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earth. >> he wants to destroy this world. billions of people killed. >> the world needs the x-men. >> you're going to join them, aren't you? >> all of us against the god. >> let's go to war. >> forget everything you think you know. >> you're not students anymore. you're x-men. [ indiscernible ] >> from the city sightseeing celebrity bus in the heart of new york city, i'm sonia isabelle.
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conduduct ourselves. >> senate republicans say nominating a supreme court justice should be the judge of the next president. there are at least three republican senators who are saying judge merrick garland should get at least a hearing. > the battle between the two top republican presidential candidates over their wibs is turning even nastier. the latest came after trump tweet aid picture of both women side by side. here's abc's lauren lyster. >> a political campaign war over wives all beginning with this old photo of melania trump in "gq" magazine from her modeling days as seen. an ad releases by a pro-cruz super pac attacking trump. trump then blaming cruz for the ad posting on twitter be careful, lying ted or i will spill the beans on your wife. the war of words escalating from
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cruz telling gma trump should say away from his spouse heidi. >> for donald, she is way out of his league. he should stick with me. >> trump defending his actions on fox business. >> i wrote i said be careful. otherwise, i'll have to start talking about you know, your situation. now, do i like doing that? no. >> reporter: the candidates continuing the battle on social media overnight. krusz's message to trump, real men don't attack women. your wife is lovely and heidi is the love of my life coming in response to trump retweeting a post comparing images of the two women and heidi cruz taking on trump herself. >> you probably know by now that most of the things that donald trump says have no basis in reality. so we are not worried in the least. >> reporter: and while the candidates attack each other's spouses, both men are taking heat from critics for comments made in the wake of the brussels attack favoring police patrols of u.s. muslim neighborhoods. reena and kendis? >> thank you so much.
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gerb ber recalling two types of baby food because of packaging detects. that could make the food susceptibleable to spoilage while being transported and it is involves pouchs of vegetable and fraud baby food. we've put all the information on our website, wnnfans.com. and a caution about caffeine if you're trying to start a family. a new study found miss eric is more likely if a couple drinks more than two caffeinated beverages a day in the days before conception and just after. women south carolina significantly reduce the risk of losing a baby by taking a multivitamin. >> i had no idea. >> the tributes are pureeing in for garry shandling. he died in los angeles of an apparent heart attack. the nearly endless tweets from those who say he was an inspiration point to not only his genius humor but his kindness. here's abc's juju chang. >> reporter: remembering famed
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he died suddenly in an l.a. area hospital. >> i had a great day. i went to the bank earlier today. >> reporter: he began making audiences laugh as a write remember rising to fame on the tonight show starring johnny carson. >> obviously some of you haven't seen me before. >> reporter: but the actor and producer best known for his hbo show the larry sanders show earning 19 emmy nominations. >> a very funny show. >> i thought so too. >> reporter: celebrities and late night permanents alike reacting to the news on twitter.jimmy kimmel tweeting garry shandling was as kind and generous as he was funny and amy schumer writing good-bye, garry shandling. thank you for your kyne ned and your generosity and for making me laugh so much. shandling was 66 years old. >> our thanks to juju for that. can't you hear them knocking? >> yeah, we can. >> stones. >> they're arrive ing incuba
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preconcert taking place tonight in havana. >> charlie was the, ronnie woods and mick jagger all said bonjour to the fans who greeted them at the airport. landing in the communist run country that once banned their music because it was considered subversive. >> hundreds of thousands of people are expected do be in the audience for tonight's historic free concert. how is a president going to leave. >> how did obama leave before the stones. >> maybe he figures raul will be there with the air guitar. >> that's a moment you need to stick around for. >> coming up, a scene right out of a violent video game except this one was real. a biker jacked by the suspect in a high speed chase. how the violent joy ride finally ended. >> and which side are you on, batman or superman? the rough reviews in "insomniac theater." plus our own super battle on set. >> first a look at today's
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>> a wild scene in mesa, arizona. a man being pursued by police gets out of his vehicle at a stoplight and tries to jack a motorcyclist. the two appear to exchange blows before the suspect returns to his pickup. he then leads police on a chase. take a look. you can see an officer getting out there with his gun. residential streets and freeways during the rush hour traffic were shut down. it ended when the suspect crashed his vehicle. the suspect was also wanted in a hit and run incident in tucson. >> incredible images. former wrestler hulk hogan has been awarded a sunning $140 million in a suit against gawker over a sex tape. >> and now some of the jurors are explaining why they voted in favor of such a big award. here's abc's dan harris. >> the jurors explained why they
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to hulk hogan in his invasion of privacy case against the website gawker. $140 million. >> if we were all in the same circumstances, how would we feel about it? and emotionally, we would have all been pretty deb stated. >> jurors sided with the former pro wrestler who testified about the effect gawker's posting of the tape had on him. >> i was completely humiliated. >> they have no heart no, soul. it's all about the almighty dollar to them. >> and the founder of gawker nick denton reacted. >> if you're asking me whether i still believe that the story was news worthy, yes, i do. >> denton says he's confident he will win on appeal. it all comes on the heels of a jury in tennessee awarding $55 million to the tv personality erin andrews in her case over a secretly recorded nude video taken of her at a hotel in nashville. >> $55 million. correct? >> yes. >> one of the jurors in that case saying i think about what
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room or my kids. these juries sending an expensive message about the right to a private life. >> there's absolutely no doubt that the decision we made was absolutely correct. >> dan harris, abc news, new york. >> and gawker says they plan on appealing the verdict. >> yeah, because nick denton was on gma yesterday saying that he thinks that hulk hogan knew that he was being recorded. because of the interviews that hogan did after the incident took place. >> coming up, dishing out some rough treatment in our "insomniac theater." >> a couple of superheros and another attempt at family fun at the box office.
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tt2wmrsta!@eo j# \mx tt2wmrsta!@e!!*n ,m0 tt2wmrsta!@e4!j# z[d tt2wmrsta!@ex#*&`:]u0 tt2wmrsta!@et#j'`:iut tt2wmrsta!@et#j)`:b50 tt2wmrsta!@ep#j*`:u., tt2wmrsta!@ep#j,`:4tl tt2wmrsta!@el#*.`:=]@ tt2wmrsta!@el#*0`:&k( it is time for "insomniac theater." we're getting to it a bit earlier than usual this morning because some familiar big screen characters returning to the theater. >> it's time for another big fat greek wedding like the original. it was written by nia vardalos who stars again as tula. tula and her husband have a daughter of their own one getting ready for college and becoming an adult in her own right. yet her extended family still
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>> remember, paris, not until your wedding night. tonight you protect the pulaki. >> okay, mom. >> you said it. let's move on. >> there's more. >> of course. didn't you leave the car running? >> uh-huh, yes. >> paris. eyes open. knees shut. >> and you if your knees are open. >> shut your eyes. >> oh, but critics are being rather harsh to "my big fat greek wedding" 2. indicate lloyd of time-out says it feels like you're watching an entire season of "modern family" in fast forward. the reviewers notice village slois writes it's a nice movie, not a good one or well made one or a smart one but a nice one. >> open pa. >> moving on to two guys with capes and a whole lot of problems. not including their abdefining suits, of course. that's a whole other mat per. we're talking about batman versus superman dawn of
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ben affleck is batman harry cavill batman. clark kent he sees as a threat to humanity. >> the daily planet criticizing those think they're bob the laws. a little hypocritical, wouldn't you say? considering every time your hero gets a cat out of a tree, you write a puff piece editorial about an alien who if he wanted to could burn the whole place down. there wouldn't be a damn thing we could do to stop it. >> most of the world doesn't share your opinion. >> maybe it's the got that many city in me. we just have a bad history with freaks dressed like clowns. >> they spent $250 million on this by the way. the anticipated blockbuster getting a splat of 33% on rotten tomatoes. the seattle times calls the film a joyless slog. jared jones of the chicago
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versus gore saying it's not as bad as that battle but close. another saying the heavyweight title bout between batman and superman is a smash to the senses the same way being tossed around in a rollover car accident would jolt one's system. they call it yawn of justice. >> what's not to liking about two hot guys and wonder woman. >> i like those odds. but still -- >> what do we have here? >> this is rock ex sock 'em. this is probably more exciting than the 2 1/2 hours you will spend during the movie. you never played? then i will kill. ah. that was rigged. >> never doubt the woman. >> that was rigged. >> never doubt the woman. >> that was rigged. hold on. >> that's all i have to say. >> two out of three. >> best two out of three. >> you're kidding me, right? >> thank you. >> is this like -- it's glued
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it's already sold out until next january. >> i have about ten different pinch me moments a day. >> reporter: the idea for a hip-hop musical about a founding father came to lin-manuel miranda on a vacation. >> you're picking up alexander hamilton this big tome. when did it strike you that wow, this is musical theater. >> end of the second chap per. it it reads like a dickens novel. >> he had to sell the concept to skeptical audiences. >> how does a. >> at first people didn't know how to respond, right? >> concept album about the life of someone i think embodies hip-hop. treasury secretary alexander hamilton. >> you see me set it up and everyone laughs. by the end you see them kind of get sucked in by the story of it. >> reporter: the accolades soon started rolling in miranda accepting a grammy like only he can. >> vanessa we adore you.
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a grammy for you. >> reporter: he says he's a natural performer stealing the spotlight from an early age. >> i fell in musicals by doing them. i got to be bendero, captain hook and conrad birdie. which was the killer. suddenly i'm 12 years old and every girl in my grade has to pretend to be in love with me. senator i'm doing this. whatever this is, i'm doing this for the rest of my life. >> reporter: to say it's worked out would be a massive understatement. how do you kind of keep your feet on the ground and not feel like, i'm demand. >> this is not the lynn miranda show. this is about hamilton and hamilton's level of achievement is so extraordinary. hamilton keeps me humble nightly. alexander hamilton." >> for night line, i'm katie couric in new york. >> we should keep him on the $10 bill. >> he's probably going to stay there. lynn manual met with the
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this morning on "world news now," terror manhunt. >> police in europe conducting raids overnight trying to find those responsible for the attacks in belgium. more suspects detained as investigators continue to search for brothers seen on airport surveillance. we're live in brussels with the very latest. >> wife war. the low blows continuing on the campaign trail. as donald trump and ted cruz trade jabs over their spouses. an angered cruz calling out trump looking directly at the camera. the latest strange turn in the race for the white house. a massive fireball forces a midwest town to evacuate when a train crashes directly into a propane truck.
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residents are still kept from their homes. get your dancing shoes on, it's time for the sweet 16 march madness action overnight. some teams one step closer to glory and others feeling the agony of defeat. a special edition of sports with reena on this friday, march 25th. >> well, good. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> hey, good morning, everyone. i'm reena ninan. >> and i'm kendis gibson. we'll start with the latest developments happening overseas because there were several movements that took place overnight. a new wave of arrests, a link to those deadly terror attacks. >> police detained six people last night during raids in central brussels as we learn more about the bombers, belgian authorities say another attacking is "likely and possible." our coverage begins with abc's marci gonzalez >> reporter: as the memorials
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new chilling revelations about the terrorists who carried out tuesday's attacks in brussels. investigators looking into the possibility there were other potential targets after reveal brothers ca leads andive bra eem back are you rawry secretly recorded a top belgian krn nuclear scientist using a camera. both brothers were on the terror watch list in the u.s. ibrahim shown here before setting off a bomb at the airport was only on record as a common criminal. though turkish officials say he was captured at the syrian border last year deported back to europe with a warning he was a foreign terrorist fighter. khalid was wanted for his ties to the paris attacks and investigators say he was not alone before he detonated a bomb at the subway station. police now looking for a man shown on surveillance camera with him just before the attack and searching for this suspect shown with the bombers at the airport.
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know who he is. they're not releasing his name but say he is on the terror watch list here in the u.s. and possibly still on the run. marci gonzalez, abc news, new york. brussels airport will remain closed at least through the easter weekend. with the investigation still under way, officials say it's not clear when they'll be able to resuper operations. >> abc's aaron katersky is in downtown brussels for us right now where life is slowly getting back to normal. good morning. give us the very latest that you know on that investigation. >> reporter: kendis, good morning. the rain here as driven some of the crowds that have been here mourning and grieving and expressing solidarity. still now the focus is on the manhunt here. there were more raids in the last several hours with six people detained. the authorities will decide today whether they should be charged with any kind of terrorism offense. but they are still looking for the man we've all seen by now on
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wearing the tan colored jacket and the hat. the u.s. believes it has identified him. his name appears on a u.s. watch list. so do the names of the two brothers. they're also looking for a man seen on fail lance video not released publicly standing on the subway platform moments before about the explosion there. those twos urgent manhunts are taking priority here. >> aaron, incredible late breaking details today. reports that brothers were tracking a nuclear scientist. what do we know about that? >> reporter: well, the two brothers ibrahim and ca lid he will bakraoui had stashed apparently in the bushes somewhere outside the scientist's home a hidden camera and took hours as many as ten hours of their own surveillance footage. it was found in an anti-terrorism raid following the paris attacks. so the authorities here in brussels had known about this footage for the last several months. the question is, what were the brothers going to do with it?
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perhaps some sinister intentions and it fuels the fear that the attacks here in brussels the other day as bad as they were may not have been all that the brothers had in mind. >> incredible, aaron. just the fact that they were worried about another possible attack to learn about the nuclear level this adds another layer. abc's aaron katersky live in belgian. thank you so much. the feud between ted cruz and donald trump over their wives is taking an even nastier term. >> cruz is now branding trump a coward over pictures comparing the wives side by side. abc's tom llamas reports on the war of words. >> reporter: enraged ted cruz looking right into our camera to deliver this message to donald trump. >> donald, you're a sniveling coward and leave heidi the hell alone. >> reporter: the texas senator wasn't done there, firing back after trump retweeted this image, cruz's wife in an unflattering pose next to melania trump.
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attack my wife. >> reporter: the feud started when an anti-trump super-pac released this digital ad, showing a nude photo of trump's wife from an old photo shoot that we had to blur. the banner reading, "meet melania trump. your next first lady." >> it was framed in such a way like it was really a terrible thing, and it was sent to a certain group. and i thought it was disgraceful. and ted cruz knew better. >> reporter: trump taking to twitter. "be careful, lyin' ted, or i will spill the beans on your wife." and still standing by that cryptic threat. >> i wrote, i said, be careful, because, otherwise, i'll be -- i'll have to start talking about your situation. >> reporter: cruz maintaining he had nothing to do with the original ad, calling it completely inappropriate. and trump's old foe fox news' megyn kelly weighing in on trump's latest counterpunch, tweeting, "seriously?" cruz today describing kelly as exactly the kind of woman that trump is threatened by. >> donald doesn't like strong
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strong women scare donald. >> reporter: the trump campaign is responding. trump's campaign manager saying this about senator cruz -- "this is his effort to gain attention to try and stay relevant in a race that he has lost." that you mean llamas, abc news, new york. well, a sad end to the search for a missing indiana girl. a body has been recovered that matches the description of 1-year-old shea lynn amor man. the child disappeared from her father's home early wednesday. a 22-year-old man, kyle parker, has been taken into custody in connection with the case. police say parker was a friend of the child's father and that he was in the house the night she went missing. breaking news from minnesota. a propane explosion has shaken the small town of calloway just east of fargo. the blast sent flames shooting into the night sky. it happened after a semi tanker filled with 10,000 gallons of propane was hit about a train yesterday afternoon. 200 people living nearby are spending the night away from their home as a precaution.
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christians around the world are commemorating the crucifix of jesus christ on holy thursday. pope francis washed and kissed the feet of refugees including muslims, coptic christians an lun hindu. eight men and four women. the papal foot washing sent a message of openness to refugees and also women in the church . and in israel, thousands of marched in the streets to celebrate pore rum. they cheered the color full costumes, floats and dance troupes. it's typically the most raucous and joyful jewish holiday with parties and dancing. this year's parade comes with a wave of palestinian violence. the holiday celebrates the jewish people's survival when the tyrant vowed to wipe them out. and hindus around the world celebrated the spring festival or the festival of color is marked by celebrations that involve bon fires, colored powder and super soakers. it brings together people of all
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years. holy has become increasingly popular among nonhindus. they have lots of holy parties here actually, as well. missed out this year. >> i didn't know that. that's pretty much what i look like when gi into the makeup room. make it drag queen thick. and they apply all the different colors. >> holy colors. >> absolutely. coming up, the march madness. the madness that is march. marches on. our signature recap with sports with reena. >> and a professor steps in when a student's baby-sitter called out sick. the touching moment going viral this morning. >> celebrity secrets to getting rich. "a" listers revealing business strategies and their recipes for financial success. check us out on facebook at wnnfans.com and twitter @abcwnn.
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happy birthday sweet 16 >> he sweet 16. >> just like favorite time of the year. >> for a lot of people. not the folks in maryland. welcome back. and it is time for sports with reena this friday morning. we're going to call this one the sweet 16 edition. so tipoff. >> tipoff. first up from last night villanova against three seed miami. if you're a hurricanes fan,
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villanova never trailed in the game. the wildcats had a six-point lead at halftime and poured it on in the second half. by the end it was a rout. villanova taking this one 92-69. heading to the elite eight for the first time since 2009. do you have a question for me? >> i was curious whose version that have song is. that's not the neil see dhaka ca version. >> i was talking about sports. >> who is next? >> that would be kansas. and maryland. the five seed terps hung around for a while in this one. then early in the second half, it was time for some jayhawks. don't you like that? thank you, honey. >> nailed it. >> the tournament's overall number one seed looking very much the part. and that ain't good news for maryland. kansas wins, 79-63. the jayhawks face villanova tomorrow with a trip to the final four at stake. >> a lot of my friends in d.c.
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there's always next year. so that's the south regional. for the west regional, first game last night was texas a & m against oklahoma. >> and remember, we did mention villanova's blowout of miami. this was much the same. the sooners just had way too much for the aggies last night in anaheim. guard jordan woodard led oklahoma with 22 points. three others were also in double figures. the sooners get to hang out for the weekend. they win it, 77-63. >> look at all the empty seats i saw. the last game of the night was duke against oregon. >> yeah,ed defending national champs taking on the top seeded ducks. oregon oregon stretched out their five-point halftime lead with a strong second half performance. the ducks. >> get into it. >> the ducks dreaming of their first final four in 77 years. >> oh. >> it lives on. lives on. as does the pride of the pacific
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they face oklahoma in tomorrow's regional final after a 82-62 win. oregon's first ever win against duke. i do have to apologize because i ruined your bracket. there was a key moment when he was putting together his bracket, i told him to pick baylor over duke. >> i should say everybody else's bracket has been so mad that mine now lives. >> you're serious. >> third place, jack? third? >> yeah. >> third is not first. guess who has first. >> this is the first place one right here, baby this is it. >> it's not over. this is why they play the games. >> it ain't over. >> no heels. >> till the fad lady sings. >> we have one more sport note. an eighth grader from long island who is still months away from entering high school has already been recruited by and committed to penn state university. >> that's because of brennan o'neal's ability to play lacrosse. the 13-year-old midfielder practices for two to three hours
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whether he has games. >> o'neal says he knows college isn't just about playing lacrosse. he's decided to major in business and become an accountant. o'neal also plays tight end in football and he's a power forward in basketball. >> i like this kid. he knows what he wants. >> i'm sure he gets no dates all at all. >> you know what, kendis? i bet he's going to homecoming queen. >> not popular at all. >> i bet he's going to be homecoming. not that that's a yardstick to measure. >> it is. >> i was a high school nerd. that's why i say that. >> coming up, the flight attendant who took flight running away from a security collect. what's next for her. >> a power gathering of some of the most ambitious people in the world and they were all women. that's next on "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now"
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i'm every woman it's all in me >> whitney. >> we love whitney. i'm obviously not every woman but i am a woman. that means it falls to me to report that just 20 of the nation's top 500 companies have a woman as ceo. quick math, that's just 4%. >> you fooled me for all this time. i didn't know that. thank you. it's time for some girl or woman power and some advice from those who have already had great success. here's abc's rebecca jarvis. >> reporter: it's a first of its kind event. >> good morning, ladies. >> the power trip. 36 jam packed hours organized by marie claire magazine who offered us seats board. 100 of the most influential leaders in fashion, business, technology, and public policy hopping aboard a jetblue flight from new york city to san
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power players and celebrities. sharing their secrets to success. >> we need to create spaces and societal norms and institutions where women come together and for lack of a better wofford network. >> reporter: the twist? everyone involved right down to the engineer's flight crew and pilots a woman. >> are there many other women doing this? >> maybe 3%? actress turned entrepreneur drew barry moore, the cover store of marie claire's boss issue sharing her wine and wisdom telling us her secret to creating a business, follow your passion. >> whatever it is in life that makes you feel like you just want to leap, leap. but work hard all the way through the fall. >> reporter: gwyneth paltrow's insider tip, dare to be first. >> i think that it's challenging to do something that's provocative and you know, i was
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peers in the space and to do this. so i think i took you know a lot of scrapes going through the brush with my machete. >> new mom tyra banks on maternity leave talking with us about her favorite part of motherhood. >> i love my baby in my arms and him just gurgling or sleeping and i've got the bottle propped up. >> reporter: her trick to trail blazing, delegate and empower. >> whether you're a mom or ceo or sister or wife. >> empower. delegate. put somebody on the cookies and you take the cupcakes honey. >> reporter: powerful lessons for all of us no matter where the journey takes you. rebecca jarvis, abc news, new york. >> that's so cool to see. >> i just love the concept from the very beginning that you had every aspect that it was all women crew. flying out there. and you learned all of these tips from women who were getting it done. >> i notice who brought us that story. rebecca jarvis. >> yes. >> we're a big fan of hers.
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>> for the entire class. >> not five minutes picking her up and shushing her. he held her for one hour and did the class. >> she seemed so calm. >> seems pretty happy. >> like a big teddy bear. here's another man coming forward and helping his kid. this is a dad who tried to do his own little virtual reality for his kid here. he set up set her up on her tricycle to simulate the turns and bumps along this track. he had first person footage of a rider on a bicycle track. no doubt his daughter was loving every minute of it. >> hey, a for effort and innovation, dad. >> yes, and for execution. >> yeah, you're right. it was a great execution. >> hey, it's a special birthday polka. >> okay. >> yeah. politics and foreign wars, all the weather all the scores that's the world news polka >> take that roll and way too slow stuff you saw on koppel's
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(colonial penn jingle) this morning on "world news now," terror raids carried out overnight. six people detained as a manhunt continues for the suspects in the brussels attacks. a live report from belgium just ahead. >> spring mess. a mix of snow, ice and heavy rain hitting multiple regions including flooding conditions in florida. a baseball dugout filled in the deluge. >> new this half hour, behaving badly in the friendly skies. >> a flight crew accused of smuggling massive amounts of drugs. even prostitution. how the tsa caught on to their operation. >> remembering the funny man whose ground-breaking comedy changed television.
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about garry shandling in "the skinny" on then friday, march 25th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." good morning, everyone. i'm kendis gibson. >> i'm reena ninan. >> we begin with the intense manhunt for the surviving terrorists behind the horrific attacks in belgium. >> yeah, overnight six people were arrested in brussels and police are still looking for at least two men believed to be on the loose. abc's aaron katersky has the latest right now from brussels. aaron, good morning. what do you know? >> reporter: kendis, reena, good morning to you. today, secretary of state john kerry arrives here in brussels. he'll bring offers of american assistance, the condolences of the american people for the more than 30 people killed in the attacks and u.s. information about at least some of the suspects. anti-terrorism police raided new locations in the brussels neighborhood where the attackers made their bombs. six were detained, though they're still hunting for this man in light colored clothing and a hat seen in an airport
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before the explosions. the u.s. has identified him and said his name appears on a terror watch list. so do the names of suicide bomber brothers ibrahim and khalid el bakraoui. security sources told abc news the two brothers filmed the top belgian nuclear scientist. hours of footage was seized following the paris attacks raising new questions about more sinister intentions. their bombs were bad enough. more than 100 blast victims remain in hospitals, half in intensive care. the bomb at the subway station caused the most carnage, and police are now looking for a man seen with the bomber on the platform holding a bag and walking away moments before the explosion. and as that manhunt continues, the last of three official days of mourning is under way now and although the crowds are not here
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belgians an following the attacks, you can see the tokens of grief that have been left here on the pavement. kendis, reena? >> we know that belgian officials have taken a lot of heat for possibly missing clues from all across the world. we're hearing now belgian officials are possibly offering their resignation. what do you know about that? >> reporter: two ministers offered to resign. the justice minister and the interior minister conceding there were missteps in the lead up to the attacks and perhaps some miss opportunities to surveil or track at least some of the suspects. the prime minister rejected those resignations. he said you don't leave the battlefield in the middle of a war. >> that war is ongoing right now. let's hope there aren't any missteps that they're missing at this point. >> abc's aaron katersky live in belgium. thank you so much for that report. >> should mention this. nba hall of famer dikembe mutombo was among the thousands of people caught up in the chaos
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brussels airport. >> the former basketball star was asleep in a passenger lounge waiting for a connecting flight back home at the time of the attack. he said he ran downstairs right into the mayhem as everyone was trying to escape. >> i just woke up and i was like what's going on. what's going on. so i decided to run myself. it was just sad to see all of those women with babies in the morning and their children and old ladies who couldn't walk. and they didn't have nobody to push them. it was very sad. >> mutombo says two americans recognized him, took him to a safe area. they were picked up by someone from the u.s. embassy and driven to the airport in amsterdam. he calls those americans his two angels. >> the u.s. has charged seven hackers linked to the iranian government accused of cyberattacks on dozens of banks as well as a small dam outside of new york city. the attorney general characterized the attacks as relentless, systemic and widespread. none of those charged is in
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they will ever be arrested. secretary of state john kerry and russian president vladimir putin have met in moscow. they agreed to use their influence with both sides to strengthen the cease-fire in syria. they also plan to increase humanitarian aid. kerry says the terror attacks in brufs have reinforced their efforts to defeat isis. he heads to brussels today to offer his condolences. >> it's getting nasty. the battle between ted cruz and donald trump over their wives has reached a new level of nastiness. it escalated after trump retweeted an unflattering photograph of heidi cruz next to a glamour shot of men lannia trump. that brought this response from ted cruz. >> it is not acceptable for a big, loud, new york bully to attack my wife. donald, you're a sniveling coward, and leave heidi the hell alone. >> here's what the experts say. attacking heidi cruz not going
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standing with women. a poll done in march showed half of all-american women had a very unfavorable view of him. >> okay. now much of south florida was swamped by heavy downpours last night. at least four inches of rain flooded the streets of boca raton making driving nearly impossible. the pouring rain also submerged much of the baseball field at the florida atlantic university. but the nasty spring weather unleashed most of its fury further west, dumping enough snow and hail to close hundreds of miles of roads, shutting down denver's airport for a time. abc's clayton sandell is there. >> reporter: the swirling mess of spring storms is threatening the south. it's the same system that knocked texas with funnel clouds, lightning, and hail. >> it just got really loud, and then our window just bust through. >> reporter: in kansas and oklahoma, it's the wind supercharging this grass fire, exploding to nearly 400,000 acres. in colorado, a blizzard,
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overnight. some rescued by armored police trucks. if you ever get stranded in your car, and, clearly, this one is not going anywhere, officials say the best advice is to have an emergency kit and stay in your car until you can be rescued. in denver, planes are moving again, after the airport shut down for the first time in ten years. but hundreds are still stuck in a backlog of more than 1700 canceled flights. >> frontier said they could get us back to memphis next tuesday. >> reporter: next tuesday? >> yes. >> reporter: the ratterman family spent the last night of their vacation camping in the airport. >> this is, as i said, our humble abode. baggage claim number three, come on in. >> reporter: right now, denver is getting a bit of a break from the severe weather. but there is more snow expected on friday night. clayton sandell, abc news, denver. >> look at that snow. >> he's been in a lot of it lately. >> he has, you're right. >> that snow that clayton mentioned will fall across much of the northern tier
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folks in great falls, montana, they're getting it. in the rockies from montana to colorado where as much as 14 inches is possible and the entire east coast will see wet weather, mostly rain but some snow in northern new england. >> temperatures in those spots will naturally be cooler than normal. few 80 degree readings across the south. we should have saved this next story for april fools' day. that's how unbelievable it is. a north carolina man was arrested for not returning, wait for it, a videotape that he rented back in 2002. >> is this real? apparently they say james myers was pulled over for a broken taillight. and when the officer ran his license, a warrant popped up when the officer asked myers to step out of his car, he says he thought it was all a practical joke. it turns out it wasn't. myers was actually handcuffed and taken into custody. >> but we should point out, i just want to point out for the record here this guy has a long criminal record.
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back when he was 12 years old. so this is -- this is a criminal that needs to be busted. >> well deserved. >> yes. >> i always pay my library finz. >> a vhs tape. >> kind of interesting, huh? >> who is renting a vhs tape in 2002, by the way? >> i still have a vhs recorder. >> no, you don't. >> i try not to publicly admit that often but i do. >> great. coming up, bears breaking in. the hungry beast taking to the road to look for a snack. how did they learn to lock and unlock cars? >> >> and a beatle on the high seas. who paul mccartney will be traveling with the next time he heads to the caribbean. you're watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" weather, brought to you by woolite darks. weather, brought to you by woolite darks. everyone loves the way dark clothes make them feel.
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in north carolina, a hungry bear is the main suspect in a rash of car break-ins. krista south was stunned at the daniel to her car after a 400-pound black bear rummaged through it. look at that. the bear accidentally locked itself inside another car. the animal is captured on an officer's dashcam fleeing. police say that the bears figured out how to open the door of unlocked cars. >> wow, that's pretty smart. >> yeah. you know, they say bears are smarter than the average bear, right? hey, boo-boo. >> that's not an average bear at all. researchers at the university of texas have come up with an at home test to determine if a mosquito is carrying the zeke virus. it's actually probably not for everybody because it requires grinding up the mosquito, squishing that through a filter and testing the juice that results. the researchers are also working on a smartphone app to track the virus.
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>> that's a little bit more appetizing. we move on now to mammograms that may do more than just check for cancer. researchers say the test could also determine which women are at risk for heart disease because the amount of calcium in the arteries of the breast which can seen on a digital mammogram seem to reflect the amount of calcium in the coronary arteries that supply blood to the heart. >> a jetblue flight attendant charged with ditching 70 pounds of cocaine in her luggage is due back in court this afternoon. >> talking about marsha reynolds who had been granted bail. but now the u.s. attorney is trying to block her release. abc's david kerley with the story. >> reporter: this jet blue flight attendant, a former jamaican beauty queen, in custody accused of trying to sneak this, nearly 70 pounds of cocaine through airport security. marsha gay reynolds was caught on los angeles security cameras in street clothes friday, as she used her airline badge to try to get through the known crew member security line. but she grew nervous when randomly selected for a
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as tsa officers prepared to search her bags, the former nyu track runner kicks off her heels and bolts, running down the up escalator, fleeing. turning herself in in new york where a judge will let her out on a half million dollars bail. her family came to her defense. >> she may not have been fully aware of what was in the bags. >> reporter: meanwhile, another airline dealing with an employee charged with a crime. united pilot bruce wallis accused of running brothels, promoting prostitution in houston. both airlines say they are cooperating with authorities. jet blue has suspended the flight attendant, and united says the pilot has been removed from his flying duties. david kerley, abc news, washington. when i heard this story, i thought it also makes the case why we need more female tsa checkers. reportedly the lady left her gucci shoes behind. i don't know any self-respecting woman who would do that. >> i thought it's a good reminder when you're on your
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you what kind of cocaine or coca-cola you would like, you make sure you specify it's coca-cola and not coke. the other coke. >> that did not occur to me. >> who knew it was an option. >> when we come back, "skinny" time on a friday morning. >> announcer: "world news now"
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meal is by how far down his zipper is, you know? one time he stood up and his pants fell to the ground. and we were at a restaurant. all the other fathers turned and said wow, what is he eating? >> he was a comedian's comedian. that was from 1981. today's comic stars took to twitter to pay tribute. jimmy kimmel saying garry shandling was as kind and generous as he was funny. and that is saying a lot. >> ricky gervais, rest in peace the great garry shandling, surely one of the most influential comedians of a generation. >> from seth mcfarland, "saddened over garry shandling. he was a comedy idol of mine and he leaves behind the greatest single camera comedy of all time #larry sanders." garry shandling was 66 years old. >> he really was a big force. he was in the early days of the fox network when you had to assume different sort of rabbit ears positions in order to see
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and i remember on his show, gilda radner made an appearance there, her last tv appearance when she was dying of ovarian cancer. it was a touching tribute. he wanted to bring her on and make her laugh. >> his comedy was enjoyed by so many across the country. >> we're going to move on now to a new role for sir paul mccartney. he is hitting the big screen. >> the former beatle with be part of the upcoming "pirates of we should say the franchise is a production of our parent company disney. >> so mccartney's role is still a secret. we won't know what his new character is all about until "pirates of the caribbean, dead men tell no tales" hits theaters in may of next year. >> i look forward to seeing him on the big screen. i'm a big mccartney fan. >> are you. >> so will he belt out a couple tunes possibly? >> you can only hope. >> maybe ones from the 60s, not necessarily more recent ones.
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> there was excitement around here about there, a lot of it. that scream you heard from the sixth floor. >> were all the millennials on our staff. >> the headline "all that" reunion in the works. >> some of the members of the cast are part of a new promotional video. if you're not familiar, folks, "all that" was a widely popular sketch comedy show that aired during the 1990s on nickelodeon. i actually watched it. >> i don't remember it all. but it helped launch the careers of kenan thompson, amanda bynes among others. fans will be hoping for new versions of favorite bits like good burger, detective dan and everyday french with pierre escargot, and the "all that" month. >> i hate to break it to you but i think the show shows our age. the fox days. >> you can recite his resume, and i know all that. finally we offer well deserved kudos to our friends at abc's
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>> more panic set in. some people started running. some people started crying. some people just stood still in disbelief and tried to make sense of whatever was going on. >> isis is very good at this sort of thing that they know how to plan and that they have resources. >> we have clearly entered a period of new normal where we have to be concerned about a much broader range of attacks. >> we've got to defeat them online. that is where they radicalize. >> i would use maximum, maximum interrogation technique. i would have waterboarding and i'd go a step further. >> donald, you're a sniveling coward. leave heidi the hell alone. >> we can't force changes on cuba, but what we can do and will continue to do is to stand up for the rights that we
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>> we need to decide as a nation how much power the government should have over our data and over our privacy. >> bring back my daughter. do not let the world go unnoticed with this. please. >> they ride on the coat tails of the men. they don't make any decision and they're lucky. they're very, very lucky. >> we as women have come a long way. we shouldn't have to drop to our knees at any point. >> the bald eagle almost gone from our country las come back tenfold, 100 fold. one of the greatest things that i think anybody could view is our national bird being hatched and our national bird being grown up. >> my kids loved watching that. >> busy week ahead? >> very busy. in fact, the president and the first family at this very moment leaving argentina heading back to washington, d.c. will land later this morning. >> this major alert. you have four weeks to get your tickets for johnny mathis in great falls, montana, at the mansfield theater. >> are you going to go?
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making news in america this morning, terror tale. in brussels new pictures just in inside the bomber's apartment. a smashed tablet, a busted front door. plus, the raids overnight. more people under arrest in the investigation. we're live in brussels. severe weather sweeping across the country. heavy flooding in the south. this morning people sleeping in airports as flights get canceled because of high winds. we're tracking it all. >> breaking overnight, evacuations after a train derailment. >> ooh, geez, explosion. >> the massive explosion after the crash lighting up the night sky. >> caught on camera.

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