Transcript for World News Now: Tuesday, April 22, 2014
Your children children's lives fighting an adult battle. -- someone in teen. Me and doctors not spotting the symptoms I can understand how can -- happening this sort of must see what every parent. Diane Sawyer on ABC. ABC's world news now. Total offense online on John -- and I'm Diana -- of the top stories on this Tuesday April 22. It's still hard to believe that a fifteen year old boy managed to fly from California to Hawaii inside the wheel well of -- jet. Expert now say that the teenager likely went into something similar to hibernation shortly after take off due to the lack of oxygen an extreme cold. The FBI says the boy did not specifically choose a trip to Hawaii he just jumped on the first plane hee-seop. Law enforcement officials reported no security threats during an otherwise flawless Boston Marathon around a million people enjoy the sunshine while they cheered on 36000. Runners. Among those on the course were many people who suffered serious injuries last year during those blasts American men -- -- police -- Was the male finisher about Kenya's Rita just two for Kenya won for her second straight. Year and it's going to cost more to sign up for Netflix the Internet video service says it plans to charge new customers. A dollar or two more in the next few months existing subscribers fees will stay the same for now. Netflix wants extra cash to expand Netflix could create more original programming like the blockbuster house of -- -- the Smart contact -- a step closer to market the company secured two patents for. Biometric sensor technology that will help diabetics the contact lenses alert the -- when blood sugar falls to dangerous levels. The application could be just beginning high tech watchers ask. Could who -- glass contact lenses be far behind. Their interest amazing we're becoming the -- we -- are not commodities anytime at abcnews.com I'm John Mueller I'm Diana press thanks for watching. This is ABC's world news now available anytime anywhere you want to. -- NBC. It's America's number one source.
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