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in on a deal to protect the nearly 800,000 d.r.e.a.m.ers, the undocumented immigrants brought to the u.s. as children. making any progress? meeting with republicans and democrats, the president was pressed to explain his own positions. >> i think my positions are going to be what the people in this room come up with. if they come to me with things i'm not in love with, i'm going to do it. >> reporter: they want to tackle things for d.r.e.a.m.ers first and then move on to other reforms, a position the president seemed to agree with before republicans stepped in. >> what about a clean daca bill now with a commitment that we go into a comprehensive immigration procedure. >> i have no problem, i think that's basically what dick is saying, we're going to do daca and start on phase two, which would be comprehensive -- >> mr. president, you need to be clear, though, i think
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senator feinstein's asking here, when we talk about daca, we don't want to be back here two years later, you have to have security. >> i think that's what she's saying. >> reporter: but a different tone. the rpresident says he has one firm condition. >> it's got to include the wall. >> reporter: they say they'll include some kind of a wall. the president promised his supporters he was going to build that wall. >> that wall doesn't have to be 2,000 miles of solid wall. >> it's a wall system with technology and man power and barriers. >> reporter: lawmakers i've talked with say the details of a deal protect d.r.e.a.m.ers still have to be nailed down but they are optimistic that they can come to an agreement possibly by the end of this month. mary bruce, abc news, capitol hill. police in france are trying to find at least two suspects following a brazen
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armed thieves entered the ritz in pairs and held upris and hel boutique. no one was injured. two automakers are choosing alabama for a factory they will share. the plant is expected to create 4,000 jobs and open within three years. there's enough room at the site in huntsville to expand. foreign auto makers will soon be creating more autos in the u.s. than the so-called big three auto makers in detroit. soda makers are trying to turn things around with new flavor. >> the company says it's not changing the formula for classic diet coke, but new flavors will be ginger lime, feisty cherry. >> i love it. >> zesty blond orange. and twisted mango. >> what is a twisted mango?
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profile name. >> i don't know who you're talking to on tinder. >> zesty blond? >> it might be a zero calorie drink, many find them unhealthy. >> ginger lime, hmm. and a restaurant in michigan is offering something that might go perfectly with one of those brand-new coke flavors. >> it's not going to come with a diet coke price. the taco, $60. >> the pricey taco contains, let's be cleared. seared american wagyu beef, black truffles and roasted grasshoppers. >> instead of
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have to order them in threes. so the real cost is $180. >> you're kidding. >> i'm not kidding. they're not that big of tacos either. >> oh, my gosh. it's cheaper to fly to mexico and get some good ones. >> authentic tacos. we'll see who's taking action after michelle williams got less than 1% of what mark wahlberg got to shoot scenes in the new movie. and one of the most exclusive canine clubs.
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the screen actor's guild is looking into an uproar over a massive pay disparity for "all the money in the world." >> michelle williams got paid about $80 a day, mark wahlberg negotiated a deal for a reported $1.5 million. here's eva pilgrim. >> reporter: backlash over a massive gender wage gap during the emergency reshoot for the drama "all the money in the world." after sexual misconduct allegations surfaced against kevin spacey,
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pulled spacey and hurriedly reshot the scenes. all the workers reportedly agreed to work for free. >> i said not only would i but i'll give you back my salary and my thanksgiving break if that will help. >> reporter: michelle williams mom nalted for a golden globe did the reshoot for $80 a day, while mark wahlberg's team noesht negotiated a 1$1.5 million fee and williams wasn't told she'd be making 1%. billy eichner calling it shameful. judd apatow says it's so messed up it's almost hard to believe -- almost. they say they had nothing to do with pay negotiations. no comments from wahlberg's reps or williams'. >> i guess it's
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day. wahlberg is known as a shrewd negotia negotiator. the manager has a reputation of driving a tough bargain. >> i think that's tough timing. i don't think anybody's really that surprised either. coming up, the confessions of a killer. >> a former hitman and his decades of brutal murder. why he's now apologizing. that's next.
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a former hitman for a mexican drug cartel, a rival of el chapo is coming clean about living most of his life brutally killing people. >> he's now reformed and is even asking his victims' families for forgiveness. we're up all "nightline" with nick watt. >> reporter: corona, a hitman for a mexican cartel tries to explain what it's like to kill for a
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>> i've seen the worse that you can see. >> reporter: he insisted we speak to him in shadow and corona is not his real name. >> their is revenge. >> reporter: revenge. >> yes. that's why they carried it out with so much drama and aggression. >> you didn't get away with anything, you know what i mean? >> reporter: he started working with the dea on cross-border drug cases. he had no idea corona would later become part of his life. would you say the two of you have now friends? >> we share a fondness. i have known martin since i wanted to kill him in 1997. >> reporter: corona admits to eight murders. there may be more. in san diego he shot a pregnant woman suspected of talking to the cops along with her sister, a fashion model. >> when i shot two people i heard a scream in the back and i looked back there and i seen a little girl back there i
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>> reporter: the girl was okay, but a month later across the border in tijuana, corona and his partner killed her father. >> we hog-tied him. they covered him with a sheet. all of a sudden we just hear this gruesome sound. it was like a watermelon being smashed. >> they laugh about it. they get off on it. >> reporter: corona was facing murder charges, life in prison. >> one of the things they instill on you is don't talk. don't talk, don't rat. and i decided i'm going to do the best for me, for my children. >> reporter: corona ratted. >> we used him along with many other witnesses to indict the upper echelon of the cartel. >> reporter: he got out in 2014. >> he should have got the death penalty. martin's the poster child for the death penalty. >> reporter: instead, he g
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across the country schooling raw enforcement on latino gangs. he claims to be reformed. claims remorse for those he hurt. >> i tried reaching out to them and apologizing. >> reporter: that former model he shot point blank in the head survived. he read from a letter he wrote to her. >> i can never find the words to apologize for my act, norki ever expect any emotion than hate from you. but i truly am sorry. >> reporter: she says she does not forgive him. apparently, others do. >> to hear somebody tell you that they didn't belielame you doing the things that you did, it's a little overwhelming. still hurts, still bothers me. >> reporter: i'm nick watt in las vegas. >> corona did say the day that he knew that he was over that he walked away from mexico was the day his daughter was born. he'd had enough, it was over. what's interesting is that after nick's intervie
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a massive search and rescue operation is under way to find those still missing. the death toll is climbing as new questions are emerging. did authorities do enough to warn residents? team coverage ahead. the president now signaling that a meeting with special counsel robert mueller is unlikely, despite telling abc news he would be 100% willing to answer questions under oath in the russia investigation, this at white house expands a ban on the use of digital devices by staffers. plus an


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