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at storm system is now working pits way well to the north and to pthe east. pback behind it it, still some pshowers over the interior but pthese are going to much lighter. pin fact, the snow showers will
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pinch or two on the grassy psurfaces from detroit to ittsburgh tore charleston. pas we jump ahead to the weekend, pwe're warming things back up. phigh pressure is in control. pcold ker air bottled up to the pnorth streaming all the warm air pin. pnext week, looks like the colder pair will make a quick return. preena, kendis, back to you. p a new video showing how pbadly ancient ruins have been pdamaged by isis. pthe destruction at palmyra must pworse than previously thought pincluding monuments at the pvalley of the tombs, part of an pancient roman city. pthis video was splugalled out of psyria and obtained by swedish ptv. p>> a cease-fire is set to go pinto effect in that country psaturday although isis and other pgroups are now covered by the pagreement. pthere are growing calls to pestablish a so-called safe zone pnep northern syria to protect
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pif the cease fire fails. psecretary of state john kerry ptold top lawmakers would require pup to 30,000 u.s. ground troops pto maintain. p>> in colorado, three sheriff's pdeputies shot while serving an peviction notice. plast night a vigil was held in phis honor south of denver. pnate kerrigan was killed when pthe homeowner opened fire on the pbuttons. phe homeowner also died in the pshoot-out. pthe oovictions has been pconsidered high risk. pa mystery at a federal office in pthe san francisco bay area. pthe customsen and border rotection office in almeda was pevacuated after an employee popened an informing containing pwhite powder. pthee people complained of pfeeling a sick but a search pturned up nothing suspicious and pthe office was deemed safe. p encouraging news from the pcenters for disease control.
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pbetter than last year's. pit is 59% effective. pthat's a big improvement from plast winter's vaccine, only pabout 20% effective. pour flu season has been mild parer this year but it has not eaked as yet. pa judge in new york city clear pthe way for salt warnings to be laced on many menus. pthose distinctive warnings must pbe posted bid large chain prestaurants and fast food poutlets by next tuesday. pif they don't comply, they could pbe fined up to $600. pthe national restaurant passociation challenged the pwarnings which will appear on pitems containing more than the precommended daily dose of psodium. p>> michelle obama called it a pbittersweet event an the white phouse last night. pthe final time the obamas were phelping honor one of america's pgreat musicians. p>> the president paying tribute
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psaid matcheds his piano playing pwith a one-of-a-kind choice. pusher raymond was among the partists performing "georgia on pmy mind." p oh georgia, northern peace, no eace i find p just an old sweet song, yeah, pkeeps georgia on my mind p>> i very nice there. pdemi low ratto, yolanda adams pand the band perry also erformed. pthe event will broadcast on pbs ptomorrow night. p>> nothing like a little ray pcharles in the morning. resident obama calling him phaving a rare ability to pcollapse our weightest emotions pinto a sickle note. pso well said. p>> so well put. pray charles passed away in 2004.
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p coming up "the mix," the pmost attractive jobs for men and pwomen according to tinder. p>> our first look at the pdazzling stage and luxurious pbackstage at the oscars of pcourse, getting everything ready pfor sunday night. p and the woman accuses of a pmurder for hire scheme insists pshe never planned to have her phusband killed. pwait until you hear her pexplanation. p>> you've got to check out our pbehind the scenes picks on pinstagram. pyou're watching "world news pnow." your heart loves omega-3s. but there's a difference between the omega-3s in fish oil and those in megared krill oil. unlike fish oil, megared is easily absorbed by your body... ...which makes your heart, well, mega-happy. happier still, megared is proven to increase omega-3 levels in 30 days. megared. the difference is easy to absorb. today you can do everything
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p south dakota's governor has ptill march 1st to decide whether pto sign a bill requiring pstudents to use bathrooms and plocker rooms matching their pbirth gender. padvocates for transgender rights prallied at the capitol and met pwith the governor urging veto. pif the bill is signed, south pdakota would become the first pstate to enact such a law. psimilar legislation is also ending in at least 22 other pstates. p and indianapolis man has pbeen convicted of blowing up a phouse for the insurance money. ptwo next door neighbors were pkilled. pdozens of people were hurt and pmore than 80 homes destroyed in pthe explosion and fire as part pof the testimony, jurors heard a ptape recording as one of the pvictims begged for help in the plast moments of his life. phe eventually burned to death. pthe man found guilty bob leonard pfaces life in prison with no pchance of parole. p>> we turn to the dramatic
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pwest palm beach, fl. pdip lit tote is serving 20 years pfor allegedly hiring a hit man pto kill her husband. p>> now she's back in court ptestifying for the first time pwhat police caught her doing on ptape was an act. phere's abc's linzie janis. p>> dahlia dippolito is facing a pretrial for hiring a hit man to pkill her husband of six months. p>> i was afraid. p>> her 2011 guilty verdict was poverturned due to a tainted jury ool snee threatened to hurt me pand hurt my family. p>> you know, he gets two in the phead. p>> i'm positive. p>> she says she was simply pacting during this video from a pscript that dahlia, her then phusband michael and former love pmuhammad had all written for an pacting project they lan planned pto post on social media. p>> you can post it online so you
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p>> on social media so we can try pto get an acting job from it. p>> so this is acting? p>> yes. p>> reporter: but prosecutors say pthat was no can the and allege pshe paid an undercover cop osing as a hit man $3,000 to pkill her husband, the real act pinvestigators say was her preaction to these south fl olice officers telling her this plie. p>> i'm sorry to tell you, ma'am, phe's been killed. p>> no. p>> but her lawyer claims the olice were setting her up for pan appearance on the reality pshow "cops." pwhether you like her or not, pshe's entitled to the same pconstitutional rights as you and pi. pthis case is about a police pdepartment that tossed her under pthe bus for purposes of getting pfame on a cops tv show. p>> reporter: linsey davis, abc pnews, new york. p coming up in our next half phour, the other high profile pcroom drama playing out in the
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pthe emotional testimony of the pfather of erin andrews and how phis daughter as a stalker has pdevastated her life. p>> as the clock ticks down to poscar sunday, preps kicking into phigh gear. pwe're getting a first peek pbehind stage and you're watching
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p it's getting exciting. pthree days away from hollywood's pbiggest night of the year. p>> so the yards and yards of red pcarpet are being laid outside pthe dolby theater in hollywood, pbut this morning, we're getting pour first peek inside of the ptheater. pand backstage. phere's abc's george pennacchio. p>> it's a bird's eye view of roduction as crews continually
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pthe red carpet. pthat's what's happening outside pthe dolby theater. pbut what's going on inside? pthis is derek mcclain's fourth pyear as production designer for pthe oscars. pthis year the set design pcelebrates '70s glam and that ptakes lots of spark. pusing more than 200,000 pswarovski crystals and all the pdecorative elements. pthe glittering stage will be eye opping for audiences both at phome and in the dolby theater. p>> of course, you want it to pfeel glamorous for the people in pthe room. pthis celebrates their night, ptheir celebration but at the psame time so many more people pare seeing it on television that pwe try to be pretty disciplined pabout really paying attention to pwhat we're seeing on the tv pmonitors and not with our naked peyes. p>> the production team has a pmaster plan but is not afraid to pchange things at the last pminute.
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plook at and go how can we make pthat better. p>> of backstage the green room. pstars who need a little break pfrom the hub bub can come here pto relax and enjoy the laid back patmosphere. p>> there may not be any actual pwindows here but this is still a proom with a view. pidea of this year's green room pwas inspired by the look and pfeel of the late 20th century phome high in the hills of phollywood. p>> this is george pen knack yoeg preporting for abc news. p>> geez, i'd like to move in. p>> abc is the place to be on poscar night. plive coverage starts sunday p597:00 eastern, 4 pacific. ptune in to "world news now" next pmonday morning for a full and pentire wrap-up into do you know pwho the most nominated person pis? p>> merril? p>> no, the composer of star
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papparently he sold $3,000 worth pof pipes. pget your $300 from the kid. p>> i'm sure bernie sanders is pjust fine with the support. p>> he believes in the pcontributions from the little pfolks. papparently burn one for bernie. phe has his own slogan. p>> apparently stoneware pcompany.com. p>> there you go. panywhere you can make money for pthe campaign i'm sure bernie pwould be fine with that. pso you know tinder if you swipe pto the right, then you've had psuccess, you like that person. pso they did a survey of the rofessions that most garner pswipes to the right. pcan you guess what they are for pmen? p>> no. p>> pilot. p>> pilot. p>> you notice that somebody's a ilot. pyou're more likely to swipe pright. pother men ones founder pentrepreneur, firefighter, pdoctor, a tv personality. p>> oh. pthis is why you love the tinder. p>> number four.
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pfor women, by the way, physical ptherapist is number one. pinterior designer. p>> okay. p>> and founder entrepreneur, as pwell. p>> but not tv personality. p>> not tv personality. pwhy is that. p>> they're a dime a dozen. p>> they're a dime a dozen. p>> you won't go near them. p>> they're not dateable pmaterial. p>> oh, man, not even for the pnight. panyway. p>> i like you always give me pyour tinder update. pi enjoy that. pi feel i know the tinder now. p how about moving on to pcaring and sharing. papparently some panda bears pdidn't quite get that. plook at this, having a bamboo proad snack. pthe little guy trying to get in pon the snack but the big guy psticking his foot up. ptrying to block him. pfrom getting in. p>> gin me some. pi want some. p>> what goes up. p>> no, no, no. pgoing to smack him away. pthere you go. pnot at all. pnot sharing. pthis great dayne has a way with pcameras.
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p this morning on "world news pnow, p>> this morning on "world news pnow," furious storms, killer ptornadoes from the gulf coast to pvirginia and the snowstorm that pcanceled hundreds of flights in pthe midwest. pthe human toll and today's pclean-up. p>> speaking out, apple's ceo tim pcooke reveals his side of the pstory as the justice department porders his company to unlock a pterrorist locked iphone. pit's an abc news exclusive. p>> and new this half hour, pastronaut scott kelly's precord-setting year in space. pit's almost over. p>> what he loves about the space pstation. pwhat he misses about earth and pthe food he cannot wait to eat. p and later, adele treated plike a queen at britain's pversion of the grammy awards. pher performance and honors in
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pfebruary 25th. p p>> announcer: from abc news, pthis is "world news now." p>> no audio problems as far as pwe know. p>> no audio problems for adele. pshe was stunning. pi was so glad to see her back on pthe horse again. p>> she looked stunning, she psounded great. pit was a good thing. pwe'll get to that, of course, a plittle bit later. pi was looking for my thunder pbuddy last night. pthere was a lot of thunder pthrough new york city and up and pdown the east coast. pthe eastern two-thirds of the pnation facing a major clean-up ptoday after those damaging pstorms. pnearly a foot of wet heavy snow ounded the greater chicago parea, forcing nearly 1200 pflights to be canceled and with ptemperatures dropping overnight pthis morning's commute is likely pto be dangerous. p>> that same system also roduced thunderstorms and ptornadoes in the mid-atlantic pleaving at least four people pdead, dozens injured and pbuildings destroyed.
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pcoverage. p>> reporter: the deadly winter pstorm system moves north, pbringing waves of rain and pterrifying twisters. pthis one captured in north pcarolina. pthis time lapse shows the storm pmoving into charlotte, strong pwinds toppling trees into homes, pcars and power lines there. pin virginia, a state of pemergency in effect. pone suspected tornado shredded phomes. p>> we didn't know it was a ptornado but we knew something pwas going on that wasn't good. p>> reporter: this is the same psystem that spawned more than 30 ptornadoes in the last 24 hours. p>> god let us be okay and get pthrough this. p>> reporter: first tearing pacross louisiana, destroying pthis rv park. pin pensacola, florida, an ef-3 ptornado packing p155-mile-per-hour winds pdestroyed homes and apartment pbuildings. pas the front side of this pmonster system continues ptriggering tornado warnings and pwatches an, the backside is pcreating blizzard conditions. p>> we're asking people who don't pneed to make the trip, don't pmake the trip today. p>> reporter: in parts of
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pare nearly whiteout. pthe snow coming down faster than lows can clear it or homeowners pcan shovel it. p>> i'm trying to get some of it pnow and some of it later. p>> reporter: even with school pcanceled, some kids couldn't get pthe day off. p>> i'm like yeah, no school. pi'm going over to my grandma's phouse. pnow i'm out here helping pshoveling snow. p>> i spent the last 30 years in phouston, texas, this is pdifferent. p>> reporter: megan hughes, abc pnews, washington. p incredible images. pchecking today's forecast, that pwinter storm system dumped psnow on the eastern great lakes pand ohio valleys. pheavy rain in new england, the psouth dries out after the ptornado outbreak. pmild in the west. p>> '30s in minneapolis and pdetroit, 40s in kansas city and patlanta. p60s in seattle and dallas and p80s in los angeles and phoenix. p a new isis video threatens pthe lives of facebook founder pmark zuckerberg and jack dorsey,
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pdisturbing to show showing ictures of the two men covered pin bullet holes. pfacebook is responding to remove osts that promote terrorism. p reaction coming in now to pal ceo tim cooke speaking out in pan exclusive interview with abc pnews. pcooke tells david muir that his pcompany has cooperated fully pwith the fbi on the san pbernardino shooting pinvestigation. pbut cooke says apple won't help pthe bureau break into the iphone pof syed farook. pdoing so they say would require psoftware that would make phundreds of millions of pcustomers vulnerable. p>> the only way we know would be pto write a piece of software pthat we view as sort of the psoftware equivalent of cancer. pwe think it's bad news to write. pwe would never write it. pwe have never written it. pand that is what is at stake phere. p but a senior government pofficial tells us the fbi wants papple to develop a way into the hone that will only be known to pthe company itself. pand no one else. pin his interview, cooke also
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pmistake in not contacting apple pbefore resetting the i cloyd assword that's associated with pthe phone. p>> fbi directed the county to preset the i cloud password. pwhen that is done, the phone pwill no longer back up to the pcloud. pand so i wish they would have pthat would not have been the pcase. p a government official pcounters that saying whether it pwas a mistake or not, the fbi pwould still be asking for access pto the phone. pthat's because the i cloud would pnot have provided access to all pthe data on the device. pcooke also says he will be paddressing the entire matter pwith president obama and that phe's prepared for the case to go pall the way to the supreme court papple has till tomorrow to file pa legal response to the judge's porder to help unlock the phone. p the republicans are reparing to face off in houston ptonight. ptheir final debate before super ptuesday. pafter winning, nevada, donald ptrump is now tangling with mitt
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prubio attacked trump by name, paccusing him of not taking a pstrong enough stance on pobamacare and the middle east pconflict. pwe get more now from abc's tom pllamas. p>> reporter: fresh off. prunning the table in nevada, pdonald trump sounding like the pnomination is already his. p>> it's going to be an amazing ptwo months. pwe might not even need the two pmonths, folks, to be honest, all pright? pwill you come out here, pat? plook at him. p>> reporter: trump in virginia pside by side with evangelist pat probertson. p>> man, it's good to have you phere with us. p>> reporter: so confident, he's pnow revealing his priorities for pa running mate. papparently the outsider pcandidate wants an insider v.p., psomeone able to help him cut pdeals in washington. p>> i do want somebody that's olitical, because i want to get plots of great legislation that pwe all want passed, that's just psitting there for years and pyears and years. p>> reporter: in nevada, trump pscooping up more votes than his ptwo top rivals combined. p>> after a whole lot of months
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phome. p>> reporter: senator ted cruz, pin houston, endorsed by the ptexas governor and lashing out pat trump. p>> we are not a people who are pimpressed by a lot of blustery prhetoric that's not backed up by ptruth. pthe time for the clowns and the pacrobats and the dancing bears phas passed. p>> reporter: but right across ptown, rising rival, senator pmarco rubio. p>> we cannot have a commander in pchief that is not ready the pfirst day in office. pyou can't just say, well, when i psmartest people and they're pgoing to tell me what to do. p>> reporter: but both senators pstruggling to compete with the ptrump show. pin a rash interview, the mogul's pmodel wife melania describing pwhat first drew her to the pdonald. pamazing mind. pi'm my own person, he's his own erson. pand i think that's very pimportant. pi don't want to change him, he pdoesn't want to change me. p>> and mitt romney calling for pdonald trump and the other pcandidates to release their tax
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promney says he thinks there's a p"bombshell" in trump's tax preturns citing no proof, promney says he thinks trump is pnot as rich as he claims to be por that he's given as much to pcharity as he says he has. ptrump called romney a fool and psaying he's trying to act like a ptough guy. ptom llamas, abc news, new york. p>> new developments in the pbattle over the president's psupreme court nominee. psource is tell abc news resident obama is considering a prepublican. pnevada governor brian sandoval pto replace the late justice pantonin scalia. pjudge who supports abortion prights. pthis is seen as an overture to pthe gop senators who say pthey'll refuse any hearings on pthe president's nominee. p>> my hope and expectation is pthat once there is an actual pnominee, once this is no longer pan abstraction, that those on pthe judiciary committee precognize that their job is to
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p>> senate majority leader mitch pmcconnell and senate judiciary pchairman chuck grassley both pagreed to meet with the resident in the coming weeks pover the nomination. p>> so last week we told you pabout a patent application from pjetmaker airbus for seats with pstorage underneath. pnow it's considering wider pseats. ptake a look. pthis is what current economy pclass seats in airbus planes plook like. pnow the company has filed a atent for a reconfigurable assenger bench seat. p>> they took the park bench. p>> pretty much. pthis is a park bench. plook at the little people. pit could accommodate not only plarger passengers but children, pas well. pdetachable seat belts would be pused for everyone. pno matter their size. p>> is there an inflatable slide pthat also comes out for the pkids? p>> kind of seems like a ride. pbut no more of those extended pseat belt things. p>> oh, boy. p>> just have the bench. p>> all right. p>> what, jack? p>> he doesn't like that. p>> he's applying his filter to
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p a good study here on "world pnews now" and this one ranks pright up there with the greatest pever. ptake some time and concentrate pon this headline. izza, folks, is addictive. izza is addictive. pyes, that's a finding of a study pdone at the university of pmichigan. p>> the wolverines who did the presearch say it's addictive pbecause of what it's made of, pdoug, sauce, they're both packed pwith sugar and cheese and an pingredient that acts as an popiate duringdy jegsz jegz. p>> cured meats like pepperoni pimproves the taste. pfor many, no wonder it's paddictive. plate phone up big nick's. plet's order a pie. p>> let's get on that. p>> can you get on it. pdesk. p>> we should have a hot line. pwe really should have a hot line pto big nick's. p>> get some hot line bling but pit's just for pizza.
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pthe most memorable movie lines pof all time. pis your favorite on the list? pthink about it. palso ahead, scott kelly's year pin space. pwhat a record-setting astronaut ploves about his job and what he pmisses the most on earth. p>> pizza probably. p>> and erin andrews from p"dancing with the stars" and her pemotional day in court. pwhat her father is saying about pa stalker in a case getting pwidespread attention. pyou're watching "world news pnow." talker in a case getting pwidespread attention. pyou're watching "world news pnow." v (ugh.) does your carpet ever feel rough and dirty? don't avoid it, resolve it. our formula with a special conditioning ingredient, softens your carpet with every use. it's resolve, so you know it cleans and freshens. but it also softens. resolve. t a carpet that welcomes you. r and to clean pet messes,
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p pshoulders don't just carry pads. pthey carry your fans' passions,r hopes, and dreams and maybe, a chance att greatness... because shoulders were made forrgreatness. not dandruff p a frightening scene caught pon camera at a gas station in pkentucky. pan ecigarette battery exploded pin a man's pocket. pjosh hamilton was shocked when phis pants suddenly burst into pflames and he ran from the store
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pa clerk followed him with a fire pextinguisher. phe put out the flames. phamilton actually suffered some pserious burns on his leg but is pexpected to be okay. pif ever there was a poster board pfor not smoking, this would be pit. pman. pall right. pthat is frightening. p so check him out. pthat ball band that you saw pthere, a man police in ohio are pcalling the row gain bandit. phe's accused of stealing the phair growth drug from store pshelves across the buckeye pstate. pcops say it's likely he's trying pto resell the stolen row gain peither online or at flea markets pand they don't believe he's pusing it on himself. pobviously it's not working. p> was that in the police report? p>> yeah, they don't believe he's pusing it himself. p>> oh. p>> yeah. p>> two interesting videos. p>> on to serious news, a court pbattle pitting erin andrews pagainst her stalker and marriott
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pyesterday in nashville. pthat's because andrews' father ptook the stand and breaking down pin tears at times, describing phow his daughter's life has been pdevastated. pabc's ryan smith with the platest. p>> reporter: the pain of his pdaughter's humiliation was petched on his face. p>> she kept screaming i'm on the pinternet. pi'm on the internet. pi'm naked. p>> erin andrews wiping away ptears in court as her father precounted her horror at being pfilmed through a peephole at a ptennessee marriott by michael pdavid barrett who then posted p>> i feared for her life. pshe wouldn't eat. pshe wouldn't bathe. pshe wouldn't talk. pall she would do is cry. p>> feelings she talked about on p>> i remember my dad saying to pme, you may have a stalker. pand i just started saying dad, pdon't say that word. p>> reporter: barrett served p2 1/2 years for stalking. pandrews now suing him and the powners of that marriott for $75 pclaiming the hotel intentionally laced barrett next door to the
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pthe hotel claims barrett is a pcriminal who tricked them into pgaining access. pas for andrews father, he says phis daughter hasn't been the psame. p>> she's a shell of the person pshe was before this happened. p>> reporter: ryan smith, abc pnews, new york. p>> testimony was pretty powerful pfrom the dad, i thought. pthis happened a long time ago. pyou can still see the emotional ptoll this is having on aaron p>> you certainly can. p next adele's big night in plondon as she's crowned queen of pthe brits. p>> i got to ask you, what's your pfavorite movie line? p>> my favorite movie line? p>> and can you guess what the ptop five movie lines are? pwe're going to tell you coming pup. p>> i'll have to think about that
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pby british astronaut tim peek. p>> and congratulations to the pincredible adele. pshe's taken the world by storm pand is a true global icon. pi really wish i could be there pin person to present your award. pdo rest assured that we're all phuge fans up here. pso congratulations once again. p>> pretty cool. plast week's grammy awards pushed padele back to number one on the pbillboard artist 100 charts. p>> next to hollywood and the top p100 movie quotes of all time. p>> so last month, the hollywood preporter polled 1600 industry pinsiders and their top five. p>> starting with the wizard of poz. pdorothy's iconic line as she pstepped into a world bursting in pvibrant technicolor toto, i have pa feeling we're not in kansas panymore. p>> number four from a galaxy pfar away, star wars, may the pforce be with you. p>> number three from "jaws," pyou're going to need a bigger pboat.
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pcasablanca and who doesn't premember this, here's looking at pyou kid. p>> that brings to us number one. pthe top movie quote of all time pis -- p>> rhett, if you go, where shall pi go? pwhat shall i do? p>> frankly my dear, i don't give pa damn. p>> i thought it was going to be pyou had me at hello from jerry pmcguire. pfrom "gone with the wind" the plast words spoken by clark gable pto vivian leigh as she clings to pthe hope she can still win him pback. pshe's still clinging. pand not winning. pfor a film that hasn't even been pseen yet. p>> after shelling out $10 pmillion for "manchester by the psea" at sun darngs amazon has psecured north america and pstreaming rights to woody pallen's yet untitled film for p$15 million. p>> that's three times what sony aid for his last movie p"irrational man" which barely
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ptime and it will be great to get pback to earth. p>> reporter: long duration pflight. pthis was all about seeing pwhether humans can go to mars. pi know we don't have all the pdata but can we make it to mars? pcan you do it? pcould another human do it? p>> from a subjective erspective, i think absolutely. pi feel great. pbut you know, there are pchallenges especially with pradiation between the earth and pmars that we need to work on povercoming but it's something pthat i hope to see in my plifetime. p>> reporter: you told me you pwere going to hit a wall. pyou knew you would hit a wall. pdid you hit that wall? phow did you get through it and phow did you feel about getting pthrough it? pwhat got you through it? p>> i really haven't hit a wall pyet. pi wanted to get to the end of pthis with as much energy and penthusiasm that i had at the pbeginning. pthat's kind of how i still feel. pif i don't hit the wall in the pnext six, seven days, i think pi'm home free. p>> lightning round, when you get phome, bare feet in grass or psand?
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pfirst choice. pbut i'll be in kazakhstan. psand. p>> pizza or filet mignon? pyou don't really miss food that pmuch. pat least i miss the experience pmore of you know, sitting at a ptable with friends and family pthan i do actually you know, all pthe different types of food that pi've missed up here. p>> cheers, cheers. p>> commander kelly, thanks very pmuch. pcongratulations. look forward to pseeing you back here on the lanet. p>> david kerley, abc news, pwashington. p thank you for that, david. pthat was fun. p>> very cool. phe tweeted about seven hours pago. pcountdown six days left and 96 psunsets left. p>> oh. p>> so it's very cool. p>> such a sense of -- oh. phe said radiation. pi'm not going to mars. pi'm telling you now and i love pfood. p>> i will do it. pi will take one for humankind. p>> we'll send you up here. p>> that's true. ptang, ugh.
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p goo p good morning. pi'm reena ninan. p>> and i'm kendis gibson. phere's a look at the top stories pwe're following this morning on p"world news now." p>> deadly storms leaving a path pof destruction. eople in virginia alone. pwhile nearly a foot of snow and pblustering winds in the midwest pimpassable roads. pfull coverage ahead. p a new isis video threatens pthe lives of facebook founder pmark zuckerberg and jack dorsey, pthe head of twitter. pisis says it's responding to pefforts by the two tech giants pto delete posts and that incite pviolence and promote terrorism. p>> a small colorado town is pdeputy killed in a shoot-out.
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pdied while carrying out a high prisk eviction. p>> and planemaker airbus is pconsidering replacing at least psome of its seats with benches. pthe company's patent application psays the seats would be designed pfor larger passengers as well as pchildren. pthose are some of our top pstories on this thursday, pfebruary 25th. p>> announcer: from abc news, pthis is "world news now." p>> good morning. pwe're going to start this half phour with the extreme weather pthat is rocking much of the pnation from the midwest right to phere, the east coast. p>> this morning, virginia is punder a state of emergency after ptornadoes left at least four eople dead and dozens more pinjured. pabc's linzie janis has details. p>> reporter: those pdeadly storms barrelling up the peast coast. p>> a tornado just came through pright on 460 right now. p>> reporter: a suspected tornado pstriking waverly, virginia, pshredding homes and leaving at pleast three dead.
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pthree dozen tornadoes hitting pthe gulf coast. pmany striking at night, as eople slept. p>> you need to pull over. p>> reporter: in pensacola, pflorida, campbell garris and his pgirlfriend making it to their pdriveway, riding out the tornado pin his pickup truck. p>> oh, my god. p>> all i could hear was it psounded as if i parked my truck pnext to a train. p>> reporter: the ef-3 tornado acking 155-mile-per-hour winds, pdamaging more than 100 homes phere. pthese people didn't have pmuch time to react at all. p>> very little. pvery little. p>> reporter: including these papartments. plook at this, the entire second pfloor of this apartment building pripped off. pyou can see right into people's pliving rooms. p>> look at that thing coming in phere like this. p>> reporter: twisters claiming pthe lives of at least three pothers, including two at this plouisiana r.v. park. pwhere ashley east and her family pwere huddling together. pwhat was it like going through pthat tornado? pwhat were you thinking?
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plet us get through this. p>> reporter: the tornado ripped pthrough this neighborhood, pdestroying this home. pbut look. pa stack of books still sitting pon the piano and here the prefrigerator still standing. plinzie janis, abc news. p quite a powerful storm psystem. pthe greater chicago metropolitan parea is also facing a major pclean-up where as much as a foot psome hazardous travel pthe storm forced the pflights into and out of the pchicago area airports. phundreds of snow plows tried pkeeping up but many drivers pfound themselves trapped. pconditions could be even more pdangerous later on this morning pwith falling temperatures pturning roadways into sheets of pice. p>> checking today's forecast, pthe eastern great lakes and ohio pvalley can expect several inches pof snow before the storm moves pout. prain in new england and chilly pin the northeast. pdrying out in the tornado zone
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p>> we are all jealous of l.a. p80s out there. p60s and 70s in seattle, new porleans and miami. p50s in great falls, montana and pboston. p30s in chicago and detroit. p well, fresh off his big win pin nevada, donald trump is pembroiled in yet another war of pwords. pthis time it is mitt romney, the pformer republican presidential pnominee has challenged trump to pshow the public his taxes. promney says that he believes ptrump is hiding a bombshell in pthose taxes possibly showing pthat he's been lying about lis pnet worth or donations to vets. ptrump hit back calling romney pawkward and goofy saying he blew pthe 2012 election. p>> well, the republicans are ptaking the stage in houston ptonight for their final debate pbefore super tuesday. pand the three leading candidates pare throwing the most punches pyet. pit's your voice, your vote. pabc's bazi kanani is covering pthe campaign starting with the prepublicans. p>> reporter: after celebrating a plandslide victory in nevada -- p>> i grab and grab and grab. pyou know, i get greedy.
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pnow we're going to get greedy pfor the united states. pwe're going to grab and grab. pand grab. p>> reporter: a tamer donald ptrump before an audience of pevangelicals in virginia. p>> i've got to be a good person ptoday, at least for the next phour. p>> reporter: still trump pcouldn't hold back his mounting pattacks on senator ted cruz. psenator cruz gave us obamacare pin a true sense. pit's true. p>> reporter: cruz and marco prubio coming in neck and neck pfor the second contest in a row pare now lobbing the same pcriticism at the front-runner. pif donald became president, pnobody knows what the heck he phe doesn't know what the heck he pwould do. p>> donald hasn't outlined what phe's going to do on any issue. p>> trump picks up endorsements pfrom two members of congress. phillary clinton gains the pendorsement of senate minority pleader harry reid. p>> i want an election about real pchange that will make a p>> reporter: with clinton pheading into this weekend's psouth carolina primary with a
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palready looking ahead to the pnext contest on super tuesday. p>> secretary clinton was the pinevitable candidate. pshe is not the inevitable pcandidate now. pi think we've got a real shot to pwin it. p>> reporter: voters in 12 states pand one territory head to the olls next week on super ptuesday. pa crucial day for republicans pand democrats. preena, kendis? p>> our thanks to bazi there in pd.c. p john kasich is apparently pundeterred despite a dismal psingle digit showing in nevada. pthe ohio governor is rejecting pcalls from fellow republicans to pdrop out of the race. pkasich had a direct message pabout quitting. phe said "forget about it." p>> forget about it. p>> sounds very new york. resident obama's choice for the pnext supreme court justice has pbeen a top issue on the campaign ptrail. pand now there's a new pdevelopment. p>> apparently the president is psaid to be considering nevada's prepublican governor brian psandoval as a possible choice.
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pwashington with the details. pgood morning. p>> reporter: good morning. pthe democratic president may be peyeing a republican for the psupreme court. pa democratic source tells abc pnews, president obama is pconsidering nevada governor pbrian sandoval to replace the plate justice antonin scalia. psandoval is 52. pthe republican has served as pnevada's governor for five pyears. rior to that, he was nevada's pfirst pfirst hispanic federal judge. phe was appointed by president pgeorge w. bush in 2005 and punanimously confirmed by the psenate. psandoval is considered a pcentrist. phe supports abortion rights and pimplemented a controversial ortion of the president's phealth care plan. pissues his party opposes. pfloating a republican name could pbe an overture to gop senators pwho refuse any hearings on the resident's nominee. p>> my hope and expectation is pthat once there is an actual
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pthe judiciary committee precognize that their job is to pgive this person a hearing. p>> reporter: president obama is pexpected to make that pitch in erson to top republicans. psenate majority leader mitch pmcconnell and senate judiciary pchairman chuck grassley have pboth agreed to meet with the resident in the coming weeks. pkendis and reena? p>> thank you, arlette. pthank you. pone of the senators who would be pasked to vote on a supreme court pnominee took a trip to africa plast week and got up and close pand personal with some of the panimals. psenator jeff flake of arizona pand some others were squarely in pthe sights of a charging pack of pelephants during a boat ride. pa hippo showed off some teeth. pthe purpose of flake's trip was pto learn more about wildlife oaching. pyou can say that t.j.'s trip to pafrica was a lot smoother than pthat. p>> do you think they found t.j.? pusually they run towards people. pthey ran the other way. p>> they ran the other way. pcan you imagine?
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p>> you got to be chronicled on pinstagram escaped from africa. p>> so much fun. pi loved watching that. pi felt like i was actually on a psafari which i've always wanted pto do. p a different type of padventure for a group of pveterans who lost limbs. pthey're attending a winter psports camp in california's high psierra. p>> hitting the slopes all this pweek. pskiing and snow boarding all art of a week long event to put ptogether by a group called pachieve tahoe. p>> incredible. pand when they get to the bottom pof the run, they get on psnowmobiles for the ride back up pto the top. pthey say that the whole thing is pactually meant to challenge them pto do things that they normally pwouldn't do. pi would say, i couldn't even do pthat. retty impressive. p>> they have to get on a ski plift. pwe've had so many reports of ski plift problems lately, they're pbetter off. p>> impressive and inspiring. p coming up, all the security pbefore the academy awards and
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psecret. p>> also ahead, the major pmakeover for facebook users. pwhy like something when you can plove something? p>> and the abc news exclusive, pdavid muir's interview with papple ceo tim cook, tough pquestions about a terrorist's plocked iphone and demands from pthe justice department. pyou're watching "world news pnow." hey buddy, let's get these dayquil liquid gels and go. but these liquid gels are new. mucinex fast max. it's the same difference. rthese are multi-symptom. r well so are these. this one is max strengthtand fights mucus. tthat one doesn't. tuh...think fast! r you dropped something. oh...i'll put itr back on the shelf... p new from mucinex fast max. the only branded cold andt flu liquid gel r that is max-strength and fights mucus. start the relief. ditch the misery. let's end this. your heart loves omega-3s. but the omega-3s in fish
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p>> they have our deepest psympathy what they've been pthrough, no one should have to pgo through. papple has cooperated with the pfbi fully in this case. pthey came to us and asked us for pall the information we had on pthis phone. pand we gave everything that we phad. pbut this case is not about one hone. pthis case is about the future. pwhat is at stake here is can the pgovernment compel apple to write psoftware that we believe would pmake hundreds of millions of pcustomers vulnerable around the pworld including the u.s. and pyou'd have to write that system pin order to unlock that phone? p>> yes. pthe only way we know would be to pwrite a piece of software that pwe view as sort of the software pequivalent of cancer. pwe think it's bad news to write. pwe would never write it. pwe have never written it. pand that is what is at stake phere. p>> reporter: the fbi says it pbelieves that syed farook used
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phis wife, his accomplice. pand i'm curious, do you struggle pat all with the possibility that pthere could be information on pthat phone that could reveal pother plots, other people who pwere involved in planning the psan bernardino attack? p>> david, if we knew a way to pget the information on the phone pthat we haven't already given, pif we knew a way to do this, pthat would not expose hundreds pof millions of other people to pissues, we would obviously do pit. p>> reporter: i want to get to pwhat the fbi director james pcomey said. phe said it's not about a pslippery slope. pit's about "14 people who were pslaughtered and many more had ptheir lives ruined." pmaybe it holds the clue, maybe pit doesn't but we can't look the psurvivors in the eye and pourselves if we don't follow any ossible lead out there." pdo you understand where he's pcoming from? p>> i do. pthis is an incredibly complex pissue to place a backdoor in the piphone.
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pmillions of customers at risk. pwhat we think at this point pgiven it is out in the public, pis we need to stand tall and pstand tall on principle. pthere's probably more pinformation about you on your hone than there is in your phouse. pour smartphones are loaded with pour intimate conversations, our pfinancial data, our health precords. pthey're also loaded with the plocation of our kids in many pcases. pand so it's not just about rivacy but it's also about ublic safety. p>> but in your quiet moments, do pyou have any concern that you pmight be able to prevent a pterrorist attack by breaking pinto that phone? p>> david, some things are hard pand some things are right. pand some things are both. pthis is one of those things. p>> and in this case, you believe pthere are some things that p>> correct. p>> but tim cook tells us they ptalked to the fbi early on pgiving them advice, he says on pother ways to best get pinformation from that iphone to lug it in, to back it up to the picloud.
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p>> unfortunately, in the days, pthe early days of the pinvestigation, fbi directed the pcounty to reset the icloud assword. pwhen that is done, the phone pwill no longer back up to the pcloud. pand so i wish they would have pcontacted us earlier so that pthat would not have been the pcase. p>> how crucial was that missed popportunity. p>> it's very crucial. p>> i'm curious, tim, did you pever think that you'd find pyourself at the center of such a pcrucial national debate? p>> no. pthis is -- this is not a osition that we would like to pbe in. pit is a very uncomfortable osition. pto oppose your government on psomething doesn't feel good. pand to oppose it on something pwhere we are advocating for pcivil liberties, which they are psupposed to protect, it is
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p>> apple now has till friday to prespond to the courts order to passist the fbi in the san pbernardino case. pdavid muir, abc news, san pfrancisco. p we should point out tim cook pdid say he plans to fight this pall the way to the supreme court pif need be. pit will likely end up there. p>> it was fascinating with the oll numbers that a vast pmajority of americans actually psupport the fbi but support grew pfor apple among those who owned psmartphones so divided. p>> but unifying, young and hold. prepublicans and democrats. p coming up, a change, pfacebook is hoping you'll really plike. p>> maybe not just like but love plike with a heart. pyou're watching "world news
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p>> reporter: facebook has long packnowledged the limitations of p"like." p>> there are more sentiments pthat people want to express than pjust positivity or that they plike something. p>> reporter: so there are more pways to react. p>> we have a tremendous problem. p>> reporter: take that new "game pof thrones" parody currently pmaking the rounds. p>> the greatest builder is me. pand i would build the greatest pwall you have ever seen. p>> reporter: "winter is ptrumping." pit was originally produced for pthe australian broadcasting pcorporation. pwell, instead of thumb's up, you pcan now give it a love or a wow pangry. p>> i don't think they like me pvery much. p>> reporter: a feature that padvertisers like chevy are palready looking to exploit. p>> start loving. p>> reporter: so far, love is the pmost popular option. pin general, that is. pwhat's not to like about that? pdavid wright, abc news, new pyork. p interesting. pi like the fact that they don't phave a dislike button. p>> i wish they did. pthere's so many comments.
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p you feel that energy that is pgoing on in the room? p>> sure do. p>> it is not because it's friday peve. pit's because we're now three pdays away from hollywood's pbiggest night as oscar preps pkick into high gear. p>> it's exciting. pyou know, behind the glitz and pthe glamour is a highly pspecialized process of ptabulating those votes psurrounded by security as abc's
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psecret keepers in hollywood. pmartha ruiz and brian cullinen pare set to carry those famous pbriefcases again. p>> and the oscar goes to. p>> reporter: holding the names pof this year's winners. p>> has there ever been a pmistake? p>> no, there hasn't. p>> reporter: for 82 years, price pwaterhouse coopers has counted pthe oscar ballots. p6,261 sent out to voting members pthis year on paper and online. p>> we control everything from pthe time they go out indicated pwith security codes and those pcome back to us. pwe then have those in an pundisclosed location. p>> reporter: inside that secret pundisclosed location security is ptight. pthere's a specialized alarm psystem, biometric locks and no pinternet access where a small pteam counts all 24 categories by phand. p>> it's up to brian and i to pthen consolidate everything, pmake sure we're going through ptheir piles, counting that and precounting that. pwe will stuff the envelope, pclose it, seal it with the red.
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pand a duplicate set are then ploaded into two briefcases like pthis one, both locked in a vault ptill oscar sunday when ruiz and pculinen enter their code and ptake their briefcase, each ptraveling a different route pescorted by los angeles police. p>> no matter what happens, at pleast one of us will get there. p>> you dole a little bit like p007? p>> a little bit. p>> last year as a spoof, they peven carried a third briefcase pused by host neil patrick harris pand backstage they only hand the penvelope to the presenter just pseconds before the announcement. p>> is this the hardest secret to pkeep? p>> it's a big important secret. pthe reality is, there's a secret pwe keep forever, and that is who pgot second. p>> brandi hitt, abc news, plos angeles. p>> interesting. p>> who gets a police escort? pabc is the place to be oscar pnight. plive coverage starting at 7:00 pon sunday, 4:00 p.m. pacific ptime of course, tune in to p"world news now" next monday for
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p>> it's going to be a fun night. pwas this bjork's outfit? p>> yes, but you wear it better.
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p making news in america this pmorning, double edge storm. pheavy winds and torrential rains pin the east leave thousands pwithout power overnight and pcommunities in the south are pstunned by the deadly pdestruction as the midwest is phit hard by whiteout conditions. pwe have the latest on the storm ptrack. p privacy fight. pceo tim cook telling abc news pthat apple is standing firm pagainst the government despite pthat order to access a pterrorist's iphone. p>> this is not about one phone. pthis is about the future. p>> the abc news exclusive pinterview just ahead. p fighting the flu in the pdepths of the season. psome encouraging news about this pyear's vaccine.

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