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their caucuses there. abc's ray ra maindy reports the candidates are setting themselves apart over a hot foreign policy issue. >> reporter: using a teleprompter for the first time, front-runner donald trump making one of his biggest political speeches to the pro jail apac convention. >> it constantly applies pressure to our friends and rewards our enemies. and you see that happening all th time. that pattern practiced by the president and his administration including former secretary of state hillary clinton has repeated itself over and over again and has done nothing to embolden those who hate america. >> reporter: democratic front-runner hillary clinton didn't wait long before blasting her likely republican rival duringng her address at the convention. >> we need steady hands, not a president who says he's neutr on monday, pro israel on tuesday and whoknows what on wednesday
>> reporter: ted cruz and jane kasich also addressed the aac convention. both standing firm with their ally. >> we cannot be neutral in defending our allies either. we must be counted on to stand by and invest in our friends instead of abusing them and currying favor with theirmys. >> america will stand with israel and defeat radical islamic terrorism. % >> reporter: the latest poll numbers still show donald trump ahead in arizona. idaho and utah will also be voting today as the gop establishment remains remains determined to stop trump from securing the nomination. kendis and lauren. >> thank you, ray. as votes come in from three western states, you can count on abc news to bring you the results. look for a wrap-up tomorrow morning on "world news now." moving on now, today's hearing on the security showdown between apple and the justice department postponed. the government says it may not need apple's help after all to
san bernardino terrorists. its experts are chicagoing now to make sure the method does not destroy the data on the phone. apape still says it will not break the encryption. >> we need to decide as a nation how much power the government should have over you're data. and over our privacy. >> tim cook made comments at a low key product unveiling. as expected apple announced a new version othe iphone 6, a midsized ipad and lowered the price of its watch. >> an intense manhunt under way for a man believed to be an accomplice to paris attack suspect salah la abdeslam. prosecutors are asking for information about 24-year-old najim laachraoui. he allegedly rented a safehouse under a fake name. and new video surfaced t t far last friday's raid by
night video outside the building where he was arrested in brussels shows a heavy police presence outside and smoke following an explosion. france hopes to put him on trial for the november a aack that killed 130 people. now to history nearly 90 years in the making. president obama wraps up his visit with a speech@ to the cuban people and some baseball. >> and last night, the obamas were honored at a state dinner hosted by cuban l lder raul castro. the main course was a tradional pork with rice dish. guests also enjoyed what else, cuban cigars. >> abc's marci gonzales is traveling with the president there in havana and covering that visit. >> reporter:resident obama says he truly believes that castro will -- unforgettable image for people here and they followed it up with a night at
at the state dinner, president obama and cuban president raul castro sharing the spotlight and a meml. hours after sharing this historic moment. meeting in private before facing cameras to take questions on the progress being made rebuilding the relelionship between the two nations. >> this is a new day. [ speaking foreign language ] >> and the divide%that remains after decades of bitter tension. important foreign. >> translator: we find it inconceivable that a government does not defend and ensure the right to health care. >> reporter: between the awkward moments, castro also outwardly -- on going human ghts issue in cuba. and the arrests of political disdenies, 1400 in january alone. >> translator: what politicalal prisoners? give me a name or names. >> reporter: president obama planning to meet with some of those former prisoners and in an
news, blasting the treatment o of those who stand up to the castro regime. >> that kind of continual harassment wears on people and chills legitimate dete. >> reporter: president obama also focusing on what he says are the positive steps beingn taken that will be beneficial to cubans and americans. of course, still a lot of work left to do on this busy last day here in ha vab na. >> marci, thank you. the president now heading to argentina in the day ahead. rob ford, the high profile formerayor of toronto is receiving palliative care as he continues to battle cancer. ford wasirst diagnosed with the disease back in 2014. despite -- spread to his -- he was shown on video smoking crack cocaine. >> a woman running barefoot across l.a.x. away from the gates.
flight attendant in street clothe had been chosen for a random security screening and unlike passengers airline workers are not screened every time. when selected she kicked off her heels and ran. police say there was about -- fleeing flight attendant still has not been found. an l.a. laker denying he and a teammate harassed two women in a car. one of the women is an activist for women's rights. specifically abuse by athletes. she claims nick young and jordan clarkson drove up next to her car and made obscene gestures to her and her mother. the lakers say thehe are taking the allegation seriously and the coach has spoken to the two players. nor victory for hulk hogan in his bat willing against gawker. a florida jury awarding him an additional $25 million on top off the $115 million at the already has been given.
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with so much at stake, the sides may disagree on the best path forward but everyone seems to be fighting for what's best for lexie.e. >> okay, that is jt jarring. >> the santa clarita area there. >> it's such a tough story. i worked on it a bit over the weekend. it's tough because the extended family is close to her too. and the paiges don't deny the extended family loves her and that they have her best interests at heart as well. but they argue that they're her parents. this is who she has found stability with and been living with the last four years. it's just been really tough. tough situation. coming up in the next half hour, the shrinking star of social media. she's sharing her weight loss success online and inspiring others to get real about their health and their self-esteem. first,he cuban gold rush as diplomatic ties are restored, the massive influx of businesses looking to stake a claim.
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>> reporter: as we drive around this city captured in @ime, there are plenty of changes in havana to the biggest, a surge in american tourism. >> we wanted to be here before too many big changes. >> reporter: hotels are near capacity. cubans like denzel renting rooms through airbnb and pocketing, in his case $46 a night. airbnb now offering more than 4,000 rental properties across the island. a windfall for people who average a $20 a month salary in this town two and a half hours outside havana that has no hotels, airbnb going door to door, recruiting rooms for rent. marriott and starwood getting approval this week to run several landmark havana hotels. >> it is going to be a luxury collection and is going to happen hopefully at some point during this year. >> reporter: u.s. airlines competing to bring americans here. one of the new things is that
thenternet has come to havana. it's as slow as the cars. but it's here. jim avila, abc news, havana. >> beautiful. and it's a wonderful thing that you can actually have a cell phone that is working there in havana. i was there about a year and a half ago and there was no use to the cell phone. so there w no instagraming at all from that area. and it rely has made progress. you were mentioning that the internet, there was not that much -- >> not many households have it. a long way to go. coming up, a surprise visit from strangers in the hospital delivery room. and pilled cardigans become pets. but it's not you, it's the laundry. protect your clothes from stretching, fading, and fuzz. ...with downy fabric conditioner... it not only softens and freshens, it helps protect clothes from the damage of the wash. so your favorite clothes stay your favorite clothes.
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and they took a picture all together and next thing you know, they went viral so it worked out for everybody. >> they didn't know each other beforehe text. >> it was all a surprise visit that went well. very cute. >> all right. that's great. >> it could have gone completely wrong. >> thankfully, they're nice guys. so many people have seen this video after it was posted over the weekend. a wisconsin high schooler here has the ultimate face plant. >> oh. >> as she gets off, she of f is actually took place a year ago but it wasn't till this saturdada that the person who shot this video thought i'm goi to post this online. >> you okay, honey. >> so the back story she says she's 14 years old and she says
and that's hy she did the complete face plant. but it's not how you fall down. or twice. she got back up and finished. >> see, i like that story because she perceived. you know? you could have just walked off track at that point. >> she finished the race. >> at least she finished. we have a face-off between batman and superman. no, it's not that new movie. it is this guy on the ukelele. playing the theme song to batman. he's r rlly goodut he might be beat by this other guy. he's going to swoop in. >> the super man theme. >> you know who's coming? this is the -- >> are those flames. >> flalas come out of his bagpipe. he does this on a unicycle. who do you think wins? >> i think it's hands down the ukelele. >> i this i there's something very c crming about batman on
>> check out these kids. they wanted to do this experiment with a watermelon. so theyied the rubber bands around it and wanted to see if they could get i to explode. i would say they had some success so they kept trying all these -- >> oh. >> rubber bands around it. and success. >> whoa. >> except it knocked out. >> hit him in the face. >> it did, didn't it?
influential american group concerned about f feign policy as voters in three states go to the polls today. > the scare on a busy college campus. first responders taking no ances after an explosion. who got hurt and who's trying to solve this mystery. all the talent on the stage as the new "dancing with the stars" begins fancy moves from our favorite contestant and competitors who could be a big allenge to her. that's in "the skinny" on this tuesday, march 22nd. we're already discussing "dancing with the stars." you love ginger but we're biased. >> yeah,, yeah, we have a conflict of interest. there was a contestant who is amazin >> absolutely amazing. >> i mean you would have never had any idea he was deaf. >> beyond concentrating on his six-pack abs.
>> he won "america's top model" too. >> absolutely. shall we switch beer the president in cuba, he has another busy day ahead of him. the homes ended monday in havana as guests of honor at a state dinner hosted by president castro. >> a traditional court dish with rice, traditional cuban music and famous cuban cigars. earlier president obama and castro held a joint news conference where they disagreed about human rights in cuba. castro denied any knowledge of political prilsers in in his country and d ld a reporter to give him a list of those being held. and they would be released. >> a bit of an awkward moment when castro held the president's arm up, it went limp. >> a little limp. >> odd. abc's david muir spoke exclusively with president obama about his cuban visit and politics here at home. >> you have said that you would
castro about the serious differences you have with the cuban government. >> what i indicated to him is we can't force changes on cuba. but what we can do and will continue to do is to stand up for the rights that we consider to be universal. >> with so many americans back home asking this, which is what's the bottom line here on tourism in cuba? >> i think it's going to be happening very soon. we now have an agreement where cruise l les can travel from the united states directly to havana. we haveow direct u.s. flights to cuba which will make it mh easier to travel. >> i wanted to ask you about the political llimate back home because it's back in the news again. you're aware that donald trump has predicted riots. if the republican party tries to stop him, if there's a contested convenon saying, i think you'd have riots, i'm representing many millions of people. >> this is an issue the republican party is going to have to work through.
leaders will not trumpet violence or justify it. there's an expectation that those who run for the highest office seek to represent everyone and not just some or appeal to an us verses a them. >> today the president's historic speech to the cuban people and the big baseball havana. david muir, abc news, havana, cuba. the issue of political prisoners remains a sensitive one between president obama and cuba's leader. dozens&of human rights demonstrators were arrested before the president's arrival in havana. abc's jonathan karl in cuba spoke to some of those protesters. >> reporter: at their extraordinary press conference in havana, president obama and cuban president raul castro sparred over human rights. presidentastro denied that cuba has any political prisoners whatsoever. but just sunday, 50 demonstrators were arrested,
tried to hold a silent protest just about three miles from this spot. and i met on the outskirts of havana with a group of three cuban dissidents who will all be meeting with presint obama. they told me that cuba, the human rights situatiti here has actually gotten worse. in fact, they showed me a list of 304 people who have been arrested just over the past few days. all around cuba. about 104 of them in the havana area all in advance of the president's trip. they told me they look forward meeting with president obama, a hugely important symbolic meeting because ty will take photos of that meeting, they'll want to distribute those photos and say they send a message to other political dissidents in this country that they are not alone. thei message, they tell me, to president obama is a simple one -- they want him to keep the pressure on the cuban government. jonathan karl, abc news, havana. in the race for the white house donald trump spent the day in washington mostly speaking
in an address to a pro-israel group, trump tried too roll back concerns about a previous statement he made in which he said he'd try to stay neutral in israeli/palestinian conflict. trump yesterday called himself a true friend of israel and he blasted the nuclear deal made with iran. >> iran is a very big problem and will continue to be. but if i'm not elected president, i know how to deal with trouble. and believe me, that's why i'm going to be elected president, folks. >> when ted cruz addressed the group he criticized trump's use of the term alestine" which cruz said hasn't existed since 1948. john kasich took issue with trump for his neutral comments saying the u.s. cannot be neutral in defending its allies. hillary clinton took shots as well at trump durin her speech to that pro-israel group before flying west ahead of today's three nominating contests. at her event in phoenix clinton call for a big turnout in
there are also democratic caucuses today in idaho and utah. and it was in salt lake city that bernie sanders delivered a substantive foreign policy speech. he said peace in the middle east means security for every israeli and civil rights and economic opportunities for the palestinians. sanders ersers declined an invitation to address the same pro-israelel group his opponents did in washington. and a female employee was seriously injureddn an explosion at a college restroom in georgia. the food service worker suffered burns and blast injuries. she's expected to survive. officials say it may have been a builp of methane in a sewer line. georgia gwinnett college that was responsible. firefighters were already on the lawrenceville campus responding to a fire alarm and were about to leave when the explosion occurred. >> there's nothing tt leads us to believe it may be suspicious but again, it is currently uer investigation. >> i think the language that they used in the text alerts
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leading us off in "the skinny," yes, get in the mood. the ballroom blitz, "dancing with the stars." >> shall we dance? >> no,pare you that. >> have a conniption. >> kicking off season number 22. >> and the competition looks stiff with some of theighest opening-round scores ever seen. >> yeah, the sw kicked off with a big group number but 12 couples to get through, it was time for the fantasy footwork. >> notable performances, marla maples wowing the ballroom with her quick step routine with tony dovolani. she's 52 years old. she's a former mrs. trump and actress. she earned an impressive 21 out of 30. >> she was pretty good. right after her, a big splash made by boys 2 men singer wanye morris dancing the cha cha to the group's first hit "motown philly." both the judges and the crowd loved it earning him the highest scores of the evening
dancing force to be reckoned with. >> very good. but not too fast there. abc chief meteorologist ginger zee our own abc contestant took her turn next. boy, did she turn and dip and spin and flip. ginger's jive with val tied her at the top of the leaderboard with a score of 23. judge len goodman called her routine frisky, fast and furious. >> all of that. len wasn't as kind in his critique of mischa barton. after taking a year off from the ballroom, he got right back in the swing of things making it awkward while judging her rather stiff tango. >> it's not in my nature to be nasty but that wasn't a dance. that was walking. it was just -- you were just walking. >> well, i can't tell a lie, it is what it is. >> len's brutal honesty rallied the crowd to the side of clearly
a meets a measly 166 out of 30. >> some tears. if you're waiting for the worst dance of the night, it wasn't mischa barton. it's geraldo rivera. just walking around. they brought in the backup dancers to distract from his all right. so at 72, we have to give him points. he is the oldest competitor by far. okay? i guess he gave it his best shot. if he wants to survive, he has to dig a little deeper. >> yeah, he earn eded -- he's actually correct, he's the only puerto rican who can't dance. he earned the lowest score of the night. a very sad 13. an apparently al capone's vault was also missing rhythm. good one, brian. >> because they came out of al capone's vault because i guess geraldo reported there once. >> yes. >> right?
that. >> elimination in episode 2 next monday night at 8:00 p.m. by geraldo. >> we have one more. can we do this one? this was incredible. this contestant is deaf. he is nyle dimarco. he was`incredible. he was also, he won "america's next top model." he didn't look bad either. he dances perfectly to the beat with his partner p%ta. he tied at the top with ginger and wanye with 23. >> he can't hear the song. >> isn't that incredible? >> great start. >> okay. i'm sad to move on but let's get to this. so billionaire tech titan elon musk and his second wife talulah riley are calling it quits again. musk is the founder of spacex and tesla motors and riley is an actress. they filed for divorce yesterday but this is the second time. >> the two first married in 2010, got divorced two years later and remarried in 2013 but almost split at the beginning
>> now it appears to be over. but you know, hey. third time's the charm. musk has five children with his first wifefenone with riley. she will be seeking spousal support, but no word on any pre-nup agreement as of now. next, a rihanna fan getting the performance opportunity of a lifetime. >> this is great. she dragged the guy up on stage here and then did an improtu duet. listen really quickly.
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victories. we focus so much on the scale. if you didn't lose weight this week you failed. it's us a like, well, i ran a mile in ten minutes this week. or it's like, the airplane seat belt fits on me now. >> deborah roberts, abc news, new york. >> incredible before and after photos. good for her. inspirational. >> she's at 95 pounds right now. that's what she says on her instagram. >> whoa.
belgium, brussels where the airport, the international airport there in brussels has been shaken by at least two explosions. reportspsay one of the blasts took place near the american airlines check-in desk and authorities say there was one dead, at least right now and several wounded. >> smoke can be seen rising from one of the terminals and we have abc's own alex marquardt who is there or on the way there to the airport on the phone. alex, can you tell us t t latest of what we know right now? >> reporter: good morning, kendis andnd lauren. absolutely, the explosion taking place at the airport here at the main international airport here in brussels. it's what the airport spokeswoman is calling a double explosion. one right after the next around 8:00 in the morning, of course, that's peak travel time. people traveling all over the world and understand flights into brussels have been diverted away from brussels airport. that flights out of brussels
it's still in the process of being evacuated from the departures hall where that took place. therwere thousands of people taking flights this morning, leaving from the departure so the airport spokeswoman has said there were wounded. they have not put a number on that wounded and the federal police here have confirmed that at least one person has been killed. there are reports of a higher death toll but thus far nothing more is confirmed. we're on our way to the airport right now and understand the highways heading there, ts is about ten miles outside of brussels are or have been blocked so the authorities have set up a perimeter around the airport andnpolice on the scene and know that the fire services have also been evacuated. the photos that we've seen coming from the airport show dark plumes of smoke rising from that terminal, so right now it's