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tonight, the sprint to the finish. six days now to iowa and donald trump and the new poll tonight. why even ted cruz says if donald trump wins iowa and new hampshire, he could be unstoppable. and the question from a young man to hillary clinton about dishonesty. the fbi sting late today. under arrest today. authorities say he was planning to kill dozens here in the u.s. what the plot entailed. a deadly schchl bus crash. a 22 year veteran principal killed and children injured.
warning, calling one suspect hannibel lecter. and we remember an american actor tonight and a face you couldn't forget. good evening. as we e me on the air night, fast moving developments in the race for 2016, six days until iowa now. the national front-runners on both sides trying to hold on to the leads. let's get to the news poll. donald trump in the lead. and senator ted cruz today on the trail in iowa with a warning shot, telling voters if trump wins iowa and hn next, this could be over. using trump's own word's about iowa to fight back. donald trump asking supporters today should he sho up at the debate
leading us off from iowa. >> reporter: tonight, senator ted cruz with a warning to supporters. a prediction about donald trump. >> if donald wins iowa. he right now has a substantial lead in new hampshire. if he went on to win new hampshire as well, there is a good chance he could be unstoppapae and be the nominee. >> reporter: cruz and the super pac unloading ads on the billionaire, using trump's own words. >> i lived in new york city all my life. my views are different than what if i lived in iowa. >> what was donald trump think of iowa? >> how stupid are the people of iowa. >> reporter: trump trying to show he lines up p ith evancals.
endorsement of jerry falwell jr., the president of liberty university. and megyn kelly on fox news, he is still living in this moment. >> you called women fat slobs and disgusting animals. your twitter account -- >> only rosie o'donnelel >> reporter: trumpsking fans if he shouldd boycott the debate since megyn kelly is the moderator. >> she is biassed against me. do you think she can be fair at a debate. >> reporter: a series of republican candidates gunning for third place, some confident. >> i'm very comfortable we are going to have a lot of people make us their first choice. >> reporter: chris christie asking at a young woman snapping why he is not in new jersey. >> i have f fends and family sending me videos, picture, all over the state.
all over the state? really? there's been o county that flooded in the state. i don't know where, all over the state. we have 21 counties, where that happened. second, i don't know what you expect me to do. you want me to go down there with a mop? >> reporter: christy saying he was joking. and donald trump said on fox news he is not sure he will attend the debate on thursday. and they tookk shot at his tweeting, saying he is going to have a cabinet of twitter folllwers. on the democratic side, away remains very close. health care barely edging out bernie sanders. smiling in the town hall but there was a moment about a young vote hse asked her about dishonesty. you will hear her answer. and bernie sand erps asked if he
he said request v yes with an explanation. it's so close, ift could all come down to turnout. >> reporter: on stage today, bernie sanders fired up and confident. >> we are going to have a government that represents all of us. not just a handful of billionaires. >> reporter: off stage, a realty check. >> if the voter turnout is not high, we will be struggling. >> reporter: and hillary clinton across the state with a precaucus promise. >> if you go too the c ccus monday night andtand up for me there, i will work my heart out for you as your president. >> reporter: for both sides, a last minute push to get voters lie mary myers. you voted for her in '08 and now you are undecided. why? >> yes. there are so many issues that make me second guess where she stands.
confronts hillary clinton head on. >> i have heard from quite a few people my agege who think you are dishonest. i would like to hear from you why you feel the enthusiasm isn't there. >> look, i have been around a long time. people have thrown all kinds of things to me. but if you're new to politics, if it's the first time you ever paid attention, you go, oh, my gosh, look at all of this. and you have to say, why are they throwing all of that? i will tell you why. i have been on the front lines of change and progress since i was your age. >> reporter: and bernie sand ps with his admission aboutut his h hlth care plan. yeah, we will raise taxes. yes, we will. but also let us be clear, chris. because there's a little bit of disingenuity out there. we may raise taxes but we are also going to eliminate private health insurance premiums.
in a race to crisscross the state. hillary clinton will have campaign stops in iowa every day through monday. at thend of the week, she brings in the reinforcements, bill and chelsea. >> thank you. the major issue in the race for president is what the next president will do about homegrown terror. in wisconsin, a suspect under arrest. they say he was flaning to kill dozens on of americans by lock doors at a temple and opening fire. pierre thomas? >> reporter:r:uthorities say the suspect wanted toaunch a cold bloodedd massacre and launch attacks across the country. an american citizen planned to go inside a masonic tempted and opening fire.
attack with two other radicals. investigators say he is caught on tape saying when we go into a room, we will be killing everyone. the fbi launcncd this investigation in september ofof last year. david? >> pierre thomas, thank you. now to a horror riffic scene in lawrence, indiana. a deadly school bus crash. the principal was killed. two children hurt when a school bus jumped the curb when school was letting out. the driver is cooperating with investigators tonight. meantime, across much of the country, families are still digging out. some are s sll waiting to see the first ploww come down the street. 59 people have now died from the blizzard. the nasa photos before the storm and then after, the blanket of white. and this street in baltimore, still waiting for help.
are watching. david kerley now from washington. >> reporter: take a look. a front end loader, in queens, eded to pull a sanitation truck out t the thick snow. part of the reason this recovery is so slow. toninit residential streetetfrom newark to baltimore and south remain a problem. for a third day outside of richmond, beverly wood is stuck. her street has not seen a plow. >> i can't work because i can't get out. in virginia, one in 10 streets the state is responsible for, still haven't been plowed. >> our crews are working as hard as they can. >> reporter: fire crews in baltimore had to work through an unplowed street to get to a rowhouse fire. this is what stranded residents up and down the east coast hope for. a planned path out of the road. it's not just plowing, but removing snow. how much? look at this shot of yankee stadium from an nypd police chopper. new york crews could have filled
we waited 48 hours for this to get done. >> reporter: the crews finally getting to that man's home in queens. here in virginia,,hey stiti waiting on this street for a plow. they will and taken care of by tomorrow morning, more three three days an of the storm. david. >> thank you. rob marciano showed us two possible tracks for a storm system. the track we were hoping for is most likely. one track had it coming close to the coast and the other out to sea. that is the most likely course, the models now converging and we appreciate it. the man hunt for three fugitives and tonight how once prosecutor described the suspect in the middle. more on the possible head start for the suspects. >> reporter: tonight, investigators taking to the roof
three alleged violent criminals became escape artists to see when they formed an alliance. they are accuse of violent crime, a aused of mutilating victim's genitals. diabolical, cunning, comparing him to hannibal lecter. when you are accused of torture and genital mutilation, people are terrified you are on the run. >> sure, i am hoping it's not a violent end. >> reporter: just a short time ago, the authorities tell us the sheriff is concerned about the amount of time they were unaccounted for. they are already making changes. >> kayna, thanks. to cleveland this evening, six police officers were fired
for the deadly shooting of two people in 2012. officers kyling 137 shots after a high speed case involves 62 polili cars. a neweadline about the zika virus. a new case in arkansas. the person infecthood traveled overseas and k5i78 back infected. now united airlines, carnival cruises, offers pregnant women credit for places where the zika virus is found. >> reporter: many pregnant woman are rushing to doctors to get kruked naturere getting cranial ultra sounds and eye exams if their mothers are infected. >> we are getting calls every day.
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but they are they helping the syrian president olden to to power? terry moran with a firsthand look at what the russian forces are doing. >> reporter: inside a russian armored personnel carrier, we head towards the front lines to the village of salma, which now lies shattered after a ferocious ttle two weeks ago. for three years, rebels against the government of syrian president bashar al assad controlled this strategic village until russian air power arrived. so you came in on the ground and the russians were in the sky? >> yes, yes, yes. >> reporter: and now this is syria? >> yes. >> salma is ours. >> reporter: salma is yours. in the three months since russiaia joined the fighthtg here, their rces have turned theheide of battlele massive airstrikes and cruise missile attacks have pulverized
regime. we went to the main air base in syria. the jets roaring day and night here. but the u.s., britain and others say russia is helping the assad regime a lot more than they're fighting isis and accuse their forces of indiscriminate attacks that have killed hundreds of civilians. russian general igor konashenkov dismissed the charge. [ speaking russian ] "what civilian facilities are you talking about," he says. these are powerful groups of terrorists. one thing is clear, the russians are here for the long haul and some syrians are welcoming them. >> merci, russia! news, syria. >> thank you. back here at home now and to yoush money this evening. and a promises sign in the housing market. new numbers. home prices up 8% in november. the cities where prices are rising fast ers.
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