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making news in america this morning, striking back in the empire state. hillary clinton and donald trump are closer to clinching after the big victories in the new york primary. another candidate is now mathematically eliminated from winning the nomination before the congregants. we have complete highlights and
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breaking overnight the water crisis in flint, michigan, soon to be a criminal case. the charges coming today against city officials. caught on camera. some tensions erupt after a school over a gender neutral bathroom. a tv crew filming in a remote area stumbling on the castaway stranded on a desert island. a good wednesday morning to you all. we begin with front-runners back on track after easily dominating the new york primary >> that's right. donald trump and hillary clinton both celebrating resounding victories in their home state, regaining momentum following a string of bruising losses, now they're a step closer to becoming their party's nominees and their rivals have an even slimmer chance than ever. >> trump was back looking for ab outsider and straight talker and
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picked up nearly all of new york's gop delegates. >> ted cruz moved on to pennsylvania and it's mathematically impossible for cruz to clinch the nomination before the congregants. >> trump celebrated at trump tower in manhattan and abc's tom llamas is there. tom. >> reporter: huge night for donald trump. so much excite many. trump with a huge win in his home state of new york telling me it was a special moment that there was a lot of love in new york. >> thank you, everybody and thank you new york. we love new york. >> reporter: he made three key points in his speech. one, he was so impressed by the big margin he won by and two calling for senator ted cruz to step aside. >> we don't have much of a race anymore based on what i'm seeing on television. senator cruz is just about mathematically eliminated. >> reporter: though cruz is convinced he can win at the convention and finally third he's going to keep working hard.
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again, we are going to be really i mean legitimately so great again and i just can't wait. >> reporter: today he'll be on a flight to indianapolis to start campaigning for that primary which votes in two weeks and, of course, focus on pennsylvania which is the next big contest. >> tom llamas, thank you. now to the democrats. hillary clinton says the race is in the home stretch and victory is in sight. >> clinton defeated sanders by a wide margin with the help of women and african-american voters and tried to appeal to sanders' supporters telling them there's more that unites them than divides them. sanders headed home to vermont after campaigning in pennsylvania. he congratulated clinton but complained that independents can't vote in the new york primary. abc's cecilia vega has more from the clinton victory party. >> reporter: diane and ryan, this was the win that hillary clinton not only wanted, it was the win that she needed after a string of recent losses. the victory speech that she gave
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a pivot toward the general election, we heard her extend an olive branch to the supporters of bernie sanders saying that there's much more in common that unites them than that divides them and laser focused on what election race against donald trump and mentioned him. >> we're going to go up against some powerful forces that will do and spend whatever it takes to stop us. >> reporter: as for bernie sanders, this was a win that he too needed, a must win in new york and he did not get that. he needed to win delegates here in this delegate rich state and now it appears that the battle for him could be a losing one. >> there are five primaryies next week, we think we'll do well and >> reporter: he is promising to stay in this race through the convention this summer. he will continue to likely hurt hillary clinton as she heads towards this general election but she is celebrating a big
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this one, diane and ryan, a very personal win. >> personal indeed. now that the primary is over the city of new york is planning to audit the board of elections after widespread reports of voting irregularities. >> more than 125,000 voters in brooklyn reportedly were removed from the voter registrationle ares. there's concern over faulty ballot scanners, poorly trained election workers and polling places that opened late. the candidates are looking ahead to the next five races on tuesday and the front-runners are breathing a sigh of relief as they regain their footing. >> abc's rick klein tells us what it all means. good morning, rick. >> reporter: diane and ryan, new york, new york, home sweet home for both hillary clinton and donald trump. their shared home state doing exactly what they needed it to do, deliver big resounding victories to put their candidacies essentially back on track. what new york does not do is
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one of them. they will have spirited challenges ahead for donald trump despite his delegate sweep in new york, a contested convention. a very real, maybe likely possibility going forward and for hillary clinton, having bernie sanders part of this race but both of them beginning to see the light at the end of the tunnel, both of them able to exalt with a victory in their home states and right now the momentum that had been shifting to challengers is now back with the front-runners. donald trump and hillary clinton now riding higher than ever. diane and ryan. >> thanks, rick. it's back to business, most of the candidates are hitting the road again today as next tuesday is another big primary day. >> that's right being called a mini super tuesday. primaries held in connecticut, delaware, maryland, pennsylvania and rhode island. >> and stay with abc news for the latest on the new york primary. live team coverage later on "good morning america." breaking overnight the first criminal charges in the flint water crisis are being announced today. at least two state regulators
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expected to face felony and misdemeanor charges for 18 months the city's water was not properly treated which released lead from aging pipes. people have been using filters and bottled water for the past few months. >> it's believed that at least eight people have drowned in this week's floods in houston. several died when they drove on flooded roads despite signs and barriers. thousands of homes have been damaged and their occupants and possessions destroyed. many roads remain impassable. the slow-moving storm will bring more rain to most of texas and louisiana. there was a tornado warning overnight further north near ft. worth. that area getting nearly an inch of rain in 13 minutes. >> seems like they can't catch a break there. still ahead exiting obamacare, the biggest insurer announces big plans with its future over the affordable care
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>> aftershocks still rattling nerves, one happening during a reporter's interview. tempers flare after a school installs gender neutral smoking causes 16 different types of cancer. you have one clear way to reduce your risk. you can quit smoking.
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we are looking at a 129-year-old church on the move in springfield, massachusetts. the first spiritual church was slowly rolled about 200 yards all to make room for a new mgm casino. the building and equipment used to move it weighed 500 tons collectively. president obama arrives in saudi arabia today for what may be the most tense of his four visits there. relations have been strained by the administration's outreach to iran and the conflict in syria. saudi arabia is also under
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oil prices, meanwhile, five senators are asking the president to press saudi arabia on human rights issues. adding to the discomfort between the u.s. and saudi arabia is a bill in congress with bipartisan support. it would allow americans to sue countries for their support of terrorism and there are charges that saudi arabia aided the september 11th terrorists. president obama opposes the bill. republican congressional leaders are skeptical but hillary clinton, bernie sanders and ted cruz all support it. and longtime cuban leader fidel castro has made what may be his last public appearance. he told members of cuba's communist party he will soon die but urged them to continue his ideas. castro noted he will be 90 years old in august and it was his first public appearance in many years. they re-elected his younger brother raulerson for another term. the death toll from that earthquake has passed 500 but many more bodies are buried in
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efforts are now turning to removing debris, restoring electricity and burying the dead. those efforts are being complicated by continued aftershocks like this one which hit while abc's linzie janis was speaking with an official. >> we have -- [ speaking a foreign language ] >> oh, a tremblor -- a tremor. >> yeah. >> reporter: you can see that the windows are moving. >> the interior minister says that aftershock was 1 of 250 since saturday's quake. when we come back more trouble for johnny manziel dropped by a major sponsor. caught on camera, a great white shark taking flight. motrin helps you be an unstoppable, let's-rock-this-concert- like-it's-1999 kind of mom.
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>> flying, airport delays likeliest in houston and dallas. it's the morning's top story, new yorkers have delivered for the front-runners handing donald trump and hillary clinton decisive victories. >> trump won 60% of the vote in nearly all of the state's 95 gop delegates, now he's the only republican candidate with any shot of clinching the nomination before the convention. >> clinton trounced bernie sanders and padded her delegate lead and says victory is now in sight but sanders isn't giving up. >> the obama administration is downplaying an announcement by united health care, the country's biggest health insurer, the company will exit most state obamacare exchanges by next year. the company's ceo said the market for exchanges in those states was too small and exposed united health care to too much financial risk. the company previously said it could lose up to half a billion dollars this year on those exchanges. a vigil was held last night in texas to remember murdered
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her body was found inside a church in midlothian. she was there to set up for a class. police released more surveillance video of the suspect dressed in police s.w.a.t. gear. experts say he should be easy to recognize given his distinctive walk and mannerisms. a so-called bathroom that barred a teen has been overturned by a federal appeals court. kevin grimm was born female but identifies as male and the court ruling says his high school policy barring him from the boys room was discriminatory and could be still appealed and may have implications for a similar new law in north carolina which critics say is also discriminatory. and things got a little rough outside of a high school in los angeles. students at a high school that recently installed gender-neutral bathrooms and some adult protesters scuffled. no one was injured and one person was detained. meanwhile, tracy morgan canceled an upcoming show in
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religious objections law. the law takes effect july 1st. it will allow some businesses to deny services to some lgbt citing religious beliefs. his scheduled performance was next friday. johnny manziel is ready for football but needs to find a new agent. his former representative drew rosenhaus has dropped him as a client because he says manziel has failed to make changes in his lifestyle. manziel says he's taking care of some issues in hopes of playing in the nfl this coming season. also nike dropped its endorsement deal with him. football is a couple months away but the playoffs in hockey and basketball are heating up. >> highlights from both are espn guys there giving it us, guys. >> good morning. he's stan, i'm neil. he must be going first. >> i got the spurs. mostly the spurs as it was in game one. >> i would have gone with hockey first.
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>> kawhi leonard, defensive player of the year and mills led the way with 16 points. all 1 players who played for them scored. they didn't get too much of anybody. a little bit from everybody including danny green. they led all the way. snooze fest, smooth sailing for the admiral's squad. 94-68. >> no yawning in playoff hockey. st. louis up 2-1 over chicago. they're on the defending stanley cup champions home ice and robby fabbri gets in corey crawford's airspace. crawford says, when i go to murphy's on merchant street, i like to eat alone. tar taresenko tears it up. he had two and alexander steen, interception, scores. blues, 4-3, lead the series four
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>> hawks over the celtics so atlanta with a two games to none lead over boston. >> these hawks lost but those hawks won. >> uh-huh. perceptive. >> there you go. >> back to you. >> good job, guys. well up next in "the pulse" real-life castaway. a tv crew finding a man on a deserted island. and a police officer delivers his own daughter in his patrol car. terry bradshaw? what a surprise! you know what else is a surprise? shingles. and how it can hit you out of nowhere. i know. i had it. that's why i'm here. c'mon let's sit down and talk about it. and did you know that one in three people will get shingles? i didn't know that. i did. he's on tv saying it. but have you done anything? (all) no. that's why i'm reminding people like you to ask your doctor or pharmacist about your risk of getting shingles. because if you had chickenpox
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utah police officer made a special delivery in the back of his own patrol car, his own baby girl. >> travis clark was racing his pregnant wife to the hospital when he heard the words, the baby is coming. clark said he didn't even have time to think. i mean, just imagine what is going through your mind at that point. he relied on his training, though, to get through the next few moments. >> around the car and caught baby and, you know, at that point in time i wrapped baby up with a blanket and gave her to mom and wrapped mom up and tied the umbilical cord with a string and turned the heat up in the car and waited for fire. >> that's my nightmare. just to hear the baby is coming when you're like 10, 15 minutes away from the hospital. the combat veteran clark says he's seen a lot of things but this was his proudest moment. good job, man, mom, dad, baby all doing fine. >> i wonder what his wife's reaction was. was she thinking this will all be fine, my husband is trained
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forecast and the ground is too soggy to absorb it. it's believed at least eight people have drowned. >> looking at today's weather, still fairly warm in the west. heavy rain in the western gulf states. showers further north. warm in the southeast. mild in the northeast and a little chilly in new england. this morning, britain is getting ready to mark queen elizabeth's 90th birthday tomorrow. there are plenty of official events going on to mark the occasion. >> what a big day. one the release of this photo showing four generations of royals. the queen, prince charles, prince william and little prince george. it was taken as part of a sheet of celebratory birthday stamps. >> prince george looks pretty happy there. also prince william sat down with the bbc to discuss his grandmum and to answer some criticism about his commitment to royal duties. >> i think the queen's duty and her service are tolerant.
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think, that's all been incredibly important to me and been a real sort of guiding example of just what a good monarch can be. i take duty very seriously and my responsibilities very seriously but it's about finding your own way at the right time and if you're not careful, duty can sort of weigh you down an awful lot at a very early age and i think you've got to develop into the duty role. my grandmother and father, 150% supportive behind everything i'm doing and harry and katherine. they very much understand, you know, whilst why grandmother is very active, my father is incredibly busy with his activities and other responsibilities, there's the time now and the space to explore other means of doing a worthwhile job. >> and on a much lighter note prince william and his brother
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close look at how "star wars" movies are made. >> they turoured a studio meeting some of the stars of the film and seeing how props are created and just like brothers got into a lightsaber battle and staged this mock duel and harry, of course, appearing to go for the low blow there, harry getting a big hug from the big guy himself. where is that picture? come on, chewie, get in there and give him a hug. these guys together good morning, it's 4:30,

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