World News Now: Wednesday, June 18, 2014

In today's news: tornado damage clean-up; high school cheating scandal; rare stamp worth millions.
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Transcript for World News Now: Wednesday, June 18, 2014
Winner of five. Peace. Recognized as -- winner for overall excellence in television and read. More Americans choose to sing -- ABC's world news now. Your friends -- and Devin Dwyer and I -- and nine and -- -- top stories on this Wednesday June 18. More severe storms are zeroing in on the planes after a pair of giant tornadoes virtually leveled an entire town in Nebraska. Dozens of homes in -- were completely torn apart or damaged. Beyond repair. One of the twisters was an -- for smoothing down with 200 mile an hour winds leaving two people dead including -- five year old girl. Meteorologists were amazed at the size and intensity. Students at a suburban Detroit high school are facing major disciplinary action after an entire class was caught cheating on a final exam. School administrators believe some students got a hole in the test answers while the teacher stepped out of the classroom. They then took pictures of the answers and share them with everyone the scam was uncovered -- almost every student scored 100%. On the test. Toronto mayor rob Ford says he'll be back at work on June 30 -- after two months in rehab. Fortson a letter to City Hall saying he intends to resume his duties and he wanted office locks were stored. Also trying to filmmakers are raising money for a documentary based say we'll pull back the curtain on Ford's often unsavory past and present the working title of the film. Up and smell. And a follow up. About a story we told you about last week the sale of a very very expensive stamp. It happened here in New York the 1856. British guy on a one cent magenta sold to an anonymous buyer for record nine point five million dollars. Talk about a serious hike in the cost of postage there it's the fourth time that stamp is broken the same auction price record and -- in its history. Before the -- that was expected to sell for between ten and twenty million dollars how that I get more news any time -- abcnews.com. On Devin Dwyer and I'm marina nine and thanks for watching. This is ABC's world news now available anytime anywhere you want to. -- --

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