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southwest sweden, a commuter we're back with that spectacular crash. southwest sweden, a commuter train slammed into a bus that stalled on the tracks. the bus was empty, but the train was carrying about three people. they were treated with minor injuries. a legal team is now in place to investigate the sexual harassment allegations against new york governor andrew cuomo, who is refusing to resign. the state attorney general
appointed a former federal prosecutor to look into the claims of misconduct. five women have being accused the governor of inappropriate behavior. some state officials have joined calls for him to resign. others are reserving judgment until the investigation is eefr. one of the first pets is apparently in the doghouse and out of the white house. major biden had what's being described as a biting incident last week, according to cnn. the condition of the victim is not known. cnn says both major and fellow first pet champ have been returned to the biden family home in delaware. the dogs moved into the white house about a week after the inauguration. some football news, starting in the college ranks. les miles is out as head coach at kansas. the move comes days after he was put on administrative leave because of sexual misconduct allegations during his tenure at lsu. miles and kansas reached a mutual agreement to part ways. he spent more than 11 seasons at lsu, winning the national title
in 2007. and cowboys' quarterback dak prescott has a new contract. and he is a very rich man. according to espn, the two-time pro bowler received a four-year, $160 million deal. >> that's a sweet deal. >> it sure is. coming up, the comparisons now drawn between prince harry's wife and his late mother. and later in our good news tues, the impromptu performance put on by an airport worker. you're watching "world news now." you're watching "wor do you have a life insurance policy you no longer need? now you can sell your policy, even a term policy, for an immediate cash payment. we thought we had planned carefully for our retirement. but we quickly realized that we needed a way to supplement our income. if you have one hundred thousand dollars or more of life insurance you may qualify to sell your policy. don't cancel or let your policy lapse without finding out what it's worth. visit conventrydirect.com to find out if you policy qualifies. or call the number on your screen. coventry direct,
♪ iit mother we gry and sad with how things have turned out. >> the interview has many drawing parallels between the struggles of meghan markle and pincess diana decades ago. here's maggie rulli. >> reporter: she was one of the most-beloved figures in modern history, affectionately dubbed "the people's princess", from down to earth personality, her philanthropic efforts to casting aside protocols and her shoes to compete in a mother's day run. she was a royal the public could relate to. and when meghan entered the scene people quickly began to compare the two. their sense of style. their humanitarianism, their refusal to stay silent.
both under intense scrutiny from the press, diana stalked by cameras at every turn. meghan fighting back with lawsuits and ultimately stepping back from royal duties. and, when they were ready, both women telling their side of the story. >> were you silent? or were you silenced? >> the latter. >> before meghan's bombshell interview on sunday, there was diana, the late princess sharing a glimpse into the secretive world of buckingham palace during her famous 1995 interview with martin bashir. >> well, there were three of us in this marriage, so it was a bit crowded. >> reporter: revealing that her husband, prince charles, was having an affair with camilla parker-bowles, now his wife. >> what effect did that have on you? >> pretty devastating. rampant bulimia, if you can have rampant bulimia, and just a feeling of being no good at
anything, feeling useless and failing at every direction. >> she gave a very damning assessment of life behind closed doors. and now more than 25 years later we have another critical, damaging assessment of what life is like with the royal family. >> reporter: behind closed doors, both women say they struggled, but in public they maintained a royal facade, perhaps the hardest comparison, both women shared how they felt they lived a life of isolation in royalty. >> i did inflict upon myself. i didn't like myself. i was ashamed. i couldn't cope with the pressures. >> were you thinking of harming yourself? were you having suicidal thoughts? epr: rch cks of h meghan's interview will be anything near the magnitude of the late princess. >> this is an interview that i think we'll be talking about for many months, many years, and one that does have the potential to
be very damaging for the monarchy. >> reporter: but the pair seem to be determined to write their own fairy tale. >> what do you think your mom would say about this decision to step back from the royal family? how would she feel about this moment? >> i think she would feel very angry with how this has panned out and very sad. but ultimately, all she'd ever want is for us to be happy. >> our thanks to maggie there in london. i think something incredible that came out during the interview was harry revealing that it was money that his mom left behind that they were able to survive on as well. >> i know, that just tugs at all kinds of heartstrings. and of course she would want them to be happy. as many si pr would he ve meghan markle. >> definitely, so now we are hearing all kinds of things from the fallout of this. royal watchers are saying that
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so you can... retire better ♪ ♪ ♪ it's time for good news tues, and we're kicking it off with a lucky 18-year-old. you know when you turn 18 you want to do a lot of things, and there's things you can legally do like buy a lottery ticket. she got a lottery ticket, and she got $25,000! >> from a $5 cash cow instant game. that's a pretty good payout. >> sloan stanley, congrats to you. don't spend it all in one place, like student loan debt. >> she is i guess going to study elementary education and is going to put it toward her education. >> that is good.
we are going to talk about this special little boy who got his last chemo treatment, and there was a big old celebration, y'all.three of a non-profit that works with families affected by pediatric cancer wanted to contribute. so one organization made signs. another sent a band, a local news showed up. >> this is in columbus, ohio. this is aidan, he's 5 years old. the majority of his life he's been dealing with this fight. he's been a trouper, been incredible. look at that, the community coming out in columbus for him. i love to see that. i also love to see this on this good news tues, an airport worker trying to entertain the public. and doing a good job at it. >> juggling three batons for this young traveler. >> that's mattox waving there at the agent. >> that's impressive.
>> i'm like, are we going to be delayed? is this flight on time, though? we've got to make sure it's okay. that's pretty cool. it says "this lady is my hero", thanks for making traveling so fun. >> especially for a little kid. not easy to travel with little ones. >> shout out to all those folks in sioux falls. and this police dog says he just wants to help. this police dog here is like, i want to help wash the car. >> there we go. >> is he helping? is he helping? >> yeah, apparently, the video captioned, the police said something like not always easy washing the patrol cars, here it is. can be difficult at times. the dog is like, awesome, playtime. i'm in. >> hutchinson, kansas there. you know what? this dog, taking a bite out of crime and out of the sprayer as well. >> yeah. that's a party. >> it's a party. on this good news tues.
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