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jusy been made. president obama touching down, landing in havana, the first president to visit cuba since calvin coolidge in 1928. while we're here, we will have an exclusive interview with president obama, and he will meet privately with the cuban president, and speak directly to the cuban people first. in a televised speech. the first family is here. the cuban people are welcoming them with open arms. as many ask back home, how far will be president go with what he says, about a communist government and human rights? and about the freedoms of ordinary cubans? president obama landing here in cuba late today making history. just 90 miles from the u.s. he is the first president to visit cuba in 88 years. it comes a little more than a year after the president announced the u.s. would begin normalizing relations with cuba, a thaw decades after the cold war ended.
president the first time we asked him if this day was coming. will you visit cuba ininour final two years as president? >> you know, i don't have any currt plans to visit cuba. >> reporter: not ruling it out? >> well, let's see how tngs evolve. >> reporter: after that first inrview, we brought you to cuba. driving to find the former u.s. embassy here, stripped of itit title and shut down after fidel castro took power. at the time, cubans, aware of the growing tensions, ling up before the embassy could close to applyor american visas, the wait list months long. but outside the old embassy this past year, we witnessed the first signs of the thaw. you can see the heavy security behind me, the officers on the corner here. we were here as members of the u.s. delegation arrived a short time ago, because there is great hope that this will soon become the u.s. embassy again. and tonight, the embassy is now open again, and ononis first night here, it will be among president obama's first stops. cuba, on average making just $20
by some estimates, just 5% have internet access in their homes. and tonight, the people here are waiting for the erican president. here in the heart of old havana, you talk to the young families hereand hear the same thing over and over. it's time. i ask yvette, 24, what she thinks of the president's visit. [ speaking foreign language ] she tells us we don't know exactly what will happen but i hope there is something good and families can be reunited. and th young father, andy, telling us it's good that cuba and the u.s. can now g along. and reveals he has family he would love to visit in louisiana. the president will make an historic speech televised to the cuban people. and inside this merceria, a tiny store, i ask, will they be watching? and what if president obama offers tough words about what change must come.
of course, she says. she'll be listening. and we're preparerefor anything the president has to say. on the streets here, scenes frozen in time. the americ cars from the 1950s. >> the road to havana paved with glory for fidel castro. >> reporter: when fidel castro took power in 1959, he shut down imports of american cars. 60,000 vintage cars still driven here. the cars, a symbol of an economy in slow motion for decades, still controllededy a communist government. and there are still arrests. dissidents who speak out about their own government. president obama, aware of criticism from some back home, that the embargo should not be lifted. and we will ask him about that while here. but already, more americans are now visiting cuba. for cultural exchanges, simply coming for tourism is not yet allowed. flights from america will soon resume. there is a bidding war among airlines already. and tonight, starwood hotels and resorts just announcing they
hotels here. >> the monte carlo of the americas. >> reporter: more than half a century ago, cuba was a tourist mecca for americans. the nightclubs, the gambling. but now it's president obama's gamb. will restoring relations, and pushing for a more open economy, actually give cubans a new voice? as many americans back home wait to visit as totoists again, to see the culture frozen in time, and those american cars. we asked, with no american parts allowed in for decades, who fixes them and how? mechanics who improvise. a '53 plymouth. in that car, now a mercedes engine. and we wondered how much of the car is original. [ speaking forei language ] henswers with a smile, just the body and the transmission. rebuilding it all on their own. as an american president now arrives,s,any ask what will change here. and how far will he e in private with president castro and public, before the cuban people.
acknowledged that the embargo will likely not be lifted in cuba until the n nt president. and we'll ask about some of the criticism back home, that it shouldn't be lifted at all. our exclusive interview th the president tomorrow night. our first moments with the president first thing in the morning on "good morning america." and abc news coverage of this historic visit gets under way. we'll be back from cuba a lilile bit later, with a letter arriving from the president before he arrived, and a message he sent about a cup of cuban coffee. but fit, let's go back to new york and tom llamas. tom, good evening. >> david, thank you, and good back here at home and the race donald trump defending his campaign workers and supporters. after more violence erupts inside one of his rallies. a protester punched and kicked by a trump supporter as they were being escorted out on saturday night.
confrontation. this time, with another protester. here's marbruce. >> reporter: it's the most violent confrontation yeye a protester at this trump rally in tucson escorted out when n trump supporter sucker-punches him, pulls him to the ground, and repeatedly kicks him. the supporter, arrested. but tonight, donald trump seeming to blame the man who was hit. >> these people are very disruptive people, george. these are not innocent lambs.. >> but does that excuse punching and kicking a protester? >> well, you know, he or his partner was wearing a ku klux klan outfit. this happened to be an african-american man who was very, very incensed to the fact that somebody, a protester, would be wearing a ku klux klan outfit. >> reporter: fact t , the man who was punched was wearing a stars and stripes shirt. still, trump on "this week" says protesters share responsibility for the unrest. >> at what point do people blame the protesters? these are people that are professional agitators. >> so, you're blaming the protesters, not the person who
protester? >> no, i'm saying this, these are professional agitators and they should be blamed there, too. >> reporter: tmp also defending his campaign manager, corey lewandowski, after grabbing a protester by the collar. watch again. lewandowski in the grey suit. >> i give him credit for having spirit. he wanted them to take down those horrible profanity-laced signs. >> reporter: this is the second time lewandowski has been accused of getting physical at a lly. he also allegedly grabbed a female reporter. but trump standing by his campaign manager, bringing lewandowski onstage at his last victory celebration. now, trump was pressed today about his prediction that his supporters will riot if he doesn't win the nomination. trump says he'll tell them not to, but suggests it could happen anyway, saying they're, "fervent." tom? >> mary, thank you. now to the spring storm and the winter blast. snow and ice covering roads in illinois on this first day of
to the east, winter weather alerts from new jersey to maine. snow arriving overnight, making a mess for the morning commute. here's rob marciano. tracking it all from boston tonight. rob? >> reporter: a mild winter, but now spring brings a snowstorm. definitely cold enough for it here. but with rain mixing with wet snow across the south, it will change over into new york, new jersey, connecticut. by midnight, it will be heaviest. heaviest by 7:00 a.m. in boston, 5 to 8 inches of heavy, wet snow expected. we'll probably see power outages outages, definitely a difficult commute. a significant orm. tom? >> rob, thank you. now to breaking news about a shootout in indiana that left a police officer dead. the 27-year-old deputy killed. that officer, a new father, less
wounded. gio benitez with the new details tonight. >> we got two officers down. we need somebody. >> reporter: you're listening to the moment two indiana deputies serving a warrant ended up in a gun battle. >> fired, county! >> we got shots fired. >> i've been hit. >> reporter: early this morning, around 12:30 a.m. 27-year-old deputy carl koontz and 35-year-old sergeant jordan buckley, coming face to face with a gunman when they went into a house. the deputies returning gunfire, but it was too late. koontz, less than three years on the force, dying from those wounds. buckley is still recovering. >> they got inside the residence and they were met with gunfire. we plan for it, but you're never fully prepared for it, if it is truly unknown to us. >> reporter: the alleged suspect is dead tonight. his identity has not been released. and tom, tonight, we don't know exactly what the warrant was for. but we're told it has something
and one officer has lost his life because of it. tom? >> gio, thank you. now overseas to a stunning revelation about the capture of the terrorist authorities say was responsible for the paris attacks. authorities say salah abdeslam was planning to launch another isis-inspired attack like the one in november. according to police, he was not acting alone. alex marquardt in brussels tonight. >> reporter: tonight the lone surviving terrorist of the paris attacks is allegedly divulging disturbing details to interrogators. admitting, according to belgium's foreign minister, that he was planning more attacks. the claim backed up by the large weapons cache found in a raid on tuesday. the minister also saying abdeslam clearly had a strong support network helping him hide. but his lawyer told a belgian newspaper that after the arrest, abdeslam is "frightened and weak." european officials have warned
before paris. the question now, what more can abdeslam reveal? >> this gives the belgian and the french authorities the opportunity to interrogate him, find out more about who else he mahave been working with. find out more about how he carried out these attacks d the connections back to the islamic state. >> reporter: abdeslam is now fighting extradition to france, his lawyer said today they will be taking legal action against the paris prosecutor for revealing details about the interrogations. abdeslam is due to make his first court appearance here on wednesday. tom? >> thank you. next tonight, the investigation into the plane crash in russia, killing all 62 onboard. the plane, trying to land in heavy winds when it crashed on to the runway. the debris field revealing just how difficult this investigation may be. here's david kerley. >> reporter: investigators are
the devices e badly battered but tonight the russians report they have started to uncover data that may reveal why it plunged to the ground. and tonight, unconfirmed recordings posted on the internet purporting to be the tower talking to the pilot. asking air traffic control about weather conditions, circli the area for two hours. >> okay, thank you, and when you look out windows there, it looks better than before. >> 9er-8-1, moderately. >> it almost looks like the pilot was visually trying to acquire thairport and was looking out the window, rather than relying on instruments. >> reporter: plane maker boeing, along with experts from the u.s. government, wiwi aid the russians trying to learn why this jet crashed. david kerley, abc news, washington. and still ahead tonight, a mystery illness now in two ates. and the death toll is climbing.
the new reality star back now back now with a frightening school bus crash. basketball players, forced off the road, plunging into a ditch. bus. d the accident raising new questions about seat belt requirements on school buses. here's eva pilgrim. >> reporter: tonight, a high recovering from a terrifying ordede. their school bus run off the road and crushed in a ditch. >> i just closed my eyes. then a couple seconds later we were just in the ditch. >> reporter: this video recorded by anoer driver, capturing the chaos as students scramble to escape the mangled bus.
all over the place. >> reporter: the griffith panthers on their way to a playoff game when indiana state police say a driver spilled a drink on herself, sideswiping the bus. >> when the bus finally slowed down and stopped flipping everybody was screaming. >> reporter: all 27 passengers rushed to ththhospital, including an assistant coach airlifted to chicago. there were no seatbelts on that bus, once ain raising the issue. look at this rollover cras simulated by one of the largest providers of school bus seat belts. kids who aren't buckled in go flying. right now only six states require seat belts, but the national highway traffic safety administration wants to change that. tom, the biggest hurdle, the cost. the government estimates it would take $2.5 billion to make sure every chihi is buckled up. tom? >>va, thank you. when we come back, the close
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and finally tonight, from cuba, the historic visis already under way. the first images coming in. president obama making history here, the first american president in d%cades to see havana with his own eyes. we ask, how much of cuba has changed since president coolidge was here in928? and tonight, the letter president obama sent to cuba before he even arrived. this moment, 88 years in the making, once unthinkable. the first family in cuba tonight. air force one landing here in havana. a much different entrance last time. president calvin coolidge, iling into havana on a battleship. the only other sitting u.s. president to visit here. it was 1928. his wife, grace, arm in arm with the cuban president. the cheering crowds, leaning from balconies, welcoming president coolidge. a reporter, writing for "the new york times" back then saying, "his face was full of smiles." the streets, then and now, with
and tonight, president obama, seen smiling too. the president sent a letter to cuba this past week, one of the first direct letters to arrive here in decades. the president writing to a cuban woman. ileana yarza, who has written the president before,%sharing her happiness at the president "taking this much needed step." and inviting him for coffee. opening the manila envelope in her havana home. the u.s./cuba direct stamp in the corner. the president writing back, "hopefully, i will have time to enjoy a cup of cuban coffee." the hope of this visit on so many faces today. even on a playground, aware of the history. we have not forgotten the children here. the soccer game beyond the fence. robin, telling me, it will be great. we are going to have a better economic situation. and i asked them if diplomatic ties with the u.s. is a good idea. [ speaking foreign language ] >> si. >> si. >> reporter: the children, raising their hands to the
from cuba. thank you for watching. much more of our coverage of this historic visit tomorrow morning on "good morning america" and right here on "world news tonight." our exclusive interview with the president, tomorrow night. for tom llamas back in new york i'm david muir here in havana, cuba. i hope to see you right back# here tomorrow night.
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with dad's help. [ laughter ] i might have to box out, right, or throw a little a hip check in there, but my son is coming home with a full basket. that's right. well, we get to some easter clips a little later, but until then, enjoy these treats. man: [ chuckles ] he's getting thrown in the pool. ribeiro: they are completely ignoring the "no running by the pool" sign... and the "slippery when wet" sign. [ laughs ] [ laughing ] boy: yeah! yeah! [ shouting indistinctly ] woman: smile. [ laughs ] say "cheese!" [ laughs ] ] cheese! [ sheep bleats ] he's long on ambitio woman: oh! but ort on distance. [ laughs ] woman: i haven't given up. after one hour of trying to put adam to sleep --