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♪ cocaine it's no lie. the mayor of toronto admitted he smoked crack-cocaine. >> despite the jaw-dropping admission he faced cameras head on yesterday and refused to step down. abc's linsey davis has the story. >> reporter: it is the admission heard around the world. >> yes, i have smoked crack-cocaine. >> reporter: for months rob ford, the embattled mayor of tron torque has been dogged by allegations that he had been caught on tape smoking crack. the mayor of canada's biggest city came clean.
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>> am i an addict? no. have i tried it? probably in one of my drunken stupors. >> reporter: hours later he fell on the sword again. >> admitting it was the most difficult and embarrassing thing i have ever had to do. >> reporter: other embarrassing moments caught on tape, like this one of what appears to be a tipsy mayor posted on gawker. but despite calls for him to step down, ford says he has no plans to resign. >> i love being your mayor. >> reporter: and many in toronto love him. his is an ordinary guy image, faults and all. the heavy-set mayor slipping off the scale during a public weigh in. amidst the scandal, out trick-or-treating with his kid. despite the admission, fun-loving ford just might be
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able to hang on to his job. linsey davis, abc news, new york. here's what is upsetting about this case. >> everything. >> if you have a problem, you have a problem. you go get help. if his constituents want to forgive him and he wants to keep his job and that's what they are going to allow him to do, that's fine. but for months, he lied. that's the biggest problem here. >> of course. >> he said that -- it all started with this video that apparently surfaced and there is a video of you smoking crack and what do you have to say, what what are you talking about? this is coming back to may. it wasn't until the cops said no, we have a copy of this video that he finally decided to come clean. >> and that soundbyte is interesting where he says, no i'm not an addict. it is something i did in one of my drunken stupors. one of your drunken stupors. >> so addicted to something. >> sounds like maybe an alcohol problem. this guy must have some personality for him to weather this and not everybody calling for his head on a plate. he must be something. >> we will see if he is able to weather this one. that's for sure. coming up, swimming with the sharks. matt gutman giving us up close personal look with someone who
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is making friends one of the most feared creatures on the earth. we will call him the shark whisperer. ahead in our next half-hour, the 10-year-old girl who's helped nab 1,000 sexual predators around the world. what is her secret? that's coming up on "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations. [female narrator] foods rich in folic acid like white bread and leafy greens can help prevent some birth defects before you even know you're pregnant.
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and hear the rest of that song. >> this man may have thought a shark had pretty teeth but he is in the minority -- >> but definitely in good company. we have the story of one man who not only admires the feared creatures, he swims with them unprotected, even treating them like pets. we are "up all nightline" with abc's matt gutman. >> reporter: it maybe the sum of all human fears. maybe just mine. >> on your left. on your left. >> reporter: coming face to face with jaws, a 14-foot tiger shark, the size of a car. >> wow. >> you instinctively think "jaws," the apex predators that can swallow you whole. those great whites gnashing at shark cages. these must be aggressive, blood-thirsty creatures, right? maybe not. we flew out to the shark mecca of the bahamas to find out for ourselves, motoring out 30 miles on the turquoise atlantic.
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>> tell me when you want it, ready? one, two, three. >> reporter: all for a rendezvous with a shark conservationist. >> good to see you. >> you too. >> reporter: a man that believes shark can be friends, not foes. minutes later that bait, packed in these crates, is tossed over to entice his friends to circle. >> everything looks perfect. >> reporter: abernathy has been diving with shark with 30 years. one of the first to escape the steel cages and interact with the animals directly. interaction that has turned in to affection. abernathy gained international note right, and a host of critics with this kiss with a tiger shark. eventually, he would develop an unusual theory about sharks. that they are docile and can even be trained. abernathy calls them his pets but in particular, there is a 14-foot wild tiger shark he named emma. we suit up.
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abernathy and i wearing special dive masks that able us to communicate under water but wearing nothing thicker than a wet suit as protection. 40 feet down, it's a whirlwind of sharks. our very own sharknado. >> he swims with me in tow. >> turn around. turn around. >> reporter: wow. suddenly, we are surrounded by giant tiger sharks. >> wow. >> they see your camera. >> there if on cue, emma the big one there spots an old friend. >> i don't know if you saw that, but she just came right up to my lap, incredible. >> the others are also curious. >> they keep nibbling at the camera. >> reporter: in one case, gobbling the camera i'm holding. the white camera reminds them of fish so they try to taste.
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>> see how you don't realize there are a bunch of other sharks here now? >> reporter: actually, i have because they keep trying to eat the camera. now it is my turn to show emma some love. i reach out my hand, scratch, as emma glides slowly away, back to abernathy. her favorite human pal. matt gutman, abc news, bahamas. >> that would have to qualify right there maybe as the coolest stand-up close ever. matt gutman, abc news. hats off to him. >> nope. >> would you rather bungee jump or swim with the sharks. >> those are my two options? >> those are the options. not good. >> i would bungee jump. >> i would go with the sharks. >> would you really? >> yeah. the problem -- okay, here's the thing, bungee jumping if i'm well restrained, i know i'll survive. with sharks there's no way of knowing. >> that's true. >> one little thing. you get a nick on your finger down on a reef, they smell blood and you are dead. >> worldwide only five fatalities a year. lightning strikes take more people than sharks.
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so clothes look like new even after 20 washes. ♪ >> all right "mix" time. talk about wedding nights. the infamous wedding night when you are supposed to consummate the marriage. the big wedding night. for centuries it's the big deal, right. >> right. >> listen to this, recent polls suggest that more than half, 50% of couples forego sex on their wedding night. >> what? >> there's a few reasons for this. apparently half of the couples who don't have sex on the wedding night is because the groom is too drunk. you have to love that one. second biggest problem apparently is the bride being too tired. >> weddings are tiring and stressful. >> so check this out. it says also the idea of couples living together, presumably having premarital sex which is the modern way, if you will,
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please don't send me hatemail. but a lot of it is the modern way for better or worse and it doesn't have all of the things it used to have, the importance so to speak. >> the [ speaking french ] -- >> we did that yesterday and tomorrow. >> what's the point of doing it tonight. let's sleep. >> according to a recent study, 23% their wedding day was the most stressful day of their lives. >> and 16% of women. >> i would think that would be. >> i would think pushing out the baby is more than that. >> i think you are right about that. i think you're right about that. how about this -- 29 happens to be the age where women feel most beautiful and i'm not surprised by this at all. this is a survey done by st. ives that found a bunch of things, but they said the reason is that at 29 women are most confident, falling in love, enjoying a stable relationship. but it also found that women feel the most beautiful at friday 10:00 in the morning. >> because you are wearing your
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best outfit, you have your mojo going. >> it's friday. you got a good night's sleep the night before. this survey found all kinds of things. another thing the research found is that women feel their most naturally beautiful on their wedding day. had they're on holiday, by the "daily mail,"" on vacation or pregnant. and i'm not sure about the last one. >> you are not feeling it. >> i'm not feeling it. >> you are looking it. so how's that. >> maybe that is what it is. we hear it but feeling it, it is cumbersome to walk around like this. this is interesting. ancient documents unearthed now. you know stonehenge. how did these massive boulders get there from 15th century laborers. there is archives on earth -- ancient documents saying these massive boulders, 100-ton rocks were put on wooden sleds an dragged over the ice. no more speculation. i don't know what is more impressive they did that or have documents saying that's how they did it. they have been found. it wasn't aliens. >> finally. glad that was put to rest.
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this morning on "world news now," new and old faces in major races. this morning, new and old results in election races. we'll show you who's in and out. a little girl with a big job. her name is sweetie, and she has single-handedly identified thousands of sexual predators throughout the world. how technology and determination created this new way to get dangerous men off line. and exercising while expecting. but how much is too much? crossfit might be king in the gym, but some say elite fitness is too much for moms-to-be. ryan lochte, taking one for the team. how a run-in with a fan literally could keep him from the pool. this is wednesday, november 6th. announcer: this is "world
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news now" with john muller and diana perez. >> not doing any extreme lifting with that baby on the way? >> i see that stuff and want to be those people so, so badly. but there is no way in heck i'm getting out of my bed -- >> i imagine the little baby being judgesled around like on a roller coaster and going, hey, will you? come on. take it easy now. >> yeah. plus, you lose so much energy -- i'm having a hard time going up and down the stairs these days. i mean, you lose so much energy when you're creating another human. to think you're going to do cross fit on top of that, that's just me, though. i'm a different breed of cat. >> i think you're about right. >> yeah. all right. let's get to it. we'll begin with the closely watched elections in virginia and new jersey. >> the results are already being analyzed. there's an eye toward the presidential race in 2016. abc's karen travers has been watching and has more. >> reporter: good morning. two big gubernatorial races yesterday. one in virginia, one in new jersey. very different states with very different electorates.
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but that hasn't stopped us from trying to look for significant meaning, especially about 2016. in new jersey, chris christie cruised to re-election. >> how about this, new jersey -- >> reporter: last year, president obama won the reliably democratic garden state by 17 points. this year, polls showed christie cleaning up in key demographics. big leads among women and independents. it all sets up christie quite nicely for a 2016 presidential run. good luck getting him to talk about it. >> whatever the future brings it brings. what a great night, everybody, huh? >> reporter: in virginia, long-time clinton confidante, terry mcauliffe, pulled out a win over rival ken cuccinelli, who was backed by the tea party. >> the republican party has two versions of its future right in front of it, and two different paths toward success or possible failurement. >> reporter: hundreds of cities across the country elected mayors, including new york where bill deblasio won, becoming the
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first democrat to lead in decades. turnout at elections is often very low. some areas estimated only 10% of eligible voters would show up at the polls yesterday. john and diana? >> all right, karen. thank you. more on some of those ballot measures that karen mentioned. colorado voters approved a 25% tax on newly legal recreational marijuana to fund school construction. here in new york, a plan for seven las vegas-style casinos upstate was approved. in houston, an effort to save the famed astrodome has been defeated. those are interesting measures, by the way. i think it's safe to say that colorado's here to stay. we're not going to give it up. sorry, guys. >> sorry, guys. let's talk about gay couples who will soon be able to really wed in the state of illinois. lawmakers approving a bill which would allow a same-sex marriage, and they sent it to the governor who has pledged to sign it. a former illinois lawmaker praised the decision. president obama tweeted, "michelle and i are overjoyed for all the couples in illinois whose love will be as legal as ours." the white house resuming yesterday for the first time in
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months the first visitors, they were welcomed boy the residents themselves. the president and mrs. obama. a video of the receiving line streamed on the white house without. bo and sonny mingling with people. secretary of state john kerry is hoping to give a boost to middle east peace talks today. he arrived in israel ahead of meetings with israel's prime minister and the palestinian president. first he visited a memorial to yitzhak rabin. so far they've made no progress in talks. an investigation underway in canada after fighting or a frightening ordeal. hundreds of passengers on a plate from morocco. they touch -- flight from morocco. they touched down safely but had to run for their lives when a fire broke out under their plane. >> reporter: an emergency evacuation, slides deploying, passengers leaping to safety. this was no small fire. it was a blaze under the 767 which had just landed. the rubber conveyor belt on a
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baggage loader erupting in fire. >> we're talking about fire beside a plane. >> reporter: with most of the 250 passengers still on board, the pilot of the royal air flight from casablanca had to make a decision. his call -- to order the emergency evacuation. >> people run willinging every -- running everywhere. we don't know what to do. >> reporter: some of the seven injured were hurt from jumping down those slides. the majority suffered smoke inhalation. five were taken to the hospital. as remarkable as the pictures are, the damage to the aircraft is apparently not that significant. still, canadian investigators are being sent to montreal to investigate. flight lines are dangerous places. still, incidents around parked planes are rare. as this shows, they can become serious quickly. abc news, washington. the new jersey mall that was terrorized by a gunman monday night reopens to the public this morning. workers at the garden state
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plaza repaired the damage after a man dressed in black shot off rounds from an assault-type weapon at closing time. the body of 20-year-old richard shouldn shoop was found inside, an apparent suicide. all friends had to say is that he had become paranoid as of a little. now to an apparent suicide in dramatic fashion. a man plunging 500 feet to his death in the middle of a helicopter ride. the pilot said he was giving the man a tour over newport beach, california, when suddenly he opened the chopper door and jumped out. the 60-year-old was pulled from the water but died at the hospital. the last of four inmates who escaped an oklahoma jail by climbing through a trap door above the shower has been captured. the two men who had been considered armed and dangerous were taken into custody not far from the jail. the facility was built just last year. it took only moments for the four visibilities convicts to e. that happened last month. >> finally got them. sunny and clear in the western half of the country. mild santa ana winds, quieting
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down. clear and dry along the atlantic coast, as well, with clouds moving in later on. a big band of rain from south texas across the ohio valley and into the great lakes is coming. balmy 58 degrees in boston. atlanta, 68. 84 in miami. chicago, 55. minneapolis, 39 degrees. dallas, 62. los angeles, 76. there was plenty happening at an elementary school, and it was for a good cause. students cheered as their teachers lined up for a kiss. a pig in a fund-raising effort. >> got to kiss a pig. it will help cover the medical expenses of the gym teacher's 9-month-old son who is battling a rare illness. the pig didn't seem to mind the extra affection. >> it was a girl pig. i thought the girl teachers lining up to kiss the girl pig. what's that about? i don't know how the pig feels about that. >> she's cute. >> all pigs are cute, though, right? >> yeah. kind of, except for when they're muddy and -- >> true. i didn't think about that. all right. coming up, an intense
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workout. it gets great results. but is cross fit a good fit for pregnant women? why experts are saying it's too much. >> looks intense to me. first, a little girl who's pointing out predators. how this virtual creation is highlighting some very real danger. are y you are watching "world news now." ♪ announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by clonan pen life insurance. auto -- colonial pen life insurance. colonial pen life ins.
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♪ she blinded me with science ♪ she blinded me with science ♪ rather than geometry she's a young girl who through the help of science has helped to track down more than 200 suspected child predators here in the u.s. alone. >> she did this in a span of just ten weeks. the secret, the little girl doesn't just use science, she is science. cecilia vega explains. my name is sweetie. i'm ten years old. i have been here for -- >> this little girl from the philippines single-handedly helped identify 1,000 predators around the world. >> every day i have to sit in
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front of the web cam. >> reporter: the predators flocked, sometimes hundreds at a time, but they had no idea what they were seeing was completely fake. >> but what they don't know, i'm not real. i'm a computer model made piece by piece to track down these men who do this. >> reporter: she's a virtual girl, created by a dutch children's rights group, trying to crack this growing form of child exploitation, where men, mostly from wealthy countries, pay to have web cam sex with poor children. this was a high-tech trap as predators gave sweetie their names, investigators tracked down their addresses and photos and handed them over to inter l interpol. but interpol says criminal investigations like this should be done by police. in all of the 1,000 alleged pedophiles this group identified, it says 245 of them are from the u.s. >> nothing is being done about the source of the problem. this phenomenon will only increase even further. >> the fbi estimates more than a
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half million pedophiles are on-line every day. to catch them, federal investigators have set up fake ads on websites. they have even created an app. it is a virtual problem that spans the globe. >> my name is sweetie. >> reporter: now there may be a real solution. cecilia vega, abc news, los angeles. >> so 200 and change potential sexual predators in the u.s. alone. but sweetie has attracted more than 20,000 sexual predators from 71 countries who have been asked for a sexual performances. >> really disturbing numbers. apparently these chats take place around the clock and cover multiple time zones. researchers are able to identify about a thousand adults in 65 countries. 1,000 have identified. and they did it by cross referencing their e-mail and skype addresses with other public information. it is making a dent. >> i'm not saying anything about our viewers here, but this stuff gets on the news and then her face is out there and then people start to recognize her
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and then this is less effective. >> they will come up with a new profile. >> they have to come up with new faces. not only that, every police department in the world should be picking up on this. if it is relatively simple and even if it isn't, and we can protect our kids, it is the thing to do. >> absolutely, positively. call this a fan fail. an olympic athlete suffers a serious injury at the hands of an eager fan. tom cruise on the defensive about his parenting skills. you are watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations. tom cluz on the defensive about his parenting skills. you are watching "world news lead paint poisoning affects one million children today. it's also 100% preventable. if your home was built before 1978,
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♪ skinny ♪ so skinny >> welcome to the "the skinny," everybody. we start with sad news for ryan lochte. the famed olympic swimmer. he is apparently out of the pool for the foreseeable future because he got in to a freak accident with a fan. apparently he was in florida, where he either lives or has been for a while. and a fan who sees him, a teenage girl, goes crazy, runs up to him, throws herself on him, he catches her.
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they both tumble to the ground. he hits his knee on a curb and she is completely unharmed. complete freak accident. now he has a torn mcl and sprained acl. he's got to be out of the pool. his rep is saying he is taking a break from training and competition but they expect him to make a full and speedy recovery. and he is, of course, thanking everyone for the well wishes. there you have it. >> i hate it when the fans run up to me on the street and throw themselves in to my arms. i have almost wiped out a bunch of times. >> it happens to you all of the time. you come in with bruises. >> i know. >> take it easy, ladies, come on. tom cruise coming out swinging. he's been tightlipped about the divorce and tightlipped about his fathering of suri but he is coming out swinging. tmz reporting he filed documents for a $50 million lawsuit against "life and style" and publishers of "in touch" magazines for cover stories claiming he abandoned
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suri after divorcing katie back in 2012. according to the documents, tmz quotes, "i have in no way cut suri out of my life, physically emotionally or financially or otherwise." that's a quote. he said he saw his daughter in person and even when i was working overseas i was not able to see her in person we were in contact and extremely close. the documents are revealing. tom said almost nothing publicly about the divorce from katie and a lot of information there. tom cruise is saying, "i'm a good dad and did not abandon my daughter and wantsa -- daughter." >> you have got nothing to print and make something up and throw it against the wall and hope it sticks. but people, like these stars, who fight back is when you have to start thinking maybe i should print stuff that is actually true. >> this is according to tmz. apparently amanda bynes will be home by christmas. you heard it right. tmz is saying her medication and psychological counseling has sufficiently stabilized her. and her doctors are going to
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allow her to leave the malibu facility where she has been held since september. tmz says her release from the psych ward to this rehab facility happened some time ago because she was, these are tmz's words, was being freaked out by the people at the initial facility, at the psychiatric ward. and they were preventing her from improving. well, now this she's at the therapy -- the therapy rehab center rather, she's kind of going stir crazy. she can't go outside. can't be seen with other people because there's fear the paparazzi will take pictures of her and everybody else. she is stuck inside and going stir crazy. everything is working out for her and she will be released to her mom and be home for the holidays. that's the update. >> let's hope she's doing better. >> it's about time, right? >> i guess. let's hope she's doing better. hope the doctor and families know what they are doing. miley cyrus has pended a
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she is story for her wild ways. that's them in happier times. since time has gone on and anger subsided, apparently miley has started to feel the pain of the split according to the "sun." she apparently thought about writing songs but she's decided not to right them and write a letter to tell liam how it feels. if i was him i would be grateful she didn't write a song. those songs have to be tough, right? she admitted she pushed him away and said she was sorry for acting so mad and said she loves him deeply and asked him to meet up. could be for closure or to start again but wants to talk things through. this is in the "sun." >> she's been linked to a string of guys. once again, this is all just reports. he is linked to a beautiful actress/model. so it seems like he's moved on. interesting to see what the deal is. or it might be one of those, one of those things where he's feeling a little lonely. who knows. >> must be nice to have that problem. coming up, a growing controversy among moms-to-be.
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to kill in one feeding. guaranteed. d-con. get out. ♪ more than ever these days, expectant moms are obsessed with keeping in tipshape during their pregnancy. >> and it has more of them jumping in to high intensity cross fit workouts. >> it is inspirational or irresponsible? iona carson checks it out. two, nice. there you go. >> reporter: jennifer timmins is killing it in cross fit, dead lifts, pullups, kettle ball swings. and yes, that's a baby bump. she's due in december. >> absolutely it pushes your
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body. >> reporter: a lifelong athlete, jennifer has been doing cross fit for 2 1/2 years and can't imagine not doing it during her first pregnancy. she is still lifting up to 65 pounds and makes it look easy. >> this is 45 pounds. >> 45 pounds. >> and you are -- i really can't. >> reporter: the rise in expectant mothers performing these intense workouts has sparked a lot of debate. mom-to-be leanne ellison felt a major burn when she posed for these pictures in national magazine doing overhead squats weeks before giving birth. angry comments and criticism flooded the web. exercise is generally deemed safe and even encouraged during pregnancy but some think that cross fit is over doing it. jennifer admits cross fit is not for everyone. she has scaled back on her intensity.
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she's had an east easy pregnancy, thus far and most importantly, she says, she listens to her body. >> it wasn't good for the baby i wouldn't do it. >> reporter: this houston mom to be is convinced all of these workouts will have an impact on her son. >> i'm breeding an athlete here. >> i don't know. >> what do you think? >> i got nothing. here's the thing. it's not for me. i wouldn't do it. at the same time i'm not going to criticize her for doing it. she looks wonderful. >> in the old days, way back in prehistory, i mean, you were running from predators, trying to eat and hunt and all of that stuff. >> yeah. the american college of ob-gyn recommends exercise during pregnancy and say moms should start -- should not start with any workouts right away. facebook question of the day, do you think intense workouts are safe for women?
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>> good morning. i'm john muller. >> and i'm diana perez. here's some of the top stories we are following on "world news now." >> the results are in for two closely watched races for governor for virginia and new jersey. more on what the elections could mean for the 2016 presidential ticket coming up. the mayor of toronto has come clean, admitting he has smoked crack-cocaine. most likely during one of his "drunken stupors." despite immense pressure he is refusing to step down. urged on by family members which lost loved one in the buffalo plane crash. the faa is requiring more safety training. 50 people died in the accident nearly five years ago. and she is a 10-year-old girl from the philippines who single-handedly helped to identify handedly helped to identify
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child predators in ten weeks and she's not even human. these are some of the top stories on this wednesday, november 6th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now" with john muller and diana perez. >> happy wednesday, everybody. >> hump day. >> hump day. >> halfway through. let's get to it. we will begin with the mall shattered by gun violence and it will open for business today. police have finished their investigation. workers repaired the damage at the new jersey garden state plaza. >> for the first time we are hearing from the gunman's friends and family. here's abc's gio benitez. >> reporter: terror and confusion at one of the nation's biggest malls, moments before closing time. 9:19 p.m., shoppers at the mall making their final buys when they saw a figure out of the movies. >> dressed in all black and walking with a shotgun in his hand.
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>> reporter: investigators say that man was 20-year-old rich shoop, carrying a gun he stole from his brother. he walked out in front of nordstrom department store and started firing in the air. chaos as a thousand shoppers and employees ran for cover. police evacuating hundreds. >> as soon as they came upstairs the mall security guy was screaming to me to get out. >> reporter: by 10:30, 500 s.w.a.t. team members were going door it door looking for that shooter. it took six hours to find his body. shoop shot himself in a secluded part of the massive mall. police descended on the house he shared with his parents. his father, seen here, with his hands up. his brother kevin speaking out. >> my brother intended to harm nobody else but himself. he sadly decided to make an act of -- an act of, i guess, self-indulgence by taking his own life publicly. >> reporter: police say shoop was a drug user, heroin and the club drug molly.
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now we are learning he may have made a cry for help, texting his best friend's girlfriend just three hours before he went to that mall. >> in so many ways, you were perhaps the last person to speak with him. >> yeah. and i just really wish i would have answered him. i just really do because -- i just think that maybe this could have gone differently. >> reporter: she read to us a string of bizarre text messages that she says shoop sent her. >> i'm either going to go away for a long time, die or make a run for it. cops have been watching my house the past four days now. i only have maybe one more day before they come for me. and then the last message i got from him was at 6:00, and it said, "sorry." >> reporter: friends tell me that shoop had been paranoid and quiet for several weeks. the problem is, they say, a lot of the paranoia they just ignored. gio benitez, paramus, new jersey. now to the results of key
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elections around the country. new york, bill de blasio is the first democratic mayor of new jersey in two decades. democrats triumphant in the virginia governor's race. close clinton confidant terry mcauliffe beating ken cuccinelli. in boston, martin walsh defeated city counselor in a hard fought race there to succeed long-time mayor menino. the highest profile race of all in the garden state. new jersey governor chris christie cruised to a crushing victory over his democratic challenger. shoshana walsh reports. >> reporter: chris christie beat his opponent barbara buono. this win sets the stage for his second term. setting up for a potential run in 2016. throughout the campaign he preached a bipartisan message telling abc news this week it is important for the future of the country to bring people together.
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it will be his ability to win over democrats and democratic constituencies like hispanic, african-american, and female voters in this race, that is sure to be his pitch and how he can win if he chooses to run in 2016. >> now, listen, i know if we can do this in trenton, new jersey, maybe the folks in washington, d.c., should tune in their tvs right now and see how it's done. [ applause ] >> reporter: christie's party is here on the boardwalk in asbury park. of course, asbury park is home to bruce springsteen. and who's the boss' biggest fan? chris christie. >> thank you. now to several closely watched ballot measures. in colorado, voters approved a 25% tax on newly recreational legal marijuana to fund school construction and colorado counties form a 51st state appears to have failed. here in new york, voters authorized seven las vegas-style casinos and an effort in houston to save the famed astrodome went down to a defeat.
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>> what would you do with the >> astrodome? >> i don't know. it is sentiment to a lot of people. >> it is considered one of the modern wonders of the world when it was built. >> 8th wonder and i think it is safe colorado should stay put. >> yes. >> you know, it's tough to secede from such a huge nation. >> no doubt about it. i'm glad about that. a teacher wounded in the attack at a los angeles airport now describing this terrifying scene. brian ludmer recovering from a bullet that shattered his leg was headed to a wedding in chicago when the shooting began. as the suspect turned and aimed, he turned to run. that's when he felt the bullet. ludmer dragged himself along the floor and was looking for a place to hide. >> eventually came to one of those stores, like a duty-free shop or something that was just off to the left of the terminal, and behind the counter in the little store there was a door to like a little storeroom.
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the feeling of relief after hearing the voices and peeking out and seeing that it was in fact police was -- i can't even describe. >> at the high school where ludmer teaches, students held a walkout and rally against gun violence. ludmer say he doesn't know why anyone would need an assault rifle like the one the gunman used in the attack. cirque du soleil has removed the wheel of death from one of the shoews in vegas at least fo now. the decision is days after an acrobat slipped and fell during a performance. the performer is expected to be released from the hospital shortly. the accident follows the death of another acrobat at different cirque show four months ago. shocking news in the culinary world. award-winning chef charlie trotter has died at the age of 54. found unresponsive yesterday in his chicago home, trotter never went to culinary school but his name was synonymous with cutting edge cuisine, and he
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trained with dozens of top chefs. he closed his restaurant to pursue a master's degree. in response to his death, one fellow chef said, "today heaven will eat better." >> wow. >> sad. let's look at the weather. snow expected to taper off in sioux falls after four inches of heavy wet stuff fell yesterday. a winter weather advisory in effect for that area. and it's the earliest snowfall in sioux falls for ten years. but residents take it all in stride. what else can you do? >> what else can you do? light snow lingering in northern wisconsin and michigan. rain will drench the center of the country from texas up to the great lakes. showers possible in the pacific great lakes. showers possible in the pacific po it will cloud up a little later today. >> 61 new york. 64 d.c. 79 new orleans. as c salt lake city 54. 79 phoenix. 57 in p
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♪ come on baby and rescue me all right. across the pond, it was a rescue for the record books. a kayaker pinned under a raging waterfall stuck in the rocks his head underwater.
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>> friends raced without a second to lose to save his life. >> reporter: they are professionals in a dangerous sport, shooting the rapids in one of the toughest rivers in england when suddenly -- look closely. that's mark hardingham pinned between two rocks. his head held under water by the current. gushing freezing cold water. fellow kayaker barnaby young. >> to see him getting pushed down that rock channel and next thing he is wedged -- practically wedged between a rock and a hard place. >> reporter: with no time to waste, the kayakers spring in to action, racing to free him, jumping on the rocks, attaching a safety rope to his life jacket harnessing him, allowing him to gasp for air. the action caught on his helmet-mounted camera. >> two minutes of someone's not breathing. luckily mark had a little bit of an air pocket there. >> reporter: finally pulling him to safety and saving him from drowning. >> i've got him.
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>> reporter: as for hardingham having survived the killer rapids, he's lucky to be alive. but his greatest fear, he says, is his wife. >> i hope my wife doesn't find out about it. >> reporter: abc news, london. >> interesting point. apparently, statistics say capsize fatalities are almost as high on the calm water as choppy water. >> he was vertically pinned. so if you look at him, the water was gushing over him and and he was facing out. you saw him give a thumbs up. is like okay, i can breathe for a moment he was okay but leave him there and really bad things could happen. >> great friends and they ditched the kayaks and didn't give a second thought. all about him. >> absolutely. the kind of friends you want to go kayaking with. >> better believe it. time for fall fixups around the house before the snow starts flying. >> when we come back, we see some of the coolest fix up gadgets for the fall. >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations.
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at 15, i was addicted. by 40, i'll have lung disease. at 50, i'll die of a heart attack. dr. regina benjamin: cigarette smoke causes immediate damage that leads to health problems, even death. those who quit or die are being replaced by a new generation of smokers. i'm dr. regina benjamin, united states surgeon general. go to cdc.gov.
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learn how to make our next generation tobacco-free. ♪ i'm fixing a home when the rain gets in and stops my mind from wandering ♪ >> all right. a techno logically enhanced household is often a better household. at least that's the edict from dick bartolo from twit.tv. welcome to the show. as fall cools down, dick is here with enlightening inexpensive gifts for fall. fix up. >> you have to start with a tool kit. i was helping a friend pick up a tool kit at home depot and this
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whole tool kit is under 30 bucks. >> that's amazing. >> back in the day that would have been 230 bucks. >> i know. >> it has comfort grips, clamps to help you hold things. >> tape measure. >> a three-way level for hanging pictures. >> tiny -- great, too, those little screwdrivers to fix your glasses. >> yeah. hdx from home depot. this is neat. this is from brinks. it is called the push/pull turn doorknob. you turn the door but you have something in the hand, push on the doorknob and it opens. >> why did it take so long to invent that? the same thing with the lever, push or pull on it. or push on it. >> terrific. >> they start at under $25. >> not even -- they are totally reasonable. >> exactly. i installed one in a half-hour. >> look really nice, too. really nice. >> cree light bulbs.
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l.e.d. light bulbs. >> these are not incandescent bulbs. these are like -- they are diodes and they last forever. >> they last 25,000 hours. compact flash are efficient but ugly. they are blue. they are not dimmable. >> yes, right. >> l.e.d. -- >> like the curly cue ones. >> exactly. l.e.d. lights came in -- i showed the first l.e.d. light here four years ago. it was $80. >> probably like a nightlight, right? >> but it was a big, heavy thing. now that the 40-watt version is under $10. >> that's great. >> people at home depot said it is the first time they were able to get an l.e.d. under $10. >> this thing will last 100 times longer. >> and it doesn't get hot. >> wow, not at all. >> and the compact fluorescent are not dimmable. so this is dimmable. >> under ten bucks. >> under 10 for the 40 watt. the 60 watt is under 13. >> you would be crazy not to get it.
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>> dave did his entire house over in l.e.d.s. this is a great idea. first alert said, you know, dick, since the smoke detector was invented, no one has redesigned it. it is still that big, white chunky thing. they came out with new technology. it is more efficient. a little guy. >> that is so great. >> they are under -- >> they are under $30 and then these color ones are coming out next month. >> so it matches wood grain. >> yes. >> totally unobtrusive. they are called first alert atom. >> i have to redo my house and paint the spot. >> and need new doorknobs and lighting. okay. snake light from black & decker has been around a long time. >> i have one by the way. >> these are neat. this is l.e.d. lithium ion, charge it once. it will run five hours. if you leave it in the closet it will hold a charge 18 months. so when you go to get it works. >> not dead.
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>> this is under $30 and this is also next month. and a company that makes quirky but useful gadgets. same thing here, you are getting up on a ladder and you try to drag up an electric drill, electric sander, all of these cords. these kofrds. plug this in at the bottom of the ladder and wrap it around the ladder or wherever you are working and now you have three outlets two on the front and one on the back. that's under $20. >> terrific. >> what do you have here? >> what's the last item? >> the box for that. >> you always bring in the greatest stuff. every one of these is great. you could make them stocking stuffers, too. dads will like this stuff. >> find out detailed information on dick's website, or wnnfans.com. you are watching "world news now." >> we're going to go fix your house. >> let's do it. you are buying. >> no. >> we're going to go fix your house. >> let's do it. you are buying. >> no.
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♪ we are quickly approaching the 50th anniversary of one of america's darkest days. >> on november 22nd, 1963, president kennedy was gunned down by lee harvey oswald in dallas, texas but the assassination left behind two widows. >> marie tippett has given us rare access to her late husband's keepsakes. here's jason whitely from our station in dallas. >> been here for years. >> reporter: they are the little items in life. ones often discarded. >> his glove. those are the ones he wore. >> reporter: lee harvey oswald
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wasn't just charged with assassinating president kennedy but also for killing dallas policeman, j.d. tippett. marie's husband. >> i will try to get through this without crying because this is a very emotional thing. this box has been sitting here for years. >> reporter: inside are the only tangible items she still has of his. extra buttons she would sew on to his police uniform. the map book that j.d. tippett used on patrol and even the old citations he wrote for things like loud mufflers. a small box of memories and mementos that she shared with us. a half century after her husband's death. >> i needed to keep them for the children, his grandchildren. >> reporter: then there are the personal items. j.d.'s wristwatch, which wound up, still works. the tattered book he was using to study spanish. then watch what she pulls out next.
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>> you notice i kept all of the little things. >> reporter: show me that. >> toothbrush. >> reporter: why did you keep that? >> he'd brush his teeth with it every day. >> reporter: j.d. tippett's toothbrush, a simple, everyday item, somehow keeps his memory close to her. >> interesting all the little things we leave behind. >> reporter: 50 years after oswald murdered tippett, three children, a broken heart and a small collection of keepsakes are the only reminders of marie's 17 years of marriage. >> wow. never hear about him obviously. like a little time capsule. >> and those three kids have those tangible memories to look back on. that's wonderful, at least for them. >> neat story. that's our news for this half hour. remember to follow us at wnnfans.com. backn. that's wonderful, at least for them. >> neat story. remember to follow us at wnnfans.com.
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toninder tonight, under this government, our first job is to get the job done, and as long as i'm governor that job will always, always be finished. >> this morning on "world news now," election day gains and losses. major offices switching hands as history is made and hopes for the future are embraced. we will have all of yesterday's big results. plus -- >> yes, i have smoked crack cocaine. >> reporter: a big city mayor's big admission after denying his drug use. he is finally coming clean. why he says he did it. swimming with the sharks. the brave man that was determined to make friends with potential killers. it is wednesday, november 6th. >> announcer: from abc news,
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this is "world news now" with john muller and diana perez. happy hump day, everybody. we're going to begin with election night and two major races closely watched around the nation. >> the results are in new jersey and virginia, and that will likely shape the next presidential campaign. abc's jeff zeleny has been watching the results come in and has the latest. >> reporter: good morning, john and diana. two big races starting with new jersey. the re-election of governor chris christie, a landslide re-election by some 20 points. not only did he win big, it's who he won. he won among women voters, latino voters, and 1/3 of all democratic voters. as governor christie took the stage in asbury park he sounded like he was giving an announcement speech for a campaign to come, a presidential campaign. getting ahead ourselves but perhaps not too much. he sounded themes of what is
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wrong with the republican party and offered a roadmap how to bring it back and poked his finger in the eye of washington. >> i know if we can do this in trenton, new jersey, maybe the folks in washington, d.c., should tune in their tvs right now and see how it's done. >> reporter: that re-election, this re-election of governor chris christie the big story of this off-year election cycle. another smaller race in virginia, terry mcauliffe, narrowly elected as the governor of virginia. he's a close friend and confidant of the clintons. a power broker in the democratic party for a long time. narrowly defeats a tea party favorite, ken cuccinelli. the clintons were out in full force during this campaign. this was a sign of their force but perhaps a reality check on their political strength. that big story this morning, governor chris christie re-elected for the second term as the governor of new jersey. his future now, all eyes of the republican party are on it to see what he will do with it. john and diana? >> thank you. now to several ballot measures that gained national interest. in colorado, voters approved a 25% tax on newly legal recreational marijuana to fund school construction.
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an effort by several rural colorado counties to form a 51st state appears to have failed. here in new york, voters authorized seven las vegas-style casinos, and an effort in houston to save the famed astrodome has gone down and is defeated. new jersey's garden state plaza, one of the biggest malls in the nation reopens today. a gunman dressed in black scattered shoppers at closing time monday night. s.w.a.t. teams moved in. six hours later they found the body of richard shoop who had taken his own life. his best friend's girlfriend is one of the last people to hear from him. >> i really wish that i would have answered him. i just really do because -- i really think that maybe this could have gone differently. i'm either going to go away for a long time, die, or make a run for it. cops have been watching my house for the past four days now. i only have maybe one more day before they come for me. and then the last message i got
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from him was yesterday at 6:00 and it said, "sorry." >> police had descended on shoop's house where he lived with his parents. his father seen here with his hands up. they say his son had dabbled in drugs including heroin and the club drug known as molly. >> we heard from his brother who said nobody saw this coming. clearly, a disturbed young man. but nobody in his immediate circle thought he would be capable of doing something like this. >> classic description of quiet, nice guy, kept to himself kind of thing. >> unfortunately a turn for the worst at the end. >> yeah. the search for a missing mississippi family has ended with the discovery of their bodies. police say all three of the victims including a 7-year-old boy had been shot and dumped at an abandoned house. the man that led them to the authorities, 42-year-old timothy lydell burnes, is charged in the case. it is not clear what relationship burns had with those victims. an 86-year-old california woman has died after running the marathon.
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sunday was joy johnson's 25th time in the new york city race. she stumbled at mile 20 and hit her head. medics wanted to take her to the hospital but she insisted on finishing. monday afternoon she laid down on the bed at her hotel and never woke up. her family says it is the way she would have wanted to go. >> sad. an 83-year-old jewelry thief plead not guilty to swiping a $22,000 diamond ring from an upscale shop near palm springs. doris payne escorted into the courtroom yesterday in handcuffs and chains. and the judge set bail at $62,000. payne's history of thefts dates back to 1953. her 60-year crime spree inspired a documentary. former councilman in california pleaded guilty to accepting what is believed to be the biggest bribe ever taken by a public official. marcello coe thought he would be paid $2.3 million for guaranteeing a rezoning vote. turns out the deal was part of a sting operation and he is facing up to 13 years in prison.
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a frightening end to a long flight for passengers at the montreal airport. the cabin filled with smoke as they waited to get off the plane. the captain ordered an emergency evacuation. the truck unloading baggage had burst into flames. seven people suffered from smoke inhalation. from going down the slides. 250 passengers were on the flight from morocco. the faa has ordered pilots to undergo new training to address critical safety issues. the order comes five years after this crash outside of buffalo airport which killed 50 people. the victims families had been waging a relentless campaign ever since to upgrade pilot training. here's jason gruenauer of our buffalo station. >> reporter: dressed in their signature red, families came together in victory over the faa's passage of new training rules. pilots will be required to complete flight simulator training, specifically in regards to airplane stalls and how to recover them. training 3407's pilots didn't
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have. >> the pilots did the opposite. if they would have had the training that is implemented right now, they wouldn't -- you know, everybody would be alive today. >> reporter: this is the major victory for the families group, including putting a limit on flight time for pilots, mandating pilot qualifications, and now specialized training. >> i never could have imagined on day one we could have accomplished what we have. we've had legislation passed by the united states congress that we initiated unanimously by both houses. we have had changes in the faa rules that have been in place 25 years and couldn't change them. it is a real sense of accomplishment and satisfaction. >> reporter: this isn't the end of the road. the families' group says it will continue to push for a pilots records database and safety management systems for all airlines all in the name of avoiding another tragedy like the one that took the lives of their loved ones. all right. everyone knows tiger woods has a killer swing. the world's number-one golfer took it to a new level.
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>> woods warmed up for a tournament in turkey by hitting balls from europe all the way in to asia. the bridge links the two continents so the swings weren't that impressive after all. but still impressive. >> pretty impressive. all right. drivers, though, those who had to wait while the bridge was shut down were less impressed. wait a minute. that's cheating. isn't he driving from the middle of the bridge? >> yeah, he has a stronger swing than that. he can get that into asia from here. >> using a driver there. i'd like to give it a go. >> do you think he could make it all the way over? >> yeah, i think it would bounce on the pavement and roll the rest of the way. sometimes you hit the car path and it goes another 50 yards. >> see, there's so many things that we said that i don't know that i agreed with. i don't know if i would be a teed off driver. i'm watching tiger woods right outside of my window. >> the ones going by in the other lane. >> why are we stuck on that bridge? >> talk about rubbernecking. >> tiger, who has done just about everything, said this was a very cool experience.
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>> no doubt about it. >> it takes a lot for somebody of his caliber to say it is cool. >> because he does so many cool things. >> europe to asia pretty cool. >> pretty cool. coming up, the mayor of toronto changing his story and admits to smoking crack. why his constituents may forgive him. and later on, taking a dip with the killers of the sea. a man who is trying to change the image of sharks from predator to pet. ♪ >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by woolite every day. predator to pet. ♪ >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by woolite every day. edator in to pet. ♪ >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by woolite every day.
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♪ cocaine it's no lie. the mayor of toronto admitted he smoked crack-cocaine. >> despite the jaw-dropping admission he faced cameras head on yesterday and refused to step down. abc's linsey davis has the story. >> reporter: it is the admission heard around the world. >> yes, i have smoked crack-cocaine. >> reporter: for months rob ford, the embattled mayor of toronto, has been dogged by allegations that he had been caught on tape smoking crack. the mayor of canada's biggest city came clean.
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>> am i an addict? no. have i tried it? probably in one of my drunken stupors. >> reporter: hours later he fell on the sword again. >> admitting it was the most difficult and embarrassing thing i have ever had to do. >> reporter: other embarrassing moments caught on tape, like this one of what appears to be a tipsy mayor posted on gawker. but despite calls for him to step down, ford says he has no plans to resign. >> i love being your mayor. >> reporter: and many in toronto love him. his is an ordinary guy image, faults and all. the heavy-set mayor slipping off the scale during a public weigh in.
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amidst the scandal, out trick-or-treating with his kids. despite the admission, fun-loving ford just might be able to hang on to his job. linsey davis, abc news, new york. here's what is upsetting about this case. >> everything. >> if you have a problem, you have a problem. you go get help. if his constituents want to forgive him and he wants to keep his job and that's what they are going to allow him to do, that's fine. but for months, he lied. that's the biggest problem here. >> of course. >> he said that -- it all started with this video that apparently surfaced and there is a video of you smoking crack and what do you have to say, what are you talking about? this is coming back to may. it wasn't until the cops said no, we have a copy of this video that he finally decided to come clean. >> and that sound bite is interesting where he says, no i'm not an addict. it is something i did in one of my drunken stupors. one of your drunken stupors? >> so addicted to something. >> sounds like maybe an alcohol problem. this guy must have some personality for him to weather this and not everybody calling for his head on a plate. he must be something. >> we will see if he is able to weather this one. that's for sure. coming up, swimming with the sharks. matt gutman giving us up close personal look with someone who
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is making friends one of the most feared creatures on the earth. we will call him the shark whisperer. ahead in our next half-hour, the 10-year-old girl who's helped nab 1,000 sexual predators around the world. what is her secret? that's coming up on "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations.
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>> i want too drink a martini and hear the rest of that song. >> this man may have thought a shark had pretty teeth but he is in the minority -- >> but definitely in good company. we have the story of one man who not only admires the feared creatures, he swims with them unprotected, even treating them like pets. we are "up all nightline" with abc's matt gutman. >> reporter: it may be the sum of all human fears -- maybe just mine. >> on your left. on your left. >> reporter: coming face to face with jaws, a 14-foot tiger shark, the size of a car. >> wow. >> you instinctively think "jaws," the apex predators that can swallow you whole. those great whites gnashing at shark cages. these must be aggressive, blood-thirsty creatures, right? maybe not. we flew out to the shark mecca of the bahamas to find out for ourselves, motoring out 30 miles on the turquoise atlantic.
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>> tell me when you want it, ready? one, two, three. >> reporter: all for a rendezvous with a shark conservationist. >> good to see you. >> you too. >> reporter: a man that believes shark can be friends, not foes. minutes later that bait, packed in these crates, is tossed over to entice his friends to circle. >> everything looks perfect. >> reporter: abernathy has been diving with shark with 30 years. one of the first to escape the steel cages and interact with the animals directly. interaction that has turned in to affection. abernathy gained international note right, and a host of critics with this kiss with a tiger shark. eventually, he would develop an unusual theory about sharks. that they are docile and can even be trained. abernathy calls them his pets but in particular, there is a 14-foot wild tiger shark he named emma. we suit up. abernathy and i wearing special dive masks that able us to communicate under water but wearing nothing thicker than a wet suit as protection.
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40 feet down, it's a whirlwind of sharks. our very own sharknado. >> he swims with me in tow. >> turn around. turn around. >> reporter: wow. suddenly, we are surrounded by giant tiger sharks. >> wow. >> they see your camera. >> there if on cue, emma the big one there spots an old friend. >> i don't know if you saw that, but she just came right up to my lap, incredible. >> the others are also curious. they keep nibbling at the camera. in one case, gobbling the camera i'm holding. the white camera reminds them of fish so they try to taste. >> see how you don't realize there are a bunch of other
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sharks here now? >> reporter: actually, i have because they keep trying to eat the camera. now it is my turn to show emma some love. i reach out my hand, scratch, as emma glides slowly away, back to abernathy. her favorite human pal. matt gutman, abc news, bahamas. >> that would have to qualify right there maybe as the coolest stand-up close ever. matt gutman, abc news. hats off to him. >> nope. >> would you rather bungee jump or swim with the sharks. >> those are my two options? >> those are the options. not good. >> i would bungee jump. >> i would go with the sharks. >> would you really? >> yeah. >> the problem -- okay, here's the thing, bungee jumping if i'm well restrained, i know i'll survive. with sharks there's no way of knowing. >> that's true. >> one little thing. you get a nick on your finger down on a reef, they smell blood and you are dead.
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so clothes look like new even after 20 washes. ♪ >> all rigmix" t ♪ >> all right "mix" time. talk about wedding nights. the infamous wedding night when you are supposed to consummate the marriage. the big wedding night. for centuries it's the big deal, right? >> right. >> listen to this, recent polls suggest that more than half, 50% of couples forego sex on their wedding night. >> what? >> there's a few reasons for this. apparently half of the couples who don't have sex on the wedding night is because the groom is too drunk. you have to love that one. second biggest problem apparently is the bride being too tired. >> weddings are tiring and stressful. >> so check this out. it says also the idea of couples living together, presumably having premarital sex which is the modern way, if you will, please don't send me hate mail. but a
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lot of it is the modern way for better or worse and it doesn't have all of the things it used to have, the importance so to speak. >> the -- [ speaking french ] >> we did that yesterday and tomorrow. >> what's the point of doing it tonight. let's sleep. >> according to a recent study, 23% their wedding day was the most stressful day of their lives. >> and 16% of women. >> i would think that would be. >> i would think pushing out the baby is more than that. >> i think you are right about that. i think you're right about that. how about this -- 29 happens to be the age where women feel most beautiful and i'm not surprised by this at all. this is a survey done by st. ives that found a bunch of things, but they said the reason is that at 29 women are most confident, falling in love, enjoying a stable relationship. but it also found that women feel the most beautiful on friday at 10:00 in the morning. >> because you are wearing your best outfit, you have your mojo
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going. >> it's friday. you got a good night's sleep the night before. this survey found all kinds of things. another thing the research found is that women feel their most naturally beautiful on their wedding day. when they're on holiday, by the "daily mail," on vacation or pregnant. and i'm not sure about the last one. >> you are not feeling it. >> i'm not feeling it. >> you are looking it. so how's that. >> thank you. maybe that's what it is -- we hear it but feeling it, it is cumbersome to walk around like this. this is interesting. ancient documents unearthed now. you know stonehenge, how did these massive boulders get there from 15th century laborers? there were archives unearthed, ancient documents saying these massive boulders, 100-ton rocks were put on wooden sleds and dragged over the ice. no more speculation. i don't know what is more imbreakfast, that they did that or is documents saying that's how they did it.
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this morning, new and old results in election races. we'll show you who's in and out. a little girl with a big job. her name is sweetie, and she has single-handedly identified thousands of sexual predators throughout the world. how technology and determination created this new way to get dangerous men off line. and exercising while expecting. but how much is too much? crossfit might be king in the gym, but some say elite fitness is too much for moms-to-be. ryan lochte, taking one for the team. how a run-in with a fan literally could keep him from the pool. this is wednesday, november 6th. announcer: this is "world news now" with john muller and diana perez. >> not doing any extreme lifting with that baby on the way? >> i see that stuff and want to
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be those people so, so badly. but there is no way in heck i'm getting out of my bed -- >> i imagine the little baby being juggled around like on a roller coaster and going, hey, will you? come on. take it easy now. >> yeah. plus, you lose so much energy -- i'm having a hard time going up and down the stairs these days. i mean, you lose so much energy when you're creating another human. to think you're going to do cross fit on top of that, that's just me, though. i'm a different breed of cat. >> i think you're about right. >> yeah. all right. let's get to it. we'll begin with the closely watched elections in virginia and new jersey. >> the results are already being analyzed. there's an eye toward the presidential race in 2016. abc's karen travers has been watching and has more. >> reporter: good morning. two big gubernatorial races yesterday. one in virginia, one in new jersey. very different states with very different electorates.
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but that hasn't stopped us from trying to look for significant meaning, especially about 2016. in new jersey, chris christie cruised to re-election. >> how about this, new jersey -- >> reporter: last year, president obama won the reliably democratic garden state by 17 points. this year, polls showed christie cleaning up in key demographics. big leads among women and independents. it all sets up christie quite nicely for a 2016 presidential run. good luck getting him to talk about it. >> whatever the future brings it brings. what a great night, everybody, huh? >> reporter: in virginia, long-time clinton confidante, terry mcauliffe, pulled out a win over rival ken cuccinelli, who was backed by the tea party. >> the republican party has two versions of its future right in front of it, and two different paths toward success or possible failure. >> reporter: hundreds of cities across the country elected mayors, including new york where bill deblasio won, becoming the first democrat to lead in decades. turnout at elections is often very low. some areas estimated only 10% of
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eligible voters would show up at the polls yesterday. john and diana? >> all right, karen. thank you. more on some of those ballot measures that karen mentioned. colorado voters approved a 25% tax on newly legal recreational marijuana to fund school construction. here in new york, a plan for seven las vegas-style casinos upstate was approved. in houston, an effort to save the famed astrodome has been defeated. those are interesting measures, by the way. i think it's safe to say that colorado's here to stay. we're not going to give it up. sorry, guys. >> sorry, guys. let's talk about gay couples who will soon be able to really wed in the state of illinois. lawmakers approving a bill which would allow a same-sex marriage, and they sent it to the governor who has pledged to sign it. a former illinois lawmaker praised the decision. president obama tweeted, "michelle and i are overjoyed for all the couples in illinois whose love will be as legal as ours." the white house resuming yesterday for the first time in
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months the first visitors, they were welcomed boy the residents themselves, the president and mrs. obama. a video of the receiving line streamed on the white house without. bo and sonny mingling with people. secretary of state john kerry is hoping to give a boost to middle east peace talks today. he arrived in israel ahead of meetings with israel's prime minister and the palestinian president. first he visited a memorial to yitzhak rabin. so far they've made no progress in talks. an investigation underway in canada after fighting or a frightening ordeal. hundreds of passengers on a flight from morocco. they touched down safely but had to run for their lives when a fire broke out under their plane. >> reporter: an emergency evacuation, slides deploying, passengers leaping to safety. this was no small fire. it was a blaze under the 767 which had just landed. the rubber conveyor belt on a baggage loader erupting in fire.
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>> we're talking about fire beside a plane. >> reporter: with most of the 250 passengers still on board, the pilot of the royal air flight from casablanca had to make a decision. his call -- to order the emergency evacuation. >> people running everywhere. we don't know what to do. >> reporter: some of the seven injured were hurt from jumping down those slides. the majority suffered smoke inhalation. five were taken to the hospital. as remarkable as the pictures are, the damage to the aircraft is apparently not that significant. still, canadian investigators are being sent to montreal to investigate. flight lines are dangerous places. still, incidents around parked planes are rare. as this shows, they can become serious quickly. abc news, washington. the new jersey mall that was terrorized by a gunman monday night reopens to the public this morning. workers at the garden state
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plaza repaired the damage after a man dressed in black shot off rounds from an assault-type weapon at closing time. the body of 20-year-old richard shoop was found inside, an apparent suicide. all friends had to say is that he had become paranoid as of a little. now to an apparent suicide in dramatic fashion. a man plunging 500 feet to his death in the middle of a helicopter ride. the pilot said he was giving the man a tour over newport beach, california, when suddenly he opened the chopper door and jumped out. the 60-year-old was pulled from the water but died at the hospital. the last of four inmates who escaped an oklahoma jail by climbing through a trap door above the shower has been captured. the two men who had been considered armed and dangerous were taken into custody not far from the jail. the facility was built just last year. it took only moments for the four convicts to escape. that happened last month. >> finally got them. sunny and clear in the western half of the country. mild santa ana winds, quieting
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down. clear and dry along the atlantic coast, as well, with clouds moving in later on. a big band of rain from south texas across the ohio valley and into the great lakes is coming. balmy 58 degrees in boston. atlanta, 68. 84 in miami. chicago, 55. minneapolis, 39 degrees. dallas, 62. los angeles, 76. there was plenty happening at an elementary school, and it was for a good cause. students cheered as their teachers lined up for a kiss. a pig in a fund-raising effort. >> got to kiss a pig. it will help cover the medical expenses of the gym teacher's 9-month-old son who is battling a rare illness. the pig didn't seem to mind the extra affection. >> it was a girl pig. i thought the girl teachers lining up to kiss the girl pig. what's that about? i don't know how the pig feels about that. >> she's cute. >> all pigs are cute, though, right? >> yeah. kind of, except for when they're muddy and -- >> true. i didn't think about that.
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all right. coming up, an intense workout. it gets great results. but is cross fit a good fit for pregnant women? why experts are saying it's too much. >> looks intense to me. first, a little girl who's pointing out predators. how this virtual creation is highlighting some very real danger. you are watching "world news now." ♪ announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by colonial penn life insurance. announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by clonan pen life insurance. auto -- colonial pen life insurance. colonial pen life ins.
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♪ she blinded me with science ♪ she blinded me with science ♪ rather than geometry she's a young girl who through the help of science has helped to track down more than 200 suspected child predators here in the u.s. alone. >> she did this in a span of just ten weeks. the secret, the little girl doesn't just use science, she is science. cecilia vega explains. my name is sweetie. i'm ten years old. i have been here for -- >> this little girl from the philippines single-handedly helped identify 1,000 predators around the world. >> every day i have to sit in front of the web cam. >> reporter: the predators
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flocked, sometimes hundreds at a time, but they had no idea what they were seeing was completely fake. >> but what they don't know, i'm not real. i'm a computer model made piece by piece to track down these men who do this. >> reporter: she's a virtual girl, created by a dutch children's rights group, trying to crack this growing form of child exploitation, where men, mostly from wealthy countries, pay to have web cam sex with poor children. this was a high-tech trap as predators gave sweetie their names, investigators tracked down their addresses and photos and handed them over to interpol. but interpol says criminal investigations like this should be done by police. in all of the 1,000 alleged pedophiles this group identified, it says 245 of them are from the u.s.
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>> nothing is being done about the source of the problem. this phenomenon will only increase even further. >> the fbi estimates more than a half million pedophiles are on-line every day. to catch them, federal investigators have set up fake ads on websites. they have even created an app. it is a virtual problem that spans the globe. >> my name is sweetie. >> reporter: now there may be a real solution. cecilia vega, abc news, los angeles. >> so 200 and change potential sexual predators in the u.s. alone. but sweetie has attracted more than 20,000 sexual predators from 71 countries who have been asked for a sexual performances. >> really disturbing numbers. apparently these chats take place around the clock and cover multiple time zones. researchers are able to identify about a thousand adults in 65 countries. 1,000 have identified. and they did it by cross referencing their e-mail and skype addresses with other public information. it is making a dent. >> i'm not saying anything about our viewers here, but this stuff gets on the news and then her face is out there and then people start to recognize her and then this is less effective.
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>> they will come up with a new profile. >> they have to come up with new faces. not only that, every police department in the world should be picking up on this. if it is relatively simple and even if it isn't, and we can protect our kids, it is the thing to do. >> absolutely, positively. call this a fan fail. an olympic athlete suffers a serious injury at the hands of an eager fan. tom cruise on the defensive about his parenting skills. you are watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations. tom cluz on the defensive about his parenting skills. you are watching "world news now."
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♪ skinny ♪ skinny ♪ so skinny welcome to "the skinny," everybody. we start with sad news for ryan lochte. the famed olympic swimmer. he is apparently out of the pool for the foreseeable future because he got in to a freak accident with a fan. apparently he was in florida, where he either lives or has been for a while. and a fan who sees him, a teenage girl, goes crazy, runs up to him, throws herself on
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him, he catches her. they both tumble to the ground. he hits his knee on a curb and she is completely unharmed. complete freak accident. now he has a torn mcl and sprained acl. he's got to be out of the pool. his rep is saying he is taking a break from training and competition but they expect him to make a full and speedy recovery. and he is, of course, thanking everyone for the well wishes. there you have it. >> i hate it when the fans run up to me on the street and throw themselves in to my arms. i have almost wiped out a bunch of times. >> it happens to you all of the time. you come in with bruises. >> i know. >> take it easy, ladies, come on. tom cruise coming out swinging. he's been tightlipped about the divorce and tightlipped about his fathering of suri but he is coming out swinging. tmz reporting he filed documents for a $50 million lawsuit against "life and style" and publishers of "in touch" magazines for cover stories claiming he abandoned suri after divorcing katie back in 2012. according to the documents, tmz quotes, "i have in no way cut suri
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out of my life, physically emotionally or financially or otherwise." that's a quote. he said he saw his daughter in person and even when i was working overseas i was not able to see her in person we were in contact and extremely close. the documents are revealing. tom said almost nothing publicly about the divorce from katie and a lot of information there. tom cruise is saying, "i'm a good dad and did not abandon my daughter." >> you have got nothing to print and make something up and throw it against the wall and hope it sticks. but people, like these stars, who fight back is when you have to start thinking maybe i should print stuff that is actually true. >> this is according to tmz. apparently amanda bynes will be home by christmas. you heard it right. tmz is saying her medication and psychological counseling has sufficiently stabilized her. and her doctors are going to allow her to leave the malibu facility where she has been held since september.
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tmz says her release from the psych ward to this rehab facility happened some time ago because she was, these are tmz's words, was being freaked out by the people at the initial facility, at the psychiatric ward. and they were preventing her from improving. well, now this she's at the therapy -- the therapy rehab center rather, she's kind of going stir crazy. she can't go outside. can't be seen with other people because there's fear the paparazzi will take pictures of her and everybody else. she is stuck inside and going stir crazy. everything is working out for her and she will be released to her mom and be home for the holidays. that's the update. >> let's hope she's doing better. >> it's about time, right? >> i guess. let's hope she's doing better. hope the doctor and families know what they are doing. miley cyrus has pended a letter openly to liam hemsworth, former fiance, saying she is sorry for her wild ways.
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that's them in happier times. since time has gone on and anger subsided, apparently miley has started to feel the pain of the split according to the "sun." she apparently thought about writing songs but she's decided ton write them and decided to write a letter to tell liam how it feels. if i was him i would be grateful she didn't write a song. those songs have to be tough, right? she admitted she pushed him away and said she was sorry for acting so mad and said she loves him deeply and asked him to meet up. could be for closure or to start again but wants to talk things through. this is in the "sun." >> she's been linked to a string of guys. once again, this is all just reports. he is linked to a beautiful actress/model. so it seems like he's moved on. interesting to see what the deal is. or it might be one of those, one of those things where he's feeling a little lonely. who knows. >> must be nice to have that problem. coming up, a growing controversy among moms-to-be. is it the obsession to
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to kill in one feeding. guaranteed. d-con. get out. ♪ more than ever these days, expectant moms are obsessed with keeping in tiptop shape during their pregnancy. >> and it has more of them jumping in to high intensity cross fit workouts. >> it is inspirational or irresponsible? iona carson checks it out. two, nice. there you go. >> reporter: jennifer timmins is killing it in cross fit, dead lifts, pullups, kettle ball swings. and yes, that's a baby bump. she's due in december. >> absolutely it pushes your
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body. >> reporter: a lifelong athlete, jennifer has been doing cross fit for 2 1/2 years and can't imagine not doing it during her first pregnancy. she is still lifting up to 65 pounds and makes it look easy. >> this is 45 pounds. >> 45 pounds. >> and you are -- i really can't. >> reporter: the rise in expectant mothers performing these intense workouts has sparked a lot of debate. mom-to-be leanne ellison felt a major burn when she posed for these pictures in national magazine doing overhead squats weeks before giving birth. angry comments and criticism flooded the web. exercise is generally deemed safe and even encouraged during pregnancy but some think that cross fit is over doing it. jennifer admits cross fit is not for everyone. she has scaled back on her intensity. she's had an east easy pregnancy, thus far and most importantly, she says, she listens to her body.
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>> it wasn't good for the baby i wouldn't do it. >> reporter: this houston mom to be is convinced all of these workouts will have an impact on her son. >> i'm breeding an athlete here. >> i don't know. >> what do you think? >> i got nothing. here's the thing. it's not for me. i wouldn't do it. at the same time i'm not going to criticize her for doing it. she looks wonderful. >> in the old days, way back in prehistory, i mean, you were running from predators, trying to eat and hunt and all of that stuff. >> yeah. the american college of ob-gyn recommends exercise during pregnancy and say moms should start -- should not start with any workouts right away. facebook question of the day, do you think intense workouts are safe for women? wnnfans.com. let us know. facebook question of the day, do you think intense workouts are safe for women?
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making news in america this morning -- a big victory. chris christie wins in new jersey. but delivers a message to the nation. >> the folks in washington, d.c. should tune in their tvs right now and see how it's done. >> so, where do his national aspirations now stand? plus, voting from across the country, from virginia to maine, colorado and texas. we have all the results from overnight. then, a shocking admission from a big-city mayor. saying he did smoke crack-cocaine. so, why does he still have a job? from tragedy to triumph. the families of those killed in a commuter plane accident get some action. it changes the way pilots are trained. and burger wars, heating up again, thanks to the new addition to the menu at burger king. it sure looks a lot like its rival.

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