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oil prices closing at a record two-year low. a mystery over amazon's plan to open its furirst brick and mortar store. amazon is not saying. "the wall street journal" reports it could function as a warehouse and showcase for inventory but considering manhattan's pricey real estate, that could be pretty expensive. >> you want to go to an amazon store? we're having this debate in the newsroom. the reason we love amazon, it's convenient. one click. it will be here tomorrow. if you want to go to the store, the point is, i don't have to go to the store. >> it's about the convenience. why won't anyone go to the store? i want to order at 2:00 a.m. after the show. after the show, i do a lot of ordering. >> do you? >> i like to order. >> what would you like? >> stuff. i like mugs, ties, shoes, i like -- >> i'm not going to get you a tie. i'm trying to get you to take off the tie. >> oh, no.
ties are staying. a major announcement from electric luxury carmaker tesla. the company unveiled self-driving features an its model s which the founder elan musk called auto pilot. the system will move the car over a lane when the driver uses the turn signal. it will also use cam troos reach speed limit signs and decelerate. accordingly. but it is not a self-driving car. that's what some people had expected. we turn to a young hero whose teacher has him to thank for saving her life. >> the teacher's name is tonya campbell from central virginia. she was eating a salad for lunch when she started choking. she only made it worse taking a sip of water. >> that was when one of the students devon peacock got into action and performed the heimlich maneuver and dislodged a cherry tomato. he just did what he had seen so ny times on tv.
>> there was no formal training. >> just came naturally. >> congrats. some kids if they saw their teacher choking, they might look the other way. >> clearly they like ms. campbell. clearly that student likes ms. campll. >> that's asome. coming up, your top tips for sleeping during the day. we asked people on facebook and twitter for some advice for you. it's not too late to weigh in at wnnfans.com. >> please, i could use this. i heard some good ones are coming in. i'm looking forward to that. it could mean quick cash but also could expose you to identity theft. what you need to know before selling your phone online. you're watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by lifelock. she loves to shop online with her debit card. and so does bill, an identity thief who stole mary's identity, took over her bank accounts, and stole her hard earned money.
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♪ this time of year it's primetime for new smartphone devices to be hitting the market. >> we've got a lot of new devices out there. a lot of options. a lot of us trying to get rid of the old, the new coming. more and more people are choosing to sell their old device and make a little cash. >> didn't even know that's possible. if you don't get rid of all the important information first, you could be in big trouble.
gio benitez reports. >> reporter: many more people are selling their phones online. it's quick cash. technology experts warning consumers to be careful. >> most people have no idea how much information is an the phone. >> reporter: a group of forensic analysts in boston set out to do an experiment. >> we went on to ebay and bought five or six auctions worth of old cell phones. >> reporter: to see how many people don't properly wipe personal data from their phones before reselling. we found social security numbers, bank account numbers, passwords. >> elysium tracked don an original owner of one of the phones they bought. >> i haven't slept for the last week thinking if my phone has been in the wrong hands. >> reporter: she sold her phone to a company that promised to wap all her personal data. >> at the time 120 bucks cash and i bought a new phone with
that. >> 13,000 text messages on it. hundreds of, mail messages. >> 120 bucks is not worth your entire life. >> a common mistake when it comes to wiping your phone. putting it back to factory settings. for an iphone that's hitting a simple reset button. we resetter producer's old iphone 3g. >> it looks like a whole new phone. >> and to be safe, manually deleting any old texts and e-mails an that phone. >> now we'll see if we can bring it back. >> with a little digging, we find all of her original information still an the phone, 2,838 photos extracted. >> how do you protect yourself? each phone is different. >> you'll go into the settings and you'll erase all data. >> our producer's ooriphone, ita few easy steps. erase all contents. and this should wipe it totally
clean? >> that's right. even with all this equipment we have? we won't be able to get anything back. >> gio benitez, abc news, boston. >> do you sell yours? >> no. i hoard all my -- like i've got phones from like ten years ago that i still have. >> absolutely. >> i have phones from when i was in the middle east. i feel better now knowing that. >> you've done the right thing. you can make a little machioneyt it makes you nervous. >> i did see an episode of "breaking bad" where they took a magnet against this police station to wipe the laptop. i figure if it works on the smal screen -- >> "breaking bad" advice from reena ninan. >> coming up, something of insomniac sos. we asked and you've answered. >> you gave us advice about sleeping when others are going about their daily business in the daytime. we'll share some of this advice. good stuff coming in. >> announcer: "world news now"
some sleep. these are very strange hours. >> he's been doing this for a very long time. he does cat nap in between breaks. >> i've only been with abc 2 1/2 weeks and the hours are something i've never experienced before. i don't know how to sleep, when to sleep and it's taking a toll an my health. we've been joking about it, but it's painful at times. >> it is. we asked a lot of you out there for some advice. and it's a conversation we have daily. we crave good sleep. when you work these hours, sleep doesn't come easily. >> we asked you on facebook for your advice. if you work odd hours, when is the best time to sleep? any tips for sleep-deprived overnight anchors. this is what some of you had to say. a lot of people were talking about blackout shades. the best time to sleep is when you can turn the phone off, take a bath, massage your feet and lay uninterpreted. >> i didn't think about the
massage your feet. >>ior own feet? >> it's good for the digestive system. >> is it really? >> i'll try anything at this point. >> a cool shower, brian lewis says. and then get a snuggie. warm under your covers and use an ear bud to block out the noise. >> what was the first part? >> a cool shower. then you can get in a snuggie. you are cold and get runder the snuggie and warm out. >> blackout blinds, a canopy bed and a fan by your head to drown out noise. >> or after the show just go straight to bed. >> that doesn't work. i hate the feeling that the world is getting ahead of me. my mind is the thing that won't relax. >> you know what happens? not much really changes from the five hours you sleep. >> you know how much is going on in the world, what i'm missing
in those five daylight hours? >> what was the most important thing that went on? >> news yesterday. there was news. i wouldn't have gotten my ebola updates. i hate the idea of the world getting ahead of me while i'm, what, sleeping my life away? >> it will be fine. what you need to start with is like iphone break. put the iphone away. give yourself 15 minutes. see if you can handle that. >> i'm going to have someone take a picture. it would have to be my wife. but i'll sleep and you'll see two phones next to my pillow. it's awful. >> i know. one more piece of advice. just keep it simple. this is what he does. you just throw a blanket over your head and blank out the lights and you are snugly and warm and you are at peace with the world. >> but it's weird. >> if anybody is going past their channels right now without
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♪ time for insomniac theater. our look at a couple of movies hitting theaters this weekend. >> this one has a long title "alexander and the terrible horrible, no good very bad day." it's an adaptation of the children's book. they are the mother and father of four, which one is alexander. everybody's day just goes to crap. >> can i have the wipes? >> yeah. oh, sorry. sorry. >> i told you this day was cursed. >> sorry. >> good luck. >> there you go. >> please don't do it today. you're going to fail. >> alexander, give your brother some face. >> the next time you see this
face it's going to be an my driver's license. >> the driving test didn't go so well. a complete disaster. get something mixed reviews. let's trn to roger moore. carell and garner make disney look very smart for hiring movie stars to play the parents. they absolutely make the movie. this guy from the wrap disagreeing. these characters should have to suffer twice as many embarrassments if they want to earn all those adjectives in the title. a film that's not kids stuff. we're talking about "the judge." robert downey jr. plays a big city lawyer who is estranged from his father portrayed by robert duvall. he's the long time judge in their small indiana hometown. dad winds up being accused of murder. he needs a defense attorney but doesn't want it to be hiswn kid. >> a decent lawyer can argue this easily. and by decent i mean honest. someone from here. someone with integrity that an
indiana judge will respect. i obtained one of them this morning. i wish i liked you more. >> bam! take that, son. city slicker you. the verdict on "the judge" got 46% on rotten tomatoes. ed to mccarthy from the hollywood reporter sag even when the circumstances seem contrived the actors mine moments of truth that resonate with raw emotion. imagine my cousin vinny but much longer and without any good parts. something of a hung jury there. >> you saw "gone girl" last week. i won't ask you for your review but i'm going to see one this weekend, the horror movie "annabelle." i'm a horror movie buff. >> something i didn't know about you. >> that's the news for this half hour, folks.
this morning on "world news now" -- ebola anxiety. more cases of the deadly virus pop up, tennisions are running high. major american airports set to begin the screening process and a passenger tossed off a flight for joking about ebola. but the question remains, are we prepared? >> social standoff. an mma fighter going head-to-head with a s.w.a.t. team barricaded inside his home and live tweeting the whole ordeal. the wanted man nicknamed mayhem refusing to gi himself up. and killer bees. one man dead. another seriously injured. the dangerous swarm spilling out from a giant hive overtaking the scene. >> dropped the whole beehive. >> what you need to know that could save your life.
it's friday, october 10th. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> good happy friday. i'm reena ninan. >> i'm t.j. holmes. already discussing our plans for the weekend. sleep is not on the ajnda. >> what are you going to be doing? >> we work some crazy hours here. you don't get a lot of time to do things deari s dearing the w. i'm so excited to get time whith the family an the weekend. >> we'll have him live collapse an set. please stay with us every night because we don't know when that will happen. >> she'll tweet it out, i'm sure. >> i will. let's get started. seems like your -- we keep getting these e-mails. these ebola update constantly. you can't believe what happens day in, day out. growing fears over ebola. now the head of the cdc warning the virus could become a global threat on par with aids if immediate action is not taken.
>> tensions are going so high that a joke on board an airliner turned into a full hazmat situation. marci gonzalez has the latest from dallas. >> reporter: good morning. hospital officials defending themselves saying the ebola patient who died here was not discriminated against and was given the best care possible. and now some positive news about another man who was kept in isolation at this same hospital. the sheriff's deputy tested for ebola in this dallas hospital is back at home given the all clear. michael monnig was admitted feeling sick days after issuing the quarantine order to the home where deceased ebola patient thomas eric duncan had been staying. >> the public is safe. we need to all stay calm and carry on with our daily lives. >> reporter: we learned the same crew of 15 people who later cleaned that apartment were also tasked with decontaminating the hospital where duncan died, sterilizing machines, collecting
everything he touched, sending it all to an unsinerator. worldwide concerned about ebola and protecting health care workers growing. in spain, a nurse's aide is battling the virus and several other health care workers are quarantined after treating an ebola patient there. one doctor saying the sleeves an his protective suit left his skin exposed. >> that's unbelievable. it's incredibly dangerous. >> reporter: hospitals in the u.s. now running drills making insure workers know how to protect themselves. training also offered are? airport staffers. and as five u.s. airports prepare to start screening passengers arriving from west africa, another sign of hour seriously the threat is being taken. a man escorted off this usairways flight by a hazmat team after he sneezed and joked that he had ebola. while it turned out passengers were not at risk of being exposed to ebola, airline officials say they were simply
following cdc guidelines. t.j. and riena? officials in mexico say a maurge drug congressopinion is in custody this morning. he was arrested at a traffic checkpoint. he had a $5 million price an his head. here in the u.s., he faces a 46-kont indictment in texas for trafficking, murder. jesse matthew reportedly was driving a taxi in 2009 on the night virginia tech student morgan harrington vanished. harrington was later found dead. she was seen getting into a yellow cab the night she disappeared. police have already said they have forensic evidence linking matthew to her disappearance. sources say authorities recently seized the cab he drove. mixed martial art, jason mayhem miller is in jail after a
tense standoff. they were serving an arrest warrant when he barricaded himself inside. dearing the standoff, miller was live tweeting saying he respected the police but this show of force was overkill. he surrendered after police blew the locks off his door. >> more protests overnight in st. louis following the shooting of a teenager by an off-duty police officer. some people started brning american flags. state lawmaker is among those demanding a justice department investigation of the shooting which happened 20 miles from where michael bron was killed by a police officer. now latest explosive confrontation between police officers and unarmed african-americans. this took place in north carolina. a teen taken as a burglar and pepper sprayed in his ownhouse. more from abc's jim avila. >> reporter: deshaun curry is family. fits right in with his white siblings. but confused police pepper
sprayed the young man in his own north carolina home. mistaking him for a burglar after this 911 call. >> i'm seeing some suspicious person walking around. a black kid. >> reporter: police fond the surprised 18-year-old deshaun coming don the living room stairs. his living room stairs. >> it was like, put your hands on the door. i was like, for what? i was like, this is my house. >> reporter: police say they pepper sprayed the young man when he became belligerent. the latest in a series of incidents causing outrage from florida where a tallahassee grandmother was tasered to the street to a south carolina man shot four times after aggressively reaching for his driver's license. is there more police brutality or justice mo or cameras an the street? the by standers carrying smart phones and surveillance cameras on the street corners. the truth is, we don't really know because no one is keeping
track nationally. police misconduct is expensive. last year, new york paid $137 million in judgments and settlements. chicago, $84 million. >> it's taxpayers who end up forking over the dollars. >> reporter: painful and frightening for the victims, costly for the rest of us. jim avila, abc news, washingto. >> jim makes a good point there. a lot of people in the african-american community have been saying for years this stuff is happening. now you have cameras capturing it. nothing is new here. only the fact more people are being exposed. >> it goes viral. it gets picked up. and the iphones, right? people have cameras. >> everybody has one or two even sometimes in their pocket to catch everything. encourage you to continue to do so. we trn to some weather here. drenching ran has been pounding parts of southern and central arizona. especially heavy near phoenix and mace. roads quickly turned into
rivers. one person got in so deep a fire crew had to rescue him. today's forecast calls for no rain in that area. >> but there's plenty of rain for a marge chunk of the nation. >> accuweather's jason povick joins us. >> active conditions across the plains an this friday. thankfully not severe weather like we had yesterday. the huge hail that pelted west texas to tennis ball sized around amarillo. now it's just some showers and some clouds. and some much cooler temperatures. no longer in the 80s. only in the 50s around amarillo. around dallas, houston, san antonio, still hot. sizzling sunshine. temperatures warming into the 90s here. slight chance for a shower or thunderstorm. as we look toward the upcoming weekend, a better chance of showers and thunderstorms toward the texas gulf coast, as wet weather continues over the tennessee valley. >> thank you, justin.
more legal trouble for adrian peterson. prosecutors in texas want to revoke his bond and put him in jail after he admitted sking pot. keep away from drugs and alcohol were conditions of the $15,000 bond. peterson is charged with child abuse for hitting his son with a tree branch. trning to the college game. the georgia bulldogs will be without todd gurley in a crucial game against missouri tomorrow. and they may be without him for some time to come. gurley who is highly regarded as a front-runner for the heisman has now been suspended indefinitely for an alleged violation of ncaa rules. "sports illustrated" citing an anonymous source saying the investigation involves whether gurley was paid $400 for signing 80 pieces of memorabilia. dairy queen has become the latest company to fall victim to hackers. the ice cream chain says its payment systems were breached between august and september. and hackers may have gained access to customer names along with credit and debit card num
berss. about 400 stores across the country were affected. follows cyberattacks an target, home depot and other stores. >> dairy queen? they are hacking dairy queen? >> you have to buy your blizzard with oreos with cash, i think. >> you can't even go get a sundae? >> cash is congreking now. they are losing a lot of pep in their steps. fast food, that doesn't really count anymore. the slowest they've been in 20 years. the average customer weight at a drive-through is now more than 3 1/2 minutes. okay. still, that's pretty quick to get a meal. still that's up 40 seconds from last year. the slow don being blamed an rapidly expanding menus making it tough for workers to keep pace. they're getting more complicated, trying to give us more variety. one thing just a cheesebrger. now the burger has all kinds of fancy stuff on it. i don't do fast food much.
it's not all that unusual for unexpected visitors to drop into police stations. for the most part, these are the two-legged variety. >> check this scene out. this is in england. a horse just walked in through the front door. turned himself in. you see a staffer trying to shoo away this animal. they were able to coax it out the door n escorted it back home wherever home is. >> how did they coax it? no carrots? no dairy queen? >> they just talked it out. >> the puns were flying. the superintendent issued a statement which said we were "saddled" with the unexpected "neigh-bor" which became the "main" event of the shift. coming up in "the mix," cakes that look like the main course.
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we turn to a situation out in southern california. dangerous one and even a deadly one. >> the landscapers recovering from critical injures he sustained when he was attacked by dozens of bees. another man died from the same attack. clayton sandell reports. >> reporter: these firefighters are not fighting a fire. they're spraying foam and pesticide where swarming bees attacked a landscaping crew. one person was killed. >> apparently one of the workers was very close to the actual bees. >> reporter: the six-foot long 100-pond hive was discovered in the eaves of this tucson area home. officials believe they were africanized killer bees. >> pretty aggressive. they were already dropping don at me as soon as i started approaching it. >> reporter: stings kill about 40 people every year. experts say it takes roughly 1,000 or more stings to kill an adult. bees can also wreak havoc in
other ways. >> we've got bees. >> reporter: this tractor trailer carrying beehives overtrned in delaware. >> dude dropped a whole beehive. >> snarling traffic. >> just zip this up. >> reporter: rick has removed thousands of honeybee swarms from homes around denver. >> when it comes to so-called killer bees, what's the one thing you never want to do. >> don't mess with them. call someone that's qualified to grab them for you. >> reporter: back in arizona, officials are warning about angry bees that may still be buzzing around but now without a hive. clayton sandell, abc news, denver. >> that's arizona. i said california at the beginning, but still, you think about one bee. everybody wants to swat away one bee. but this can be a deadly thing. >> i've got a huge beehive outside my house. i told family members i wanted to call in somebody and they laughed at me.
it's nature. who are you going to call in? >> family member is at risk here. >> thank you for making me feel better. >> unfortunately, they are asleep right now. will you call them? coming up -- usually i get upset when other abc news correspondents get these plush assignments. >> you can't feel bad. alex marquardt has been to lebanon and the dangerous parts of iraq. but he's trading it for lots of luxury high in the sky. also inner next half hour, those laser incidents during an nfl game last weekend. guess who won't be heading back to the nfl stadium any time soon. you're watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now"
he's fond himself in lots of inn savory places around the world. i think this may be gaza. >> given where he's been, we're okay with alex enjoying himself every once in a while. especially for this latest assignment. >> i'd love a glass of sham pan. >> reporter: this is how the other half lives. as more and more people are crammed into coach at the front of the plane, airlines are now taking first class to new heights. >> it's becoming increasingly competitive. they are all one-upping. >> reporter: they are about to debut a three-room apartment called the res dense where a butler attends to your every need. >> this is something that's never been done before. >> singapore airlines has introduced suites class feet are august dozen private pod with beds where a round trip ticket is around $15 thos and often more. we wanted to experience the suites for ourselves so the
airline gave us tickets to fly from new york's jfk to frankfurt. you're whisked ahead of the long snaking lines at security and then escorted to the plane. >> good evening. how are you? >> as you settle in, they present you with the goodies. >> toiletries. >> reporter: then the fun begins. >> can i have the caviar? >> a five-star dinner with course after course after course. and once your stomach is bursting, time to slip into your pjs and that famous bed. >> one of the services singapore airlines looks to tout is their tuck-in service. >> thank you. good night. >> reporter: no sooner did i fall asleep than we were already much toing down in germany. >> here we are in frankfurt. a flight unlike any other. a great bed. if i had any complaint, it's that the flight itself wasn't long enough. as soon as you get through all the courses of dinner and fall asleep, it's like you're waking back up. i really don't know how i'm
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this morning on "world news now" -- missing leader. north korea's kim jong-un has not been seen in over a month. the young leader's disappearance fueling speculation of a coup. could he have been removed or is his health failing. ceo outrage. the head of microsoft with some interesting advice for women. don't ask for a raise. so what's behind his turn of phrase and why he's backtracking after backlash. culprit caught. the fan in the stands who admitted to shining a laser at nfl players. he learns his punishment. and later in "the skinny," katy perry has a new and very high-profile gig. here's a hint. she'll be following in beyonce's footsteps. it's friday, october 10th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now."
>> we were just saying katy perry was on "talking sports." made a splash last week at the ole miss game. why? i don't know. >> now we know. i think there was a reason. i don't think that was coincidence. >> we'll put all that together. i'm t.j. holmes alongside reena ninan. good morning to you all. >> despite being friday. we have some serious news. the latest example was a passenger on a plane from philadelphia to the dominican republic allegedly sneezed and then said, i have ebola. >> that prompted, as you can guess, an incredible scene aboard the plane as men in hazmat suits board and escort the alleged patient from the plane. airline said its response was in line with cdc guidelines. meanwhile in texas, more on the death of thomas eric duncan. here now abc's cecilia vega in dallas. >> reporter: it took a crew of 15 people a full 24 hours to decontaminate the dallas hospital where thomas eric
duncan died. moving methodically through several rooms, sterilizing machines, collecting everything duncan touched, clothing, gloves, bedding, sending it all to an incinerator. it's the same team that cleaned the apartment where duncan stayed. good news for another person who ventured into that apartment. after feeling sick, a sheriff's deputy rushed to the hospital by paramedics in hazmat gear. doctors now saying he tested negative for ebola. >> the public is safe. we need to all stay calm and carry on with our daily lives. >> reporter: now even as hospitals in the u.s. run ebola response drills, new concern about health care workers. eight doctors and nurses in spain in isolation after treating an ebola patient. only one has the disease but a spanish doctor complaining the sleeves on his protective suit leave his arms bare. the cdc recommends anyone
in contact with ebola patients wear a face mask, two layers of gloves, shoe covers, leg covers. some hospitals go even further with full-body chemical resistant hooded tyvek suits taping gloves to sleeves and suits to boots so not a fraction of skin is exposed. airports on high alert, too. authorities in hazmat suits boarding a usairways flight arriving in the dominican republic from philadelphia all because a sneezing passenger joked he had ebola. false alarm. the airline saying the safety of our customers and employees is our first priority. the hospital is now defending itself against charges of unequal treatment from duncan's family saying duncan received the same level of care that any patient would and that doctors and nurses here are mourning his loss, too. cecilia vega, abc news, dallas. turning to an uneasy cease-fire holding in eastern ukraine. resident do their best to return to their normal lives. mail service is sketchy at best. those relying on pension and
government payments must stand in long lines for humanitarian aid. some fighting continues around the city's outskirts between government troops and separatist rebels. leaders are keeping a close eye on north korea where its reclusive leader has remained out of the public eye for nearly five weeks. the mysterious absence of kim jong-un is fueling a flood of speculation. everything from his health to a possible coup. the north's ruling party is celebrating its 69th anniversary today. so far, no sign of kim. a 21-year-old hiker has been reunited with her family after becoming lost near snoqualmie pass in washington state. paula reuter and her two dogs were lifted to safety yesterday. they spent three nights in rugged terrain where temperatures dropped into the 40s. she told rescuers she ate mushrooms while lost and was able to build a fire. parts of japan are bracing for a typhoon. the most powerful storm to form on earth this year. new satellite images show the
storm with its clear eye about 50 miles across. it's weakening but still moving in the direction of the american base on okinawa. >> some milder weather here, though some areas are in for a soaking today. >> accuweather meteorologist justin povick joins us with details. good morning. >> thank you, t.j. and reena. as we start off this friday, it's going to be on the wet side here throughout much of the e middle atlantic and back into the tennessee valley. some soaking showers, travel delays, wet roads, and some cool temperatures found throughout the northeast as well. high temperatures only warming into the upper 50s later on friday from burlington to syracuse and buffalo. factor in the wind, it's going to feel like it's in the 40s. a little warmer further off to the south, closer to d.c. >> thank you so much, justin. the head of microsoft is really burning up the internet, under fire for saying that women don't need to ask for a raise and should just trust the system to pay them well.
>> satya nadella has apologized but the remark underscores challenges for women in the overwhelm league male tech world. abc's josh haskell with more. >> reporter: it's an issue that continues to plague the tech industry. a lack of gender diversity. a comment by microsoft's ceo thursday wasn't the answer women were looking for. >> it's not really about asking for the raise but knowing and having faith that the system will actually give you the right raises. >> reporter: that was his answer to a question about whether women should ask their bosses for a raise. he said it would be good karma to let things play out. >> there was a gasp. there was this audible intake of breath saying, did i hear that right? >> reporter: christina wallace who runs a program that introduces girls to computer science said she wasn't discouraged by what the ceo of microsoft said. >> i think we left a little bit more emboldened. it was that moment where what we already believed about the system was confirmed on stage in
a keynote. >> reporter: that's because tech companies are made up of mostly white and male employees. at microsoft, 29% of its employees are female. at apple, 20%. and at twitter, 10%. it's a sensitive topic that dominated social media following nadella's remark. it didn't take long for him to apologize tweeting, was inarticulate how women should ask for raise. our industry must close gender pay gap so a raise is not needed because of a bias. in addition to the tweet, satya nadella sent a letter to all microsoft employees saying his answer was completely wrong. nadella added he's supportive of programs that close the pay gap. reena and t.j.? >> before all this went down, what was his reputation in the tech industry when it came to women's issues? >> nadella was a prominent advocate for women in tech and
at microsoft. following his controversial remark, the moderator, maria who happens to be on the board at microsoft and is a well-respected voice said, quote, this is one of the very few things i disagree with you on. >> it's good he had that reputation going in. maybe that's going to help soften the blow of this controversy. josh, thank you. >> i think he needs that. a man who took so-called up-skirt photos at the lincoln memorial has been cleared of voyeurism charges. a judge ruled women who sit on the steps of the iconic memorial have no expectation of privacy under their skirts. she further said that the up-skirt photographer did not go to extraordinary lengths to get his shots of women's underwear. the state of utah is appealing a federal ruling that struck down parts of its anti-polygamy law. the lawsuit initially brought by the family on the tlc reality show "sister wives" led to a landmark decision that removed the threat of arrest for utah families consisting of multiple spouses.
cody brown has said his family is willing to take this fight all the way to the supreme court. the old saying crime doesn't pay is usually true especially when the criminals aren't that bright. and their antics are caught on camera. >> two men to show you here. thought they had a great plan. pose as customers. hide out until the score closed and get away with goods. but it all went a little sideways. one of them emptied a store shelf and climbed on. his partner restocked the shelf, bought a few things. then left the store. >> once the store closed the man hiding on the shelf made his move, not realizing he triggered an alarm. he left out the back door without taking a single thing with him. >> i love these things. you can't get any better than this. criminals, it's not like "oceans eleven." those guys are good. these guys are morons. i love it. >> so what's the moral of the story? >> unless you wear tailored suits to commit the crime, you probably shouldn't even try.
>> advice from the bad boy. >> no. >> t.j. holmes. coming up in "the skinny," sofia vergara's secrets to staying in great shape. plus, paying the price for the laser incident during last week's game in detroit. the culprit caught. you're watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by duracell batteries. 24 stretch, all diamond all diamonds on 3, break! when the game's on the line... hit him with a hard count, see if they'll tip their hand. the nfl trusts duracell quantum to power their game day communication. they're blitzing up the gut! get out of the pocket! hut! duracell quantum. lasts up to 35% longer than the competition. she loves to shop online with her debit card.
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it was a wild back and forth battle on "thursday night football." andrew luck and the colts were making it look easy in the first quarter against the texans. they went out to a 24-0 lead. >> but this became a game finally. the texans slowly started getting back into it. arian foster running for a couple tds. j.j. watt recovered a fumble and returned it for a td. houston was within five points of the lead, but that's actually how it ended. the colts hold out for a 33-28 victory. every single game on thursday night has been a blowout by 29 points at least on average. good to have a competitive game. >> last night's game wasn't marred by any incidents involving fans with lasers. >> remember that game last sunday, bills/lions, somebody putting a laser down there trying to disrupt the game. that guy now is paying the price. we get the details from mara schiavocampo. >> reporter: watch as a powerful laser hits bills player colton schmidt in the chest. moments later, kyle orton
appealing to the ref for help. pointing at his eyes. >> that's definitely not something, you know, you prepare for. >> obviously, it's illegal and certainly something we don't condone. >> reporter: the detroit lions confirming the mystery fan who shined that blinding light onto the field has been caught and banned indefinitely from future games. thanks to his own play-by-play. marco beslach, a recent high school graduate tweeting, you see a green light on any of the bills players. just laugh cause it's me. lasers like this one are not only distracting but dangerous. when shined directly into the eyes, capable of causing permanent damage in just seconds. we set up a little test. this light is shining from an entire football field away. lasers also a threat to pilots in the sky. according to the fbi, almost 4,000 incidents last year. offering a $10,000 reward for tips leading to an arrest.
as for the lions fan, he's also been charged with a misdemeanor for disorderly conduct and will likely have to pay a fine. laser pointers are banned in all stadiums but most are no bigger than the size of a pen. very easy to sneak in and out. mara schiavocampo, abc news, new york. >> how big of a problem is it going to be. the detroit -- they kicked out the guy who used the laser but they also kicked out the guy who was a season ticket holder that the guy who had the laser was using. he was using somebody else's ticket. >> you have to look out for your guests. >> can't believe they took his privileges away. >> this was also tried, lasers an planes. you remember that at jfk and people thought it was funny? it's obviously a much more serious situation but not cool. not cool. coming up in "the skinny,"
the pop star tapped to be on the stage for the super bowl sunday. the big showdown. when is that, february? >> into the big game, are you? we've got a little ways. we've got some surprise nominees for the rock 'n' roll hall of fame. "the skinny" is next. >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations.
so skinny ♪ get my notes together for this. >> taking a look at yourself to make sure you're okay? >> no. i'm making sure i got the rock 'n' roll hall of fame names right. we'll get to that in a second. "the skinny" on this friday. we start with news about the big game, as reena says. >> big game. some refer to it as the big game. >> it's not next week. the super bowl halftime entertainment is set. >> i'm not so good at sports. widespread reports say that katy perry will take the stage while the teams are resting in the locker rooms after the first half. perry had been said to be among the finalists for the high-profile gig. that was along with rihanna and coldplay. >> during her appearance on espn last saturday she reported the nfl scheme to ask artists to pay the league in exchange for forming. no word about that right about now. the super bowl will be played in
glendale, arizona, on february 1st. a sad note this morning. "saturday night live" veteran jan hooks has died. >> she was on "snl" from 1986 to 1991 performing alongside chris farley, mike myers, phil hartman and others. some of her roles, half of the boozy lounge act. ♪ ding ding ding went the bell ♪ >> jan hooks also did impressions of hillary clinton, tammy faye bakker. >> i remember that one. later in her career she had roles an "designing women" and earned an emmy nomination on "third rock from the sun." she'd been battling what's described as a serious illness. she died here in new york. jan hooks was just 57 years old. we turn now to the class of the rock 'n' roll hall of fame.
the nominees now. there are 15 in all. we had to start with this one. ♪ i love rock 'n' roll ♪ put another dime in the jukebox baby ♪ >> joan jett and the blackhearts there with "i love rock 'n' roll." she seems like a hall of famer. also greenday. hard to believe they've been around since 1987. >> also nine inch nails, n.w.a. you remember dr. dre, the ice cube. eze, the crew there. a couple of guys already part of the hall, lou reed and sting both nominated as solo artists. reed inducted as part of the velvet undergrounds and sting as part of the police. >> stevie ray vaughan also nominated. the inductees will be announced in december. the ceremony is next april. "modern family" star sofia vergara is talking about how she keeps that legendary shape of hers in shape. >> she tells "shape" magazine that before she turned 40 she was never into working out.
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♪ it's time that we take a look back at the week that was. hard to believe we're on the verge of mid-october. >> seems like there were plenty of serious stories this week. some fun. here's your "friday rewind." >> we don't have an outbreak. we have one event that is being handled properly. >> i'm deeply saddened. this is something we prayed and hoped would not happen. >> we've been very clear that as long as ebola continues to spread in africa, we can't make the risk zero here. >> you can see them now digging their own graves in the very place they were stationed. >> a huge focus of all of us in law enforcement to try to understand who is being recruited, who is flowing, who is looking to flow back. >> the mother lode of bad ideas.
>> we have ideas like -- >> it's an ugly -- >> there were incidents of harassment, intimidation and bullying that took place on a pervasive level. >> they work hard all summer and then all of a sudden, they wake one day and they're like, you can't even play football. it's just a shock to them. >> it happened. >> with a 10-year-old, okay. >> no, she was 11 and then like 12 and 13. >> oh, my god. >> not being there for my daughter. i've been there since they were born. i can't even imagine not being there. like i'm their mom. >> the newest member of the utah jazz, free agent guard j.p. gibson. >> i knew he was going to go down and score. he's very confident in his skills. >> he rises to the rim and hammers. j.p. gibson with a two-hand flush.
>> i love that one. it was my favorite. >> if you like the look-back here, there's more where that came from. >> and log on to our facebook page, wnnfans.com and check out "in case you missed it." >> you'll see all of our mostly unusual, completely behind the scenes -- we put that up? >> we put some crazy behind the scenes which i haven't seen yet. >> seriously? >> the things you say in commercial break actually make it. >> i did not know that. now they tell me. this is, what, my second full week? >> learn as you go. learn as you go. i hear you have a big weekend. >> i have a big weekend planned. no sleep involved. in fayetteville, arkansas. razorbacks. >> how does it go? >> razorbacks. call them hogs. thank you for that. >> announcer: this is abc's "world news now," informing insomniacs for two decades.
. making news in america this morning. on edge, a joke about ebola leads a full-blown hazmat response as major airports begin extra screening. and why during this health crisis does the u.s. not have a surgeon general. a second night of protests overnight. a community outraged by another shooting by police of a black teenager. no-show in north korea. but where was the nation's young lead center he hasn't been seen in weeks. is he sick? and the unwelcome visitor making himself comfortable at a police station. well, good morning. we begin this fridawi