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good morning. i'm reena ninan. >> and i'm kendis gibson. here are some of the top headlines on this monday morning on "world news now." if the latest polls are to be believed, hillary clinton and donald trump will be the big winners in tomorrow's presidential primaries. voters will go to the polls in five delegate-rich states. all the political details straight ahead. about 100 vehicles were involved in nine separate accidents along a stretch of interstate 40. this is in central north carolina. the wet roadway and rubber-necking may have contributed. there were no fatalities and the road has reopened. the fda is considering a controversial new plan that would use genetically modified mosquitos to fight transmission of the zika virus. the mosquitos have a gene that makes their offspring die before they're old enough to bite people. researchers say women need
more sleep than men because their brains are more complex and they tend to multitask during the day. without enough sleep, they say women can get hostile, angry and depressed. those are some of our top stories on this monday, march 14th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> good monday morning, everyone. we're going to start this half hour with the race for the president. the candidates from both parties will be able to go all over the map today seeking last-minute support ahead of tomorrow's voting. >> there are democratic and republican primaries tomorrow in five states. florida, north carolina, ohio, illinois and missouri. on the republican side, the winner takes all the available delegates in both florida and ohio. >> front-runner donald trump holds rallies today in north carolina, florida and ohio. at an event last night in florida, trump accused marco rubio of being the state's absentee senator. earlier trump offered his own
interpretation of those interrupting his events. >> it was totally organized, troublemakers. troublemakers. you know, the truth is, they're disruptors. they're really disruptors. they're not protesters. they're disruptors. >> saturday in kansas city, police used pepper spray and horses to control crowds outside a trump event. and trump was forced to cancel a rally in chicago last friday after too many protesters turned up. >> on the democratic side is, the latest polls indicate hillary clinton leading bernie sanders in all five of tomorrow's voting states. their closest battle is in illinois where clinton leads 51% to 45%. illinois being where she's from. bernie sanders is taking criticism from donald trump and dishing some out too as abc's mary bruce reports. >> reporter: bernie sanders is crying foul as donald trump blames sanders' supporters for the chaos at his rallies. >> he tells the truth very, very rarely. and i'm afraid on this occasion
he's lying again. >> reporter: and he's pointing the finger back at trump. >> this is a man who is dividing up this country in very serious ways. >> reporter: donald trump is now threatening to send his supporters here to bernie sanders' rallies in an act of retaliation. a handful showed up at this sanders event in st. louis with this playful dig at his backers. and in columbus, a different take. your message to any trump supporters who show up here? >> feel the bern. >> reporter: as they battle it out in five key states ahead of tuesday's primaries. visiting a church in cleveland, hillary clinton made her final pitch and took a jab at sanders. >> it's not enough if you want be president of our country to tell people what you're against. >> reporter: clinton is hoping to avoid a repeat of last tuesday's loss in michigan by sweeping all five states. bernie sanders has been spending a lot of time here in ohio where he says he feels the momentum heading into tuesday. but according to the polls, hillary clinton still holds the lead.
mary bruce, abc news, cleveland, ohio. a young maryland police officer is dead this morning in what officials say was an unprovoked attack. jacai colson was shot outside a prince george's county police station about ten miles east of washington, d.c. the suspected shooter was then wounded in a shootout with police. his brother was later arrested, as well. the motive for the shooting is still unknown. officer colson would have turned 29 this week. deadly terror attacks in turkey and the african nation of ivory coast left dozens dead. abc's alex marquardt has details on the two attacks and who was left behind. >> reporter: a bloody sunday on two continents. in turkey's capital, emergency services responding after an explosion ripped through an area next to a bus stop and government buildings. debris and bombed-out cars. the dead and wounded carried away. more than 30 people killed according to the authorities. the u.s. state department had warned of a potential attack. it was the fourth to hit turkey
in just six months, which had been blamed on turkey's two main enemies, the kurds and isis. it came just after news from west africa that armed attackers had stormed a beach popular with tourists in the ivory coast. as they opened fire, witnesses said they shouted allahu akbar, god is great. security forces quickly surrounded the area and evacuated the wounded to safety. the government said 16 people were killed, in addition to six attackers who were believed to be from the al qaeda affiliate in africa, after they claimed responsibility. it's the third time they've struck in the past four months after carrying out deadly attacks on hotels in two nearby countries, mali and burkina faso. the frequency of the global terror attacks is growing. whether it's turkey, west africa, or here in europe, intelligence officials say the question about the next attack is not if but when. alex marquardt, abc news, paris. and also in france, investigators there are calling for medical confidentiality to be relaxed when it comes to the
mental health of pilots. it comes nearly one year after co-pilot andreas lubitz who is believed to have deliberately crashed a germanwings into a mountain in the french alps, killing all 150 people on board. investigators say he had been urged by a doctor to get psychiatric help but his employer was never informed. federal disaster aid will soon be available to portions of louisiana. thousands of homes in the shreveport area have been flooded and more may be damaged in the next few days as rivers rise. the only thing moving along these streets are boats. abc's phillip mena is there. >> reporter: communities across the south working to hold back those swollen rivers. in this covington, louisiana, neighborhood, families who were rescued by boat this weekend returning home to see the damage. >> it didn't really matter if my house got destroyed as long as my family was safe and sound. >> reporter: their home was spared. but right down the street, this house was one of nearly 5,000 across louisiana damaged by flooding.
>> our house was surrounded. by the time we got out, the front and the back met, and we knew it was over. we knew that it was coming in the house. >> reporter: roadways in this community underwater. debris, even a flaming propane tank, floating among the submerged homes. and a new worry, dangerous mold. the damaged baseboards and saturated drywall coming out. incredibly, this is the same neighborhood where those water rescues took place. obviously the skies have cleared up here, but the severe weather is on the move just north of here. many are bracing for dangerous storms. phillip mena, abc news, covington, louisiana. >> all right. a long road ahead for those folks. checking the forecast, things are drying out in louisiana but downpours move into the mid-south and northeast. heavy rain from northern california to the northwest. with mountain snow. >> 80s along the gulf coast, 40s in the northwest and the northeast. 15 to 20 degrees warmer than usual in the midwest.
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also number one, the university of virginia, boy, will they face a tough match-up in 16 seed hampton university. i'm not talking about hampton inn. it's hampton university who will also face the commonwealth rounding out the number ones is a bit of a surprise. here's a hint. quack quack. the ducks of oregon quacking their way to the first number one tournament seed in school history. >> you almost sound like you know what you're talking about there. >> why do you doubt me? >> no, you must have stayed at a holiday inn express last night. we know who got top billing. what are the big surprises coming out of last night's selection sunday, reena? >> well, kendis, i'm glad you asked. everyone was absolutely shocked that the ducks got a number one seed but not michigan state, the powerhouse program. they're the powerhouse. they finished the season 29-5 and won the big ten tournament. yet still no love for the spartans. but not to worry. they'll be the most popular number two seed among bracket
pickers. and sadly, i've got sad news to report here. a team that will not get a chance to the big dance. monmouth university. remember them? they earned cult status with the bench players. their creative sideline celebrations throughout the entire season. remember those? look at that. that's creativity right there. well, they dominated the metro atlantic athletic conference but they failed to win the crucial conference tournament. so that leaves the entire team relegated to the bench but no one to cheer for. look at this. come on! >> we're going to miss that. >> we're going to miss that. we should have voted them in just based on that. >> who should i put down? >> you should start with -- >> the montana grizzlies, by the way, are not in it. >> sure. i think you should pick kansas first. >> good. that's what the oddsmakers are saying. so you're going out on a limb. >> i would say kansas, maybe michigan state, unc, uva. you like that? >> good, i have my starter. we'll see how it plays out. thank you. coming up, our epic recap ahead of tonight's "bachelor"
>> and the man who has been watching all season and bringing us a very unique take on the whole thing is our seasoned bachelor analyst jack sheehan. he joins us now. jack, good morning. >> well, season for better or worse on this one. our hero this season as we all know, bachelor ben higgins. 26 years old. born in indiana. attended indiana university. he'll be watching thursday night when the hoosiers play chattanooga in march madness. ben lives in denver, he works in software sales. he said he was ready to fall in love. here's what he got himself into. >> the women. there were 28 in total. there were four laurens, jojo who entered with a unicorn head. olivia, she got the first impression rose. lace here, she was drinking a lot. she was bringing the drama. >> 508 shades of crazy. >> a love lab and ben was smelling the women. >> that's a little more sour.
>> that would be really embarrassing. >> the group date, the girls were playing soccer. this was not the barclay's premier league. lace was controversial from the start. you can love her off the show because she took herself out of the competition. >> oh, man. >> vegas, baby, vegas. this was a talent show. maybe we should say lack thereof. olivia, this was no doubt the most cringeworthy moment. these twins. >> who doesn't like twins? >> emily and haley. haley, thanks but no thanks. next up, vamos mexico. group date. they were hablaing espanol. then they did some cooking. ben and olivia's food looked like dog food. jubilee told ben she was being overshadowed. so much for jubilee.
twin left in it. she gets all emotional, worked up at things, ben that olivia is a jerk. bottom line is nobody likes olivia. group date, ben, the women and a bunch of pigs. jojo said, quote, it was like a bar in dallas. there were pigs everywhere. leah is trying to throw our girl lauren b. under the bus. ben's not having it. the two-on-one date olivia and emily, olivia was basically left behind. the world has mercifully been saved from olivia. group date, becca, amanda and caila. there's only one rose on the whole thing. amanda got it. they were hanging out at mcdonald's and they had this french fry kiss kind of like lady and the tramp. emily, the twin, and ben. you know it's not going to end well on "the bachelor" when you hear stuff like, quote, i don't think i can see you being my wife. the rose ceremony, no rose for becca.
she's making plans for "bachelor in paradise." hometowns on "the bachelor," laguna beach, california, amanda and her daughters, portland, oregon, with our girl lauren b. ben's got thing for feeding each other. off to hudson, ohio, she didn't say i love you to ben either. things got a little uncomfortable in dallas, jojo's parents' house. the brothers were there. the mother was chugging champagne to try to deal with these people. the rose ceremony, amanda is on the way out the door. off to jamaica we go. that's caila, the river date with ben. she said, ben, i'm in love with you. >> she did not. >> ben didn't go there. lauren b., she says, i love you to him. ben told lauren b. i love you, as well. jojo decides to get in on the act. >> i love you. >> to which ben says, jojo, i love you, too. ben's got himself in a right proper mess by now. here comes caila. surprise. she said she wanted to do something spontaneous. ben said something spontaneous to her like you know what, you got to go. jojo got the first rose. our girl lauren b. got the
second rose. now there's just the championship game left. >> wow. >> the championship game left on "the bachelor." we should say thanks very much to producer/editor janine elliott for her hard work once again on that piece. we had a lot of fun putting it together. thanks to her. we should mention that we've been cheering all season for our girl lauren b. >> uh-huh. >> okay. i didn't know that. >> because the analysts picked lauren b. to get the ring from the start. >> is that right? >> that is right. that is right. there is video and audio evidence of this. so there's that. we might actually roll it out tomorrow. but we'll see how that goes. >> you picked her from the very start? i had olivia in my "bachelor" bracket. >> it's all over the place. it's ruined. >> i think the line was the world has mercifully been saved from olivia. >> what's going on? there's some sort of flash point
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devoted to protecting his human companion luke who has type 1 diabetes. what a great story. abc's john donvan reports the force is strong with the dog. >> reporter: of course, because he is a dog, jedi the lab has an acute sense of smell. but it's his good timing that made this picture of jedi and the boy he looks after spread all over facebook. here's the story. luke, who is now 7, was diagnosed as a 2-year-old with a chronic condition. >> the doctor walked back in the room and he said your son has diabetes. you need to get him to the hospital now. >> reporter: that means luke has to get shots of insulin several times a day when his own insulin levels spike or drop. and become an emergency. >> if children get very sick, they can end up in the hospital. >> reporter: that's exactly what happened the other night when the whole family was asleep. luke's blood sugar plummeted and before his glucose monitor caught the drop, who sounded the alarm? it was jedi as in "star wars" jedi and luke. right. so jedi has been trained to smell when luke's levels go too low. >> he's really special to me
because he always knows -- his nose can sniff all the way like where i am. >> he laid on me. and then i went, oh, no, i think i have to get up and check luke. i think there's an issue. >> reporter: sure enough, luke, still half asleep, was able to get his shot. what do you call that? good timing and good training, and also friendship, for real. >> he's my first best friend. >> reporter: john donvan, abc news, washington. >> how cool. >> this is crazy but they believe that dogs actually have the ability to sense disease, even cancer. sounds crazy, doesn't it? >> that's insane. >> apparently it's true. they have this ability to do it and that humans have about 5 million olfactory cells in their nose compared to 200 million in a dog's nose. pretty remarkable. >> that's why we all need dogs as best friends. >> i'm glad you can't smell me right now though that's why we all need dogs as best friends. >> i'm glad you can't smell me right now though. >> i'm glad you can't smell me right now though.
this morning on "world news now," political battleground. >> the democrats and donald trump's gop rivals speaking out about violent demonstrations at trump's events. the drama before five key states go to the polls. deadly gun battle. the young officer shot and killed just outside a police station. tough questions and raw emotions after an unprovoked attack. and fighting zika, the mosquitoes modified to fight other mosquitoes carrying the virus. the scientific advance and questions about safety. and travel turmoil. the record number of spring break travelers finding long lines and anxiety at the airport. the excessive waiting and who's to blame. it's monday, march 14th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> good monday morning,
everyone. i'm kendis gibson. >> and i'm reena ninan. >> and we're going to get started with politics because i've got to say i'm upset with candidates aren't discussing the quintessential issue of our time and by time, i mean daylight saving time and how painful it has been to get used to that. >> i was very excited today. we have a different take on that. i think we should never fall back but only spring forward. >> let's keep it that way. george washington first thought it was a joke when he proposed. >> i didn't know that. anyway, they're discussing a lot of other things. and what promises really to be a raucous couple of days in the race for the president. the candidates have one more day, of course to, make their case before voting in five states. >> both parties hold primaries tomorrow and the delegate rich states of florida, north carolina, ohio, illinois and missouri. the one thing uniting the candidates is their desire to stop donald trump. the democratic candidates for president agree completely on
only one thing -- >> he actually incites violence in the way that he urges his audience on. >> reporter: donald trump is to blame for the violent protests at his rallies. >> trump has got to get on the tv and tell his supporters that violence in the political process in america is not acceptable, end of discussion. >> reporter: but trump blames outside agitators. >> it was totally organized troublemakers. troublemakers. they're not protesters. they're disrupters. they're supposed to disrupt. illinois sunday, the republican front-runner was again repeatedly interrupted by hecklers. >> get them out! now! >> reporter: trump says he and his audience are the victims of the demonstrators. >> so loud, so vicious, they stop us from really our first amendment rights. >> reporter: but as they gear up to go head to head again in five states, trump's gop rivals are
cutting him no slack. >> if donald trump is the nominee, hillary clinton is in all likelihood the next president. >> i hope he's going to change his rhetoric. >> reporter: still polls say donald trump will likely be the biggest winner tuesday's voting. only home state governor john kasich of ohio leads him. hillary clinton hopes for a dramatic sweep tuesday, leading bernie sanders in all five states. their closest fight in illinois where she leads 51% to 45%. >> and one of the more peculiar scenes on the campaign trail yesterday came when a protester interrupted marco rubio at an event in florida while rubio was speaking. a man in the crowd claimed rubio was trying to steal his girlfriend. the man was led out by the police. rubio quipped about hecklers not being beat up at his events, a dig at what's been happening at donald trump's rallies. >> in ohio today, john kasich will be joined by mitt romney. a source says romney's participation is not an endorsement of kasich.
it's a way to help kasich defeat donald trump tomorrow. we'll get much more insight from our powerhouse political team discussing the key state of ohio. that's later in this half hour. first we want to move to the other major story that we're following. the fatal ambush attack on a suburban d.c. police officer. investigators say it happened during an unprovoked attack on a prince george's county' maryland, police station. the suspected shooter was wounded and is in custody. the dead officer jacai colson had been a police officer for four years and would have turned 29 next week. >> the community needs to know that one of your defenders has been lost. >> jacai was important to his family. he's important to this entire community. we have another mother tonight who is without her son. >> now, officials say the police had no contact with the suspect before he open fire. he's currently in the hospital with nonlife-threatening wounds.
his brother was also breasted. now to a frightening accident saturday at a shooting range in central florida at a shooting range when resulted in six people shot by a single bullet. investigate remembers say it happened while a 21-year-old man was load ago and teak shotgun when he accidentally fired the gun. bullet hit a concrete floor, then ricocheted hitting two adults and four children. all the injuries were minor. no one has been charged. the president of turkey is promising to bring terrorism to its knees following a deadly attack in the capital of ankara. at least 34 people died in a car bombing yesterday, two of the dead are believed to be the bombers. police suspect that kurdish militants carried out the attack which hit the main boulevard of the city. a similar bombing three weeks ago killed 29 people. the north african branch of al qaeda is claiming responsibility for a deadly attack on a beach resort in the ivory coast.
14 civilians, 2 special forces and 6 assailants were killed when the gunman stormed the beach. witnesses describe a horrible scene as a lazy weekend afternoon was suddenly shattered by gunfire. we have to get to a breaking storing we're following from kansas. take a look at the images. an amtrak train heading to chicago from los angeles derailed 20 miles west of dodge city, kansas. investigators say five cars are on their side. there were 18 passengers and 14 crew members on board. first responders are on the scene, as you can see. there are confirmed reports of injuries an investigation is now getting under way. look for more updates on "america this morning" and "good morning america." and new developments in the battle against a zika virus. a company wants to deploy a genetically modified mosquito to stop transmission of the virus. but the proposal is meeting with resistance here in the u.s. we get more now from abc's eva pilgrim. >> reporter: a potential new weapon in the fight against zika virus. the fda researching an experiment using mosquitos to help stop its spread.
scientists releasing genetically modified mosquitoes. carrying a deadly gene that would make their offspring die before they're old enough to bite people. in brazil, hardest hit by zika, scientists are already using these mosquitoes. our dr. richard besser saw them firsthand during a trip in february. >> this building here, it produces 2 million male mosquitos genetically modified every week. >> reporter: this comes as the centers for disease control warns zika could spread in the united states mostly in the gulf, florida and texas by june. zika is linked to birth defects. in brain development putting pregnant women especially at risk. while the experiment in brazil has proven successful, it doesn't sit well with some living in the florida keys where the insects would be released. mila is a mother of three. when you open this pandora box, there's no way to recall these mosquitos. >> reporter: critics fear that experimenting with genetics may not be safe. the fda is taking public
comments before the final decision on the florida field test is made. eva pilgrim, abc news, new york. the man who ordered the posting of the hulk hogan sex videotape is expected to take the stand today. former gawker editor-in-chief, a.j.daulerio, is also a defendant in the $100 million lawsuit in a videotape deposition shown in court last week. he suggested almost anything goes when it comes to celebrities' sex lives. there was no doubt about what a sports fisherman had caught when it leapt out of the water. 2500 pound white shark. get this, it measured about 14 feet, the largest ever for this charter boat in south carolina that specializes in shark hunting. >> all this happened within sight of land. the fisherman and captain took turns reeling it in but became exhausted and called for help from another boat's crew. three hours later they actually tossed it back after tagging the great white. it's been 30 years since
someone's caught a shark like that in this area. with a rod and reel. ♪ >> you need a bigger boat, jack. you're right. >> they did not need a bigger boat. >> they did not? >> they tagged it and let it go. i don't know that i believe the story -- >> oh, you don't? >> but it took several hours. it was dark before they finally were able to -- >> to do it? the fisherman was actually a math teacher. i bet he ran his odds and thought, throw it back in. >> professor from tennessee. i don't know that i believe this story. >> okay. coming up in "the mix," if you love the math, like the professor, and enjoy dessert, you have a reason to celebrate and indulge today. >> look forward to that. also ahead, vacation anxiety as record numbers of spring breakers head to the airports. it's anything but relaxing. the long lines and who is to blame. and later as donald trump faces serious challenges in the
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man (mr. mucus: tore do you work, with you.ing? it's taco tuesday. man: you're not coming. i took mucinex to help get rid of my mucusy congestion. i'm good all day. [announcer:] mucinex keeps working. not 4, not 6, but 12 hours. let's end this look at that. you're looking at the fiery aftermath of a street racing crash in renton, washington. this is from over the weekend. police say a subaru forester and
mazda 3 collided after their race. the subaru driver and passengers were ejected. firefighters had to extricate victims out of the mazda. three people were injured. police say the area is notorious for illegal street racing. the search has been called off for the third victim of a tugboat accident in the hudson river north of new york city. divers say they can't reach the part of the boat where they believe the body is. the bodies of two other victims were recovered over the weekend. the tugboat hit a barge in the river early saturday morning. we go from the streets and the waterways to the air. a record number of travelers are taking to the skies this season. >> but the crowds at many of the nation's airports are straining under the pressure of out of control security lines. with some wait times stretching more than two hours. here's abc's gloria riviera. >> reporter: across america, airport security lines at a breaking point. this is epic crush caused by tsa staffing shortages and a record number of spring break travelers.
>> nobody knew what line to get in or where the line ended. >> missed my flight. flights are all booked in full. >> reporter: the transportation security administration normally screens 2 million passengers every day. that number skyrockets during spring break. this march and april airlines for america is projecting 140 million passengers will fly on u.s. airlines. that means at least 300,000 more people lining up with you every day in that security line. the tsa now churning out 200 new officers per week. >> people rightfully demanded we do our job better. >> reporter: but until they are all in place, check the airport's website for tsa delays before you get home. get to the airport at least two hours early and avoid peak flight times. >> one of the great tips is actually flying when nobody else wants to fly, for example, like on a sunday or saturday morning. >> reporter: if you do get into a bind, use social media. twitter is especially effective. tweet the airline. most major airlines have rapid response teams to help you solve
your problem. gloria riviera, abc news, washington. >> i just like to drive with the kids. >> yes, that's long and painful enough. >> that is pretty painful. you know too well. you know about long and painful. look at you in your cute little outfit there. >> that's just because i enjoy any sort of strip search. >> that -- >> sorry, you're going to need extra examination over here. all right. coming up in our next half hour, signal jam. the mass transit rider who said enough is enough, blocking his fellow passengers' cell phone service. the criminal act that is earning him folk hero status. but first, why donald trump is even worried about the week ahead in an all-important mad grab for delegates. how it all breaks down. you're watching "world news now." >> annou
♪ what a busy weekend it was in politics as the remaining what a busy weekend it was candidates tried to nail down more delegates in their respective primaries. >> yeah, and with time running out, the path to the white house is less clear for some and even donald trump faces some challenges in the week ahead. here's abc's george stephanopoulos and this week's roundtable with your voice, your vote. >> coming into this tuesday, five big states coming up. we've got some charts here that shows what happens, what he'll need to do if he wins both florida and ohio. let's put that up first. if he wins florida and ohio, he has to win 54% of the delegates left. but look at the difference if he splits, if he wins florida but loses ohio, he has to win 60% of the delegates left with the map shrinking, bill kristol, if john kasich wins in ohio, very good chance donald trump cannot get
the 1237 delegates he needs. >> i think kasich's victory in ohio was a must win and holding trump's margins down or beating him in missouri, is important. if rubio wins in florida, i would be pretty confident trump would not be the republican nominee. if ohio and florida, there's a pretty good chance to stop trump. donald trump's a menace to the country, he's been horrible in a million different ways but 45% of the delegates are selected. let's proclaim it over. i object to that. if he's a serious menace, people need to fight him to the end. >> but, bill, the delegate math works different on the republican side, which are winner take all kicking in march 15th. by the end of this month, 60%, 65% of the rendell gates chosen on the republican side, 50% on the democratic side. bit time we get to the 426 or the yankee primary, pennsylvania, et cetera, 75%. so the math will not help rubio
or cruz or mr. kasich. it only benefits mr. trump from here on. >> if they beat him, look at arizona is winner take all. it's not inevitable, donald trump has an average of 35% of the votes so far. it's not inevitable that he wins winner take all in arizona or wisconsin. >> it could be made less likely by serious republicans. but where's the speaker of the house from? wisconsin. will paul ryan tell the voters of wisconsin, you should not vote for donald trump? >> that's a good question. >> i think most of the elected officials that have come out against donald trump have wound up losing and most of the elected officials have lost in their state in the course of this. i think the -- 1236 is a number donald trump probably has a hard time getting to but this scenario, he gets 1100 delegates. which is not -- >> that's very reasonable. >> he is 300 or 400 delegates ahead of the second place person which is very reasonable in the course of this and he's won 29
states. what do you do at a convention then at the national convention. you're going to say to millions of voters and these people are very angry, it's complicate it more. >> assume everything you just said is true but the violence we've seen this weekend continues through july and cleveland. >> i think it's going to continue. i think you're going to see violence at democratic events. i think what's going to come out of this, not because of democrats, but because people -- trump supporters and other things, you showed up at ours, we're going to show up at yours. i think it only gets worse. >> i hadn't thought about what matthew dowd was saying about the violence. >> that it can spread to other parts. >> there's this thinking that once you have the first round, you have the second ballot. when that takes place, whoever you cast your vote for, you don't have to do it again, cast for the same person. so, it's been half a century since we've had something like this happen, if it does end up happening. >> the sad part about all this is it's not going to be over until this summer. this is -- this wild, crazy campaign is going to continue straight through then. >> i know. it will be interesting.
we like our politics interesting? a way of looking at it. coming up, an extra special day. pi day today. >> huh? >> yeah ♪ music ♪ introducing new k-y touch gel crème. for massage and intimacy. every touch, gently intensified. a little touch is all it takes. k-y touch. jill and kate use the same dishwasher. same detergent. but only jill ends up with wet, spotty glasses. kate adds finish jet-dry with five power actions that dry dishes and prevent spots and film, so all that's left is the shine. for better results, use finish jet-dry. don't even think about it. cough if you can hear me. i took mucinex dm for my phlegmy cough. yeah...but what about mike? it works on his cough too.
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mucinex fast-max. the only branded cold and flu liquid gel that is max-strength and fights mucus. let's end this. it is march 14th. which means it is pi day. >> wow. >> look at you. >> you're going to go big or go home. >> go big or go home. we want to thank the folks at marie calender for this. >> that was great. go on. >> of course, you know, in the mathematical circles, that 3.14 is pi. >> yeah. >> and then if you round it up, 3.1416 then would be the circular. >> round it up. >> rounded up pi day. we're celebrating pi day. >> i'm happy. whatever mathematical equation you have to bring on show. >> to get food.
i really actually don't know what the point is of pi day. >> i like to see you eat that big -- >> but let's celebrate, shall we? >> yeah. >> all right, great. that's all i got on pi day. >> well, there you go. take a bite. there you go. look at you. >> nice. >> you did your. >> nice. >> you had a big spinning competition today, too. you deserve that. >> i just gained all those calories back. >> while you eat that, we'll show you video of a bull, makes a grand escape in queensland and on to a soccer field. charger onto the soccer field at players. so, what do you do? obviously, call off the game. it's walking around this woodland area and picks up speed. tried for that goal. oh, my gosh. it gets dangerously close. >> now we know how the new york soccer team got its name, the red bulls. that is a little scary. >> it is scary, isn't it? >> so, something cute. you know whenever you have a dog and you go away for ten days,
you want to get somebody to dog sit because it's cheaper than taking it to one of the doggie hotels. well, that's what this couple did. they sent -- so their bulldog and they wanted like a daily video of their boxer actually. >> yeah. >> sent to them. well, the person who was dog sitting decided every day they would dress up the little dog there in different outfits and send these videos. >> cute. look at that. >> -- to the owner. >> oh, that's so cute. >> just got posted over the last couple of days. >> totally adorable. >> but the dog does not look happy. >> when the dog's owners leave, the dogs don't like it. that's why sometimes the videos can be hard to stomach sometimes. >> why do we have these on pi day? >> it's assortment of pies. these are doughnut pies. i'm going to dig in here. >> there's beef in here. >> there's beef in here? let me tell you about our next one, digba, the dog surfing cat. do we have that image? we'll take you out to break with
this morning on "world news now," under attack. the unprovoked shooting at a suburban police station. the officer killed, the suspects in custody, and the community in grief. political tension. donald trump blames another candidate for the disruptive demonstrations at campaign events. the uproar before voters in five key states go to the polls. and new this half hour, sleep deprivation and the sexes. >> who needs more sleep, women or men? and why the latest medical research on bedrest is certain to get your attention this morning, especially at this hour. and later, richard simmons mystery. concerns about the celebrity exercise fanatic after he disappeared from the public's eye. the search for simmons and an
explanation in "the skinny." you're lucky on this monday, march 14th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." we say good morning on this monday. i'm kendis gibson. >> and i'm reena ninan. our top story this half hour, police outside washington, d.c. have a suspect in custody but no motive yet for the murder of an officer. >> yeah, officials say the shooting of officer jacai colson outside a prince george's county, maryland, police station was unprovoked. of the force who would have colson was a four-year veteran of the force who would have turned 29 this coming week. we get more now from abc's gloria riviera. >> reporter: authorities are holding two suspects in connection with a police shooting in maryland. just before 5:00 p.m., shots erupted outside prince george's county police headquarters. >> it is my sad duty to come to the community this evening and to tell you that one of your
defenders, jacai colson, a four-year veteran, a 29-year-old man, lost his life in defense of this county today. >> reporter: more than a dozen officering holding vigil. in the aftermath, one suspect was apprehended near a local restaurant. a second suspect also later found. >> this is truly a dark day in prince george's county. an unwarranted, unprovoked attack on our police officers at a police station. >> this is an act of cowardice. a new low in executing defenders of this community. jacai was important to his family, he's important to this entire community. we have another mother tonight who is without her son, and for that, we are deeply sorry. >> reporter: authorities say at this time they do not believe more than two shooters were involved and are not commenting on whether the police officer was targeted. gloria riviera, abc news, washington. also breaking overnight, interstate 40 in north carolina is once again opened. it was closed for several hours
by a series of accidents involving about 100 vehicles. the pile-ups happened in both directions about 25 miles west of durham. at least 20 people were injured but there were no fatalities. there's no word on what caused the nine accidents. the u.s. is condemning a deadly terror attack in the capital of turkey. 40 people died in a car bombing in ankara. they believe kurdish attackers carried out the attack in the main street of the city. the turkish president promising to, quote, bring terrorism to its knees. and the north african branch of al qaeda is claiming responsibility for a deadly attack on a beach resort in the ivory coast. 16 victims and 6 terrorists were killed in the assault. the attack took place in grand-bassam, a unesco world heritage site and popular tourist destination. we're going to move on now to the race for the white house starting with the increasing tension surrounding donald trump's campaign events.
trump has strong poll numbers going into tomorrow's primary states of ohio, florida, as well as north carolina, illinois and missouri. but in ohio, the latest poll shows john kasich with 39%, trump is six points back followed by ted cruz and marco rubio. we get more now from abc's david wright with the details on the campaign tension. >> it's just tear gas. it's just tear gas. >> reporter: a campaign under siege. forget about occupy wall street. this is more like occupy donald trump. >> get him out of here. get him out. send him back to bernie. send him back. >> reporter: the latest example, in bloomington, illinois. >> it was totally organized. troublemakers. troublemakers. you know, the truth is, they're disruptors. they're really disruptors. they're not protesters. they're disruptors. >> reporter: police in kansas city, used horses for crowd control.
>> we just got tased. >> reporter: when that didn't work, they used pepper spray. i've got a mouthful of pepper spray. trump blames bernie sanders for the disruptions plaguing his rallies. in the crowd, we witnessed plenty of signs, he's right. these are mostly sanders supporters. but that's not to say that the sanders campaign sent them. the tensions have been growing. in chicago, trump cancelled a rally friday after too many protesters turned up. a melee erupted. in dayton, ohio, a lone protester rushed the podium, scaring trump and the secret service. trump later tweeted out this image, claiming the guy is a supporter of isis. law enforcement officials don't buy that for a minute. >> all i know is what's on the internet. >> reporter: and while trump insists he doesn't condone violence -- >> you know how many people have been injured at our shows? nobody, remember the guy who sucker punched a protester in north carolina? trump now says he's considering paying his legal fees. trump's rivals are seeing the seizing the moment. >> i think it's a disaster for the country because if donald is the nominee, it makes it much, much more likely that hillary
wins the general. >> reporter: the criticism, the question now is will any of this stop trump's momentum on tuesday? david wright, abc news, boca raton. >> the violent clashes that you just heard in david's report were among the subjects addressed last night by the democrats in the race. hillary clinton and bernie sanders were at a town hall event in columbus, ohio. they used very similar language while seeming to unite against trump. >> i hesitate to say this because i really don't like to disparage public officials but donald trump is a pathological liar. [ applause ] >> it's clear that donald trump is running a very cynical campaign, pitting groups of americans against one another. >> clinton also said no amount of protesting against trump matters if people don't show up at the polls and vote. sanders called on trump to tell his supporters that violence in the political process is not acceptable.
>> president obama declared parts of louisiana a major disaster because of flooding. thousands of homes and businesses in louisiana and neighboring mississippi have been damaged. and more are at risk. rivers are at dangerously high levels. at least four deaths are reported from the flooding and two fishermen are missing in mississippi. the confusion of the mandatory evacuations from flood zones has separated hundreds of pets from their owners. the animal control unit near shreveport has picked up about 100 dogs and only reunited a quarter of them. it's not just the dogs lost and found. some people have turned to facebook and other social media either because they've lost a pet or they're trying to find one. now to breaking news we're getting from kansas. an amtrak train heading to chicago from los angeles derailing just west of dodge city, kansas. at least five cars on their side. you see there, 128 passengers and 14 crew members were on board. there are several confirmed
injuries. we're following this. we'll have the latest later. and now to a consumer alert to owners of a popular nissan vehicle. the automaker is recalling nearly 47,000 leaf electric cars. the 2013 through 2015 models are on the list. nissan says the brakes may not work properly during extreme cold. the cars need the brake systems reprogrammed and the automaker is notifying owners. i thought there was a mistake at the pumps, but apparently not. fuel prices are going up and drivers are seeing a difference. the national average price for a gallon of gas now $1.93 up 23 cents from a month ago. analysts have been predicting $1 a gallon of gas across the country this year, but because of higher gas prices on world markets, they're backing off that prediction. british researchers have discovered the reason that women need more sleep than men. our brains are more complex. i could have told you that one awhile ago. and since we tend to multitask during the day, we need more sleep to recover. about 20 minutes more than men. they say that when we don't get
enough shuteye, we become hostile, we become depressed. >> cranky. >> angry. sleep-deprived men don't suffer those same side effects probably because they're getting four extra hours than us. >> i've done some research on this. this was done by an all female team of scientists. so i don't know how much merit there is to that. >> that's not true. chalk up a victory in the war between humans and artificial intelligence. >> after three losses at the ancient chinese game of go, the fourth attempt was the charm. this is for 33-year-old professional go gamer lee sedol of south korea. scoring his first win over google's alphago computer. >> so lee managed to find a weakness in the computer's game strategy. the team that developed alphago was actually pleased with lee's win, admitting they themselves aren't good enough players to test alphago's weaknesses. >> very interesting. i have no idea what that story was about. >> except he looks -- he looks way younger than 33.
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police departmen police departments can now order higher level armor plating for the doors of their cruisers. ford says its interceptor is the first pursuit rated vehicle that offers the panels which will stop bullets fired by high-powered rifles including the ak-47. the previous armor plating was only rated to stop handgun fire. most requests come from police departments overseas. turning now to a train full of commuters in chicago. talking on their phones when suddenly, their calls dropped out. >> this is interesting. a fed up commuter is now accused of using an illegal device to silence the trains. abc's lauren lyster with the story. >> reporter: millions of commuters have been there. looking for a little peace and quiet, only to be interrupted by a symphony of cell phone chatter. well, chicago police say one man took matters into his own hand. accountant dennis nichol, allegedly using this jamming device to block the cell signals around him.
fellow passengers snapping this photo. even calling 911 to report him. nicholl is facing a charge of interfering with a public utility. police arresting him this week, releasing him on $10,000 bond. >> mr. nicholl has been a good member of the community and he had no malicious intent to really hurt anybody. >> reporter: the devices that look like this jam or disrupt the signal from cell tower to phone. using them is against the law. tech reviewers even warning users. >> now this gadget technically is illegal to use. but i'm not using it. i'm just reviewing it. >> reporter: still, they're easily found online. one site marketing the gadgets to teachers. this man, suspended for using a jammer to get his students to put their phones down. even churches getting in on the act. this priest in mexico installing a jammer in his church to keep his mass quiet.
the lawyer for that chicago commuter tells us he has yet to enter a plea but admits nicholl was annoyed by other passengers. police say there's a real public safety threat with cell phone jamming. it can block important police communications and emergency calls. lauren lyster, abc news, glendale, california. >> i got to say, he's kind of like my hero. >> yeah. >> look at the society we're in. >> it drives me nuts. in broadway shows and at church when there's a wedding, funeral. somebody's cell phone went off in the middle of a funeral once. >> if the gospel can't keep you quiet, then what -- >> is that your hot line bling? >> yes. it's about that time. >> oh! coming up, we're either going to find out who is on the who the hot line blink for kendis or eddie redmayne reveals why his wife picks out his clothes for him. >> interesting. and justin bieber like you've never seen him before. well, maybe some of you have. "the skinny" is next. >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations.
♪ skinny ♪ skinny so skinny ♪ we're going to start "the skinny" with a celebrity mystery. so many of you are probably wondering, where in the world is richard simmons. >> okay, the legendary fitness fanatic used to be everywhere for decades. he was a mainstay of late night comedy shows and daytime talk shows not to mention his own
infomercials, but the 67-year-old hasn't been seen in public for two years. >> concerns among fans bubbled over this weekend. he even started trending on facebook. several friends fear his housekeeper is controlling him with witchcraft. richard has apparently put those concerns to rest, weighing in on facebook. but, of course, we still haven't seen him, so perhaps the mystery continues. >> glad we got to the bottom of this. >> next we plan to find out where in the world is carmen san diego. >> that's tomorrow's show. let's turn now to a whole group of people who have no idea who richard simmons is. >> yeah. and by kids we mean everyone under 30. nickelodeon's kids choice awards over the weekend giving us a glimpse into what they're into. obviously the kids love "star wars: the force awakens" winning favorite film. >> i would love to go to this one year. doesn't it look like fun? also the female vocal group fifth harmony won favorite group. they couldn't escape the iconic green slime while awaiting the award.
and they weren't the only one to get hit. >> go for it, jace. >> no! no! >> oh. have mercy. sorry, uncle jesse. john stamos of "fuller house" getting a makeover, as well. that looked like a total surprise to him. >> it kind of did. i like the kid in back doing his dub. nice job. nice move. do you see that? >> he did it well. that young kid did it really well. he's one of the best dressed men on any red carpet. we're talking about oscar winner and face of burbury, all around dap area brit eddie redmayne. >> the star of "the danish girl," won last year for "the theory of everything," wearing a gorgeous blue tux. he's now revealing knowing what to wear doesn't come easily. he's actually color blind and he gets a lot of help from his wife. >> he told the mirror occasionally i'll go for things that are slightly outlandish and she will temper me back into the world of taste. now, rounding out the "skinny," a couple of strange
bieber related items starting with an embarrassing mistake on some merchandise. >> the biebs just kicked off his "purpose" world tour in seattle. unless you're a stickler for spelling, you might not have noticed this $40 t-shirt was missing a "p" and also missing in the source of the quote, another "p" word, proverbs. fans can exchange the shirt for free but why would you? bieber and a bible error is well worth the $40. wouldn't you say? >> sure is. and seattle rapper mclemore didn't buy one of those shirts, but he apparently has something a lot more personal. mclemore, whose real name is ben haggerty, revealed to "rolling stone" magazine that he owns this painting of bieber naked with maple syrup running down his torso. >> it leads to where you might have guessed. we've cropped that portion of the painting out. we will say that the syrup ends up on a strategically placed pancake. >> oh, okay. we're talking about his belly button, huh? okay. >> no.
but everybody was asking was it a shortstack pancake or what? >> i had a feeling we were going to go there. how did i know? how did i know? >> it's pancakes. ling we were going to go there. how did i know? how did i know? >> it's pancakes. ♪ music ♪ introducing new k-y touch gel crème. for massage and intimacy. every touch, gently intensified. a little touch is all it takes. k-y touch. don't even think about it. cough if you can hear me. i took mucinex dm for my phlegmy cough. yeah...but what about mike? it works on his cough too. cough! it works on his cough too. mucinex dm relieves wet and dry coughs for 12 hours. let's end this. human hepati-irus...
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leaf. in the states, it is packaged and sold as runa. a drink channing says became his stamina secret while writing and filming "magic mike." now channing says runa is an essential part of his life at home with his daughter and wife actress jenna dejuan tatum. >> i get up, put a pot on and we wake our daughter off and start our day. >> reporter: runa is marketed as a clean energy drink, differentiating itself in a $50 billion industry. the company says one bottle provides the same stimulating effects as a cup of coffee with the added benefit of 15 essential amino acids. >> it has caffeine. it has antioxidants. it tastes great. it gives you great functionality. you can feel it. >> reporter: that's tyler gage, the man responsible for bringing this amazonia tea to the masses. he first tasted it 5 years and believed so much in its potential, he built a company around it. a business advisor recommended tyler reach out to see if
channing might invest in the company. >> reed and i oddly had just been drinking tons and tons of runa to stay up all hours of the night to write "magic mike" one. >> reporter: channing was in. we wanted to find out the secrets behind his favorite energy source to see how this ancient leaf made its way to customers around the world. back at the tea ceremony, we learn there's no limit on refills. rebecca jarvis, abc news, ecuador. >> i want to try it more than just my green tea i usually sip. >> i want to know who rebecca knows to have been able to pull off that assignment. >> you're thinking the frequent flyer points. >> the frequent flyer points. she got to hang out with one of hollywood's a-listers and learn how to -- >> got to try the tea. try the tea. >> that was it. >> don't miss our updates on facebook. >> announcer: this is abc's "world news now."
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