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in the eye good morning. i'm reena ninan. >> and i'm kendis gibson. here's a look at some of the top headlines we're following this morning on "world news now." no funeral date yet has been announced for nancy reagan, the 94-year-old former first lady passed away in her sleep yesterday at her home in the los angeles area. reagan will be buried right next to her husband at his presidential library, some full details stlatd. family who's lost loved ones on malaysia airlines flight 370 are asking authorities to eblgs tend the search beyond june. it was two years ago the boeing 777 vanished with 239 on board. >> the west coast bracing for another round of storms marching in from the pacific. that have turned deadly, killing at least two people, dumping
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up to half a foot of rain in some areas. and peyton manning makes it official today. he's retiring after 18 seasons in the nfl. manning leaves the game as the league's all-time passing leader and the only quarterback to win super bowls with two different teams. those are some of our top stories on this monday, march 7th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> good monday morning, everybody. we're going to get started this half hour of course, with the remembrances for fancy reagan. she goes down in history as her husband's most loyal friend and closest adviser. >> their daughter patti davis says her mother died peacefully in her sleep at home. by all accounts is the relationship she had with the man she called ronnie was extraordinary. abc's david muir looks back at her life. >> above all theirs was a love story. ronnie and nancy in the final
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called on her. >> before i go, i would like to ask the person who has made my life's journey so meaningful, someone i have been so very proud of over the years, to join me, nancy. >> reporter: nancy davis, a graduate of smith college and an actress in her own right, on broadway and in hollywood, she married ronald reagan on march 4th, 1952. they made one film together, "hellcats of the navy," in 1956. >> i was afraid you wouldn't come. >> reporter: but while that was the end of her acting career, she would take on a new role, her husband's inspiration. protector, guardian. their children, patti and ron jr. and from president reagan's marriage to jane wyman, michael and maureen. on their 20th anniversary, he was governor, she, first lady of california, and he wrote to her, "i can't remember ever being without you." >> i, ronald reagan -- >> reporter: she was at his side as he was sworn in as the 40th president in 1981. nancy reagan famously brought
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flair to the white house. those legendary state dinners. president reagan cutting in on a dance with the first lady and frank sinatra. they were a team, she was fiercely protective. running to her husband's side when he was shot nearly two months into his presidency. later, writing in his diary about the moments he woke up in the hospital after being shot. i opened my eyes once to find nancy there. i pray i never face a day when she isn't there. of all the ways god has blessed me, giving her to me is the greatest i deserve." after the shooting, the first lady sometimes clashing with aides. accused of controlling her husband at times, and there was this famous moment when mrs. reagan helped the president come up with the words. >> doing everything we can. >> doing everything we can. >> reporter: reagan's former chief of staff revealing that she once consulted an astrologer in making his schedule. but nancy reagan's signature cause in the white house was fighting teen alcohol and drug abuse, crate rag the campaign "just say no." >> just say no! >> reporter: after ronald reagan
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had alzheimer's disease in 1994, nancy reagan became even more the protector of his life and his legacy. calling it a "long good-bye." >> as each day brings another reminder of this very long good-bye. >> reporter: giving an emotional tribute at the 1996 republican convention. >> so let me close with ronnie's words, not mine. never forget your heroic origins. never fail to seek divine guidance. and never, never lose your natural god-given optimism. >> reporter: when the president died in 2004, mrs. reagan meticulously planned his funeral stoic through it all until this moment. in the years after, she broke with the republican party on this issue, championing stem cell research as a way of saving other families the pain of alzheimer's. putting the reagan library at
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greeting up and coming members of the party. in her last major interviewing with "vanity fair," nancy reagan spoke of living without the love of her life. "people say it gets better. no, it does not," she said. "i miss ronnie a lot, an awful lot." david muir, abc news, new york. >> no date has yet been flounced for her funeral but about 1,000 people will be invited. nancy reagan will be buried next to former president reagan at his presidential library. and as the tributes come in, stay with abc news. coming up, unforgettable comments from mrs. reagan and her love told to barbara walters later this half hour. the other major story we're following this is the democratic debate that took place in michigan. hillary clinton and bernie sanders butting heads over trade agreements, gun control as well as the wall street bailout but they both called for the governor of michigan to resign over the flint water crisis. more now from abc's david
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>> the backdrop for this democratic debate is a city ravaged by neglect and unintended consequences. the tap water poisoned. >> what is more important than the health and well-being of the people particularly children? it is raining lead in flint. >> reporter: the automotive jobs long gone within free trade partly to blame. >> i'm not going to say it is the only problem that detroit or flint has but it is a significant part of the decline. >> reporter: polls show hillary clinton has a significant lead here over bernie sanders. putting him under serious pressure. this weekend, sanders won three out of four democratic contests but clinton netted more pledged delegates than he did because she beat him so badly in the one state she did win, louisiana. >> the government is failing in many respects. but at the end of the day, i will trust the people to create a government that works for them rather than wall street or corporate america. >> reporter: for sanders especially a lot riding on
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he pull out a surprise victory here? david wright, abc news, flint, michigan. john kasich is trailing on the republican side but he just picked up a high profile endorsement. former governor arnold schwarzenegger is officially backing kasich for president. the men appeared together at an event in ohio. schwarzenegger calling kasich an action hero in his own right. he said when kasich was in washington he "kicked some serious butt." >> more frog progress in carter's battle with cancer. doctors told him he no longer needed treatment. last summer mr. carter revealed he had melanoma that spread to his brain. he ph five months of radiation and drug therapy. the man who invented the modern e-mail system has passed away. ray tomlinson debuted the invention way back in 1971. despite creating it, tomlinson
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e-mail very often. tomlinson also chose the @symbol to connect your user name with the destination address. details of why he died weren't immediately available. he was 74 years old. >> he didn't check his own e-mail. he's smarter than we gave him credit for. i love that. a family outside of nashville, tennessee is thanking their dogs for saving their lives. they awoke to barking and saw their detached garage engulfed in flames. homeowner william his wife, their three children and the dogs all got out safely. >> just thankful that our dogs were with us last night. that they were -- so whatever broke them up enough to let us know, hey, something ain't right. >> investigators are not calling the fire suspicious but they don't yet know what sparked it. mr. mccluskey said he had been building the garage over the past year, what he calls his ultimate man cave. >> well, it's no longer. we're getting our first look right now at some never before seen footage of britain's royal
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no, this isn't some easy way to get into what happened last night on "downton abby" which we do at one point. we're talking about britain's real royals. >> the footage was shot in 1949. can you guess who this little prince is? prince charles as he's with his mother, pris elizabeth. sheaf is, of course, now queen biz ii. >> chars was only a year old then. he's now 67 and, of course, he's the heir to his mother's throne. the material was released to mark mother's day in britain which was gualeeds that's right. it was yesterday. can i tell you his outfits would still be fashionable and prince george would look adorable in all of this em. >> a lot of outfits he wears are modeled what his dad wore years ago. coming up, it is national cereal day. did you know that? and a gourmet chef is here to shows us it's not just for breakfast. although it's breakfast time. >> also ahead the stash of
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with the reagans. >> how do you keep the romance in a marriage? >> i think it used to be that one of you thought it had to be, everything had to be your way. or 50/50. and it isn't always 50/50. >> what is it? >> sometimes it's 90/10, and you have to be willing to give the 90, or he has to be willing to give the 90. but it's something you want to do. >> clark gable had i line once that i thought was very eloquent. that there's nothing more wonderful for a man thanton approach his own doorstep knowing that someone on the other side of the door is listening for the sound of his footsteps. >> towards the end, i did an interview with both of them and you could tell that he was losing it. she answered the questions. she prompted him. she was very much a force for him.
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there were other good marriages. there are other good marriages but she would listen to his speeches with that glowing face, anything he did was fine with her. but she also was politically helpful. she advised him, she corrected him. she was very much a force. it wasn't just an attractive woman in the white house. she had a certain style that still reflected in the white house. >> great to see barbara back and she's going to be on gma talking a little bit more about nancy reagan. nancience reagan had a good acting career before she met ronald reagan. she appeared on stage in the 1940s before she signed a seven-year contract with mgm studios at the time, appearing in some 11 moviez. her last one was the one that she appeared with ronald reagan. >> a lot of people minimize the impact that a first lady has on the presidency and white house but she certainly maybe right there in the top three if not number one had a huge impact on her husband and his presidency.
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quietly what he should say and he repeating her words. it's remarkable that she just loved him so much, protected him so fiercely and you heard colin powell say earlier that she really -- he really believed she had one of the smartest minds. >> had quite an impact.
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mick as cereal, cereal and milk >> so the favorite food of 5-year-olds and 9 an-year-olds but can so much more be done with that morning meal? here to help us celebrate national skeel day private slef mark bailey and author of "cooking in boxers." >> good to see you. >> thank you. we're getting in touch with our inner wid tonight. definitely 44-year-olds love cereal. >> they will do. >> i have an array of things going on. all things cereal. i want to start off with milk. sounds simple. you just add some milk. dairy pure milk. only milk backed by the purity promise you. let that steep for 20 to 25 minutes. beak strain at milk collected. people use it to make doughnuts, cakes, you know, different types of -- people have right over ice and stuff like that. >>. it's like the new rave.
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cinnamon. >> life is always better with fruity pebbles. >> right. then the food. on to stuffed french toast. honey bunches of oats for these. that's like the cereal the whole family can enjoy. this is the french toast the family can enjoy. get wleet bred, put a little cinnamon. get your strawberry sliced up like that and roll. and you just roll it like so. >> you do that so well. >> yeah. you're going to dip it in custard, which is basically eggs. roll it over like so and then this is where you get the cereal involved. >> it's like fried chicken here. >> you get that good crusty outside on there. >> it's just regular honey bunches from oats. >> yeah, just chop that up. crush it up a little bit. then you put it there and bake it. >> you don't fry it. >> no you bake that. it's healthy. you see it here? how healthy is that? >> healthy. >> but it's a great way.
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and the oat flavor and everything. it works well as trench toast. as well, we have chicken fingers. now we've got a snack here or appetizer. i have chicken tenders with a little salt and pepper and pepper flakes. i love things spicy. >> you always say that. kindred spirits. >> i take that and then just dredge it in a little flour. that lets all of the seasonings adhere to it. put it in the egg batter once again and then we're going right to the cereal. >> now, do you have to grind it down or. >> yeah, the cereal crush it a little bit. you don't want to keep the large flakes on there and once again, you can bake or fry these. it's still diet season. >> trying to get into the swimsuits, chef bailey. >> once again bake it for like 20, 25 minutes and you've got those yummy suckers over there with ketchup. you're go good to go. last but not least, dessert.
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it's crunchy cereal skaerl lends that good crunch to everything. you add honey bunches of oats as well as raisins as well as pecans and it's super sweet, of course, sugar. >> of course sugar. i told you we're trying to get into the swimsuits. >> from diet season to sugar in a second. >> yeah, the great thing about monkey bread, you pull the little parts out. i love it for that reason sue is it hard to make? >> it's really, really easy. you use biscuits and you chop them up to get the fine pieces. so it's super fast. bakes real quick. >> wow. >> i think you should stay for the whole show. >> i don't think anybody would be able to tell the difference. but definitely cereal day. so everybody gets cereal. >> chef bailey, so good. >> you enjoy that. >> really do. thank you so much, chef bailey. for all the recipes you can see
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oh, my gosh, we've got to move onto the french toast. >> really. >> really nice. >> french toast? 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. today you can do everything in just one click, even keep your toilet clean and fresh. introducing lysol click gel. click it in to enjoy clean freshness with every flush. lysol.
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cards that, is ty cobb who notched up baseball's best ever lifetime batting average .367. try this number, millions. what these cards may be worth after being discovered at a home empty south. the cards finders are staying anonymous for now. experts confirm this is a jackpot find. >> i think you could argue this is the coolest find we've ever seen. >> reporter: these attic finds are lottery i don't think like as when a few years back, audio tapes of dr. martin luther king jr. were found by a writer's son in his dad's attic recorded in 1960, appraised at $100,000. >> and they have followed means that grow out of the highest tradition of nonviolence. >> reporter: there was the van gogh painting found in a attic in norway and there comic back found in the wall of an old house. back to the cards. these are not the ty cobb cards. different story. >> a few years back, my cousin
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out my grandmother's attic and buryied in one of the boxes was stacks of 1910 e-98 baseball cards. >> reporter: jackpot again. more than 800 cards this time estimated worth $2.8 million. some 20 cousins have now divided them up amicably. so thanks, ty cobb for batting .387 and sticking around 100 years. john donvan, washington. >> i've dug through my grand patient's attic. >> did you find anything. >> yeah, their dentures. there's gold somewhere in there. >> you did not. >> might be worth something. >> you didn't. he's joking. > not that kind you have luck. >> tell grandma you're joking. you did not find her dentures. >> that's it the news for this half hour. >> remember to find us on
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this morning on "world news now," the tributes to nancy reagan. >> the heartfelt remembrances to the first lady after a long life in the public eye from hollywood to the white house, live coverage ahead. your voice, your vote. the republicans put campaign clashes on pause to remember nancy reagan. while the democrats go face to face in a tense debate. new developments overnight. lessons in survival. a student and her dad running into attributable in their private plane. the parachute and an emergency plan put into action. >> and football finale after a super bowl victory from the denver broncos, peyton manning is set to retire. the reaction from his team after a winning career.
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>> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." i'm kendis gibson. >> and i'm reena ninan. i wore my reagan red. that's the color she always loved to wear and they say in many ways it depicted what the life in the white house during those years were like. did you know it was communism that in a way brought hem together because he was the president of the screen actors guild at the time and she was an a actress and she was on a list they thought of communist friendly people in the u.s. it turned out she was nancy davis at the time. it was another nancy davis they were referring to. so they met for dinner and that's how it all started. >> wow, the irony of that. you think about gorbachev tear down that wall. that moment, started with that, too. >> the red being her favorite color after all. we're talking about the former first lady who passed away. the new tributes overnight to nancy reagan. at this point, a date for her funeral has not been announced. >> mrs. reagan will be laid to rest next to her he beloved
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library in california. their daughter patti davis says her mom died peacefully at her home in l.a. >> abc's lauren lyster is at the reagan be library right now. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, reena and enkendis. condolences were pouring in all sunday from presidents and first ladies past and present, also presidential hopefuls. and soon the public is going to get a chance to pay their respects here at the reagan library. nancy reagan seen smiling here at her 94th birthday party last summer is being celebrated and mourned for all her years of life. well-wishers dropping off flowers. loved ones pulling into the l.a. family estate to pay respects. the here's escorted through town. the former actress, married ronald reagan in 1952. and as first lady of california and then the nation is remembered for bringing some hollywood glamour to the white
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against youth substance abuse. >> what should you do when someone offers you drugs? >> say no. >> president obama and michelle obama tweeting this photo releasing a statement saying "our former first lady redefined the role in her time here." she was also known for being protective of her husband. accused at times of controlling him. >> doing everything we can. >> when president reagan revealed he was suffering from alzheimer's zeerksz nancy became his caretaker and an advocate for alzheimer's research. nancy was known for the great love she and ronald reagan shared over more than five decades of marriage. that love persisting in life and death. president reagan died in 2004. at his griv site, this image was taken of mrs. reagan kissing the coffin. nancy's son michael reagan tweeting that his mother is where she has always wanted to
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and that's where her body will be laid to rest too, as you guys mentioned she will be buried here on the grounds of the reagan presidential library right next to her beloved late husband. >> and lauren, are we learning any other details? you mentioned that right now. any other details about the funeral arrangements? will the public be able to pay their respects? >> reporter: absolutely. that's what we're hearing. so the funeral is expected to be here at the library and library sources tell us they haven't set a date. they will send out the invitations. they're expected to invite about 1,000 people. it will be quite the list of former heads of state, present heads of state, dignitaries, former presidentses and as far as the public, they are supposed to have an opportunity to come here and pay their respects. sometime before the funeral. those details haven't been released yet. >> she was certainly a key figure in his life and his presidency. abc's lauren lyster live in simi valley. thank you so much. since the moment her death was announced the tributes have been pouring in.
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her an extraordinary woman who leaves a remarkable legacy you have good. colin powell served as reagan's national security advisor. he talked to national public radio about the connection reagan had with his wife. >> she would occasionally go off to new york to visit with friends and do slopping and she would be gone for several days. by day two, we could see the president starting to fret. he would just be more irritable, more uncomfortable. and by day three, we would chat with each other and somebody would say call new york and get her home. doing it in the most polite proper way, of course. >> powell also said that nancy reagan's political instincts were usually very, very good in terms of common sense and how the public would respond to doing. and nancy reagan's dhaeths led to a rare moment of for the white house. >> deeply divided field of gop candidates took a brief pause to pay respect to the former first lady as the push continues to
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abc's tom llamas has more. >> the death of nancy reagan bringing a temporary truce in the republican race for president. >> she was an incredible lady. she was very strong and a total class act. and i got to tell you, she's now as she used to say with her ronnie and with the lord and it's great. >> reporter: front-runner donald trump pronouncing mrs. reagan a "amazing woman." senator marco rubio calling her a true example of integrity and grace and senator ted cruz saying she will be remembered for her deep passion for this nation and love for her husband. but amid the tributes a realization, the campaign now moving closer and closer to a trump. bad night. and personally, i'd call for him to drop out of the race. i think it's time now that he drop out of the race. i really think so i think it's probably time.
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up and rant and rave and oh, he did great. >> reporter: supersaturday was cruz's biggest night yet. record rod turnout hanning had him decisive wins in kansas and maine. with cruz close behind in second. >> i want ted one-on-one. okay. >> it has to be head to head? >> >> reporter: senator marco rubio winning in puerto rico adding nearly two dozen delegates and vowing to beat trump in the senator's home state you have florida. rubio says he's focused on florida but that primary is march 15th. on tuesday there's voting in four states including in issue gan and a new poll shows trump with a commanding lead. tom llamas, abc news, new york. the democrats wend head to head last night looking to make their case before tomorrow's primary. focusing on economic fairness and racial barriers. hillary clinton and bernie sanders both called for michigan's governor to resign over the flint water crisis. their exchanges were tense at
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one another clashing on gun control, trade and the economic bailout. >> secretary clinton supported virtually every one of these disastrous trade agreements win by corporate america. >> he voted against the money industry. i think that -- >> yeah, it got heated. over the weekend sanders won maine, kansas and nebraska and clinton won louisiana. a new poll gives her a double digit lead over sanders in the michigan primary. good news for former president jimmy carter, his battle against cancer. he says doctors hold him he no longer needs treatment after an mri last week. last summer mr. carter revealed had he four small cancerous lesions on lis brain. he had months of radiation and drug therapy. >> jurors set to deliberate in the suit brought by "dancing with the stars" host erin andrews suing the man who took
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the hotel where she was staying at the time. in closing arguments attorneys for the nashville hotel said there was no is way employees could have known what the photographer michael david barrett was up to. barrett said that he found andrews' room number from a phone display and asked for the room next door. puerto rico in florida, opening arguments get under way in st. petersburg in a case set to test the limits of online press freedom. hulk hogan is suing gawk ker for $100 million for publishing a sex tape of had him and the wife of his best friend. radio personality bubba the love sponge. hogan says gawk violated his privacy. they claim because hogan discussed the tape publicly it had a right 0 join the ongoing conversation about it. >> it's finally happening. peyton manning makes it official today. he's retiring after 18 seasons in the nfl. did you think it was going to happen, mr. give on so. >> i thought, yeah, it was time. >> he leaves football as the
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and as a quarterback who has won the most games. he's also the only quarterback to ever win two super bowls with two different teams. most recent just last month with the broncos. his teammates though know him better than most just how special he's been. sure. you celebrate everything that he's done, not just on the field but also off the field. you know, he's definitely a game-changer in both aspects and he's continued to do so for such a long career. it's a true blessing >> the nfl is still investigating allegations that human growth hormone was shipped to manning's home in his wife's name. and he was named in a recent lawsuit against the university of tennessee which mentioned an allegation of sexual harassment against him. >> so he leaves under a cloud of controversy sort of. but many, many empty league have been sending congratulations including tom brady to him. one note from the sports world. a fan of the memphis grizzlies
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office in his brand new car this morning. all thanks to a great shot that he made. you got to see this. check him out. he has to hit a short from half-court to win the car and boom. he made it happen. >> yes. it's cold cut. it's a cold cut. rather unorthodox two hands over head soot hadding style but it worked. he won an audi a 3. nice job, fellow. coming up "in the mix" uproar over prepeeled oranges. the complaints going viral. >> this is a good one. >> also ahead the students and her dad learning lessons about survival in their private plane. the parachute plan that made a difference between life and death. >> we're returning to our top story. the death of nancy reagan. we're looking back at the life saving gesture she made that made a difference for two children. >> and don't forget share your thoughts on facebook wnnfans.com and twitter @abcwnn. you're watching "world news now."then your eyes may see it differently.
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>> no doubt she was her husband's greatest defender, nancy reagan always perfectly coifed and ronald reagan's biggest fan. she was not just a silent partner. she had her own mission, her just say no to drugs campaign. >> i didn't mean that was the whole answer, obviously but it did serve a purpose. impulsive. in 1983, president and mrs. reagan were in seoul, south korea, she was visiting sick children the a hospital when she suddenly insisted and bringing two of the youngsters back with her on air force one so they coreceive life saving open heart surgery. >> how absolutely gracious she was and the epitmy of a first lady. >> reporter: she came backing to visit the recovering children a month later to exchange gifts, hugs and kisses. >> i love you. wonderful. just wonderful. i'm so happy. thanksgiving and christmas all rolled into one. >> reporter: some points of triv
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she was born in new york city as ann francis robins. her first home was in flushing, queens and in fact still stands on roosevelt avenue. after eight years in the white house, it was not an easy retirement for the glamorous couple. the president would be diagnosed with alzheimer's and she would become his fiercest nurse, protecting his image, supporting him in his final heart breaking years. they were a couple united in loyalty and in love. and now in death. >> lucy yang, abc news, new york. >> and there was so much about her that we're starting to learn and it's too bad you learn so many of these stories after someone has passed away and that story about them bringing those two kids for the heart surgery over from seoul, south korea, those kids are adults. >> she was asked in an interview do you think he remembers you.
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so many relatives suffering with >> absolutely. all right. we're going to move on. of course, we'll get back to that story at some point. coming up a father/daughter survival story. how a parachute attached to their plane saved their lives. a lesson in many survival for a student and her dad. >> ahead in our next half hour, a superstar love story. taylor swift and calvin harris enjoying their anniversary but you should be expecting a musical collaboration from them anytime soon.
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now." father/daughter bonding experience is always great but this next story kind of takes it to an extreme. a dad taking his teenage daughter to look at colleges learned some real life lessons in fievel in their private plane. >> their alive and well thanks to an emergency plan put into
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here's abc's marci gonzalez. >> we got very lucky. very lucky. >> reporter: a close call crash on long island. but this father and daughter able to walk from the wreckage thanks to this parachute. moo. >> the engine died and i pulled the parachute and we landed. >> reporter: luis ober left with only a scratch. his teenage daughter rachel with a relieved. >> i will after her college tour turned into a brush with catastrophe. >> we were coming from the university of rhode island looking at colleges and we had a problem on the way home. >> reporter: problems with their cirrus saturday afternoon forced dad to attempt an emergency landing just eight miles from their final destination at a small airport. they didn't make it that far. >> five alpha romeo, say your request. >> when the engine lost power entirely, he popped that parachute and came down in an industrial park just feet from this building.
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vicinity of the midfield right downwind. >> reporter: authorities saying a bit of luck helped that plane miss hitting the building. >> once the parachute is deployed you lose some sort of control where the plane is going to come down. that's why the exact landing of this plane is very fortunate. >> reporter: last november, another small plane in arkansas using its parachute to land, this time in the middle i've busy road. hitting had truck. >> we're very fortunate that no one was hurt you any worse than they were. >> reporter: back on long island, rescuers rushing in finding the father/daughter duo without serious injuries. >> never expected to ever have a problem like there. >> reporter: the pilot shaken uncertain if he'll fly again. >> we'll see, we'll see. it's a scary day. >> reporter: marci gonzalez, abc news, new york. >> a very lucky day for them. we've had stories of that before where the parachutes have saved some people. so it's a handy thing to have on your small plane. coming up, prepeeled oranges causing the latest supermarket
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>> $5.99. six bucks. it's prepeeled. it stinks. >> that's how you can tell you're a new yorker. you're officially a new yorker, kendis gibson. you don't bach at a $6 peeled orange. >> i understand. >> you get it. yeah. i can see. >> sliced cantaloupes also. >> i do that, too. speaking of first world problems, selfies at the zoo. google set up cameras for selfies at the l.a. zoo. that's a sloth. >> it's actually moving in that photo. >> this is a giraffe. this is a giraffe. and there's a warthog, as well. and apparently, there's censors. so whenever the animals get within the range of the camera's lens at the sensors, that's when they get snapped up. >> motion activated cameras. >> exactly. >> you get to see all these selfies. >> yeah. and the project's kind of inspired by the new film
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>> i hear the parent company for that movie. they're awesome. so speaking of animals this is one you don't want to see necessarily close up. this is in south africa. she is guys are on a prerace ride here. and then all of a sudden, this ostrich is like i got this. you know, ostriches can run more than 43 miles an hour. this one just takes after these cyclists and chases them down. >> wow. gosh you got to enroll this one in the new york marathon next year. >> i think he would win. >> oh, my goodness. look how fast. >> it's proof. we can't beat the africans in any of these races. >> oh, you got to check out this one. apparently a canadian mechanic turned his car into a snowmobile. it's in canada. how clever is this. >> that's awesome. >> apparently $7,000 to buy the car. and then about a month and a half to build it. pretty wild, huh. >> yeah. that's one of those small little
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this morning on "world news now," the legacy of nancy reagan. the condolences for a first lady who brought glamour and style to the white house and who crossed party lines after her husband's death. extensive coverage ahead. >> face to face, the fiery debate between hillary clinton and bernie sanders. the testy remarks on stage as the democrats fight for votes. just one day until the next big primary. and new this half hour, another round of deadly storms in the west. >> from flooding downpours to erosion along the coast, forcing people from their homes. the powerful storm system blamed on el nino. >> and later in "the skinny," who would mile tony milestone. the huge weekend for the disney
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made history. it is mobds, march 7th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." and good morning to you, everyone, on this monday morning. i'm kendis gibson. >> and i'm reena ninan. we start this half hour by remembering former first lady nancy reagan. she will be buried next to her beloved husband ronald reagan at his presidential library in california. >> no date set as yet. plans for her funeral are still being worked out. abc's matt gutman begins our coverage. >> reporter: nancy reagan died at her los angeles home sunday morning. a family spokesman said heart failure was the cause. she remained spry and stylish to the very end, even grinning here at her 94th birthday party last summer. her stepson, michael reagan, tweeting earlier that "she is where she always wanted to be, with her ronnie." condolences pouring in. fellow first lady, barbara bush, writing, "we take comfort that they will be reunited once more." former california governor,
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>> she was one of the greatest first ladies. extraordinary human being. >> reporter: well wishers dropped off flowers. those close to her pulling into the family estate sunday to pay respects followed by that hearse. the reagans have been living in this estate for a quarter of a century, and it's also here that in 2004, ronald reagan died. she was as devoted to him in death as in his life. it was at his gravesite that this iconic image was taken. the first lady kissing the coffin, pressing her cheek against it and lingering there. year after year, visiting that gravesite. and on the 10th anniversary of his passing in 2014, seen in that wheelchair. >> funeral preparations are already under way here at the reagan presidential library, a place that was very special to nancy reagan, a place she would come to pray and meditate always knowing that one day, she would join her husband, the man to
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those five decades. matt gutman, simi valley, california. >> some people thought she was kind of crazy because it's proven true that she actually got an astrologist that she -- to counsel with. there's a reason why because there was a series of assassinations, attempted assassination on him, there was john lennon and attempted assassination on the pope. as crazy as people thought it was, she really felt his security was in jeopardy and would do anything. >> she wanted to do absolutely anything to make a difference. let's continue our team coverage right now because with a larger than life personality, nancy reagan's legacy is extensive. >> it really is. i don't remember abc's lauren lyster continues our coverage live at the reagan library in california. lauren, what can you tell us about the reaction that's coming in at this hour? >> reporter: so many condolences pouring in from elected officials and politicians, you know, hillary clinton citing
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strength of character and tireless advocacy for alzheimer's research. barbara bush citing her devotion to ronald reagan and so many people echoing that sentiment in the wake of nancy reagan's death talking about just what a strong bond nancy and ronald reagan had together. we've also heard from presidential hopefuls on both sides of the aisle, bernie sanders, ted cruz, donald trump all expressing their regards, the same goes for elected officials, vice president biden and john kerry speaking out in addition to that, house speaker paul ryan ordering flags to be flown at half-staff at the nation's capitol. >> and lauren, what details can you tell us about the funeral? reporter. the so what we know is the funeral is expected to be held here at the reagan library which is outside of los angeles in simi valley. we don't know the when exactly it's going to happen. the details have not been confirmed according to library officials. sending out the invitations. it's expected about 1,000 people
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quite the guest list. dignitaries, heads of state, former presidents and it will be also be a big deal because this is said to be the only one that's going to be happening. there won't be another one, for example, going on in washington, d.c. the public is expected to be able to pay their respects at some point before that funeral here at the library. >> all right. abc's lauren lyster reporting live from the reagan library where the former first lady will be buried at some point. as the tributes come in for nancy reagan, we will bring them to you. we're going to share the memorable nancy and ronald reagan love story. that's coming up later this half hour. >> what a love story, huh? the other major story this morning, the democrats facing off in flint, michigan, ahead of that state's crucial primary tomorrow. hillary clinton and bernie sanders found common ground on the flint water crisis but they tussled over a string of other issues. we get the highlights from abc's richard cantu. >> reporter: sunday's debate was held in the blighted city of flint where lead pollution has poisoned the tap water. michigan's republican governor
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>> his dereliction of duty was irresponsible. he should resign. >> i want us to have an absolute commitment to getting rid of lead. >> reporter: the candidates clashed over economic policy, sanders citing clinton's support for free trade policies. >> secretary clinton supported virtually every one of these disastrous trade agreements, written by corporate america. >> he voted against the money that ended up saving the auto industry. >> if you are talking about the wall street bailout, where some of your friends destroyed this economy -- >> you know -- >> excuse me, i'm talking. >> reporter: and sanders charged clinton is too cozy with business. >> i don't give speeches to wall street for hundreds of thousands of dollars. >> i have said repeatedly no bank is too big to fail, no executive too powerful to jail. >> reporter: with the stakes high, tempers flared.
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>> reporter: this weekend, on super saturday bernie sanders won two out of three democratic contests but hillary clinton has a large lead in pledged delegates. a new poll gives her a double digit lead over sanders in michigan's primary 57% to 40%. sanders has pledged to keep his campaign going this summer even if clinton has clinched enough delegates to claim the nomination. >> now to the republicans and donald trump still soaring in the polls despite a blistering assault by the gop establishment. trump is heading into the michigan primary with 41%, far ahead of his rivals. states over the weekend moving closer to a two-man race. rubio to throw in the towel. >> i think marco rubio had a very, very bad night and personally, i'd call for him to drop out of the race. drop out of the race. i really think so. i think it's probably time.
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he can get up and rant and rave and oh, he did great. >> we're going to win florida. you'll find out on march 15th how confident we are. >> rubio picked up a victory in puerto rico along with nearly two dozen delegates. but cruz insisted that he's the only candidate capable of defeating trump. families who lost loved ones on board malaysia airlines flight 370 marked the two-year anniversary yesterday with solemn ceremonies. the plane vanished with 239 people on board on a flight from kuala lumpur to beijing. a search of the southern indian ocean has turned up no evidence of the flight. family members are asking that the search be con tin knewed even though it's set to end this june. in south carolina, a transformer at a nuclear power plant burned for about 30 minutes yesterday. black smoke could be seen above the okani nuclear station as firefighters battled the blaze officials said there were no evacuations and no nuclear release. they speculate a mechanical malfunction was to blame.
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alert after a new round of deadly storms rolled in from the pacific killing at least two people in california. dumping feet of snow in the sierra and as much as a foot of rain in some of the areas. abc's aditi roy has the latest. >> reporter: california getting pummeled by round two of extreme weather this weekend -- fueled by el nino. the storms triggering deadly floods and forcing water rescues. near sacramento, one woman died after her car got stuck trying to drive through floodwaters. >> jack, this is mimi. i'm out in front of the house. >> reporter: some homeowners barricaded by waterlogged roads, downed trees, and power lines. >> we can't access our cars. it's a pretty big mess. >> reporter: in pacifica, near san francisco, massive waves battering the shore. neighbors nervously watching this partially-demolished apartment building that has been dangling from a cliff for weeks. residents here already evacuated. >> it's hanging on by a thread.
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are supposed to finish taking down that apartment building on tuesday. but those powerful, churning waves are chewing through the shore. with the next storm system hitting, it's a race against time. aditi roy, abc news, pacifica, california. >> and let's take a look at what other storms to worry about because a new storm is moving into southern california with up to two inches of rain around l.a. and san diego. and up to two feet of snow in the mountains. another foot of snow expected weather in texas. >> temperatures will be 10 to 15 degrees above normal for the northeast. up to 30 degrees above normal for the midwest and 50s and 60s in the west. >> forecasters said it was warmer in chicago than in the polar plunge. into the frigid waters of lake michigan. >> among the celebrities taking
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taylor kinney, gaga getting into the action wearing a chicago blackhawks hat. >> she was carried into the water by kinney who then took them both into the water. gaga didn't put her head in the water. i don't blame her. the whole event was a fund raiser in support of the special olympics. >> i didn't realize she had a back stamp. >> i wondered why the camera man zoomed into the nether regions. >> coming up in "the skinny," and how loyal fans are reacting. everybody dies. kidding. >> no, they don't. jackpot surprise. what a judge did when he discovered that he won the lottery big-time. we'll meet the latest multimillionaire. >> and returning to our top story, memories of nancy reagan including the love story between i first lady and the president that will go down in history. you're watching "world news now." narrator: breakfast. dishes. dinner. dishes.
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returning to our top story and remembering nancy reagan who died in her sleep sunday at the age of 94. >> she really was one of the nation's most memorable yet also criticized first ladies. she never really wavered in her devotion to the love of her life. abc's john donvan looks back. >> reporter: they were both performers, of course. from the soundstage to the world stage that is politics. but this part, what they had between them, that was authentic. no one doubted that it was as real as love can be. the term of endearment he gave her, he called her "mommy," while he was "ronnie." it belied a passion, a loyalty, and a bond that kept them together half a century.
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during his time as cifornia governor, he would, he said, "be totally lost and desolate without you. you should know this and be aware of how essential you are in this man's life." it went the other way, of course. reagan biographer bob colacello. >> nancy loved ronald reagan, i mean, with her whole being. it was a romantic relationship that worked on every level. >> reporter: and so we saw that last kis and we know about the visits to the gravesite. and we know what dream she held close. what she told diane sawyer the reverend billy graham told her. >> i just want you to tell me that when i go, that ronnie's going to be there waiting for me. and he said, "oh, yes. absolutely, nancy." >> you're sure? >> billy says so. >> reporter: so surely it seemed real. and not even really for public consumption. though of course, we all glimpsed it. something that true is hard to hide. john donvan, abc news,
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>> and we always talk about end of an era, but you look back at those photos and you hear that love story and you do realize, wow, the '80s almost now have come to an end when you see that. >> they were the '80s in many ways, weren't they? >> quintessential couple for the generation. >> we were talking about how in today's, would you believe it was as authentic it was, that sort of marriage in the white house this day and age but theirs really was. >> absolutely, lasted. >> when we come back, a blossoming love story for a pair of superstars. >> and fans react to the finale of a surprisingly successful series.
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skinny, so skinny >> all right, so we promise this will be a spoiler-free "skinny," and we say spoiler-free because last night saw the very last episode of the hit series "downton abby." >> and many including yours truly really sad to see it go and probably some of you have probably don't care. a period drama on pbs centered around a snooty british family. from the turn of the 20th century, boy, was it is ratings gold. >> a true testament to the power of an binge watching. as many were introduced to the series by streaming it online
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where pbs is on the dial. six seasons in, the books now and last night's two-hour finale is getting great reviews from critics and fans. >> many of the fans are lamenting the end reacting on social media saying things like, inform the kitchen i shall take my meals in chambers as i recover. >> and others try to spoil it like this clever yet poorly photoshopped finale mashup. very zen. next big news from the box office for abc's parent company disney, another major hit to tell you about. in the animated feature film category. >> the oscars may be long gone but the new movie "zootopia" is golden pulling in nearly $74 million this weekend making it the fourth highest march opening ever. >> not to brag but it's also disney's biggest opening weekend for an animated feature ever. the previous record holder "frozen" forced to let it go. "zootopia" has already pulled in more than $230 million worldwide. >> and when you're taylor swift, anything in the world can be
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so if you're dating her, what do you possibly do for a gift? >> the truth is, you don't -- you don't. you have somebody do that for you actually. because if you're dating taylor swift, then you are one of the world's top deejays, calvin harris making your own millions but to celebrate their one-year anniversary, the couple enjoyed some one-year cake marked by what we think are red hearts. >> the cake apparently homemade. but this probably not beautiful, huh? taylor posted a picture of calvin's apparent gift a locket started dating. > harris said that he politely declined an opportunity to work with swift but did say he is in talks to collaborate with beyonce. >> your favorite. >> yes, and calvin. finally something that hasn't a major american music act playing in cuba.
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into quite a bit of it, say by winning the lottery. >> a quick pit stop while on vacation made one pennsylvania man and his two friends $291 million richer. can you believe that? >> amazing. abc's rachel smith has their story. >> reporter: a retired judge is celebrating the biggest catch of his life. the pennsylvania judge on vacation fishing in the florida keys. took the bait and bought a lotto ticket to split with a couple of friends back home. james stocklas, 67, soon discovered he reeled in the winning ticket in the powerball jackpot. >> $291.4 million. >> reporter: he stopped in this convenience store for some ice and that golden powerball ticket. >> i got goosebumps. >> reporter: the judge kept the ticket and headed home. while he was there at his favorite diner, he realized his ticket was a winner. >> everybody in the restaurant right now, the breakfast is on me. i'm a millionaire. >> reporter: his next honorable decision was to immediately
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only this time, with the two friends who shared the winnings. >> i've often said i wonder what it would feel like to hit a big lottery winning. because i never win nothing. and i found out today. >> reporter: opting for the cash lump sum, they'll each get about $40 million. rachel smith, abc news, new york. >> did you know that his brother also won that same day, they claimed a ticket together? >> you what? >> isn't that crazy? his brother won $7. i hope he's going to share it. >> i wonder if he's going to share his seven bucks with him. that would be great. i mean, we still keep waiting for you to cash in on your millions. >> seriously, you're there every day. >> i am there every day buying doritos and korbel. >> oh, yeah. that's the good stuff. >> like a little korbel before >> oh.show.
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making news in america this morning -- remembering nancy reagan. former first lady with a legacy of her own. the tributes pouring in overnight. debate clash. hillary clinton and bernie sanders sparring and talking over each other. >> you know -- >> excuse me, i'm talking. >> the democratic nominees turning up the attacks one day before the next big contest. severe storms pounding the west coast right now. mudslides and flood risks. we're tracking it all. and thrashing violently. a big cat caught in a trap the

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