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>> good morning. i'm kendis gibson. >> i'm diane macedo. here's some of the top headlines we're following for you this morning on "world news now." major protests expected today over north carolina's new law some call anti-gay. it's drawn widespread condemnation from top corporations and entertainers. we have full coverage ahead. the head of the cia says his agency will no longer use waterboarding to interrogate terror suspects, even if ordered to do so by the next president. donald trump and ted cruz, they both say they would use it. john kasich says he would not. earlier today, secretary of state john kerry became the most senior u.s. official to visit the atomic bomb memorial in hiroshima. he joined other foreign ministers in touring the city's peace memorial park and museum. and the golden state warriors are one win away from
setting the nba single season record for wins. they recorded win 72 last night against san antonio. they can set the record wednesday at home against memphis. those are some of our top stories on this monday, april 11th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> good morning. we say welcome. >> thank you very much. great to be here. >> diane macedo. your first day here on abc "world news now." how does it feel? >> so far so good. the cameras are still rolling. you haven't kicked me out of the studio yet. been a few seconds but you know, thumbs up. >> of course. welcome. we're happy to have you here. we begin this half hour with the major protests expected today over north carolina's anti-lgbt law. >> yeah, bruce springsteen canceled last night's concert there because of the law. abc's ron claiborne has the latest. ♪ baby we rn were born to run >> reporter: the boss often belts out he was born to run. this week north carolina is the place he's running from. bruce springsteen canceling a
concert there, protesting that the state's new law, specifying that sex on a birth certificate determines which bathroom facilities can be used, discriminates against transgender people. saying in a statement, some things are more important than a rock show, and this fight against prejudice and bigotry is one of them. for i go tartist, steven van zandt, the boycott wasn't a hard decision. >> you got to hurt people economically to have them do the right thing morally. >> reporter: north carolina enacted religious freedom laws following the u.s. supreme court decision permitting gay marriage in 2015. mississippi is the most recent. >> honest people who have a legitimate objection to what's going on, a religious objection, have a course of action now. >> reporter: many of the laws allow businesses to refuse services to religious grounds to gay or transgender people, restrict local communities from passing anti-discrimination laws
and specify who can use which bathroom facilities. according to the human rights campaign, nearly 200 variations of these bills in 34 states have been introduced since last summer. in response, big business has reacted decisively. more than 120 businesses including intel, uber and youtube, calling on north carolina to repeal its new law. >> georgia is a welcoming state. >> reporter: in neighboring georgia, the governor vetoed similar legislation there after boycotts were threatened. >> i do not think that we have to discriminate against anyone to protect the faith-based community in georgia. >> reporter: but with new laws being enacted, this late et cetera battle in the culture wars is now headed back to the courts. ron claiborne, abc news, new york. overseas now the death toll from a fireworks explosion at a temple in india passed 100. witnesses described a scene of utter chaos and panic after power was shut off after the
initial blast. other explosions sent flames and debris raining down. many people were trapped. five temple board members have been arrested and could face serious charges. still overseas, some revelations are coming from the investigation of the brussels terror attacks. brussels apparently was not the bombers' first choice target. abc's alex marquardt has the details. >> reporter: new troubling revelations from the man in the hat, mohamad abrini. he told interrogators belgium's federal prosecutor said the deadly attacks were brussels were not the original plan. instead, after the paris attacks, the terror cell intended to attack in france again. but surprised by the speed of progress in the ongoing investigation, the prosecutor said they urgently took the decision to strike in brussels. authorities say abrini has admitted that after the two suicide bombers detonated themselves at the airport, he fled, the escape recorded by surveillance cameras. on the way, he claims he ditched his tan coat in the garbage, and sold the hat.
>> anytime you arrest key players in a network, it gives you the opportunity to figure out the network. >> reporter: abrini has now been charged with terrorist murder, along with osama krayem, a 23-year-old swedish national. seen in this new photo at the maalbeek metro station with the suicide bomber just before the attack. belgian authorities are now saying that all the most important members of this terror cell are either dead or have been captured. but the hunt continues for others connected to these attacks and officials warn the threat to belgium, france and the rest of europe remains very high. alex marquardt, abc news, brussels. turning to politics here back in this country as the candidates focus on the next big prize, the new york primary set for next week. ted cruz is hoping to keep his momentum going after locking up the rest of colorado's republican delegates for a clean sweep. donald trump held a rally in upstate new york following a four-day break from the campaign trail. trump complained about the political system, but he expressed confidence that he would eventually win the race.
>> you know, i've been saying it, the american dream is dead but i'm going to make it bigger and better and stronger than ever before. you watch. you watch. >> trump also lashed out at the "boston globe" after the newspaper's editorial board printed a satirical front page of him. the fake story dated april 9th, 2017, lampoons what a trump presidency might look like, including deportations and riots. the democrats are gears up for their next debate as the new york primary gets closer. bernie sanders clinched wyoming, victory number seven of the last eight states they've competed in. but after a week of heated exchanges, hillary clinton is still very far ahead in the delegate race. abc's david wright has the latest. >> reporter: on the coney island boardwalk, no time for fun and games. bernie sanders grabbed a hot dog at nathan's near the world-famous cyclone. >> are you guys ready to go on the death ride?
the one that goes all the way down? >> reporter: he could easily have been talking about the topsy-turvy democratic race for president. >> the one that goes -- whoa! >> reporter: sanders is now vowing to contest the nomination all the way to the convention. telling george on "this week," he'll fight to prevent a clinton coronation. >> i think the momentum is with us. we've come a really, really long way. and i think we can win this. >> reporter: hillary clinton insists sanders is wrong. >> i feel good about the upcoming contests, and i expect to be the nominee. the key to determining who's e right. clinton, ahead in the polls, is pulling out all the stops. bill clinton is out stumping for her here, refusing to even think about the possibility she won't win. >> she's 2.3 million votes ahead. and 250 delegates ahead. how can you even ask that? >> reporter: and yet, swiping through may not be as easy as she hoped. she joked with new york's mayor about the metro card. >> will you just fix these metro card slots in the subway?
>> the new york city subway is the best way to get around. >> reporter: on "saturday night live," the joke was entirely at her expense. >> is this a working metro card? >> reporter: a little more than a week to go before the new york primaries, state officials have reported an unprecedented surge in last-minute voter registrations. this primary shaping up to be a real battle. david wright, abc news, new york. a dispute in new orleans has left a former member of the saints football team dead. police say 34-year-old will smith was shot and killed saturday night in a case of road rage. the gunman, who rear-ended smith's car and allegedly took his life, is 28-year-old cardell hayes. he's now being held on a million dollar bond. hayes was arrested after remaining at the scene of the incident. his attorney says hayes is innocent and that wasn't -- that he wasn't the aggressor. a pilot is recovering from serious injuries after his plane crashed in a neighborhood on new york's long island.
amazingly, it missed -- it didn't hit any homes. the piper aircraft apparently developed engine problems just after takeoff and was trying to return to the airport when it crashed. no one on the ground was hurt. the pilot has serious injuries. the passenger in that plane is expected to be okay. gas prices are accelerating upwards. a gallon of self-service regular is now eight cents more than three weeks ago to an average of $2.10. the lundberg survey expects prices to continue to rise at a moderate pace as refiners switch to the more expensive summer blend. crude oil prices are also on the rise because of an unexpected drought in u.s. stock piles. nasa's kepler spacecraft is in trouble. the planet hunter is almost 75 miles from earth and has gone into emergency mode for some unknown reason. that means it's burning through fuel more quickly.
kepler was doing just fine a week ago. the space telescope was launched six years ago to hunt for earth-like planets and has found nearly 5,000 of them. 5,000 earth-like planets. >> not anymore. some rare good news in efforts to save the world's tiger population. for the first time in more than 100 years, a number of tigers has gone up. now close to 4,000 of the beloved animals. by contrast in 1900, there were 100,000 tigers roaming the earth. >> look at the white tigers. >> isn't it weird, you heard like a baby crying in the background. >> those two are having some kind of a quarrel. >> they have a beef. >> they don't seem very happy right now. of course, india is home to the majority of those tigers, and that's where prince william and duchess kate happen to be visiting this morning. >> they're vacationing. the royal couple there, greeted by dancers when they arrived during their trip. william and kate will hold meetings with india's prime minister and conservation groups and will visit the taj mahal.
they capped the first day with a charity ball as mumbai's taj mahal palace hotel. the biggest names in bollywood came out to greet the couple. and they even took in a cricket match. >> you're a huge fan of bollywood and cricket. >> i love bollywood. >> how jealous are you? >> complete. >> you said you wanted to go to south africa. i think india should be top of your list. >> next year. >> seems to be pulling in all of kendis' favorite things. coming up, a costly prank at the home of the whopper. how a single anonymous phone call forced these burger king employees to smash their own store window. and this isn't the first time it's happened. and the christmas gift given to this high school english teacher by his wife. that doctors say ended up saving his life. first your monday temps. you are watching "world news now." still just 59 degrees in new york. >> yeah. >> could use a few more i think. >> we need to warm that up. >> a few more. >> announcer: "world news now" weather, brought to you by lysol wipes. human coronavirus...
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this is called impact video. oh, the impact coming between the offensive player and the goalie who delivered a wild crossbody check there. this happened last week in a girls high school game in north carolina. the goalie has been suspended for two games. the girl who was hit was able to walk off the field. >> did she forget what sport she was playing? >> yeah. for a moment there she probably thought it was football. >> yeah, i don't know what happened there. she didn't even go for the ball. >> no, not at all. a burger king near minneapolis certainly didn't want to have it this way. someone called claiming to be from the fire department and warned that if all the windows weren't smashed open right away, the building would have a gas explosion. so the employees did as they were told, as you can see on this youtube video. the whole thing was a prank.
no word on how much this all cost. the same thing happened at two other burger kings and there it cost them tens of thousands of dollars. >> i'm thinking this is not the last we'll hear of this prank. >> i like pranks but that's a bit much. it was no prank but a real life or death emergency in camden, new jersey, that sent a high school english teacher to the hospital. >> 42-year-old jeff bravo blacked out and woke up in the emergency room. but it turns out, it was a christmas gift from his wife that doctors say saved his life. here's abc's gloria riviera. >> reporter: high school english teacher jeff bravo was at school when he suffered a seizure. >> i woke up in the e.r. >> reporter: his heart rate wild, spiking into dangerous territory. emergency doctors needed to know precisely when his heart rate became irregular to save him from life-threatening blood clots or even more seizures. jeff couldn't tell them. his fitbit, a christmas gift from his wife, could. the e.r. team noticed he was wearing one of the popular devices, tracking his heart rate all day long. that data on his phone, where
doctors could easily see his heart rate shot up three hours before, well within the safe window they needed to use electric shock to normalize his heart rate. >> they shocked my heart. it was able to go back to a normal rhythm and i was sent home later that day. yes, i would definitely say it's peace of mind worn on your wrist. >> i think the fitbit definitely saved mr. bravo's life. >> reporter: insurance for jeff and his family he now wears every day. gloria riviera, abc news, washington. >> it's fascinating that that could help out like that. >> it's always great when you know you really nailed a gift and know you bought someone the right thing. his wife must be so happy with herself right now. >> nailed. snoop coming up, the real-life three-hour tour. >> just like gilligan's island, a group stranded on a desert island makes a plea for help with whatever they could find. see what eventually got them rescued. we have the full story next. >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations.
we were listening to "sending out an sos" because it became a reality for three men whose small boat was wiped out by a wave on the pacific ocean. >> like a story line from so many ship wrecks on the high seas they actually found thoemsz a deserted island in real life. but what they did next may have saved their lives. here's abc's eva pilgrim. >> reporter: three real life castaways lucky to be alive after their three-hour sailing trip stranded them for days in a tiny deserted island. ♪ five passengers set sail that day for a three-hour tour ♪ >> reporter: their story ear eerily similar to the opening scene from the television show "gilligan's island." but it's this image catching headlines. the three spelling out help with palm leaves. search crews saying they did everything right to get rescued. a big wave taking out their boat
on their way to a small island in the pacific. the men forced to fight through two miles of choppy water thankfully armed with these life vests. >> the personal flotation devices allowed them to stay above water longer to allow them to make the overnight swim to the island. >> reporter: the trio washing up on this long abandoned island full of empty fishing shacks but no phones or internet to call home. seemingly living out scenes from the movie "castaway." ♪ fire! >> reporter: starting a fire, and just like tom hanks did on the big screen, sending out this rugged s.o.s. and frantically waving their bright orange life jackets. a navy plane spotting them. their three-hour tour finally over after three days. eva pilgrim, abc news, new york. >> i would think i would be really good in that kind of situation, that i would be able to improvise and figure things out. jack says he's been trained by watching "survivor." we should put him in the life boat if we're going to get stuck. >> i watched "castaway" once. >> i think that qualifies you, right? >> i don't know what it qualifies me for but i probably would not have survived. >> wilson?
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"batman v. superman: dawn of justice," and our parent company disney's animated hit "zootopia" taking third place. >> still the gag when it did, hilarious. from movie magic to the magic of modern medicine changing the life of a 4-month-old boy. >> it all came down to a single pair of eyeglasses that has now opened up a whole new world for this seattle infant. here's abc's john donvan. >> reporter: okay, we're just gonna show it to you. so, watch this. watch the expression on this baby's face. his name is leo. he's 4 months. and this smile. here's why it means so much to his mom and dad. before that moment, leo, who has a rare disorder affecting his vision, had never had a good, clear look at the world. >> most of what he's been able to see up until getting the glasses was extremely fuzzy or completely out of focus. >> reporter: yep, everything, even up-close things like his
dad's beard. >> he'd look at him or get close to his face and instantly put his hands towards his cheeks, maybe to identify if it's dad or if it's mom. >> reporter: so the glasses were there to fix that. and the video, it shows the moment he first puts them on and first looked straight into his mother's face. and there's that hesitation. and then, there it is. obviously, leo likes what he sees. >> that smile was something that was so different. yeah, it was just remarkable. >> reporter: yes, it was remarkable. so here's one last look, at this first look. john donvan, abc news, washington. >> i could just watch that over and over again. i love it. i like the ear implant ones too when you see a baby hearing for first time. i get so excited. >> a lot of reasons to be thankful. >> like the first time i saw you, kendis. >> day one. >> that's the news for this half hour. >> yeah. >> yeah.
th this morning on "world news now," the mad dash for delegates. >> presidential hopefuls picking off more over the weekend. but all eyes are on the big prize of new york. both the republicans and democrats continuing to duke it out. we're going to hear from both sides just ahead. refugees under attack. the crisis in europe is growing and taking a violent turn. hundreds are now injured at a border camp after police crack down with tear gas, rubber bullets and stun guns. a texas teacher under arrest for lashing out at a student repeatedly reportedly striking the student while another student catches it on camera. why some are defending the teacher. omg yn. the latest way to ask a potential date to the prom is apparently by re-enacting your own birth.
teens are taking the tradition to strange new levels this season. it's a labor of love on this monday it, april 11th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." good morning, everyone. i'm kendis gibson. >> i'm diane macedo. >> welcome. >> thank you. good to be here. >> this is diane's first day anchoring "world news now" and "america this morning." how does it feel? >> great. i finally got the answer to one of the questions i had about the show. i always wanted to know what was in the mugs. i thought it would be something special. >> no. >> it's whatever you put in it. >> nothing. have to work on that. >> it is empty. but we're excited to have you here. you were at wcbs before. >> and fox with reena ninan, interestingly enough. >> so many people around here are excited to see you here on
the desk that we actually went out and had them welcome you. >> oh, boy. ♪ welcome to the jungle >> welcome, diane. >> hi, diane. welcome to abc. >> welcome to "world news now," diane. >> welcome, diane. >> welcome, diane. >> welcome, diane. >> hi, diane. >> welcome to abc. >> welcome to abc, diane. >> welcome, diane. >> welcome, diane. >> welcome, diane. thank you. >> oh, the cab driver. those three people looked like they were reading it off the cue cards. like they couldn't remember "welcome, diane," they had to read it. >> we have no idea who any of them are. no, of course, most of those folks are the people we'll be working with. >> that's very sweet. thank you. >> we have other surprises for you throughout the morning. >> i'm a little bit terrified. >> be prepared. we begin with the countdown to new york. eight days to go before the next big contest in the battle for the white house. >> donald trump returned to the campaign trail after a four-day hiatus and bernie sanders chalked up another victory in wyoming, still a thorn in hillary clinton's side. it's your voice, your vote. we get the latest from abc's
gloria riviera. >> the honorable hillary clinton! >> reporter: hillary clinton headed to church this sunday headlining one service after another. >> i was honored to serve as your senator for eight years. >> reporter: reminding new yorkers she has history with this delegate-rich state. >> and i want the great honor of doing that again as your president. >> reporter: but her rival bernie sanders is a roll, claiming yet another win on saturday in the state of wyoming. >> after we won wyoming, there was a change in tone on the part of the clinton people. and essentially they said, we're not going to be very nice to bernie sanders anymore. >> reporter: sanders now saying the front-runner's status is at risk but stopping short of talk earlier in the week about clinton being unqualified for the white house. >> i think the issue more is judgement. does she is the experience, is she extremely intelligent, we all know that she is. >> reporter: on the republican side, donald trump finally surfacing at his first rally in
four days. >> have you ever heard anybody say, other than me today, that donald trump has millions of votes more than cruz? >> reporter: trump fighting back against his closest rival, ted cruz. cruz picking up his latest win saturday, sweeping all the delegates in colorado and bringing the gop closer to a contested convention. >> i believe the first ballot will be the highest vote total donald trump receives, and on a subsequent ballot, we're going to win the nomination. >> reporter: john kasich disagrees, saying he's the only one who can actually beat a democrat in the general election. >> when are we going to pick somebody who can't win? that would be nuts. >> reporter: but the next big battleground is trump territory, the billionaire pulling way ahead in his home state. so many new revelations are coming to light in the investigation of the brussels terror attacks. they come from mohamad abrini, who says he's the man in the hat seen on video at the airport. officials say he has told them
brussels was not the cell's original target. their plan called for another round of attacks in france but the group was forced into action because they thought investigators were focusing in. he says he threw his coat away and that he sold the hat. staying in europe, hundreds of migrants have been hurt in a violent confrontation with police in macedonia. officers used tear gas and plastic bullets in an effort to stop refugees from getting over the border fence with greece. tens of thousands of people have been camped out in macedonia in hopes of getting to greece and eventually western europe. in asia now, earlier this morning, secretary of state john kerry made an historic visit to the atomic bomb memorial in hiroshima, japan becoming the most senior american official to travel to that city touring its peace museum with other foreign ministers. kerry did not speak publicly, but later tweeted, in part, saying that the memorial was a compelling reminder not only of our obligation to end the threat of nuclear weapons but to
rededicate all our effort to avoid war itself. the cia will not water board suspected terrorists again. that's the words from chief john brennan in an interview with abc news, he ruled out all so-called enhanced interrogation practices even if the future president orders it. >> absolutely i would not agree to having any cia officer carrying out waterboarding. >> republican presidential hopeful donald trump has said he would bring back waterboarding and, quote, worse. ted cruz said during the same debate he didn't think waterboarding was torture and would use it if necessary. it was used on suspected terrorists after the 9/11 attacks but banned by president obama early in his administration. this morning the man charged with the murder of former new orleans saints player will smith is being held on $1 million bond. smith was killed saturday night after attending a music and food festival in new orleans.
abc's eva pilgrim with the details. >> reporter: a football star killed, leaving a city and fans across the country in shock. former new orleans saints defensive end will smith shot over what appears to be a case of road rage. >> please, god! >> reporter: smith's wife crying away as paramedics carried her away, shot in the leg. former teammate pierre thomas, described as a witness by police, seen clearly upset leaving the scene. >> the shooter's on the scene. we have one gun recovered on scene. >> reporter: cardell hayes charged with second-degree murder. police say his hummer hit smith's mercedes near an intersection. the two drivers, believed to be strangers, began arguing and that's when hayes allegedly began firing. he was arrested at the crime >> it is certainly tragic on all sides. one life is over and another life is ruined. >> reporter: just hours earlier, smith posting this selfie on instagram of him with his wife in the french quarter, writing, having a blast. the 34-year-old played nine seasons for the saints,
including 2009, when he helped bring home the city's first championship. that team and the sports world now shattered by his death. lebron james tweeting, prayers and condolences sent out to will smith and his beautiful family. drew brees saying. mourning the loss of a great friend and teammate. such a senseless tragedy. please pray for racquel and their children. the saints releasing this statement, we are devastated and saddened by will's tragic and preventable death due to senseless act that will leave a lasting scar on our community forever. hayes has not entered a plea. the judge set his bond for $1 million. eva pilgrim, abc news, new york. a southwest teacher is in trouble after allegedly hitting a student. mary hastings was arrested after someone posted this video online which allegedly shows her sweeping papers off the student's deck, then slapping him five times. the boy had apparently disrupted the class.
hastings is now free on bail and on administrative leave. the golden state warriors are one win away from making this a truly historic season. steph curry and the warriors were taking on the spurs, who are having an outstanding season themselves. thanks to curry's 37 points, the warriors were too much. their 92-86 victory was the 72nd of the season, tying the chicago bulls for the most wins in a season. the warriors can set a new single season wins record on wednesday when they play the memphis grizzlies at home. >> while we're talking about basketball, it was party time for the four-time defending champions of women's college hoops. the uconn huskies greeted their fans yesterday during a victory parade and rally in downtown hartford. it was the fourth championship celebration for the team's s in won. unprecedented. about 20,000 people came out for the event. the players thanked supporters who they called the greatest fans in the country. and i covered this for us. >> did you? yeah, you're an expert on them.
>> when they won. i think they can add me to the group of greatest fans into the country. >> you're a big fan. >> i am now. >> big props for them. >> 75 wins in a row. undefeated in the tournament four years in a row. >> take that, golden state warriors. >> take that. coming up in "the mix," a note from one concerned hotel guest to another. first, thieves are targeting women as the weather warms up. we'll tell you what to look out for. it is a historic new day here on "world news now." where was that? diane's first day as "world news now" anchor. some fun and surprising facts about our newest insomniac. >> someone's been poking around my instagram. don't forget, you can also find us on facebook, wnnfans.com, and twitter @abcwnn. you're watching "world news now." us on facebook, wnnfans.com, and twitter @abcwnn. you're watching "world news now." it's never much, just what's left after i break a dollar.
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i hope this isn't a symbol of me joining the show. >> yeah, this is pretty much how the "a" block went for you. this implosion caught some residents of wilmington, north carolina, off guard yesterday. it brought down one of three retired coal-fired boilers at a coal plant. people said it woke them up and rattled their windows. two similar explosions are planned in the coming weeks. >> worried about the people who don't get a memo about this. how much panic? >> they wake up and think the
whole world is collapsing on them. >> that's one way to wake up. a team of crooks target women taking quite a few new victims by surprise. >> they're snagging purses left unattended in cars and then they clean out the victim's bank accounts. here's abc's phillip mena. >> reporter: a warning for women. in seconds, this thief near dallas, swooping in, snatching a purse out of this car outside a day care. the twist -- it's not just the cash in your wallet they're after. it's debit cards, checkbooks, bank statements, ids, anything they can use to empty your bank built. >> a van next to me opened their door and grabbed the purse off the front seat of my car. from then on, it's been a nightmare. >> reporter: it's part of a tionwide crime ring. targeting spots you stop every day, parks, gyms and stores. these are professional thieves. they know what to look for. the group is called the felony lane gang because they take the stolen checks to the furthest drive-through lane at the bank. making it hard for the teller to see who's really cashing them.
this woman in kentucky, disguised in a wig. caught on surveillance three different times cashing other people's checks. >> they move through the area really quickly, anywhere from a few days to a few weeks is all they stay in one area. >> reporter: with hundreds of thieves in dozens of states, police say it's nearly impossible to stop this crime ring. and a warning, it's not just good enough to hide your belongings inside your car, you shouldn't leave them in there at all. phillip mena, abc news. >> we're looking at bits on how to avoid purse snatchers. one of them is don't bring your purse out. >> i travel with a -- >> is it a murse? >> it's huge. >> this says to put your wallet in your pocket. unless you're walking around with cargo pants, your wallet is probably not fitting. > the size of pants that guys are wearing, skinny jeans are in now days. >> not very good for the wallet snatchers, is it? >> not at all. if you have bell bottoms, it could help. making fashion choices now.
>> exactly. coming up in our next half hour, imagine getting an alert on your cell phone, showing you this. live streaming video of burglars in your own home. what the homeowner of this house did just in the nick of time. first, the newest member of the "world news now" family. so just who is diane macedo? who are you? we're going to get up close and personal. what is that? >> that sounds terrifying. that was an elephant. >> okay. coming up. >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations.
>> yeah. >> not sure what to do with that. >> air guitar to your own self. what was that? >> what was what? >> what was this? >> this is actually on huckabee's show. so the governor found out that i sing and he has this little band that he makes up with coworkers. he asked me to come on and sing with him. this was a result. >> you're hitting the notes. >> that's the idea. >> yeah. >> simon cowell tweeted it was a little pitchy. >> thanks, simon. appreciate it. >> who knew you had those on you. >> yeah, every now and then. sounds better and better the more cocktails you have. >> that's what we all sing and dance. so, she's clearly a woman of many talents and singing is just the start of it, i guess. but, who are you? >> wouldn't you like to know? i did bring along some pictures, though, to help tell the tale. would you like to see them? >> yes. >> i love halloween. this is me looking like a creepy combination of walter
white and my dad. but, yeah, that's me as heisenberg for halloween this year. >> how long did that take? >> not that long. some of them get pretty elaborate. i'll unveil some more photos as we go along. then now we all know we sing. i didn't necessarily have to put this in. this is me singing at my wedding backed by a band i used to sing with. this is a wedding i nearly missed. >> your own wedding? >> i nearly missed my own wedding because we got married in london. despite being told i didn't need a visa, that advice was not correct, when i arrived they sent me back to new york. emergency visa. everybody panicked. i was told the wedding was not going to happen. by some miracle it did. i landed at 8:00 a.m. and walked down the aisle at 3:00. >> get out. >> 200 people at london hanging out. they were at the rehearsal dinner and i was at newark airport.
i called my husband and said, i'm on the plane. this chorus of cheerful inebriated people going we'll see you tomorrow. they had a great time. i wasn't there. so then we go to, i love to travel and i love adventury stuff. this is me skydiving on my honeymoon in new zealand. i kind you have like to push the envelope a little bit. >> this is a shot of you landing in london before the wedding. > i dropped in. and then we have kind of like the sporting events. this is my girlfriends and i ran dressed as where's waldo. see my love for costumes. any excuse i have to dress up. >> very cool. >> and i'm also an animal lover. you saw me bathing the elegant in that other picture before. this is my little buddy. this is frank. his name is frank. he's a little blue-eyed dutch rabbit. we rescued him from animal control. >> named after? >> named after frank sinatra, of course. that's our little pet frank. you're going to see a lot of frank. >> frank here on set? >> it could happen. it could happen. we'll see. he needs to warm up to you a little bit. >> really? he's a little weird?
and i enjoy it. feel the difference with k-y ultragel. and now it's time for "the mix." so, do you have a favorite kind of ice breaker for work parties, things that -- >> yeah, shots. >> that's one way. this company has another way of doing it. they just set the world record for the largest human mattress dominos. because apparently that's a thing. they got 1200 participants to tie themselves to mattresses @and set up this huge domino course. they apparently accomplished this successfully on the first try. it took 13 minutes and 38 seconds. >> so, this is a team-building thing? >> this is part of their annual manager's meeting. isn't this great? i don't know if i'm terrified or i really want to work for them. >> i actually think it's kind of
cool. >> i remember as kids we used to build dominos and purposely put them together in annoying places for our parents, like through the kitchen and stuff. this would have taken that game to a whole new level. >> how would you like to be the 1100th person who doesn't fall. >> is he the guy who pushed everybody? >> he's the cheerleader. that's pretty awesome. >> 1200 mattresses. >> very cool. we stay in a lot of hotels. some of us are skittish what you might find. here's an interesting note that one guest found in this hotel room. i don't know if you can see it clearly. it says, if you're reading this, then housekeeping did not change your sheets. do you really want to see that? this is at a hotel. it was posted on reddit. you know, it's kind of weird. the question is, has that been there since the '50s? was that 2012? would not want to find that under my sheet. i guess it could be worse though, right?
>> could be. asking people to the prom, pretty standard. social media now videos out people are continuing to up the ante. >> creative ways i guess. >> you could say that. this new trend is to ask people to prom by replicating your actual birth, complete, by the way, with the stretcher and the bed and mom screaming. the guy pretends like he was just born. pulled out often in a diaper so that he can say the punch line, i was born to go to prom with you. >> oh, i get it. >> that just seems like -- >> this is all the rage? >> seems like a lot of effort for a not so great pun. i hope she said yes, at least. that would be awkward if she didn't. >> the ladies are probably excited about that. take a look at that there in the meantime. this amphibious car, a lamborghini. >> like chitty chitty bang-bang. >> it's on ebay right now. not so bad. $26,000. >> you can bargain. want to go in? halfsies on this?
this morning on "world news now," cruz closing i this morning on "world news now," cruz closing in. the republican race tightening over the weekend as trump gets back out on the road. their tough talk as a contested convention looks more and more likely. president obama speaking candidly this weekend, opened up about his presidency and a rare admission. what he says has been his worst mistake while in office. and new this half hour, another big night for hollywood. >> and it had nothing to do with the academy. the top movies and moments honored last night at the mtv movie awards. we'll have a complete wrap-up ahead in "the skinny." and she's -- ♪ got the right stuff baby >> -- got the right stuff. our brand-new anchor, diane
macedo, she's here, she's dancing. she's fierce, and she has no fear at all. except about losing a little sleep. >> i might know the choreography for this song. >> let's give this new kid on the block an insomniac welcome on this monday, april 11th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> keep it going. i like this. ♪ all that i wanted was you >> look at that! >> you know all the words. >> i do, sadly i do. >> you make fun of me for knowing all the moves. you know all the words. so two fans at the desk. >> absolutely. did you see -- >> that's a very large photo of me. that's a bit terrifying. >> look at that. >> thanks, guys. i like the confetti. it's not even getting stuck in my hair. >> no, not at all. it's a miracle of the graphic department. what does it feel like to be here on the desk? >> great, actually. i've been watching for a really long time and always wondered what it would feel like to be in the studio. everything looks a little bit different than what i expected. and yet it's the same. >> i hear it looks bigger in person. no? >> maybe a little bit. yeah. >> what is that? >> i feel -- i always thought jack was closer than he actually is. oh, he's holding up --
>> a sign. >> a "world news now" skateer. thanks, jack. did you make that? >> thanks, ari. >> so you have one fan already. >> all right. that's one. >> thank you, jack. appreciate it. we begin with the race for the white house and the republicans moving another step closer to what may be a contested convention. >> ted cruz finished up his sweep of colorado's 34 delegates and donald trump returned to the campaign trail after an uncharacteristically quiet week. trump wasted no time, though, slamming cruz and warning of a big problem if he's denied the nomination. it's your voice, your vote. more now from abc's mary bruce. >> reporter: he's back. >> there's nothing like a trump rally, folks. >> reporter: donald trump loving his fans but railing against the electoral system, complaining of losing delegates, even when he's
winning votes. >> we've got a corrupt system. it's not right. we're supposed to be a democracy. >> reporter: and back on the road after four unusually quiet days off, following that bruising loss to ted cruz in wisconsin. >> lyin' ted, he's a beauty. >> reporter: trump's campaign even accuse ago rival cruz of "gestapo tactics" to snag delegates. >> you go to these conventions, and you see the gestapo tactics. >> gestapo tactics? >> god bless the great state of colorado. >> reporter: in a state with no primary, cruz sweeping colorado's 34 delegates. in las vegas, outlining his strategy to secure the nomination at the convention. >> i believe the first ballot will be the highest vote total donald trump receives. and on a subsequent ballot, we're going to win the nomination and earn a majority. >> reporter: and if he fails? here's one take. the liberal editorial board of "the boston globe" publishing a fake front page envisioning a world under president trump, warning of deportations, riots
and a free press under siege. >> how about that stupid boston globe? it's worthless. sold for a dollar. >> reporter: trump has about 60% of the delegates he needs to avoid a messy fight at the convention, but it's getting harder and harder to close that deal. mary bruce, abc news, rochester, new york. we're going to turn to the democrats now, and bernie sanders celebrating another victory sanders won the caucuses in wyoming over the weekend. but he had to split the state's 14 delegates with hillary clinton. as they eye the delegate-rich state of new york, sanders addressed supporters in coney island. and on abc's "this week," he made it clear he was ready to take the race all the way to the convention. >> here's the point, george, in the last 3 1/2 weeks, we have reduced her margin by a third. so, no question, i think the momentum is with us. we have come a really, really long way and i think we can win this. >> of course, secretary clinton disagrees, saying she expect says to be the nominee and made her pitch at three churches yesterday.
bill clinton was speaking to church goers in harlem. as president obama's eight years in the white house winds down, he was asked to reflect on his time in office. speaking with fox anchor chris wallace, he was asked what he thought was his biggest mystic mistake as president. >> probably failing to plan for the day after what i think was the right thing to do in intervening in libya. >> he's referring to the toppling of moammar gadhafi in 2011, the aftermath of which he has also called a mess. in the fox interview, the president also said the white house would not interfere with the justice department's investigation of hillary clinton's eames. well, it could be up to a year before a woman on the fbi's most wanted list is extradited from mexico to the u.s. 33-year-old brenda delgado is being held in a mexico city prison. she faces capital murder and other charges in connection with the shooting death of a dentist who was dating her ex-boyfriend.
prosecutors allege delgado hired two accomplices, one of whom was the gunman. when she's sent back to the u.s., delgado will face life in prison if she's convicted. this morning big protests are expected over north carolina's controversial new law seen as anti-gay. the supporters of the new law are expected to mount a counterdemonstration at the capitol starting at noon. bruce springsteen canceled last night's concert in the state as a protest. a pilot recovering from serious injuries after his plane crashed in a residential area on new york's long island. the piper aircraft apparently developed engine problems just after takeoff and was trying to return to the airport when it crashed. the pilot has two broken legs and a head injury. his passenger is expected to be okay. severe storms are in the forecast for the south central u.s. a cold front will run into warm air and that may result in violent thunderstorms. the front brought extreme weather to the midwest this weekend. abc's rob marciano has more. >> reporter: winter refusing to release its icy grip. a fresh blast of snow hitting michigan.
round after round of snow over the weekend, from wisconsin to virginia. up to 10 inches of the white stuff across the midwest. whiteouts and wipeouts. >> we saw accidents everywhere. we were stuck in traffic for about 25 minutes before we got out. it's just a mess. >> reporter: signs of spring buried. temperatures plunging 20 degrees below normal. behind that front, further south, high winds kicking up this dust storm in northeast arkansas, blinding drivers. farther west it was another kind of battle against the elements. in las vegas, hail and record rain, triggering flash floods and stranding drivers. even that famous las vegas strip, under water. most of the rain should come to an end in the southwest, but a two-day severe weather threat across the plains. for the eastern half of the country, enduring that shockingly cold spring, we'll sigh a warm-up as we head to at least the end of the week.
rob marciano, abc news, new york. now to more on that dust storm that rob mentioned. several accidents in arkansas being blamed on the low visibility because of that including one fatality. another pile-up involved a dozen vehicles. authorities diverted drives off highways to prevent additional crashes. winds were gusting at up to 50 miles per hour. well, for the first time in 20 years, the green jacket that you know that goes to the winner of the masters -- >> happy gilmore? >> exactly. well, it is heading to england. good old england. before that, the story must start with last year's champion. >> jordan spieth had a five-stroke lead going onto the back nine yesterday at augusta national. then he had a bit of a meltdown, hitting two shots into the water at the 12th. that was part of an eight-shot slide from which he just couldn't recover. >> nailed it. englishman danny willett took advantage, shooting in the low round of the day. in the end, it was good enough for a three-stroke victory over spieth. and look at how happy spieth
looked. and lee westwood, by the way, was there. willet is only the second englishman to ever win the masters after nick faldo. >> such a bummer to do so well and then just lose it at the last minute. >> all three days he was on top and then boom. >> you know, he's young. he'll get used to these disappointing moments. still an amazing accomplishment for him. >> absolutely. yeah. >> good for you, jordan. we're still rooting for you. >> it's all right. you can lift the hammer. coming up in the skin y the top winners at last night's mtv movie awards with no love loss for the academy. plus, checking out the red carpet fashion. and the real life hamburglar caught on video. what this guy didn't take from a burger joint in the nation's capital. but first, your monday forecast. diane's first monday forecast. >> that's right. the monday forecast. 87 in dallas. now we're talking. >> announcer: "world news now" weather, brought to you by vista print.
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pretty easy to call this guy a modern day hamburglar. surveillance video shows himself a five guys burger joint in washington, d.c., last month, cooking two cheeseburgers. the fedora wearing suspect even toasted the buns on the grill. while talking on the phone. multitasking. he stole bottled water before leaving. police released the video asking for the public's help in finding him. >> it's important to hydrate when you're on the run. >> and make cheeseburgers. in the meantime, a pair of burglars south of boston were definitely not looking for hamburgers. but what they were also not looking for was making national headlines. >> little did they know their every movement was being live streamed directly to the phone of the homeowner. here's abc's gio benitez.
>> reporter: no, these men are not dropping by this boston home. they're breaking in. watch as the braising burglars waste no time casing the house, making their way from room to room, inspecting their inventory. >> hey, take this right here. >> reporter: so at home in the house they've broken into, one even offered the dog a treat. >> what a cookie? >> reporter: then the two are seen heading up the stairs. but what they don't know is homeowner damian gir ard is watching the whole thing from his cell phone. >> i was thinking, are they going to steal my dog? >> reporter: the police arrive minutes later, guns drawn, catching the men before they can make off with the girard's belongings. >> i didn't break into anything. he said he needed help. >> reporter: having things so under control, even the dog decides to go take a nap. but scenes like these are all too common with an estimated 1.2 million break-ins in the u.s.
every year, there's one burglary every 16 seconds. so how can you keep your home safe? security expert bill stanton tells abc news that the first thing you should do is bulk up your locks. >> we have a dead bolt. we have an alarm system. and this door is steel-reinforced. >> reporter: next make sure to secure every point of access. access into the home from the garage, most homes don't have that door secure. lastly, install those high-tech cameras so you can stop the thieves like these in their tracks. >> invest in extra dollars so you can possibly see the intruder coming in before they actually get in. >> reporter: as for the two alleged burglars in boston, both are charged with breaking and entering and larceny. take a look. this camera is a lot like the one girard used and cost 200 bucks and took a few minutes to set up. watch right now, we have a live feed of the apartment. if there's any movement in here, it will send an alert to your phone. gio benitez, abc news, new york. >> trying to figure out how to tap into gio's life of his living room there. >> hacking gio's live cam. we actually have one in our
house. and i keep hoping it's going to catch frank doing something really bizarre. and he does all these cute things. >> your pet rabbit. >> yes, i'm sorry, he's my pet rabbit. he does these cute things but never within the camera's view. he's like the warner brothers frog that sings and dances except when you open the box. >> he knows you're watching him. >> that's weird. >> he does. i think so. >> i have one, as well. i keep hoping that it will spot the ghost that's haunting my apartment. >> a haunted apartment. we'll have to know more about that. when we come back, the big moments and fashion from the mtv movie awards. >> a new photoshop fail you have to see. "the skinny" is next. >> love photoshop fails. >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations.
♪ skinny, so skinny ♪ skinny so skinny ♪ >> your first "skinny." >> i know. i'm grooving to it. i like it. >> you always remember your first. "the skinny," that is. >> we'll see. >> yeah. topping the headlines this morning, the mtv movie awards. >> hosted by dwayne "the rock" johnson and kevin hart, the highlight of the night was when the pair broke into this profanity-laced rap taking shots at the oscars "celebrating movies that you've actually seen." >> one film that was said to be snubbed by the oscars this year "straight outta compton" took home the award for best true story. >> that's the category. >> i would just like to take a
moment while i thank the academy -- i mean, mtv. i'm sorry. i'm sorry, i'm sorry. my bad, my dad, my bad. we're happy to be spending this 25th year with you all. >> and you can understand why after all that. >> my bad, my bad, my bad. >> the academy kind of snubbed them. so checking out last night's highlights. best movie went to "star wars: the force awakens," director j.j. abrams accepting it as you can see. and best female performance? >> that went to charlize theron for her role in "mad max: fury road." also a good one actually. i kind of think she looks stunning no matter what she wears. >> absolutely. >> she's just one of those people. she could wear a paper bag and look absolutely gorgeous. >> just not over her face. >> no, please don't. look at her. >> she's beautiful. she's insane. best male performance went to leo dicaprio for "the revenant"
so he's got the golden popcorn and he's got an oscar. i'm sure he's loving the oscar more. >> making up for lost time, huh? and a special note, melissa mccarthy won the comedic genius award, making her the first woman ever to win that award. >> some other big categories, biggest bad ass. these categories are weird. >> i kind of enjoy it. >> the mtv movie awards. it's fun. >> of course, you watch these award shows, it's never just about the awards. everyone wants to know what's going on on the red carpet. who is wearing who. >> it's always fun. in terms of jaw-dropping looks, this show certainly didn't disappoint. we have charlize again. best female performance winner . she rocked out a sheer and lacey dress complete with blinged out butterflies. >> it looks a little "huntsman" inspired. the snow white movie she did, right? >> i see the synergy because it's coming out with the sequel right now. >> i'm not loving the dress. she can pull anything else off again. >> it looks great at the top. not sure about the bottom.
>> singer halsey kind of looked like she rushed out of the house before getting dressed. kind of forgot half her outfit at home. but, no, that is her outfit. shorts with a blazer, embellished bra and pretty much nothing else. >> i kind of like it. super model kara day levine strolled the red carpet in this purr-fect cat suit, full length black velvet with strategically placed sheer panels. >> she looks good i have to say. she can do it. >> tough to pull off. next, speaking of high fashion, yet another photoshop fail causing a stir on social media. >> i enjoy seeing these. i have to say. in a series of black and white images for "vogue china," victoria beckham in minimal makeup and apparently wearing a blouse raises her leg in this pose and shared the image
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>> southfrica. >> oh, good one. >> fantastic place. okay. >> oh, boy. >> would you rather be invisible or be able to read minds? >> read minds. >> read minds. >> actually, i'll say invisible because i already know how to read minds. >> you're so present, you do. >> are you worried right now? >> yes. oh, my god, if she had a window into my world. >> i can't say any of it out loud. >> exactly. >> what's your favorite sports to watch? >> i'd probably say cricket because it lasts for several days. >> cricket. >> yeah. you mean -- >> how often do you sit around watching cricket? >> several days. i've been to watch. >> so when you don't show up to work, we'll know there's a cricket match on. >> because i'm binge watching cricket. okay. any tattoos? >> no tattoos. i guess that's a really boring answer i don't have any tattoos. >> will you get one? >> now i feel bad. should i get one right now? >> yes, with this. >> the "world news now" logo? >> uh-huh. >> all right.
i'll work on that. i'll have a tattoo next time. what's your favorite drink? >> manhattans. >> manhattans? >> yes. because it's low calories and -- >> up on the rocks? exactly. tony's there with me. >> because it's low calories? >> low calorie and it gets you right where you want to go. >> cocktail based on calorie count. >> i do. the struggle is real. if you could live anywhere in the world, this is similar, where would it be? >> new york city, baby. >> really? >> right here. >> not even long island? >> i've already done that i like you say long island. hard on the "g." >> do you have any hidden talents? >> oh, i don't want to do it now but i do a very, very good trumpet impersonation. >> we have time. >> i can mimic a trumpet. only ten seconds. we've got to go. weirdest thing you've ever eaten? >> the foam popcorn. time's up. >> foam popcorn.
making news in america this morning -- breaking overnight, severe weather hitting several states right now. large hail, dangerous lightning and high winds causing damage. the new video coming in and where the weather threat is today. chasing delegates. ted cruz and bernie sanders are gaining ground with wins over the weekend and donald trump is getting frustrated, blasting his party's process. we're live in washington. caught on camera, a burger joint burglarized. the man accused of breaking in, helping himself to dinner. and an epic collapse at the masters. jordan spieth falls apart, misses out on back-to-back wins. good monday morning.