampshire will have the opportunity to say, that enough is enough. >> clinton though feeling confident. believe >> with bill and chelsea's help hoping for a repeat of the success she had he in new hampshire in 2008 >> i will get up every day and do all that i can to make a real difference for you, your families and our country. >> reporter: and while there are front-runners in the polls, the outcome could be much different with about 44% of voters here still undecided. kendis and reena. >> yeah. marci, i'm curious about these early voting locations. do we expect any surprises in the vote. >> reporter: you know, from what we hear this is not an indicator of what we'll see in the rest of the state.
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at the early results. the three different polling places on the republican side actually had three different winners. overall when you add up the votes, it's a three-way tie in the republican race. and as you mentioned, on the democrat side, sanders is now ahead going into primary day. 17-9. >> 17-9. okay so let's go out on a limb here, a stretch here and say sanders might within new hampshire today. he's up 25 points well, as well. what would be next for hillary clinton at this point. >> reporter: it may not be a stretch. this is sanders backyard. he's leading in the polls. all up in the air depending on undecided voters. clinton has said she may have to take stock of her campaign. basically, there are reports sheep may think about reworking her strategy a little bit. they may add some more staffers and this he could end up putting
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and also on their digital campaign efforts. kendis and reena? >> marci gonzales nailing it for news new hampshire. thank you so much. very cold in manchester there. >> stay with abc news as the votes come in from new hampshire. we'll have a wrap-up tomorrow morning on "world news now." >> new hampshire voters will most likely be spared by a one-two punch of winter storms. the first is clearing out overnight. second won't hit till after the polls are closed. the first storm hammered connecticut tipping a tour bus over, injuring several passengers. here's abc's phillip mena. >> reporter: connecticut firefighters going through that bus's windshield to reach the victims. >> mass casualty incident. tour bus rollover. >> reporter: the charter bus carrying dozens of passengers from new york city to a connecticut casino rolling over in low visibility on icy i-95. >> we had a little extricating to do. we had some guardrails that went through the bus. >> reporter: at least three critically injured.
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expected in parts of new england, with winds and waves pummeling the coast. those winds gusting above 60 miles an hour in nantucket. flooding beaches and submerging streets. meanwhile, a second system causing white-knuckle driving in the heartland. whiteout conditions in minnesota. tractor trailers off the road in iowa. emergency officials here are urging everyone to stay indoors as the coast braces for more snow. phillip mena, abc news, plymouth, massachusetts. >> lis lips are frozen there. the blustery weather is covering a wide region. >> we're talking from the upper midwest to new england. even florida will feel a chill today. accuweather's paul williams has the latest. good morning, good to see you. >> good to see you, as well. we have the jet stream high
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south opening the doorfor much colder weather and more snow showers throughout the atlantic, towards the d.c. area, as well as chicago around the great lakes and dipping around tennessee. low possible system, possible storm tracks. we'll continue to track with back end scat areaed showers. that strong jet will open the door for colder weather for the southeast and towards florida. northeast, a double dose of low pressure systems producing more snow. kendis, reena. >> paul, thank you. the white house is asking congress for 1.billion to fight the zika virus as the state of emergency expands in florida. the money would be used on a vaccine and other measures to protect women from the mosquito born isis. we're six months away from the summer games in brazil, home to one of the biggest zika outbreaks.
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advising athletes to get the facts from the cdc. but for some, there's no question. >> i don't care what kind of viruses, we're going to fish this one out. >> the cdc placed its command center on its highest level of alert. officials insist there's no need for panic. >> a big move by chipotle aimed at customer trust. the chain closed all restaurants across account country for four hours to hold a presentation. it was broadcast live to 1550,000 employees. they urged workers to stay home when they feel sick. chipotle is trying to recover from a string of outbreaks, including the norovirus. >> starbucks rolled out its special valentine's day drinks called the molten chocolate trio. specifically from left to rye here, they are molten hot
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the molten frappuccino and the molt.chocolate latte. that last offering the latte is available hot or iced. at least one was impressed calling the trio one of the better things starbucks has introduced in years. >> it probably burns all your calories for a week. >> you've got to indulge. >> we've got to test those out. >> fat tuesday, the last day to party new orleans before the start of lent. >> the parades have ever been rolling through the streets of the big easy for weeks now. today the last few of them will take place. as usual ush, there will be plenty of bead tossing, celebrating in the french carry the. all the partying ends at at midnight begins with ash sense.
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fascinating was the pope came out and said you don't need to throw out your chocolate, your booze or your cars this year. >> really? >> he said you don't have to focus on that. instead sort of consider the activities of the heart this lenten season. and to treat each other i guess with kindness is what he's saying. > great. >> share the. >> here's what i was going to give up for length. >> you were going to give up -- >> no, i was going to give up so bright. don't be indifferent, have a conscious. you can boos booze it up and have a conscious. >> i'm not sure that was quite his slogan from the vatican. >> exactly. coming up in the mex," a look inside beyonce's diggs during
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that surely was not how an army sky diver would think his jump would end yesterday morning. he got tangled in power lines near daytona, florida. firefighters used a ladder truck to untangle him and get him to the ground. the guy was not injured. can you imagine? just wild. >> quite scared, i'm sure. peeking of scary situations, one of the world's largest krus krus ships around yesterday after being rocked by hurricane force winds. >> gusts of more than 100 miles per hour. abc's steve osunsami has the latest. >> oh, my god. >> reporter: this was supposed to be a relaxing vacation, and instead, the thousands sailing royal caribbean from new jersey to the bahamas this weekend came away with these pictures, saying it looked like a hurricane. >> the amount that things were shifting around our room was a little frightening. >> reporter: families recorded the giant crashing waves on their cell phones. furniture went flying and glass
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passengers and 1,600 crew members to stay in their rooms for hours. four people were hurt, but not badly. pete aloupis, still onboard blames the captain. >> i really resent the fact that he put 6,000 people's lives at risk, taking us into a storm that was predicted. >> reporter: as early as wednesday, the forecast was for 30-foot waves and near hurricane-force winds. in a statement, royal caribbean apologized to passengers and turned the ship back to new jersey. due to weather forecasted for the next few days. >> the cruise line is promising more, but their vacations are ruined. canaveral, l. >> a lot of people were looking on twitter and told their ship was sinking on twitter. can you imagine being on the boat and feeling like it was -- >> why would you sail with those sort off force winds in your path? >> that's a good question. >> i know it's the third largest
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brand new one. so it has the latest technology. but still. >> the good news was they got to watch a super bowl. the television signals went out. >> that is the good news. the bad part is they were probably throwing up all of this. coming up, in our next half hour, the future of food shopping. 360 scans, pay as you go, smart boards with diet info. the interactive experience you would expect from the now. the tech innovations improves how you get your groceries. >> and peyton manning enjoying his bowl win but what might he could budweiser be be in the mix?
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the sheriff then retired and the paper said two guards were fired >> a picture of the empire state building as we listen to the man in black sing about the sheriff. >> snow coming down. one. >> we're not sure if the sheriff is retiring from the nfl, but peyton manning is dropping hints. >> as the star qb enjoys time at disneyland, we look back on his incredible career. we're "up all nightline" with abc's chris connelly. >> he's the oldest quarterback ever to lead his team to a super bowl victory. the underdog broncos beating cam newton's carolina panther. >> gets pass to fowler. >> reporter: but was manning's second super bowl victory his last rodeo or just the latest ride in the hall of fame career. >> i'll take time to reflect. i want to go his kiss my wife and my kids. i want to hug my family. i'm going to driching a lot of
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>> manning going. >> week after week, for 18 seasons with the indianapolis colts and then with the broncos. orchestrating the thrilling moments that have suspended the sports's popularity. like the colts super bowl xli win in the rain. off the field, a perennial pitch man. for apapa john's. top mastodon. >> do i really look like this. >> singing under his breath for ncaawide. >> i always told my father certain players are stars but there's a unique few that are a celebrities. >> even crossing over on "saturday night live." showing a true performers comic gifts. >> i'm not saying i have, you know what i mean. >> that cynical peyton a far cry from the boy who idolize his
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> who is your favorite player? >> growing up, i had my hero right in my house. >> peyton would dominate before becoming the number one overall pick of the 1998 nfl draft. he beat teams with his arm and leg. >> meticulous presnap routine earned him the nickname of the sheriff putting up huge numbers even as his teams somehow felt short in the postseason. his body taking a beating. for what threatened to be a career-ending neck injury. >> the doctors and i have ever been in good constant communication. everything they're saying was everything looks good. that i'll be cleared and ready to go. >> now as he ponders his next move, his options abound. >> you could play one more season perhaps with the moving to los angeles and in desperate
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and growing evidence over the tall takes. you could walk away into the arms of his family, pro football's preeminent passer going along for good. for "nightline," i'm chris connelly in los angeles. >> coming up, women silenced during the bowl. we'll explain. bls he music introducing new k-y touch gel cr me. for massage and intimacy. every touch, gently intensified. a little touch is all it takes.
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41 of the commercials that contained women 56% didn't have a speaking role. >> wow. >> and of the directors, 50 of the directors out of 55 were male. the directors of the commercials. >> wow. >> good spot, we did see serena williams and abby wambach and buddize wiser put out helen mirren and amy schumer but we need to up our game with women next year. >> speaking of the super bowl, we saw beyonce's amazing performance at the halftime show where she performed her new single "formation." proof stars are just like us. this is where beyonce spent saturday night. this beautiful house and with 270 views of san francisco bay. guess how she got this house? an airbnb. >> stop it. who's is this? >> some lucky person. it's $10,000 a night. >> a night?
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>> five bedrooms. you get these beautiful views. >> uh-huh. >> orchard trees. a cooke. privacy. >> fit for a queen. she deserves it. she nailed it. well, basketball. >> your expertise. >> my expertise. university of rochester intentionally missed a free throw. you've got to see this. it's down to a couple minutes. under five seconds left. the best thing to do is intentionally mis. this never really worked here. it did work. >> nice. >> it's incrediblebly difficult to do but these folks managed to make it happen. >> good job for the u of r. we love our panda. and from bay to bey, the
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this morning on "world news now," primary day in new hampshire. the last-minute campaigning and the very early votes already counted. we'll take you live to manchester. >> dire warnings about the zika virus. serious concerns from the cdc and safety questions for olympic athletes heading to south america. >> new this half hour, smarter shopping at the supermarket. > technology designed to speed up checkout and answer questions about the food you buy. a look at the stores of tomorrow today. >> and later in "the skinny," from group dates to getting
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our senior analyst is here with his exclusive kiss count. it's tuesday, february 9th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> good morning. it is a busy tuesday on this morning. i'm kendis gibson. >> and i'm reena ninan. we begin with the nation's second contest in the presidential campaign already under way. >> yeah. three tiny communities in new hampshire opened their polls at midnight, including dixville notch with just nine registered voters. the early returns have trump, kasich and cruz in a three-way tie. among the democrats, sanders is leading clinton by 28% in an election that could be an easy victory for the vermont senator. it is your voice, your vote. we're going to get started with abc's cecile yeah vega who is covering the democrats. >> hey, my friend. >> reporter: with hillary clinton in the fight of her life, her husband, bill, feeling the pressure, too. >> the hotter this election gets, the more i wish i were
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just for a few months, not the spouse of the next one. because -- you know, i have to be careful what i say. >> reporter: the former president taking on a new role in this campaign -- attack dog in chief, hitting bernie sanders. >> i mean, when you're making a revolution, you can't be too careful about the facts. >> reporter: clinton accusing some sanders' supporters of making offensive comments online to female hillary backers. >> to vicious trolling and attacks that are literally too profane often -- not to mention sexist -- to repeat. >> reporter: when i asked about those charges -- do you think the sanders campaign is playing dirty? after a long pause, finally an answer. >> no, i believe we ought to have the same rules for everybody. and if there is -- and i think we should be straightforward and transparent about all of this. >> reporter: bill clinton, not the only hillary surrogate on the offensive. former secretary of state madeleine albright playing the gender card.
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special place in hell for women who don't help each other. >> reporter: sanders feeling confident. >> join with us in making that political revolution. thank you all very much. >> reporter: this is bernie sanders final campaign stop before the voting starts. a university crowd expected to be in the thousands. this is exactly the group he needs to show up to push him to victory. cecilia vega, abc news, durham, new hampshire. >> you know what's so fascinating about new hampshire is the fact that 60% of the people usually come out and vote and they're overwhelmingly independent. they can show up to the polls and vote democrat or republican it's interesting to see how they vote. huge voing bloc so important. >> by the way, for the republicans, donald trump has held a strong lead in new hampshire. >> the undecided voters, what are they going to do? marci gonzalez is live in manchester. marci, what is trump saying
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we've got to get his take on this. >> reporter: hi, guys. good morning. donald trump at his last event last night gave a speech similar to what we heard from him going into the iowa caucuses where he told people no matter what's going on in your life, how sick you are, the terrible situation you're dealing with, you have to get out to vote saying after coming in second in iowa here in new hampshire, he would be happy if he wins even by just one vote. >> yeah. he he was saying it doesn't matter if your wife is breaking up with you, cheating on you, get out and vote today. but there's been a back and forth going on with trump and jeb bush all today throughout the day yesterday on twitter. what's with the war of words? >> i mean, this has been going on really heating up over the past few days. it really kind of started at the debate on saturday night when the jeb was going after trump on eminent domain and trump went after bush and told him to be quiet. so they've been going back and forth sparring with insults and
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and then today on twitter, bush it seems for now at least, he said that trump is a loser, a liar and a whiner. >> high school president. >> abc's marci gonzalez live in manchester. marci, please clap now. >> stay with abc news all day and all evening as our political team covers the primary. look for our wrap-up from new hampshire tomorrow morning on "world news now."" >> as wild and contentious as the presidential campaign has been, we may need to brace ourselves for even more chaos. former new york city mayor michael bloomberg confirms to the "financial times" that he's considering a run for the president himself as an independent. the eighth richest man in america says the current campaign is an insult to the voters. >> be interesting to see if he runs. the last day of campaigning before the new hampshire primary took place during a powerful storm that battered all of new england. in connecticut, a tour bus skidded and crashed on i-95.
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injured, three critically. the bus was traveling from new york city to mohegan sun casino. more than a foot of snow felt on some parts of new england. meanwhile, a second weather system in the upper plains triggered blizzard warnings in several states. whiteout conditions forced even tractor-trailers to pull off the roads in minnesota. several inches fell in wisconsin, as well. the storm is moving across the great lakes headed for new england and behind it, arctic air on the way to the east. in today's forecast, blustery across a wide area. more snow falls on the northeast. up to 7 inches expected, very cold with more snow in the upper midwest. the cold snap chills the southeast, too. but there's record warmth in the west. >> lucky l.a. in the '80s and phoenix, as well. 11 in minneapolis, 60s in both miami and seattle. 50s in new orleans for fat tuesday. >> some folks trying to escape the winter were in for something else. the cruise ship they were on damaged by hurricaneforce winds in the atlantic.
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port in new jersey. but royal caribbean is under fire for allowing the ship to say despite warnings about a storm. the ship battered sunday by 40-foot waves and 76-mile-an-hour winds that sent furniture flying and forced 4500 passengers into their cabins for hours. royal caribbean decided not to continue to the bahamas citing concern for the comfort of guests and more bad weather. president obama is hoping to step up battle against the zika virus asking congress for $1.8 billion to use on vaccines and other measures aimed at protecting pregnant women from the mosquito born virus. as u.s. athletes decide whether to take part in the summer olympics in hard hit brazil, the cdc moved its operation center to the highest alert center. >> denver will salute the broncos today with a championship parade and a downtown town rally. the team arrived back home with the trophy yesterday. fans were at the airport to
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arrived by bus. today thousands will line the parade route to salute the team who will also be honored at an event in denver's civic center park. >> it seems all but certain that seattle seahawks running back smaurn lynch is retiring. the guy known as beast mode has played nine seasons in the nfl. he's leaning the game ranked second among active players with 74 rushing touchdowns. he's is only 29 years old. there's no question his most famous quote came at super bowl media day last year. i'm just here so i won't get fined. >> my favorite quote. this is a first here on "world news now." we don't think we've ever done a story about a college level gymnast before. this is going viral so we may, as well. >> this is sef fina dejesus of ucla. her floor routine this past weekend against utah knocked them out and had teammates and
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incredible. we're not going to try to describe it here. the crowd was calling for a perfect ten. but she received a 9.925 from the judges. 9.925. good going. i think she deserved a 10 though. >> what had have required her to get the perfect score. >> i hesitated for a second. what's the missing factor? it helped ucla defeat utah. coming up in "the skinny," the group date, the roses. and who is getting serious "the bachelor." our senior analyst is standing by. >> also ahead, challenges for michael jackson's daughter paris. the daily struggle she's faces and the help she's getting. > and smarter stores and speedier checkouts. we're revealing the secrets of the supermarket of tomorrow.
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>> the canopy of a gas station near los angeles collapsing yesterday, trapping two cars that were there filling up. two maintenance workers were on the canopy when they noticed cracks in it. that's when it began to give way. one worker scrambled away, the other rode it down as it fell. he was slightly injured. the gas station is closed. >> we know being a teenager can be hard for anyone. but what if your dad was the late michael jackson, one of the most famous humans on the planet? trying to have a normal life can be very difficult. >> michael jackson's teenage daughter paris is the one having a tough time, and she's opening up about the pressures she's
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abc's linsey davis with more. >> reporter: she's the king of pop's only daughter and paris jackson is fighting back against the pressures of fame. in a now deleted rant on instagram, the late michael jackson's 17-year-old daughter tells her more than 170,000 followers she's being attacked online. saying that she feels ridiculous expectations to respond to countless people she doesn't even know. leave me alone >> reporter: while her father aired his frustrations in his 1987 hit "leave me alone," paris is turning to social media, saying she faces similar pressures writing, he was ripped to shreds daily. i will not let that happen to me. >> paris jackson happens to be the daughter of possibly the most famous pop star who ever lived. so she's got more pressure than most celebrity kids. >> reporter: while it's unclear just what prompted her posts,
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recently had to struggle with addiction, writing i'm expected to literally sit all day. i have aa meetings to go to. since her father's death in 2009 paris has spent time at a therapeutic boarding school in utah, recovering from an attempted suicide in 2013. something her grandmother katherine jackson discussed with "60 minutes" australia. >> i guess she was suffering and we didn't know it. >> reporter: paris now seems to liken that time in her life to the weight of stardom writing, when i was 14, people were sending so much hate to the point where i was suicidal. adding while she's the only person in the public eye that she knows that responds to comments online, apparently that's not enough. linsey davis, abc news, new york. >> people don't realize comments you make how hurtful they can be to someone, especially a teenager. >> people are on their couch sending comments on twitter and targeted to teenagers. that's tough. >> we wish her the best of luck.
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bachelor" got serious. our analyst breaks it all down for us. >> plus, kris jenner responds to her critics.
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episode of abc's "the bachelor." >> here with the details as usual, our senior "bachelor" analyst, jack sheehan himself. >> brought the bouquet this morning to reflect the fact that "the bachelor" got serious last night. we didn't want to do the whole entrance thing. forget about that. i'm sitting here at the desk, let's do this. >> seriously. >> seriously, no doubt. first some housekeeping. episode started with a rose ceremony. jennifer, she's gone. then ben and the nine survivors went to the bahamas. kayla went on a one-on-one date with ben. they got the rose. group date, ben, the women and a bunch of pigs. >> a bunch of pigs? >> a bunch of pigs that we'll see in the water. there they are. >> real pigs. >> yes. our intern ebony just called it a really cool group date. so it must have ever been. they were hanging out with them, they're feeding them.
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jo jo i would say had the line of the night. she said, "it was like a bar in there were pigs everywhere." amanda on the group date gets the rose. that was leah looking concerned. leah then goes over to ben's room to visit. she's trying to throw our girl lauren b. under the bus. >> no, she didn't. she's telling ben that lauren b. isn't the same person as she is you know, in front of the girls. you get the idea what i'm trying to say. ben's not having it. ben's like, she's being catty, she's not being genuine. ben's like, girl, you got to go. leah is shown the door. last chance desperate attempt. last chance saloon as they call it in british soccer. see you, leah. she is gone. the two-on-one date, this was the real showdown of the evening. olivia who everybody still hates and emily so somebody's going
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they had pretty poor weather. >> it's a hurricane. >> it was windy. you get the whole deal. not the best weather for talking on a private island. when it was all said and done, olivia was basically left behind. >> no. >> yeah. so basically the world has mercifully been saved from olivia. she was about as upset, olivia was about as upset afterwards as cam newton was after the super bowl. >> that upset. >> that was upset. see you later. >> she was the anchorwoman, right? >> she was the anchorwoman, who knows. but anyway, thankfully olivia is gone. the rose ceremony, there was no cocktail party. ben said forget about that. he said he was emotionally, physically exhausted. he said he felt isolated. he felt alone. comes down to it, it's the end of the road for lauren h. we're down to only one lauren. we've thinned out the crowds of laurens, only one left.
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reflecting the seriousness of the episode last night. the kiss count stops at four, less than half. and they'll get at it again next week. there's six women left, caila, amanda, emily, beckka, jo jo and our girl lauren b. >> all right. >> analyst out. >> senior analyst jack sheehan. thank you, sir, so much. >> we didn't get to hang out that long. thanks, jack. so we're going to turn now to some other "skinny" headlines. kris jenner mother to the kardashians and the world's best momager. >> she's taken a lot of heat over the years for how she put her family in the public eye. >> in the new issue of "harper's bazaar" magazine, she opens up about her fame and everything that comes with it including this photo shoot taken by bad boy photographer terry richardson poking fun at her kardashian lifestyle by posing as a ringleader of the circus. >> there was a much more serious moment when jenner was asked
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okay. so whether you like it or not, grocery shopping is one of those things that simply just has to get done. and depending on the store, the process really could use some improvements. >> thankfully new technology could make the next trip down the aisle a little easier. here's abc's tina trinh. >> reporter: attention shoppers. the supermarket is about to get a hi-tech makeover. tech companies are working on
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the afls even more convenient. check out interactive smart shelves that recognize when you point at an item and take it off the shelf. >> a bag of pasta, it will notice that it's the bag of pasta. it's going to show all the ingredients along with the allergens. it will tell you the origin. >> behind the scenes motion sensing cameras are at work. in the checkout lane, the jade x 7 scanner from data logic uses multiple cameras to scan groceries from all angles making checkout foolproof. >> it doesn't matter what orientation i put on, i can even read items facing the bottom. i can take this barcode and face it down. we measure volume. in case i have a stacked item, it will identify it to the user. you can do this blindfolded. it doesn't matter where you put it on or how you put it on there. >> over at swedish company i tab, representatives are showing off the 2.0 version of conveyor belts. >> this is not any conveyor belt. a smart one, right? >> it's really smart.
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>> it works by identifying the barcode. >> okay. >> by scanning it it, placing it down on this belt which includes a weighing system. >> that weighing system can't be fooled either. >> reporter: right. >> which includes a weighing system. >> that system can't be fooled either. if i scan this. >> you can try it. right? >> but you put down that instead. >> i put that one, yeah. >> it doesn't go because it knows this isn't on the conveyor belt. >> if i remove this one -- >> there it goes. >> want to skip the checkout lane all together. a new app lets you scan bar codes as you shop, pay on your phone and go. it all adds up to a checkout that puts you in the virtual express lane. >> tina trinh, abc news, new york. >> i love my grocery store. i probably spend two or three times a week at the store. >> two or three times your paycheck probably at the store. >> look how our graphics department happened to have that photo ready. >> and i do think that's spam.
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good morning. i'm kendis gibson. >> and i'm reena ninan. here are some of the top headlines we're following this morning on "world news now." early primary returns are in as three tiny new hampshire towns voted at midnight. the rest of the state follows this morning. full primary coverage ahead. >> former new york city mayor michael bloomberg is calling the presidential campaign an insult to the voters. he tells the "financial times" run for president as an independent candidate. the cruise ship rocked by giant waves and hurricane force winds heading back to new jersey with
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now royal caribbean is facing questions about its decision to sail even though the storm was forecast for days. and the super bowl champs denver broncos will be saluted by their fans today during a downtown parade and rally. the team arrived home yesterday from the bay area following sunday's victory over carolina. those are some of our top stories on this tuesday, february 9th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> we do say good morning to you. let's get started this half hour. the early votes already cast in new hampshire. >> three tiny communities in the granite state have counted 65 votes with trump, kasich and cruz in a three-way tie and sanders outpacing clinton nearly 2-1. it's your voice, your vote. and our coverage begins with abc's marci gonzales in manchester, new hampshire. morning, marci. >> good morning. the endless events here are now over. the candidates made their final
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all paid off. the first votes are in. >> got the result. >> after three small precincts in new hampshire cast their ballots at midnight. >> donald j. trump, two. for john r. kasich, we have three. on the democratic side, we have four votes cast for bernie sanders. none for hillary. >> reporter: with the rest of the granite state now just hours away from making their decision -- >> i want this job because i love this country. >> i. >> reporter: the candidates worked into the night to win them over. >> this is sort of our final love fest, all right? because tomorrow you have to get out and you have to vote no matter what. >> reporter: donald trump still ahead by double digits in the polls, leading marco rubio. >> i need your vote. >> reporter: and ted cruz. >> at this point it's all about. >> reporter: front-runner trump drawing huge crowds and borrowing a message from democrat bernie sanders.
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it's a movement. >> reporter: sanders with what he calls a revolution is ahead of hillary clinton by the 23 points in the latest poll. >> tomorrow, the people of new hampshire will have the opportunity to say that enough is enough. >> reporter: clinton though feeling confident. believe >> reporter: with bill and chelsea's help, hoping for a repeat of the success she had in new hampshire in 2008. >> i will get up every day and do all that i can to make a real difference for you. difference for you. your families and our country. >> reporter: and while there are clear front-runners, the outcome could end up being much different with about 44% of voters here still undecided. kendis and reena? >> so it should be a long day there in new hampshire. thank you, marci. saucy language was tossed around during a campaign stop for trump. last night in manchester, it happened as the front-runner
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the crowd shouted out an obscenity. he asked her to repeat it. but she still couldn't be heard through the big sports arena so trump repeated it. terrible. terrible. >> trump gently reprimanded the woman for using the term, telling her never to repeat it again. cruz's campaign responded reminding trump who won the iowa caucuses. >> senator marco rubio is coming under fire after saturday night's debate from two of his chief opponent. jeb bush and chris christie are criticizing rubio for what christie calls his memorized 25-second speech. tom llamas is covering the rubio campaign. >> the next president of the united states of america, marco rubio!
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short memories. >> marco! marco! >> reporter: voters bringing up that debate debacle. >> saturday night, you didn't do too good, but i'm still rooting for you. >> i feel good about it. we raised a lot of money online. >> reporter: i asked the senator if he's going to change his message. you're going to stick to the lines, even those in the debate they are criticizing you for, right? >> we're not going to change our message the entire campaign. right up to the general election when we defeat hillary clinton. barack obama is doing terrible damage to america. >> reporter: you still feel momentum? >> i wish more republicans would say that. >> reporter: you still feel momentum? >> absolutely. every day, we have more people joining our effort. we feel great. we really do. >> reporter: for rubio, the timing couldn't be worse. undecided voters telling me the debate moment stuck with them. >> i personally didn't think rubio did so well. i think he kind of got beat up on. >> rush limbaugh coming to his defense acknowledging the debate wasn't his finest moment but saying what he kept repeating is republicans, that president obama "executed a plan to transform america into something
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rush said that's a line more republicans should be using. tom llamas, nashua, new hampshire new hampshire. >> look for more live coverage from new hampshire in our next half hour as the votes are counted. stay with abc news for complete coverage. we're going to turn our focus now to the zika virus. president obama asking congress for nearly $2 billion to battle the disease. state of emergency in florida now spanning seven counties. but will the virus stop u.s. olympians in their tracks? we get more now from abc's linsey davis. questions about travel to brazil, home of one of the virus. and the 2016 summer games. with the olympics six months away, and an estimated half million people expected to attend, the real dilemma is for the athletes. >> it's very difficult to give advice to people who have devoted the last x number of years, training for that. the cdc and the nih can just give them the facts and the
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>> reporter: the u.s. olympic committee is advising athletes to listen to the cdc, while olympic officials in rio are trying to downplay the threat. u.s. soccer's chief medical officer tells us, members of the u.s. women's soccer team, who have won three consecutive olympic gold medals, are taking all necessary precautions in regard to the zika virus. for 33-year-old u.s. sprinter deedee trotter, there's no question at all. >> i don't care what kind of viruses and stuff come out, we're going to finish this one out. >> reporter: rising concern about the zika virus prompted the white house to ask congress for $1.8 billion to help deal with the threat. linsey davis, abc news, new york. the president of a fraternity at cornell university will be in court this morning to face attempted rape antoine other charges. wolfgang ballinger was arrested for an incident a week ago. a fellow student accused him of abusing her at his room at psi epsilon. ballinger has been jailed since
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his fraternity chapter now suspended. >> strong winds and dry conditions raising the wildfire threat from kansas to central texas. gusts up to 50 miles an hour fueled several fires around oklahoma city. this is on monday. smoky conditions caused several accidents on interstate 44 before authorities shut down the westbound lanes. wind gusts are expected to reach 30 miles an hour today. and blowing snow and icy conditions caused this tour bus accident on i-95 in connecticut. the dangerous weather part of a major winter storm battering coastal new england on monday. the accident injured more than 30 people. three of them critically. the bus was traveling from new york city to the mohegan sun >> here's one indication how popular drones are these days. the faa says there are now more registered drone operators in the u.s. than there are registered planes. there are now about 325,000 drone owners. that's about 5,000 more than the number of registered aircraft.
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was launched just before christmas to track operators who break the rules. >> as you know, jet lag is one of the worst things about making a long trip. now researchers say they've found a new way to fight it. a study done at stanford university says sleeping amid short flashes of light the night before your trip can help you speed up the process of adjusting to a different time zone. that so-called light therapy is a way of speeding up the brain's adjustment to time changes. >> what are you saying? sleep with a disco ball and have it flash? >> pretty much. it's not hot flashes you're having. it's just you're just getting used to jet lag. >> i don't know about that one. >> me either. >> several of the hollywood stars who attended the oscars nominee luncheon would probably be jet lagged. they gathered at the beverly hilton hotel.
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discussion about diversity and some news. during the oscars names on the screen will roll during acceptance speeches. >> producers say it's a way of allowing the winners to say what's in their heart as opposed to just naming people. the oscars will be handed out on sunday, february 28th right here. on abc. >> there's a little bit of diversity there. there's a yellow guy in the middle. >> the girl with the red hair. >> there is. and the second is up in the stands. so there's a little bit of color at the oscars. >> coming up, turning a beauty pageant blunder into memorable advertising. the huge hit from steve harvey. >> got to love steve harvey. he's a funny guy. >> also ahead, the spectacular celebration of the chinese new year. elaborate fireworks few people get to see. >> and cyber bullies attacking students in elementary. and the live in it to win in it
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do i still get the miles? new mucinex sinus-max liquid gels. dissolves fast to unleash max strength medicine. start the relief. ditch the misery. let's end this. scientists in india are investigating whether a man was killed by a meteorite. he was in the area where the object struck. fragments of it are being analyzed to determine whether it was actually a meteorite. the tragedy is rare because the rocks burn up in the earth's atmosphere or fall into a ocean. the last death believed to be
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to have happened in 1825. >> wow. >> so unlucky for that man. >> guess it was his time. experts say there were a record number of shark attacks worldwide. they put the number of unprovoked attacks at 98 with 59 of them taking place here in the u.s. the previous record was 88 attacks. that happened in the year 2000. the number of attacks is expected to continue growing as human and shark populations climb. >> well, personal attacks made online can be especially brutal and damaging and in the new age of cyberbullying kids and parents have even more to worry >> trying to stop bullying can be like a disease and new the spread of the hurtful abc's megan hughes with the >> reporter: at shipley ferry, west virginia, these third graders already have stories about being >> i was kind of sad because he was calling me stupid. i was a little like depressed after that. >> you want to bully back but you know it's not the right
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>> reporter: high school senior and teen pageant winner lexie helps student resist that urge. >> step one. >> say stop and nothing else. >> step two. >> don't retaliate. >> experts say children bullied often become bullies themselves. lexie has also been a target. >> people who cyberbully anonymously are cowards and that's all they are. >> some kids do it for power. some do it just for a lark. they just think it's funny. >> psychologist dr. susan bartell says children are often still developing impulse control and their parents need to get involved. >> your child who is the bully, even if they're doing it for childhood reasons that later in life will be meaningless can have a police record. >> what if your child is the cyberbully? one study found more than 80% of young people think it's easier to get away with bullying online than bullying in person like at school. >> i wanted to create this filter system that would monitor
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relief knowing and trusting that their kid could use these social media platforms and text messages. >> reporter: michele joel shows us one of several tech solutions for parents. her software my social sitter uses algorithms to filter. so when a teen types a negative message, it gets blocked. parents get notified. >> if you love your kids, you've got to keep up with the technology. >> diana gibbs hasn't gotten supervising software yet, but says all parents need to police their children's cyberlives. >> it's real. you know, kids will put things on twitter and they can get in a lot of trouble for it. >> reporter: megan hughes, abc news, harper's ferry, west virginia. >> this is why i'm grateful there was no social media when i was in high school. it's so serious and so devastating when you're at that age especially. >> so easy at this point. >> coming up, firing up the new year. >> the breathtaking light show
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heat. the beautiful and risky display. you're watching "world news now." you're watching "world news now."
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surprised to find out just how they pull it off. here's abc's bob woodruff. >> reporter: in this remote corner of china, the night sky lights up with a remarkable and unique kind of fire works. few people in the world will ever get the chance to see them. these breathtaking and extreme pyrotechnic displays that welcome in the lunar new year are known as dash y ku kua. they're made by brave black smiths hurling molten iron against a wall, causing sparks to rain down. >> this is one of the black smiths who puts on the main attraction. [ speaking foreign language ] >> reporter: how long does it take you to learn how to do
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>> reporter: first they melt the metal at 2900 degree heat. >> the warmest place in the entire show. during the performance, the men are only protected by a sheep skin vest and a wide brim hat. >> do you feel it's dangerous for him to just throw this burning metal up in the sky like that? do you ever get worried about it? >> reporter: that fire and the centuries old tradition still illuminate the entire town. >> is this the most beautiful kind of fireworks in the world?
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china. >> incredible, huh? only bob could sort of describe it that way and show it to us. >> it's an art, it's unique and it is the most beautiful fireworks out there. >> it's incredible and fascinating to me that they do this. by the way, it's the year of the monkey. if you were born in 2000, 1962 or 196, happy year of the monkey. you see, medicare doesn't cover everything - only about 80% of your part b medical expenses. 8, happy year of the monkey. the rest is up to you. so if 65 is around the corner, think about an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. like all standardized medicare supplement insurance plans, they help cover some of what medicare doesn't pay. and could save you in out-of-pocket medical costs. so don't wait. call to request your free decision guide. and gather the information now to help you choose a plan later. these types of plans let you pick any doctor or hospital that takes
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miss universe pageant, the phrase "you're hired" must be music to steve harvey's ears. so when he popped up during that super bowl ad, you saw it, it was nice to see that he made it out of the scandal and to the other side. >> not only that, he's now having fun with the flub proving it's not whether you win or lose. well, okay, apparently that does matter. >> reporter: leave it to steve harvey. >> listen, folks, i have to apologize. >> reporter: to turn a big blunder. >> i have to apologize, miss universe 2015 is philippines. into big laughs. >> verizon got it wrong. yes, not me. >> reporter: the t-mobile super bowl add poking fun at his december hosting mishap when he announced the wrong winner at the miss universe pageant. >> it was a tough thing that happened but after awhile you got to start smiling about this.
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concept. nice little dig at myself. >> reporter: and we were right there the going behind the scenes with the comedian as he shot his big ad for the big game. >> whoa, whoa, listen, folks, i have to apologize. those were last year's numbers it says it right here on the card. i'm not taking responsibility on this one. huh-uh, verizon got it wrong, yes, not me. >> reporter: after all the controversy, harvey now says he's finally able to laugh at it. >> when something really major happens that's kind you have negative in your life, you've got to ride the storm out. whoever thought that this mishap with miss universe would turn into a super bowl commercial. >> yes, not me. >> a super bowl windfall is more like it. man, he's just rolling in the deep right now. >> i'm a huge fan of steve's. i think he's so funny. >> he's a good guy. >> he turned lemons into lemonade. >> yes, he did.
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though but he recovered. >> that's the news for this half
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