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making news in america this morning, it's a big day in the presidential race. voters head to the polls in five states. but can anyone clinch the nomination and who's expecting a clean sweep? severe weather. dangerous conditions taking shape. the perfect ingredients for twisters and large hail. where the danger zone is right now. plus, powerful winds on the west coast. a sailboat captain needing rescue. new video in after a plane came down on a florida home. see the frantic moments as witnesses try to get to the burning wreckage. and a big bear roaming a neighborhood running down the sidewalk through front yards forcing people indoors.
a good tuesday morning to you all. it's another big day in the race for the white house with voters in five states heading to the polls. primarying being held in maryland, delaware, rhode island, connecticut and pennsylvania. the biggest prize of the day, donald trump and hillary clinton are hoping to sweep all five states and trump is taking aim at his rivals after they teamed up to try to take him down. it's "your voice, your vote" and abc's kenneth moton is live in bethesda, maryland. good morning, kenneth. >> reporte >> reporter: good morning, ryan and diane. here in maryland donald trump and hillary clinton have double-digit leads. voters will head to the polls and we'll find out if those attacks on the front-runners had an impact. the cruz/kasich alliance was in full effect and under attack by front-runner donald trump. >> if you look at these two guy, one is 1 for 41. the other one, he's like a total disaster. >> reporter: even attacking
>> i have never seen a human being eat in such a disgusting fashion. this guy takes a pancake and he's shoving it in his mouth. it's disgusting. do you want that for your presidential? i don't think so. >> reporter: today trump is expecting a clean sweep in the five states up for grabs including delegate rich pennsylvania but his rivals are focused on next week's primary in indiana. the goal, stop trump by kasich conceding the state to cruz. >> there may be issues on which we disagree but more unites us. >> i can spend my resources most effectively and the same is true for senator cruz. what's the big deal? ♪ this is my fight song >> reporter: hillary clinton in philadelphia, the location of the democratic national convention exactly three months from this week confident she'll be back to accept her party's nomination. >> it is not enough to diagnose our problems, we feed to know how to solve them and then we've got to bring everybody together to do just
>> reporter: rival bernie sanders pointing out during a late night rally in philly unity could be a tough task for clinton. >> this campaign is succeeding because we are listening to the people of this country and not wealthy campaign contributors. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: no one has clinched his or her party's nomination but the candidates are still shopping around for running mates. clinton has a short list and cruz is said to be considering former rival now supporter carly fiorina. diane and ryan. >> never a dull moment. kenneth, thank you. now a quick look at the delegate count, 172 up for grabs on the republican side. nearly 400 for the democrats. donald trump currently has 884 delegates inching closer to that magic number of 1,237. ted cruz is next with 554 and john kasich has 146. hillary clinton has more than 1,900 delegates. she woul
the nomination. bernie sanders has 1,172. >> stay with abc news for the latest on today's primary election. we'll have complete coverage online and on air and live interview with bernie sanders later on "good morning america." turning to the weather. a lot of the middle part of the country is on alert for severe storms today. >> from austin to omaha is likely to see multiple tornadoes, as well as hail, heavy rain and thunderstorms. on the radar you can see the trouble spots. more from abc's lauren lyster. >> reporter: hail pounding the deck of this northern illinois home. more than a thousand miles away, san antonio, texas, getting hit hard too. storms moving through south central texas with warnings of damaging winds and possibly a weak tornado. abc's rob marciano was there tracking today's severe weather. >> from dallas to wichita to lincoln, nebraska, big-time
and this whole threat pushes to the east on wednesday, but by far, will bring the most vial le violent storms. >> reporter: these pebbles pelting the city north of l.a. and making this boat rescue off the coast difficult. the choppy water was too much for this small sailboat. fortunately no one was hurt. strong winds causing problems too picking up and tossing this heavy canopy at a car wash. this sign getting toppled. a high wind advisory in effect overnight in several southern california counties. lauren lyster, abc news, new york. president obama is back in washington this morning. he wrapped up his trip to europe on a serious note meeting with allies on the threat of terrorism and other problems in the middle east. in public comments before a private meeting the president said european nations have to do more in the fight against isis. he called this a defining moment for europe. and there's new information this morning about the
investigation into prince's death. the minneapolis star tribune reports that the investigation is focusing on drugs. the paper claims authorities are focusing on the role that painkillers played in the 57-year-old's fatal collapse last week and it quotes an attorney for prince's two late siblings who claim he was told about, quote, substantial problems with painkillers and cocaine more than a decade ago, but many longtime friends of prince say they have never observed him using drugs. the family of a 12-year-old boy shot dead by police in cleveland has settled with the city for $6 million. tamir rice was playing with a pellet gun when officers arrived and one opened fire within two seconds. the head of the police union said the family should use the money to educate kids about the dangers of playing with real and replica guns, an idea the rice family attorney called tone deaf. the man who alleges he was sexually abused by former house speaker dennis hastert is now suing has territory for unpaid hush money. the man's breach of contract
promised him $3.5 million to stay quiet about the alleged decades old abuse. but that has territory only paid him about half that. has territory will be sentenced tomorrow on federal banking charges which he pleaded guilty to last fall. a wayward bear caused a big scare in a los angeles neighborhood last night. it was spotted fear a college campus springing through the area and alluded officers for two hours and students were warned to stay inside. the bear eventually was safely tranquilized and will be released back into the wild after it gets a medical checkup. still ahead, a new warning about those brightly covered laundry pods. >> sifting through the wreckage, a plane crashes into a home and dramatic new video showing the moments right after the crash. plus, dangling on the edge. a slow landslide getting worse. see that? putting homes in danger of falling.
a brush fire in southern california is threatening homes. heavy rain did little to curb it and officials say it's likely fire will grow. right now it covers about six acres in riverside county. and this morning, there's a new warning about the spread of the zika virus. the world health organization says there's the potential for a marked increase in the number of zika infections in the coming months and to expect them in more countries. zika is spread by mosquitoes but can also be sexually transmitted. scientists are concerned it could reach the southern u.s. and parts of europe by this summer and there's no treatment for vaccine. erin andrews and the two companies involved in her case
andrews was awarded $55 million last month after a jury found the companies and her stalker at fault for posting that video on the internet. the companies had ameed the verdict. now they've reached a confidential settlement which could avoid years of appeals. the danger of laundry pods to children is growing. every 45 minutes a poison control center gets a call about a child who ate or came into contact with detergent. that's up 17% but experts say not all cases are reported. well, leave it to the british for the latest culinary innovation, a plant that has the basic ingredients for both french fries and ketchup. the tomtato grows potatoes and tomatoes. tomtato. a celebrity couple name. when we come back, caught on camera, a teenager working under his truck when it comes crashing
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big enough to swallow a car. thank goodness for that quick thinking police officer. >> you saw that happening from quite a bit away too. very impressive. drivers in the middle of the u.s. may have to think quickly as well if they come upon flooded roads this morning. whatever you do, try not to drive into any standing water. the wet roads will extend into the northeast and down to the gulf coast. there may also be snow in the western mountains. if you're flying airport delays are likeliest in dallas, denver, kansas city, washington, philadelphia, new york and boston. and we're learning more this morning about a plane crash right in the middle of a south florida neighborhood. >> cell phone video captured the moments just after the crash. three people on board the private beach craft were severely burned. no one on the ground hurt. despite the raging fire which was touched off when the plane hit a house where the homeowner was inside. >> when the plane hit his house, it actually bounced over one
of the next house so obviously there were some very fortunate people. >> the faa says the pilot was practicing takeoffs and landings at the nearby airport in pompano beach when the accident happened. the victims, one woman and two men, were burned over 30% of their bodies. new details into the execution style murders of eight family members in southern ohio. authorities have confirmed that a facebook threat was made against the youngest victim, 16-year-old chris rodin. they're pursuing other leads as the manhunt intensifies. commercial marijuana grow operations were found in three of the four homes where the murders took place. dozens of property owners in colorado springs are seeking federal aid because they say their homes are in landslide zones they didn't know about. recent heavy rain has triggered slides in the area. those homeowners claim they were never told about the potential threat before they bought their homes. they now hope federal assistance will help them buy out properties that have been
and this surveillance video shows a pickup truck slip off a jack trapping a 17-year-old in san diego. as cameron king was screaming for help a u.p.s. driver and neighbors come to his rescue. they help bet the truck off him. king suffered some scrapes and swelling, but surprisingly nothing serious. he's now calling himself the luckiest man alive. >> indeed. there has been no response from tom brady or the patriots following an appeals court to reinstate his suspension. that reversed an earlier ruling which threw out the suspension clearing brady to play all of last season. if there's no appeal, brady won't be able to play until new england's october 9th game in cleveland. and there's plenty of speculation about tiger woods possibly planning his return to competitive golf. we learned yesterday that woods has registered for june's u.s. open but that's no guarantee he will play in the tournament. now, woods has been away from competition since having two back procedures last year.
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g. ♪ ♪ born in the usa >> time to check "the pulse" starting with a faint worthy moment for one fan capturing the boss. >> this bruce springsteen fan looked as thrilled as everyone else when the rock legend ventured into the crowd midsong but talk about a surprise of a lifetime. springsteen moved in for a close-up, wrapped his arm around her and left her in utter disbelief. >> even better, every moment of that jaw-dropping experience was captured by another fan in slo-mo. >> classic. just classic. wow. >> got to love the boss. >> okay, now we know housing is expensive in new york city but i got to say this is a bit much. see that thing right there, that fl
brooklyn. guess how much it's being offered for. >> 20 bucks. >> a mere 500 grand, folks. half a million. >> it measures 12x26 feet and even has a partially finished basement. the realtor admits it does need work because it used to house pit bulls and other pets and a few blocks away is one of the most polluted waterways in the big apple. >> having six roommates doesn't look so bad. living in your parents' basement doesn't seem that bad either. some news that bum out dog owners. your favorite pet may not like to be hugged as much as you think. >> okay. >> researchers in canada analyzed pictures of dogs being hugged and found most canines often look anxious or distressed when you hug them. >> dogs show signs of distress when their bare their teeth or turn their head away from something or partially close their eyes. they don't even like being hugged because they're built to run not really to cuddle. well, that dog seems pet happy. that dog
>> doesn't seem very happy. finally, a scientific formula that's aimed at predicting how many of your socks go -- are going to go missing. this is all for real. >> they call it believe it or not the sock loss index. the "l" represents the size of your load of laundry, other factors taken into account the number of people in your house and how frequently you do the wash. >> now, maybe the strangest part deals with how much you either love or hate doing the wash, all kidding aside, the whole thing commissioned by samsung for the launch of its new washing machine. now, folks, i just want to tell you this isn't telling you ho you to find your socks, just why you lose them. >> and how frequently. >> next up, why you don't want to go to work. >> so you can predict it. >> yeah. >> i lost all mine. i'm just not wearing any. >> you're not. >> no socks. >> nice. they're all gone. my washing machine lost them. >> see if i could wear heels it would be easy for me like that. >> you'll have to do the formula instead. >> it's true
26th.. the month is just ticking away-- only 5 days left in april. and not that we are counting, but summer is only 56 days away. good morning washington. toss to eileen today: partly becoming mostly cloudy. warm and breezy. pm strong/severe storms possible. highs: 80-86 winds: sw 10-15+ g 25 mph tonight: mostly cloudy. a few showers. lows: 50-55 winds: ne 5 mph wednesday: mostly cloudy and cooler. isolated showers possible.
overnight -- a deadly stabbing in the district. d-c police say a man was found around 1:30 this morning in the 12-hundred block of north capitol street northwest, near the intersction with new york avenue. we have a crew heading to the scene and will bring you a live report coming up later this morning. the owners of a virginia business are suing several lawmakers-- for allegedly trying to drive them out of business the owners of "nova armory" in arlington have filed suit against 64 people who protested its opening last month in the lyon park neighborhood. four democratic members of the virginia gera
named in the lawsuit. "nova armory's" owners are asking for more than two-million dollars damages and lost revenue. the first of 252 new names have been engraved on the national law enforcement officers memorial in northwest d-c. among those being honored is montgomery county officer noah loetta. the new names on the wall represent 123 officers who died in the line of duty last year... and 129 officers who died in previous years. jim lee and kirk bockman have etched each of the more than 20-thousand names on the wall. the names will be formally dedicated at the candlelight vigil on may 13th during national police week. meanwhile-- the fate of the redskins trademark could
hands of the u-s supreme court. the team has asked the court to hear its case alongside a similar trademark lawsuit. the redskins are challenging a decision by the federal government to cancel the trademark on the grounds it's offensive to native americans. the case is now working its way through the courts. it's xx and we're just getting started. maryland voters prepare to head to the polls on another super tuesday. and the latest polls are predicting a multi-state blow-out for two candidates. we'll break down the latest numbers.. coming up. good morning washington. today: partly becoming mostly cloudy. warm and breezy. pm strong/severe storms possible.