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sun. a couple of leftover showers, but numbers respond nicely. morning rain on monday. high temperature, 72. tuesday, warm with a late-day shower or storm. 72. cooler on wednesday, turning sunny, 65. no cool air behind the cold front. thursday, sun to clouds, 59. mostly cloudy on friday, high of 56 we're tracking evening rain developing that will last until saturday morning. high of 60 on saturday, 63 next sunday, walter, so a couple of showers to deal with in the morning and warm in the afternoon. >> in haddonfield, new jersey they celebrated the newest member of the centenarian club. william hanson delivered milk by horse and grocery store manager and manager for had you hadden son heating and cooling him he
retired at the age of 98. happy birthday, william. ♪ happy birthday to you ♪ happy birthday to you. we're not done yet. we're happy to the 103rd birthday to mildred today surrounded by family and friend at the new covenant church for the special celebration. a nurse and teacher in the public schools, is he age of 96 she was a foster grandparent to lucky kids. "world news" sunday is next on channel 6. don't miss "action news" at 10:00 p.m. on and "action news" at 11:00 p.m.
welcome to "world news tonight." president trump going after his own party. his attack on republicans over the health care flop. is the president about to unleash the politics of revention? plus, tensions erupting into violence. >> night club violence, 16 people shot. rage in russia. the largest wave of anti-putin demonstrators in years. and how did this air crash
happen? and out of control. the close call for everyone in the path of this car slamming through the animal clinic. good evening. thanks for joining us on this sunday. i'm tom llamas. we begin with president trump and signs of a possible civil war brewing within the republican party. finger pointing over the embarrassing defeat of the health care bill, president trump blaming democrats and conservatives in the freedom cauc caucus. many wondering if there will be payback from the white house for those who stood in the president's way. here's david wright. >> reporter: provocation and anger at pro-trump rallies. from california to the jersey
shore, anti-trump marchers looked to disrupt. and trump and his staff are in disarray. >> i think if there's anything that's disappointing, this place was a lot more rotten than we thought it was. >> reporter: this morning, the president blasted the freedom caucus and the heritage foundation. >> he's blaming you for saving planned parenthood and obamacare. >> i think no one has been more self-critiquing than me. >> reporter: the head of the p. saying, i agree we you, we can now get a better bill.
a roger stone says he wants to clear his name. >> just because the intelligence services say something, as we know from history, does not make it true. >> reporter: former vice president, joe biden, seemed to be having second thoughts about his decision not to run. >> i had planned on running for president. and although it would have been a very difficult primary, i think i could have won. i don't know, but i think i could have won. >> and we heard from roger stone, former trump campaign chairman paul manafort also wants to testify. where does the investigation stand?
>> reporter: they're eager to clear their names, but a hearing was cancelled with no explanation. democrats concerned that the republicans are taking it underground. and now to the deadly night club shooting in cincinnati. one person killed, more than a doz dozen wounded. the search is on for suspects and a motive. here's adrienne bankert. >> reporter: tonight, investigators are searching for gunmen. witnesses reported hearing almost 20 rounds fired as those inside and outside the club tried to escape. police combing through evidences. blood still on the floor of the bar where gunfire rang out
around 1:30 a.m., injuring 15 people and killing one. >> several local men got into some type of dispute inside the bar, and it escalated into shots being fired. >> reporter: a woman and her boyfriend, diving to the ground for safety. >> i knew a lot of people got shot. >> reporter: four victims are in the hospital. two in critical condition. police are confident this was not terror-related. looking into several weapons allowed inside, despite security. and it would have been the club's own security guards patting down bargoers as well as wanding them. despite this, many guns got inside the bar, and they're asking anyone with information to come forward.
>> thank you. overseas tonight to a massive day of protest in russia. a wave of anti-corruption rallies, the largest in years. hundreds arrested. a vocal opponent of vladimir putin detained. and new questions after video appears to show the assassination of another putin critic. here's jennifer eccleston. >> reporter: tonight, russia in turmoil. thousands erupting in protest. russian police cracking down, ripping apart crowds with nightsticks. the demonstrations all across russia, accusing putin's government of widespread corruption. at least 500 arrested, many forced into police vans. this man punched as he's led
away. the organizers, also hauled into custo custody. supporters trying to block police, but tonight he's behind bars. challenging authority in russia is risky. on thursday this video capturing the execution-style killing of putin foe in ukraine. another putin critic, a russian lawyer, critically injured in a suspicious plunge from his moscow apartment. russia hasn't seen protests like today in years. the kremlin, sure to find such public anger unsettling and not easy to ignore. tom? >> jennifer, thanks so much. back here at home, and the mystery behind a deadly small plane crash in alabama.
witnesses said the wings were torn off in the flight. the parents and two children flying from florida to tennessee after a family vacation. here's maggie rulli. >> reporter: an investigation into what caused a tragedy. and a mayday call. >> spun around, then took a nosedive down. the wing came down over us, and the wind carried it into the field. >> reporter: debris scattering over a mile. >> it's a mess. i mean, it's just a rubble of tin, you can't tell it's a plane. >> reporter: at the time of the crash, authorities say wind and rain came over the area. >> it does seem to be a contributing factor in some way. >> reporter: family members telling abc news the couple were
experienced fliers, and it was a trip home from disney land. on friday night, a cessna spiralled out of control in georgia, slamming into this home. killing the 78-year-old pilot. authorities still looking into what caused both crashes. in alabama, there are five different debris sites, so this will take several days. and new information about the deadly shooting and standoff aboard a bus. here's marci gonzalez. >> reporter: tonight, the acc e accused gunman is behind bars, charged with murder. the suspect boarding this bus
saturday, and according to police, shooting passengers at random, killing one and injuring another. >> the guy who died, his wife, just hystericahysterical. >> reporter: the suspect, described by police as mentally ill, barricaded himself on the bus' second floor. all of it happening on las vegas boulevard, which was packed with tourists. some travelers nervously watching it unfold from their hotel balconies. crouching for cover, as the s.w.a.t. team burst in. getting a look at the suspect, before he finally surrendered. and a scare for other tourists,
police saying suspects pulled off a high-end heist. tonight, police are still looking for two of the suspects, and say the cases are in no way connected. >> thank you. still ahead on "world news tonight" this sunday, an animal clinic turned upside-down when a car crashes into the front desk. and is laughing gas the new epidural? you heard it right. what may be a new trend in managing the pain of childbirth. plus, the robot revolution, from making coffee to folding laundry. the shocking new figure, when it comes to technology taking jobs. when you're close to the people you love, does psoriasis ever get in the way of a touching moment? if you have moderate to severe psoriasis, you can embrace the chance of completely clear skin with taltz.
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finally tonight, the perfect example of why grandparents are so great. john donvan with the incredible gift one granddaughter just received. >> reporter: this is the one of a kind 16th birthday present one grandfather just gave his granddaughter, about the times they spent together. >> i thought, kids don't know what they did when they were 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. i thought that would be fun to write down what we did that day.
>> reporter: it's all there, every day. like her second birthday party. >> i rushed to your side and held you. >> reporter: with time, she no longer needed watching. so, there is a gap, until this one. >> it's been a long time since i've written in this book. >> you're 16 today. when you're old like me, time zooms by. >> reporter: a stunning commitment, a rare gift, and perhaps, just the first chapter. >> i'm hopefully going to share what he did with my grandkids, and hopefully they'll do the same. >> thank you so much for watching. "gma" first thing in the morning. david muir will be right back here tomorrow night. i'm tom llamas in new york. have a great evening. good night.
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