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this morning on "world news now," president trump clarifying his remarks. >> referencing a documentary he apparently mistook for a news report. it's the latest in a series of gaffs calling into question. and caught on film, the assailants sneaking from behind, and the desperate moments after, when the victim was looking for help. then the liftoff from kennedy space center making history. why this routine blastoff is revising history books as well as advancing space x's quest to ut matly shuttle people around
space. and how about the world champion of billiards. it's colorful post-match interview lighting up the be with on this monday, february it 20th. >> that one is going to be exciting. i'm adrienne bankert. >> we're going to begin with president trump. after a weekend of confusion, there's clarity now about comments he made about sweden. >> the white house says the president was not talking about a terror attack in sweden as he addressed supports saturday. mary bruce has more on that and his ongoing battle with the news media. >> reporter: the white house forced to explain this head-scratching comment from the president, speaking saturday about the link between terrorism
and refugees. >> you look at what's happening in germany. you look at what's happening last night in sweden. sweden. who would believe this. >> reporter: what couldn't be believed, what the president was talking about. incident in sweden? what incident? >> sweden. they took in large numbers. they're have be problems like they never thought possible. you look at what's happening in brussels. you look at what's happening all over the world. >> reporter: even the swedish government baffled, reaching out to the state department for clarification. tweeting sweden? terror attack? what has he been smoking? questions abound. the white house explaining the president was talking about rising crime and recent incidents in general and not referring to a specific incident, adding that the president was referencing a news report he had seen the night before. the comments about sweden game 30 minutes after he railed against a familiar target.
>> the dishonest media, which has published one false story after another. i will never, ever let them get away with it. i will do whatever i can that they don't get away with it. >> reporter: but just thursday he falsely boasted about the size of his electoral college win. >> i guess it was the biggest electoral win since ronald reagan. >> reporter: that's simply not true. and when confronted about it -- >> i don't know, i was given that information. actually, i've seen that information around. >> reporter: the president holding a campaign rally saturday to take his message directly to his supporters, without, what he calls, the filter of the press. >> we are here to speak the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth. >> you guys give donald trump a hard time. you dissect what he said. he's not a politician. he doesn't have the perfect thing to say. but we love the fact that he
goes straight to us. and we can decipher it. >> reporter: as trump declares the media at enemy of the american people, even republican lawmakers are sounding the alarm. >> a consolidation of power, when you look at history, the first thing that dictators do is shut down the press. >> reporter: his own press secretary says the media is not the enemy. >> no, the press, as far as i'm concerned are a constituency that we deal with, and the, i don't have any issues with the press. >> reporter: the president is facing real challenges. concerns about his travel ban now on hold. questions about his administration's possible ties to russia, and he is still lacking a national security adviser. in florida, the president meeting with at least four possible replacements after michael flynn was forced to resign. that announcement expected to be coming soon. mary bruce, abc news, west palm beach. all right, mary traveling with the president, thank you so much. anti-trump protesters are using
today's holiday to stage "not my president's day" rallies all across the nation. thousands are expected to protest in l.a., new york, chicago and possibly two other cities. more than 1,000 people gathered in times square to protest immigration policies. demonstrators held american flags and held signs saying "i am muslim too", and "no muslim ban". new guidelines are being planned from dhs secretary john kelly. they include hiring more agents, speeding up deportation hearings and making local law enforcement to make arrests. the guide line also make it harder to seek asylum in the u.s. overseas where a $100,000 rye wa reward is being offered on a deadly bombing in somalia. it happened in mogadishu this weekend. although no group has claimed
responsibility, it bears the hallmarks of al shabab. the battle for iraq's second-largest city is on again. iraqi forces have launched a ground offensive to retake the western side of mosul from isis militants. the eastern side was lyiberated last month. it is the last-remaining stronghold by isis in iraq. the aircraft carrier uss carl vinson is now patrolling the south china sea. it's where china has created man-made islands. the navy described its presence and routine. last week, china warned against challenging its sovereignty. and the latest in the apparent assassination of kim jong un's half brother. kim jong nam was killed in malaysia last week. malaysia has now recalled its ambassador to north korea as tensions grow between the two
countries. the crime caught on surveillance video. here's abc's matt gutman with the pictures. >> reporter: all it took was 2.3 seconds to deliver death. grainy airport security video obtained by japanese tv station purportedly showing a single, swift move in which one of two female assassins sneaks up on kim jong nam from behind, covered his face with a cloth laced with a lake wiiquid. later this video showing kim jong nam desperately seeking help from airport security. >> there's every indication based on north korea's history that this was a targeted kill. >> reporter: police say these women were one of the killers. police show her tracking kim jong nam throughout kuala lumpur airport. both are now under arrest. the other woman claims she thought this was part of a
comedy show prank. two autopsies have been conducted. he enjoyed frequenting places like their girls bar. but north korea has rejected the autopsies. there's now a manhunt for four north cray north korean suspects in malaysia. kim jong un is accused of killing off his own uncle and hundreds of government officials over the past couple years. matt gutman, abc news, los angeles. >> many questions there. now the northwest is bracing for more severe storms, especially in northern california. heavy rain han snow in the mountains are expected through the night and the day. forecasters are warning that flash flooding and mudslides are likely even as residents clean up from last week's storms. many residents have bags packed in case they must evacuate their homes as rivers and reservoirs rise.
the heaviest rainfall will be in sacramento. some areas will get as much as five inches of rain. so much there, very strong winds ahead as well. this extreme winter weather in the west has caused another rare sight. this funnel cloud over scottsdale, arizona. it never made contact with the ground. >> a lot of my relatives in california, stay dry. now to the storm over alleged sexual harassment at uber. the ride company's ceo was calling for an urgent investigation into the allegations that include bias and mismanagement. a former uber engineer made the accusations in a lengthy blog post. they include a sexual proposition on her first day on the job and that uber hr brushed off her complaints. and what do you get when you combine the world's greatest basketball players and very little defense. we present the nba all-star
game. they only just stopped scoring in new orleans. the leagues best combined. anthony davis scored 52. 16 players reached double figures. all 24 scored. >> have you ever been to the nba all-star game? i have when it was in dallas. did was a blast. so much showmanship. winning can be a universal language. >> what happens when an english-speaking reporter interviews a japanese-speaking pool player without a translator? to borrow from "cool hand luke", we had an inact to communicate. >> we thought you'd have it a few racks before you did have did. >> my name is naoyuki. yay! english, an a little, no
problem. only slow! >> so here's the background. mr. oi had just won a match at the world pool master's championship. >> he doesn't speak much english, he decided to go with what he knew and wanted to be enthusiastic about it. >> that's the rule of television. if you're not sure how to pronounce the name of a city or a person, say it with confidence. >> that's like when you say reservoirs wise. they rise. >> we didn't even hear that. you were pitch perfect. what this falcon nine did that no other rocket has done for nearly 50 years and what space x is hoping it will do in the not too distant future. and the move to try to crack a cold case. why they're now going door to door to try to catch a murderer. what else do you have to do right now? go on facebook.
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nearly a full couldn'tme nes away, police are resorting to a new tactic. >> the family of alison feldman refuse to give up hope that she will be found. here's abc's ron claiborne. >> reporter: detectives going door to door, collecting dna samples in the search for the person responsible for alison feldman's murder two years ago. >> i've lost sleep over it, sure. >> reporter: the detective has been investigating the slaying from the very beginning, a case with no arrests and no suspects but one key piece of evidence, the killer's dna. >> this person could be incarcerated in another state, but we haven't figured that out yet. it could be somebody that's never been arrested. >> reporter: with no dna match in the database, police are asking for members of the
community to voluntarily submit a sample of their dna. >> >> at this point, it's used as a rule-out method as well as it could be our person. >> reporter: raising legal concerns by some. >> in is a textbook, random and arbitrary search that is unconstitutional and unlawful. >> reporter: for feldman's loved ones, it is a welcome sign that police are not letting her case go cold. >> they are true workers. >> reporter: the family gathering in a vigil friday to mark the two-year anniversary of the slaying. >> it's been two years since i last spoke to my best friend. but we will get justice. >> reporter: ron claiborne, abc news, new york. >> the tactics used, going door to door, that sounds unprecedented. but in a case here in queens, they were talking about familiaral dna when they could not find a match. >> two years living with that
question of who did that. >> hopefully they find an answer soon. coming up, your private moments going very public, as security cameras become smaller, cheaper and more user-friendly, they become increasingly easy to hack. the risks you need to know about before you put it online. how the launch of this rocket has moved space x one step closer to its goal of shuttling humans to space. you're watching "world news now" from earth.
♪ i got to testify ♪ come up to the spot looking extra fly ♪ ♪ from the day i die, i'm going to touch the sky ♪ i was trying to figure out the connection to the song. it's a falcon nine rocket that literally touched the sky. >> nice jazzy music to launch this story. it's the tenth time elon musk's space x launched a blast. here's david kerley. >> and liftoff. >> reporter: the flames and smoke from space x's falcon nine
liftoff brought it back to life, a success for elon musk, who just last year suffered a second setback when one of his rockets exploded. the launch from nasa's historic launch pad 39a where lance armstrong bid the earth farew l farewell. the space agency is calling this launch a turning point. >> part of me feels exalted that the pad's coming back into use. >> reporter: the dragon capsule and its payload of more than 5,000 pounds of scientific experiments, research equipment and supplies will dock with the international space station on tuesday. david kerley, abc news. >> awesome. >> that's exciting. coming up, a baby boy sees
his mother clearly for the first time. >> "the mix" is next. sick, huh? i'm good. i just took new mucinex clear and cool. what's this sudden cooooling thing happening? it's got a menthol burst. you can feel it right away. new mucinex clear & cool. feel the menthol burst. while powerful medicine clears your worst cold symptoms. let's end this. you knmegared omega-3s... but did you know your eyes, your brain, and your joints really love them too? introducing megared advanced 4in1...
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while powerful medicine clears your worst cold symptoms. let's end this. ♪ it is time for "the mix." okay. we love heart-warming stories. the first story today is going to make you smile. imagine an infant baby sighing mommy for the first time with the help of glasses. check this video out. oh, my goodness, so precious. this is emil. baby emil. no y on the emily. we're seeing -- it's a little boy. that makes more sense. seeing mommy for the very first time. and this was captioned in day nich -- danish. our little baby had to go through a lot to sit here and smile, but now they're here. look at that. >> i wonder how they get glass, glass requires so much of them
asking can you see? how does a baby. >> by that smile, that's all the test you need. love it. >> that's it. this is an awesome story, too. this is a guy who got an apology letter from an ex. let's look at that. he posted this on twitter. he got that letter. he marked it up as if he was a professor, and he gave her a d minus. he says he would give her a revision for half credit. that would be accepted. it's gone viral. 90,000 retweets. look at that. >> i would say this is a sign, don't write a letter to your ex. pick up the phone. this all started with a college student named connor who didn't do his chores. mom paid him back by sending him the garbage he was supposed to take out in the mail disguised
as a care package. >> that is wrong. >> mama was never playing around. >> that is wrong. can you imagine what that smelled like when you opened it? now something a little nicer. a lizard. we're talking about a lizard here, and we've got video. this is a loveable lizard that waves back. okay, ready? wait for it. >> hi, lizard, hi. >> what's up? >> that is amazing. >> it's almost like wax on, wax off. wax on. or maybe wax on, and that's it. >> that is amazing. look at that lizard. >> did you have any pets that did tricks as a kid? >> not these kind of tricks. >> i had a guinea pig. he didn't do anything. >> he sounded exciting. i had a turtle. a little baby turtle. >> you kept it alive? >> well -- >> we won't talk about that
this morning on "world news now." the west bracing for more severe weather as we start the week. the powerful pacific storm threatening to dump a half of foot of rain. sinkholes opening out of nowhere with more mudslides expected. and president trump starts the week with plenty on his plate, including finding a replacement for the national security adviser position. he dismissed his last week. meanwhile, republican leaders are calling on the president to get tougher with russia. details ahead. and new this half hour, are the security cameras in your home revealing your private moments to hackers. and the growing risk to your privacy by security cameras. what you need to know about who
may be watching you and how to protect yourself. and angelina jolie in a rare and candid moment. the actress gets emotional, opening up for the first time about her divorce from brad pitt. we'll tell you what she said and didn't say later on "the skinny." it's monday, february 20th. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> oh. you know what? it's interesting. i never would have thought that in february new york would have better weather than the west coast. >> i was in a tee shirt yesterday walking around, in a tee shirt. >> it was gorgeous today, well, yesterday. what day is it? >> it's like mid-spring. >> it's nice outside, but we can't say the same for california. that new round of storms moving into northern california overnight. >> some higher elevations will grow more intense overnight. the bay area could see three to six inches of rain as could the
sacramento area. >> cajon pass, this swallowed a fire truck. it's amazing to see how big these sinkholes are. the lane on interstate 15 gave way, but all the firefighters got out safely. >> after a closer examination, some repairs were made to the damaged oroville dam. >> reporter: parts of california bracing for a second round of dangerous rain. in maxwell, voluntary evacuation orders under way. that community already under water. this elementary school flooded with torrential downpours expended overnight. >> i have a suitcase packed. this is our home. i mean, to leave here, what am i going to do? >> reporter: some families near fresno prepared to leave, concerned a levee nearby could break. crews rushing to patch a dozen holes in it. a close eye on the compromised
oroville dam, the waters receding giving a better view of the damage. even with more rain in the forecast, they believe the dam will hold. friday's storm now blamed for at least five deaths in southern california, where they are now cleaning up from some extreme damage. crews repairing interstate 15 after it crumbled, taking this fire truck with it minutes after the crew escaped. so many clearing away trees brought down by high winds and finally, moving vehicles trapped in mud. >> we had to dig out the cars and literally pull them out. >> reporter: and efforts to focus the road and sewage pipe beneath after two cars were swallowed by this massive sinkhole, marci gonzalez. >> that is insane. let's get complete weather picture for northern california. >> my hometown. cam tran joins us with details.
>> we are looking at very stormy weather out west once again. we have rain moving in and another major storm on tap for tonight and tomorrow. locally higher amounts especially across the central valleys of california and foothills, and that includes the oroville area. we're expecting snow in the higher elevations of the sierras as well. on top of that, winds will be blustery. right along the coastlines, gusts of over 60-65 miles per hour. now in texas, a separate storm system will bring heavy rain across southeast texas, including houston and the galveston area where we have flash flood watches in effect. in washington this week, the week ahead begins with a continued search for a national security adviser. the president met yesterday with at least four possible replacements for michael flynn. the list includes acting national security adviser keith kellogg, former u.s. ambassador to the u.n., john bolton,
lieutenant general h.r. mcmaster and lieutenant general robert cass lynn. the weekend ended with the white house explaining the president's remarks about sweden at a saturday rally. the comments seemed to indicate there was some sort of attack on the nordic nation on friday. >> you look at what's happening in germany. you look at what's happening last night in sweden. sweden. who would believe this? sweden. >> now a spokesperson says the reference was to rising crime in sweden. not a specific incident. the president tweeted he'd seen the information on a television news report. and vice president mike pence is in brussels today for meetings with nato and european union officials. the vice president and his wife and daughter visited a nazi concentration camp. they placed a wreath at the center of the camp. more than 200,000 people were held at dachau.
and about 40,000 died there. the vice president also addressed a security conference in munich during his overseas stint. at that same conference, lindsey graham urged the president to take action against russia over alleged attempts to interfere in the u.s. presidential elections. graham told a group of world leaders that congress needed to get involved to make sure russia faced consequences. >> to my friend mr. lavrov, i hope you finally suffer some consequences for what you and your regime have been doing to democracies in 2017 is going to be a year of kicking russia in the ass in congress. >> some tough language there. he says he plans to introduce a bipartisan motion for new sanctions against russia. russia has repeatedly denied meddling in the election. >> some people calling it tough language. others getting a quick laugh out of it. in new jersey, a pilot survived the crash of his plane
right in the middle of a neighborhood. the pilot was briefly trapped inside. no one on the ground was hurt. but four cars were destroyed or damaged. that piloted is now in the hospital. and a freak accident in the bronx. a customer was trapped between shelves when a minute ivan crashes into a convenience store in the bronx. food and merchandise tumbled on top of him, but he is remarkably going to be okay. >> incredible. investigators in a washington, d.c. suburb are searching for the cause of a fire that destroyed a multi-million dollar home. there were no hydrants nearby. something neighbors have complained about before. >> reporter: this is what's left of a multi-million dollar mansion in a northern virginia suburb. >> fire had gone through the roof. >> reporter: fire gutted this 6,000 square foot home, nestled in a neighborhood not far from
the cia headquarters. fire crews were on the scene in moments, dowsing the flame from their own water supply. but it took over 20 minutes to tackle the fire with water from a hydrant over 2,000 feet away. nearly ten propane tanks sitting near the house threatened to make matters worse. >> sound like propane let loose in the house. >> they had to cool those tanks as well as suppress the fire in order to try to gain some control of the fire. >> reporter: the house is owned by the embassy of the united arab emirates, everyone including two dogs escaped safely, smoke alarms tipping them off. >> thankfully, they had smoke alarms and they alerted the occupants who were here. >> reporter: there's what's left an of the washer and drier.
embers are still smoldering. fire investigators won't know what caused the blaze until it's fully out. abc news, mclean, virginia. many of you may be hit with lottery fever as the jackpot faces $400 million. that's after saturday's drawing again resulted in no winner. no one has won the powerball jackpot since december 17. the next drawing is wednesday. good luck to us. >> good luck to us. are you going to do did? i'm going to do did. the spy camera inside your home. what you need to know about that home security camera before you put it online. and lifetime is getting an earful about its britney spears movie that premiered this weekend. what angry viewers have been saying on twitter in "the skinny." you're watching "world news now." "world news now" weather, brought to you by carfax.com. car fax.com. fe used car. you could start your search at the all-new carfax.com
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so let's talk about some students doing important work here. penn state students raised more than $10 million this weekend for charity. a 46-hour dance marathon benefits children with cancer. for nearly two days participants can't sleep or even sit down. >> it is the biggest studen student-philanthropic event. even the nittany lion got into the act. so cool. >> look at that. it was jammed. >> $10 million. >> that's going to go to some really great projects and
research. and technology that gave a growing number of us cues to protect our home. >> to protect us. >> it may end up exposing our most private moments in a very, very public way. >> as home security cameras increasingly become smaller, cheaper and easier to install and use, they're becoming increasingly easy to hack. >> reporter: a wakeup call for families using home surveillance cameras that could be broadcasting your private moments, 24/7. >> we have security cameras to present them, and i feel like i failed. >> reporter: this houston whom terrified when she found out her daughter's every move was streaming online. >> dressing, sleeping, playing. >> reporter: uncovering those live streams. >> here's an indoor shot here. >> reporter: just takes a simple online search. we found one trained on a family's driveway, another catching parents and kids come and go at this boston school. hackers find the ip addresses of
your camera online and try to crack your password. and if you haven't changed that default password, you're vulnerable. >> anybody can look up the manual and find my information. >> very often the passwords are one, two, three, four. default setting. >> and a lot of people don't know that their user manual is online and anybody can go in and find that generic password and get access to that camera. >> one, two, three, four. that's the password. >> kind of crazy. get your password set, people. when we come back, angelina jolie opens up publicly for the first time about her divorce from brad pitt. and while the entire world seems to be panning the new britney spears movie, "the skinny" is next. britney spears movie, "the skinny" is next. how do they avoid trips to the post office? stamps.com mail letters, ship packages, all the services of the post office right on your computer.
♪ so skinny it's time now for "the skinny." and even though we like to do a lot of light, fun, pop news, there's a serious note, starting with angelina jolie opening up publicly about her divorce from brad pitt for the first time. >> it happened during an interview with bbc world news on a story about cambodia. when the interviewer broached the subject, there was a gasp and a full two-seconds pause. >> i don't want to say much about that except to say it was a very difficult time, and we are a family, and we will always be a family. and we will get through this time. and hopefully be a stronger family for it. >> and the actress split from pitt last september after 12 years together. and they've since been locked in a bitter custody battle over their six children. but jolie did say she and pitt
are putting the children first. so that's good there. >> divorce affects everyone. >> everyone, absolutely. and next to the almost universal hatred in the twitt s sphere. >> there was no britney spears music in it. >> leading the charge was actress sarah michelle geller saying who lit this movie, and why does he hate women? >> and other comments included this is like pulling your wisdom trooet wi teeth with no drugs painful. only one hour and 50 minutes to go. >> another tweet said i've been watching the britney spears lifetime movie for four minutes and it's already the worst thing i've ever seen. >> and another viewer asks, what's a bigger train wreck, britney spears' life or the
lifetime movie about britney spears' life. too close to call. what is the deal with haters. >> you know, i don't like that one. >> the fact of the matter is, everyone has some traumdrama. to be such a harsh critic. yes, we have some issues, but when you're going to make a movie about somebody who's not even along for the ride and you can't even use any of her music, what's the point? >> she had those issues, but listen, what she has done since, that vegas show is hugely successful. didn't she perform at one of these shows? next to plenty of social media love for madonna's two new twins. >> she shared video over the weekend of her newly-adopted 4-year-old twins from malawi singing "twinkle twin equkle li
star." the video now has half a million views and nearly 3,000 comments. i love how enthusiastic they are. sell it, girls. >> and finally, to another singing legend giving a helping hand to a budding musician. >> bruce springsteen caught a glance of one teenager's sign that said "missed school, now can i play grownup with you"? that's when this ♪ ♪ >> and the teenager may have missed school, but he did get a lesson from springsteen, who told him, it's not how well you play that guitar but how well you look doing it. he suggested trying out
different poses in front of a mirror as he did so many decades ago as a young boss. >> priceless. >> we'll be right back. sick, huh? i'm good. i just took new mucinex clear and cool. what's this sudden cooooling thing happening? it's got a menthol burst. you can feel it right away. new mucinex clear & cool. feel the menthol burst. while powerful medicine clears your worst cold symptoms. let's end this. you knmegared omega-3s... but did you know your eyes, your brain, and your joints really love them too? introducing megared advanced 4in1...
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making news in america this morning, breaking news, heavy damage as a powerful storm system rolls through texas overnight damaging dozens of homes. that as another round of heavy rain soaks the already saturated west coast. both areas could see further destruction today. the forecast coming up. also president trump taking on some serious issues including a new version of his travel ban. he's also working on naming his new national security adviser. another busy week in washington getting under way right now. caught by surprise while in a gas station convenience store. watch this video. this guy never saw it coming. and defense optional, the nba's top talent puts on a high flying record-setting all-star game.