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>> i will fight for you every single day in the white house. >> new york state help me the country to political revolution. antwan: calling on new yorkers for support. we're following breaking news out of westchester, students are on lockdown, they were sense an alert that an armed suspect may have fled the campus, we have a fox 5 crew on the way. christina: to race for white house, hillary clinton, and bernie sanders were stumping for much needed votes fors this race could come down to the wire tuesday.
clinton where a -- with a 53-43% lead over bernie sanders. >> lidia curanaj has been following them both today, she was with mrs. clinton today. reporter: st depends on what poll you want to believe, one poll had clinton up as much as 14, it looks like that gap is narrowing, it could be anyone's race. hillary clinton keeping up her busy campaign schedule in new york just days ahead of the democratic primary. sunday mayor de blasio stumped for the former secretary of state in brooklyn. >> i was up in washington heights, i said to trump last summer -- enough, you stop with the hate filled rhetoric.
baptist church in westchester county, asking supporters to vote not just in the primary but also the general election. >> i am asking for you to be part of what i do as president. reporter: sounding hoarse she spoke with hundreds of supporters. >> i think that staten island values are new york values, and new york values are american values. reporter: i asked supporters why they believe she should be president. they cited same reason, her experience. >> her years as secretary of state and as senator, makes her the most qualified. >> she has been fighting for new york, two time senator, a great ambassador for america. reporter: i noticed throughout
not mention sanders, she is looking straight ahead atrogen rally election, and assumes that trump will be her opponent in the race for the white house. antwan: tuesday will be interesting. christina: bernie sanders is looking for support in the city. antwan: with a massive rally at prospect park in brooklyn today, lisa evers, one of the thousands in attendance. reporter: they filed in. many have been waiting for hours. >> bernie is the man. reporter: what do you like about him. >> he tells the truth, consis sten. reporter: why are you for bernie? >> because he is from vermont, i go to vermont. reporter: the sea of signs told the story of support, for the senator who is from flatbush. >> we fully support bernie. we were canvassing earlier
we're huge supporter mainly because of campaign finance reform. >> he is only campaign that believes in campaign finance reform, he talks about it and practices what he preaches. reporter: danny devito got the crowd pumped up. >> ladies and gentlemen, hiroki kuroda for a hometown boy -- we are here for a hometown boy, brooklyn, new york. i one on hear it, bernie. >> bernie. >> bernie. >> this is a campaign that is on the move. this is a campaign that a year ago was considered a fringe
secretary clinton, well they don't consider us fringe any more. reporter: political pundits give hillary clinton the lead, but the sanders supporters hope to prove them wrong tuesday, lisa evers, "fox 5 news." christina: on other side, tuesday's g.o.p. primary race appears to be a one-sided apear with donald trump ahead of ted cruz 54 to 21% among new york republican voters, john kasich third at 19%. antwan: and trump took his campaign to staten island, speaking at richmond county lincoln day brunch. he took shots at his competitors and told the crowd what he thinks tuesday during the new york primary. >> we'll have a big day
new york, a guy like cruz you heard his statement on new york values, i can't imagine any new yorkers voting for cruz, and he can't beat hillary, i'm going beat hillary. >> trump headed to poughkeepsie, and polls show him with a substantial lead among republican voters in new york. christina: senator cruz -- took a break from campaign trail. sweep follows cruise's victory last month in wyoming, helping keeping donald trump from securing nomination. antwan: third republican in race for white house kept a low profile, john kasich not have a scheduled even, but tomorrow he will hold town halls in syracuse, and. for latest campaign news to tuesday's primary visit
christina: the death toll continues to rise following yesterday's earthquake in -- ecuador. the mag magnitude 7.8 is strongest in hit the area in decades. rescuer are digging through the rubble trying to fine survivors. antwan: search and rescue effort continue in japan as well, 11 people remain missing after two powerful earthquakes hit the area, killing 41. they are searching for survivors, teams are going through destroyed buildings. >> officials are investigating a disturbing incidence over the skies in london, a flight, is said to have hit a drone while approaching heathrow today. no one was hurt that plane
have been made so far. antwan: fox news reporting that obama administration is expected to decide in 60 days if they will declassify 28 pages of sealed documents from 9/11 commission investigation, some believe that there are evidence that ages of sawed government provided and supports terrorist, but 9/11 commission respect they found no evidence. there is growing bipartisan pressure to make the documents public. >> allows saudis to continue feeling there is no sanction against them to fund terrorist activity, and train the next generation of terrorists in mosques and schools that are financed by saudi arabia. antwan: fox news reports that pressure on congress to block a proposed bill to allow saudi arabia government to be held responsible in u.s. courts for any role is plays in september
antwan: nypd is investigating a -- >> he was holding an open bottle of alcohol, and had a gun. police say that officers chased him when he took off, the suspect allegedly reached for his weapons, the officers opened fire killing him. his name has not been released. antwan: police investigating what caused a guest to fall from 10 floor on a hotel on upper 12 side, he fell ought a out a andyo -- a day's inn. christina: a man accused of harassing relatives of a teacher killed in the newtown school massacre, he is accused of approaching his sister. and claiming the shootings never took place.
and 20 first graders who were killed in 2012, tomorrow mills is to disclose whether he will accept a plea deal or go to trial. antwan: mets manager said that health of his newborn son has improved now mets places degrom on family emergency leave yesterday, because of health concerns with his son who was born monday. degroms hope to take jackson home from the hospital tomorrow. christina: a look at security at the airport. antwan: keeping illegal drugs out of the country. christina: we show you a local art exhibit that has new yorkers hopping to lower manhattan. antwan: hello samantha. samantha: it was a fantastic weekend. temperatures will near 80. your forecast is coming up, duke. duke: all right on "sports
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he say's we should punish women who have abortions. there has to be some form of punishment. that mexicans who come to america are rapists. they're rapists. and that we
should ban muslims from coming here at all. total and complete shut down. donald trump say's we can solve americas problems by turning against each other. it's wrong and it goes against everything new york and america stand for. with so much at stake, she's the one tough enough to stop trump. hillary clinton.
airport to see how officials are tackling this problem. reporter: illegal drugs stuffed in suitcase walls, powder cocaine filled handrails inside of the suitcases. and at new york's jfk, kuforts cust oj agents say they have just about seen it all. reporter: is there anything that has surprised you? >> individuals that have surgically implanted narcotics in their body. reporter: it is a constant game of cat and mouse, looking for creative concealment methods. pots, and pans, pay pastries and other food items have been vehicle of drug smug smugglers lately.
part of the world. reporter: creation said that agents use a multilayered process to catch illegal activity every day. >> we're looking for a needle in a hey stock, we look at -- haystack, we look for anomalies in travel. reporter: it begins 72 hours before they board a flight, officers receive information on where a passenger begins their trip, and how many stop they make, and how the ticket was paid for, any one of these things could trigger questioning, and a search here at jfk . >> from immigration booth to becomage -- baggage claims. >> you could try but sooner or later we're going to get you. >> fox news in new york. christina: new yorker are hopping down to lower manhattan
antwan: it called intrude, it features 5 stories that are two stories tall, some are taller, they want work to be approach yaibl but beaoproachable with deeper meaning. christina: weather could not have been more for tech perfect for the annual persian day parade. >> samantha, it was gorgeous, we heard 70, can we hear 80 tomorrow? samantha: yes. fantastic out there. short sleeve shirt will do it for you. a warm day, feeling more like an early summer day for most, clear, cool tonight, a frost advisory for eastern suffolk
the chilly nights and warm days, tomorrow with the sunshine, temperatures rising quickly, we'll get close to 80, warmest day this month at central park is 79, we'll be very close to that next good chance of rain is not until later on this the week, friday, really this sunny and dry weather will continue for us, we have been lucky out lately. temperatures, right now, are starts to get cooler, 50 in ice limb, french -- 50 in islip, 40 in montauk. and a quiet night, light out of the south wind from montauk to new york city, and sussex the calm wind, with clear skies that is why temperatures will be a little bit cool, some of have you seen this, if you see bright planet next to the moon this is jupiter, you will see it for most of the night, they are
happen too often, clear skies overhead, great to see that, high pressure is in place you can see the bubble of dry air, eastern portion of united states looks so nice, not nice everywhere, now, moving out of texas to louisiana, arkansas, middle of united states there is severe weather, back side of the storm, there has been snow, parts of boulder, colorado, i saw i think 40 inches of snow, it not warm across the entire united states, but we're we're lucky out here in the northeast, it has been nice, and will continue to be nice. overnight tonight, in morning we have clear skies, a beautiful sunrise when you wake up, temperatures up quickly with the sunshine, look to the north, there a weak coal front that this this now tomorrow night tuesday morning that drifts south, green indicates shower, and the green breaks up there might be a slight chance of a
chance will be to our east, otherwise the cold spell will go south we clear out it will be quite breezy tuesday, tonight, 32-52, cheryl i shotted inland, away from water, at new york city about 52 tomorrow looks good, cool in morning dry in afternoon, and we'll bump it up to about 78, flirting with 80 degree mark, a nice warm day, clouds starts tuesday with a slight of chance of a sprinkle then sunshine with a breeze, we are just you know a touch cooler, we have sunshine, and string like weather, there is your chance of rain friday, and then saturday morning, and next week, looks pretty good no big storms on the horizon. christina: i'm happy. antwan: a big announcement out of coachella.
even when the deck is stacked, a new yorker will find a way to break up big banks, create millions of jobs, and rebuild america. some say it can't be done again. but another native son of new york
is ready -- bernie. rebuild the middle class, make wall street banks pay their fair share, give every child a chance. new york -- it's our time again to build a future to believe in. sanders: i'm bernie sanders
acdc guitaristage ist angus young. they played last night at coachella. axl rose will tour at at frontman for the summer. >> duke has his rock on. on "sports extra." presented by toyota a big show, a lot of baseball talk with david lennon, and ken davidoff. and we're talking about knicks and coaching search, and bagley of espn . and raj aber. >> we talk play off hockey. christina: moments away. antwan: thank you, duke. christina: stay with us, we'll be right back.
the top 100 c.e.o.s have more wealth for retirement than the bottom 100 million americans. how does that happen? well, they use lobbyists to get special tax breaks. my plan -- close the tax loopholes and make them pay
their fair share. seniors who've worked hard deserve the opportunity to stay independent, pay their bills, and most of all, enjoy their grandchildren. it's time to bring back a basic american value -- fairness. i'm bernie sanders,
welcome i am duke castiglione, it is great to have you with us, mets in cleveland this afternoon, this was a type of game they needed at the plate and the on the mownsd on the mound, conforto i think will be a big time player in the 3 spot. we saw this today. in three spot, coming up big, doubled to right center field, then in second inning mets up 4-0. and doubles off the bag.