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active shooter. >> reporter: this officer with two years on the force, opened fire killing the suspect. >> the cop yelled, he charged the cop, and the cop was forced to shoot him. >> reporter: there was no active shooter and the terrifying theme sparked panic. many barricading classrooms, and the university tweeted, active shooter, run, hide, fight. >> i ran into a bathroom, luck luckily, just a single stall, and i was able to lock myself in there. >> reporter: the attacker identified as an osu student, and the school newspaper said this is the fphoto of the somala immigrant and he was upset about the treatment of muslims, and
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can't take it anymore. >> authorities have to treat it as a potential terrorist attack. >> reporter: they are searching the suspect's home for clues on the motive, but leaders in the muslim community spoke out urging people not to jump to conclusions that falsely link this accident to the face of islam. >> thank you. he mentioned there the hero cop who shot and killed the attacker. a school official said 28-year-old ohio state officer was at the right place at the right time in order to end the threat quickly. he was ie of a gas leak, he saw the entire incident as it played out and shot the driver in less than a minute after the whole thing started. >> amazing. a recount of the general election could get underway in wisconsin as early as thursday. green party candidate jill stein has this afternoon to pay $3.5 million to cover the cost, but get this, she already raised more than $6 million.
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pennsylvania and michigan where he was just declared the winner by fewer than 11,000 votes. hillary clinton would have to flip all three states to overturn the victory. >> reporter: the president-elect is holding a second meeting today with mitt romney as he weighs choices for secretary of state. after meeting with another potential pick, retired general petraeus, trump tweeted he was very impressed. more now from tom llamas >> reporter: president-elect donald trump summoning a favorite military leader to trump tower, david petraeus, now a con tender for secretary of state. >> meeting went well. with him for about an hour, he basically walked us around the world, showed a grasp of a variety of the challenges out there, and some of the opportunities as well. >> reporter: and petraeus, the most famous military commander of his generation falling from grace after leaking classified
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director of the cia, a punishment trump said went too far. >> and general petraeus' life and reputation has been destroyed for doing nothing. >> reporter: meeting comes as trump's senior adviser conway wages a campaign against another candidate for secretary of state, mitt romney, once one of trump's toughest critics. >> a phoney, as worthless an a degree from trump university. >> reporter: saying supporters would feel betrayed. >> he went out of his way to hurt donald trump. i don't think cost of admission for party unity has to be the secretary of state position. >> reporter: others on team trump push for long time loyaliloyal ist rudy, but -- >> it's going to be a busy week, buckle up. >> reporter: reports that
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furious at his former campaign manager, conway, for what she said about mitt romney, but she says anything said on television, she told the president-elect that in person, and she's working alongside him and vice president pence and that the reports are completely false. tom llamas, abc news, new york. coming up, the new health alert, a home grown case of the zika virus. beware of what you read on the internet, fake news and what's feeding them. check out our behind the scenes pictures on instagram. they are always real. abcwnn. you're watching "world news now." ? holy night ?
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the white house says the president will not attend the president of castro friday. thousands of cubans continue to pay respect. schools and government offices are closed planned for today. tomorrow, his ashes begin a three-day procession east across cuba before being laid to rest on sunday. a group of iranians small craft aimed its gun at a u.s. navy helicopter in the strait of hormuz this weekend. the chopper was flying ahead of the uss eisenhower as it headed out of the persian gulf. the defense department official called the move by the iranians unsafe and unprofessional.
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case of the zika virus. the woman is a resident of brownsville near the border of mexico, reported no travel to other countries with outbreaks, and until now. the only state to report home grown cases was florida. if you recall, the first state in the u.s. to report another deadly virus, the ebola virus, on u.s. soil was in texas. from texas, a bizarre incident at the airport in houston. a female passenger on a united airlines flight opened an emergency door and jumped from the moving plane. the woman was detained by the police as she ran from the aircraft on the tarmac as the plane arrived from new orleans. the woman is undergoing a mental health evaluation. the district attorney and fbi declining to file charges. now to the strange sight on an australian highway with traffic brought to a standstill by an suv doing reverse donuts
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collision. the driver was unconscious. one managed to open the door, get in, and apply the hand brake. the driver may have had a medical issue cautioning the crash. coming up, the next half hour, new developments in the mystery kidnapping in california. the mother of two found alive three weeks after vanishing while jogging. what we're now hearing from an eyewitness who found her tied up on the side of the road. >> but, first, the growing number of those so-called fake news websites. jobs of real journalists so much harder. you're watching "world news
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start with a little bit of
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it was mark twain who once said that a lie can travel half way around the world while the truth still is putting on its shoes. >> same sentiment could be applied to the -- i can say this word -- proliferation. you so digdignified. >> we are up all night line with juju chang. >> reporter: in one of the most contentious elections in modern history, sensationalized, and at times flat amplifying partisan rigor across the country. pope francis shocks the world, endorsing donald trump for president. fake. there's this. fbi agent suspected in hillary's leak, problem is, there's no such thing as the denver guard guardian. while medias are brands built on accuracy, others report
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buzzfeed was one of the first to recognize this problem and has been tracking fake news on the internet for years. buzzfeed uncovered a breeding ground for some of the fake news sites. >> more than a hundred websites in one small town in central macedonia. >> reporter: that's right. macedonia. in particular, veles, an economically depressed city of 45,000, the rust belt of the former republic, and we went to some of the welcomes' creators speak out in the shadows for the first time on television. >> i had 7 million views on one article. >> they find a way to spread. >> i had to find work in the
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salary. >> reporter: mark zuckerberg dismissed the notion that the social network had an impact. >> the idea that fake news influenced the election in any way, i think, is pretty crazy idea. >> reporter: a recent poll found that 62% of american adults get news on social media with facebook leading the pack by far. nearly two-thirds of the users getting news from the site. after scoffing at the notion that fake news on facebook had an recognize there might be a problem, writing, bottom line is, we take misinformation seriously. we take this responsibility seriously. we've made significant progress, but there is more work to be done. but the biggest game changer could lie in eliminating the profit motive. >> my bank account, and payments are sent to my bank account.
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google. >> reporter: google telling us as of early last week, they prohibit google ads from being placed on misrepresented content, adding, moving forward, we'll restrict ad serving on pages that misrepresent, misstate, or conceal information. separates fact from fiction is not easy when mainstream media is at an all time high for mi mistrust. >> when donald trump says millions voted license to folks to be loose with the truth and people make things up. >> reporter: and when our social media feed designed to mirror our own opinions only confirming our biases. so when you give a customer what they want -- >> they drown in exactly what they want and to the exclusion of in addition else. >> reporter: juju chang, new york. >> i read about this recently. >> difficult. it's an ecochamber and hard to know the truth and what's not.
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use as directed what are you thinking about so hard? >> still trying to scratch my head over this first story in the mix, talking about time travel. apparently, it is possible. >> well, i would love to travel back in time or into the future. >> or parallel universe for that matter. this is a s for quantum dynamics saying time travel is possible. they came up with a theory that says there are many parallel universes where every conceivable outcome occurs, and these different universes interact. there could be another adryou o beach. >> i i should be there right now, not by parallel self. it's a theory. it's not real.
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>> einstein had theories that came out to be fact. don't bust it yet. >> once it's proven, get back to me. einstein's theories were proouproven. >> it's fascinating and cool. >> i have the opposite opinion. >> i'd be in the south of france right now. >> let's talk about visiting a restaurant that you might enjoy. if you're an introvert and really only go out to another human being. >> yeah. >> this is perfect for you. this is the famed japanese chain that's now offering in brooklyn, wednesday, a low interaction dining experience, so you see yourself, referencing an electronic seating chart on the wall, indicates when a table is available, and you don't even see faces, but the torso and hands as they slide you the menu, and you press a button to
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guess. so, why? >> why can't you do it and just stay home? >> why go out if you don't want to be around people? again -- >> my problem with ramen and eating out is hearing people slurp. oh, that would be the end. >> like "the lady and the tramp." >> no. it doesn't end with fun. this is cute. a baby goat can only truly >> stressed out goat. >> as a duck. polly, she's is blind and experiences anxiety, but put her in a duck costume, and she feels just ducky and relaxed. this is great. this is in an animal sanctuary she's been at for four months. >> she's cute. i feel the same way about that. >> that you need a duck costume to calm down?
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breaking news on "world news now," a tennessee town overtaken by the inferno, and heart stopping images of flames engulfing builds and forcing evacuations. we'll take you to the scene. >> question of terror in the ohio state campus attack, what media post authorities use as evidence for a motive. new this half hour, banned for life. >> after one man taunted passengers after donald trump's election victory, the airline decided to kick him off all the flights. we'll tell you why. a living legend who got a surprise presidential backstage visit. this is what happens when barbara streisand performs fortunate first time in houston, texas. that's ahead in the skinny on
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"world news now." and we begin with breaking news from tennessee. the raging wildfire tearing through a popular resort town. >> a serious situation happening now, as dozens of buildings in downtown gaitlinburg, and a chef was live with this incredible video as flames hotel. firefighters told people in the hotel that it was too dangerous to leave. >> yeah. they were just on the ground so they could inhale fresh air. so much smoke. miles from there, the wildfire is on the edge of the dollywood amusement park, and guests there have been evacuated. moments ago, we spoke with a park's spokesman, pete owens. pete, what can you tells about the conditions there? this is a big fire, right? >> caller: it is a large fire. it's probably one of the largest
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in a number of years. >> pete, i know you mentioned before that this week, the week after thanksgiving is usually a a fairly quiet week for you, but you have people there. i can imagine this is fairly frightening for people there? >> caller: well, out of an abundance of caution, we relocated 19 families staying with us in the cabin properties, and then relocated about 50 of our guest room guests here at dollywood resort. >> kind of give us a picture of what's going on. i know the wind gusts have been severe at 74 miles per hour in some locations, and then you got a snake of traffic just trying to get out. what are conditions like? >> caller: well, right now, we're in between rain showers, but we are expecting some heavy rain later on this morning after about 2:00 a.m. the winds are still fairly strong, and it still is blowing
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certainly, that is keeping firefighters and the staff that we have that's working for dollywood on their toes, and there's been a lot of people that have been affected. the city was evacuated in its entirety and certain areas of the county have been evacuated. >> yeah. tennessee emergency management saying some 30 structures destroyed including a 16-story hotel. i know it's not in your particular area, but what do you know about that situation? >> caller: a lot of of these structures are things that are very familiar with, and i think the daylight is going to bring a harsh reality to some folks when they see really what the damage is in the light of day. >> sobering picture of what a lot of people have fond memories of during vacations. thank you so much, pete, for joining us. >> caller: my pleasure. >> and should mention dolly parton who owns dollywood was not at the theme park, but in
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south america where there's been a plane crash in colombia. the charter plane was carrying members of the a brazilian soccer team when it wempnt downn the way to the airport. >> what a tragedy. reports that survivors have been found, though, including a player on the team. the team posted a video to facebook before leaving. they've been scheduled to play a match tomorrow. right now, the league's president is en route. >> 81 people on board the plane that took off from bolivia some electrical problems, and then it was not heard from again. we'll continue to stay on top of this breaking news. the other main story that we're following, the investigation into that attack at ohio state university. classes are resuming there this morning. >> yeah. right after that huge victory. >> against michigan. >> yes. that big game. an 18-year-old attacker plowed his car into a group of
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dozens taken to the hospital for treatment, and the attacker was a student born in somalia and was a permanent u.s. resident. investigators are looking into every aspect of his life. >> one ohio state police officer saw the entire incident play out and opened fire killing the attacker. >> our officer was on scene in less than a minute and ended this situation in less than a minute. he engaged the suspect, and he im >> really amazing. ohio state emergency officials alerted students about the situation initially saying there was an active shooter on campus. that prompted students to barricade themselves in classrooms with table and chairs blocking the doors, and all-clear was given nearly two hours later. >> apparently law enforcement officials, they say that the attacker was not known to the fbi and his neighbors claimed that he was always polite and
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authorities are looking into, though, is whether this was, indeed, a terrorist attack. more from abc's brian ross. >> reporter: just three minutes before the first 911 call, the attacker posted this message on facebook, according to law enforcement officials. i can't take it anymore. america, stop interfering with other countries, especially the muslim uma. we are not weak. we are not weak. >> certainly, authorities need to treat this as a potential terrorist attack. >> reporter: as the police and fbi carry out a search warrant in his home in columbus -- >> talk to anybody he might have associated with, find out what they knew. >> reporter: the picture emerging of him is that of a somalia immigrant who, in this school video taken just five months ago, seemed to be living the american dream until he turned on his adopted country becoming radicalized based on
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campus newspaper, the lantern, blaming the media for making muz limes feel scared on campus. >> so many people flipped by isis propaganda remotely look like they're leading successful lives. it's so hard to predict when propaganda gets through to them to the point where they crack and go violent. >> reporter: in recent weeks, isis has been urging its followers to copy the vehicle attack that took place in nice, france when 84 people were ll semitruck through the bastille celebration there. isis posted a new video instructing followers how to use a knife to attack nonbelievers. also, in a facebook post, he calls himself a a lone wolf and says if you want us muslims to stop carrying out lone wolf attacks, then make peace with the muslim world. brian ross, abc news, new york.
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people at a historic black church is now acting as his own attorney. a judge yesterday greed that roof could represent himself wearing his prison uniform, he sat the defense table and helped select jurors. malcom grahm's sister died in the church attack and is worried the trial will turn into a skeptical. >> we're going to have to go through a comedy show that shows america at its worst. but prosecutors want the death penalty. switching gears now to monday night football action with the packers taking on the eagles in philadelphia. it was green bay who got off to a flying start, though, when quarterback aaron rodgers hit adams there for a 12 yard td. the pair hooked up again in the second quarter on a 20 yard touchdown. not bad. and packers pretty much put it away with this short touchdown run here in the fourth quarter. green bay hands philadelphia its
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packers winning it 27-13. >> well, we like inspiration on a tuesday. >> yeah. >> it's tuesday, right? >> yeah. >> i have to keep it straight. thousands of runners finished sunday's seattle marathon, but few showed as much heart as one 63-year-old man, evans wilson, walking the entire route with his wife and an oxygen tank. >> he's fighting a terminal disease, but took on the challenge as a way t money for research into his disease. >> love the fight in the guy. they were joined by a woman from another family who was affected. they walked in the rain and finished the race in ten hours and 55 minutes. huge congratulations to them. >> timing does not matter. he finished it. congratulations. >> beautiful. i love that. coming up, the wind beneath her wings and a peek at the very first trailer of the remake of "beaches. starring idina.
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frightening kidnapping in california. what an eyewitness is saying after she found the mother of two badly beaten on the side of the road. first, here's a look at today's forecast. "world news now" weather
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allentown pennsylvania and called out supporters, and he was banned for life according to an internal memo. they are giving refunds to the other passengers on the flight. in hindsight, delta said they should not have allowed the man on the plane in the first place. >> is that because he was intoxicated? i mean, how did they know beforehand he would do that to let him on the plane in the first place? >> maybe there were clues. in california, new woman tied up on the side of the road three weeks after she vapished while jogging it telling her story. here's the latest. >> reporter: the investigation into the bizarre kidnapping of california mom sherri papini heating up. telling us a is interviewing her for clues. >> do you believe the story? >> absolutely. she reported she had been abducted.
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assaulted. >> reporter: the hunt is on for the two hispanic women she described, believed to be armed and dangerous. it was dark, just like this, when sherri told authorities her captors dropped her off right there behind me, 150 miles from her home on thanksgiving day. >> it was dark, and when i saw her, it was, like, she came out of nowhere. >> ali son spotting her and calling police. >> my initial response to my daughter was, i could have hit her. >> reporter: the shall have sayh including her previous divorce and any online activity. abc news, california. we'll continue to watch. when we come back, barbara streisand presidential visit. >> why beyonce hopes you'll visit her online store this holiday season. the skinny's next.
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it is skinny time on a tuesday with surprise guests for barbara steisand and first ever performance in houston, texas. >> first ever performance in texas, performing a song from each of the six decades she had number one albums. >> amazing, isn't it? six decades on top? then this happened.
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former first lady, barbara bush, complete with gifts. >> during the show, they were singlinged out from the stage praising mr. bush for service and mrs. bush for her work in promoting literacy. >> she congratulated bushes on the upcoming 72nd anniversary, amazing itself, which they'll celebrate in january. >> what's interesting, her politics are opposite, mostly on sis of the it's nice that we see this, you know, we can all come together moment. i don't know. maybe that's too deep here. nice to see we are the world. >> music unites. >> we are the children. speaking of gifts, what about holiday giving ideas from queen bee? >> beyonce released a new collection of christmas themed merchandise to keep you cute and cozy, i guess, this winter. >> you guess. it includes hoodies available in
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that sleigh all day, oh, funny, as well as sweat pants, two new t-sh t-shirt, and something we all need, underawwear. >> yes. and special edition wrapping paper with an all-over print pattern featuring pictures of herself and christmas stockings full of lemons. what could better capture the true spirit of christmas than lemonade? >> yeah. you lost me there. i li t >> now i know to get you for kwanza. >> lifetime released a trailer of "beaches," a glimpse for idina in the roles originated by bette and barbara hershey. can they pull it off with a sound track, of course, by
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? everything i wish i could be ? ? i could flier higher than the eagle ? >> i'm really scared. >> we're not going to give up. ? you are the wind beneath my wings ? >> i don't know what i think about that right now. it's really hard to do a remake authentically and follow in the >> so awesome as this. >> "wind beneath my wings," that i sang often, which i won't now, peeked number one in 1989, won record and song of the year at the 1990 grammy awards. where were you in 1990? that's the question. >> so "beaches" premiers january on lifetime. i think i was an embryo at that point. if i remember.
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people with that baby face. >> it's makeup and lighting. >> it's all about lighting, folks. finally, speaking of 1989, the last time one of the biggest heart throbs in the '80s toured the u.s. >> launching a u.s. tour as participant of a remarkable comeback year for this english pop singer. ? never going to give you up ? ? never going to let you down ? ? never going to run around and desert you ? never going to say good-bye ? never going to tell a lie and hurt you ? >> you are so welcome for that '89 flashback. you were singing along. we really didn't just ricroll you. rick really is set to launch a u.s. tour with his gorgeous hair. >> so the 18-day run ends
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? ? you know what? i can't hear all of his sopngs, but he's one of the most amazing performers. when i say "hear," i mean this is too much. he's patterned after old-school music that's now old-school to some of us, but bruno mars, "24 karat magic," post retro funk contemporary rb.
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>> sounds good is what we're saying. >> it doze. evokes singers that were the greatest. >> people follow him, 7 million followers on instagram, but there's one account that's quickly catching up. >> half a million followers, growing quickly, now that "rolling stone" ranked it in the top five in the list of best instagram accounts. >> who is it? would you believe it's the tsa. >> what? >> yeah. here's juju ? ? >> reporter: beyonce has more than 89 million instagram followers, but according to "rolling stone" magazine, there's a hot new account that has users falling into formation. tsa. ranked no. 4 on rolling stone's list of 100 best instagram accounts between queen bee and rihanna, advising passengers
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a knife and spears. tsa making it clear even action figure weapons won't fly. jimmy kimmel chiming in -- >> if you have a batter ring, leave it at home with your mother. >> reporter: tsa inviting travelers to ask if their sometimes unusual items are safe for travel. one user asking what we're all wondering, can we carry on that can a serious agency finding humor goes a long way, especially when you're waiting in endless lines. juju chang, abc news, new york. >> i love the story because of the positivity and good humor, but sometimes i wonder if customer service could match the humor. >> they are fun people. pat you down. >> we love you, tsa. >> give you a back rub. >> especially around the holidays. >> we like them.
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good tuesday morning to you. good tuesday morning to you. >> here's some of the top headlines we're following on this tuesday morning on "world news now." breaking right now, evacuations underway in a popular resort area of tennessee as a fast moving wildfire bears down. coverage in moments. looking into the life of the ohio state student who drove his car into a crowd and got out and started slashing people with a knife on campus. he was kill at the scene. full details straight ahead. the white south carolina police officer charged with killing an unarmed black driver is expected on the witness stand today. michael is fashioning 30 years to life in prison if convicted. he's already been fired. if you have any money left after black friday and cyber
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it's an international day of making donations of money, goods, and time. as a counter to the commercialization of the holiday season. i can't even say it because i'm thinking about giving. those are the top stories on this tuesday, november 29th. from abc news, this is "world news now." good morning, everyone. we're going to start this half hour with several breaking news stories that we are following. first, a plane the charter plane was carrying members of a brazilian soccer team on the way to a match in medellin. >> truly a tragedy. this facebook post shows them readying for the flight, and there are reports, though, this is the hope in all this, that six of the 72 passengers may have survived. officials say the pilot issued an emergency call before reporting an electrical failure. the crash site is in a
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throughout the morning. >> good news is the survivors on board, and eight crew members were on the plane. we'll continue to follow that breaking news story. the other one back in this country we're following this hour. overnight, the wildfires in tennessee, dozens of buildings have been destroyed or damaged, and there's mandatory evacuations for much of the city and the surrounding area. the tourist community is a gateway for the smokey mountains national park and for the dollywood theme park. reside there's capacity for emergency calls. >> i know it's hard to potentially think about losing a home or a place that you worked your entire life, that you built or established, but we're dealing with a situation here that is very dynamic. it's changing every moment. the wind is not helping us. the rain is not here yet. we're dealing with the worst possible conditions imaginable.
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a strong storm system moved through the south including tennessee expected to help battle the wildfires in the region. another system expected later this week, but neither ends the drought that's plagued the southeast. in the meantime, mike pence says a number of important announcements are coming today. >> donald trump holds another meeting with ro for secretary of state, and spent an hour with trump yesterday, and tom price, an outspoken critic of obamacare, is expected to be appointed to lead the department of health and human services. meanwh meanwhile, the recount effort is moving along in wisconsin where green party member jill stein raised $3.5 million to pay for it due today. here's abc's david wright. >> reporter: the campaign everyone thought was all over is suddenly back for an encore.
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>> reporter: wisconsin election commission now gearing up for a recount requested by green party candidate jill stein. stein is challenging the vote in pennsylvania and michigan, three battlegrounds hillary clinton lost by a combined 100,000 votes deciding the election. >> this is an election in which there has been hacking and allegations of tampering all over the place. >> reporter: during the campaign, u.s. intelligence agencies concluded russia tried to undermine the hacking team clinton and the dnc. it's one of the reasons thousands of supporters urged the clinton campaign to join the recount effort. the clinton campaign says it's not uncovered any evidence of votes tamp everied with and don't expect the results to change. during the campaign, it was donald trump who often complained the fix was in. >> it's a rigged system. it's a rigged election. 1.8 million dead people are registered to vote.
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about the recount calling it a scam and tweeting out hillary clinton's own words -- >> we must accept the result and then look to the future. >> reporter: trump went on to make astonishing claims. even though clinton's lead in the popular vote is now more than 2 million. trump now insists he won the popular vote if you deduct the millions of people who voted illegally. he's also alleging serious voter fraud in virginia, new hampshire, election officials across the country outraged. >> i know it's false, but it's hard to combat, you know, facebook and twitter or the president-elect. >> reporter: in california, the secretary of state called trump's allegations of voter fraud absurd adding his reckless tweets are inappropriate and unbecoming of a president-elect. one clinton campaign lawyer
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this in a tweet writing, we're attacked for participating in a recount we didn't ask for by a man who won the election who thinks there was massive voter fraud. david wright, abc news, wisconsin. another developing story this morning. the investigation into monday's attack on the campus of ohio state university. students returned to class today. >> investigators are combing through the life of the suspect who attended the school along with those he attacked. abc's alex perez has details from ohio state's campus in columb the chaos starting as the campus is coming to life just before 10:00 a.m. when authorities say a male suspect in a car deliberate ri jly jumped a curb piled into pedestrians. >> we have a vehicle that struck several pedestrians. >> reporter: the driver exits the car carrying a butcher knife and starts slashing people near the engineering building watts hall. >> man with a knife running
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hurt as many as he could. >> reporter: a campus officer confronting him. >> he yelled, the guy didn't stop, charged the cop, and cop was forced to shoot >> reporter: one minute after the attack begins, the cop fired the fatal shot that took down the suspect seen here on the ground surrounded by officers, authorities identifying the suspect as a student at osu, and the school newspaper said this is his photo. >> everybody was running in any direction they possibly could, and luckily, it was just a single stall and was able to lock myself in there. >> reporter: campus now on edge as authorities start hunting for a possible second suspect. the university tweeting, run, hide, fight. watts hall. sending text alerts to the community. >> starting to get a text there was a shooter on campus, so they locked the building down, had us up to the third floor. >> reporter: students barricading themselves inside classrooms, piling up chair
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wounded. >> i need a medic as soon as possible. severe bleeding out of some of them. >> reporter: severe patients rushed to the hospital, one in critical condition. >> police cars, the most seen in my entire life. >> reporter: fbi agents arrive with tactical units as well as swat and a bomb squad. this terrifying warnings, law enforcement said par campus because their loved ones could be in hiding, a ringing phone could give them away. then late morning, the all-clear. >> try to keep everybody calm, they did a good job. i love my students. >> reporter: as authorities continue to investigate the crime scene, they now believe the sole perpetrator at the scene was the student behind the wheel of this car and are praising the campus officer, now identified as officer allen who took him down.
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less than a minute and he ended the situation in less than a minute. he engaged the suspect, and he eliminated the threat. >> reporter: and that officer is 28 years old and has been with the campus police force for less than two years and authorities say his quick action may have saved lives, abc news, ohio. one more note. invest gapters are paying attention to the suspect's facebook post before the attack. he said here, quoting, i can't take it anymore, countries, especially the muslim, especially the uma. that's the muslim word that refers to people. he says, we are not weak, we are not weak, remember that. law enforcement said the attacker was not known to the fbi before yesterday. neighbors say he was always polite and attended daily prayer services at a mosque. overseas now where syria government forces are making major gains in the rebel-held city of aleppo. government troops control nearly
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collapse. thousands of residents have been evacuated as the fighting intensifies. a rebel defeat in aleppo would be a major turning point in the syria civil war. back at home, health officials in northern california are trying to figure out whether a community thanksgiving dinner led to three deaths and at least eight illnesses, all victims lived in the same assisted living facility and ate the free thanksgiving meal at the american legion death and illnesses. a teenager who climbed more than a hundred stories to the top of one world trade center is at it again, this time, justin is posting escapades on youtube. oh. this makes me ner rovous watchi. dangerously dangling from skyscrapers in manhattan. makes his way through construction sites to get to secured buildings. law enforcement experts are
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>> the problem is he's, you know, thousands of feet in the air. you can't tempt gravity that many times and expect to survive. >> okay. justin was arrested when he scaled one world trade center two years ago, but he's just turned 18, and so he could face more serious charges. where are his parents? >> not sure that's right at any age. >> where's mom and dad? wow. >> remember the infamous case of boaty mcboatface. it's a british public was asked to name. >> someone suggested boaty mcboatface, receiving the most support because it's funny. well, take two. >> so this is a salt spreader in the town near manchester, england. >> oh, gosh. >> seeking suggestions for names. early contenders are usane salt
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that's funny. >> others are gritney spears and gritty mcgritface. they are taking suggestions until tomorrow. >> keep them coming. i can't think off the top of my head there. >> the gritmeister. what's that thing? the zamboni. >> yeah. >> could be called the -- >> that's for ice. >> the gritboni? i don't know. zamboni, trying to merge the words. anyways, coming up - keeping yourself safe on the jogging trail. this is serious. frightening stories of abductions making headlines recently. what every woman needs to know before setting out on a solo run. how millions of americans shopping from the safety of their homes broke sales records for this year's cyber monday, and the sales are not over yet as cyber monday stretches into cyber week. but first, here's a look at today's temperatures.
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shoppers racing online. overall, sales expected to top $3 billion. amazon experiencing its best cyber monday in history. >> this is the day when you see site-wide sales. >> reporter: still going 60-75% off at children's place, and 50% off at banana republic, gap, and old navy, plus, more sales ahead. >> it's actually better to wait to buy things like toys, tools, hardware, gift cards until the middle of december. if you christmas. >> reporter: shuffling the probe by clearing internet history to ensure the best deal. plus, double check promotional codes on retail me not to get additional discounts on top of specials. it's a great time to shop travel deals, there are tickets to shows and vacations packages up to 70% off. abc news, new york. >> tempting, wow.
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while jogging alone. >> before and after work hours now dark, what every woman needs to know before the solo run.
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welcome back. the case of that california mother and other cases allegedly abducted while jogging alone has many women now thinking twice
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>> there are steps you can take. >> reporter: just out for an afternoon jog. >> chp is advising she is heavily battered. >> reporter: 34-year-old sherri papini, says she was snatched while running by her home, mother missing for three weeks before escaping. >> when you run alone, you're vulnerable. >> reporter: this summer alone, this 30-year-old another murdered on a path behind her mother's house, and another shot and killed in broad dayli daylight, all out for a jog when attacked. >> it's just you, and you don't have any protection. >> reporter: she's the founder of tough cookies, a jogging group founded on the theory on trails and roads there's safety in numbers. >> no one's going to attempt anything when you have a group. you can relax, enjoy the run,
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can't run with a partner? we talked to safety experts who gave us a few tips how to protect yourself on the path. first, ditch the headphones. >> the earlier that i can hear somebody approaching me or that i can see somebody approaching me, then i can respond in a way that's going to give me a better chance to get away to someplace safe. >> reporter: next, avoid baggy clothes and ponytails. >> opt for clothing that's form fitting without a hood and h tucked up and under your cap, making it for difficult for somebody to grab you and drag you into the bushes or take you down to the grounds. >> reporter: finally, be prepared to fight back. taking even one self-defense class can seriously increase your safety. you learn how to be better prepared, pay attention to your surroundings, and listen to your gut. you also learn how to fight back effectively in the worst case
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delivers mega support. ? ? tuesday morning as you look at this time lapse video of a giant banner being unfurled, larger than life likeness of fidel castro ahead of his funeral on sunday. >> many are looking forward with a fresh hope, david muir was there this weekend witnessing the winds of change. >> reporter: the images coming in from havana. the cuban people lining up at the plaza de revolutio respecteds, but so many of cue
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bans we met look to the future too. we asked this man about the u.s. president-elect. he tells me no one knows. we have to wait and find out. so many wondering if mr. trump will continue the thaw that began with president obama. the teenagers, they tell me the relationship with the u.s. right now is very good. they, too, now waiting. we beginning. our journey back beginning at the havana airport where we learned we'd board the first commercial flight from havana to miami in decades. >> this is the certificate, first flight. >> am i the first to get one? >> you're the first. >> the inaugural certificate. >> a pen for every passenger. >> the american flag and cuban flag here. the first flight from cuba to
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flight. you can see people in the terminal all taking photographs and videos because this is a historic moment for cuba. >> reporter: when we got to the door of the plane, the cuban flag on the american airlines jet. you can see the cuban flag outside the pilot's window there. the entire crew extremely excited to be a part of the flight. as well as the passengers back in the terminal capturing it all. >> another airlines will be doing soon. >> it's interesting to see the remembrance, memorializing castro in cuba. here in this country, of course, celebrations of the death. it's a contrasting picture we'll continue to share with you, of course. that's the news for this half
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making news in america this morning, breaking overnight, an out-of-control wildfire destroying dozens of structures forcing evacuations in tennessee. people trapped inside a hotel filled with smoke as flames reach the windows and now dolly parton's dollywood in one fire's path. a soccer team on board. new details about what the pilot reported before the crash and word of survivors just in. campus attack. a student at ohio state university ramming his car into a group and going on a stabbing spree. what we're learning about the suspect, his social media post moments before the attack and hero police officer who took him

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