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a scary moment at an indiana a scary moment at an indiana a girl was left on a chair left dangling about 25 feet in the air. her mother was screaming for help as rescuers gathered below. she fell to the ground and she is okay. >> good to know. and here is another frightening scene this time in california. that is a 5-year-old girl dangling from a lift, her instructor was holding the child by her hoodie. that caused the girl to pass out because her airway was cut off. she did eventually drop on to a tarp and suffered some bruises, but she is also expected to be okay. very scary moment there. so three employees of a daycare center near chicago have
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been arrested after allegedly giving two and three-year-old kids melatonin before nap time. >> police say the three admitted to giving the children gummy bears laced with the sleeping hormone but without the parents knowledge or consent. they are charged. and police arrested a man after he posted a video on facebook with an oscar, the only problem, it wasn't his oscar. >> he allegedly took francis mcdoormanddormand's oscar. >> reporter: it was the moment of the night. >> frances mcdormand. >> reporter: setting the oscar down and asking women to stand up. >> if i may be so honored to have all the female nominees in every category stand with me in this room tonight. >> reporter: but if only there was an oscar for most outrageous
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performance. >> got this tonight. this is mine. >> reporter: that is terry bryant who police confirm shot this video and posted to his facebook page. >> governor's ball, baby. >> reporter: only thing is, police say that is not his os r oscar. shortly after the show, she got it engraved. but even with her name everyoned in gold, police say that doesn't top bryant from swooping in when mcdormand left the statue out of her sight. bryant showing off to unsuspecting path his photographer couldn't believe it either. police say he followed bryant and grabbed the oscarparty goer. his photographer couldn't believe it either. police say he followed bryant and grabbed the oscarparty goer. his photographer couldn't believe it either. police say he followed bryant and grabbed the oscarparty goer. his photographer couldn't believe it either. police say he followed bryant and grabbed the oscarparty goer. his photographer couldn't
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believe it either. police say he followed bryant and grabbed the oscararty goers. his photographer couldn't believe it either. police say he followed bryant and grabbed the oscar. he was eventually arrested and mcdormand eventually reunited with her little guy. bryant had a legitimate ticket to the governor's ball. we've reached out to the academy to ask how he got that ticket and to ask whether or not they are changing their security protocols. so far no answer. matt gutman, abc news, hollywood, california. >> so strange. >> didn't think you could get in a access just by -- >> yeah, buying your ticket into the governor's ball. >> maybe we can go after all. they will have our pictures up. >> at the door. security. no way. when we come back, the drama filled bachelor finale and so is the bachelor apologist. >> the skinny is coming up next.
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♪ skinny ♪ skinny, the skinny, the skinny ♪ some wild stuff topping off the skinny and bachelor. >> oh, yes. let's get straight into it with our bachelor analyst jack. >> i thought we were going to need another visit from tim
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laird in the wor"world news now lounge watching this. we got to do what we got to do. so off to peru. >> off to peru. >> roll that beautiful bachelor footage. arie and lauren in peru with his family. they were meeting them. said they love each other. for whatever reason, things were going well, becca also met arie's family. everybody loved each other. so arie's parents said that they were both on team becca. so we'll see how it goes. next -- here is becca coming on stage after lauren b. has been dispatched with extreme prejudice as they said in apocalypse now. becca k. there to have her dream come true. and that sets up our sound bite of the day. >> my love for you is
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unmeasurable. becca, will you marry me? >> of course. oh, my god. >> yay! they live happily ever after. >> okay, that is pretty of the deal. >> tv wedding. >> tv wedding. did you see that? a little foreshadowing there. the rose broke. okay. so here is what happened. they came back from peru, life goes on as usual. no big deal. arie gets in his own head as the saying goes, he can't stop thinking about lauren b. next -- >> isn't that every guy? >> this is the start of a happy couple weekend. it ain't going to be happy for long. arie is struggling.
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he said he felt sick to his own stomach. we can understand why. and that gets us to the sound bite of the century. >> oh, the accecentury. >> the more i hung out with you, the more i felt like i was losing the possibility of maybe reconciling things with lauren. >> so what? do you want to be stuck with her? >> i want to see if there is that possibility. >> are you [ bleep ] kidding me? >> yeah. that is what happens when you tell two women on national television that you love them. all that was followed by a lot of walking around in the house with the unhappy couple now. the weekend was going to go down. she wound up telling him to leave about five or six times. finally he got the idea and left. >> amen.
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>> she called it brutal. she have called the whole extravaganza brutal. that unfortunately brings us to tonight, the live after the final rose, the combatants will be arie, becca k., lauren b., and chris harrison. >> so are they together now? >> we'll see tonight. that is why you got to watch. >> it's a cliffhanger. >> a ton of tissues, all the nonsense we can possibly handle. i might wear a helmet. on tha note, analyst out. >> exhausting. >> jack, thank you. all right. on to light are news. dwayne rock johnson took home a big award over the weekend. the razzies go to the year's worst films. a little different from the oscars. >> so "baywatch" beat out emoji, 50 shades darker, transformers and the mummy to become the worst movie of the century. >> that's right. and listen, if you are going to
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be the worst, you might as we would be the worst of the worst. so kind like you are the best. >> so you are number one at being bad. kine of like you're the best. >> ifb one at being bad. n one a. the best. >> number one at being bad.
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try cool mint zantac. no pill relieves heartburn faster. i also want to send best wishes to barbra streisand. she is fine, but she had her dog cloned and now she has two dogs that are identical to the original dog which is very difficult and expensive process. it is difficult because first they have to find a dog that looks just like your dog and th cloned your dog. comedy. comedy there. >> ask innie b- skin skinny bon. that was jimmy kimmel talking about her cloned dogs.skin skin. that was jimmy kimmel talking about her cloned dogs. this is a photo of her white puffy dogs in a stroller
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visiting the grave of streisand's late pet sammy. >> her dog died last year and babsed a h ed ed a had her sclc. and there was small clone war after the new york times cropped a photo sha she sent that she sent them. >> she writes the point is my little girls were looking at their mother pictured on her tombstone. it is an amazing photo. okay. >> okay. thanks, babs. >> okay. moving on, mcculley culkin was home alone tweeting during the oscars. the actor live tweeted through the whole awards show. >> makes sense. >> but here is the thing, he wasn't actually watching the show. >> yeah, instead he showed us some of the things he was doing
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to fill the three plus hours that did not include watching the show including making ramen, and in one of the pictures he is painting his toenails. i do love that he still got dressed up for the occasion. >> and he also made some interesting observations interest including his thought on the best score win going to cocoa. he said the breast original score of yeert wyear was new en philadelphia 41. if you are new england, too soon. >> and allison janney is not taking anytime to rest after her big win on sunday night. she took home the academy award for best supportingbviously cel next morning she was at her 11:00 a.m. table read for her sitcom mom. >> there she is entering to applause. a writer assistant make her a special t-shirt that read i survived award season and all i got is this lousy t-shirt. >> of course that is not true. she brought the
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good tuesday morning. >> here are some of the top headlines we're following this morning on "world news now." a storm that will become the second nor'easter in less than a week is now bringing heavy snow to the upper midwest. highways are closed and flights are canceled. the storm is heading for the northeast and communities still recover fwing from the first st. a former trump aide has vowed to defy a subpoena to appear before a grand jury. sam nunberg appeared willing to go to jail instead, but by the end of the evening, he said he may cooperate after all. and texas held their first primary elections of the year today. ted cruz are among the names on the ballot and today's voting will also determine candidates for the six congressional seats that are open because of republican retirements.
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and a judge mahas denied a request to throw out the claims against bill cosby. he will be heading back to court. it is tuesday, march 6. >> narrator: from abc news, this is world nows new oig. we'll start off with a look at the severe weather in the northern states. >> cape cod is cleaning up after one of the most destructures difference storms in recent hizer to and residents are bratsing for a second nor'easter. >> the storm system is pounding the upper midwest with snow and heavy winds. it all but stopped travel in the dakotas and is expected to reach the northeast late tonight and tomorrow. maggie rulli has more. >> reporter: a new powerful storm barrels across the country, crews up and down the east coast are racing to clear the roads. >> horrible, it looks like a warzone. >> reporter: struggling to clean up downed trees and power lines all along the east coast. >> wind was really scary.
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so it was a bad one. >> reporter: desperate to restore power to the hundreds of thousands still left in the dark after friday's nor'easter. >> we expect to be out until tomorrow evening. >> reporter: residents in the northeast are now getting ready for round two, a massive storm that is heading east and taking aim at the exact same spots hit hardest just days ago. it is already dumped more than half a foot of snow in parts of the midwest. and it is packing wind gusts up to 60 miles an hour. by wednesday morning, we can expect to turnlg into a classic full blown nor'easter. winter storm advisories are already in affect feffect for t majority of the east coast. making goi maggie rulli, abc news. >> so paul williams has the detailed forecast on the storm. >> paul, good morning. >> good morning. we have this low pressure system that will create big time problems with blizzard conditions.
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the system will begin to track over toward the east for tuesday, dragging a mix towards the northeast. and then the game changer, wednesday into thursday. plans altered, travel disruption, minor coastal flooding, this will continue to create gusty winds. how about 40 to 50-mile-per-hour winds and on long island perhaps 50 to 60. >> paul, thank you. and president trump is facing growing opposition from his own party over his plan to slap tariffs on steel and aluminum. house speaker paul ryan is among those sounding an alarm about a possible trade war. but as jonathan karl reports, the president says he is not budging. >> reporter: tariffs announced by the president broiled the financial market and outraged republican leaders. but the president told us he is not backing down. >> paul ryan says he is worried about a trade war. are you going to back down? >> no, we're not backing down. people have to understand, our country on trade has been ripped
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off by virtually every country in the world. whether it is friend or enemy. everybody. >> reporter: but a new analysis out by the nonpartisan trade partnership projects the trump tariffs on steel and aluminum would result in a net loss ever 146,000 american jobs in a single year. speaker of the house paul ryan is practically begging the practiced to reconsider. saying, quote, we are extremely worried about the consequences of a trade war. but the president has declared trade wars are good and easy to win. >> no trade war? >> i don't think so. i don't think you will have a trade war. >> reporter: in a bid to diffuse tension, speaker ryan met with a group of european ambassadors, but the european union is already vowing retaliation, threatening to impose tariffs of its own on iconic american products. bourbon from senate leader mitch mcconnell's home state of kentucky, harley david son made in wisconsin, and jeans from
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levi strauss which just happens to be headquartered in nancy pelosi's san francisco district. although the president announced last week his intention to impose the tariffs, we still haven't seen all of the details. we know that he is talking about 25% on imported steel, 10% on m imported looaluminum, but the details are still to be worked out and some republicans are hoping that he will change his mind. jonathan karl, abc news, the white house. turning to overseas and north korea's government says there have been what they are calling open hearted talks with the delegation from south korea. those talks were the first time south korean officials have met with north korea's leader there, kimg jo kim jong-un in person since he took office. they held a second round of discussions earlier today. some believe north korea is trying to create closer ties with the south in an attempt to
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weaken sanctions over its nuclear program. and a former russian spy who lives in england is in critical condition after reportedly being exposed to an unknown substance. he was found unconscious at a mall west of london. he was convicted in russia of spying for britain, but then released eight years ago as part of a spy swap. the case of course is drawing parallels with the poisoning of another former russian agent who died after drinking tea laced with poison. the courts have delayed the end of a daca program that allows undocumented immigrants brought here as children to remain in the u.s. at least for now. but that didn't stop protesters from hitting the streets across the country. lana zak has more. >> reporter: good morning. some protesters here in washington even stopped traffic laying down in front of cars, 87 people arrested. d.r.e.a.m.ers gathered with a un foid message to congress, it is time to fix daca. >> republicans gave themselves
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to march 5. today is march 5 and we have no daca fix. >> reporter: across the country -- protesters gathered to keep the pressure on lawmakers to come up with a permanent status solution for the young men and women raised in the united states without legal status. >> the deadline is now, we need a permanent solution. >> reporter: but xhonk congress a stalemate and the battle is in the courts. two separate decisions stopped president trump's plans to end daca making the deadline now just symbolic. over the weekend, the state of the d.r.e.a.m.ers was discussed at the oscars. >> cream dreams are the foundat america. >> to all the drooechl owrooem there, we stand with you. >> they claim too-to-want to fix daca. the president laid out an exact way to do that. they failed to address it, but we are still hopeful that congress will actually do their jobs, show up and get something
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done. >> reporter: the leading democrat thinks the president could move things forward if he really wants to. >> the president rejected six different bipartisan approaches. that was two weeks ago. thousand the only way it moves forward is if the republican leaders get a signal from the president of something that he will accept. >> reporter: for now current d.r.e.a.m.ers can apply to renew their daca status. the case will likely be decided in the supreme court if congress fails to act. >> so it will be quite some time there. thank you. a federal judge in the meantime has ruled that the convicted fraudster martin shkreli must more fit nearly $7.5 million as part of his criminal sentence. shkreli gained fame for jack up the price of medication. he has been behind bars since breaking terms of his bail by offering $5,000 online for a hair sample from hillary clinton. a new report is casting doubt on the purported safety of ecigarettes particularly for
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teenagers. researchers at uc san francisco examined nearly 100 teens and found evidence of toxic chemicals associated with cancer in the urine and saliva of both smokers and vapors. but that is not all. apparently the flavor of the ecigarette cartridge makes a difference. fruity flavors contained even higher levels of the toxin used in making plastics and fume gants. >> so a founder of microsoft has discovered the wreckage of a world war ii aircraft carrier. >> paul allen has released video of the uss lexington. the carrier and some of its planes were discovered two miles down in the coral sea. >> so the lexington helped secure the first strategic win for the u.s. in the pacific. the nearly 900-foot long lady lex as it is called sank in battle in 1942. >> apparently they sank it on purpose, the u.s. did that in order to prevent the ship from being captured. a little trivia for you.
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coming up -- >> where is amelia earhart? >> yeah. still working on that one. coming up, the secondhand phone that can save you hundreds, smartphones also smart for your wallet. and he is the insta famous doctor raising people's temperatures on the internet. but first, how are those hot temperatures across the country? s across the country?
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250 walmart stores with plans to expand to 2,000 locations this year. >> if they can only get somebody to bring those kits into your home and then put it all together, boom, then we're on to something. >> that is what restaurants are for. >> there is that. takeout. workers at united airlines have reportedly revolted over a scheme to replace their monthly performance bonuses with a lottery. the company was planning to replace the $125 a month bonus with jackpots. prizes would have included $100,000 in cash and a mercedes. but unite now says it is pressing the pause button on that plan. and now to a new cellphone trend. more and more people are trying to score a good deal by shopping for second hand phones. >> and here is rebecca jarvis with more on how you can save. ♪ >> reporter: with the price of the latest smartphones pushing $1,000, more consumers than ever
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are now turning to the secondhand market. shantee tells us she is on dlgt li online for her mom. >> she doesn't need the bells and whistles. i'm looking to save a good $200. >> reporter: many carriers and sites selling refurbished phones like this galaxy 7 edge we found for more $600 off the msrp. and this iphone 7 with 128 gigabytes of storage as low as $391. the other wether big aspect is storage capacity. you get a lot more bang for your buck with the storage if you go with the used phone option. >> reporter: and if you are planning to upgrade, you can also cash in using sites like flipsy, find out what your phone is worth. potentially as much as $400 and where to sell it. rebecca jarvis, abc news, new york. >> i love that idea. >> is that like the -- >> this is the 6 s.
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>> the original? >> i refuse to let go of it because it is the last one with a head phone jack. i want my head phone jack. >> there have been like five generations since then. >> but it didn't work very well anymore. >> on one of those websites you can get 20 bucks for that. >> not going to buy me a x, is it? >> shipping and handling will cost you 20 bucks. but you are holding on to it. nice. coming up, the world's sexiest doctor. >> dr. mike. he is husky -- it says in the prompter. and he is taking instragram -- >> i think he actually has a husky. >> oh, and he has a husky. that is what it is. he is taking the e.r. by storm forcing many people to make a visit to the e.r. just for the henk heck of it.
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♪ doctor doctor give me the news ♪ doctor, doctor, give me the new, i have a bad case of loving
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you ♪ bad case of loving you.s, i loving you ♪ bad case of loving you. >> streets a bit is a bad case. >> "people" has named this man the world's sexiest doctor and now he is using his social media platform to turn his healthy lifestyle into a brand. >> last week we introduced you to the sexiest math teacher and we continue the hard hitting series with linsey davis. >> reporter: he has been dubbed the sexiest why doctoral live. dr. mike has posted his way to social media stardom with 2.6 million instragram followers al. dr. mike has posted his way to social media stardom with 2.6 million instragram followersliv. dr. mike has posted his way to social media stardom with 2.6 million instragram followeive. dr. mike has posted his way to social media stardom with 2.6 million instragram followers and counting. >> what's up, guys? >> reporter: medical news you can use. >> sorry to tell you this, it didn't do anything. >> reporter: from the man who many say is easy on the eyes, and mass fans wishing they were due for a checkup. how did you get into becoming
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this instragram sensation? >> honest i will,ly, i got very. i had a viral moment. >> reporter: that moment was after instragram published this article back in 2015. >> they have called it hot doctor and his husky. and in that week, i probably gained a million followers. >> reporter: he has brought his medical expertise to television. >> actually in hour shift is more favorable to residents themselves. >> do you think the fact that you you are this social media celebrity gives you a little more street cred? >> the biggest impact i've seen is not only are more people coming in for preventive visits just to have a conversation about their health, but also people are relating to me a lot better in a sense. >> did you have any idea that he was this social media celebrity? >> not at all. >> what do you like best about dr. mike? >> he is compassionate, he is knowledgeable, he has a very personal way of kenkting. easy on the eyes is just a bonus. >> reporter: but it takes more
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than his good looks to make videos go viral. >> you have to do something extra, you have to optimize it on the search algorithm works. what they are more likely to click. >> reporter: roxy is his famous husky who has her own instragram page and 44,000 followers. >> you made the dog an internet sensation. >> roxy is a star on her own. she is beautiful, number one. she is incredibly well trained. i spent a lot of time training her. she gives a fist buncmp, hugs. when i do events, she will pose for pictures. she is a star in her own right. i'm a doctor, anything i can help you with? using social media, using all these things, i'm able to improve your influence has a doctor. in a good way where i can help my patients live a better life, reduce their cancer risk, have better exercise, diet, all of these things that make a huge difference. >> reporter: linsey davis in sum
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available at walmart and walmart.com all right. time for this happened. and we are going to start with the eiffel tower getting blown away. it happened. >> oh, boy. >> yeah. this is in china. at a mall. it is a replica. >> the eiffel tower is not in china. >> sorry, it is a 355-foot replica of the eiffel tower. >> that is very tricky. >> at a mall there. >> we thought you were talking about a different eiffel tower. >> no, not that one. let's move on. record-breaking student snapping his finger. >> check it out. >> listen to him.
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>> he is holder of the guinness world record for the most finger snaps completed in one minute. this is him demonstrating his skill set to a classic mozart composition. >> didnoesn't sound that fast. >> it is pretty fast. >> okay. all right. bravo to him. >> am i doing >> now we have no feeling in you're fingers. another piece of impressive feat by a 1-year-old boy. as gloria estefan says, the rhythm will get you. and it did get this 1-year-old boy in new orleans. when the jazz band came around, he just got into it. >> how cute is he. >> stephanie posted this video of her son boone, boone playing with the slide whistle with the group of musicians in jackson square. not bad. look at that hip action. >> look at his dance moves.
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>> true story, this is like the prequel to la-la land. he turns in to ryan gosling. >> i like it already. and finally, it used to be the best thing you could possibly do in the snow was make snow angels. well, some friends in scotland found something new. check this out. >> snow faces. >> a whole group of them just wentsmashing their face in the snow and then they marvel at how much it really looks like them. >> they know what do with the snow. >> clearly. i can't believe we haven't thought of it. >> and now we will. we have plenty of snow on the way.
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this morning on "world news now," hostile wi this morning on "world news now," hostile witness? >> a former trump campaign aide goes on live television to say he won't testify in the russia investigation. he is also slamming the president and now the white house is responding. round two of a storm hitting the midwest right now, prepares to move in on the already hard hit northeast. snow and whiteout conditions affecting millions, high waves destroying coastal lines there. many still without power. the latest storm track. and in west virginia, the statewide teacher's strike is going into its ninth day with no end in sight. we'll examine the sticking points. it is a day to celebrate the
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interracial cookie, the oreo. dunk it, twist it, do as you want with the oreo. it is a national holiday and it is tuesday march 6. >> narrator: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> it is not necessarily the one that nabisco came up with. but those poets bbv -- bbd. >> we'll give you a minute to think about that while we get to some of the day's top stories. we'll start with a former aide to president trump going rogue, defying a subpoena from robert mueller. >> he told the associated press that he would likely cooperate but that was a change from what was a jaw-dropping earlier interview that he did. >> speaking to several news outlets, nunberg threatened to burn the subpoena. he also slammed the president and asked news anchors for legal advice. pierre thomas has more. >> reporter: a former campaign adviser sam nunberg is saying that he will not comply with a
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subpoena to appear before a grand jury in robert mueller's investigation. when asked what could happen to him -- >> i'm not cooperating. >> reporter: but sam nunberg went on to make a stunning suggestion about robert mueller and his team. when asked if they think they found something on donald trump -- >> do you think they have something on the president? >> i think they may. i think that he may have done something during the election. but i don't know that. >> reporter: nunberg suggesting that he believes the president knew about the trump tower meeting with russians, a meeting to get dirt on hillary clinton. >> do you think that donald trump says -- president trump says he knew nothing about the meeting. do you think that is true? >> no. >> you don't think that is true? >> no. all he had to say was, yeah, we met with the russians. the russians offered us something.
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and we thought they had something. >> reporter: nunberg says he's already been interviewed for 5 1/2 hours and he is questioning why he has to turn over more information. >> he wanted every e-mail i had with roger stone and steve bannon. why should i hand them e-mails from november 1, 2015? >> reporter: he was fired from the trump campaign and he claims that he was asked if he ever heard people speaking russian in the trump tower. >> they were like did you hear people speaking russian in the trump office. >> who? >> i did not hear people speaking russian in the trump office, okay? >> reporter: he says now mueller has subpoenaed all documents, e-mails, texts and otherwise, any communications he may have had with a who's who among trump campaign officials and white house aides. >> they sent me a subpoena where they asked me after november 1 of 2015 did i communicate with
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carter page, lewandowski. >> reporter: he is refusing to release them. >> i'm spending a lot of money on legal fees. granted donald trump caused it because he is an idiot. >> reporter: the white house ways pressed by the suggestion that the special counsel may have something on the president. >> he is incorrect. as we've said many times before, there was no collusion with the trump campaign. anything further on what his actions are, he hasn't worked at the white house. >> reporter: nunberg talked about being offered immunity, but he is still saying he won't testify, that means he could be in held in contempt of court and could face jail time. pierre thomas, abc news. >> and of course that changed late last night when he told the a.p. he would testify, which all of this has led to a lot of questions about his mental health, his ability for that matter. and in some cases his sobriety. in a cnn interview last night, the host erin burnett asked him point blank if he had been drinking.
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>> talking to you, i have smelled alcohol on your breath. >> well, i have not had a drink. >> you haven't had a drink? anything else? >> no. >> no? >> no. besides my meds. >> okay. >> antidepressants. is that okay? >> so awkward. the congressman there, adam schiff, ranking democrat on the house intelligence committee, now says that he would like to bring nunberg before his committee. >> should be an interesting interview. and house speaker paul ryan the latest on a growing list of republicans urging president trump to drop his plan for new tariffs fearing it could spark a trade war. ryan says implementing the import taxes on steel and aluminum could jeopardize the benefits of the tax reform law and hurt the middle class. word of the plan has already rattled the financial market, but the president says he is not changing his mind. >> we're not backing down. people have to understand, our
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country on trade has been ripped off by virtually every country in the world, whether friend or enemy. everybody. >> a nonpartisan study on the proposed tariffs says they would result in a loss of nearly 150,000 american jobs. the president says he doesn't think there will be a trade war, but other countries are already threatening to retaliate by taxing american products. the month of march is reporting in like a lion. >> whiteout conditions. >> and in fargo, the storm has already smashed the 122-year-old snowfall record. schools and offices were closed and there were nearly 200 fender benders. >> and the storm system is heading for the northeast where coastal communities like scituate are already seeing strong waves. paul williams has the details. >> good morning.
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more snow and wind on the way. north central part of the country, courtesy of this low pressure system and it will bring with it locally possibly 18 inches of snow for pierre, fargo, minute, duluth and at least 6 to 12 in green bay. and then this storm will begin to drag some scattered showers over toward the northeast and then by wednesday, we are bracing for 18 inches of snow from bangor to boston, possibly close to d.c. >> so many of the big cities in the northeast will get a lot of snowfall. and there were protests across the country to mark what was supposed to be the end of the daca program. marches in d.c., dozens were arrested on the national mall and others inside the capitol. the courts have postponed the termination of the program which allows immigrants to stay here. florida lawmakers have okayed a bill allowing some teachers to carry guns in school and putting age restrictions on rifle sales. the measure was approved with bipartisan support by florida
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state senate. the 20-18 vote came after three hours of emotional debate. the bill also creates a waiting period for buying guns. this is less than three weeks after the stoneman douglas high school massacre. the measure now goes to florida's house of representatives. and fights broke out at michigan state university before a speech by richard spencer. bottles and rocks flew as 500 protesters, some wearing masks, faced off with spencer supporters. spencer said no other group is treated with this kind of hostility. at least two dozen were arrested. the standoff between the state of west virginia and its teachers heads into its ninth school day today. lawmakers still can't agree to the 5% raise promised last week by the governor. the news angered thousands of educators. here is abc's david curley.
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>> reporter: so many teachers descended on the state capital, 5,000 in all, police shut down access leaving a line of teachers hoping to get inside and give lawmakers a piece of their mind. >> we have the support other public employees and our superintendents. >> reporter: there was a deal for a 5% raise but it was scuttled when some lawmakers would only approve a 4% raise. so for another day some of the 22,000 teachers here in west virginia are here at the atehou. this high school teacher, driving three hours to get here, again. >> we wanted this to be over and it could have been over days ago. >> reporter: the strike has taken a toll on parents, too. brenda williams took her granddaughter a second grader to the mall. >> i'm enjoying him, but i'm sure anywhere mom is about to go crazy. >> reporter: just down the street, all teachers could do
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was watch as lawmakers talked. >> no deal on a teacher pay raise which means that classes will be closed for a ninth day on tuesday. they are planning to meet again in the future. david curley, abc news, charleston, west virginia. well, little girl's wide i'd reaction to michelle obama's parenting mass sparked a response from the artist. >> the photo started going viral a few days ago. that is 2-year-old parker curry from the washington, d.c. area and she is staring there in awe at the image of the former first lady. >> so the artist posted on instragram that this moment reminded her of the first time she saw a painting of a man that looked like he could be her father. it made her realize she could be an artist. so who knows what this little image could inspire. >> i wonder what it does. of course that portrait just went up there at the gallery, just revealed about three weeks ago. >> kind of funny, her mother said that she was trying really hard to get a good picture, but like she couldn't because her
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daughter wouldn't turn around for the photo. and so instead of course that became the iconic photo, her daughter looking at the actual portrait. all right. coming up, robots can now flip burgers. >> yum. >> just another step toward world dominate by the bots. we'll find out in the mix. no, this is a bad thing. >> sorry, i got distracted by the burgers. and a midair scare, a passenger forcibly restrained after she tried to open a door mid flight. also check out behind the scenes pics on instragram. oscar pics are up. of scenes pics on instragram. oscar pics are up.
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if only harry used some... ...bounce, to dry. he would be a less wrinkly, winning guy. yi we're watching as passengers wrestle a woman to the floor after she tried to open a cabin door midair. it had just left san francisco on its way to boise. reports say that woman started screaming she wanted to get out. she was held for questioning after the plane reached idaho. >> you can hear her scream i am god. obviously something wrong there. police in new york are investigating the deaths of two young children who were killed by an out of control driver.
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>> the driver reportedly suffered a seizure at the intersection. no charges have been filed, but what a tragedy. and a middle schoolteacher has been removed from the classroom amid allegations that she is a white supremesist. >> a series of podcasts have been discovered where she used a different name and attacked jews and people of color. >> i teach 7th grade middle schoolers. >> reporter: this florida social studies teacher is defending herself saying she is not a white supremacist and this is political satire. >> there are races that have higher iqs than others. >> reporter: the 25-year-old is a second year teacher at crystal river middle school, but when school is out, she goes by tiana, a new face and so-called alt-right social media blaming jews, muslims and people of color for the world's problems.
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>> new orleans, there is quite a huge african population there. and it is this ingrained culture that left them unprepared for hurricane katrina. >> reporter: during a podcast, she talks about sharing her views with students and hiding them from parents and teachers. >> i had one at the beginning of this year who e mailed the principal over my head and basically told her i'm worried that your teacher is in -- she is injecting political bias into her teaching. and the principal came to me and she was like i'm not worried. should i be worried? and i'm like no. and she believed me. >> reporter: the teacher says she never brought those views to her, quote, professional career. for now the school district has removed her from the classroom. abc news, atlanta. all right. coming up in the next half hour, frances mcdormand has been reunited with her oscar after it was taken during the governor's ball. turns out the man arrested for the theft live streamed the whole thing.
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>> what not to do for taking an oscar by the way dude. but first we have more with some of the winners including jordan peele. what is the one thing that almost topped winning the academy award. breathe freely fast wmy congestion's gone. i can breathe again! i can breathe again! vicks sinex... breathe on.
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♪ all i do is win ♪ you have to stick around -- ♪ ♪ you have to stick around -- ♪ ♪ everybody says go up >> so winners are still basking in the oscars after glow. >> lara spencer had a chance to talk to all the big winners back stage. >> and the oscar goes to -- jordan peele. "get out." >> reporter: with those words, jordan peele making history, becoming the first african-american to win best original screen play for his much talked about thriller "get out." >> can i tell you the craziest thing is getting up there and seeing just the sea of faces.
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you have denzel washington right here, meryl streep, you got lupita, daniel. it is the most surreal thing. it is a dream. >> reporter: oprah winfrey tweeted at you. >> say that again? >> reporter: oprah tweeted at you congratulated you. >> she did? >> reporter: yeah. that is almost as good. >> they are neck and neck. i mean honestly, it is great. >> reporter: also great? allison janney. her first time ever attending the oscars, and she goes home with best supporting actress. >> i've enjoyed seeing you at every award show in the winner's circle. what a year. what a film. what a moment. >> it is. it is an unforgettable one, one that i will treasure forever, i will never forget every part of this day is emblazoned in my mind.
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it has been -- yeah, i want to remember it. a little bit of this just to enhance it. and i want to remember. >> reporter: did you write a speech? >> oh, my gosh. if i could show you the pages and pages of speeches. >> reporter: you have to save those. >> i have. i'll take a picture of them when i get home and some day i'll post them. it is pretty funny. all these brilliant writer friends of mine have all contributed and given me ideas and i've stolen from every single one of them. >> reporter: congratulations. >> have some tequila. >> reporter: seconds after her best actress triumph, a fly-by by frances mcdormand. >> she didn't waste anytime going for the tequila. >> not at all. >> by the way, we had our own little awards ceremony. in case you missed it, the world news now oscars are at the top of our facebook page.
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>> i've watched it a couple hundred times. seriously. >> the mix is coming up next. seriously. >> the mix is coming up next.
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in case you missed it, the world
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it is time for the mix and it is a great day today, folks. today is national oreo day. >> bring them in. bring them all in. >> national oreo day. so enjoy those oreos. >> is that it? >> was i supposed to bring enough to share? >> just one pack of oreos? i would have eaten some more. >> oh, really? >> i mean there's billions in the world. >> true story, actually. we tried to get a whole bunch of oreos, apparently the whole place was raided. that's all we could find was one pack.
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so naturally i decided i should eat the whole thing myself. nabisco, who created the oreo -- 450 billion oreos have been sold since 1912. they were created by nabisco. national biscuit company and a lot of people believe hydrox is an oreo knock off. hydrox was first. >> how many have you consumed? >> no comment. and russian state senator's hair do that's getting some attention. so it looks like a hat. >> it is a hat. >> but that's her hair. >> no way. >> this is a senator there. what about the eyebrows? >> it looks like a snow hat. we could use that hat this weekend. >> it looks like samuel l. jackson's hair in "pulp fiction."
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>> how does she do that? >> some say she looks like a bond villain. >> she does. >> over to flippy in pasadena, california. they developed this is from miso robotics. the machine gets better at flipping burgers every time using artificial intelligence. >> the slo-mo. >> they say the best thing is it cooks identical burgers every time. but don't worry, it's not taking anyone's jobs. flippy doesn't know how to add cheese or toppings. >> but that will come fairly soon. someone loving the cheese and then some. this young girl finally had pizza for the first time and this girl is all of us. she is at the pizza revival. hallelujah, i have tasted it all. >> that's how i feel about these oreos. >> can i get a witness to the pepperoni.
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this morning on "world news now" millions of americans are this morning on "world news now" millions of americans are getting ready as a second nor'easter closes in. it's set to slam into much of the east coast as millions are still dealing with damage from a storm. we have the latest forecast. a former trump advisor refusing to testify in the russia probe, but he has plenty to say to the media. sam nunberg claims russia may have something on the president. >> and scary moments on the slopes. a mishap leaves a 5-year-old girl dangling in the air. and she loses consciousness before help arrives. and it was raw, unedited and awkward. the shock bachelor finale that wasn't. our chief global analyst contributor is here to explain.
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or at least try to. that is all coming up in the skinny on this tuesday, march 6. >> narrator: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> just when you think the bachelor is going to be over -- >> jack's poor eyes. i'm sorry. >> he thought it was going to be over last week. and then it ended up this week. and now he thought it would be yesterday and now -- >> the bachelor finale is tonight. but we can't wait to go into the details. >> jack so excited to have that extra episode ahead. >> yes, but we are keeping our eyes on the new winter storm that is heading toward the northeast. >> the storm system is in the upper midwest and bringing blaze blizzard conditions to that
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area. >> and there is a no travel advisory in north dakota. look at that truck sliding downs road because conditions are so icy. this is in bismarck. no one was injured there. >> luckily. hundreds of flights in and out of the upper midwest, cities there, were canceled yesterday and problems likely in the northeast. the airlines are waiving change fees. >> the new storm system comes before the cleanup is complete from the last weekend's storm. linsey davis reports. >> reporter: plow brigades race to clear roads as a powerful new storm heads east. already bringing more than half a foot of snow and wind gusts up to 60 miles per hour to parts of the midwest. this was the scene in massachusetts, powerful waves crashing over scituate's seawall after the deadly nor'easter started slamming the coast killing at least nine.
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from virginia to maine, they are bracing for round two as residents struggle with cleanup. massive fallen trees ripping the ground apart pinning down utility wires. we've been coming across dramatic scenes like this one throughout westchester county which explains why so many people are still without power. nearly 400,000 in the region in the dark. people like mary ellen. >> we expect to be out until tomorrow evening. and then with the impending storm, i hope it doesn't happen again. >> reporter: in braintree, massachusetts, officials are desperate to repair two schools. >> i'm just glad that it was here. >> reporter: glenn is thankful his jeep kept this tree from crashing into his family's home. glenn's mom and sister were inside that part of the house. take a look at the scene here on friday, this tree came crashing down on to this car taking power lines with it and the crews have been so backed up, it took four days, it wasn't until monday that crews were able to come
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here and finally extricate the tree from the power line. linsey davis, abc new, yonkers, new york. and this new storm isn't as powerful, but it could bring more snow. >> paul williams is getting the latest forecast for us. >> good morning. just how much snow, how bad will it get along 94, we could see 6 to 12 inches at the least where you see the darkest of blue which includes duluth, minneapolis, fargo, pierre. we use see locally up to 18 inches in some areas. that same storm system began to power toward the northeast, but we will have dry air in place on tuesday, but wednesday and thursday, here is another nor'easter for the northeast and we're looking major problems with power and perhaps minor coastal flooding. >> just what we needed. and there is talk of another storm come monday. but one more note about last week's powerful storm that hit the northeast. the impacts have also been felt in the caribbean.
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these are waves that have now reached puerto rico and the virgin islands. waves as high as 20 feet pounding the north side of puerto rico and some families have been forced to evacuate. breaking news in california now, five people including a 3-year-old girl are hurt after a knife attack on board a greyhound bus. police said theresa held the child at knifepoint and stabbed the little girl's mother and other passengers. she is now under arrest. the victims are expected to be okay. police say she is recovering after stabbing herself in the neck. the attack happened north of bakersfield as the bus was heading from las vegas to oakland. and now to conflicting statements from former trump campaign aide nunberg. he now says he may comply with a subpoena from the special counsel and even suggested that he might give up his e-mail password. he spent the day nunberg defiantly declaring that he will not cooperate. lana zak has more. >> reporter: good morning.
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sam nunberg says he had already been interviewed for 5 and a half hours and he is done cooperating. >> if he wants to send me to jail, he can send me to jail and then i'll make a bigger spectacle than i am on your tv show. all right. >> reporter: appearing on msnbc sam nunberg says he isn't protecting the president, but he is worried abouttrying to make against roger stone. >> if they are trying to build a case against roger, i'm not going to be part of it. >> reporter: he believes stone has done nothing wrong, but he wouldn't say the same about president trump. >> i think that he may have done something during the election. but i don't know that for sure. >> why do you think that? >> i can't explain it unless you were in there. >> reporter: and on cnn, nunberg didn't hold back when talking about the president. >> i spent -- i'm spending a lot of money on legal fees, a lot of other people are.
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and granted donald trump caused it because he is an idiot. >> reporter: even contradicting the white house's position on the president's knowledge of that russia meeting at trump tower. >> president trump says he knew nothing about the meeting. do you think that is true? >> no. >> you don't think that is true? >> no. >> reporter: the white house discounting nunberg's comments. >> he hasn't worked at the white house, so i can't speak to him or the lack of knowledge that he clearly has. >> reporter: nunberg responded that he couldn't care less what the white house thinks of him. he also said that he believes that investigators just want to, quote, harass me. and a dozen executives have been evicted from the trump international hotel in panama after a business dispute. workers pried the trump name off of the highrise. the move was initiated by the new owner, but the trump organization is vowing to fight it.
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amazon wants to expand into finance. they are in talks with big banks including jpmorgan chase. they want to offer a product similar to a checking account. the product could give amazon a bigger window into its customers' income and spending habits, but sources close to the talks say the product would not involve amazon actually becoming a bank. and a nor'easter left behind a rare sight along the coast of maine. it is a skeleton of a 51-foot ship that experts say dates from between the revolutionary war and the civil war. >> it was first seen in 1958 and is usually buried under sand. the wreck only emerged when powerful storms move enough water and sand to uncover it. >> the last time it was revealed is about five years ago, but it was likely be covered again very shortly. >> luckily there is another storm to clear it all out. >> great news.
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coming up in the skinny, bachelor nation in shock this morning. after the three hour finale that wasn't even long enough. the proposal, the breakup, the other breakup, and where does this leave arie and his quest to find love? >> the answer is with another episode. we'll have more coming up. and the terrifying moments on a ski lift, a little girl clinging for dear life before dropping 25 feet. we'll show you what happened. for dear blieffore dropping 25 feet.
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a girl was left on a chair left dangling about 25 feet in the air. her mother was screaming for help as rescuers gathered below. she fell to the ground and she is okay. >> good to know. and here is another frightening scene this time in california. that is a 5-year-old girl dangling from a lift, her instructor was holding the child by her hoodie. that caused the girl to pass out because her airway was cut off. she did eventually drop on to a tarp and suffered some bruises, but she is also expected to be okay. very scary moment there. so three employees of a daycare center near chicago have
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been arrested after allegedly giving two and three-year-old kids melatonin before nap time. >> police say the three admitted to giving the children gummy bears laced with the sleeping hormone but without the parents knowledge or consent. they are charged. and police arrested a man after he posted a video on facebook with an oscar, the only problem, it wasn't his oscar. >> he allegedly took frances mcdormand's oscar. >> reporter: it was the moment of the night. >> frances mcdormand. >> reporter: setting the oscar down and asking women to stand up. >> if i may be so honored to have all the female nominees in every category stand with me in this room tonight. >> reporter: but if only there was an oscar for most outrageous performance.
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>> got this tonight. this is mine. >> reporter: that is terry bryant who police confirm shot this video and posted to his facebook page. >> governor's ball, baby. >> reporter: only thing is, police say that is not his oscar. shortly after the show, she got it engraved. but even with her name etched in gold, police say that doesn't top bryant from swooping in when mcdormand left the statue out of her sight. bryant showing off to unsuspecting party goers. his photographer couldn't believe it either. police say he followed bryant and grabbed the oscar. bryant was eventually arrested and mcdormand eventually
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reunited with her little guy. bryant had a legitimate ticket to the governor's ball. we've reached out to the academy to ask how he got that ticket and to ask whether or not they are changing their security protocols. so far no answer. matt gutman, abc news, hollywood, california. >> so strange. >> didn't think you could get that access just by -- >> yeah, buying your ticket into the governor's ball. >> maybe we can go after all. they will have our pictures up. >> at the door. security. no way. when we come back, the drama filled bachelor finale and so is the bachelor apologist. >> the skinny is coming up next. ist. >> the skinny is coming up next.
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♪ skinny ♪ skinny, the skinny, the skinny ♪ some wild stuff topping off the ♪ skinny, the skinny, the skinny ♪ some wild stuff topping off the skinny and bachelor. >> oh, yes. let's get straight into it with our bachelor analyst jack. >> i thought we were going to need another visit from tim laird in the "world news now" lounge watching this. we got to do what we got to do.
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so off to peru. >> off to peru. >> roll that beautiful bachelor footage. arie and lauren in peru with his family. they were meeting them. said they love each other. for whatever reason, things were going well, becca also met arie's family. everybody loved each other. so arie's parents said that they were both on team becca. so we'll see how it goes. next -- here is becca coming on stage after lauren b. has been dispatched with extreme prejudice as they said in apocalypse now. becca k. there to have her dream come true. and that sets up our sound bite of the day.
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>> my love for you is unmeasurable. becca, will you marry me? >> of course. oh, my god. >> yay! they live happily ever after. >> okay, that is pretty of the deal. >> tv wedding. >> tv wedding. did you see that? a little foreshadowing there. the rose broke. okay. so here is what happened. they came back from peru, life goes on as usual. no big deal. arie gets in his own head as the saying goes, he can't stop thinking about lauren b. next -- >> isn't that every guy? >> this is the start of a happy couple weekend. it ain't going to be happy for long. arie is struggling. he said he felt sick to his own
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stomach. we can understand why. and that gets us to the sound bite of the century. >> oh, the century. >> the more i hung out with you, the more i felt like i was losing the possibility of maybe reconciling things with lauren. >> so what? do you want to be with her? >> i want to see if there is that possibility. >> are you [ bleep ] kidding me? >> yeah. that is what happens when you tell two women on national television that you love them. all that was followed by a lot of walking around in the house with the unhappy couple now. the weekend was going to go down. she wound up telling him to leave about five or six times. finally he got the idea and left. >> amen. >> she called it brutal.
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she has called the whole extravaganza brutal. that unfortunately brings us to tonight, the live after the final rose, the combatants will be arie, becca k., lauren b., and chris harrison. >> so are they together now? >> we'll see tonight. that is why you got to watch. >> it's a cliffhanger. >> a ton of tissues, all the nonsense we can possibly handle. i might wear a helmet. on that note, analyst out. >> exhausting. >> jack, thank you. all right. on to lighter news. dwayne rock johnson took home a big award over the weekend. the razzies go to the year's worst films. a little different from the oscars. >> so "baywatch" beat out emoji, 50 shades darker, transformers and the mummy to become the worst movie of the century. >> that's right.
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and listen, if you are going to be the worst, you might as well be the worst of the worst. so kind like you are the best. >> so you are number one at being bad. u one at being bad. m one at bei. . . . the best. >> number one at being bad.
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try cool mint zantac. no pill relieves heartburn faster. i also want t i also want to send best wishes to barbra streisand. she is fine, but she had her dog cloned and now she has two dogs that are identical to the original dog which is very difficult and expensive process. it is difficult because first they have to find a dog that looks just like your dog and then they have to tell you they cloned your dog. comedy. comedy there. >> skinny bonus round. that was jimmy kimmel talking about her cloned dogs. this is a photo of her white puffy dogs in a stroller
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visiting the grave of streisand's late pet sammy. >> her dog died last year and babs had her cloned. and there was small clone war after the new york times cropped a photo that she sent them. >> she writes the point is my little girls were looking at their mother pictured on her tombstone. it is an amazing photo. okay. >> okay. thanks, babs. >> okay. moving on, mcculley culkin was home alone tweeting during the oscars. the actor live tweeted through the whole awards show. >> makes sense.
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>> but here is the thing, he wasn't actually watching the show. >> yeah, instead he showed us some of the things he was doing to fill the three plus hours that did not include watching the show including making ramen, and in one of the pictures he is painting his toenails. i do love that he still got dressed up for the occasion. >> and he also made some interesting observations interesting observations including his thought on the best score win going to cocoa. he said the best original score year was new england 33, philadelphia 41. if you are new england, too soon. >> and allison janney is not taking any time to rest after her big win on sunday night. she took home the academy award for best supporting actress and obviously celebrated, but the next morning she was at her 11:00 a.m. table read for her sitcom mom. >> there she is entering to applause. a writer assistant made her a special t-shirt that read i survived award season and all i got is this lousy t-shirt. >> of course that is not true. she brought the oscar in for everyone to hold.
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