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really is a politically charged investigation into hillary clinton's e-mails. two top republican lawmakers are
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department for details about its offer of immunity for a former state department staffer, bryan pagliano set up the e-mail server clinton used while she was secretary of state. he previously took the fifth when asked to testify. and hillary clinton in the meantime is delivering a speech on the economy in detroit today as her husband campaigns on her behalf. hundreds of miles away, former president bill clinton met with supporters in jackson, mississippi. vote, telling them his wife is ever seen. bernie sanders campaigning in kansas ahead of tomorrow's caucuses there. this is in lawrence. it's a college town full of younger voters. and sanders discusses a range of topics including his plan to pay for colleges. he reminded supporters he voted against the war in iraq. kansas barber shop and paid 7 bucks for that haircut. >> brave, huh? at last night's debate marco
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crisis. michigan's republican governor rick snyder has lawyered up at state expense to assist with civil representation of the case. residents of flint got help from the federal government yesterday through expanded medicaid coverage but a $200 million aid package is stuck in the senate because of procedural issues. also a mother who testified to congress about the crisis is now suing firms hired to evaluate the city's water and several officials. maryland's highest court considering whether a police officer in the freddie gray case must be forced to testify against fellow officers. six baltimore officers have been charged with the arrest and death of gray, who died after being in police custody. the hearing involved officer william porter. he's the only one who has gone to trial. that case ended in a hung jury. now that three suspects are in custody, investigators are
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-- seven other robbers who broke into a houston gun store and stole dozens high-power weapons. video shows the smash and grab operation that took less than two minutes. question now is, where are all those guns in abc's phillip mena has the latest from houston. >> reporter: authorities in texas remain on the hunt for the brazen thieves seen here in this dramatic nick surveillance video, smashing into a houston gun store in less than 90 seconds. using a chain tied to a pickup truck to yank the steel doors right off their hinges. seven of the ten suspects who poured in and pillaged the store, still on the run. authorities making three arrests late wednesday, following a two-day manhunt. the thieves wasted no time using hammers to smash display cases. this one swiping 18 handguns in 30 seconds. >> we've got people right now, pounding the pavement, on the street, looking for those guns. >> reporter: in just under three minutes, the thieves got away with more than 50 firearms, including assault rifles. >> these guns can be used to commit more robberies or other sorts of criminal activity.
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for property, for other guns. they can be going to mexico. but none of it's good. >> reporter: the feds say they were able to recover some of the weapons stolen tuesday. but many of those guns and several suspects remain on the streets. phillip mena, abc news, houston. lawyers in california are once again considering raising the smoking age to 21. the state senate is expected to take up the bill now that the assembly has passed it. republican lawmakers oppose the bill. they say those who are old enough to join the military and get married should be able to smoke if they want to. some veteran groups oppose the ban for the same reason. if you've watched the show recently, we've had some fun on the show talking about new patent applications from the planemaker airbus. mostly about seating in planes.
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can bring up boeing working on a new bathroom. it's a germophobe's delight. wave of the hand or touch of the food pedal, almost completely touchless. >> it's self-cleaning thanks toe the use of ultraviolet light, which the company says disinfects everything. they say the light kills nearly 100% of all germs. no word on when the system could debut in boeing planes. >> what do you think of this? >> i love it. i'm a germophobe. if i could take a bathing in purell, i would. i've tried. >> they worry. they tell us ladies who put our hands under the uv light to dry our nails, that could be a little cancerous, don't do it. but to have your whole body zapped by this uv light? >> forget having kids anytime in the future. >> it only works -- >> it only worked -- the bathroom has to be empty. >> jack clarified that. you leave and the light turns on. i would be worried about being
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on. >> i would like to take this opportunity to remind you, if you use a flushless toilet, remember, folks, to push the button and flush it. doesn't go. that happened just now on the somebody did not flush the toilet. mama doesn't work here. >> thank you. coming up, it sounds like the republican debate all of a sudden again. coming up in "the mix," the very active toddler going to great heights to score some junk food. also ahead, it's been 30 years in the making. the long awaited follow-up to "ghostbusters." the latest hints about the new movie from hollywood. >> and the school teacher who accuses a student from taking very personal photos from her phone and sharing them. >> remember you can find us on facebook, wnnfans.com and @abcwnn. you're watching "world news now." wnnfans.com and and @abcwnn. you're watching "world news now." ll the decorations. i thought i got everything. almost everything! you know, 1 in 10 houses could
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police in south carolina are looking for this man they say stole some meat from a walmart, then ran outside and stumbled smack into an suv. he will fell but recovered quickly and took off with about $40 worth of meat. well, now to the teacher in south carolina claiming she was forced to resign over a photo scandal. a student allegedly stole a private picture from her unlocked phone. >> that student shared the photo with others and now the teacher is out of a job. abc's linzie janis with these details. >> reporter: a south carolina teacher is fighting back. >> i haven't done anything wrong. >> reporter: after one of her students stole private, semi-nude photos from her cell phone, sharing them on social media. >> it makes you just want to just ball up and just stay there. >> reporter: leigh anne arthur says instead of punishing the student, the school district forced her to resign. >> you know, you don't think about somebody invading your privacy like that. >> reporter: the school district explaining its decision, saying,
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member, properly supervising students, could have prevented a serious problem. but arthur says she was in the hallway greeting students when the 16-year-old boy snooped into the unlocked phone on her desk, taking pictures of her intimate images, even taunting her. >> the student turned around and coming. >> reporter: she says the sexy selfies were meant to be a valentine's day surprise for her husband. many of arthur's students are coming to her defense, gathering thousands of signatures in an online petition. and law enforcement is looking into whether that student broke any laws. linzie janis, abc news, new york. all right. coming up in our next half hour, the push to make sports safer. it's getting a major endorsement. the american soccer legend with a major announcement to help concussion researchers. but first, the blast from the past getting a new twist. the all-female ghostbusters gang bursting into action. a first look at the new movie
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okay, whether you're afraid of ghosts or not dealing with them can be difficult, which is why bringing in the professionals is probably a good idea. >> but years later, there is work still to be done to rid the world of nasty spirits. here's abc's nick watt. >> that's okay. she seems peaceful. >> my name is erin gilbert, doctor of particle physics. >> reporter: that hail of slime blessed relief. the "ghostbusters" reboot 32 years later clearly safe hands. >> ow! >> reporter: the director paul
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watching this brand-new trailer in l.a., there will be a lot of things you're happy to see but coming at you in a slightly different way. last time was 1984. this time. >> let's go. >> did you want to -- i'll let. >> you next time. >> reporter: the main cast all female. chris hemsworth plays the eye candy receptionist. original cast members bill murray have confirmed cameos as what we have no idea. the original a mold breaking unlike the oscar nominees now proved by the library of congress as part of america's cultural heritage. so the music, the hat, slimer, the car, the twinkie, all back one way or another. i'd be bummed if i didn't see the ecto1 and all that stuff, says fig, the director. but those billboards look kind of 1970s. is there time travel this time around?
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we have no idea. you've got to see this kid who can scale a full-length refrigerator for snacks. take a look. >> oh. >> look at this. >> wow. she's a toddler. >> she's on a mission. go. >> climbs up like spider-man and does she make it, boom. guess who got the gummies.
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this morning on "world news this morning on "world news now," below the belt. the verbal slugfest at last night's republican debate. donald trump and his rivals hit a new low. while some voters searched for substance. under arrest. a white officer charged in the death of a black man. the demands for justice in a city considered to be the birthplace of the civil rights movement. and new this half hour, it looked like junk but it was a multimillion dollar discovery. >> seven ultrarare baseball cards found in a crumpled up paper bag. so who found them and why collectors are so excited.
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getting political. the ultrafamous member of a reality tv family throws her support behind a presidential candidate. is her favorite candidate your favorite? that's in "the skinny" on this friday, march 4th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." good morning, everybody. it is friday. i'm kendis gibson. >> and i'm reena ninan. >> all right. let's get started with the debate. because, man, it was an interesting one. wasn't it? >> it was. >> it was a turbulent day, overall, for the entire gop, starting with an unprecedented pitch to take down its presumptive nominee and ending with this scene, the jaw-dropping debate. >> hours after mitt romney blasted donald trump, he faced fire from his rivals in a bitter showdown that sank to a new low. abc's david wright has the details. >> reporter: just when you thought it wasn't possible for the gop debate to go even lower, donald trump took it right below the belt, his own belt. >> look at those hands.
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and he referred to my hands, if they're small, something else must be small. i guarantee you there's no problem. i guarantee you. >> reporter: marco rubio accused him of shipping jobs overseas. >> he can start tonight by announcing that all the donald j. trump clothing will no longer be made in china and mexico, but will be made here in the united states. >> reporter: ted cruz accused him of telling the voters one thing about immigration and "the new york times" editorial board another. >> you're misleading the american people. >> you're the one. >> release the tape. release the tape then. >> you're the one. >> you're the -- >> excuse me. i've given my answer, lying ted. i've given my answer. >> reporter: the whole things at times had the dignity of a food fight. >> let's hear you, big donald. >> don't worry about it, little marco. >> reporter: handing it to cruz, of all people, to play peacemaker. >> breathe, breathe, breathe. >> lying ted. >> you can breathe. i know it's hard. i know it's hard. but just -- >> when they're done with the
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>> you cannot. >> i really hope that we don't see yoga on this stage. >> well, he's very flexible, so -- >> reporter: the party of lincoln is a house divided against itself. >> donald trump is a phony, a fraud. his promises are as worthless as a degree from trump university. >> reporter: the 2012 nominee mitt romney publicly attacked the character of the 2016 front-runner. the donald fired back. >> he was begging for my endorsement. i could have said, mitt, drop to your knees. he would have dropped to his knees. he was begging. it is a failed candidate. he failed. he failed horribly. the third debate -- he failed badly. that was a race, i have to say, folks, that should have been won. >> reporter: david wright, abc news, new york. well, the democrats are busy trying to sway voters before their next debate this sunday in flint, michigan.
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crowd in kansas before tomorrow's caucuses. he told young supporters about his free college tuition plan. sanders and clinton are both making stops in michigan today. as hillary clinton struggles to put her e-mail controversy behind her, two top republican lawmakers are now asking the justice department for details about its immunity offer to a former staffer. bryan pagliano set up the you private e-mail server clinton used while secretary of state. he previously refused to testify before congress. putting an end to months of speculation, president obama says he's going to stick around washington once his sterm is over. the president revealed that to a group of supporters in milwaukee. he says he wants his first daughter sasha to be able to finish high school without having to transfer in the middle of the year. first daughter sasha, not his first. the president's older daughter, malia, is heading off to college this fall. >> good choice, prez, good choice.
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can't do it in high school. >> that's smart. don't move to georgetown. it's crowded enough. several court filings have come down on both sides of the showdown between apple and the fbi. in their brief, relatives of five people who were killed in the san bernardino attacks say the fbi's requests for apple to help unlock an attacker's iphone is lawful, and they say unlocking the phone may explain the motive for the attack. several law enforcement groups filed briefs in support of the government. 15 tech companies including google, facebook and microsoft have filed papers backing apple's position. tensions are escalating with north korea after the latest threat. president kim jong-un has ordered the military to be on standby for nuclear strikes at any time. the threats are part of a campaign of propaganda following tough new u.n. sanctions. yesterday north korea launched sea.
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has dismissed oscar pistorius's appeal of his murder conviction. he had appealed saying another court made a mistake when it overturned a manslaughter conviction and declared pistorious guilty of murdering his girlfriend reva steenkamp. the court's dismissal of that appeal clears the way for him to be sentenced next month. a white police officer in alabama is now charged for the murder for the death of a black man. lawyers for officer aaron smith say the charges are politically motivated but the dead man's family is calling for justice. abc's steve osunsami reports. from montgomery. >> reporter: this is the face of a young white police officer arrested in montgomery, charged with murdering a black man. 58-year-old greg gunn. police say 23-year-old aaron smith was working third shift last thursday, patrolling a black neighborhood, when he stopped mr. gunn, who was unarmed, and walking home from a card game. >> there was a slight struggle that continued for about a block or so, at which time the officer fired and shot and killed the suspect. >> reporter: smith's lawyer says
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because, he says, gunn was beating the officer with some sort of pipe or baton. he thinks the arrest is all politics. >> we believe that these charges were brought to prevent public unrest. >> reporter: it's not lost on city leaders that this is considered the birthplace of the modern civil rights movement. the march from selma to montgomery in '65 passed right through the neighborhood where gunn was killed. >> it really is trying our soul, as a community. >> reporter: we're learning that gunn's father was one of this city's first black police officers. his mother, who he lived with, was happy to see law enforcement move so quickly. >> all i want is justice. >> reporter: gunn was killed right here, literally just a few feet from his home. he had almost made it. this city remains divided. it was a group of police officers who came up with the money for officer smith's bail. steve osunsami, abc news, montgomery. also in the south, investigators in mississippi are widening their search for an escaped inmate facing capital murder charges.
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threatening a guard with a homemade knife, taking his clothes, radio and car keys and then holding the guard hostage until he could get away. mccloud is charged with raping and murdering a 69-year-old woman last year. major step forward in the attacks. new yorkers and tourists got their first look inside a nearly $4 billion transportation hub at the site. it was supposed to be opened back in 2009 but the project had many cost overruns and delays. the long saga over tom brady's deflategate scandal is far from over thanks to an appeal by the nfl. the league is asking an appeals court to reinstate brady's four-game suspension which had been thrown out by a judge a week before the season started last september. at a hearing yesterday, one judge called the evidence of ball tampering compelling if not overwhelming. a ruling could take months. well, we'll stick with sports stuff here because you know i love it. >> yes.
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under way. there's been the find of a lifetime in a quirky world of baseball cards. >> seven new ty cobb cards printed between 1909 and 1911 have been discovered and verified actually. incredibly, they were found in a crumpled up paper bag in a rundown house that belonged to one family's deceased great grandfather. >> there's only seven cards. but if you look at it in context and you measure the power of these seven cards, i think you could argue this is the coolest find that we've ever seen. >> great find. before they were discovered, by the way, there were only 15 similar ty cobb cards known to exist. their worth is said to be more than a million dollars. >> wow. >> it's unclear what the family that discovered it will do with that. >> you know, if i found these, i would have thought they were the little prayer cards they give out at funerals, with the prayer on the back and the person's picture, so i -- >> that's morbid.
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it's good they recognized these are baseball players. >> that this was ty cobb. >> and not like a saint or something like that. >> true. feel good chat of the morning. >> all right. coming up in "the skinny," the exciting news "baywatch" fans have been anticipating. the veteran superstar returning for the movie remake. also ahead, caitlyn jenner gets political announcing her support for a presidential hopeful. is her favorite candidate your favorite. and the stunning announcement from world cup come pet tore brandi chastain. the big step she's taking after serious concerns about injuries on the soccer field. that is after today's forecast maps around the gray, pack northwest and northeast and florida. >> 81. >> 81. >> you should move. >> yeah. >> announcer: "world news now"
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the latest now the latest now in efforts to battle the zika virus. scientists in brazil say a second more common mosquito may also carry the virus. if true, that would complicate work to get rid of the virus. google says half a dozen of its engineers are helping to track the spread of the virus by writing programs to predict where it might spread next. new research linking aspirin to reduced risk of person cancers. doctors found that people who take low-dose aspirin every day had a 19% lower chance of developing colon cancer. they also found a 3% lower risk of cancer overall for those taking low dose aspirin at least twice a week. but doctors warn aspirin is no substitute for colon cancer screening. >> it's amazing. they've always talked little baby aspirins and what they can do.
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the increasing concussion awareness has put football in the spotlight. serious head injuries can happen in almost any sport. >> one of america's best known soccer stars brandi chastain announced she will donate her brain to concussion research and the disease cte. here's abc's kayna whitworth with more. >> reporter: the soccer star known for that celebration at the world cup coming forward about the dangers of the sport. 47-year-old brandi chastain announcing she will donate her brain to research on cte, the degenerative brain disease linked to concussions. >> brandi is such an iconic figure for a big chunk of our country that hasn't really been focused on the concussion issue. >> reporter: as a college player, chastain did suffer from two concussions. now a mom and a soccer coach, she's concerned about the damage all those headers may have caused. >> she is having no symptoms. and she's living a normal life. but she is so well aware of what
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>> reporter: chastain telling "usa today," but as you grow older you sometimes say, gosh, am i losing my memory or did i used to forget when i went into a room what i went in there for? adding, she hopes the research will protect younger players. cte can only be diagnosed after death and has been found in numerous nfl hall of famers and male soccer players. but so far, never in a female athlete. kayna whitworth, abc news, los angeles. >> cindy parlow cone also from the u.s. national team was the first person to say she's going to donate her brain. chastain has said, sometimes she'll go into a room and think, why am i here? and wonders if this is from 40 years of playing soccer. >> and you know, football has gotten a bad rap for this, but a lot of other sports are concerned about this, as well. mma fighting as well as hockey. it might not just be a concern for football itself, but as we can see, soccer also. >> girls in sports, every single mom friend i know that has a daughter who plays sports they play soccer very often.
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female athletes. coming up, the celebrity who sang her way out of a speeding ticket. and david hasselhoff once again taking to the beach.
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skinny so skinny our lead story in "the skinny" this morning has to do with politics again and a celebrity joining the political debate. >> we haven't heard from her in a while but caitlyn jenner is back in spotlight showing support for republican presidential hopeful, wait for it, ted cruz. >> what? >> in an interview with "the advocate", jenner says that she likes cruz because he's very conservative, a great constitutionalist and very articulate, but concedes he needs to work when it comes to transgender issue. >> cruz recently blasted the push for having gender open bathrooms in schools, calling it lunacy.
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offering between a transambassador to president cruz advising on issuing impacting the transgender community. >> the republican party, and the heads have long said they need to open up to more diversity. you might not think of someone who is transgender necessarily a republican. it's great to see a face of someone you won't expect supporting the republican party and willing to be an ambassador, too. >> it's fantastic. i'm sure she's welcome. next a creative way to get out of a ticket when you're gladys knight. go with the golden pipes. the singer was not on a midnight train to georgia but in a car in utah. >> knight wasn't driving but when the car was pulled over for speeding on the way to a choir event, naturally the seven-time grammy award winner sang her way out of it. >> police captain mike roberts made the stop while working on his birthday but got quite a treat when knight sang happy birthday and took some pictures with him and his wife who happened to be riding along. >> the driver was let go with a warning, something captain roberts said he would have done anyway, but the singing couldn't have hurt, right? >> right. should have had her sing the rest of her hits. >> that would have been interesting. >> it's hard to we're not going to make it.
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the set of the new "baywatch" movie. david hasselhoff will be joining the upcoming film. >> we recently learned dwayne ne "the rock" johnson was going to be playing hasselhoff's original character character, but johnson took to facebook with the original mitch buchanan to make the announcement. >> listen. i don't know if the world is ready for both of us. are you ready? >> come on, man. rocking the hoff. i was born ready. >> he was born ready. there ain't no bay without the hoff. "baywatch," get ready world. >> the rock added that hasselhoff has been working out like crazy for the role and in the best shape in years. >> pamela anderson was also reportedly offered a role, but no word if she has accepted as of now. >> i'd like to see her return. we like the oldies but goodies. >> she looks great there. finally, another cast announcement. the first official member of the new crop of "dancing with the stars" contestants "full house" actress jodie sweetin. >> a big reveal was made on "good morning america." sweetin talked about her love of dancing and how she even got to show off some of her moves in
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not just those at the top. we have to make america whole. >> i will campaign as long as it takes and wherever it takes to ensure that i am the next president of the united states. >> it's not winner take all. by the end of tonight, we are going to win many hundreds of delegates. >> so long as the field remains divided, donald trump's path to the nomination remains more likely. and that would be a disaster for republicans. >> the fbi is asking apple to weaken the security of our products. hackers and cybercriminals could use this to wreak havoc on our privacy and personal safety. >> there's already a door on the iphone. essentially we're asking apple take the vicious guard dog away. let us try and pick the lock. i saw it for two seconds and i and i shut it down. >> i just want to be clear. do we have officers involved in a shooting?
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have been shot. >> couldn't be any worse case than this, in my opinion, for a police officer. i'll always call this an officer's worst nightmare because a routine call and wind up dead. >> it's just an unbelievable feeling to be back here, back in our great country. >> we want opportunity. we want the black actors to get the same opportunities. >> and the oscar goes to "spotlight." >> i think if you ever wondered about acting with tom hanks, would it help, the answer is clearly yes. >> i do not take tonight for granted. thank you so very much. >> it was a fun week, an explosive week. we have lots ahead on march 8th. there are some primaries of note including michigan. voters are going at it, as well. by the way, to commemorate leo's big win, a street artist put up a mural in los angeles to commemorate dicaprio's big win.
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good morning. i'm reena ninan. good morning. i'm reena ninan. >> and i'm kendis gibson. making news this friday on "world news now," the gop slugfest. the battle to stop donald trump spirals out of control. the latest debate deteriorating to name calling, nasty insults and talk of body parts. donald trump facing a flurry of attacks and firing back pretty hard. a full report from detroit coming up. two top republican lawmakers are asking the justice department for details about its offer of immunity for a former state department staffer.
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clinton's private e-mail server. until now bryan pagliano had refused to testify. ramping up the rhetoric. north korean leader kim jong-un has ordered his military to be on standby to launch nuclear missiles at any time. the u.n. just voted for tough new sanctions. the nfl has made its argument for why tom brady's four-game deflategate suspension should be reinstated. an appeals court seemed to be in agreement with the league's argument but a final decision could take months. those are some of our top stories on this friday, march 4th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> good morning, everyone. we're going to start this half hour with the republican debate taking a down and dirty turn. >> that's a good way of putting it. donald trump came under heavy ter the panicked gop establishment tried to slow his momentum with a blistering attack from mitt romney and trump's fellow candidates. they refused to let up. abc's catherine faulders has the latest from detroit. good morning, catherine.
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and kendis. four gop candidates on the stage last night and donald trump finding himself on the defensive, forced to fend off attacks by his rivals and difficult questions by the debate moderators. it was attack after attack on donald trump. senators marco rubio and ted cruz teaming up, forcing the republican front-runner to defend his record. >> he's making promises he has no intention of keeping. > he's trying to con people into giving them their vote like he conned these people into giving him their money. >> is this debate playing out in the general election? when you nominate a candidate who literally has been on every side of every issue and in the two other sides before we're done, that's not how you win and the stakes are too high. >> reporter: but trump struck back flinging insults and calling. > don't worry about it, little marco. >> lying ted. >> reporter: and then there was this. even getting vulgar at times defending his manhood.
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they're small, something else must be small. problem. >> reporter: trump was confronted with a litany of attacks, particularly concerns about trump university, the defunct seminar program that's now the subject of a lawsuit. >> you were willing to say whatever you had to say to get them to give you their money. better business bureau and people like it. we have a situation where we will win in court. >> reporter: even with every candidate willing to attack, they were not willing to say no. each candidate last night vowing to support donald trump if he is the republican nominee. kendis, reena? >> katherine, thank you so much. and john kasich remained above the fray last night after making a bold pledge. kasich said if he wins his home state of ohio, he will win the nomination. he promised that an ohio victory would mean he would campaign until the republican convention in july. the ohio primary is march 15th. >> it's going to be a long few months ahead. bernie sanders is
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tomorrow's caucuses there. he had overflow crowds in lawrence, a college town full of younger voters. there sanders discussed his plan to pay for college tuition and he reminded supporters that he voted against the war in iraq. sanders also made a quick stop to a kansas barber shop. take a look. he paid $7 for a haircut. hillary clinton, in the meantime, delivering a speech on the economy in detroit today as her husband campaigns on her behalf hundreds of miles away. former president bill clinton met with supporters in jackson, mississippi, urging students to get out and vote, telling them his wife is the best change agent he's ever seen. maryland's highest court is considering whether a police officer in the freddie gray case must be forced to testify against fellow officers. six baltimore officers have been charged with the arrest and death of gray who died after being in police custody. the hearing involved officer william porter, the only one who's gone on trial.
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in alabama, a white police officer is now charged with the murder for the death of a black man. lawyers for officer aaron smith say that the charges are politically motivated but the dead man's family is calling for justice. here's abc's elizabeth hur. >> reporter: for nellie gunn, an arrest in the shooting death of her son is an answer to her prayers. >> god turned it around and make it good. i don't care how a man do, god's got the -- >> reporter: charged with murdering greg gunn of montgomery, alabama, is 23-year-old officer aaron smith, who through his attorney, is fighting to clear his name. >> mr. gunn fled and used force against this officer, threatened the life of this officer and the citizens of this community. >> reporter: the lawyer maintains smith was confronted by a dangerous suspect. according to police, smith shot and killed gunn following an altercation last week. >> there was a slight struggle.
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fought with the officer, holding what looked like a weapon, which later turned out to be a painter's stick. >> this is your moment to make it right now because it don't just happen to me but it happened to my family. >> reporter: just days after this emotional outburst from gunn's brother at a news briefing at city hall, smith was charged with murder. >> we believe that these charges were brought to prevent public unrest. that makes the decision to arrest this officer political, not legal. >> we're going to have faith in god and not only that, we're going to pray for the officer also in this case. >> reporter: officer smith is now out on bail. gunn's funeral is this saturday and his mother says she is hoping the officer will be there. kendis and reena? >> our thanks to elizabeth there. in the meantime n neighboring mississippi, an urgent manhunt is under way in vicksburg for an escaped inmate facing capital murder charges. investigators say rafael mccloud threatened a guard with a
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they also say mccloud took the guard's radio and car keys and swapped clothes with him, which he wore just long enough to get away. >> we did recover the pants that he was wearing last night, the green guard pants that he took from the jail guard. people also should understand that he could have changed his appearance. he could be much more clean shaven than he was. >> and they also warn that mccloud is armed and dangerous. he was awaiting trial on charges of raping and killing a 69-year-old woman last year. a roman catholic bishop in central pennsylvania is promising action after a scathing report about priest sexual abuse against children. that report says two former bishops either covered up or didn't do enough to respond to hundreds of abuse allegations over several decades. the current bishop says he's taking steps including putting a list of all priests who are the subject of credible allegations online. >> worse things have happened throughout the centuries in the
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that's not to excuse what's going on and what we're dealing with at the present moment. not at all. >> he's also promising a full review of child protection policies. a hot line that's been set up to receive information from additional victims has received more than 100 calls in just the last couple of days. public health investigators in wisconsin are testing water, skin care products and medications following a deadly bacterial outbreak. that outbreak in the southern part of the state has made 44 people sick. it may be linked to 18 deaths. but investigators can't find the source right now. most of the victims have been elderly people with underlying health issues. we're getting new clues in the battle against the zika virus. scientists in brazil say a second more common mosquito may also carry the virus. if that's true, that would complicate efforts to wipe out zika. two people on the caribbean island of martinique have suffered paralysis after being infected by zika.
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beating five years ago outside dodger stadium in l.a. is starting to deliver a message of hope. ryan stow is a san francisco giants fan. he suffered severe brain damage at the hands of two men who have since been sentenced to prison. now stow is visiting students, telling them they shouldn't stand for bullying. >> i survived for a reason. i'm finding my purpose again. i'm on a mission to tell my story of survival. i want to stop bullies from hurting anyone else. >> stow ended his visit to the high school, asking students to take a pledge against bullying. some very highly trained canines showed their stuff yesterday on capitol hill. asking students to take a pledge against bullying. lawmakers got a chance to see what the dogs do every day on the job including detecting guns and explosives at 40 airports nationwise. the tsa wants to expand its training program so that dogs can detect explosives carried by people. it's all part of a homeland security hearing. we know the super bowl is the biggest deal for the
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award season. >> well, next week, another big deal in madison, wisconsin, is the world championship cheese contest. seriously. >> cheese. >> uh-huh. >> from wisconsin. >> yeah. >> hidden springs creamery will be there. it's no ordinary cheese. owner brenda jensen makes her cheese from sheep's milk. she's already won lots of awards for her cheese and, of course, she's hoping for good results next week. we say good luck to you, brenda. >> yes, yes. >> i would like to try sheep's cheese. >> brenda, please cut a piece of cheese. >> i knew you were going to do that. i could sense that that was going to come out of your mouth. >> you saw it churning in my brain, the toilet humor. sorry. cut the cheese, brenda. coming up from "insomniac theater," tina fey's new movie and a thriller of a sequel that we're checking the reviews. also ahead, the magical voice heard in the new movie attracted to this new disney story. and it's almost wedding
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who is, there there are some high-tech ways to make the occasion rise above the rest. wabc's kristin thorne has more. >> reporter: why have pictures of your wedding from the ground when you can have them from the air? >> you're able to see your affair from an angle that you've never been able to see before. >> reporter: drones are just one of the new hottest trends happening in weddings. photographer brian ozegovich of park avenue studios on long island says he's done more than 100 weddings like this one using drones. >> i literally have the drones play with the guests. i'll land it on a table as they're sitting there and they'll wave and the thing will take off and fly away. there's all new things happening at weddings. this is one of them. >> reporter: then there's people like samantha roberts who you can hire to live tweet, facebook, instagram and even periscope your wedding. her company is called maid of social. >> brides usually spend about 14 months planning their wedding.
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the star of the show. and so this really makes them not only the star of their wedding but now of the social media of bridal world that day. >> reporter: wedding guests, there's something new for you, too. you know how it is when you buy a card, you put a check inside and before the reception you have to worry about what you did with the card. well, there's a solution. >> now, people can give cash digitally. it's safer, faster. it's a huge convenience for your guests. >> reporter: the website is called tender. brides and grooms create a profile. guests pick a card design, write a personal note and give money using their credit card. >> our users get a chance to communicate to their guests about their financial goals, their dreams, things they want enables their guests to feel invested in the couple's future. >> reporter: it does make you wonder what's next. kristin thorne, channel 7, eyewitness news. >> yeah, how do you top that? >> i think it's a little much.
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you really need somebody -- >> if you follow me on instagram @reenaninan, i went to a wedding in tampa last weekend for my high school teacher's son. it was awesome. country wedding. mom and dad went with me. we had sweet iced tea. we had barbecue chicken and mac and cheese. >> is this all a plug for your instagram at the end of the day? >> no, it's a plug for cheaper weddings. my parents are from india. we had a big princess fairytale wedding and that's a lot. that's a lot. >> good to know. >> i wish i had invited you. i didn't know you then. coming up, sha reek kira embraces >> the music superstar's talking about life as an animal. you're watching "world news
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if i could talk to the animals just imagine chatting with a chimp and chimpanzee >> do you like that one? >> musicians making the leap into acting don't often have to worry about leaping into a different species. shakira is showing she's ready for anything. >> she's part of the cast of "zootopia" and sat down with abc's rachel smith revealing what really motivated her to be part of the animated film. i won't give up
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anthem from "zootopia's" biggest pop star gazelle sung by one of the biggest international pop stars shakira. >> welcome to zootopia. >> my son is 3 years old. i caught him singing the lyrics and i was so surprised because i never taught them to him. >> oh, my gosh. >> i think he absorbed them. i don't know when but he was repeating them and so cute. >> reporter: clearly he's watched the film, right? >> he did twice. in english and spanish. he really, really enjoyed it. >> good evening, zootopia. put your paws up. >> reporter: the latest disney animated feature sees all different kinds of animals living in harmony in a place where anyone can be anything. >> this movie is about diversity. it's about avoiding prejudice. it's about friendship and the value of true friendship but also friendship with yourself and having the will and commitment and discipline and determination to make sure you accomplish your dreams i really feel that this movie
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audiences, not only kids but also adults. it has a great powerful message and many, many morals. >> reporter: how are you like gazelle? >> she's very opinionated like me. >> oh, very much. and she feels a social responsibility. >> reporter: what input did you have in bringing your character, gazelle, to life? >> well, when the directors and the producers showed me gazelle, i thought that she was too skinny and was too fit. >> reporter: i heard that. >> i told them, guys, you got to put some meat on the bones. >> reporter: that's my girl. that's my girl. >> so they added bigger hips to gazelle. >> reporter: i love the post you put on instagram, the who wore it better. the split screen. >> i wore it first. >> reporter: rachel smith, abc news, orlando. one other thing we should mention. >> what? >> disney is the parent company >> thank you. appreciate it. noted. it's in theaters today. and 100% rating from rotten
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how often do you get that? >> wow. well, that's because it's a disney movie. we make good stuff. >> that's your kiss-up side. >> that's my kiss-up. coming up, more news and movies from "insomniac theater." eir dentures with toothpaste or plain water. and even though their dentures look clean, in reality they're not. if a denture were to be put under a microscope, we can see all the bacteria that still exists on the denture, and that bacteria multiplies very rapidly. that's why dentists recommend cleaning with polident everyday. polident's unique micro clean formula works in just 3 minutes, killing 99.99% of odor causing bacteria. for a cleaner, fresher, brighter denture every day. today you can do everything in just one click, even keep your toilet clean and fresh. introducing lysol click gel. click it in to enjoy clean freshness with every flush. lysol.
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for those of you who are behind the scenes, there are opportunities to be on camera. kim, are you going to be joining in? >> the travel or the crying? >> well, the reviews have been mostly good but mixed. the most common criticism is that it plays it too safe. not as political as many would expect it to be but still stephanie from "time" asks, should a movie about reporting from such a deeply troubled country really be this entertaining? alfonso of the rap says the movie pushes fey toward a film career that's as uncompromising, unpredictable and intelligent as her tv work. >> sounds like smart work. next to the sequel to "olympus has fallen." this time "london has fallen." like the first movie, the president is under siege by terrorists, but this time it's on a global scale as the funeral for the british prime minister turns into a major catastrophe. aaron eckhart and gerard butler return as the president and his
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>> hell of a presidential race, sir. >> every day the same damn joke. >> seriously? what the hell did they make you out of? >> bourbon and poor choices. >> oh, that was funny. >> you like that? >> not really. apparently it's a poor choice to see this one, as well. not so good. the av club says it's one of those rare films that is good at absolutely nothing. ouch. but a glimmer of hope perhaps in our next review. norman wilner says it's as dopey as its predecessor but it's dopey in an entirely different way. >> okay. >> but it made a lot of money, the first one, so enough for them to say let's do it again. >> do it again. >> yeah. >> all righty. that's the news for this half hour. >> remember to follow us on
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making news in america this morning, down and dirty in detroit. marco rubio and ted cruz team up to attack donald trump who opened the latest republican slugfest by boasting about his anatomy. >> if they're small, something else must be small. i guarantee you there's no problem. >> that moment getting lots of reaction overnight, and as the party looks past the primaries, new talk of a brokered convention after mitt romney's blistering assault on trump. we're covering it all live in washington. future plans. the current president putting lots of speculation to rest revealing where he'll live after the white house.

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