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quite a mark herself. >> she was a dignified elegant woman. a credit to her husband's legacy. >> president reagan died in 2004, one of the last times mrs. reagan was seen in public was here in a wheelchair at his gravesite on the tenth anniversary of his passing.
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laid to rest. beside her beloved late husband. >> she was his rock. he leaned on her and she was everything to him and he was everything to her. >> reporter: around 1,000 people are expected to attend mrs. reagan's funeral with a number of dignitaries there including first lady michelle obama. we're also told planning for these services has been in the works for decades, reena and kendis. >> lauren, what are the details we're learning about friday's funeral? >> well, we know that as part of the official events leading up to it wednesday and thursday, mrs. reagan will lie in repose here at the library and the public can pay their respects during a few windows. until the funeral, the library closed until that private ceremony on friday. we'll learn more soon about the dignitaries invited and who will be attending. also scheduled is a procession on wednesday to bring mrs. reagan's body from the
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santa monica to the library. there will be a small prayer service for family and close friends planned and then pal bearers made up of her secret service contingent past and present will bring the casket to the hearse to be transported hear. >> we're hearing michelle obama will attend but the president will not. is that unusual? >> this is standard protocol for the funeral of a former first lady. it is not typical for a sitting president to attend. past president bill clinton did not attend the funeral of pat nixon nor did george h.w. bush for lady bird johnson. >> all right. abc's lauren lyster joining us live everybody simi valley, california. we want to tell you to stay with abc news as more tributes come in. we'll have more coverage on nancy reagan's life and death in our next half hour.
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in the middle east this morning where he is promising the u.s. will destroy and squeeze the heart of isis. he spoke at an air base near abu dhabi, a main launching spot. biden along with his wife is set to also visit israel, the west bank and jordan. and the pentagon revealing new details about a deadly drone strike against militants in somalia. a spokesman says more than 150 al she bob fighters were killed as they were preparing to launch a larger scale attack possibly against u.s. targets. al shabaab is the same group that detonated a bomb in a laptop on a commercial passenger jet in somalia last month. another step in the legal showdown between apple and the government. the justice department is asking a federal judge in brooklyn to reconsider a ruling he made last week that said apple could not
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he was right to claim the fbi's request would undermine fundamental constitutional principles. more than a thousand students walked out of their boston classrooms yesterday to protest budget cuts. they marched down boston and crowded the boston common. the school superintendent recently proposed cutting $20 million from the central office budget. >> before you grab your breakfast this morning at starbucks, a consumer alert to tell you about. the fda is recalling the popular sausage egg and cheese breakfast sandwich sold as hundreds of starbucks stores all over concerns about listeria. no illnesses have been reported. the affected locations include starbucks shops in texas, arkansas and oklahoma. that is a popular one?
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isn't it? >> okay. >> i can tell that you eat that one. >> i do. that's my free day breakfast. >> your cheap day. >> yeah, exactly. >> we love our completely fake food holidays. right here at "world news now." today is a good one. >> yeah, it is national pancake day. of course, the international house of pancakes is a major player in the whole thing. today participating ihops are giving customers one free short >> this is the 11th annual national pancake day and also a big fund-raiser at ihops while they are eating, patrons can hospital charity. our producers don't miss a beat. i would have had liked to have had a bite of the pancake. of pancake, why isn't it
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>> where are the pancakes at? >> maybe the next block in time of your arrival onto the set. >> coming up in the mix, two grandmothers not acting their age while behind the wheel of a bam tkpwur tkpwae knee. wnn. you're watching "world news now" >> peyton manning announcing his retirement from pro football. he faces tough questions while considering his future. >> later new hope for a young woman who wants to be a mother. how a transplant could deliver hope. narrator: breakfast. dishes. dinner. dishes. marriage. dishes. divorce. dishes. sleeping. (snoring) (sputtering) dishes.
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a california highway patrol officer came to the rescue of two women and two children. when their car caught fire yesterday in monterey south of san francisco, the officer just happened to be behind that vehicle when it burst into flames. all four victims were treated for smoke inhalation. no word on what sparked that fire. then there's this mess from a soccer match in israel. poor number 7 is injured on a stretcher. first the guy in front of him almost sits on his head. then the guy in the backdrops the stretcher. >> come on. >> everyone's so irritated. number 8 eventually picks up his teammate, carries him off the field. >> number eight. you go. >> i hope number eight gets a promotion. and the guy with the stretcher >> he puts his butt in his face like he's going to sit down. what are you doing? >> it's all right. i'll walk. it's okay. >> oh, see him kick the stretcher. that poor guy.
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i hope he's okay today. >> i'm sure he's fine. if i saw an coming in in, no, all right. now to the other type of football, american football. the only one that counts. peyton manning, he's going into his first full day of retirement from the nfl. >> his announcement yesterday, manning cracked a few jokes to help him fight back the tears. abc's clayton sandell reports from denver. >> reporter: peyton manning will miss football as much as football will miss him. >> i revere football. i love the game. >> reporter: winning the super bowl turned out to be the ultimate retirement party. >> the denver broncos have taken super bowl 50. >> reporter: for a player who thought his career might be over in 2011. neck surgery sidelined him an entire season in indianapolis. but in denver he fought back. becoming a five-time mvp. the only quarterback to win two super bowls for different teams. >> i've finished my football race, and after 18 years, it's time. >> reporter: for the first time manning publicly addressed sexual assault allegations made
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at the university of tennessee. >> i did not do what has been alleged and i'm not interested in re-litigating something that happened when i was 19 years old. >> reporter: manning, known as the sheriff for laying down the law, rides into the sunset with one last trademark call -- >> omaha. >> reporter: manning says he's going on vacation. he's going to play a little golf before deciding what to do next. clayton sandell, abc news, denver. >> espn job next? >> probably. >> coming up, the recipient of a ground breaking transplant speaking out. thanking the medical team for making her the first american to successfully have a uterus transplant. her hope to conceive. >> the backlash one writer is facing after saying that getting married is not an accomplishment. you're watching "world news now."
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well, a new medical procedure is giving couples facing infertility new hope. >> the first american to have a uterus transplant. >> at 16 years old, lindsay learned she was born without a uterus. >> from that moment on, i have prayed that god would allow me the opportunity to experience pregnancy. here we are today. >> the first woman in america to receive a new uterus. it took place at the cleveland clinic february 24th. this was modeled after the approach swedish doctors are using. there the uterus comes from a living donor and healthy babies have already been born. here doctors used the uterus of a deceased donor placed in the pelvis and connected vascularly and gynecologically. nine other women will also get
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some had theirite uterus removed. >> women born without a uterus have a medical condition that affects every aspect of their lives from the time diagnosed to when they are adults looking for relationships and trying to decide if and how to have a family. >> the real test is a successful pregnancy. >> uterus transplant is not just about a surgery and for moving a uterus from here to there. it's about having a healthy baby. that goal is still a couple of years away. >> something lindsay and her husband look forward to. they're already parents to three adopted boys. to get lindsay pregnant, she'll rely on ivf using already frozen embryos. this doctor calls this transplant monumental but challenging. > i think to the select group of women who really want to have a child who were born without uteri or had them prematurely and never had that opportunity it, offers this glimmer of hope. >> lauren glassburg for abc news, new york. >> incredible advancement.
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march 1st. more than 30,000 people have viewed this on facebook. >> that's a wonderful moment especially like for the city of baltimore which has had some horrible images. >> he said he almost missed his bunch bus so knew it was a legitimate moment. >> here's a wonderful moment, as well. of this gopro awards recipient. orlando getty. gopro fell on the ground, this elephant kicked it and then picked it up giving it a ride for a few minutes. we got to see the innards of the trunk of this elephant. is he just kind of walked with it for a little bit. >> i think elephants are smarter than we give them credit for. i think they didn't want to be filmed or play the game. >> do you think they remember that encounter. >> i think they do but i think
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gopro. what do you get when you mix 650 horsepower with two grannies? >> take a look at this. >> here we go. >> two grannies in los angeles with a lamborghini. they take it for a spin. take a listen. >> where we going to put the stuff? >> i'm clueless. >> kind of sort of. >> got room inside. >> no, there's no room for the groceries. >> we can't put you in the trunk if we can't find the trunk. >> doughnut media apparently put this together. it's a great video. clearly lamborghini has marketing to the wrong crowd. >> they need to market to the 80 and up crowd. all right. take a look at this in the meantime. this is really cool. cadets know how to celebrates once they get through the first year. this is the cadets in norway. they did this impromptu mashup here, dance. after they made it through their first year.
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>> norway dance moves. i wouldn't have thought. pretty good. >> it also shows why the norwegian military has been taken over over the years.
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this morning on "world news now," the last minute campaigning and infighting before voters in four states go to the polls. what's at stake in today's important primaries and caucuses. >> remembering nancy reagan. the beloved first lady, the latest tributes and the plans for her funeral. >> new this half hour it, the tennis star admitting she failed a drug test. >> maria sharapova explains what happened. the developments overnight. later, the women of the bachelor" telling all from hard feelings to apologies. it's reality tv like you've never seen before.
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exclusive insight. it is tuesday, march 8th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> good tuesday morning to you. i'm kendis gibson. >> and i'm reena ninan. you know what's hotter than the bachelor. >> what. >> i think american politics. we thought it would be spiced up a little bit with bloomberg stepping in. a lot of people thought it would be more of a circus. >> with bloomberg saying he's not going to run, this will still be a hot mess coming down the road. the republican convention in cleveland, i'm going to grab a big box of real popcorn and sit back and eat. >> i don't eat it anymore after a certain incident on the show. a battle for the white house a day after michael bloomberg announced he will not enter the race. voters are casting ballots in four states today.
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idaho and caucuses in hawaii today. voters from both parties have primaries in mississippi and michigan. those are major contests. >> and in michigan, it will be a tough battle for bernie sanders. polls show hillary clinton taking a commanding lead. our political coverage begins with abc's kenneth moton. >> we will not let a person like that ever become president of the united states. >> reporter: donald trump is feeling the heat. >> raise your hand. i swear i'm going to vote for donald trump next week. >> reporter: as gop rival ted cruz gains on him with super saturday victories in kansas and maine. >> i think momentum is surging our direction. >> reporter: conservative groups are spending tens of millions of dollars on anti-trump ads. >> donald trump hasn't served this country a day in his life. >> reporter: marco rubio is defying trump's call for him to drop out. he's even trailing in his home state of florida. >> we're going to win florida. this will be a very long process.
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clinton has reason to sound confident. >> hello. >> reporter: before michigan's big contest. >> i would hope to be able to enlist bernie in helping me reach out to his supporters if i am fortunate enough to be the nominee. >> reporter: she and bernie sanders took part in a town hall hosted by fox news in detroit tackling health care, isis and trade. >> i am going to change those trade policies corporations are going to invest in america, mot in china. >> reporter: sanders would need to win every remaining contest by ten points to beat her for nomination. clinton was asked if she would consider choosing sanders as her vp. >> let's not get ahead of ourselves. >> reporter: today there are contests in mississippi, idaho and hawaii but the big prize is michigan where donald trump and hillary clinton have double digit leads on their rivals. reena and kendis is that thanks to kenneth there. a major florida newspaper has
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comes to endorsing a republican candidate for president. "the sun sentinel" says it will not back any of the current candidates because the kind of person who should be running is not in the race. >> transcending political parties and even national boundaries are the tributes in for nancy reagan. we're hearing new details about the final good-bye planned for one of america's most prominent and active first ladies. abc's matt gutman has the latest. >> reporter: with those flags lowered at the reagan national library, and the white house, former first lady. >> i know how much she meant not just to president reagan, but to the country as a whole. >> reporter: as a first lady she was defined by her devotion to her husband, and as a widow by her devotion to his legacy at the reagan library. workers setting up a venue for a 1,000-person funeral friday. but before the ceremony, the condolences. her daughter patti writing, "there is comfort in feeling
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her stepson michael tweeting, "nancy is where she always wanted to be, with her ronnie. now she is at peace." sheila tate, her former press secretary, focusing on her crusades for alzheimer's research and against drug use. >> she traveled hundreds of thousands of miles over her eight years, raising money for treatment programs. >> reporter: nancy reagan passed air estate she and president reagan had lived in since he left the white house in 1989. her body will be brought for burial near the gravesite of her beloved at the reagan library. i'm told nancy and ronald began meticulously planning for this funeral when he was still in the white house down to the paul bearers and flowers. >> now to a major ruling from parents. the justices reversed an alabama court's refusal to recognize a same sex adoption in neighboring the birth mother tried to
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having visitation rights even though she had legally adopted the children while they were together. new details surfaced in the hulk hogan sex tape trial. the wrestler took the stand testifying his former best love sponge" propositioned him to have sex with his then wife heather. hogan said he repeatedly turned them down until he reached what he called a dark day in his marriage. but it wasn't till five years later he learned a tape had been made and leaked. >> i was pretty rocked. i felt numb. i still was holding out hope that bubba did not do this to me. >> hogan is suing gawker for $100 million for posting the video. gawker is citing freedom of the press. >> to the west coast and the el nino fueled storms pummeling the west with deadly force uprooting trees as you can see there, collapsing roofs and briefly
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some roads in the bay area under a foot of water as some areas saw about 11 inches of rainfall over 72 hours. in the higher elevations storms slammed the sierra nevada mountains with blizzard conditions and may have had an impact on this. the severe weather likely played a role in this train derailment, a live picture coming to us from northern california. a fallen tree right now on the track sent one train car into a creek 14 people were hurt, but everyone we're told should be okay. you can see that car that's down on the left there. that's probably the one that ended up in the creek. this happened during the end of the rush hour there in northern california. and in today's forecast,
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antonio to shreveport. up to a foot of rain is expected. light rain in northern california. unusually warm in the midwest to the northeast. >> 70s in dallas and washington, d.c., 60s in new york and chicago. 50s in great falls, and albuquerque, 40s in boston and seattle. well, a chicago area woman was charged with drunk driving after police saw this. take a look. a 15-foot tree wedged into the grill of her car. she had obviously run into it at some point because police noticed that the air bags were already deployed. the driver admitting striking the tree but couldn't remember where. >> well, usually when we show you cars of the future it's a model that the car companies will have on streets within the next year. that's not the case with the new offering from bmw. >> the german car giant unveiled a vehicle it called the vision next 100. yesterday, its doors open toward the sky. its steering wheel emerges from the dash board and its tires are
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>> it also includes a full display windshield that warns of obstacles moving into the car's path and has two modes, one where the driver is in control and the other where the car drives itself. the next 20 or 30 years. in this car, too. it's nice looking car. >> it does look good. >> coming up in "the skinny," the women of the bachelor" open up about this emotional and memorable season. our analyst is here with the highlights and there were some low lights, as well. >> thankfully. >> that's our analyst. >> also ahead, maria sharapova's failed drug test. what it means to the tennis star, her career and endorsements. >> and later, is marriage really a major life's accomplishment? i mean, we're going to hear why some young women are saying no. you're watching "world news now." if you're approaching 65, now's the time to get your ducks in a row. to learn about medicare,
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caught on camera here, new caught on camera here, new video of a garbage truck falling off a highway in miami. look at this, goes right in. police say the dashcam video shows the driver identified as ca seem smith apparently distracted while driving on i-95, a ramp there, crashing through a guardrail and plunging 100 feet to the street below. witnesses and family members say it's really a miracle he survived. the driver was reportedly cited for careless driving and not wearing a seat belt. how can you not wear a seat belt when you drive that big thing. i don't know. >> it's a miracle nobody else on the ground -- didn't impact
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tennis star maria sharapova already facing consequences following her announcement she failed a drug test in january. in fact, overnight nike suspending sponsorship of her while the investigation of her case continues. >> and sharapova says she's let her fans down and the game she loves. abc's ryan smith has details. >> i made a huge mistaking. > maria sharapova, tennis star and the world's highest paid female athlete admit she failed open saying she's been taking the drug meldonium since 2006 for medical issues. she claims she was unaware it was added to the banned substances this year. >> i had a deficiency in magnesium. i had irregular ekg results and i had a family history of diabetes. >> sharapova a tennis prodigy. becoming an instant star after winning wimbledon at 17. going on to win four more grand slams but in the years that
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toll. the star saying she'll cooperate with the investigation into her failed tests. >> i know that i face consequences. and i don't want to end my career this way. >> sharapova one of the most well-known tennis players to fail a drug test is reportedly subject to a provisional suspension. ryan smith, abc news, new york. incredible. she made something like $30 million last year. $23 million of which was from endorsements alone. >> more than serena. >> she's going to be fine. she's estimated to be worth $195 million. she came to the u.s. with $700 in her back pocket. she's done well. >> coming up, our senior analyst breaks down last night's dramatic tell all. >> and didn't mean to interrupt there. did kanye west just hack into his wife's twitter account? "the skinny" up next. nt?
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>> wow. >> i sat down in had chair. that's a lot for us. thanks very much. keep watching. >> don't ask us for a pay raise. >> roll that will beautiful "bachelor" footage. women tell all. start with lace. we love lace. lace admitted i'll quote her here, i was uncomfortable there. maybe that's why she was drinking all the booze she could get her hands on. we don't know. when lace basically said she knew that her and ben weren't connecting, she was out of there. then there was this guy that actually has a tattoo of lace's face. basically invaded the stage. you get the idea. i hope he's going to like that in about 40 years. lace, by the way, will get a chance to see more of lace, there's the tat.
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"bachelor in paradise." let's get olivia over with here. olivia claiming it's not fun watching the show. i wonder why. >> yeah. >> because olivia was olivia. she was annoying and had to go. that was pretty much it. maybe they got to do something here because she said she wasn't comfortable with that setting. > the setting? >> yeah, the setting. the mansion looked pretty you know comfortable. the places that they stayed looked pretty comfortable. all of a sudden, everybody's uncomfortable. who knows? she says the last couple of months have been very hard on her. to her credit she did apologize for the teen mom comment that she made that offended so many people. so that's that. then they rolled ben out, what's left of him after this whole season. he was very gracious to caila who as we know sprung the surprise last week and he basically surprised her by saying you got to go sweetheart. excuse me. i don't think there's any hurt feelings as far as they go. ben according to chris harrison should go on the mount rushmore of bachelors. >> wow.
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gracious to you an the women. he said -- he called himself a lucky guy. so fair enough to him. >> he was very nice. >> then the last segment we get to a sneak peek for next week's big finale. the final two women are our girl lauren b and jojo. ben has told both of them that he loves them. so who knows how he's going to extricate himself from this mess. >> going to be explosive. it will be emotional. the whole nine yards. i'm being told to get out of here. thanks for watching. > 38,000 views and counting. thank you. senior analyst. >> yeah, jack. don't miss jack's bachelor season recap next monday. >> it will be interesting, of course. so in case you didn't go on the internets yesterday, then there may be an image you have yet to see. here it is.
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once again posting a nude selfie on social media. she did censor something but till still it caused quite a stir. >> yes, creeps and fans alike were delighted with her revealing pose but kim was apparently just toying with the world. last night the 35-year-old mom of two explained tweeting i'm flattered some of you thought my post earlier was a recent pic. that was my blonde moment a year ago and 25 pounds lighter. >> many other celebrities reacted to the digital display of flesh including bette midler who threw some shade. if kim wants to us see a part of her we've never seen, she's going to have to swallow the camera. >> but wait, we have breaking "skinny" news overnight. kim started tweeting back at detractors calling midler a fake friend. >> wow. but our crack "skinny" team uncoded the messaging. the explosion caused by kanye west as one tweet referenced the $53 million kanye claims he's in debt. all right. next for those about to rock, well, you have to wait.
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professional, volunteering or hobby related successes. i've always been confused. >> reporter: take 27-year-old natalie brook, sharing in a "huffington post" article she's had it with marriage being viewed as a morning accomplishment writing you don't married. partner. >> don't get me wrong. but i don't think it's an achievement. and i don't think having a ring on my finger makes me unique or special. >> reporter: no doubt romantic proposals are still a big deal. but things are slowly changing. one study saying for four out of ten women, having a successful marriage is only one of their most important goals. >> it's true that we're still coming out of a cultural time when getting married was their license into the world of accomplishment. because they could own their husband's accomplishments.
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point for getting married. >> reporter: those mixed feelings led to brook's article trending online, even sparking critic who's accuse her of attacking women for their choices. >> people have definitely misunderstood me because they think i'm saying love and relationships and marriage isn't important. and that's not what i'm saying. what i'm saying is, it's not everything. >> but before you accuse her of being a bitter single woman, a bit of news about natalie brook. she just got engaged and is focusing on not just the marriage but a long-term relationship. >> what is an accomplishment is making it year after year after year celebrating that five mark that 15 mark, that 50 mark. >> reporter: deborah roberts, abc news, new york. oh, see? even she ended up giving in. >> i'm not a believer. i've always thought of marriage as a leading cause of divorce. so i just --
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>> good morning. i'm reena ninan. >> i'm kendis gibson. in the headlines this tuesday morning, making their picks. voters in four states casting ballots today. good morning. i'm reena ninan. >> i'm kendis gibson. in the headlines this tuesday morning, making their picks. voters in four states casting ballots today. donald trump, hillary clinton, holding double digit leads in the polls in michigan. biggest prize today. but the rivals are refusing to back down. >> vice president biden kicked off a visit to the middle east by vowing that the u.s. would destroy isis. he made the pledge before hundreds of u.s. service members at an air base near abu dhabi. >> a listeria warning triggered the fda to recall a popular sausage egg and cheese sandwich
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arkansas and oklahoma. no illnesses though reported. >> and peyton manning says he really doesn't note exactly what's next. now that he's retired from the nfl, manning choked back tears during his announcement saying now is the right time to leave football. those are some of our top stories on this tuesday, march 8th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> good morning. we're going to start with the latest round of contests in the run-up to the white house. voting underway in four states. >> republicans have a primary in idaho and caucuses in hawaii and voters from both parties have primaries in mississippi and michigan. those are major contests and they come on heels of a major announcement from michael bloomberg. abc's tom llamas is covering the republicans. >> reporter: donald trump getting hit from all sides. at his rallies. >> uh-oh, we have another one. >> reporter: protesters increasingly trying to steal his bully pulpit. >> get out of here! looks like a nice little guy, actually.
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go home to mommy! go home to mommy! tell her to tuck you in bed. >> reporter: on tv, the brutal ad war against him, ramping up. outside groups spending millions. veterans attacking the billionaire as a draft-dodging trust fund baby. >> donald trump hasn't served this country a day in his life. >> reporter: and trump now finding one of his rivals gaining on him. senator ted cruz scoring weekend wins in kansas and maine. trump now calling it a two-man race. >> reporter: cruz, saying bring it on. >> i think the momentum is surging our direction. we're seeing folks who had been supporting donald trump who are realizing he isn't who they thought he was. >> reporter: but piling on trump and cruz, former new york mayor michael bloomberg announcing he
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himself. bloomberg writing, quote, "there is a good chance that my candidacy could lead to the election of donald trump or senator ted cruz. this is not a risk i can take in good conscience." bloomberg accusing his fellow billionaire of running "the most divisive and demagogic presidential campaign i can remember." bloomberg also saying that trump "preys on people's prejudices and fears and that trump appeals to our worst impulses." tom llamas, madison, mississippi. the democrats appealing to voters in michigan where 130 delegates are at stake today. hillary clinton and bernie sanders made back to back appearances in a fox news hall in detroit. unlike sunday's fiery debate, they mostly refrained from attacking one another but they tackled the economy, health care and trade. >> i am going to change those trade policies, corporations are going to invest in america, not in china. >> i would hope to be able to enlist bernie in helping me reach out to his supporters if i
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nominee. >> clinton has a double digit lead over sanders in michigan. he would need to win every remaining contest by ten points to beat her. >> breaking news from northern california where the commute turned into a nightmare for many. a train derailed after hitting a tree on the tracks, sending one of the cars into a nearby creek. you can see it partially submerged there. fire crews were busy all night long and were able to rescue everyone. several people were injured but everyone is expected to be okay. we're being told weather may have been a factor in all of this. investigators say it was raining heavily at the time. now to the $55 million verdict won by "dancing with the stars" co-host aaron andrews. attorneys for the hotel companies on the losing side of that case say they aren't sure
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decision. abc's elizabeth hur has the detail. >> reporter: a legal victory for erin andrews. >> $55 million, correct? >> yes. >> the jury awarding andrews $55 million. >> we're disappointed with the outcome in andrews sued her convicted stalker michael barrett as well as the owners and managers of this nashville marriott for $75 million. claiming the hotel made it easy for barrett to get a room next door to hers so he could shoot video of her naked. that was later posted online and viewed almost 17 million times. >> you don't believe you will ever get over this? >> no. >> reporter: andrews tearfully testified this incident has caused her lasting emotional scars. >> this could have been stopped. the nashville marriott could have called me and said, we're putting this man that requested to be next to you, is this okay. and i would have called the cops and we would have gotten him. they could have stopped this. >> reporter: but attorneys for the hotel argued in court there was no way employees could have known what barrett was up to insisting his criminal actions were his responsibility, not theirs. in the end, the jury decided the hotel management company shared
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fault. >> we believe and we continue to believe this was not foreseeable. >> reporter: andrews didn't speak afterwards but she tweeted thanking the jury and her supporters saying their outreach helped her stand up and "hold accountable whose job it is to protect everyone's safety, security and privacy." sex tape trial is unfolding in florida where pro the stand. he testified his former friend tampa radio deejay bubba "the love sponge" propositioned him hogan said he gave in but only later learned a sex tape had been made of the process. gawker is citing freedom of the press. it didn't take long for maria sharapova to start suffering the consequences following her failed drug test. nike suspended sponsorship of her while the case is being
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details from abc's nick watt. >> reporter: the highest paid female athlete on our planet, a model, entrepreneur and olympic medalist in a los angeles hotel, a bombshell from maria sharapova. >> a few days ago i received a letter from the itf that i had failed a drug test at the australian open. i take full responsibility for it. >> reporter: sharapova could join the list of fallen idols. marion jones, alex rodriguez, lance armstrong who finally fessed up to oprah. >> did you ever take banned substances to enhance your cycling performance? >> yes. >> she tested positive for something called meldonium. it was only added to the ban list last year. the darling of tennis now on the defense. >> i was given this medicine by my doctor for several health issues that i was having back in 2006.
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as indications of diabetes. it made me healthy. that's why i continued to take it. >> officials claim it could boost performance. that's why they banned. she doesn't deny taking it but claims she had no idea it's now outlawed. >> i know many of you thought that i would be retiring today, but if i was ever going to announce my retirement, it would probably not be in a downtown los angeles hotel with this fairly ugly carpet. >> sharapova is provisionally suspended, is cooperating, and will likely appeal any ban. >> thank you. nick watt, abc news, los angeles. >> what did the carpet ever do to attack her? poor nice carpet. >> oh, boy. >> all right. >> it's sad though. it's a really sad to see a situation like that. we don't know. was. you say it was only banned in january.
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>> jury's out. they already pulled sponsorships. it's a lot of money. more than 1,000 students walked out of their boston classrooms yesterday to protest budget cuts. they marched downtown and crowded the boston common. the boston school superintendent recently proposed cutting $20 million from the central office budget. well, turning now to the severe weather hitting parts of the south and west. a new system threatening millions in south central u.s. crews working overtime to blanket parts of western louisiana with sand bags where up to 10 inches of rain could fall over the next few days. flash flood watches in effect from east texas to western louisiana and up into southern arkansas. to the west, torrential rain slamming california from san francisco to san diego. they forced officials to open the folsom dam floodgates for the first time in five years as
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capacity. kayna whitworth has the latest. >> reporter: el nino-fueled with deadly force. trees crashing down onto cars. >> i didn't expect this to happen. >> reporter: to san jose, where heavy rains were the likely culprit in this collapse. >> we've got wires down, we've got accidents, we've got rescue responses. >> reporter: the system, briefly knocking out power to l.a.'s airport. lightning setting this palm tree ablaze. over the weekend north of sacramento, a woman drowning in floodwaters after the car she was in went around a roadblock. crews are sawing through this huge tree that crushed two cars and blew out the windows of that one and this storm o storm may have moved through quickly but left lasting damage. kayna whitworth, abc news, los angeles. >> here's what's happening today on the weather front. light rain still in northern california and the pacific northwest. violent storms from texas to the gulf region. some areas of the south could get a foot of rain.
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lakes to the northeast where it will feel like april. >> 40s in seattle and boston. 50s in denver and great falls. 60s in minneapolis and detroit. 70s in l.a., dallas and washington, d.c. police in northern california have a mystery on their hands. it boils down to where is a woman who led police on a dangerous chase. >> okay. this is the woman. 51-year-old sharon turman has been on the run since sunday. >> my goodness, in this thing. she was driving this min in ivan painted to look like the mystery machine from the scooby-doo cartoons and abandoned the van and fled on foot. the van has been towed. she faces a slew of charges once she is caught. ruh-roh. >> we have a preview of what she'll say once she's caught. she would have gotten away with it if not for those rascally kids. >> oh, boy. >> maybe there were a few scooby snacks inside. >> i wonder how much the car
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>> i don't know. coming up, a volunteer firefighter's split second life or death decision that almost cost him his job. >> the split second decision by a dad saving his son from a painful injury eight baseball game. we're hearing from both of them. and later, the love letters of ronald and nancy reagan. heartfelt words shared by such an unforgettable couple and so meaningful today. you're watching "world news now." you're watching "world news now." >> i'm alex trebek. if you're age 50 to 85, this is an important message. so please, write down the number on your screen. the lock i want to talk to you about isn't the one on your door. it's a rate lock for your life insurance that guarantees your rate can never go up at any time, for any reason. but be careful. many policies you see do not have one, but you can get
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>> we need to have all of the planes with that. >> that's pretty cool landing there. so two volunteer firefighters in fredericksburg, virginia, placed on leave for violating policy to make a life or death decision. >> with the fate of a baby at stake and with an ambulance too far behind, they rushed her to fire truck. abc's david kerley has the story. >> a frantic father pulls into this fast food restaurant, his daughters unresponsive. >> at the mcdonald's. >> within 4:30, that father laying his child into the arms of fire captain kelly. >> she was completely unresponsive, no muscle tone at all. >> reporter: the problem an ambulance unit was nearly five miles away. the captain and his engine closer to the hospital. that's when the two the volunteer firefighters in this lot made a decision to put her in their fire truck and take her directly to the hospital.
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>> we're transporting in the engine. >> transporting the baby in the engine is a violation of policy. the firefighters put on leave for the past week during an investigation. the family ecstatic their baby was revived at the hospital thankful for the quick action saying in our eyes they are heros. officials acknowledge sometimes decisions have to be made on the fly. back on duty. in fact, captain kelly is on the truck. david kerley, abc news, >> that's incredible. lucky they were there. >> sadly, they were reinstated only after a public outcry. and in d.c., there was a similar incident that took place a few years ago where a guy died because the firefighters wouldn't help him out. >> wow. >> and so it's good to see these guys helped out at that point because it wasn't protocol in d.c. at the time. coming up, an american love story. >> the love letters of nancy and ronald reagan and their lasting legacy.
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well, the passing of well, the passing of nancy reagan reminded us of the incredible partnership she had
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>> of the many things they accomplished together, their most remarkable is the love they shared for each other. david muir has more. >> their love affair began in hollywood and took them to the whitehouse. president reagan to us, to her he was just ronnie. they met into the 1950s starring together in hellcats in the neighbor." >> how do you know so much about the moon? >> i know a lot about if. spend all my time looking at it when you're away. >> reporter: marriage, children, his run for public office. >> it's a victory for reagan. >> if i start to say what is really in my heart, i'm afraid i'll start to cry. so thank you very much. >> reporter: becoming the nation's 40th president. she never left his side rare images from the only office. cleaning up her ronnie. the president cutting in as she danced with frank sinatra, the royals prince charles and
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and after his presidency, after mimers, nancy would become even more the protector of his legacy. >> just four years ago, ronnie stood before you and spoke for what he said might be his last speech at a republican convention. sadly, his words were too prophetic. >> but his words for her will be remembered, too. his handwritten had letters i can't remember ever being without you, president reagan once wrote. i love you very much indeed. will you be my valentine from now on and forever and ever? i love you very much. >> so sweet that they have those letters that they wrote each other as that shows their love from all those years. but she went against a lot of republican traditions. she was very vocal about stem cells at a time when conservative republicans were not into that. and she took a stance. she believes in it. she saw the difference it was
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were really on board about this. >> that was a testament to her love and loyalty to president reagan because she saw the downfall. of course, the funeral arrangements set for friday. the first lady as is tradition will be there. narrator: breakfast. dishes. dinner. dishes. marriage. dishes. divorce. dishes. sleeping. (snoring) (sputtering) dishes. not sleeping. dishes. life. dishes. death. dishes. existence. dishes. dishes, dishes, dishes... every dish, every time. only finish has the power ball to take on anything. this is mineral build up it collects leaving gross germ-ridden stains. clorox toilet bowl cleaner with bleach is no match for that. but lysol power toilet bowl cleaner eliminates mineral build-up effortlessly. so why choose anything
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is a ball of energy who loves playing ball with his dad. >> perfect. >> reporter: the two like playing catch but it's always the ball they throw back and forth. saturday it was the bat his dad had to catch. >> realizing it was coming for us and specifically him. all i could do is throw my arm in the way. >> reporter: landon was sending pictures of the game to his mother and sister who went shopping instead of the game. sports photographer chris horner was watching and caught the split second reaction in an image that's gone viral. >> the pictures scare me a little bit because of how close it came to my face. >> the barrel of the bat hit my wrist. i guess it deflected and spun it, and the handle got him in the shoulder which i'll take that over the alternative. >> reporter: sunday night when she is pictures made the rounds online, his dad realized just how close the bat came to causing tragedy into it could have been as minor as a broken nose knocking teeth out to possible skull fracture.
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hurt. the ball did his hit landon's shoulder but both walked away just fine and even got to keep the bat. some call him a hero. >> i didn't have a whole lot of time to think about it. it was dad mode. protecting my son. i did what i could. >> shawn happens to be a paramedic. >> he's my hero. >> reporter: landon says he will go to another game so long as he's sitting right behind his hero, his dad. >> it's worth noting the dad shawn cunningham will be live on "good morning america" today. >> and that dad needs to work out more. man. >> you know, but this netting is a serious issue. they want to put it closer to the home plate side and not all stadiums are required to do that. >> absolutely. then you can see why. it's a dangerous thing. it's good to have a dad who can pump some iron. >> if we go to baseball parks, i would take care of you. don't worry. >> really?
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making news in america this morning, breaking overnight, a train derailing. one of its cars landing in a creek. >> we started seeing water coming into the bottom of the train. yes, and it was rising fast. >> rescue crews rushing to the scene smashing windows checking for survivors. crucial contest, voters heading to the polls today in four state, could it be bernie sanders' last stand as hillary clinton pulls away in the polls and donald trump hoping to pile up more delegates. we're live on another big day in the presidential election. floating to safety.

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