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good monday morning, i'm kendis gibson. >> i'm diane macedo. here are some of the top headlines we're following on "world news now." the mastermind behind some of america's most chilling murders has died. charles manson convinced a group of his followers to go on a killing spree in august 1969. we have a full report ahead. and the special counsel is now requesting documents from the justice department. they include e-mails related to the firing of jeames comey and jeff
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to abandon roy moore despite claims that he sexually assaulted minors, and al franken says he will not resign amid al faci algation of sexual misconduct. pink stunned the world with her daring climb. and bruno mars took home seven trophy, and diana ross was honored with a lifetime achievement award. much more ahead on this monday, november 20th. from abc news, this is "world news now." ♪ ♪ >> it always feels like, that song makes it feel like it's raining in central park. >> it's amazing to be reminded of how many hits diana ross has had over her career, amazing. >> she sang four.
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from the supremes. >> we will have more from the award show coming up. but the death of america's most infamous serial killer. >> charles manson's masterminding of a series of killings in 1969 terrorized los angeles and stunned the world. >> reporter: the wild-eyed swastika marked man was inspired by the beatles song "helter-skelter." finally died at age 83. >> is charlie mapson crazy? >> whatever that means, sure, crazy, mad as a hatter. >> reporter: charles manson, the evil mastermind behind the 1969 murder spree that took the lives of seven people, the pregnant actress, sharon tate, the most prominent of the murdered, a rising hollywood star from the movie "valley of the dolls" also
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lee know a the labiancas. he put the blame on his band of followers. >> i never told anybody to do anything other than what they wanted to do. >> and if they wanted to do murder, that was okay with you. >> that's not my business, woman, i'm a convict, a rebel, i'm not a sunday schoolteacher. >> reporter: the murder trial was a circus. he calls himself jesus christ and is convicted of murder, along with four of his followers. once called the most dangerous man in america. >> the hearing of charles manson. >> reporter: manson spent 46 years behind bars and was denied parole 12 times. he leaves behind a legacy of depraved murder. >> if you're going to do murder, do something witching, just like i would tell you. if you're
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do it well, and do something witching. leave a se leave a sign to let the world know that you were there. >> leave something witchy. >> face of evil for many people there, personified. our thanks to jim avila. we're going to move to president trump and the controversy from the weekend. the father of one of the ucla basketball players arrested in china, the back and north throughout the weekend. >> when reached by abc news last night, lavar ball questioned why the president wasn't nextfocussn more important things. this is after he failed to give the president credit for his son's release. the president later added shopivity willisho shoplifting is a very big deal in china. but not to father lavar. should have gotten his son out on my next trip to china instead. very
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and the president has renewed his call to build the wall following the death of a border patrol agent in texas. authorities led by the fbi are searching for witnesses and suspects in the big bend area after the agent was killed and his partner seriously injured. the president is vowing to bring those responsible to justice. and massive man hunts are under way for suspects wanted for the murders of two police officers. in pennsylvania they're searching for the suspect in the shooting of officer shaw. he was shot over the weekend during a traffic stop. the suspect is armed and dangerous. and in baltimore, police are hunting for the killer of detective shawn suitor. he died wednesday after being shot in the head while investigating a murder. and millions from the midwest to the northeast will be dealing with wind chills in the 20s this morning. there's lake-effect snow coming down across the region as well. >> some areas will get more than six inches of snow and the northwest is bracing for yet another storm
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to focus on holiday travel. paul williams at accuweather tracking it all. good morning, paul. >> good morning, kendis, diane. a new storm for monday. local flooding from seattle to northern california. wind gusts up to 50-60 miles per hour. so travel disruptions expected. here's the travel weather. get ready to plan everything. looking great travel weather for most of the country with the exception of the northwest corner of the country for tuesday. in case you're leaving wednesday, we're still having trouble in the northwestern corners. everywhere else, fair. warm in the west on thanksgiving but here we come with another blast of cold weather nfor the mississippi river valley region we're going to have a dip in the jet and cold air taking over. kendis, diane? >> quite a bit of cold air moving in, paul, thank you. the final moments of a world war ii vet are raising questions about nursing home neglect and
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james dempsey's family says the nursing staff ignored him as he repeatedly begged for help. erielle reshef has more. >> reporter: the desperate cries for help caught in this gut-wrenching video revealed during a deposition. hidden cameras installed by james dempsey's family rolling at 89-year-old gasped for air, calling for help six times. the horrifying ordeal calling for the family to sue the nursing home, claiming the staff waited 90 minutes to administer cpr. in this video, the nurse claims the staff administered cpr immediately. >> you guys continued giving cpr until the emts took over? >> yes. >> reporter: but the nurse unaware she was being recorded. shouldn't you be doing chest compressions
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>> yes. >> reporter: that lawsuit settled. we reached out for comment. so far we have not heard back. erielle reshef, abc news, new york. david cassidy's family is preparing for the end. he has taken a grim turn for the worst as he deals with multiple organ failure. he publicly admitted his struggle with alcohol and substance abuse issues and revealed earlier this year his battle with dementia. hollywood and broadway are mourning the face of a familiar face in the '80s. erle hyman is known for playing grandpa huxtable on "the koscos show." britain's royal family has released new
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marking the platinum anniversary, that's 70th anniversary of queen elizabeth and prince phillip. >> they feature the queen and the duke of edinborough with a variety of poses. another one there seated in a gilded chair, fit for royalty. >> absolutely. the couple wed in a lavish ceremony on this day in 1947 at westminster abbey. congratulations. >> 70 years! pretty cool. coming up, mission accomplished after 30 years. the simple soccer ball destined for space back in 1986 finally completes its historic trip. plus using dna to build a composite picture of a suspect. how investigators managed to crack this cold case. but first here's a look at today's temperatus.
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1 million odyssey maini vans, te second row of seats may tip over. the recall involves 2011 to this year. honda has received nearly 50 reports of minor injuries related to the tipping of those seats. and trader joe's is recalling three salad products. they contain chicken or turkey. all three have use-by dates between november 10 and tomorrow. trader joe's is urging people who bought the salads to either throw them away or return them to stores where they were purchased. >> that's why i eat cheeseburgers instead. and this one sounds like science fiction. imagine using dna found at a crime scene to build a facial composite of a suspect. that's what investigators in texas managed to do. >> they actually cracked a cold
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technique. >> reporter: a year after she was found beaten to death, her accused killer is in custody, exposed by a revolutionary method of dna testing that predicted his appearance. >> that photo is the reason why we got justice for our daughter. >> reporter: since may of 2016, blankenship's parents have agonized wondering who killed her, never realizing it could be a neighbor and fellow parishioner at their church who posted online about her death. the case stumping investigators until they decided to use what's called snapshot testing. it determines predictions for skin, eye and hair color as well as ancestry. >> it generates new information from that dna. tells us more about that person. things that the police couldn't have known before. >> reporter: the testing leading to this computer-generated image
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ma made public. >>en when ---en whe when within hours we received tips. >> reporter: he confessed to his congregation. >> if you have a generated appearance that looks exactly like the person, that could be a real potential motivator for the person to go, look, they figured out that i did this. >> i'm just grateful that they caught him. the photograph did it. >> reporter: and riggs is charged with capital murder and held without bond. he's due in court on monday. marci gonzalez, abc news, los angeles. >> amazing that they have that capability. >> technology there. marcy, thank you. coming up, defy gravity at the american music awards. >> we are studying footage and trying to see if we can somehow give this a go. that's pink at the
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♪ my beautiful trauma ♪ my, my >> amazing. absolutely amazing, but that's nothing that we can't top. right? >> sure. >> you ready? >> i think so. >> see that? this isn't so hard after all. >> not at all. >> we felt inspired by pink and that big, amazing finale that she did on the american music awards, so we decide this would be the finale of our own. >> it's easy. but first, here's everything worth watching from last night's american music awards. you're tangling me. >> together our strength will pull us through. together we shall overcome the pain. together we can unite
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people and as a nation. if you know what i'm talking about, make some noise right now. ♪ >> talkin' about empowering our lgbtq youth. may we continue to progress as a nation towards one of love, of equality. ♪ baby, i'm sorry ♪ i'm not sorry >> you just remember that if you feel different or you feel not understood, don't you dare give up on who you are. you fight like hell for what you believe in. ♪
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♪ and i will always love you ♪ i will always ♪ i will always love you ♪ my love ♪ my love ♪ >> yeah, give it to your other half. >> absolutely. >> absolutely, you should be sharing these, my love. ♪ all you have to do is take a minute ♪ ♪ take your time ♪ the clock is ticking ♪ >> all of you tonight, whether you're a fan or an artist, i want you guys to take a moment to appreciate what you've got and make chester proud. thank you guys so
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>> michael jackson, trendy outfits from one of my mother's specials, and this is the actual original shirt i found in the garage, and you say what was i doing in the garage? i was shopping, not stealing. ♪ >> these are my grandchildren, my grandbabies. ♪ ♪ no way can stop me >> some of the highlights from last night's show. diana ross, absolutely killing it, singing some of her top hits from the last 50 years, her very long-standing career. she's still got it. >> she absolutely does have it. but everybody's still talking about pink. >> oh, yes. >> swinging from that 34-storey building. >> unbelievable. >> there were some issues a little earlier on, you know, during rehearsals on saturday. she was worried. >> why would there be issues with something like that? >> i would totally do that. >> totally safe. >> it was fun, but there
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some issues, and nobody really thought she'd be able to pull it off, but she did. >> did anybody tell you the news, kendis? we're changing the name of "world news now." >> what is it? >> the diane macedo show. we'll be back after this break. bye. ve you, basement guest bathroom. your privacy makes you my number 1 place to go number 2. i love you, but sometimes you stink. febreze air effects doesn't just mask, it cleans away odors. because the things you love the most can stink. and try febreze small spaces to clean away odors for up to 30 days. breathe happy with febreze. that cough doesn't sound so good. take mucinex dm. i'll text you in 4 hours when your cough returns. one pill lasts 12 hours, so... looks like i'm good all night! why take 4-hour cough medicine? just one mucinex lasts 12 hours. let's end this.
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♪ >> how many people went to see that movie? >> "justice league", baby. a soccer ball with a complicated past finally comes home. >> reporter: it's an image seared in our memory, the crew of the space shuttle
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heading to the launch pad. on this launch, a soccer ball signed by daughter janel and teammates from texas. and this image which we will never forget. challenger exploding 73 seconds after liftoff. >> the shock in the nation has given way to grief. >> on a florida beach they are gathering the bits and pieces, the driftwood of tragedy in space. >> reporter: one of the items recovered in the accident debris, that soccer ball. you can still make out the team's message. good luck shuttle crew, 1986. >> they didn't really tell you too much at the time so i didn't know ma was recovered. >> reporter: the ball made its way back to clear lake high school until another astronaut, colonel shane kimbrough, whose children also went to that school asked if he could take something into space. >> i was asked to fly this soccer ball into space to get
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to its destination. >> reporter: here it is floating in the international space station, 30 years later, mission accomplished. colonel kimbrough brought that back to the high school and right by her side, the same friends that were there, her soccer team from 1986. >> it is my honor to present back to the family -- >> a shame to take it back, it was not only a mission complete, but it added a lot of closure, knowing that that was the only thing that got returned back to space and fulfilled that one particular expedition. >> reporter: tom llamas, abc news, new york. s >> how cool? >> it was very cool and a fulfillment. it must have been so touching to see it in person. >> that's all we have for this hour. >> my back hurts still. >> from what?
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>> i don't know what you are talking about.
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this morning on "world news now," breaking news. the death of charles manson. >> he has died in a california hospital after more than 45 years in prison. we're looking at his crimes and life behind bars as we get new details from california. and dangerous winds bringing down scaffolding, and with lake-effect snow moving into the great lakes and heavy rain approaching the west, how will it affect your thanksgiving travel plans? we'll have the forecast. plus, see the new video just in of a small plane flying dangerously low, feet away from cars. we'll show you what happened
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next. ♪ and who cares who won which award at the american music awards last night. it was all about the performances from legendary icon -- good lord to that one on the side of the building, a mind-bending night for music, and our correspondent is there live helping people pick their jaws up off the ground. it is monday, november 20th. from abc news, this is "world news now." that was a great performance there by kelly clarkson, but -- >> amazing. >> that is not what people are talking about. >> no, pink! >> oh, my lord. >> how, how, how, singing live while performing on the side of a tower. >> not lip synching. >> no. >> singing. absolutely amazing from a 34-storey building from downtown. we'll delve into how it all played out and what happened in
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rehearsals that made her say no, we will not do this, possibly. we'll get to that, of course. but of course we do want to move on and start with the big, breaking news that moved in moments ago, the death of america's most notorious serial killer, charles manson. >> manson has been behind bars for 46 years along with his family of killers who terrorized los angeles in 1969 with shocking murders. >> reporter: he was the mastermind of some of america's most chilling mass murders, the creator of a killer crime family. >> i'm a convict. i'm an outlaw. i'm a rebel. i'm not a sunday schoolteacher. >> reporter: for decades, charles manson occupied a lone place in american pop culture. the thing of nightmares, a man who convinced other people to commit murder for him. you had them thinking you were jesus christ. how did you do that? >> just being myself. all men are jes
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>> reporter: abc's diane sawyer interviewed manson back in 1993. >> i never told anybody to do anything other than what they wanted to do. >> reporter: in the late 1960s, manson formed a sofrts commune and became obsessed with the beatles song "healthlter-skelte. he ordered his followers to go inside a home and kill everyone inside. sharon tate, she was eight and a half months pregnant. the next night they went to the labianca house. >> if you're going to do something, leave something witchy. >> reporter: they did. messages written on the walls in their victims' blood. the 35-year-old and the women on trial with him constantly staged antics inside the courtroom.
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and they were all sentenced to death. >> a long time ago being crazy meant something. >> reporter: that sentence would be commuted to life in prison. he was denied parole 12 times and eventually died in custody. marci gonzalez, new york. >> none of the manson family members who were convicted in the killing have ever been released from prison. officials say manson died of natural causes late last night. he was 83 years old, a long life, sadly. >> still eerie to watch those interviews of him talking about this so casually and so relaxed. >> that he was jesus to them and he let them do what they wanted to do in the first place. >> very bizarre case still. but we have other breaking news. we're learning that special counsel robert mueller has directed the justice department to turn over a wide range of documents. >> a source tells abc news investigators from mueller's office are seeking e-mails related
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comey and the decision by jeff sessions to recuse himself. so get this. this means that mueller is now demanding documents from the same department that's overseeing his investigation. we'll see how that plays out. the president is engaged in a back and forth as you now oev the ucla basketball players who were arrested in china. the president tweeted on sunday that he should have left them in jail. when he reached by abc news hours ago, lavar ball, the father of liangelo bar and lonzo ball questioned why the president wasn't focussed on more important things. the president was back on twitter last night saying shoplifting is a very big deal in china, as it should be. five to ten years in jail, but not to father lavar. should have gotten his son out during my next trip to china instead. china told them why they were released. very ungrateful. now to the growing fallout for alabama republican senate candidate roy moore, with his state's special
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just three weeks away. scheduled for december 12th. 50 liberal pastors are speaking out against moore calling him unfit for office and three major alabama papers are urging voters to vote against him. so many christian conservatives are standing by him saying he has defended their values. and a spokesperson for senator al franken tells abc news the senator will not resign. franken is accused of forcibly kissing radio host leanne tweeden in 2006. he says he remembers the encounter differently but apologized for a photo where he appears to be groping tweeden while she sleeps. franken's tribute to david letterman has been cut from a pbs special that ayeirs tonight. and jeffrey tambor has decided not to return for season five of "transparent." he denies allegations by his former
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transgender actress. playing the lead role has earned him two emmies and a golden globe. but he says given the politicized atmosphere afflicting the set he cannot return. and an urgent manhunt is under way four tr the suspects brutal murders of two officers in separate case. police say the suspect from pittsburgh is armed and dangerous. shaw was just 25 years old. and over in baltimore, police are searching for the suspect in the shooting of homicide detective shawn suitor. he was shot in the head on wednesday while vettinginvestig murder. the u.s. navy's technology is on the way to help search four for a
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the area being searched is nearly 200,000 mile, bigger than the state of california. now let's check out the weather as the holiday week starts to kick into gear. lake-effect snow across the great lakes region, that will likely continue along with strong winds in the area as well. >> there's plenty of colder air pouring in. wind chills will be in the 20s from the northwest to the northeast. >> and scaffolding swinging on the side of the building in new york. thankfully no one hurt, but the winds actually brought down the scaffolding at another build bein ing, sending it crashing to the sidewalk. six people suffered minor injuries in that incident. and paul williams joins us with more on what we can expect for today. paul? >> good morning, kendis, diane. lake effect snow around the great lakes. western portions of new york and
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that's just for today. by wednesday, another push of cold air. this same front will cover the northeast for thursday. from the west for monday look for a new storm to create 50-60-mile-per-hour gusts and the chance of flooding and travel disruptions along i-5. travel looking good for most of the country with the exception of the northwest corner. diane, kendis? now to new dramatic video. the moment before a small plane crashed on the highway in clearwater, florida. >> two sheriff's deputies were caught by surprise as that came nearly 30 feet over the roadway. >> the plane clipped a tree as pilots tried to make an emergency landing after suffering engine trouble. they managed to walk away from that crash uninjured. >> wow. >> and no one on the ground was hurt. >> thankful for that. coming up, last night's biggest moments at the american music awards. the stunts, wardrobe changes and
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♪ ♪ >> that's the original "american idol" there, winner, kelly clarkson ruling the stage at the american music awards last night, performing the old favorite "ms. independent." that was us ruining "ms. independent." >> now we know why she was invited to perform instead of us. she performed twice as well as pink and the two of them kicked off the show together with a collaboration. >> donya baucus was there live. she joins us. good morning to you. >> reporter: i don't know if you guys can tell, but i am literally floating right now, still on cloud nine. from
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collaborations and performances were non-stop and there were pretty big surprises. ♪ ♪ sometimes >> reporter: the 2017 american music awards kicked off with a moving rendition of rem's "everybody hurts." and the first winner of the night? >> imagine dragons. >> reporter: selena gomez performed her new hit for the first time live ever. ♪ and i will always love you >> reporter: christina aguilera paid tribute to whitney houston who won 28
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others like pink's outdoor daring climb and diana ross stole the show. ♪ ain't no river wide enough ♪ to keep me from you >> reporter: and then there was the big winner of the night. >> that's the profile of artist of the year! thank you, amas. >> reporter: and i do have to say, i have three take aways from the amas this year, first, diana ross is the queen of everything. i don't think she's aged. second, btf, if you have never heard of them, you need to google them. they are kind of a big deal. and let's talk about pink. who else is going to top a performance like pink. she was literally coming down the side of a hotel. that's the hotel you see right there. i have no words. >> how did this whole thing go down? >> reporter: we know that she overcame that fear. >> you're looking at -- >> reporr:
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you say? >> we're looking at that hotel. we're pulling back to where donya is. and you can see how tall that building is. i've been to the top of that building having drinks. i was nervous just having cocktails up there. how did pink do it? >> reporter: who knows how she did it, but i don't think anybody else is ever going to be able to top that performance. and the fact that she was singing live, she's a queen too, i said diana ross was the queen, but i don't think anybody's going to be able to top that pink performance. >> you started off by saying you are floating and we can't help but notice you are not tied to a harness at the top of the marriott tower. what's up? >> reporter: so, so i was really working on that. i tried to make that happen for you guys. i asked, you know, can i get up there, can we make this happen, they said donya, sorry, that's not going to work. >> legal. all those people in legal, always ruining our fun. >> all right. >> awesome job, donya, thank you so much. >>
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all right, coming up in our next half hour by the way, we're heading to the red carpet. donya was actually there as well, for a look at who wore it best. >> that's an interesting choice. >> marshmallow or nick watt. but first, pioneering driver, danica patrick announces a career change next on "world news now." move over. sound great. easy booger man. take mucinex dm. it'll take care of your cough. fine! i'll text you in 4 hours when your cough returns. one pill lasts 12 hours, so... looks like i'm good all night. ah! david, please, listen. still not coughing. not fair you guys! waffles are my favorite! ah! why take 4-hour cough medicine? just one mucinex lasts 12 hours. start the relief. ditch the misery. let's end this.
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okay, so welcome back, and it's te it's time for sportsouth of t, the border mind you in mexico. >> three touchdown passes by tom brady. >> and they had something to cheer about in the fourth quarter, the patriots win this one. before the game a little controversy. marshawn lynch sat down during the american national anthem and made a point of standing up during mexico's national anthem. >> interesting. nathan peterman for
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his pass returned for a touchdown. then peterman threw four more interceptions in the first half. >> what! >> he summed up his performance saying, quote, i didn't play very well. >> yeah. >> buffalo then replaced peterman with tyrod taylor who threw a touchdown pass and ran for another, but that was not enough. san diego won 54-24. buffalo's coach says he's not sure who will start at quarterback next week. >> we'll tell you, tyrod. >> i have a guess. i have a guess. and shoplifting basketball players apparently aren't the only trouble at ucla. this will also mean a new football coach. the bruins fired coach jim moore with one game left in the regular season, but the school will have to pay more than $12 million to buyout the remainder of moore's contract which runs
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also, he was fired on his birthday. >> come on! >> but, but moore issued a warm statement, thanking the school and calling his six years there the most rewarding experience of his life. >> on his birthday! >> how does that, on the one hand, $12 million, but how bad can it be that they're paying you $12 million just to leave. >> with one game left. the final nascar race was also the last for two of its biggest stars. for martin truex jr., capping off a nearly perfect season and taking hope the crown. danica patrick got emotional at a news conference as she announced this would be her final race as a full-time driver, and this was likely not how she wanted it to go out. patrick's car going up in flames after a crash, forcing her to pull over. but she says s
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i can breathe again! i can breathe again! vicks sinex... breathe on. ♪ time for "the mix", and we're going to start things off with a bit of a head scratcher. an italian hairstylist set a new world record for the hairiest car. yes, as in automobile. hairiest. she spent over 150 hours covering her fiat with more than 264 pounds of human hair. >> ooh. >> she said the whole thing started with a deare from a friend at work. a lot of people are disgusted by it. uh-huh. but she says she
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good care of it. she brushes and she shampoos it. >> mm-hm. >> doesn't it make it even grosser? >> it makes it sound disgusting, especially in high humidity days, it's hard to maintain the hair during then. >> how would you know? >> so i've read. if she had the record, who had the second? >> what type of competition is there for the world's hairyist car, the guys from dumb and dumber? >> this is legit for your thanksgiving turkey. as you go into it, main ingredients, you ready for it? can you tell what that is? >> looks -- >> it is cheetos. >> hot cheetos. >> hot cheetos. rubbed on there, you oil and butter it, and then you rub it. >> it's like neon. >> rub it right on there. >> exactly. you get it on. this is the unique recipe calls for that, by reynolds kitchen that just came
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way to enjoy thanksgiving go. i don't think it's that bad. just imagine. >> do you always have cheetos chilling in your mug. >> in my cup? just in case you ever wanted to know what's in the cup here. it's always cheetos. >> a little step up in the artwork of the meal here. let's take a look at this new account called the exhibit. an anonymous person from mexico making artwork out of eggs. you've got the world. here's another one of the ohm symbol. they even made a storm trooper. how cool is that? absolutely mesmerizing. this chef already has over 20 different art pieces all made out of eggs. >> that's great. new york city subway, we have had a continuing series where we avocado rat, the pizza rat, and now we have this rat. >> ah! >> in is in a subway car. the rat just drove people nuts,
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stayed in the subway car. i would have been so outta there. >> he just
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breaking this morning on "world news now," america's most notorious serial killer, charles manson has died. he had been behind bars for nearly five decades for a series of gruesome murders. in los angeles in 1969. we have new details just coming in from california. and developing right now, alabama senate candidate roy moore is remaining defiant, despite allegations he sexually assaulted young women. and jeffrey tambor. announced a major change as allegations are leveled against him. and harrison ford.
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>> he turned into a helper for a woman in need. and the incomparable diana ross at the american music awards, she turned back the clock for performances of her 50 year career, but the diva may have been upstaged. see who stole the show but not her familiar -- fanny pack on this monday, november 20th. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> kind of forgot how good she is. you never forget. >> and the woman does not age. has she been in a freezer all this time? >>73 years old. >> ms. ross, whatever your secret is, we would like it, please, thank you. >> we're going to break it all down in the skinny a little later. but we want to get to the breaking news that we just got from southern california. the death of america's most
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>> the california department of corrections says charles manson has died of natural causes. manson, the creator of a chilling serial killer crime family, terrorized california in 1969 with a string of murders. he along with several of his followers have been behind bars for 46 years. >> manson was denied parole some 12 times. he was up for parole again in the next five years or so. he was 83 years old. of course that breaking news just happening late last night california time. a helicopter crash in rural arkansas. it happened in dewitt, arkansas, in a rural area. >> the sheriff's spokesman says the emergency responders had a hard time reaching the scene. they found the remains of three crew members and the helicopter engulfed in flames. the helicopter belonged to pafford ems. the company says it's devastated. in a post on
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no patients were on board. and federal investigators are heading to the scene. and also breaking overnight, an intense search under way for the person involved in the death of a border patrol agent. >> the authorities are scouring the big bend area after the agent was killed and his partner seriously injured. president trump responded with a tweet saying we will seek out and bring to justice those responsible. we will and must build the wall. the president there reacting to that incident there on the border. and we turn now to the sexual misconduct allegations, rocking the country from hollywood to the halls of congress. >> jeffrey tambor says he doesn't see how he can return to the amazon series "transparent" after being accused of sexual harassment by two women, including a co-star. >> and senator al franken says he has no plans to step down. >> roy moore's also refusing to back down, despite claims that he sexually assaulted underage
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is sticking by him. marcus moore has the latest. >> reporter: the calls growing louder for roy moore to leave the senate race. 50 liberal pastors calling him unfit for office. >> there is nothing christian about the policies moore has supported. they are as terrible as the abuse he has so vehemently denied. >> reporter: he has denied sexually assaulting or acting inappropriately with some eight women, some who were teenagers at the time. >> they not only are untrue, but they have no evidence to support them. >> reporter: a former co-worker of the 14 year old accuser claiming she told him of the incident years ago. >> she was deadly serious. and after she finished, it was quiet. and i believed her. everyone believed her. and i'm only coming forward with the hopes that some of these other people who can substantiate her claim will come forward.
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>> reporter: alabama's largest newspaper becoming the third publication to endorse the democratic candidate doug jones. but the president is largely silent. speaking on his behalf, mark shull on this week with george stephanopoulos. >> does the president believe the women or not? >> obviously, if he didn't believe they were credible, he would be campaigning, he has not done that. >> reporter: but trump did take aim at the sexual harassment allegations against al franken, tweeting, the al frankenstein picture is really bad. where do his hands go in pictures two, three, four, five, six while she sleeps. we have new numbers on fund raising, moore says they raised $500,000. in three days last week. meanwhile, those with doug
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jones' camp say they have seen an increase in fund raising since the allegation broke. we turn to the russia investigation and word that robert mueller has directed the justice department to turn over a wide range of documents. a source tells abc news that investigators are seeking e-mails relating to the firing of fbi director james comey, and a decision by jeff sessions to recuse himself. and that includes communications with the white house. naval and air assets from seven countries including the u.s. are now involved in trying to find a missing submarine off the coast of argentina. the sub hasn't been seen or heard from since last wednesday. there are 44 people on board. argentina's navy says it can confirm that seven brief satellite calls on saturday were from the sub. the area being searched is larger than the state of california. and strong winds brought
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down trees from washington to boston. and created dramatic scenes in new york. a piece of scaffolding was blown off the face of a building and kept crash being into the building as it swung around. minor damage but no injuries. and another piece of scaffolding collapsed onto the street. good samaritans helped clear the debris. in total, six people suffered minor injuries. but colder conditions are now moving in as the winds die down. temperatures will feel like the 20s from the midwest to the northeast this morning. we're three days away from thanksgiving and an annual turkey tradition is playing out in the nation's capital. the white house has released images of beau and ty. they were bred in minnesota. now living the high life at the willard hotel in washington, d.c. americans can start casting their votes for which turkey president trump should pardon. >> both turkeys will be spared and live out their lives at virginia tech's
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retreat. but i hope it wasn't a down comforter they were jumping around. beau and ty. >> we've gotten used to the obama's ceremony for the eight years. with the kids. >> and the dad jokes, and sasha and malia embarrassed. coming up, counting down to shopping and why black friday is the best time to buy smartphones and electronics and the gifts you should pass on to hold out for deeper discounts. what we're learning this morning about pink's death-defying stunt scaling the exterior of a skyscraper. first, here's a look at today's forecast. ♪ "world news now" weather, brought to you by car car
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that unmanned boat was spotted spinning in circles off the coast of california's half moon bay. at one point it was too dangerous for the coast guard to
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one person is dead and another missing. authorities let the boat run out of gas before towing it away. no word yet what might have caused the boat to spin in that circle. and harrison ford got a chance to rescue someone in real life. after a car crash. the "star wars" actor was driving along the freeway near santa barbara when the woman in front of him lost control of her vehicle and smashed into an embankment. these photos from tmz show the moments that he helped pull her from the car. she reportedly suffered only minor injuries. >> did they use a rope or whip to pull her from the car? indiana jones. >> woo! >> swinging in, coming to the rescue. very cool. great timing on his part. over to black friday now four days away. if you are impatient and you don't want to wait for the deals you can already find some pretty good ones right now. >> marci gonzalez with tips and tricks to help you get the most bang for your bucks.
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>> reporter: shoppers wishing to avoid the black friday rush can cash in on deals already rolling out. walmart with this 55-inch l.e.d. samsung tv for $750 off. and home depot offering this dyson ball vacuum for $325 off. but some experts say it's worth waiting. >> the best deals are actually after black friday. when stores want to get rid of their merchandise. >> reporter: black friday is a good time to buy electronics and smartphones, but don't buy toys and clothing yet. those prices usually go down the closer it gets to christmas. the biggest discounts will also be online. experts recommend putting your wish list in the shopping cart and holding off on checking out. experts offer this tip for deciding whether something is a bash ga bargain or a bust. >> stores tend to break even when you see 10% to 20% discount. whenou
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deals. >> those deals never arrive. >> you will not be getting a christmas gift from me this year. i'm waiting for that 75% off, otherwise, nothing. when we come back, the biggest moments from the american music awards. >> and fashion dos and don'ts from the red carpet. the inny is next. carpet. the inny is next. take the olay 28 day challenge see visible results day 1. by day 28? years off your skin age. but don't take it from us, take it from one of the millions of real women already in the know it's not often you can say, you know i saw results right away visible results or your money back olay. ageless there is not a friend that i have that will not own this product
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♪ skinny ♪ so skinny skinny time on this monday morning with the moments everyone will be talking about today from the american music awards. >> and in case you missed it, here's a quick recap. pink was amazing. everybody else was there. and ms. ross. ♪ ♪ i'm coming up ♪ i want the world to know ♪ you've got to let it show >> come on out! >> come on out! boy, did she come out, the one and only diana ross, performing a medley of her biggest hits throughout her storied career,
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50 year. >> she also went into "ain't no mountain high enough", and the cutest moment of the evening. she invited her grandkids onto the stage. >> some were shy. but look at the one in the back. >> puttin' on a show, doing splits on the stage. not so shy. >> not at all. she called her daughter on stage as well. >> look at jagger go. i believe they have another performer in the family. >> jagger's a little shy one that's walking over. but her grandson. she called her daughters on stage, smokey robinson on stage, barry gordie of course, responsible for a lot of her career on stage, she made sure to have everybody else hold onto her fanny pack. you remember that fanny pack that she left at marshall's last week. it was a great moment to end out the show, and tracee ellis ross hosted the american music awards.
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pack very closely. >> they are. how about the other moment. spider pink should we call her? >> could be. >> performing a routine live in downtown l.a. >> while everyone else was dancing inside on stage, pink decided to go flipping and flying through a vertigo-inducing routine and it was the coolest thing we've ever seen. it almost looked like a video game. she's dancing on the side of the building, dangling from a rope. >> it was beautiful and traumatic. pink had previously fallen the rehearsal on saturday she said she was a little nervous about it and had some second th
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but would are thankful that she did. >> wow, what a performance, and i don't know how she maintained her singing voice throughout. kudos all the way around. >> there are singers nowadays who can't walk down the stage and sing. >> or sit at a news desk and sing. >> true, true. all right. and another star of the early 2000s shown with christina aguilera, bringing down the house or at least performing the tribute for whitney houston. >> so she did a whole medley of hits from "the bodyguard", on the 25th anniversary of the film which still has the best-selling sound track of all time. >> it really shows you how talented whitney houston was. those songs were amazing. christina did her best and did a good show. and 53 years after the first
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invasion of heartthrobs, south korea's bts, leading k-pop's world class takeover. >> the highly choreographed performance had moves with the boys weaving in and out of each other on stage and '90s-inspired sense of style. dazzled jackets. >> they were awesome. >> and things were just as crazy outside on the red carpet. selena gomez showed off her platinum hair with an edgy mini dress. >> and she took the stage for her first performance since having a kidney transplant. she performed "wolves." in what looked like a swamp where she crashed her car. >> back outside, demi lovato went elegant with a sheer, strapless black gown. >> hmm. and she brought the transgender candidate from virginia who recently won as her guest. and sierra wore a couture black belted dress with a high slit and her hair was slicked back.
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>> check out heidi klum. >> heidi klum had -- >> lots of people in pink last night. and she rocked it. she kind of looks like a big glass of rose. and we had yara shahidi. she came in a trench coat and shorts. the casual look. >> nick cannon, still. still with this look. >> oh, is that what's going on now? >> yeah. >> one person tweeted nick cannon dressed how i dress when i'm cold outside and my mom asks me to help with the groceries, so i throw anything on and walk out the door. >> it was a good show all the way around. in the meantime, selena gomez was there as well. big news, though, over the
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to be enabled. it's not to be excused. and in particular, the man does not deserve respect from other men if he is disrespectful to women. >> roy moore is not dropping out. he said we need moral value in our country. and o.j. came up to discuss anger management. >> the house passed its tax bill this week. now they've handed the baton off to the senate. >> what this legislation is about is repealing the estate tax, a $269 billion tax break, not for the top 1% but for the top .2%. >> this is a big cut for the middle income. >> there are provisions of both bills that i like. but i think the bill needs work. >> the bill relies heavily on trickle down economics, but don't worry, it's only called a trickle. you're actually getting hosed.
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>> in the wake of the first hearing in four decades on the president's authority over nuclear weapons. >> he'll tell me what to do, and if it's illegal, guess what's going to happen? i'm going to say, mr. president, it's illegal, and he's going to say what would be legal? and we'll come up with options. >> watch as a car going barrelling through a convenience store, knocking down everything in its way. no one was injured. some twinkies were hurt. >> the first-ever official -- we have 30 celebrity pets that flew in all over the u.s. and canada. >> look at this face. ♪ i see you hang-gliding ♪ dropping your daughter off at college with your wife ♪ ♪ and you look so damn happy ♪ and you deserve it, yeah ♪ but i'm a selfish man >> that was trending throughout the weekend because of this music video. >> they did such a good job with
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it. >> if they release it, it might actually be a hit. >> the new boy band in the making. >> don't miss our updates on facebook at
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making news in america this morning, he was once called the most dangerous man in america. this morning, notorious cult leader and murderer charles manson has died. >> believe me, if i started murdering people, there would be none of you left. >> we look back at the man who became the face of evil. developing overnight a u.s. border patrol agent is killed. another injured in texas. this morning the questions about what happened as president trump renews his call for a border wall. missing submarine mystery. this morning the new equipment from the u.s. navy helping in the desperate search for a lost sub with 44 crew members on board.


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