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tonight, the urgent meeting, as passengers revolt. three-hour lines. passengers missing their flights. late today, the airlines venting their anger too over the tsa. the senator calling for the head of the tsa to be fired if he doesn't fix it in days. the rush hour attack in new york city. the knife-wielding man not far from times square. tourists right there. police opening fire. donald trump's money. what he says he made last year, and how. and late today, his list of choices for the supreme court. and breaking news, the reversal between donald trump and hillary clinton. the whisper revealed. for the first time, o.j. simpson's defense attorney robert shapiro speaks out about
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what simpson whispered right after the not guilty moment. the threat over equal pay. they play husband and wife in "house of cards." the real-life fight by robin wright to be paid the same as kevin spacey. did she win? good evening. we begin tonight with several developing stories. first, the anger mounting tonight against the tsa. passengers angry after missing flights, sleeping on cots after long lines. and word of a closed-door meeting, saying it must be fixed. one senator said the tsa chief should be fired unless it's fixed by memorial day weekend, nine days from now.
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>> reporter: flyers are in open revolt. >> it's ridiculous. >> reporter: the hashtag #ihatethewait. check out the endless lines at o'hare at 3:30 a.m. this morning. this is newark at 4:30. tucson at 5:00 in the morning. and tonight, dire predictions those lines will just get worse. this summer, expected to be the busiest ever. expectations of 231 million passengers, up from 222 million last year. that's 95,000 more passengers every day. but with 5,000 fewer screeners than three years ago. even in the middle of the afternoon, the lines seem to go on and on and on. late today, behind closed doors, members of congress being briefed by airport officials about what's going so wrong. >> we
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a little bit more friendly. >> reporter: one u.s. senator calling for the tsa chief to step down by memorial day if the problem isn't fixed. other fliers agreeing. >> if i did my job this bad i would not have to resign, they would resign me. >> reporter: one airline is trying to soothe frustrated fliers with live music. but the "game of thrones" theme perhaps not striking the right chord. and it's safe to say, many are bracing for a long summer ahead. david? >> thank you. we turn next to the rush hour attack in new york city. right near times square, a knife-wielding man, tourists witnessing it all. and police opening fire. here's linzie janis, reporting from the scene. >> shots fired! 4-9 and 8, 4-9 and 8, shots fired! >> reporter: it haen
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just blocks from times square. >> i heard six gunshots. immediately went to my window. >> reporter: the suspect lying face-down in the middle of the street. >> they tried to cuff him. however they realized he was dead so they stopped trying. then the police officer who shot him started crying and looked visibly traumatized. >> reporter: this intersection would have been bustling with commuters, tourists and cars, now you can see it is a crime scene. it started when the suspect, who was reportedly intoxicated, got into a confrontation with workers at this grocery store. >> a uniformed police officer on a foot post was alerted and he confronted the male. >> reporter: as more officers arrive, police say the 46-year-old man came at the cops with this eight inch knife. those officers firing nine shots. broadway stagehand casey ray claims he worked with the suspect at a nearby theater. you heard the shots? >> we walked out to smoke
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him lunging at the cops. >> reporter: david, one of the officers suffered a minor cut in the struggle and one tourist was grazed on the wrist by a bullet. in this extremely crowded area, it could have been so much worse. david? >> thank you. we turn to the race for the white house. and the new poll, this could be a tight race all the way through november. the poll now showing donald trump leading hillary clinton by three points nationally. within the margin of error, but that's a flip from the last poll, that had clinton ahead. donald trump hopes to send a new message about foreign policy. and what his financial disclosure reveals about his wealth. here's tom llamas. >> reporter: he still won't release his tax returns, but tonight a new glimpse into the deep pockets of donald trump. >> i'm really rich. >> reporter: in new campaign financial documents, trump claiming his income last y
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at least $619 million. that includes $50 million from selling the miss universe pageant. $30 million in profits from his mar-a-lago resort. and $132 million from his miami golf club. plus hundreds of millions from real estate ventures around the world. trump claims he's worth $10 billion, but there's no proof of that yet. the list comes as trump marks off his presidential checklist. one day after saying he'd break with u.s. policy and meet with north korean dictator kim jong-un, trump today visiting former secretary of state henry kissinger. and releasing this list of 11 possible supreme court picks. he has promised the best. >> if i win, we're gonna put good, solid, brilliant, conservative judges on the court. >> reporter: on trump's list, eight men and three women. all conservative, all white, most under 55 years old. and at least one who has mocked trump.
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texas supreme court judge don willett tweeting just last month, "we'll rebuild the death star. it'll be amazing, believe me. and the rebels will pay for it. darth trump." is trump looking past all that? his daughter ivanka does say he's turning over a new leaf. especially since coming under attack for his comments about women. this hillary clinton super p.a.c. ad now turning his words against him. >> a person that's flat-chested is very hard to be a 10. >> reporter: ivanka trump now defending her father. >> the race is different now and i think people will be able to see the softer side of him. >> reporter: and trump himself sitting down with megyn kelly, ending the nine-month feud that began with this moment. >> you've called women you don't like fat pigs, dogs, slobs and disgusting animals. >> reporter: now the fox host confronting trump about demeaning tweets he sent about her. >> that was a retweet.
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>> many times. >> oh. okay. excuse me. >> what do you -- >> not the most horrible, you're not the most horrible, over your life, you've been called a lot worse. >> reporter: still, trump's softer side does have its limits. >> but i will say this. if i don't go all the way, and if i don't win, i will consider it to be a total and complete waste of time, energy and money. >> tom, we saw donald trump's list of possible supreme court picks. but you said, some of the judges were a surprise to see their names on the list? >> the texas judge we mentioned laughed it off. instead of commenting, judge willett said he's exercising
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and hillary clinton, declaring victory in kentucky overnight. though abc news is not calling it. too close. sanders winning oregon. the math is nearly impossible for him, but he's vowing to fight until the end. here's cecilia vega. >> reporter: these images of angry bernie sanders supporters, in nevada, coming to represent a nasty feud shaking up the democratic party. it got so bad, the state party chair received death threats. sanders, denouncing the violence. but after another hard-fought fight, he's vowing to
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but the reality is, that's nearly impossible. to take the lead among pledged delegate, he needs to win 67% of those still up for grabs. and that defiance from his supporters now has some democratic party leaders worried it's their convention that could take a violent turn. >> it worries me a great deal. i don't want to go back to the '68 convention. i worry what it could do to the electorate, and he should, too. >> reporter: and hillary clinton in the spotlight once again for the controversial speaking fees. her husband, 22 speeches for over $5 million. >> and cecilia vega
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well. as much as hillary clinton wants to put the primary behind her, there's now talk of another democratic debate? >> reporter: yes, before california's primary in june. tonight, democratic party leaders tell us they're skeptical it will ever happen. >> thank you. there are new revelations this evening about the o.j. simpson murder trial. robert shapiro speaking out. and for the first time, sharing what it was that o.j. whispered to him after that not guilty moment. here's lindsay davis. >> reporter: robert shapiro is back in the headlines tonight after this interview with fox news' megyn kelly where he talks for the first time in 20 years about among other things where he thinks the prosecution went wrong. >> the prosecution wedded themselves to one knife, one killerhe
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i think it's pretty clear, that it was within reasonable medical probability that more than one knife was used. >> reporter: shapiro was recently portrayed in the hit fx series, "the people versus o.j. simpson." >> you are going to say this is all about race. >> yes, because it is. >> reporter: he also discusses that fateful moment when the prosecution asked simpson to try on the glove. the same glove shapiro now admits to first trying on himself. >> here's what i told o.j. simpson. hold up your hand like you're holding the olympic torch and pull and tug on that glove, because it will not fit. >> if it doesn't fit, you must acquit. >> reporter: he also reveals what o.j. whispered to him just moments after the verdict was read. >> what did he say? >> you had told me this would be the result from the beginning. you were right. >> reporter: shapiro would not say if he thinks simpson was guilty but he did make a distinction between moral just
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said he believes legal justice was served. david? >> thank you. overseas from nigeria, a schoolgirl kidnapped from boko haram is free tonight. 276 girls were taken from their school two years ago. she said she was out getting firewood when a patrol found her and her baby, born in captivity. next to a well-known tv star, revealing her behind the scenes fight. robin wright, demanding equal pay, arguing she should be paid the same as kevin spacey. here's elizabeth vargas. >> reporter: tonight actress robin wright breaking her silence, and living up to her to tough-as-nails character on the hit show "house of cards." >> i'm worried about
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>> i've always been your running mate. you just didn't want to see it. >> reporter: the actress tonight opening up about her real life fight for equal pay. revealing how she fought for the same salary as her co-star kevin spacey. and won. >> you do have to shame and guilt them into it. and i did it on my show recently. i was like, "i want to be paid the same as kevin." >> reporter: spacey was reportedly making $500,000 an episode. robin wright, an estimated $420,000. so the actress says she made the case to producers that not only were their characters equal on the show, but that research showed her character was at the time more popular with viewers. >> tell me, am i really the enemy you want to make? >> reporter: a move that could have been ripped straight from the playbook of her character claire underwood. >> so i capitalized on that moment, and i was like, "you better pay me or i'm going to go public." and they did it. >> reporter: tonight, side by
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real life. >> and elizabeth joins us now. the producers of the show aren't talking, but she's not the first actress to fight this fight. >> yes, turn it on the flip side. they're famous women that have been honored for being the best in their field. if they're not earning as much as their male counter parts, it raises serious questions. new developments in the national park tragedy. the shivering baby bison before tourists brought him into the car. now, they're trying to explain why. and the dramatic rescue, the firefighter that needed help
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next tonight to a consumer alert. if you're tired of the robocalls during the dinner hour, clayton sandell with a new tool to fight back. >> reporter: those dreaded robocalls. >> hello, this is rachel at cardholder services. >> reporter: millions made every day. >> two to three times a day. >> sometimes twice in five minutes. >> reporter: and soon, it may be getting a lot worse. because last fall, congress changed the law allowing federal debt collectors to send robocalls to the cell phones of anyone with, say, a student loan or irs debt without their permission. >> my phone rings, i think it's something important and it's a recording. >> reporter: now, the collection industry is telling congress and the fcc that all businesses should be allowed to send robocalls without permission. arguing, "wireless phones are
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philadelphia. wheel... of... fortune! ladies and gentlemen, here are the stars of america's game, pat sajak and vanna white. oh, hi! how you doing? [ cheers and applause ] thank you. thank you, jim. thanks, everybody. how nice of you to join us. and now we're coming apart. it's an amazing thing. aw. see you later. there they go. they're ready. first "toss up" of the night.


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