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coming in. in parts of this region, snow has been falling for two days straight, and guess what? it's not ending any time soon. gio benitez, abc news, portland, new york. it is hard to tell from looking at gio's location there, but the worst is over in the northeast, but another storm is shaping up in the midwest. >> that's right. let's check in now with accuweather's cam tran for the complete forecast. cam, good morning. >> good mo diane. we'll see some improving conditions across the northeast as the lake effect snow and blustery winds taper off. there's a storm system developing across the lakes region bringing in wintery precipitation and heavy rainfall in the central plains into texas, and as for wednesday, we are going to see a very breezy and cloudy and wet conditions across the midwest as well as out on the west coast as well. back to you, kendis and diane. >> thanks to cam.
the historic tuskegee airmen has died. >> willie rogers was the oldest surviving member of the world war ii squad ron. his family says he passed away on friday in florida. many relatives, actually, say they weren't aware that he served in the nation's first avenue can american aviation unit until four years ago. apparently, he never mentioned it. >> wow. >> and willie rogers was 101 years old. since he didn't tell his family about his service in that tuskegee airmen unit, he missed the 2007 whitey where the unit received the the congressional gold medal. >> he can keep secrets. >> he was shot in the leg and stomach during a battle in italy. a hero. coming up, the growing worry about a danger on the nation's highways caused by the police. the number of innocent bystanders killed in high speed police chases and how experts say the police could cut that number by as much as 90%.
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the long lasting scent of gain flings. firefighters res firefighters in fresno rescued dozens of cats and cogs nobody was hurt in the fire, but crews are trying to determine how many animals made it out alive, and no word on why so many animals were crammed into that space. federal investigators reportedly looking into the crash of a facebook drone. take a look at the video. the company released of the drone's first flight, eventually the drone is supposed to help bring internet access to people living in remote locations around the world. well, after that video was shot, the drone, well, then, crashed. no one injured, but now the "wall street journal" reports the ntsb is investigating this.
>> that's too bad. it really seemed like such a cool project. >> it's a great project. mark zuckerberg has been trying to push this to get the internet to parts of africa. >> they say the drone runs on the power of two blow-dryers. it's a tiny bit of energy. hopefully they get another one off the ground. crashes on the country's highways blamed on law enforcement. >> across america, one person is killed in a police chase every single day. amazing number there. usually, they're an innocent bystander. >> reporter: it happens in less than a blink of an eye. this car chased by police speeding past four young girl, and then a police car behind it hit by another car, careening for the girls and smashing into a van, enough force to send it rolling down the street. slow it down. you see the cruiser comes flying past missing the girls by a
>> i'm still shaken up because i was just -- you see that in the movies, not in real life. >> reporter: it's a nightmare scenario for cops, innocent bystanders hurt or killed. >> he's losing it. >> in los angeles, a review by the "l.a. times" found a record 78 bystanders injured last year during lapd chases. so now, nearly 100 departments across the country are going high tech, firing gps devices like that that stick to a suspect's car, allowing police to back off and track a suspect from a safer and one safety group points out that the vast majority of pursuits involve nonviolent crimes and if officers only pursued the most violent criminals, pursuits could be cut by 90%. clayton sandell, abc news, in work. >> the videos give you chills, but it's hard to make that call as a police officer, right? you don't know why they are running, and you're not supposed to run from the cops. >> in in that case, the cruiser was hit by another vehicle and
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walser, who never gave up on hector. hector once heard his teacher had dreamed since he was a kid of having a pair of nike air jordans. >> oh, you didn't. >> oh, man! >> what! >> what? they are! oh, man! >> reporter: hector used his own savings to surprise his teacher. >> dude. >> reporter: the video going viral, inspiring so many, including nike. they have now sent a brand new pair of air jordan 12s to hector. >> oh, yeah! >> reporter: with this note. >> your teacher inspired you, you inspired us. continue to be the change you want to see. oh, my gosh. >> reporter: david muir, abc news, new york. >> it's paying it forward. >> those are great kicks and hard to get. it's really cool. >> you're not getting a pair. >> i already made my list. >> you're trying very hard, but no. next, much further north, another high school senior is turning tens of thousands of heads online.
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this morning on "world news now," a community devastated following a deadly school bus crash. >> families and investigators are at the scene searching for answers after that packed bus with school kids from an elementary school we want off the road. the driver now under arrest. we'll have the latest just ahead. and we have developments in the deadly ambush of a police officer in san antonio, texas. questions from reporters saying he lashed out at somebody who didn't deserve it. we'll have more details ahead. president-elect donald trump's first significant address to the american people since his election night victory, but it was not a speech or a news conference. the aggressive game plan for his first 100 days in office that he released in a video message. as millions prepare to hop on board all those planes, trains and automobiles, there's a new study validating all those
how gross surfaces are, joining us in giving thanks we're not already sick on this tuesday, november 22nd. from abc news, this is "world news now." germ story i'm not looking forward to. >> yeah. it's an odd one, but, of course, we start with the really sad news coming out of tennessee this morning. >> that's right. it's a horrifying school bus crash in chattanooga, tennessee. the 24-year-old driver facing multiple charges of vehicular homicide. >> police confirmed monday night five children dead, two dozen others taken to the hospital. now school is scheduled to be in session today with grief counselors on hand to help students and staff. >> meanwhile, an ntsb team is heading to tennessee to see what went wrong. here is abc's maggie rulli with more. >> reporter: the packed school bus crashed and overturned in a tangled mess of metal, tree limbs, and power lines.
>> reporter: 35 students aboard ranging in ages from kindergarten to the 5th grade. >> 23 children have been transported to the hospitals and the driver is cooperating. >> certainly speed is being investigated very, very strongly as an issue in this crash. >> reporter: it took crews more than two hours to crack through the twisted wreckage to get to those trapped. >> we ask for prayers and just go out to the families. >> reporter: the accident happen a mile from the chattanooga elementary school. the bus ran off a residential road, slammed into trees, and ended up on the side. no other vehicle was involved. >> a warrant has been issued to remove the informational box on the school bus and review the video on the school bus. >> reporter: maggie rulli, abc news, washington. now the story we're following overseas, a tsunami warning in japan has now been lifted after big waves came ashore in northern japan early
the waves as high as 4.5 feet were triggered by a strong earthquake in the same fukushima region devastated by an earthquake in 2011. today's tremor was an aftershock of the one five and a half years ago. this quake measured 7.4, but only minor injuries and damage. here in had new york city, a man is being held without bail in connection to a potential terrorist plot. a neighborhood shot this as the 37-year-old was arrested in brooklyn. prosecutors say mohamed razi najeef traveled to yemen last year and tried to join isis. court papers said he supported an attack in times square like the one in france, and he's charged with attempting to assist isis. the man suspected of murdering a texas police officer is apologizing for his actions. otis mccain was arrested monday in the death of benjamin marconi. mccain told reporters he's been involved in a custody battle and mad at society and admitted he lashed out at somebody who
more now on the shooting. >> reporter: police in san antonio say they have a man in custody after the brutal murder of detective marconi. >> we arrested 31-year-old otis mccain. >> officer down in front of headquarters. >> reporter: police say marconi was writing a routine traffic ticket in front of the station when this car pulled up behind him. a man getting out and shooting the detective twice in the head through the passenger side window. marconi later died at the hospital. police still are not saying what the suspect was doing at headquarters before the shooting sunday. in the past, at least three other officers in different cities were ambushed during unrelated traffic stops. two of them in missouri, including a st. louis sergeant shot twice in the head while still wearing his seat belt, weapon holstered.
three expected to survive. 58 shot in the line of duty this year, the highest number since 2011. in san antonio, a community in mourning, officers commemorating the fallen with the black stripe across their badges. >> i bet that's a tough part of your day to put that on. >> extremely. even after 20 years. >> reporter: the 31-year-old otis tyron mccain does have a criminal record. he was taken into cut without incident. kayna whitworth, abc news, san antonio. >> thank you. turning now to the weather, a major winter storm is ge thanks gives week off to a rocky start. three feet of snow fell in new york state causing dozens of accidents. a charter bus carrying students to new york city overturned after swerving to avoid other vehicles and there were only minor injuries in that crash. but hundreds of flights were also delayed by that storm. ski resorts in their surrounding communities are gearing up for their opening season this weekend or opening up the season, i should say. checking equipment and making more snow if necessary. some people are excited about the snow, others not so much,
crowd, we do have some good news for holiday travelers. hourly workers at chicago's o'hare airport put off the one-day strike until next week no to disrupt the flights. the protest by baggage handlers and custodians will happen a week from today instead. >> you just have to worry with about mother nature. >> mother nature, she can choose at any time to go on strike. we're hoping she's kind to us. >> actually, might not cooperate for travelers in the central u.s. or pacific northwest this week. >> accuweather's cam tran has the complete forecast r cam, good morning. >> good morning, diane and kendis. we'll see improving conditions across the northeast, so good news for travelers here and lake-effect snow as well as breezy conditions tapering off. a developing storm system brings breezy conditions as well as wintery precipitation in the lakes region and heavier rain in the central plains, and that system brings stormy conditions across the lonestar state. as for the busiest travel day of the year, we are looking at widespread rain across the midwest.
from the lakes region to the twin citys into the ohio valley. out west, the pacific northwest will see rain as well. the good news is for turkey day itself other than rainfall across the northeast, it will be fairly quiet. back to you diane and kern dis. >> thanks, cam. coming up, president-elect speaks to the american people for the first time since election night. in the video, he lays out his plan for the first 100 days in office. but what did he leave off that list? caught on camera, the police chase that was a close call. what happened after an officer loses control of his cruiser right near a group of children. check out our behind the scenes pics on instagram, abcwnn. you're watching "world news now." " if you're approaching 65, now." and the options you hav. you see, medicare doesn't cover everything -
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president-elect donald trump has chosen what many see as a different way to address the american people for the first time since winning the election. >> in a 2:30 video, mr. trump laid out an agenda on energy, trade and immigration for the first 100 days in office. here's the latest. good morning. thanks for being here. >> thank you. donald trump remained out of the public eye since the election working to put together his new administration, but now we're hearing about his agenda that trump said, plain and simple, is
he then listed half a dozen areas where he's focusing his efforts. now, most notably, trump said he plans to withdraw from the trans-pacific partnership agreed to by president obama. it's the largest trade pact in the world. instead, he'll negotiate free trade details that brings back jobs to the u.s. and outlined plans to cut back on restrictions, on production of american energy to create, as he put it, many millions of high paying jobs. , and he addressed immigration with plans to investigate uses of via programs and make sure to include campaign chapter to drain the swamp of washington. >> on ethics reform, as part of the plan to drain the swamp, we will impose a five-year ban on executive officials becoming lobbyists after they leave the administration, and a lifetime ban on executive officials
government. >> reporter: trump said he's instructed his transition team to look into executive actions he can take on day one to get the ball rolling on his agenda. it's important to note what we didn't hear from president-elect trump. he didn't mention anything about repealing the affordable care act, which he previously said was at the top of his priority list. trump also didn't mention anything about building a wall or deportation, but those issues require congressional approval and are not something he can do on his own. >> not action there for those issues. >> right. and had is an unorthodox way of getting his message out. he's not had a press conference since july 27th, at least not a full one. do we have any indication how he plans to get his messages out, how he plans to work with the media, that kind of thing? >> the team says right now he's been busy, but he'll hold a news conference soon and the days are filled with meetings. mr. trump had a contentious
outlets in the campaign, and it looks like we're still seeing some of that now. but he is meeting with the "new york times" later today, so that relationship, guys, looks like it could be improving. >> it should be quite interesting to be in that room with the "new york times" and donald trump. they haven't really gone after him. >> well, it is sort of just an interesting time in general, though, right? this is the first presidential election we've seen where social media is so prevalent that even as media, we are trying to figure out how we relate with social media and vice versa. and in the white house thing, how do we move forward, changing way we operate in general. >> i think they just hit sent on the twitter. >> continue to use twitter a lot, so, yeah, interesting to see how the meeting goes. >> thank you. appreciate it. other headlines now, problem with issues green cards is much worse than initially believed. and an audit of citizenship found thousands of green cards
and others contained incorrect information. in some cases, immigrants approved to stay in the country for two years were given cards good for ten years. inspector general of homeland security said green cards in the security said green cards in the wrong hands could enable terrorists and other criminals to remain in the u.s. several people injured at the los angeles auto show by an out of control test car. now, police say the driver of that fiat jumped the curb and plowed into a crowd standing on the sidewalk outside the convention center. five pedestrians, the driver, and the passenger were all taken to the hospital. they are expected to be okay. take a look at this. a police chase that ended up being a close call. this is in pittsburgh, in the pittsburgh area. keep your eyes on that group of children standing there. >> oh. >> wow. the officer lost control of the cruiser, missing the kids by a matter of inches. he then crashed into a parked
did get away in that one. just gives you chills to look at that video. new jersey transit said it will no longer allow engineers to drive trains while being treated for sleep apnea. the decision follows a deadly train accident last september. the engineer was suffering from sleep apnea, but did not know it. that disorder interrupts a person's breathing while they to be very drowsy during the day. they ask engineers nationwide be tested for the disorder. we're now getting word this morning that kanye west is in a los angeles hospital. police responded to a medical welfare call involving west yesterday. it came hours after west cancelled the remainder of the st. pablo tour. according to tmz, west has been exhausted from touring and working on his fashion line. he cut short a concert in sacramento saturday after going on a rant about a number of topics, including beyonce and hillary clinton.
california, snoop dog is getting into the thanksgiving spirit. >> he's a giving man. >> for the third year in a row, he teamed up with the city of englewood to give away free thanksgiving dinners. >> thousands of people got a free turkey and all the trimmings. snoop summing up the reason for the whole event. >> this is what it's all about, being able to give back to people who may not have had nothing to eat for thanksgiving. we're fortunate enough and blessed to give back. every year we look forward to doing this. >> police and members of the los angeles rams were involved. everyone agreed it was about spreading love there on thanks giving. >> all right. can't be mad at that. coming up in our next half hour, monday night football in mexico. the challenges the oakland raiders and texas faced on the gridiron south of the border, and hear what we just found out this morning. first, more than a decade after "jon and kate plus 8" and years of family drama, on the eve of her new series premier, kate opens up about what she credits for making her a better
it's been more than ten years since reality tv first introduced jon and kate gosselin and, of course, their eight children to the world. >> since then, the family ha undergone a bitter divorce and now allegations of abuse as season five of kate plus eight premiers. here is ab xr's amy robach with more. >> reporter: for ten years, we watched the gosselin family see the highs, the lows and messes that come with raising eight kids. now back for a fifth season of "kate plus 8," with divorced in
6-year-old twins and 12-year-old sextuplets. how are you different than that kate from ten years ago when you first started out. >> i almost don't know her. now it's the wisdom, the experience, it makes you really a better parent. >> reporter: we see your son colin in the new season, but you revealed that he is away seeking treatment for educational and social challenges. how did you come to that decision? it had to be a really tough one. >> it was not even really a choice. it was on the advice of his doctors and it had to happen. >> reporter: how's he doing? >> he's plodding along, and we are, too. it definitely was necessary and i'll go to the ends of the earth for the best for each one of them. >> reporter: jon said that he has no idea where colin is and that he has not seen him in a year and a half. he claims that he won't tell him where collin is. >> we are both court ordered not to speak about the care and custody of our children in detail.
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it's a big travel week, of course, 15 million people traveling might want to pack your sanitizer if you're going to go somewhere. >> yes. after we do the story, you'll want it too. >> things are gross out there, but we knew this. so apparently there's a doctor in new york who did -- i poured way too much on my hands -- who did the research and found that heading into the busy travel season, the transportation hubs -- thank you. i really overdid it. the transportation hubs are really the worst places for germs. the worst spots, escalator handrails, bathroom doors, steering wheels and radio dials. most germy items are touch screens and boarding passes. >> oh.. >> so she suggested using, like,
use, or i try -- >> to touch the screen? >> i tried using my tongue on the touch screen opposed to my hands not to get the hands dirty. >> that's much >> yeah. more sanitary, you're right. good tip. all right, moving on to cheetos. so we know they headache these delicious cheese snacks i'm sure we all love. however, cheetos is branching out. >> oh, they are? >> yeah. to jewelry. >> what? >> meet cheetos, this cheetos themed jewelry. it's high end stuff. the earrings and ring set you see, $20,000. >> get out of here. is there gold in there. >> 18 karat gold, the only set on sale, but they are planning to branch out and growing this jewelry line. they also, by the way, make cologne as well. you know what it's called? cheeteau like french. >> oh, i see.
we'll stick with cheeteau. i wish they made it from cheetos. i got excited. the candy necklaces, they are necklace, just a snack as the day goes on. >> it wouldn't last 20 minutes. >> wondering what to get this holiday scene? well, there's this beautiful new nativity scene made by a company called modern nativity created what's called a hipster nativity set. so that would be mary and joseph there taking a selfie. >> oh, my gosh. >> and is that, like, a latte in her hand? and they are also on the segues. it runs off -- >> oh, the wisemen carrying amazon boxes. nice touch. >> and solar panels. >> they're missing the little drummer boy on the bongo.
this morning on "world news now," a community devastated following a deadly school bus crash. >> families and investigators are at the scene searching for answers after that packed bus with school kids from an elementary school we want off the road. the driver now under arrest. we'll have the latest just ahead. and the winter weather is set to make travel messy for millions this week. up to three feet of snow has made roads extre accuweather has the forecast just ahead. also this half hour, new details about the health care for kanye west. >> hear what we're hearing about his medical emergency after being rushed to the hospital just after announcing he's canceled the remainder of his nationwide tour. and then there were three. the couples who will advance to the final battle in "dancing with the stars." we'll have a recap of last
it is tuesday, november 22nd. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> good morning, everyone. i'm diane macedo. >> and i'm kendis gibson. >> we want to start with that tragic news. the breaking news overnight, the 24-year-old driver under arrest facing multiple accounts of vehicular homicide. >> here is the news where that bus hit a tree on monday afternoon. authorities say at least five children were killed. >> now, school will be in session today but, of course, with grief counselors on hand. meantime, an ntsb team is on the way to the scene. here is abc's david kerley. >> 35 young students from kindergarten to the fifth grade tossed around when this school bus crashed. not all survived. >> there were multiple fatalities. >> more than four or five?
>> rescue crews working for minutes which turned into more than an hour to get all kids out. 23 sent to local hospitals. the tennessee school bus just an hour from the elementary school ran off a road and slammed into trees landing on its side. a father apparently carrying his child away from the scene. >> a bus crash involving school children is every public safety professional's worst nightmare. vehicle accident. the bus driver survived and is said to be developing with police. another crash contributing to the debate should all school buses have seat belts? as a simulations show what can happen in a rollover accident. >> there was a call for blood donations with so many injured, but there are parents grieving because their children, their students will not be coming home. david kerley, abc news, washington. we're going to turn our focus to the difficult weather
>> and another bus accident, this time in upstate new york. in this case, though, the weather was a factor. one of three buses carrying high school students from rochester or a suburb nearby to new york city overturned. nine students were taken to the hospital, but luckily later released.. no major injuries there. then in new hampshire, two people died in separate accidents on the icy roads. both drivers were ejected from their vehicles. in one of those accidents, the car skidded in front of an oncoming tanker truck. and the weather now focuses in the midwest where there's another storm that could a.m. affect your holiday travel. >> let's check in with accuweather's cam tran. >> the winds taper off as well as the lake-effect snow. however, a storm system moving across the lakes region will bring us wintry precip across the area as well as heavy rain
as we head into the busiest travel day of the year, we will see cloudy and west conditions across the midwest as well as another storm system move into the pacific northwest. as for turkey day, though, mostly cloudy across the northeast, otherwise fairley quiet. back to you, diane and kendis. >> cam, thank you. prpected to head to his mar-a-lago estate to have thanksgiving with his family. >> from trump tower, a new video message from the president-elect. >> our transition team is working very smoothly, efficiently and effectively. truly great and talented men and women, patriots, indeed, are being brought in and many will soon be a part of our government. >> his first words at length to the american people in more than a week. no speeches or news conferences since election night. but we have seen a resolving door of meetings. the job applicants seen competing. that is senator scott brown, hoping to leave the department of veteran's affairs.
i'm not compete, anybody. you know, i think i'm the best person. >> some of the meetings, like former governor rick perry leave the impression team may be forming a team of rivals. perry was an outspoken foe in the primaries. >> let no one be mistaken. donald trump's candidacy is a cancer on conservatism and it must be clearly diagnosed, excised and discasted. >> now he's a contender for energy executive. over the past days, at least 29 people came to play court either at trump anticipates clubhouse in new jersey or the gilded trump tower. not all of them will end up in the cabinet. trump enjoys the suspension. >> we've made a few deals, but we'll let you know soon. >> chris kobach walked in clutching this memo, outline ago plan to revamp the department of homeland security.
are tracked, the document says. kobach has, in the past, proposed a muslim ridge industry. incoming staff reince priebus insists that's a nonstarter. >> look, i'm not going to rule out anything, but we're not going to have a registry based on religion. >> under the radar altogether. president trump now says he's doing america's business, not his own. but these real estate powers say this photo was taken after the election. >> deals worth more than $54 million. as a senior adviser kellyanne conway said, he's a businessman, he's working the transition, he is the president-elect and you know we are in unprecedented
david wright, abc news, new york. >> trump is also coming under scrutiny for business dealings in the uk. after the election, trump met with british politician nigel farage. a leading voice in favor of brexit. a source tells the "new york times" that trump encouraged farage to oppose offshore wind farms. trump tried and failed to block wind farms to keep them from spoiling the views from his golf course in scotland. so the report suggests he may be trying to use the power of the presidency for permanent gain. trump fired off this tweet last night, clearly annoyed with the press for raising questions about potential blurred lines between his businesses and his future presidency. he wrote, prior to the election, it was well known that i have interest in properties all over the world. only the crooked media makes this a big deal. well, hillary clinton appears to be possibly keeping a post election promise to herself. >> yeah. so you remember the former democratic presidential nominee said last week after losing the race to donald trump -- listen.
curl up with a good book or our dogs and never leave the house again. >> well, mission accomplished. the former first lady was spotted with her family in rhode island at a bookstore. one book seller told a local newspaper mrs. clinton was kind and gracious. >> and clintons posed for a few pictures, bought some books and visited an aquarium. reports say that visit was after hours. >> at least she's getting out there. coming up, monday night football south of the border. the oakland raiders and houston texans face off against one of the legendary sports venues. and the breaking news about kanye west and the medical emergency that had him rushed to the hospital. we'll have the stories and the details ahead. you're watching "world news now." >> "world news now" weather
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a 7.4 earthquake triggered a tsunami off the coast of northern japan this morning. the waves were as high as 4.5 feet. the quake struck in the same area that was devastated in 2011. only minor injuries and damage this time and no damage to the nuclear plant there. the tsunami warnings have now been lifted. in texas, the man suspected of murdering a san antonio police detective says he's sorry for what he did. otis mccain was arrested monday afternoon. he told reporters he had been involved in a custody battle and that he was mad at society for not letting him see his son. mccain admitted that he, quoting here, lashed out at somebody who didn't deserve et. mccain is charged with capital murder. authorities in north dakota
organizers say at least 17 protesters were taken to the hospital, including some who were treated for hypothermia. they are calling on the justice department to prevent more violence at the site. there's a travel warning from the state department for americans in europe. there's a heightened risk of terrorist activity during the holidays and warns of credible information that isis and others planning attacks in europe, so travelers are encouraged to be careful at markets and festivals. now to monday night football played last night at one of the world's most legendary football venues. the aztec stadium in mexico city that hosted the world cup finals in 1970 and 1986. >> football and futbol. it was also the scene of diego's hand of god -- >> oh, yes, of course. >> later in the same game, he ran through the entire english defense to score what's commonly
>> good player. not so good as a coach. >> jack's not biassed at all, not even a little bit. >> last night's game, the houston texans against the oakland raiders and because it was south of the border, diane has the headlines in english. [ speaking spanish ] goal! goal! touchdown! [ speaking spanish ]. touchdown! [ speaking spanish ]. >> i have no idea what you said, but that was hot.
>> man. it was muiy caliente. >> wow. >> that was a quick translating job. thank you, jack. for the assist on that. >> nice job. >> so the texans won, right? >> no, honey. we'll get you more on that a little bit later. you just like -- i liked while i'm saying touchdown, kendis is still saying, goal! >> i thought that's what they say. not so much. >> that's what they score a goal they say t all right. so when we come back, the breaking news about kanye west. and who are the three couples on "dancing with the stars" finale? that's next. touchdown! "world news now" continues
? skinny so skinny ? time new for the skinny starting with breaking news. a downer a little bit, kanye west in the hospital. >> many officials confirm to abc news the rapper checked into a hospital in los angeles listed as medically stable. >> authorities responded to a disturbance call that turned into a medical emergency. >> a source close to west says he's suffering from exhaustion
heels of a series of bizarre on-stage rants at his recent concerts which led him to cancellation of the rest of the st. pablo tour. >> with 21 dates scheduled, and members of the kardashian clan appeared at the angel ball, but kim kardashian was not there. >> that was supposed to be a big deal because kim has not made a public appearance since the incident some time ago in paris. so a lot of people were looking forward to seeing her make a public appearance here in new york and she did not show up. >> all right. >> next to part one of the "dancing with the stars finale. >> they were all close last night, but there were many, saying, a clear winner. >> oh, yeah. >> of the three couples, 40 out of 40 for the free style dance, that was laurie and val, and 38 out of 40 for this casa doble. >> this, by far, my favorite, james and sharna, score ago perfect 40 out of 40 for their
and even carrie ann mouthed the words wow and 37 out of 40 in the foxtrot. but the freestyle told the story of his car crash by dance and it was an emotional performance. especially knowing this is a race car driver. what's he know about dance, but it's just -- he brought it home. >> that was the thing, not only did he perform so well, but he reminded people that, oh, by the way, i drive cars for a living. i do not dance. >> exactly. >> the foxtrot, not so good. but, you know, it's tough dancing. >> another perfect score, calvin and lindsay got one, 40 out of
of 40 for the waltz. >> the freestyle was amazing because of moving treadmills that were a part of it. it was a number of different songs. it was incredible. >> and i think he also has an interesting challenge. not only did he come into this saying i'm notoriously a bad dancer. and his sister verified that by mocking him openly. but also, he's tall. that has to make an additional challenge for him, so kudos to him for vast improvement also since the beginning of the show. >> it's going to be great looking forward to tonight. the only couple who didn't get a perfect score was jana and gleb. and this was part of the reason why. the stumble, scoring a 36 and 35 for freestyle and tango and, unfortunately, they were sent packing last night. >> the people up there deserve to bth it was their time, and he's the most incredible partner, and i just learned so much about myself and what i can do and how strong i can be, and he's going to be all that. thank you. so much fun. >> jana spent half the season crying. i hope she actually enjoyed herself. >> she did a good job. the finale airs tonight here on abc. next, jennifer lawrence opens up about her new romance. >> speaking to vanity fair, the
couldn't help but gush about the man in her life, 47-year-old black swan director darren orinovsky who she describes as a visionary and she also opened up at length on camera. >> dish. stripping. oh, i would ask robert kardashian what was in the garment bag, o.j. case. >> lawrence toldhe far as weddings are concerned, she will never again be a brides maid. she said that part of her life is over. so is that a thing to comer for her? >> sounds like it. >> here's a hint of something to come, major payday. for comedian dave chappelle. >> off the stint of hosting "saturday night live," chapelle landed a deal at netflix reportedly worth as much as $60 million. >> chapelle has three specials planned for the streaming giant. his first special in 12 years will be released simultaneously
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? skinny so skinny ? we're so excited. there's a bonus round to "the skinny" on this tuesday. we start with the first peek at the much anticipated biopick of a young president obama. >> the film "barry" follows him as he navigates columbia university and racial tension on the crime-ridden streets of manhattan back in the 1980s. and the young barack obama follows both his head and his heart. >> my mom was from kansas and my dad's from kenya. >> you know what that makes you? >> no, sir, i don't. >> that makes you american. >> "barry," which earned rave reviews at the toronto film
16th on netflix. >> and it's exploring a different side of the president that most of us have never seen before. he's a polished politician and maybe getting himself into a little bit of trouble as he discovers who he is in his 20s. >> exactly. there was another movie released this year telling the story of the relationship. >> yep. >> all right. next, supermodel chrissy tiegan is apologizing for an music awards. >> you may recall this dress. it was barely there with side slits up to the chest held together by safety pins. the dress briefly flashed open revealing everything below the naval. >> whoops. >> the supermodel took to instagram to apologize to anyone that she says she offended by her hoo-haw. >> that's a technical term? >> yeah, that's clinical. >> okay. >> and she gave perhaps to the woman who does her laser hair removal, as well. because, you know, if you're going to have a wardrobe malfunction, you might as well
groomed properly. >> yes. i'm not going to touch that. moving on. >> moving on. >> she did it. she put it out there, not me. so finally, justin bieber's tattoo could offer a glimpse into the young star's high opinion of himself. >> proudly unveiling a tattoo to a stadium full of people in a stadium over the weekend. across the abs, you see the word "son of god." >> so the 22-year-old already has 56 tattoos and he has jesus christ on his leg and many others that reflect his christian faith. >> when he's got 56 tattoos, what's one more? >> why did it take him so long to get around to that one? >> i don't know. this is abc's "world news now" informing insomniacs for
good morning. i'm kendis gibson. >> i'm diane macedo. here's some of the top stories we're following this morning on "world news now." the driver is under waste in a deadly school bus crash in chattanooga, tennessee. authorities say at least five children were killed when that bus slammed into a tree monday afternoon. the ntsb is now headed to tennessee. donald trump is sharing the to-do list with the country can, offering highlights of the first 100 days in a live report, coming up. a tsunami hit japan's northern coast this morning after a strong earthquake, but only minor injuries and damage. waves topped 4.5 feet high, but the warnings have now been lifted. those are just some of the top stories on this tuesday, november 22nd. from abc news, this is "world news now." a good morning to you as we again this half hour with
giving the american people a look at what the first 100 days in office look like. >> issued a new online video, and abc is here to break it down. it lasted about two minutes. what did he say and not mention? good morning. >> good morning, kendis and diane. this video is the first time president-elect trump has addressed the american people directly since election night and he outlined a list of actions he could take on day one. for the first time as president-elect, donald trump talking directly to the american people. >> i've asked my transition team to develop a list of executive actions we can take on day one to restore our laws and bring back our jobs. it's about time. >> reporter: he hasn't held a news conference since winning the election two weeks ago. he released a 2:30 minute video outlining the video he says is based on simply putting america first, laying out plans for six items when he takes over in the white house in january like
largest trade pact in the world. >> a potential disaster for the country. >> reporter: instead, planning fair trade deals and cancel restrictions on production of american energy. >> creating many millions of high paying jobs. that's what we want. that's what we've been waiting for. >> reporter: in his first address, trump straying from one campaign promise that ignited a firestorm. >> we're going to build a wall. we're going to build a wall, >> we're going to build a wall. >> reporter: the president-elect backing off tough talk on his significant immigration issue to build a wall. no word on deporting millions of undocumented immigrants or restrictions on immigrants from some muslim countries. >> on immigration, i will direct the department can of labor to investigate all abuses of visa programs that undercut the american worker. >> reporter: also noticeably absent from trump's address was any mention of repealing the affordable care act. it was a staple on the campaign
the election, a move trump said would be top priority. >> believe me, we'll get rid of that. i've been saying it for years. >> reporter: but looking to make good on one promise? >> drain the swamp. >> reporter: the washington outsider saying he wants to impose bans on executive officials looking to become lobbyists after leaving the administration. steps, trump says, will reform washington and rebuild the middle class. mr. trump is still not answering ongoing questions surrounding potential conflicts of interest regarding his businesses and the presidency. tweeting just a few hours ago that prior to the election, it was well known he had interests and properties all over the world. the president-elect writing only the crooked media makes this a big deal. kendis, diane? >> issuing that tweet overnight about the crooked media. >> on twitter. >> i think it will continue throughout the administration, no doubt. thank you. protecting the president-elect in the meantime and his family is reportedly costing new york city a million dollars a day. the new york police department
in keeping trump safe along with his wife, five children and grandchildren. much of the money is being spent on police overtime. the mayor has said that the city will need help with those costs. >> and trump is expected to head to florida today to spend thanksgiving with his family at his sprawling mar-a-lago estate. flying restrictions are expected over a ten-mile no-fly zone. breaking news, a developing story from overnight. the driver arrest in the deadly school bus crash in tennessee. 24-year-old johnthony walker faces vehicular homicide and other charges. investigators say the bus he was driving overturned after slamming into a tree yesterday afternoon in chattanooga. 35 children from woodmore elementary school were authorities say at least five died. two dozen others went to the on board. hospital, and it took over two hours to get all of them off the bus. >> a bus accident with multiple injuries to children is every
worst nightmare. our thoughts and prayers are with their families, their schools, their friends, and our entire community impacted by this tragedy. >> school is expected to be open yet again today. grief counselors will be on hand to help students and staff. an ntsb team is heading to that scene. a warrant has been issued to remove the black box from the bus and review evidence on its video cameras. a texas man is now charged with capital murder in the shooting of a san antonio police detective.. otis mccain actually spoke to reporters as he was led to the courthouse last night saying that he shot the detective because he was mad at society over not being able to see his son. >> i've been through several
at the situation i was in. i lashed out at somebody who didn't deserve it. >> do you have anything to say to his family? >> i'm sorry. >> reporter: the police chief says mccain's arrest meant that san antonio police officers could finally get a good night's sleeping following the death of their colleague. the official start to winter is still a month away, but for millions in the northeast, it's already here. a major winter storm dumped three feet of snow in some areas making travel difficult throughout the region. we get more now from abc's gio benitez. >> reporter: the storm of the season pounded the northeast, treacherous driving, and winds 40 miles per hour whipping snow across the road. north of syracuse, this tractor trailer jackknifing. vehicle after vehicle sliding off the highway, and a terrifying moment on interstate 81. north of bing hammen ton. austin and his family watching that bus on the left there -- >> oh, it's going over. >> reporter: slide off the road and overturn after trying to avoid hitting other vehicles. >> we all rushed over there. it was a bunch of students
we got them out of the emergency exit. >> reporter: 40 high school students on board on a field trip to new york city. luckily, just minor injuries here. >> so we have a lot of accidents until people learn to slow down a little bit because they forget their winter driving skills. >> reporter: tragically, in new hampshire, at least one person lost their life on icy roads. back in new york state, more than two feet of snow in some areas already, falling as fast as 2 inches an hour. the system moved in quickly over in watertown, it looks like this on saturday and like this on sunday. high winds downing power lines, sparking blazes in new jersey and in michigan. the system being blamed for this 40-car pileup in ohio and delaying more than 450 flights at new york's airports. here in portland, this resident shoveling all day long. >> well, we may be a little used to it, but it's still a lot of snow to move. >> reporter: you can just see
coming in. in parts of this region, snow has been falling for two days straight, and guess what? it's not ending any time soon. gio benitez, abc news, portland, new york. it is hard to tell from looking at gio's location there, but the worst is over in the northeast, but another storm is shaping up in the midwest. >> that's right. let's check in now with accuweather's cam tran for the complete forecast. cam, good morning. >> good morning, kendis and diane. we'll see some improving conditions across the northeast blustery winds taper off. there's a storm system developing across the lakes region bringing in wintery precipitation and heavy rainfall in the central plains into texas, and as for wednesday, we are going to see a very breezy and cloudy and wet conditions across the midwest as well as out on the west coast as well. back to you, kendis and diane. >> thanks to cam. we're learning a member of
died. >> willie rogers was the oldest surviving member of the world war ii squadron. his family says he passed away on friday in florida. many relatives, actually, say they weren't aware that he served in the nation's first african-american aviation unit until four years ago. apparently, he never mentioned it. >> wow. >> and willie rogers was 101 years old. since he didn't tell his family about his service in that tuskegee airmen unit, he missed the 2007 white house ceremony where the unit received the the congressional gold medal. >> he can keep secrets. >> he was shot in the leg and stomach during a battle in italy. a hero. coming up, the growing worry about a danger on the nation's highways caused by the police. the number of innocent bystanders killed in high speed police chases and how experts say the police could cut that number by as much as 90%. and later, five ingenious products that can help save you time and effort in the kitchen for your thanksgiving day feast.
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the long lasting scent of gain flings. firefighters in fresno rescued dozens of cats and cogs inside a burning complex. nobody was hurt in the fire, but crews are trying to determine how many animals made it out alive, and no word on why so many animals were crammed into that space. federal investigators reportedly looking into the crash of a facebook drone. take a look at the video. the company released of the drone's first flight, eventually the drone is supposed to help bring internet access to people living in remote locations around the world. well, after that video was shot, the drone, well, then, crashed. no one injured, but now the "wall street journal" reports the ntsb is investigating this. the agency's full report is due within the next two months. >> that's too bad. it really seemed like such a
>> it's a great project. mark zuckerberg has been trying to push this to get the internet to parts of africa. >> they say the drone runs on the power of two blow-dryers. it's a tiny bit of energy. hopefully they get another one off the ground. crashes on the country's highways blamed on law enforcement. >> across america, one person is killed in a police chase every single day. amazing number there. usually, they're an innocent bystander. >> reporter: it happens in less than a blink of an eye. this car chased by police speeding past four young girl, and then a police car behind it hit by another car, careening for the girls and smashing into a van, enough force to send it rolling down the street. slow it down. you see the cruiser comes flying past missing the girls by a whisker. >> i'm still shaken up because i was just -- you see that in the movies, not in real life. >> reporter: it's a nightmare
bystanders hurt or killed. >> he's losing it. >> in los angeles, a review by the "l.a. times" found a record 78 bystanders injured last year during lapd chases. so now, nearly 100 departments across the country are going high tech, firing gps devices like that that stick to a suspect's car, allowing police to back off and track a suspect from a safer distance. and one safety group points out that the vast majority of pursuits involve nonviolent crimes and if officers only pursued the most violent criminals, pursuits could be cut by 90%. clayton sandell, abc news, new york. >> the videos give you chills, but it's hard to make that call as a police officer, right? you don't know why they are running, and you're not supposed to run from the cops. >> in in that case, the cruiser was hit by another vehicle and