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outs a north philadelphia nightclub. this morning police are looking for suspects. what happened to the warm temperatures, you need a sweater or jacket before stepping outside. meteorologist chris sowers is here, we will warm up, right? >> reporter: another few hours you'll be wearing short sleeved shirts and shorts. there's the view in cape may, the sun is shining down brightly there's hardly a cloud out there and looking like a nice morning around the delaware valley. reading, 50 degrees, dover, updated. 52- degrees, trenton showing 51. the good news with high pressure in control, unlike yesterday we'll see a ton of sunshine all day long. yesterday we had the rain during the morning, it was miserable, the sun came back out during the
afternoon. today start to finish looks good. hour by hour we go. 9:00 a.m., 52 degrees, 11:00 a.m., 58. a lot of sunshine. 63 by 1:00 p.m. 66 at 3:00 p.m. the high 68 degrees, no humidity, nice refreshing breeze out of the north. rain chances we have a chance on tuesday and thursday and they include the threat of thunderstorms. when i come back in just a few minutes we'll have the details in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. thank you. now to the race for the white house. primaries will be held in five states on tuesday, including pennsylvania and delaware. in the keystone state there are 71 delegates up for grabs that has brought hillary clinton back to the area to stump for your vote. she has more plans for the philadelphia area. while clinton is spending a lot of time where we live she is scheduled to return to
philadelphia for a rally at city hall. she is courting voters in connecticut this weekend. you have to figure out what to do about it. you can't just watch it and complain about it and worry about it, we have to figure out what to do about it. we need more good jobs. the rallies have folk -- focused on donald trump than they are democratic rivals. she said trump is flip flopping on his positions in order to draw broader support beyond the primaries. clinton's rival bernie sanders is showing to slow her momentum. he will meet with potential voters in rhode island this morning. yesterday a huge crowd packed the chase center in wilmington, delaware to see the senator. thank you. we do well when the voter turnout is high, we do not well when the voter turnout is low.
let us have the highest voter turnout in delaware history on tuesday. sanders is trailing hillary clinton in the polls in pennsylvania and delaware. of course, the republicans are crisscrossing the northeast corridor this weekend part of a frantic effort by the candidates to win your vote in tuesday's primary. republican frontrunner donald trump plans to hold a rally in maryland. he plans to return to the battle ground state of pennsylvania tomorrow. he has plans to visit west chester university and wilks-berry yesterday. he attended a recall in connecticut where he attempted to diminish any competition he may face from ted cruz and john kasich come tuesday. and now we're down to two. i call it 1 1/2, i now actually call it 1, because i call it a half and a half, because they are both out. it's one. the latest polls show trump
leading by wide margin in the keystone state. ted cruz is not campaigning in pennsylvania today. he'll be in the state of indiana. yesterday he picked up more delegates in maine. he won 19 of the 20 seats available there. john kasich is campaigning in maryland and moves to western pennsylvania tomorrow to try to drum of votes for tuesday's primary. when voters head to the polls on tuesday in pennsylvania they will be casting ballots in the democratic u.s. senate primary. they were here for their final debate. they hope to challenge republican senator pat toomey in the fall. you can watch the debate in its entirety at 11:00 a.m. on 6abc. stay with "action news" for primary election coverage on tuesday, we'll have representatives from the league of women voters to answer any questions you have. call the number on the screen from 7:00 a.m. when the polls open until the polls close at # p.m. 9:04.
we're tracking other stories of the morning. this morning police are working figure out who killed a teenager in a fight outside a north philadelphia nightclub. police were called to the emergency cafe and lounge on the 400 block of east wyoming avenue at 3:30 a.m. someone shot a 17-year-old in the chest. crews rushed him to saint christopher's hospital for children where he died an hour later. investigators are looking for suspects in the shooting. in south jersey, police are investigating the crash there involving a pedestrian. the victim was hit on route 42 near green tree road in washington township gloucester county last night. police say they were trying to cross the southbound lanes of route 42 when it happened. washington township carnival which is sponsored by the washington township high school was taking place nearby at the time of the crash. so far no word on the victim's condition. police are looking for a man who abducted a woman from a west philadelphia street.
residence on the 5700 block of larchwood street were stunned when the pleasant afternoon was sharted by a woman -- shattered by a woman's cries. i kept hearing get off me, get off me. police say the kidnapping happened at 49th and lancaster at 4:00 a.m. the 20-year-old woman was sexually and physically assaulted and bound with duct tape. witnesses say the victim got out of the car 12 hours after the attack. police released the description saying else a black man in his 20s with dark complex and dread locks and long beard. he is driving a black car with tinted windows and the rear drivers side is covered with a trash bag. dui charges have been filed against a driver accused of hitting a pedestrian in burlington county. we told you about the crash on "action news" at 11:00 p.m. on friday night. the person was struck at 8:30 in hainsport. police say they have charged
27-year-old timothy minneral with dui. the victim is in critical condition at cooper medical center. it is win or go home for the flyers at the wells fargo center. they face the capitals in a crucial game 6 in the nhl playoff. they made an incredible come back and hope to force a game 6 on tuesday. they won the last two of their games holding off elimination. that includes the stunner in washington thanks to the goal minder michael neuvirth. the puck drops at the wells fargo center at noon. it has been 50 years since members of the cardinal dougherty marching band won the musical championship. this year they reunite knighted and showed they have -- they
reunited and showed they still have the musical talent. they picked up their horns last night and showed off their skills. this historic tour across europe to capture their championship included a performance at the vatican for pope paul vi. much more to come on "action news." cashing in while doing spring cleaning how you can make a little green while sprucing up. sounds good. but tents become airborne after winds whipping up during a track mete in california. sky6 live hd giving you a lovely glimpse at the philadelphia international airport. remember all that rain yesterday? not the case today. meteorologist chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when we see you after the break. [screaming]
california. soared over the golden gate bridge in from an yesterday. i took off from will a by on thursday -- from hawaii on thursday. when the sun goes down, it row lice on energy stored in the batteries. it has the wingspan of a 747, but its weight is that of an suv. >> reporter: that should do that for cars no more gas money. live on sky 6 we go lots of sunshine, comfortable temperatures. highs this afternoon will top out between 68 and 70 degrees. all the sun is glistening down as we look live at penns landing. 52 degrees in philadelphia. with a dewpoint of 20, so the air is dry and what effect that dry air has, dry air not only allows temperatures to warm quickly, but allows them to drop
quickly. overnight lows tonight will get into the upper 0s and low -- 30s and 40s. pressure reading 30 upon the 13-inch. rising winds out of the north. wilmington, 53. 52 in philadelphia. millville, 53. cape may, 53. trenton, 51. clear skies from maine all the way down into the virginias and the carolinas as high pressure continues to take a stronghold in the overall weather pattern here. the next system we're watching is days away across the front range and the high plains. you can seem the area of low pressure south of the bismarck. what will happen it will get its act together and slide east. a warm front will lose its steam and sink or sag down to the south as we get into tuesday. once that front slides through the air will get soupy, juiced up here, lots of instability as the temperatures climb into the
80s. with the front crossing into the air mass it will trigger showers and thunderstorms. today looks good, tomorrow is fine. it's tuesday we are concerned about here. future tracker 6, tuesday morning starts out fine. sun and clouds. as the front gets closer we see showers and isolated thunderstorms developing. this model is more bullish on the heavier thunderstorms. southern portions of new jersey and extending back toward the mason dixon line toward lancaster on tuesday evening. the front drifts to the south as we progress along into the overnight hours. rainfall totals, depending on where you live, depending on where the heavy thunderstorms set up. it could be half an inch to an inch and a quarter. some areas might not see too much others could see quite a bit. philadelphia an inch, wilmington and dover, shy of an inch of we're not anticipating
widespread severe weather, but some of the storms could pack a punch. severe winds need to be 58 miles per hour or higher. let's say they produce wind gusts up 45 to 50 miles per hour. this is under the severe criteria. this is tuesday afternoon into the evening. the greater chances of seeing the stronger winds is in the darker shades of green philadelphia south and west. 70 in allentown. philadelphia, 68. millville, 66. cooler along the jersey shore, you have ann onshore breeze, ocean temperature, 53, 54 that will keep the numbers in the upper 50s, low 60s. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 6 degrees today, sunny and nice. very warm monday, feeling like summer out there. 80 degrees with a slight increase in humidity. you'll notice that a little bit more on tuesday. mostly cloudy, showers and thunderstorms developing during the afternoon, wednesday quiet, more showers, thursday, friday and saturday are quiet near 70.
did you have fun at the union game? >> reporter: it turned out to be a nice time. i was worried for because it was raining for so long. the union game, soccer fans met with chris and david murphy and ali gorman and sarah bloomquist. they signed autographs and snapped pictures. chris showed off his soccer skills with "action news" viewers. take a look at that. [laughter]. you
by the age of 4 and five because the brain develops late in the pregnant and premature birth disrupts this process. researchers found that those who consume 35% or more of calories from fast food have higher chemicals in their bodies. the chemicals are used to make plastic more flexible. the researchers believe they may leech into the food during preparation or packaging. 9:19. a new study finds that a little indulgence once a week may help you lose more wait. researchers put study participants on the plan ten thousand 500 calories per week. half were allowed to eat whatever they wanted one day per week. at the end of two weeks, both have reduced body mass index and
those who had cheat treats they were happier. if you don't sleep well the first night in a hotel, guess what you're not alone. your brain may be trying to protect you. they found the brain responds to unusual sounds that led to a wrest atlantic restless night. local teens battling serious illnesses got to forget about that for one night and boogied the night away. they got the red carpet treatment at a. i. dupont hospital. they arrived in sports cars and fire trucks dropping them off. entertainment before the big dance include add flame thrower and music and dinner and dancing.
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high pressure in control. next feature we're watching is getting its act together coming off the front range. an area of low pressure that will skirt through the high plains states and the ohio valley and the mid atlantic states and moves into our neck of the woods on tuesday. there could heavy thunderstorms that develop. here's philadelphia right here. it will be warm across the tri state monday and tuesday, this frontal system hanging out. it will start to collapse to the south. it will kind of mix in with the warm and somewhat soupy air and that's going to lead to sudden explosion of showers and thunderstorms tuesday afternoon and some of them could be on the stronger side with that area here gusty winds and drenching downpours. not anticipating widespread severe weather on tuesday, but it could be enough to slow things down or cancel outdoor plans later in the day. today is awesome. pleasant, nice gentle breeze 68.
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was afraid he would be arrested. he was shocked that instead of getting a ticket he was taken to walmart with the officer bought him a car seat with his own money. he really made him feel at ease. we were talking the whole way. he was doing the best he can for his family. he thanked him and posted the story on facebook to insure the officer got the recognition he deserved for his generous actions. the officer said he wanted to help someone in need. i love that story. great positive story on a sunday morning. we need more of those. much more to come on sunday morning edition of "action news." more problems for the metro system in washington, d.c. we'll complain what caused an evacuation this weekend. violence at a prom in the
midwest. details on what left three people hurt this morning. s plus, chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day
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as we countdown to you primary tuesday. flush with purple ben franklin bridge paying tribute to a music icon while his family says thank you to all his fans. outside we go to meteorologist chris sowers nice day chris. >> reporter: it was chilly early on, but with the sun climbing and bright blue sky it's fantastic. pottstown got down to 35 degrees, the freezing mark is 32. so you were 3 degrees above freezing. quakertown 37. mount holly, both of theming out at 4 -- bottoming out at 42 degrees. allentown, 49. trenton, 51. millville, 53. dover, 352, a pair of 5s in cape may. cape may will not climb too much higher than that as the onshore breeze gets going. sea breeze limits the temperatures. highs 60 degrees at the shore. at light and radar, clear skies
out there we'll keep it that way from start to finish of high pressure in control. looking good. sunny conditions, 53 degrees. 1:00 p.m., 58. 3:00 p.m., 66 which is average for this time of the year. 5:00 p.m., 68 degrees mostly sunny conditions, again it's a different story down the jersey shore you'll need something with sleeves most of the time today you're stuck in the 50s you'll manage a high temperature of 60 degrees. we warm it up nicely tomorrow. everybody climbs into the upper 70s close to 80. when i come back in just a few minutes we'll talk about how long the warm temperatures last in the accuweather seven-day forecast. thanks for the update. philadelphia is once again ground zero in the contentious race for the white house. former first lady and secretary of state is returning to philadelphia tomorrow to stump for votes as she tries to maintain her momentum and keeping other opponent bernie
sanders from gaining steam going into the tuesday primary. bernie sanders has a rally schedule tomorrow night at drexel university. yesterday a huge crowd packed the chase center in wilmington, delaware to see the senator. he trailing hillary clinton in the polls in pennsylvania and delaware. on the republican side both donald trump and john kasich is returning to pennsylvania tomorrow. trurm will campaign at -- trump will campaign at wilks-berre and west chester. john kasich will be in holding a town hall in mckees rocks allegheny county. voters in pennsylvania will cast their ballot in the primary race for u.s. senate. there are four candidates seeking to win the democratic nomination each one wants to beat pat toomey in november. joe sestak, katie mcginty and
john fetterman and vodvarka. the candidates took part in a debate in our 6abc studios, you can see that today moderated by jim gardner later this morning beginning at 11:00 a.m. on 56 abc stay with "action news" for primary election coverage on tuesday, we'll have representatives from the league of women voters here to answer your questions, you can call the number on the screen 7:00 a.m. when the polls open until any close at 8:00 p.m. a person is dead after a single car crash on route 55 in south jersey. the action cam was at the scene mile marker 29 in millville. cumberland county. the car lost control in the southbound lanes and rolled over as the ran into the northbound lanes. the driver died and was thrown from the car. the northbound lanes were closed off, state police investigated and crews cleared the wreckage.
it was an 11-hour terrifying ordeal. now the search is on at this hour for a kidnapping suspect who police say took a woman at gunpoint and sexually assaulted her and held her captive for half a day. her dramatic escape happened in the middle of a west philadelphia street in broad daylight. jeff chirico has the details. i kept hearing her say get off me, get off me. >> reporter: neighbors on the 5700 block of larchwood street are stunned that. she had just a shirt on. >> reporter: police say the kidnapping happened at 49th animal lancaster at 4:00 a.m. 20-year-old woman was sexually and physically assaulted and bound with duct tape. police found a roll of irrelevant at the spot the victim broke free 11 hours later. the guy was like, they must
have had her tied up, she was trying and hysterical and everything. >> reporter: passers by helped the woman and called 911. a witness said her teeth were knocked loose and the kidnapper said he would kill her. there was a lot of yelling. >> reporter: police described the suspect as a 23-year-old black man dark complex, dread locks and long beard. he was driving a car with tinted windows and trash bag over the year drivers side window. you have to watch people that are closest to you and tell everybody to be safe. >> reporter: it is unclear how the victim was able to getaway. police have not released her condition. police are looking for one suspect. neighbors say they clearly saw two men hop in the car and speed away. at the special victims unit hunting park jeff chirico channel 6 "action news." gunfire disrupted a
birthday celebration in burlington county late last night. a woman was shot at the party at butler and hooker streets in riverside at 11:00 p.m. she was rushed to the hospital in critical condition. police have taken a person into custody. no word if the person has been charged. a group made a gruesome discovery along the cooper river in camden county this weekend. people working to clean up the river found bones along gateway park yesterday. pennsauken police are working to identify the remains which have been sent to the medical examiner. more than 150 people gathered at the market treat ballroom in chester, delaware county to celebrate the lives of those who dyed in gun violence in the city. the event was organized by a support group for families who lost loved ones in violence. he was a happy go lucky guy
i know he don't want me to be sad, so i pick it up, now i'm racing his son. concentrating on lightning the hearts of those who have suffered for years over the tragic deaths of their loved ones. women of strength hope to make this an annual evert. evert -- event. family and friends of prince say a celebration of the life is planned. the singer's former fiance and musician who used to perform with them were among the small group who attended the memorial at paisley park following the cremation of his body who died suddenly on thursday. prince was 57 years old. afterwards his family gave gifts to the many fans gathered outside paisley park. inside the box there were
pictures and cds and t-shirts. many say they wanted to honor the iconic superstar and had no idea they would be treated to gifts by his family. purple rain, purple rain ♪ you probe know that voice -- you probably know that voice, the tributes from other artists this weekend. bruce springn6abc.com with you. the new smart design fits any device you have, whether it's your tablet or smart phone, no matter how large or small that screen. check it out by visiting 6abc.coming time out to honor prince. this tribute will continue through don't. the time 9:38 there's more to
come on the sunday morning edition of "action news." smoke fills the metro in the nation's capitol this leads to evacuations. plus, we'll introduce you to a tennis player that is handily beating others who are less than half her age. that's the commodor barry bridge, it's a gorgeous day, meteorologist chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. we are really warming up. wait until you see the number for tomorrow. we'll be right back. narrator: listen to president obama endorse
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a $25,000 we ward is being offer for the conviction of whoever murder 8 people in four different homes near piketon. some of the members. family were killed as they slept. small children were left unharmed. 9:42. washington idea metro had to spend -- washington, d.c. metro had to spend service because of a fire on a platform. the entire system had to be shut down for a day in march for a safety inspection. all right, let's get you -- go ahead, nydia. let's toss it to chris an excellent forecaster, not so good at soccer. >> reporter: it's all about building up the kids confidence,
gray. let's go with that. >> reporter: let's go outside and show you what's going on. as we go live on sky6 live hd. there's the view beautiful shot looking back toward the center city skyline. hardly a cloud in the sky, if you see clouds they are high, thin cirrus clouds where the sun beats through them. double scan is clear. next chance of rain gets in tuesday afternoon with the passage of the front. 24 hours temperature change, cooler than this time yesterday, in 134 places such as 11 degrees cooler. allentown, philadelphia and millville, dover. 10 degrees colder than wilmington and wildwood. same number for trenton. translate to 40s and 50s this morning. 49 degrees in allentown. 52 in philadelphia. wilmington, 53. millville, 53. 56 in cape may. on the boards in atlantic city, 53 degrees, looks like a quiet stretch of weather coming up in the next 48 hours.
high pressure takes control of the overall weather pattern it's sitting right there, north of atlanta. you can see all the clear skies wrapping in around it. there's a storm that's starting to get its act together out here across the high plains. that will travel east. the cold front will sag to the south tuesday afternoon and evening. as the frontal system approaches we'll tap into the warmth to the south. 8:30 they are in the 60s. 66 in dazzles. dallas, memphis, 65. this area is climbing up to mid 80s to 90 degrees. that low will get closer to the mid atlantic and the northeast states. it will be warm and humid. could be the first real taste of humidity this season. future tracker 6 nothing going on today, we'll keep the skies clear. overnight tonight, it looks good, partly cloudy, tomorrow is another day featuring combination of sun and clouds.
monday night, same thing. tuesday is when the frontal system gets closer. clouds increase and lower and thicken throughout the day and eventually as the frontal system itself starts to ram into that warm and soupy air we'll get the showers and thunderstorms developing. by 8:00 p.m. expect to see a line of showers and downpours and maybe one or two heavier thunderstorms that could produce wind gusts in excess of 45 or 50 miles per hour and brief torrential downpour. pollen count is high both today and tomorrow it's at the top of the scale. pulls back tuesday as the rains come in and cleanse everything out only to go back up for wednesday. the next several days look a little dicey if you're an early sufferer. mostly sunny today, plenty, 68 degrees is the forecasted high. winds are light out of the north, northwest at 5 to 15 miles per hour. hour by hour we go, 58 degrees by 11:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m., 63. if you're planning your day all
you'll need is a pair of sunglasses and short sleeved t-shirt. 6 degrees by 5:00 p.m. it's a dry air mass it warms quickly 'cools down quickly, as well. 40 suburbs, 49 center city. 80 degrees warm monday, potentially another 80 for tuesday, right now we'll say 79 because the clouds are on the increase. that system hold off longer tuesday could be warmer that were monday. 67 degrees wednesday, chance of showers, thursday, a little bit cooler and high of 62. building their confidence. okay, chris. you can find the seven-day forecast and a live look at storm tracker 6 live double scan radar at 6abc.com/weather. a taste of california's wine country came to the delaware valley this weekend our own as the was hand or the event
at flowers winery in wallingford, delaware county. the rotory club hosted their springtime event. cesily and other guests sampled wine pairings from the winery that events
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a person fishing. the flyers need to win today if they want to stay alive in the playoff series. here's jeff skeverski with all your sunday morning sports. >> reporter: it's unreal, the flyers yes, they are still alive
game 6 today noon at home. how unlikely is this matchup? it's only the second time in the team history the flyers have forced a game 6 after trailing 3 games to none in the playoff series. it only happened in 2010 when they came back to beat the bruins. can they do it against the capitals. we win a playoff game despite the franchise low 11 shots on goal. somehow they are back in the series, if they want to win it against the capitals, they can't rely just on michael neuvirth. we have to believe it can happen. we understand it's not going to be easy. if he we play a game like we did last game we won't have the same outcome. it's a wake-up call for us. we need a better effort from our group. it's the biggest game of
the year and our careers and that's all we're focused on, one shift, one period, one game. >> reporter: unfortunately the flyers only have one power play goal. face off game 6 at noon. phillies are playing their best baseball in two years. the phils have not had a five hundred record this late in the season since may of 2014. they are showing promise, the young guys coming up big in milwaukee. phillies scoring a season 10 high. franco seven runs batted in the series. phils up 6-4. bottom five, franco in the field, looking like mike schmidt. 6 runs last night, 9th inning, opposite field, the two-run shot, phillies winning big.
10-6 that's a season high in runs. women soccer star carlie lloyd goes down with a right knee injury during a match in orlando. the delran, new jersey native will have an mri under -- monday. she suffered a non-contact right knee injury. her training say they help it is a sprain and not a tearful moment best of bulk to carlie lloyd hopefully she is okay. that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski. a tennis player who earned the nickname the legends went head to head with the top ranked players in the game who are 50 years her junior. at the age of 69 which was the oldest player on the court. she held her own in a match
against a 22-year-old player. she plans to keep playing enafter turning 07 in 6 months. good for her, looking good. maybe chris can take her on. sorry, chris, i'll leave you alone. 9:53. meteorologist chris sowers takes a look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. 5-year-old kid -- do you think you can do it?
the cost of living the pay stays the same. i have to work extra hours just to make ends meet. it's a big struggle. one person that really gets this is katie mcginty. she came from a working-class family. she was ninth of 10 kids. she gets it. she'll fight for equal pay for equal work. katie mcginty will protect social security and medicare. that's why president obama and vice president biden support her, too. she'll make a heck of a senator. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising.
>> meteorologist -- they were e these were not ordinary five year old. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, mostly sunny skies, high temperatures, 68 degrees, monday warm, summer-like high of 80. summer like tuesday, tuesday could be the warmer of the two days, that will depend on the timing of the cold front that will trigger showers and thunderstorms for the evening. 67 wednesday, thursday, showers and of 2. i made a lot of saves. chris was at the union game and got to play soccer with
five-year-olds and got his behind kicked. >> reporter: it was one goal. due to the pennsylvania u.s. senate debate this morning, this week with george stephanopoulos is next. >> reporter: off his big win in new york, donald trump promises a new presidential candidate, trump said yol toning it -- i don't like tone it down, charles koch is considering hillary clinton. it's all coming up on this week. "action news" continues at noon. here's some of the stories we're working on for you. the pennsylvania primary two days away, candidates are making a final push for votes we're live with the latest. plus it's being called a feast for the eyes, now this unique dance performance is coming to the area. now for chris sowers, gray hall
starting right now on "this week" with george stephanopoulos. is this the real donald? >> i sort of don't like toning it down. >> the new signs that trump is trying to make a presidential pivot. but can the brash front-runner tone it down enough to finally get the gop behind him? we're asking the republican party chair about the trump transformation. plus, one of the ultra secretive billionaire koch brothers breaks his silence about the 2016 race if a revealing abc news exclusive. >> is it possible another clinton could be better than another republican this time around? >> it's possible. it's possible. and bernie's long shot campaign. >> i am in this race to the end. >> he's pushing harder than ever. despite a nearly impossible path to the nomination. with tough contests ahead, will he damage hillary clinton before