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st. paul from madison is saratoga is all impacted. >> weather wise, dry as they come but cloudy and a little mildler. no question about that a lot mildler. look at numbers, still in the low to mid50s. yesterday couldn't crack the 40s. look at the temperature change. this is in the last 24 hours. we were 14 degrees cooler at wood vine. 12 in perry hall and han hanover. fair weather clouds the rest of the evening but a weather maker to the west putting the rain and snow in parts of the midsection. in the meantime a quiet overnight period in the 40s as you head out to work in the morning. we will talk more about veteran's day coming up. >> we hope the first snow of the season is at least a month away but the highway administration is getting prepared. they say they are refining its salting techniques before the show and ice hits.
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they want more preattempt of highways and the treatment prevents snow and ice from sticking to the road and to keep rock salt from bouncing off the road they plan to wet it down beforehand so it stays there in place. >> new screening -- at bwi to help you get through security faster. the precheck lines at concourse c opened up today. the lines lines let preapproved travelers get through faster without having to take off the shoes and belts and the jackets. you can use the concourse d precheck in line if you are approved and if you are traveling from concourse a, b or c. >> all right. now update on the breaking news from last night. the gunman is dead after shots were fired inside a new jersey mall. one of the biggest in america. nobody was hurt but for the gunman identified by investigators as 20-year-old richard shoop. his brother believes he only wanted to hurt hills. >> the fact he shot in to the
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ceiling, we don't think he went in with the intent to shoot anyone. >> he intended to hurt nobody but himself. >> reporter: police say he killed himself with a rifle that he stole from his older brother. the garden plaza mall stayed close as police finished their investigation. >> tonight the community is coming together to raise money for the family of a firefighter killed by his girlfriend's ex. andrew hoffman and his girlfriend were killed. chris robinson then turned the gun on hippings. tonight a bar and grill is holding a fundraiser for the family. it starts at seven and 10% of the money raised will go to the hoffman family. >> hundreds of people already signed up to run for trooper jacqueline klein. it's set for sunday at ten in the morning. last month the trooper was working a traffic stop when she was struck by a car.
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the money raised from the run will help her along with her recovery. >> parents and students have something to cheer about. we are going to take you inside the new cheerleading program helping people gain confidence. . and you never know who will be behind the ticket counter at your next flight. it may even be a raven. >> and 57 at pwi today. just four degrees below average this afternoon. we promised you 55 so that's with in the two degree guarantee. nikki coleman, congratulations, you are tonight's two degree weather winner. enter your name, it's quick and easy. we will get you in the running for the monthly prize pack.
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you're watching the station that works for you. now, abc 2news at six. >> all right. off the top -- here we go. who [inaudible] here we go. edmond lynch, how about that? right off the top of my head. there you go. watching in, wyatt will have the details of the forecast in act four minutes. >> impressive. also impressive the war memorial build downtown. the department of veterans affair is adding a fence. construction expected to be done by the end of the year. it's intended to keep vagrants out. and on your next trip to the world war ii memorial in dc, make sure you bring a smart phone. memorial is getting a mobile app to help teach visitors about the war and the millions
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of people it honors. it also includes a virtual scavenger hunt. the app is available through i- tunes and google play. and a warning tonight for parents. take a close look at this. it is a snow cone maker and -- if you have it, they are recalling the snoopy snow cone machines because of mouth injury risk. apparently a brass rivet it fall out and into a snow cone. if you have one of them, contact the company that will send you out a free repair kit. a new study suggests an inen tended consequence of falling back daylight time, more robberies. researchers found in the switch from daylight to standard robberies jump from 7% to 27%. they are calling the sunset hour. around six, see the biggest change in the amount of light and also the largest change in
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crime. the study found no difference when it comes to the hour of daylight gain in the morning. they believe it's because criminals aren't early risers. >> flying can be stressful. then squeezing into the seat. it's nice to see a friendly face welcome you on, especially if it's a favorite ravens. >> welcome. the transition from the gridiron to the airport went pretty smoothly for mcclain. at end of the day he was making boarding announcements like he was a pro. sports center taking a break right now from the red sox celebration. tim tebow and brett favre. to give the naval academy some time in the spotlight. espn will host it's veteran's day tribute broadcast on friday. sport center goes live starting
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at nine in the morning, espn's coverage includes interviews with leaders, alum and the patriots head coach and a look at the city. you will want to -- [inaudible] there is a long time coaching. that's great. he grew up in annapolis. >> history buff. new, if you need a little inspiration you don't need to look for. carroll there is a new program giving parents and students something to cheer about. >> it's giving kidses who may not have time -- it's giving them confidence. it's also giving them a whole lot more. >> reporter: inside all-stars there is something to cheer about. it's not the shiny trophy or the banners hanging from the ceiling. it's the success of the angel shark, a small group of girls who are more about heart than hand springs. >> that was a good one. >> we value cheerleading and we think that every child deserves the opportunity to participate in this sport. >> reporter: four special needs
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girls, parents with an experienced cheerleader. >> it's really fun. they get to experience something where people may not judge them or anything. they have fun just doing their own thing. >> reporter: every week they work together on their routine. practicing the moves over and over. megan is the coach. >> i challenge myself all summer. like going to meetings and learning the different skills, i could teach it to them and watch videos online and then i put together the routine. i love it. >> reporter: casey loves watching her daughter cheer. >> i think she has a lot of confidence. obviously you can see her on the dance floor. she isn't shy. >> reporter: she has noticed changes she has never seen before. ava is determined. she is making new friends and like so many she is pushing her physical abilities. >> she likes the ability to just be able to show her stuff i think. she doesn't get a lot of opportunities to do that in
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school or -- you know other situations, being in a group like this is perfect for her. >> reporter: it's fun but it's not pompoms and mega phones, it's hard work. >> it was hard to be a trainer and i did -- did some exercises and jumps. >> reporter: despite the challenges she said bring it on. >> i'm kind of -- been shy but i'm excited. >> reporter: all of the girls are. and it shows. you can just ask the cheerleader who are giving them a boost in this new experience. >> they really enjoy it and they are having fun at same time. >> reporter: the next step for them, they will take everything they have learned and compete. that's a big deal but what would be even bigger, keeping this program going. that means more girls and more community support. that's what they are hoping for. megan pringle. >> and now, from abc2, maryland's most accurate forecast. >> start off with a look at the radar. five sweeps, gaining all clear a very dry set up indeed a
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changing set autopsy as up as well. you like to look west sometimes, especially this time of year, see what's brewing out in the plains and in the northern plains rain and snow out toward areas west of minneapolis and this system at least the trailing front likely to bring us some rain by thursday. more on that in a second. first the day that was. some sun actually breaking through the clouds and the state capitol. not much and -- in fact the clouds did dominate the sky today. even here in the state capitol. as we look at nice finish to the day on a quiet day on the severn current temperature 53, wind is light, pressure my. 30.50. if you have a surprise headache today sometimes when the pressure get this is high it can trigger high pressure head headaches. bay planner tomorrow on the water. looking for low 60s. water temperature continues to fall, down to 56 to 58.
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wind out of the south five to ten knotts. you can get that forecast 24-7. don't forget to have the news app on all your mobile devices and as we look at the temperatures it's cold in the mountains, most of the state running mildler this evening. well into the 350's the 50s. this time last night watching the news at six, we were running a solid 12 to 15 degrees cooler, even 16 degrees cooler in easton but we warmed up by that much this evening and the humidity has crept up as well. little more humidity along with additional heat and all is a mildler feel. just clouds streaking the sky. these are fair weather clouds, not rain producers, closest active weather precipitation, well west of chicago land and that's going to take a while to impact us. cool, dry weather dominates. we had two areas of high pressure, one over at hand tax the biggest north of boston up into can damp this is a giant high and helping stall the
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weather pattern to the west. again, doesn't look like it'll get in until early on today. thursday, that means a dry day tomorrow mildler day, should see temperatures into the lower 60s and into the 70s points just to the south in the carolina's. tonight down to 42, mostly cldy, not as frigid, a fairly calm set up through the day tomorrow. 64 your two degree guarantee. cloudy as we turn tomorrow night into 50 or so we will run a little cooler uneventful until we get there to thursday. speaking of that here is the most accurate seven day forecast. rain on and off. i think particularly the early part of the day thursday, thursday still mild with that rain we cool it down behind that rain maker on friday and saturday. in the 50s and looking toward the -- events of sunday and monday. not bad. we have a pretty mild tailgate at 62 with sun for ravens game day and then veteran's day monday for the parade and such. >> 60. love it. >> love it.
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>> everybody is nervous. here is more pressure a new study showing the first impressions formed in your first 90 days at work last. in your first three months. if they are miserable it won't improve. you have 90 days and that's it. researchers say people form rapid and lasting impressions of others so you and your co workers developing an attitude toward the job, organization and each other. 90 days and that's it. >> then it's over. >> isn't that probation? >> most places. >> we will be right back.
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here is what we are working on at 11 a woman was just 30 when she was diagnosedded with stage four breast cancer she didn't let that keep her down. >> new she took a big chance. >> see the clinical trials she is going through to keep her alive and why it's giving hope to so many more living with cancer. that's tonight at 11. this is -- i love this. wyatt, kelley, look. we have an elk who found a trampoline. this is out in colorado. guy was just having his coffee and suddenly saw the elk come up and go on and why not.
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is that the best shot of the day? come on. >> hold on. >> now -- see, took a little while to get his confidence. >> i think they are jealous. >> spotters. everybody is really [inaudible] look at this. goes around and around. >> somebody had to get him out. there is no way he got out. >> people in the background -- other elk in the background. >> looks like the beginning of a geico commercial. >> elk on a trampoline. >> video of the day. that is something else. yeah. the outlook across the area this evening. low 50s. and -- just a mild, mild night compared to last night and looking ahead, dry wednesday for you but the chance for rain in through the day thursday. right now looks like cool and sunny weekend not bad. all right. there is the outlook. >> tailgating for sunday. >> that's it. >> hopefully thursday --. >> if that works we will put a
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different one every night. >> see you later. have a good one.
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welcome to "world news." tonight chaos at the mall, new details about the gunman who sent thousands of families running for cover. his final message to his friends and what so many shoppers did right. setting a trap. look at the face of this little girl. we'll tell you how she's helping authorities catch hundreds of suspected criminals. and taming the shark. this man says he can turn killers into almost cuddly pets. is he right? >> are you kidding me? what are you doing! and a good evening to you on this tuesday night. as we come on the air we are
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learning more about what happened at the giant shopping mall in new jersey when another young man with a weapon walked in and sent people running for their lives. miraculously no one was hurt. here it is, the garden state plaza mall, last night teeming with shoppers, tonight the long stretch of shops empty, closed down by police, a crime scene. once again we are left asking why. tonight you will hear from the gunman's family and friends. abc's gio benitez starts us off. >> reporter: terror and confusion -- at one of the nation's biggest malls, just minutes before closing time. 9:19 pm, shoppers at the garden state plaza mall in paramus, new jersey making their final byes when they saw a figure right out of the movies. >> he was dressed in all black with a gun in his hand. >> reporter: investigators say that man was 20-year-old rich shoop, carrying a gun he stole from his brother. he
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walked out in front of the nordstrom department store and started firing into the air. chaos as 1,000 shoppers and employees ran for cover. police evacuating hundreds. >> as soon as i came upstairs the mall security guy was screaming at me to get out. >> reporter: it took them six hours to find his body. shoop had shot himself in a secluded part of the mall. last night the police descending at his house. today shoop's brother kevin speaking out. >> my brother intended to harm nobody but himself. he just sadly decided to make an act of -- an act of i guess self-indulgence by taking his own life. >> reporter: police say shoop was a drug user, heroin and the club drug molly and now we're learning he may have maid a cry for help, texting his best friend's girlfriend just three hours before he went to that mall.
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>> in so many ways you were perhaps the last person to speak with him. >> yes. and i just really wish that i would have answered him. i just really do because i really think that maybe this could have gone differently. >> reporter: she read to us a string of bizarre text messages that she said shoop wrote to him yesterday. >> i'm either going to go away, die or make a run for it. cops have been watching my house for four days. i only have maybe one more day before they come for it and then the last message said sorry. >> reporter: friends tell me shoop had been paranoid and quiet for weeks. the problem that some of those friends tell me they just ignored that paranoia. >> so they weren't clear warning signs to family or friends? >> they say so. >> gio benitez reporting live from the scene tonight. thank you. as we know the story has a grim
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familiarity. a gunman on a rampage in a public place in just the last 7 weeks in this country, four rampages and three scares which turned out to be less serious. we decided to talk to experts today about what a family should do in a public place if you hear gunshots. abc's alex perez. >> reporter: if you are looking for a crash course in survival, talk to this man. he survived a rampage in l.a.x. last week and crawled for his life. >> he came to one of those stories, like a duty free shop that was just off to the left of the terminal. behind the counter in the little store there was a door to like a little storeroom. >> reporter: using a sweat shirt, he tide a tourniquet and waited for help to arrive. >> the feeling of relief after hearing the voices and peeking
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out and seeing that it was, in fact, police was a -- i can't even describe. >> reporter: law enforcement prepares for scenes likes these, this played out in california today, firing shots while panicked crowds are evacuated. as real as it looks, this was a drill. police trained for this but what with innocent bystanders do to survive? >> don't freeze, don't panic. get out. >> reporter: security expert tom kasza who sent 22 years in the secret service says if you can't get out put something between you and those flying bullets. >> everything that is moveable that is hard that can be used to defend yourself, whether it helps you hide, protects you from bullets. >> reporter: sometimes it can be behind an atm, a brick wall or a planter. >> take advantage of what is around. >> reporter: remember to turn your phone to silent and text
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for help and always keep reassessing your options. >> move until you can be safe. if that can't happen, the last resort is to fight. >> reporter: run, hide, fight. keep these rules in mind and hope you'll never have to use them. alex perez, abc news, chicago. and next tonht we move on. this tuesday is election day in america across this country right now voters making their voices heard, including in two states, virginia and new jersey where larger than life personalities could change the outcome all the way to the white house. here's abc's jeff zeleny. >> reporter: it's shaping up to be a big night for new jersey governor chris christie. the republican is not only trying to win but to p win by a land slide in his democratic state, a victory he hopes will blaze a path forward for his party. after his final campaign rally we caught up with him.
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he's trimmer following lap band surgery in february, seem more ready than ever for a big run. >> i hear a lot of christy 2014. what do you say? >> whatever the future brings it will bring. first things first. >> reporter: but in music, in message, his future is starting now, embracing latino voters an pledging to compromise on spending and other big issues, unlike tea party fire brands like rand paul and ted cruz. >> our country brought people together. >> reporter: here in virginia voters also electing a governor but hillary clinton is stealing the show. >> terry mcauliffe is holding a narrow lead over republican ken cuccinelli. hilary and all of team clinton have mobilized to help mcauliffe win. >> i've been out of politics for a few years now. >> reporter: just as in new jersey a victory here for the
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clintons will serve as an early force for a machine primed and ready to fight for the white house. jeff zeleny. abc news, arlington, virginia. we have other post cards, surprising votes across the country on this big day. in maryland, look, 16 years old voting triumphant, the first town in the nation to lower the voting age to 16. and in minneapolis look who is on the ballot for mayor among 35 candidates, captain jack spare oh. he says that's in fact his legal name. more serious initiatives tonight. in houston, texas voters will decide the fate of the iconic astro dome and last year in colorado legalized pot but this year voters will decide whether to tax marijuana. there is another politician making headlines tonight with a jaw dropping admission. the mayor of toronto came forward today to admit he smoked crack cocaine. he faced the cameras and asked
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that he get to stay and go forward. here's abc's linsey davis. >> reporter: it's 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 and today the mayor of canada's biggest city came clean. >> am i an addict, no. have i tried it, probably in one of my drunken stupers. >> reporter: hours later he fell on the sword again. >> admitting it was the most difficult and embarrassing things 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. many in toronto love him.
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his is on ordinary guy image, faults and all, the heavyset mayor slipping off the scale during a public weigh in, amidst the scandal out trick or treating with his kids. tonight despite the admission, fun loving ford just might be able to hang onto his job. linsey davis, abc news, new york. now a political scandal here at home, what is believed to be the largest bribe ever taken by an elected official in america. more than $2 million. today here he is, the former counselman in california who agreed to plead guilty for accepting the payment. had e promised to pay off other council members for a multi-million real estate deal. next tonight a stunning idea from on organization trying to fight predators who target children. look at this little girl, look closely at her face. in the span of just ten weeks
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she has helped identify more than 200 suspects right here in the united states because there is something about her that they failed to guess. here's abc's cecilia vega to tell us. >> my name is sweetie, i'm 10 years old. >> reporter: this little girls from the philippines single handedly helped identify 1,000 predators from around the world. >> everyday i have to sit in front of the webcam and talk to men. >> reporter: the predators flocked, sometimes hundreds at a time. but they had no idea that what they were seeing was completely fake. >> 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 is 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 webcam sex with poor children. this was a high-tech trap, as the predators gave sweetie their names, investigators tracked
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down their addresses and photos and handed them over to inter po poll. in all of the 1,000 alleged pedophiles the 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 further. >> reporter: the fbi estimates more than half a million pedophiles are online everyday. to catch them, federal investigators have set up fake ads on websites. they have even created an app. spans the globe. >> my name is sweetie. >> reporter: but now, there may be a real solution. cecilia vega, abc news, los angeles. and we have more tonight on the frightening airplane emergency for hundreds of passengers after their plane had already landed in montreal. they had to use the escape shoot, a baggage truck next to the jumbo jet suddenly burst
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into flames. abc's david kerley shows us what happened. >> 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. >> 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 had to make a decision. his call? to order the emergency evacuation. >> people running everywhere. there were like -- we don't know what to do, like lost. >> reporter: some of the seven injured were hurt from jumping down the slides but 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 probe the incident. flight lines are dangerous
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places. still, incidents around parked planes are rare, but as this one shows, they can be become serious quickly. david kerley, abc news, washington. and we have been watching another race against time caught on camera, this time a kayaker trapped in the pounding rapids of a waterfall, his helmet barely visible. how his friends pulled him free before it was too late. and the video one man says will prove to you that sharks can be turned into your loving pets. we decide to find out if that's true. we'll see you back here in two minutes. my customers can shop around-- see who does good work and compare costs. it doesn't usually work that way with health care. but with unitedhealthcare, i get information on quality rated doctors, treatment options and estimates for how much i'll pay. that helps me, and my guys, make better decisions. i don't like guesses with my business, and definitely not with our health. innovations that work for you.
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>> reporter: they're professionals in a dangerous sport shooting the rapids, one of the toughest rivers in england when suddenly, look closely, that's mark hardingham pinned between two rocks his head held underwater by the current gushing, freezing cold water. >> can you breathe? >> you see him get pushed on the right channel, next thing he's wedged between a rock and a hard place. >> reporter: with no time to waste the kayakers into action racing to free him. jumping onto the rocks attaching a safety rope to his life jacket harnessing him allowing him to gasp for air, the action all caught on young's helmet. >> if someone is not breathing, luckily mark had a little air pocket there. >> reporter: be finally pulling
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and finally tonight, meet a man who says he can turn a killer shark into an affectionate pet. can he really? abc's matt gutman gambles that he's right. >> reporter: it may be the sum of all human fears. >> incredible. >> reporter: coming face to jaws with a 14-foot tiger shark considered the second deadliest after the great white. >> wow.
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>> reporter: but we went to the ba ba baha mas to meet this man, jim abernathie who insists these predators are misunderstood. >> you think sharks like affection? >> no, i know sharks like affection because they come back for it like a dog or a cat. >> reporter: abernathie calls them his pets, especially a 14 foot tiger sharks he's named emma. he says he's known her for nine years. wishful thinking? we dive in. 40 feet down it's a bizzard of sharks. they keep anythingling at the cameras. another one gobbling the camera i'm holding and then all of a sudden we're surrounded by giant tiger sharks. >> turn around, turn around! >> these are right in the area.
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>> there is actually four. >> reporter: coasting in, almost docile. and then there she is, emma. watch how slowlily she approaches abernathie. >> hello, emma. >> reporter: experts tell us these predators can indeed about dangerous but they're used to having humans around. abernathie hopes that by showing humans can swim with sharks, they'll do a better job of protecting them and maybe showing them some love. matt gutman, abc news, the baham bahamas. >> thank you for watching. we're always here at abcnews.com. "nightline" later and i'll see you again tomorrow night. good night.
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on "the list," you can have your fast food and eat it, too. we've got the healthy detail. it's hash tag transformation tuesday. the day we post our own before and after picks. plus, how cool would it be if your dog can talk? well, he can. and he's trying to tell you something. when they weren't out voting, our producers were out skouerring the earth for the top stories. >> in the time it takes me to read this intro, a reporter will have already blown off your resume. >> i think you get a little something extra. >> a research web site find that recruits spend on six seconds before they decide whether you're worthy of the job. six seconds. in that time, they look at your
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name, current job title, company and when you started and ended your previous gigs. so if you want to steer clear of the shredder, don't be like this guy. >> personal resume. >> baby timmy needs child care? better hope he gets a full ride. any family with little ones being taken care of outside the home knows it is pricey. but we're here to tell you how bad it's gotten. according to the nonprofit group child care aware of america, in some parts of the country, one year of infant care costs more than a year of college tuition. i bet the nanny doesn't have a ph.d.. if you have two kids under five, the cost exceeds the average rent payment. at number three, women of the world aged to perfection. there's no denying katie perry
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is undeniable. here's why she knows it. more than half the women polled in the nut survey say 29 was their prettiest age. that's how old they are. >> we chose this story because everyone wants to feel their best. so why if the? >> reasons, falling confident, stable love and relationships. women also say they feel prettiest on friday. a separate stud did determine that men feel they're prettiest after four beers. >> at number four, the future of advertising is now. and it's talking to you. the targeted advertising may have seen futuristic and
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outlandish. they're installing screens with facial recognition technology in 450 of its gas stations. their sole purpose, to air ads targeted drektly at you. so if you've got a face that says i like bacon, guess what ad you'll see when you pump your pe petro. >> at number five, raising from birt, the chancellor of germany but fly my plane? a new poll shows that half of british air travelers do not trust female pilots. we chose this story because we're just as stunned by this as you are. in a strange twist, travelers do trust probasketball players. >> my name is roger murdoch.
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i'm an airline pilot. now, you are caught up and clued in on the top of the list. here are two things you don't uchb here in the same sentence. justin bieber and sound business decision. pop culture, hotter than a ferrari in a cul-de-sac on the hoet list. >> first up, jay-z makes a splash in a new soshl media site. the pop star invested 1.1 million of his own money into shots of me which plans to counter thetypical cftlike face. good timing. last week facebook admitted teens are ditching them in a big way. shots of me goes online later this week.

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