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several breaking stories as we come on. a state of emergency just declared. another tornado touching down late today. the pictures coming in now, as the tornado emergency now turns deadly. >> oh, my god. >> more than 20 reported twisters across seven states. homes destroyed. >> that's a tree! >> the new warnings right now for millions as we're on the air. also breaking, the battleground bombshell. the new polls tonight in key battleground states. donald trump closing in on hillary clinton. the trump headline breaking tonight, did his campaign choose a well-known white supremacist as a delegate? and the abc news exclusive tonight, joe biden. what the vice president is now saying about hillary clinton. the hunt for a fugitive mother at this hour, after leading police on a dangerous high speed chase with her child in the car.
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and an abc news investigation tonight. the forgotten children. in cages, in makeshift restraints. nearly one year later, we go back. did they change anything? good evening. and as we come on the air tonight, that state of emergency just declared in oklahoma. late today, another tornado touching down, this time, in kentucky, and millions are under warnings and watches tonight from texas all the way up through the ohio valley. the devastating images already. this tornado near wynnewood, oklahoma. ripping apart everything in its path. nearby, treacherous roads and some drivers stopping to search and rescue survivors. meteorologist rob marciano standing by with the warnings right now, but first, abc's kayna whitworth is in davis, oklahoma, tonight. >> reporter: tonight, hail and driving rain in kentucky.
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>> holy mark reckerel. >> reporter: this tornado touching down after a deadly and terrifying 24 hours. >> that's a violent tornado. >> reporter: in oklahoma, officials declaring a tornado emergency, just before dinner. stormchasers calling this some of the most violent footage they've ever seen. >> hold still. >> reporter: flashes of light as poles are ripped from the earth. homes obliterated. debris sent hundreds of feet in the air. >> stay right here. we're clear here. >> reporter: and this tornado near wynnewood, at least an ef-3. winds over 135 miles an hour. from the air, you can see the path of destruction. this tornado near sulphur up to a mile wide, staying on the ground for 12 miles. >> you see that? >> took a house. >> oh, no. >> reporter: in all, at least 21 reported tornadoes across seven states.
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in nebraska, one twister catching robin stoll outside. >> it picked me up and threw me against that tree and i just held on. >> hitting that farm! >> reporter: back in oklahoma, the storms taking two lives. >> have to be underground in storms like this. you have to be below ground. >> reporter: in davis, daniel parks showed us where he managed to stay alive. >> i was right there when the tornado hit. >> reporter: this photo showing the tiny room where he rode it out. daniel was one of eight people who lived here. and today, the family has come tout try to salvage whatever they can. and amazingly, amid this destruction, david, they found mom's wedding ring. david? >> that is good news. kayna, thank you. just in credible, the warnings and watches tonight. rob is here with the latest track. >> reporter: fewer than seven tornado warnings hatching right now in kentucky and illinois. this watch, just posted, that's good until midnight tonight. a very volatile atmosphere right now. in texas, severe thunderstorm
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watch, and you see the pinks and purples, that's big-time hail. tomorrow, another system comes through. look at this swath of severe weather expected from wichita falls, oklahoma city, tulsa, springfield, st. louis, kansas city, a lot of big cities here. we could see more tornadoes tomorrow. >> all right, rob, thank you. in the meantime tonight, to major new developments in the race for the white house. with the next round of primaries being held today, tonight, new signs of possible trouble for hillary clinton in the general election. in three crucial battleground states, take a look tonight. new pomes out this evening showing donald trump closing in. in florida, just one point behind. in pennsylvania, the same. while in the must-win state of ohio, clinton is actually trailing trump. tonight, the trump campaign is answering new questions, did they select a delegate who is a well-known white nationalist? abc's cecilia vega on the campaign tonight. >> reporter: tonight, it is the closest the white house has come to an endorsement. >> you bring up the next president. we're all anxious to see who that -- >> who she is?
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>> reporter: vice president joe biden telling robin roberts this election is hillary clinton's to win. >> i feel confident that hillary will be the nominee, and i feel confident she'll be the next president. >> reporter: until now, the administration only going as far as a joke about that possibility. >> next year at this time, someone else will be standing here in this very spot, and it's anyone's guess who she will be, but -- >> reporter: but even with a biden boost, clinton tonight bracing for a loss to bernie sanders in west virginia. but it is still virtually impossible for the vermont senator to clinch the nomination and cult into clinton's more than 700-delegate lead. clinton's sights now set on donald trump. >> so, i think with somebody like donald trump, you would see a race to the bottom, across our country, with working families paying the price. >> reporter: she's hoping women help her win the battle. polls show she's beating trump
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in three battleground states, and many in his own party worry comments like this will not help. >> she's married to a man who was the worst abuser of women in the history of politics. >> reporter: late today, trump facing his own new controversy. one of the people on his list of california delegates is prominent white nationalist william johnson, whose group recorded robo-calls supporting trump. >> he will put america first. furthermore, he will respect all women and help preserve western civilization. >> reporter: the campaign tonight blaming it on a computer error, saying they didn't mean to submit johnson's name to the convention. >> and cecilia vega joins us now from kentucky. that campaign team aware of the battleground numbers today, troubling for team clinton. in the meantime, cecilia, donald trump says he's narrowed down his list of potential running mates? >> reporter: he says he's narrowed it down to five or six people, he will give extra weight to someone with political
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experience, and one name, david, that we know is on that list tonight? former rival chris christie. >> all right, cecilia vega in kentucky for us. thank you, cecilia. back to the vice president for a moment. robin roberts will have much more of her exclusive interview with joe biden on "gma" tomorrow morning about the 2016 race, about donald trump and about biden's own moonshot cancer initiative. that's tomorrow on "good morning america." we turn to a midair scare. a flight from purlt rico to orlando, rocked by such fierce turbulence that the oxygen masks deployed. at least eight people were injured. here's abc's david kerley. >> reporter: the jetblue pilots radioed ahead. passengers hurt. >> cleared to land, jetblue 1134. >> reporter: this video, right after getting hit by teurbulenc. these photos of debris in the aisle, the refrigerator door that burst open. >> rescue unknown injuries from turbulence, inbound jetblue flight. >> reporter: eight passengers injured in a harrowing experience for all the
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passengers. >> super scary. i was thinking that we really were going to die. >> reporter: about 30 minutes into the flight from puerto rico to orlando, the jet hit turbulence. it's just days after a flight out of the dominican republic also had seven injured in rough air. and a week after those dramatic pictures of passengers praying as they hit turbulence approaching jakarta. nearly 50 injured in just a week by turbulence. david kerley, abc news, washington. >> david, thank you. overseas tonight, and from germany, a knife attack on a commuter train near munich triggering terror fears this morning. one witness said the attacker shouted god is great in arabic. one of his victims has now died. he later surrendered peacefully. investigators say there was no apparent tie to islamic extremists. next tonight here, to a very rare look inside north korea. tonight, marking the end of an historic political meeting that cemented the authority of its secretive young leader.
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and our chief foreign correspondent terry moran found himself right in the middle of it all. here's terry's report. >> reporter: just after dawn, we head towards pyongyang's central square. it seems the whole city is on its way. after hours of tight security, we're just arriving at the square, preparations are in place. the parade's about to start. a sea of people, standing silently, participation in these rallies is mandatory. then -- ♪ and there is it, what an entrance makes. this whole scene intensely co choreogra choreographed. all this to glorify kim jong-un, where he consolidated his absolute rule here, and got a new title. chairman of the worker's party. but the pomp and pageant try here mask grim facts. nearly half of north koreans live in extreme povrtty and food shottages are a part of life. when night falls, it's even more
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intense. unlike anything else in the world. terry moran, abc news, pyongyang, north korea. > . >> terry, thank you. to the bay area this evening. two police officers charged in an assault caught on video. the incident was last november. the two officers chasing an auto theft suspect into this ally. then beating him with batons, even though he was already on the ground. tonight, they are facingcluding weapon. we turn next tonight to an abc news investigation. nearly a year ago, we took you to mexico city, a city with a growing list of billionaires, and yet, in the shadow of so much wealth, the forgotten children. the government promised at the time major changes. so, tonight here, we go back to check, and you're about to see what we found. it was nearly a year ago, we traveled to mexico city in search of the children.
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abc news getting the government blacklist, obtained by disability rights international. so, authorities put these institutions on a blacklist. >> yes. >> but they're still open? >> yes. >> we discovered padlocks on doors and windows and we see a commotion outside this door. no doorknob, just a little girl peering out. >> hola! >> she's locked in the bathroom. government money keeps this place open. other facilities not on the blacklist, and yet we find children with disabilities inside cages, rows of them locked up. he spends 24 hours a day in this cage? >> they take him out for one hour. >> the director of the facility at the time guiding our team, telling us they are all well taken care of here. they have a good quality of life. but after our visit, the ministry for social development in mexico city, banning all cages and restraints. an apparent victory. but nearly a year later, we return. first, the facility with cages. the team was invited, but when
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we got there, they refused. but i ask, have they made any changes? "yes," she tells me, but rings the bell to get in without us. we ask for just five minute, she says no. >> take a look? >> so, they've closed the door on us, after initially telling the team we could come back a year later to see the changes. they tell us there are changes inside, but now won't allow us five minutes to see them. presill larod lee guess gets a text from the government. so, the government has now said no, too. >> yes. >> are you convinced there are any changes? >> we cannot be sure anymore. >> we're off to the next stop, where a year ago, we witnessed children, this boy hanging by his hands over a treadmill. their bodies wrapped in gauze and makeshift splints, than is what we found. >> you can see the gauze is still here, and they have, now e, told us they still use this. >> and they promised that they would change this since our visit? >> we asked the people here, the
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authorities just told them, well, it looked bad to use restraints. so, be careful. >> it looks bad. then, we discover the children. a little boy, his hands in socks. >> pretty little girl. >> and what appears to be a little girl, her head slumped, tied up. we learn she is 17. and an american nurse, traveling with the team, offers a simple suggestion. make charts with pictures, engage the children. as we see leonardo crawling to reach up for a newspaper. 24 hours later, we return, the 17-year-old is now outside. fernanda. her head comes up as soon as we talk to her. and leonardo, who crawled over to that newspaper -- when we reach for his hand, he immediately puts his head on my arm. suddenly, we see that smile. and the directordly tells us, she took that suggestion from the nurse. already making charts of pictures. and he takes my hand to point to each one. look, he's having me point.
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leo is already using the charts. leonardo, i want pizza. ah! the director tells us, she's ready for change. so far, nothing from the government. we go to one last place. nearly a year later, we return to another one of the facilities and we find that there are children of all ages here and yet no government help, no visits from the government. and just this afternoon, disability rights international revealing they are now filing an international suit, promises unkept. they promised almost a year ago to get rid of the cages, to replace the restraints. to help get children back out into the community and to families and to foster care, if you will. have we seen any of that? >> no. they signed documents, they made it look official before the cameras. but that translated into nothing. >> overnight, the government telling abc news, they have made changes.
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saying they banned those cages. but again, they wouldn't show us. which is why we keep coming back. the forgotten children and we will stay on the case. from the white house tonight, there is word that president obama will go to hiroshima later this month. he'll be the first sitting president to visit the japanese city where the u.s. dropped an atomic bomb to end world war ii. the white house saying the president will honor the victims, but he will not apologize for the attack. and he will call for a nuclear-free world. there is still much more ahead on "world news tonight" this tuesday. the urgent hunt for the fugitive mom at this hour, after the dangerous police chase. dash cam video showing the mom in the mini van. her small child in the back with her. why shorts suddenly had to call off the chase. that mother at large tonight. there are also breaking developments on prince, as we're on the air tonight. police returning to his estate right now, and we have the new developments coming in. and the major headline about basketball superstarr steph
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ask your doctor if switching to eliquis is right for you. next tonight, to the urgent hunt for the fugitive mom in ohio, who led police on a dangerous chase. her young child in the car. and why they suddenly had to stop chasing her. here's abc's gio benitez. >> reporter: it's a harrowing police chase and the most shocking part? the driver, a young mom, allegedly putting her toddler's life at risk, riding right there in that mini van. just watch as she drives backwards on streets in springdale, ohio, maneuvers around patrol cars and goes right through lawn after lawn in a neighborhood. police dash cam video capturing erica barreiro-rapp driving the wrong way against traffic, through red lights, nearly colliding with a school bus. then aggressively barreling over a concrete barrier on the highway. it all began with barreiro-rapp appearing in court for minor charges, but police discover she had felony warrants in kentucky
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for alleged concealed weapons violations and drug use. and they say she took off, starting that chase. police stopping the pursuit because they felt it was just too dangerous for that young child and the community. and david, police say she later turned up at a hotel, but as soon as she heard police were on the way, she jumped out of a first-story window, with her child. and tonight, david, she is still on the run. >> gio benitez tonight. gio, thank you. when we come back, we want your opinion tonight. the new debate making headlines. should bartenders and restaurants be allowed to turn away pregnant women who order a drink? also the breaking developments tonight about prince. police returning to his estate right now. the new details coming in. and it was like the antiques road show. the person who discovered this in their basement, this painting. any guesses how much it's worth, and who the painter is? there are two billion people
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to the index and to a controversial new law in new york city. new guidelines say bars, restaurants and nightclubs cannot refuse to serve alcohol to pregnant women. the law calls it a form of discrimination. medical experts have repeatedly warned about the danger office drinking while pregnant. less us know what you think tonight. new developments in the prince case. police with a search warrant, returning to his home late today. abc news has learned that the doctor on the scene the day he was found unconscious saw prince twice in the month before his death and prescribed medications. meantime, the first paternity claim has been filed against prince's estate. a 39-year-old prison inmate in colorado, requesting a dna test. he claims his mother met prince as a kansas city hotel in 1976. and what a find tonight. a family discovering a nine-inch painting in the basement of their home in new jersey. a rembrandt.
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from an army of stephen's for under armor -- >> there it is. >> reporter: to trick shots. making those impossible shots -- >> bang! >> reporter: probable. >> oh, what a shot from curry! >> reporter: sinking 402 three-pointers. besting his own record from last year by 116. it took celtics great larry bird eight seasons to hit 400 threes. while the family guy curry may seem super human on the court, he tells "parents" magazine at home, he's just like us. >> we're blessed. we have two beautiful daughters and they mean a lot to us. >> reporter: revealing he has met his match. >> daddy. >> you're going to be -- >> be quiet. >> reporter: his show-stopping 2-year-old, riley. matt gutman, abc news, los angeles. >> the kids always steal the show. we'll see you right back here tomorrow
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from washington, d.c., this is the "jeopardy!" teachers tournament. here is our second group of semi-finalists -- a high-school special-education teacher from east lansing, michigan... a middle-school english teacher from des moines, iowa... and a 9th-grade math teacher from allentown, pennsylvania... and now, from dar constitution hall, here is the host of "jeopardy!" -- alex trebek! [ cheers and applause ] thanks, johnny. thank you, ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to the second of our semi-final games. kaberi chakrabarty was very, very good on yesterday's show, winning that game. and who of these three will get to join her as a finalist? will it be bill, jill, or chris?


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