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danielle brooks and pad ma lakshmi will be honored in celebration of the race's 13th anniversary. >> what this means to me is girl power. i love the fact that anybody could be a part of this. you can walk it. you can run it and you will most certainly be inspired. >> if you're in new york there's still time to sign up or follow the entire race on social media with the #womenruntheworld. all of the action is happening this sunday, april 17th. rachel mcadams and benedict cumberbatch and tilda swenton, here's your first look at the hot trailer. strange. >> might i offer you some advice? >> forget everything that you think you know. you don't mind looking at the
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>> you've spent your life trying to widen -- >> your work saved the lives -- >> what if i told you that reality is one of many. >> i don't believe in fairytales, shack ras, energy. >> you wonder what i see in your future? possibility. >> there are other ways to save lives. >> what you don't know. >> teach me. >> from the city sightseeing
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new york city, i'm sonia isabel and make sure you're following us at celebrity page tv for all of your entertainment news. washington state, seven kids injured when a pickup truck plowed into a school bus stop. four kids were hit by the truck, two others by debris from the crash. the 19-year-old driver has a history of seizures and driving with asus pinned license. he was taken into custody. as we head into the vacation season, a warning about long lines at the airport. the problem? more of us are traveling but the government has not hired any additional tsa agents. here's abc's david kerley.
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snaking security lines. spring break travel wait times across the country of one, two, even three hours. >> it's insane. i don't understand. >> reporter: not only passengers -- >> we missed our flight and we're told there's nothing they can do. >> reporter: -- airports are angry, too. a letter to tsa from charlotte, complaining of a negative economic impact of 600 missed flights. seattle announcing it will hire 90 contractors just to help the tsa officers. and the airlines? american saying nearly 6,800 passengers missed flights in one week at five airports it serves. the problem? a record number of travelers, no additional tsa officers, terrorist attacks, and new security measures at checkpoints. is a nightmare ahead for summer travelers? >> i don't think a nightmare is ahead. but i think you can expect to see some longer wait times, simply because of the volume of people moving. >> reporter: it is likely to be a horrible summer to travel. the best tip is sign up for tsa pre-check. that is the fast lane here at security. if not, show up hours early for
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you are likely to spend many of -- more time in line. david kerley, abc news, reagan washington airport. >> a new survey says america has a new favorite grocery store, wegmans tops the list. they have six stores on the east coast. the survey is based on customer satisfaction and loyalty. rounding out the list, publix, trader joe's took a dive to third, that's the first time in four years trader joe's didn't rank first. >> i used to drive an hour out of the way just to go to wegmans. >> really. >> i'm that addicted to that store. my rochester store days. >> there's one in princeton. it's worth it. >> hours to go grocery shopping. > you'll thank me later. in wisconsin a duck is getting his waddle back thanks to a teacher and 3-d printer. phillip belonged to a little girl with plenty of animals but she had to leave them all behind when he she moved. vickie saw a picture of phillip
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>> the poor little thing. she reached out to the middle school teacher with the 3-d printer. now after a few false starts, phillip can walk again. teacher ep created what she believes are the perfect set of feet. >> i guess it works. very cool. >> 3-d printing. > what's next? >> oh, he -- his little numbers. look at him ready to go. >> coming up, parents under fire. the new phenomenon known as parent shaming that's triggering not only grown-up bullying but also calls to authorities over how parents are raising their kids. >> later in our "insomniac theater," the barber shon will never be the same. calvin palmer welcome the ladies sparking a jernds war, southside of chicago. first here's a look at today's temperatures. 80 degrees in dallas. 81 in phoenix. i like warm temperatures. >> that's kind you have cool. >> announcer: "world news now"
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washington national slugger bryce harper hit his first ever grand slam, his 100th career homer and breaking the scoreboard while at it at 23 years old. he becomes the youngest player in major league history to reach the 100th homer milestone and one more interesting stat. he's the only major leaguer whose first grand slam came on his 100th career home run. it's amazing. > good for him. >> i should point out i met him last february. ever since then he had an mvp year last year and now he's hit that milestone. is there something to be said with meeting me and then just. >> i'm ready. i'm ready for the graces to fall the diane macedo show. i like it. >> there you go. popular around here. >> so some parents are coming under fire lately. mothers and fathers being judged
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by people ho don't even have kids over everything from fast food to fast toys. >> there's a flame for it. it's called parent shaming. it's a very real phenomenon not only the rice but hit one of our own. paula ferris who brings us this report. >> reporter: recently on "the view," i innocently revealed my 28-year-old daughter has an ipad. >> my daughter is texting a little bit. she's only texts people i approve of. >> reporter: and set off a social media debate. one woman tweeting why does your daughter need a cell phone. my response she as an ipad she bought with her own money that she monitor 24/7. i'll patient my kids. you parent yours. that exchange is a reminder how much we as parents are under the microscope. i'm hardly alone. ryan reynolds publicly criticized for how he wore his baby carrier. alicia silverstone condemned for posting a video of herself feeding her baby she prechewed.
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the act of criticizing parents, even calling authorities for actions that meant and caused to real harm. for quentin tarantino mom patty, the call from a vanger to authorities about her children proved traumatic. home alone with her kids, shoo he was still in her pajamas when she chose not to respond to a delivery man's doorbell ring. >> okay, if he leaves his package and i went to the bathroom, five minutes later three cop car showed up. >> she notes her children had been watching tv but the delivery man siouxing something was wrong called police. >> i thought i was going to get arrested. >> nationally calls to authorities about kids are on the rise. according to child protect tick services data calls to report possible cases of abuse are up to 3.5 million a year, an increase of 12% since 2009. but the cases of abuse are down 4% to 679,000.
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majority of calls placed to cps are without merit. the new issue of parents' magazine addresses the growing scrutiny of moms. >> do you think social media is really feeling this parent shaming phenomenon. >> i think social media has amplified its effects. one expert called it a mob mentality. >> it's not so much i'm doing this to help you as to attack you or to feel better about his myself. >> right? >> sociologist christine carter says some good can come from a heightened awareness of parents but warns shaming is not the way to go. >> these are things that lead to our own feelings of temporary superiority but that are not behaviors that are helpful to society at all. >> patty says she's still recovering from the morning police were called to her house. seeing that her children were safe, the mr. is left but the situations made her uneasy. >> people shouldn't be looking
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business. >> reporter: paula ferris, abc news, new york. coming up, anna wintour in her element. the clock is ticking. > it is ticking down to this year's annual met gala. a new documentary pulls back the curtain on one of fashion's biggest events of the year. you're watching "world news
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>> turn to the right. fashion. >> you remember this one. >> turn to the right. >> that's sort of like the ru paul version is what it's sounding like. >> i'm practicing. > that's david bowie. the world of high fashion is taking center stage and just over two weeks at the met gala here in new york city into and calling all the shots at this over the top glamorous event is, of course, vogue's editor and nan win to your. a new film is giving us an up-close view of the of fashion icon in her element. here's abc's juju chang. >> reporter: there's j. lo, hand in hand with donatella as in versace, or lupita yong 0 go and rihanna, stealing the show with a handmade 16 foot long fur trimmed cape all at fashion's ultimate spec tackle, the annual
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and 2015's ball was no exception. let's just say if looks could kill this red carpet would be deadly. >> the new documentary "the first monday in may" pulls back the curtain on the star-studded event for the first time. >> jennifer larns, ladies and gentlemen, rihanna for vogue's editor-in-chief, no leadup is too small including the guest list. >> julianne moore. i don't know what to do. >> reporter: painstakingly analyzing that crucial seating chart. >> i thought he wasn't coming. > but then he decided he wanted to come. >> reporter: can you not be on your cell phone the whole time. >> loud and clear. >> we see her minions sweating the details like how they're going to pay for it all. >> rihanna, we didn't realize how expensive. >> reporter: just like the
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always the talk of the town. juju chang, abc news, new york. now, the dresses that come up account red carpet at the gala are always so over the top. this year, the theme is the age of technology. >> so could you just imagine, are you going to go dressed as a facebook. >> i think things may be lit up. apparently they're merging sort of handmade couture with machine made fashion. things like laser cutting and so on. >> so a plastic dress. >> maybe 3-d printed dresses to go along with the duck feet. >> i'm going to do my full zoolander right now. maria really loves the newest scent from gain. upbeat music plays everytime she sniffs... this happens. still there... still still there... well that's how you rock a long travel day. new scent duets from gain
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death row inmate turned into a human guinea pig whether he the memories of a dead agents are implanted into his brain as part of an effort to stop an international terrorist. >> they stuck billy in my head. i got a scar, see? all the stuff that he knew, all the stuff he could do i got it all scrambled up inside me. >> that's impossible. >> yeah, the critics they're not buying it either. it scored a splat on rotten tomatoes with a dismal 17% an probable rating. steven whitey of the new york daily news writes it's like the movie was written in crayon in the margins of a comic book. rick of the fresno bee says it's a shame there isn't a government organization that takes dead movie scripts and drops ideas in from better writers. >> next, how about this for a better idea.
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>> because i don't go to the barber shop. >> neither do i. the next cut, 12 years after we last saw him, use cube's calvin palmer shares his shop with a beauty salon as a cost cutting measure. what was once a guy's refuge is now ground zero the ongoing gender war. >> i can't believe you all spent all that money on weaves anyway. >> i can't believe you all put all that money on your head and don't have no money for your rent. >> this is how i pay my rent. >> exactly. because with this hair and booty, it's like a black amex. i never get denied. >> i bet you don't. >> there's no denying that this is all-star cast featuring nicki minaj, shawn patrick thomas, cedric the entertainer is delighting critics with 77% on rotten toe mate hes. news day rights the franchise
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the humor still crackles. jordan hoffman the guardian says it doesn't pretend to solve any problems but shows community and communication in this case laughter might. barber shop. >> it's all good. >> we make it better. >> yeah, i'm going to go see the barber shop is like. >> that's the news for this half hour.
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p?p?o?gv this morning on "world news now," the battle in brooklyn. >> hillary clinton and bernie sanders facing off, hitting each other harder than ever before. the issues they tried to dance around and what this means for the race for the democratic nomination with only four days left until the make or break new york primary.
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morning from a devastating earthquake. the desperate dig through the rubble in search of survivors, a baby saved. we have the latest ahead. >> caught on camera. an officer surrounded bet getting into a brawl as he attempts to subdue someone in the crowd. some bystanders seen kicking and throwing punches. how the situation quickly escalated and got out of control. and don't burst his bubble oop he's at it again. the bubble man takes his hydrohamster wheel to bermuda. can he make the trip across the ocean to a land where bubble people roam free. find out in the mix on this friday, april 15th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> does sound like a lovely place. i'm kendis gibson. >> i'm diane macedo. i wonder what the land of the bubble people would be like. >> yeah. we have a -- >> hard to hug anyone if you're in a bubble. >> it would be tough to get it around. speaking of people who live in a
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be living in a bubble. there. >> good try. new york. >> the people trying to live in that bubble. >> the democrats today skipped pleasantries and went straight for the jug gue lar. >> hillary clinton and bernie sanders laid out differences in debate number nine. marked by a string of sharp exchanges on everything from gun control to big money donations. our coverage starting with abc's marci gonzalez. martinezcy, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. we have never seen the democratic candidates quite like this. no sign of the cordal relationship they once had. last night, they were both fiercely on the attack. a democratic debate battle in the big apple. >> senator sanders did call me unqualified. i've been called a lot of things in my life. that was a first. >> the heated rhetoric between
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sanders coming to a boil here in brooklyn. >> does secretary clinton have the experience and the intelligence to be a president? of course, she does. but i do question -- but i do question her judgment. >> president obama trusted my judgment enough to ask me to be secretary of state for the united states. >> and let's talk about judgment. and let us talk about the worst foreign policy blunder in the modern history of this country. >> reporter: with less than a week before new york voters go to the polls, the rivals clashing on guns, raising the minimum wage. >> history has outpaced secretary clinton because all over this country, people are standing up and they're saying $12 is not good enough. we need $15 an hour. >> reporter: and on foreign policy. >> he could not answer about afghanistan, about israel, about counter-terrorism.
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away in manhattan, all of the republican candidates together. protesters chanting outside. as donald trump, ted cruz and john kasich spoke at a new york gop fund-raiser. and all of the candidates are campaigning today in new york except sanders who is speaking later today at the vatican. kendis and diane. >> marci, thank you. nearly 300 new york delegates up for grabs next week. the latest poll shows hillary clinton with a 17-point lead over sanders. >> for more on their shift in tone and what we can expect in the coming days and weeks, we turnton political director rick klein. good morning. >> reporter: kendis and diane, the healing in the democratic party will have to wait. this was perhaps the most bitter and most personal of the debates so far. hillary clinton and bernie sanders going at each other over basic questions of judgment and qualifications in addition to policy and tone. rhetorical differences that have
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and i think now, given account dynamics of this race, hillary clinton coming in with this big delegate lead, bernie sanders with the momentum. nothing here is going to change sides in a big way. if anything, this sets up another six weeks of harsh, intense campaigning. the delegate lead unlikely to be overcome. new york now setting itself up as critical for the remainder of these contests but now the two candidates that have been circling each other with light barbs and friendly encounters are now setting up a very harsh ending to this campaign. bernie sanders making clear he expects to win the nomination threat in i think to take this fight all the way to the democratic national convention. for all the divisions we've seen on the republican side, a very clear indication there are more divisions to come for the democrat. kendis and diane? >> that was political director rick klein. thank you. >> do stay with us for more debate coverage on "america this morning" as well as "good morning america." in our next half hour, a full
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>> rescue operations in effect following the powerful quake in japan but they've been disrupted by dozen of after shocks. at least nine people were killed and more than 800 injured by the 6.5 quake. here's abc's matt gutman with >> reporter: the shaking so violent, it spun this security camera like a top. its footage, a bouncing blur of city lights and fires. japanese emergency officials say multiple people were killed, many hundreds wounded when the magnitude 6.2 quake struck at 9:26 p.m. local time, right under the city of kumamoto. firefighters battling multiple blazes. crews urgently searching for survivors and the injured, going door to door in the dark. bringing fears that the death toll could rise. a cluster of aftershocks. a man's camera rolling as one hits.
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screaming. sending thousands into the streets, huddling against the cold, digging into pre-prepped supplies. the quake buckling roads, derailing this train on the tracks. these office workers ducking under desks. american noel vincent lives there. >> suddenly, we just kind of felt the floor drop beneath us. that's what it felt like. >> reporter: this quake as powerful on japan's seismic intensity scale as the last major quake, the monster 9.0 in 2011 that unleashed a deadly tsunami. that quake maxing out the intensity scale, because it hit so violently, right beneath an urban area. and now that it is daylight, rescuers are racing to find and save people still trapped under the rubble. matt gutman, abc news, los angeles. >> a speedy recover to all of the people in that area.
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after an ambush style attack. doctors say he was shot six times with one of the bullets near his heart and two in his abdomen. police say a gunman came up behind him and the attack was targeted. investigators are questioning a bern of interest in the se. new video on a nashville police officer. officer was trying to make an arrest when he and the suspect begab fighting. when residents living nearby attacked the officer. he was treated for a concussion and is now on medical leave. security has been stepped up in the neighborhood, as well. >> in washington state, seven kids were injured when a pickup truck plowed into a school bus stop. four of the kids were hit by the truck and two others by debris from the crash. the 19-year-old driver has a history of seizures and apparently was driving with a suspended license. he was taken into custody. on the east coast, four arm reserve soldiers were hurt when their humvee flipped over on the new jersey turnpike just outside of new york city.
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had to have her leg amputated at the scene. a tire came off the humvee causing the vehicle to overturn. the night for a $15 minimum wage hit the streets in cities across the u.s. today. from times square to hollywood, protesters marched in in support of low wage nonunion employees they're targeting mcdonald's because of its clout in the industry. new york and california have put plans in place to hit that $15 an hour mark over the next few years. meanwhile, amazon is starting to i a shelter for the hoaxless in seattle allowing a non-profit to operate a shelter in one of its buildings. the plan is to house more than 200 people for a year in the former travel lodge. families are expected to move in on monday in response to a state of emergency declared by the mayor to deal with a spike in the homeless population. >> even nationwide, there is a little bit of au spike in the homeless population itself, 19% over previous years. a good move there. >> the families will have a
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and they can stay there during the week and on the weekends 24 hours. >> coming up later in the show, my very first polka. it's a brand-new one. >> you always remember your first. >> barry has been busy. first u.s. officials sending a stern stern message to russia calling close calls between russian fighter jets and a u.s. warship dangerous and deliberate. how russia is defending those aggressive flight maneuvers. >> what could have been the real reason why adam la roche walked away from a $13 million contract with the white sox. find us on facebook, wnnfans.com
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>> a north korea missile launch appears to have failed. the incident is being seen as a major embarrassment for the innian leader whose late great grandfather is the one being honored. there was an explosion shortly after the launch. mid range missile is thought to be potentially capable of reaching distant u.s. bases in asia. back here at home, u.s. officials sending a strong message to russia over the close calls between two russian fighter jets and a u.s. warship. the u.s. is calling those aggressive maneuvers dangerous and deliberate.
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abc's martha raddatz with the latest. >> reporter: roaring past a u.s. warship in a simulated attack pattern. more than two dozen times. at one point, a russian jet just 30 feet off the bow of the ship. alarmingly aggressive moves that the russians claimed were done "safely" and "according to international rules." but the u.s. strongly disagrees, filing a formal complaint with moscow. and secretary of state john kerry saying, "under the rules of engagement, that could have been a shoot down." >> he found it unprofessional, needlessly provocative and, indeed, dangerous. >> reporter: the man who did not bring up the simulated attacks russia's president, vladimir putin. instead, taking a swipe at what he called america's imperial ambitions, and, using a twist on an old russian proverb to describe hillary clinton's desire to follow her husband's
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"husband and wife are the same satan," putin said, laughing. there won't be any sort of military response to that flyover despite secretary kerry's strong words about what could have happened. the white house saying there would be little value in further inflaming the situation. martha raddatz, abc news, washington. families of victims of the sandy hook elementary shooting ramp and won a major legal victory. a connecticut judge ruled their lawsuit against the gunmaker against the gun used can proceed. meanwhile, in a separate case, a judge ruled state police do not have to release documents taken from the home of the sandy hook shooter. >> it the bible will not become the official state book in tennessee. the governor vetoed the controversial bill yesterday. noting that it likely would have violated the constitutions of both tennessee and the united states. he also said the bill bill tribalizes the bible wilhe
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the bill's sponsor intends to push for an override of the veto which in tennessee just requires an simple majority so there's a possibility. >> i didn't even know states had official books. >> i wonder what the official back of new york is. coming up in our next half hour, saving big on your summer travel. how america's largest airlines are trying to squeeze more money out of passengers and what you can doing to avoid paying hundreds of dollars in extra fees. >> but first, adam la roche walked away from a $13 million contract after the chicago white sox asked him not to bring his son to work every day. now he's opening up about something else that may have you're watching "world news
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well, it's been more than a month since adam la roche stunned the sports world by walking away from a $13 million contract after the chicago white sox asked him to stop bringing his kid to work every day. >> now he's opening up for the first time about something else that may have sparked the decision. abc's eva pilgrim has the story. >> his equity from baseball
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>> i also applaud adam laroche. >> adam la roche surprised his team. >> the white sox first baseman choosing to retire early after he was told not to bring his son drake to the clubhouse are women every day. >> he's either been a spoiled ballplayer who wanted to have his kid in the workplace or this sort of paragon of virtue for parenthood being this great father. there is more to it than the simple narrative which is that he quit because his son couldn't be in the clubhouse. >> reporter: the first baseman going deep in a new interview, espn magazine for the first time talking about the backlash against his decision to quit. i never took it for granted. one, i get to play a game. two, i get paid an absushd amount of money to play a game. three, i can have my son with me when i'm doing it. his decision may have been influenced by a trip he and
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pitcher blaine bowyerer took last november going undercover to the red light districts of southeast asia with exodus row trying to rescue sex slaves saying i was sick. i was thinking about my kids and thinking about the hundreds of thousands of parents who are searching for their 12-year-old daughters. what are we doing in we're going back to play a game for the next eight months. he walked away from the experience putting even more value on family. >> he feels that there is something out there for him. there are people that can learn from what his decision was. >> la roach has no regrets. honestly, baseball is not that important to me. i love it. it's a passion. but i think every one of us is put here for a bigger purpose. eva pilgrim, abc news, new york. >> we should mention he's coming off a fairly mediocre year, as well in baseball. he was on the downside of his career. >> still, that's a lot of money to walk away from. >> $13 million contract.
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that is the reason to go and pursue a higher purpose and try to do good in the world. good for him. right now he's spending time with his family and not even watching baseball into not at all? >> not at all. >> not even cricket. >> maybe cricket. i don't know. we'll have to ask him and see if he's watching cricket. he's never cheered for a team he didn't play for. but he's played for a lot. i wonder. >> i was in d.c. while he was playing. a lot of former teammates are cheering for him now. he's been all over the place. >> do you think he's going to pick one team or always cheer for any team he's played for. >> he's going to walk away from baseball. >> completely?
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he is making or perhaps made his second attempt to not only walk on water but walk all the way to the bermuda triangle in what's called a hydropod. it sort of looks like a hamster wheel that travels on water. >> that's a good 75 miles. >> he try this had once before in 2014 and made it nearly 70 miles off much st. augustine. then he dropped his gps through the small hole that he's supposed to climb in and out of. lost his way and the coast guard had to rescue him. he ran 20 miles a day to prepare again. tried it again. we're learning now that he didn't make if. we don't know why. maybe third time's the charm. >> we can only hope. something special for your brand-new polka. it is a new one. yeah. let's take a look.
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(soft music) (colonial penn jingle) this morning on "world news now," democrats dig in. last night's debate at times got ugly. with the crowd in brooklyn getting loud as clinton and sanders went after each other. details ahead. >> meanwhile, an across town, republicans had a showdown of
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trump, cruz and kasich made their pitches to the party's elite and explained what new york values really mean to them. >> and new this half hour. an ape with an attitude and on the loose. >> he makes a high wire escape leading his pursuers on an electrifying chase. what made him put up such a fight? >> it was an average day. and celebrity baby boom. three hour couples, three second children and a whole lot of glad tidings this morning in "the skinny." skinny.""it's friday, april 15th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> she's standing in for me. >> all those pretty people. you kind of do look like eva mendes a little bit. >> i will take that. ryan, are you listening? just kid doing my husband. just kidding. > or to ryan. good morning on this friday. happy to be with you here. >> we begin today with brooklyn fight night. hillary clinton and bernie
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nice and delivered some of their sharpest blows yet. >> the democrats used last night's debate to play up close ties to new york. it was a feisty sanders who slammed clinton on her wall street speeches and record on trade and she fired back, hammering him on gun control and his strategy for breaking up big banks. it's your voice, your vote. we get the highlights right now from abc's marci gonzales who is on the scene. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. they wasted no time going after each other with just a few days before new york's primary, it was clear on that debate stage how crucial a win is here in new york. within moments of the debate starting the gloves were off. bernie sanders backtracking saying hillary clinton is qualified to be president but that he questions her judgment. clinton defending her record and calling sanders out saying in a recent interview he had difficulty giving specifics about foreign policy. >> he could not answer about afghanistan, about israel, about counter-terrorism. except to say if he had had some paper in front of him, maybe he
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i think you need to have the judgment on day one to be both president and commander in chief. >> let's talk about judgment. and let us talk about the worst foreign policy blunder in the modern history of this country. i led the opposition to that war. >> reporter: they sparred on increasing the minimum wage, campaign finance laws and clinton was called on again to release transcripts of her paid speeches. >> let's set the same standard for everybody. when everybody does it, okay, i will do it. but let's set and expect the same standard on tax returns. everybody does it and then we move forward. >> everybody else does it. she will do it, i will do it. i am going to release all of the transcripts of the speeches that
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closed doors. not for $225,000, not for $2,000, not for 2 cents. there were no speeches. >> and despite clinton pulling ahead by double digits in new york and being well ahead in the delegate count, sanders says he will not only take his campaign all the way to the convention but that he will win the democratic nomination. kendis and dianne. >> thanks to marci there at the brooklyn navy yard. turning to the republicans and all three candidates gathering under the same roof. >> hundreds of anti-trump protesters converged on the manhattan hotel where the candidates were attending the gop gala. some demonstrators made their way inside and more than 30 people arrested as donald trump picked up an endorsement from the "new york post." ines de la cuetara has the latest. good morning. >> reporter: diane and kendis, while the democrats were in brooklyn last night, all three
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spoke at the new york gop gala, all three still trying hard to win the empire state. with less than a week till the primary, last night john kasich and donald trump made it a point to redefine new york values. >> i want to talk for a second about new york values that we all, many of us, that we all know so well. the values that make us love this state, which has been a symbol of american strength throughout the world. >> let me just tell you a little bit about how i feel about this town. you're so alive when you're in new york. and the fact is, you don't want to sleep when you're in new york. the reason you don't want to sleep is because you're afraid you're going to miss something. >> in doing so, both were taking aim at ted cruz. you'll remember this comment he made at a debate back in january. >> i think most people know exactly what new york values are. >> i'm from new york. >> you're from new york so you might not. i promise you in the state of
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>> reporter: and another highlight last night, a surprise endorsement from former new york governor george pataki. >> i'm proud to endorse governor governor john kasich to be the next president of the united states. >> reporter: and trump is still leading in the polls here in new york. diane, kendis? >> our thanks to ines. so much, and remember, stay with abc for more coverage of the democratic debate and the race for the white house throughout the morning. after nearly half a century in prison, one of the followers of cult leader charles manson may go free. a california review board has recommended parole for leslie van houten convicted in the 1969 murder of a los angeles area couple. this was the 20th time she has appeared before the parole board. 9 decision now rests in the hands of the california governor, jerry brown. a north carolina man who police say posted pictures of his dead wife and child on facebook appeared in court. he's charged with first degree
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penalty if convicted. officers were sent to his home after a relative noticed the pictures on facebook and was alarmed. they then found two bodies inside the home. >> now to tense moments for passengers on board a delta flight heading to nashville from new york. a bird strike cracked a windshield forcing an emergency landing in charleston, west virginia. the plane was able to touch down without incident. nearly 60 passengers on board the plane at the time. no serious injuries reported. a new plane was sent to pick up those passengers. this morning, southern japan is being rocked by after shocks after a deadly earthquake. we have some dramatic new images from the quake zone including the rescue of a baby. the 8-month-old was found in rubble of a collapsed home. at least nine people have died and hundreds injured when the powerful quake hit yesterday. entire buildings fell to the ground. roofs even slid off. windows and walls crum bed scattering debris. rex martin posted this video on
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>> we're staying out here kind of in the open where we're not surrounded by any buildings and we're able to get away from any structural damage that may happen to anything that could possibly hurt us. >> rescue operations were repeatedly disrupted by the aftershocks. by early this morning, there had been 116 such jolts strong enough to be felt. >> a big meeting in new york today. nba owners are meeting, expected to take up the question of moving the next all-star game from north carolina. the nba has been urged to undertake such a move to pretest -- protest the so-called the nba commissioner has called that law deeply concerning. the agent representing troubled quarterback johnny manziel has delivered an ultimatum. so far this year, he has been and his former agent, now his new rep, drew rosenhaus, says he's done unless manziel gets
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numerous video clips show the 2012 heisman trophy winner, drinking, partying and just appearing impaired. >> with basketball and hockey now in playoff mode and baseball's regular season just getting under way, it is time for us to talk about -- >> football. >> of course, for the next season at least. >> the season gets under way september 8th with a rematch of last year's super bowl between the denver wrong koenz an carolina panthers. instead of peyton manning at quarterback, mark sanchez will start for the broncos. the rams return to los angeles opening their season against long-time rivals the 49ers. >> and we should mention this part. interesting note for me in particular taking an apparent stand against redskins name, the new york football giants are listing them as washington on its schedule rather than the team's name. >> hmm. i mean, it's not till september. isn't it kind of early to be putting out schedules? >> no, we're looking forward to
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i'm already plotting my fantasy league. >> it already dominates so much of the week and now it's dominating spring and summer, too. >> why do you hate america? >> why do you hate america. >> i love football. but can't we enjoy baseball for a little while? >> all right. we have 167 days of baseball. but football, we're looking forward to it. >> excited for football. coming up, chasing down an escaped chimp. his name is cha-cha. after he broke out of the zoo, he ended up here on top of a telephone pole. we'll tell you where it happened and how it ended straight ahead. >> and the hidden fees that airlines are now trying to slip into your air fares how to save hundreds, even thousands of dollars. >> first here's a look at today's forecast. >> announcer: "world news now" weather, brought to you by colonial penn life insurance.i've done every night since i was a kid, empty my pocket change into this old jar. it's never much, just what's left after i break a dollar.
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in colorado, a big rig driver died after veering off a highway and slamming into a garage at an apartment complex. no one else was injured in the crash, but many of the apartment residents say they have long been worried about something like this. the cause of the crash is still being investigated. in los angeles, crews worked frantically to rescue a driver trapped in his cement truck. the truck appeared to have tumbled about ten feet down a stephen bankment landing on its side. crews can waded through thick brush to free him. the driver was then placed on a stretcher and wheeled into an ambulance. >> now my favorite video of the day. a chimp who got away from his handlers at a japanese zoo is back where he belongs this morning. this is the chimp. his name is cha-cha. and -- cha-cha likes to cha-cha on the lines there. he took the high road or line
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electrical wires. quite the scene there. he was dangling for a while and cha-cha just couldn't hold on any longer. >> oh, cha-cha. >> and then he finally -- hang on, cha-cha. hang on, come on. oh. >> but yes. he stuck the landing. luckily, there were people there for him. the first responders were right there and got him to a vet. we're told he was uninjured but he was hurt that the french judge only gave him a 5 on that landing. >> he looks pretty angry, cha-cha. i don't think i would want the job of having to go get him. >> not at all. be like that guy, how did i get this job. >> do you think he'll be like he's fine, just leave him up there. he's good. >> moving on to summer vacation and your budget. u.s. airlines are finding more and new ways to squeeze more money out of travelers. >> if you are flying to multiple cities, there are ways to avoid
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here's abc's rebecca jarvis. >> reporter: for years, booking a one-way ticket was the most expensive option. now, the country's largest airlines, american, delta and united are quietly changing the way they price their multicity tickets. >> the airlines are actually charging you more if you try and buy one ticket that stops in multiple cities. they made this change in the last few weeks and most consumers don't even know about it. >> for example, say you live in chicago and you'd like to visit both l.a. and san francisco this summer. book your vacation as a multicity trip on delta.com and it will cost you $885. but book three one-way flights separately for the exact same departure dates and times and that will cost you $658. a savings of $227. for a family of four, that's more than $900 in savings. >> is this true across the board?
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single route out there, but most major routes it does. >> reporter: and if you're planning to rent a car, the experts recommend using website auto/.com. once you've booked that car, they will continue to check for a lower price and automatically book you whatever the cheapest car is for free on the day of your trip. rebecca jarvis, abc news, new york. all right. good tips. thanks. >> yeah. when we come back, celebrity baby news. >> and the celebrity son just might give justin bieber a run for his money. "the skinny" is next. >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations.
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late father. our warmest wishes to them. >> i guess all the unattractive people in hollywood aren't having babies. >> next tun, we -- next up, we have a celebrity protege. >> he's hardly a baby but he's krus beckham. recognize the last name. son of parents david and victoria. he could already be laying the foundation of a singing career. his mom released a little bit of video on instagram of her son singing the faith evans song "hopeful." >> because i'm hopeful, yes, i am. hopeful. take this music and use it, let it take you away and be hopeful, hopeful and he'll make a way, i know it ain't easy but that's okay just be hopeful because i'm hopeful >> i like it. he's got a little swagger to him.
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hair game going. young cruz is already being dubbed the new justin bieber. hardly a surprise. remember his mom was a spice girl. that video, by the way, after just one day has already been liked more than 300,000 times. zig a zig uh. >> turning lemons into lemonade or a tattoo into a social media sensation. >> a woman from tennessee named holland christianson reportedly got couldn't into getting jeremy lin's name tattooed on her body by a friend who told her the japanese symbols had a completely different mean penguin rather than getting it removed or altered, she embraced it and became a fan of the charlotte hornets' point guard. >> she shared and guess what, lin saw it himself. and he used a sharpie to replicate the tattoo on his own ankle. christianson now hopes to meet lin the next time she's in charlotte. >> an accidental fashion faux pas going viral. >> talking about gayle king who took to instagram to admit she
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dress to an event here in new york backwards. she even shared images of herself with the dress on the right way, the zipper in the front and the wrong way, admitting she prefers to wear it backwards. >> the matter may be settled with this image of michelle obama wearing the same dress the right way for the cover of seventeen magazine. props to gayle though. she gets points for accessorizing 37 a pink leather belt, leather heels, a matching rainbow clutch. i kind of like it backwards, too. >> first lady wore it better >> like getting two dresses for the price of one.
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