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the two the train engineers were thought to be among the dead. one person still missing in the wreckage. the two black boxes have been recovered. they're now being analyzed for clues. this video taken by the turkish coast guard.
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lowered into the mediterranean sea before swimming to rescue a migrant who was clinging to the only part of a sunken boat that was still above water. the pair were hoisted up to the chopper. it's believed more than 20 other refugees were killed as that boat went down. a u.s. senator is asking federal transportation officials to look into the royal caribbean cruise that many of the thousands of passengers on board are calling a nightmare. the ship is scheduled to arrive at a port in new jersey later on tonight. its captain has been in touch with passengers as abc's linsey davis reports. >> reporter: new passenger accounts about these terrifying hours at sea. >> it's probably the biggest scare that i've had so far in my life. >> reporter: shara strand tells us she was so fearful for her life sunday night, she called her mother, just in case she didn't survive. >> i just wanted to call and say that i loved her. >> reporter: this royal caribbean cruise ship is on its way back to new jersey after
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miles per hour and 30-foot waves, prevented it from making it to its final destination of the bahamas. cell phone video captures flying furniture and shattered glass, as the ship moved right into a rough storm off the carolina coast. the captain tells the cruise director in a video, he didn't realize the magnitude of the storm ahead of time. >> the whole thing was not bigger than this and it was up here and it just exploded. >> yes, this storm did explode. it had rapid intensification. but that was forecast. this captain should have known what he was sailing into. >> reporter: because of more bad weather, the ship isn't expected to return back here until wednesday night. linsey davis, abc news, bayonne, new jersey. well, we're used to seeing demolition videos going smoothly but in houston, texas, a demolition has been caught on camera going very, very wrong. this eye witness video shows the demolition of a parking garage. the excavator gets way too close to the building. then the rubble falls right on top of the machine.
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that the operator of that machine was not hurt. terrifying. the government should issue more stringent rules for how rechargeable batteries are shipped on planes due to fire danger, that is according to the head of the ntsb. he says lithium-ion batteries should be separated from other flammable cargo and the number of batteries in a single cargo limited as well. it's suspected that such a battery sparked fire, destroyed an asiana airlines cargo plane in 011. gas prices are expected to plunge to a level not seen in years. analysts say drivers in michigan, indiana, ohio, illinois and missouri would see 99 cent gas as early as next week. and right now, nearly 90% of americans pay less than $2 a gallon. a huge surplus at refineries in the west and midwest is the reason that prices are going to a new low. welcome, welcome. >> yeah. we're okay with it.
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way. >> or is it? i haven't gotten -- >> yeah. >> it is? but parents may want to think twice before purchasing another happy meal after seeing these images. >> yeah, a chiropractor posted images on her facebook page that she claims she bought six years ago. fries a little bit shriveled. but those fries and the chicken nuggets didn't have the slightest trace of mold or decomposition. >> okay. so these images have not been confirmed. jennifer lovdahl says it's part of an experiment to prove how unhealthy the chemical in our food really are. >> they have lasting power. >> of course, mcdonald's said that this is a quote from them "in the right environment our burgers fries and other items could decompose. the reason is may not decompose comes down to a simple matter of simple science. >> could need decompose.
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conditions, they say, specifically moisture is what they're saying and bacteria, mold, may not grow unless there's decomposition. >> so you need to have moisture in order for it to decompose. >> that's their take on it. >> i don't know that helps me make it more appetizing. >> i was thinking of buying a happy meal because they get books. just for the week i think, this week and last week. >> just buy the new books. coming up in "the mix," an election night tantrum from a toddler upset with his mom's vote. with donald trump winning new hampshire, what's next for number two, john kasich and the rest? we'll get an inside look. and later love and money. the tough decisions couples who are falling in love face when it's time to marry and merge those finances. >> but you don't have to marry us to find us on facebook, wnnfans.com or twitter @abcwnn. you're watching "world news now." human coronavirus... hepati- >>c virus. there are a lot of different kinds of yucky germs.
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returning t frustrated voters from both parties handed revolutionary landslide victories to donald trump and bernie sanders in new hampshire. and in a reshuffling of the gop deck, john kasich finished in a distant second place. and as of this hour, ted cruz, jeb bush, marco rubio have maintained a tight three-way race for third place. too close to call. true to form, new hampshire voters refused to be predictable. >> yes, that has been consistent. the primary elections took the
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candidates' sails. it's your voice, your vote with abc's arlette saenz joining us now from manchester, new hampshire. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. as donald trump would say, it was a huge victory for him here in new hampshire. he beat his rivals by double digits just one week after losing the iowa caucuses to ted cruz. but what may be even more interesting is how the rest of the republican race shook out. ohio governor john kasich placed second here, and then following him, jeb bush, marco rubio and ted cruz, all bunched up within one point of each other.ntment of the night came from rubio who was riding on a high when he came here to new hampshire after placing third in iowa. but our news debate, he stumbled in that on saturday night. in his concession speech he said that was to blame for his loss here in iowa. the primary may breathe new life into the campaign of jeb bush who bet big here in new hampshire. his campaign and super pac spent nearly $30 million in campaign
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gop candidate in the state. these candidates all head down to south carolina now, where the battle is expected to be even more intense. the establishment feels so splintered right now, they're trying to find an alternative candidate to ted cruz and donald trump. kendis and reena. >> arlette, thank you so much. chris christie saying he's going to take a little time off. it was sad seeing him -- it's always sad. you can see his wife was a little emotional. the kids were emotional. they invest so much of everything into this and it's always sad to see, but it winnows down. nevada, fascinating, beyond south carolina. nevada, hillary clinton expected to do well because of a lot of latinos. she's strong with latinos. bernie sanders a lot of people saying he's going to invest more and possibly do well. >> 11 days out from nevada and south carolina for the republicans. so, a lot could change in this race. christie saying he's not necessarily suspending his campaign as yet. he's just going to take a breather and see exactly whether they're going to go forward.
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the republicans on saturday. the democratics have another one as well. so, a lot can happen. >> a lot can happen as marco rubio says, he knows his debate performance really impacted new hampshire. >> and it did. it's been interesting. who would have thought a reality show star has won the new hampshire primary. >> there's hope for you, kendis. >> yes. >> if you choose to run. >> that is true. coming up in our next half hour, protection against zika. the outbreak of the virus causing fears as cases keep popping up in the u.s. experts are now identifying the best mosquito repellents. but first, couples that save together, stay together. how to approach the awkward issue of finances with your spouse. you're watching "world news now."
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>> b.i.g. >> you like notorious. >> yeah. so, money is usually cited as one of the most divisive issues when it comes to relationships. couples rarely like to talk about it. >> you should. it's important. we know having a plan is one of the keys to savings and success. abc's rebecca jarvis shows us how couples can work together. >> reporter: brian and kayla met 2 1/2 years. >> we met volunteering. we both love dogs. >> somebody who loves dogs, how can you not fall in love? >> reporter: and plan to get married this summer, but talking about merging finances has been a challenge. >> for me, talking about money is very uncomfortable. >> reporter: according to a "newsweek" poll, 47% of couples say they did not talk about financial issues prior to getting married. >> you're not just talking about money, you're talking about choices had. >> reporter: we brought in jacquette timmons, the author of
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this couple plan their financial future together. >> kayla. >> please come on in. welcome. >> reporter: her number one tip -- >> sit down and map out, what are your goals, what are my goals and what are our goals. >> reporter: her advice, be open about finances. list each person's assets, debts and expenses. have a transition plan. decide if you want to merge bank accounts, who will play what financial roles, like paying bills and managing investments. and keep the conversation going after you're married. >> you are intentionally having what i call money dates. >> reporter: jacquette says that planning your wedding is a starting point. >> that's a perfect entree into some of the more awkward pieces of the conversation about money. >> reporter: beginning a life together on the right financial footing. rebecca jarvis, abc news, new york. >> what's the best financial advice you ever received? >> invest in the lotto.
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of time now time now for "the mix." we were talking about how campaigns can be so emotional. >> including the toddler who found out his mother was voting for bernie sanders instead of hillary clinton in new hampshire. you have to take a listen to this one. >> i want to show daddy. can you tell me? >> i want to vote for hillary >> oh, and momma didn't vote for hillary clinton? oh e okay. >> it's emotional because daddy did vote for hillary clinton, apparently.
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didn't vote for her as well. >> and you know, the thing that's coming out of new hampshire is a lot of people are saying that hillary clinton doesn't have the youth vote. clearly she has youth support right there. >> well, said, kendis. >> with this youngster. also out of new hampshire, an interesting scene yesterday. of course, as many people were voting, you had this at a voting booth. a 600-pound pig at a polling station there. 600-pound pig just wandered off from a farm and tried to get in. they wouldn't let him in. >> oh. >> and then this pig started chasing the police. >> wow. >> there could be many jokes there. >> this could be a case of voter intimidation. >> it is sort of. that pig hasn't been seen since. >> oh. >> it escaped from a farm and they finally got him back into his pen. >> we have lots around here, too. >> there are, clearly. >> welcome addition. okay.
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especially when you're dealing with your children. and your child is late for school. this dad took it to the next level in saratoga springs, patrick, you see his daughters there, isabella, who is 12 and sara, who is 7. sara, the little one, took a note into school from dad that said, sorry for the tardiness but isabella was lucky enough to see bruce springsteen and the "e" street band and, darned, if he didn't play for 3 1/2 hours. he said this may not seem like a good excuse. but can you imagine how many kids would be late if god were to library. >> so springsteen is close to godliness. so is sugar ray. you remember them? >> yeah. >> this is a popular class in san diego where these new parents do the baby dance class
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choreographed moves to sugar ray fly. >> what's the guy doing without the baby in the middle? >> i think he's the instructor. he's been working on these moves ever since sugar ray was a thing.
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this morning on "world news now," new hampshire's frustrated voters choose donald trump. and bernie sanders. the first primary results of 2016 and what's next for a long list of candidates. >> including hillary clinton. sounding defeated by sanders. her message to her campaign as she focuses on south carolina. we have extended coverage. new details this half hour. growing concerns about the vicious zika virus. >> the olympic athletes having second thoughts about competing in brazil and the best repellents to fight mosquitos. and later, johnny depp's decision to take a new movie role.
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that's in "the skinny" on this wednesday, february 10th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." good morning on this busy wednesday. i'm reena ninan. >> and i'm kendis gibson. of course, it is busy because we're talking all about the big election results, and some are still questionable right now, whether or not who came in third place in new hampshire. >> which i would say is important to know moving forward, who's going to drop out, what's going to happen in south carolina, nevada. >> absolutely. we did get this result. former virginia governor jim gilmore has received more than 100 votes in the new hampshire primary. and that's a big deal because that's almost tenfold compared to what he received in the iowa caucuses. he's still in the race. >> oh, boy. >> so let's talk about the landslides in new hampshire. voters in the nation's first primary throwing crucial support behind donald trump and bernie sanders. >> sanders triumphed over
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a majority of men, women and young people, including independents. trump came out on top of the republican pack. john kasich clinched second place. a few points ahead of the three-way battle for third. david wright. >> reporter: donald trump is the projected to win the republican primary. the democrats, bernie sanders, who celebrated by playing hoops moments earlier, hillary clinton had called him to concede defeat. >> because of a huge voter turnout, and i say huge -- >> reporter: governor kasich came out of nowhere and is now projected to take second. >> how could any man be so lucky to have all of you? >> reporter: third place still too close to project, between rubio, bush -- >> you all have reset the race. for that i am really grateful. >> reporter: -- and cruz. >> and the exact results are unknown. but right now, it appears that we are effectively tied for third in the state of new hampshire. >> reporter: depending who ekes
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marco rubio. >> i did not do well on saturday night. so tloiven this so listen to this. that will never happen again. >> reporter: referring to saturday night's abc news debate where rubio repeated that same memorized line from his stump speech over and over again. >> and let's dispel once and for all with this fiction that barack obama doesn't know what he's doing. >> there it is. there it is. the memorized 5-second speech. there it is, everybody. >> i want to begin by congratulating senator sanders. >> reporter: hillary clinton was gracious in defeat. suggesting she hopes to be the comeback kid in south carolina. >> it's not whether you get knocked down that matters, it's whether you get back up. >> reporter: despite her huge loss in new hampshire, the odds are ever in her favor moving forward in these hunger games. stay tuned for south carolina and nevada next. i'm david wright in concord, new
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>> and it really was an unforgettable night with the republicans leaning right and the democrats leaning left. >> and trump and sanders walking away as winners. abc's marci gonzalez continues our coverage live from manchester. hey, marci, good morning. let's talk about some of the other candidates, including a very emotional chris christie. >> reporter: hi, reena. yeah, he got very emotional during his speech tonight. he put a lot into the campaign here in new hampshire. and it just didn't work out the way that he hoped. so in his speech tonight, he said that he's actually going to go home to new jersey instead of carrying on to south carolina as he insisted that he would. so he's going home he says to watch for the final results from last night and to make the decision on whether or not he will stay in this race. but he says he has no regrets about the way he ran his campaign here. >> and the second place republican, john kasich, he just tweeted that he has an event in mt. pleasant, south carolina,
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his campaign going forward? >> reporter: he has a busy day in south carolina today. but some are raising concerns about whether he'll be able to have a repeat of what he saw here of that kind of success. you know, he did really well here because he spent more time in new hampshire than the other gop candidates. he held more than 100 town halls here. but his opponents are now trying to capitalize on this perceived idea that he's going to be weak moving forward. bush -- jeb bush sent out a note to his supporters and staff saying that there's a good talking point about kasich, saying that he has little to no chance in south carolina and he does not have the national organization that can compete. so kasich has a bunch of events planned in south carolina. he is saying he's staying positive and thinks he can do well there. but some people are raising questions. >> it's interesting. it was old-school politics that helped kasich win in new hampshire. he really hit the ground running there. >> he did. we'll sue hoe this bloodbath
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manchester, thank you. do stay with abc news all hampshire primary. we're going to check in with the hillary clinton campaign. that's later this half hour. republicans on capitol hill are calling the president's $4 trillion budget plan dead on arrival. among the president's proposals, a major new tax on crude oil that would raise the price of gasoline by 24 cents. the budget largely leaves alone huge benefit programs like medicare, social security, medicaid and food stamps. house speaker paul ryan called the budget a manual for growing the federal government at the expense of hard working americans. a grim warning from america's top intelligence officials. they now say that isis will attempt direct attacks on the u.s. sometime this year. national intelligence director james clapper testified before a senate panel. he is calling isis the country's top terror threat. he also warns as terrorists posing as refuse geese to sneak into other countries. concerns about the zika
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u.s. there are now 66 confirmed cases here in this country, 19 states and washington, d.c. some new states that are on the list now include delaware, indiana, ohio, pennsylvania, and tennessee. and overseas in china, that country reporting its first case of the virus. a man who had traveled to venezuela. and u.s. soccer star hope solo says if she had to choose whether to go to the summer games in brazil right now, she would not go because of fears about the zika virus. solo told sports illustrated that she would never take the risk of having an unhealthy child. the woman's national soccer team was scheduled to be briefed last night about the zika virus outbreak. >> so scary for so many of those female athletes. there's another health hazard for pregnant women this morning, one we've known for decades. data from a large national survey shows that more than 8%
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smoking tobacco during their when compared to previous years, the figure is an improvement. agree any amount of smoking is turning to the weather. and winter storm warnings for the mountains and higher elevations of the mid-atlantic region. up to 4 inches of snow has fallen in washington, d.c., and baltimore, and light snow is continuing across central pennsylvania, which could eventually see half a foot before the arctic cold moves in and the storm system dumped snow as far as south as the national weather service says a winter weather system moving through the state could dump as much as 2 inches of snow in higher elevations there. several school systems had delayed openings yesterday because of slick roads. from that cold to possible record high temperatures again today in southern california. it felt like midsummer in los angeles and orange counties and across much of the region. today's forecast calls 88 degrees in l.a., that would mean an all-time high record. temperatures are expected to remain in the low 80s.
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in oklahoma, firefighters are expecting another day of dangerous grass fires. low humidity and strong winds have been pushing the flames across bone-dry parcels of land. students in one area were kept late at school while crews worked to put out fires threatening their homes. police are telling drivers avoid roads that are shrouded in smoke. it sounds like basic common sense, but you kind of forget sometimes. >> that's the reminder right there. checking today's forecast, windy, dry, hot again out west. up to 20 degrees above normal. snow around the great lakes and northeast. chilly in the southeast with freeze warnings in northern florida. >> as we mentioned, 80s in los angeles and phoenix. 60s in miami and portland. 40s in kansas city and atlanta. 40s for new york and boston. 16 in chicago, oh, chilly 11 for minneapolis. well, they had terrific weather in denver for the bronco's big victory party. it starred with a mile long parade. >> von miller at one point
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while riding on top of a fire truck. denver's mayor estimating that 1 million people watched the parade or attended the rally that followed it. by the way, plenty of kids were there saluting their heroes, despite school actually being in session. excused absences were offered but only if parents let school officials know beforehand. >> and those notices probably went out sunday night after the game was called. >> exactly. it's really fun to see. i love it because it's so important for cities and such a great sense of spirit. >> having lived in washington the last five years, we haven't seen that. >> you haven't seen that. >> i wouldn't know what that's like. >> there's always the nationals though. they don't play in the super bowl though, do they? >> no, they play in the world cup. >> the world cup. all right. we're going to fix that. coming up in "the skinny," the legal battle for drug company ceo martin shkreli and the wu tang clan. >> interesting duo.
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for massage and intimacy. every touch, gently intensified. a little touch is all it takes. k-y touch. turning to our top story, a tidal wave of voter discontent has swept donald trump and bernie sanders into major victories in the new hampshire presidential primaries. and in a shake-up of the gop race, john kasich has launched himself into second place. and as of this hour, ted cruz, jeb bush, and marco rubio have maintained a tight three-way race for third place. still too close to call.
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hampshire was a stinging defeat for hillary clinton. >> both she and her campaign expected sanders would win. but not by this much. a 21% margin. abc's liz kreutz has the latest from the clinton campaign in new hampshire. good morning, liz. >> reporter: good morning, reena and kendis. hillary clinton just wrapping up her concession speech here, husband bill, daughter chelsea by her side. she called sanders to congratulate him last night. the clinton campaign always knew this would be a tight race, but the loss here is a real embarrassment for them. they've conceded that sanders has really tapped into anger and frustration among voters. here's what clinton had to say in her concession speech overnight. >> i know, i've had a blessed like to stumble and fall. and so many people across america know that feeling. and we've learned it's not whether you get knocked down that matters, it's whether you get back up.
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campaign sources telling me their focus is shifting to the next two states up, south carolina and nevada, where hillary clinton really needs to tap into that latino and african-american voter bloc in order to propel her to the nomination. reena and kendis? >> people would say that's one of hillary clinton's strengths is she does really well with my noefrt minorities particularly the african-american, latino community. >> it's going to be a tough road said. but that said, bernie sanders is trying to tap into that world. he's meeting with reverend al today at some point i believe in the new york city area. so it's not necessarily a fire wall for the former secretary of state. >> he's got a lot of money, too. so if you've got a little bit of money, keep going. >> he's outraising hillary clinton. >> interesting point. coming up, the rapper who brought his mom to battle for him. >> okay. and why kelly clarkson's baby
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skinny, so skin skinny so skinny well, this is exciting. leading "the skinny" this morning, big news for one of reena's favorite rap groups. >> i don't know why bernie sanders isn't meeting with him, by the way. wu-tang clan fighting against infamous ex-pharmaceutical ceo martin shkreli after beefing with congress by pleading the fifth and calling them imbeciles
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that's what they said. he now has a killer on his trail as in ghost face killer. >> the wu-tang rapper released a video slamming shkreli for gouging drug prices while winning an exclusive album they auctioned off to him for $2 million. ghost face let's shkreli has it but then he brings in the big guns, his mama. >> you wicked boy. you wicked boy. how were you raised? >> tell him, ma. >> do you have any morals? >> tell him, mama. get him. >> i can't believe you. come on now. this man is too good for you. >> bring in mama. see, jeb bush did it. now wu-tang clan is doing it. bringing in mama. and in a strange twist, shkreli, ghost face and other wu-tang clan members find themselves on the same side. >> a new york artist is suing shkreli, wu tang and the album
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copyright infringement, claiming his port rats of group members were included in the auctioned album without his permission. >> i get why bernie sanders didn't meet with the wu tang clan. maybe he thought it would be too much right now. he'll meet probably with his mama. mama's bad. >> big news out of hollywood for one of its best known leading men, johnny depp, tapped for a major reboot. >> depp had a rough 2015 on the big screen. there was a ridiculed flop "mordecai" and a strong performance in "black mass" that yielded very little in awards recognition. regardless, depp is moving forward. we've learned last night he will star in an adaptation of the h.g. wells story, "the invisible man ". >> this was first made for the big screen in 1933 and starred claude rains as the scientist who becomes unhinged after turning himself invisible. i like the old school remakes. >> we'll see how depp does.
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we found against the zika virus were the ones that contained either 25% deet or 20% picaridin. both protected for about eight hours. >> reporter: those infected with zika may become ill with symptoms like fever, rash, joint pain or red eyes. and when pregnant women become infected the virus has been linked to a severe birth defect, called microcephaly. while the cdc says it's safe to use repellant while pregnant or nursing, they recommend using an epa-registered insect repellant and pay close attention to the linzie janis, abc news, new >> that's a big fear. i know when i was pregnant, i didn't want to put off. you didn't want chemicals. >> you don't want anything. it's a frightening thing. the olympics are only six months away. so, a lot of these female athletes are worried about what the situation will be come six we'll see. all right. don't miss our updates on facebook @wnnfans.com. >> so much more coming up here
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good morning. good morning. i'm reena ninan. >> i'm kendis gibson. here are some of the top headlines we're following on this morning on "world news now." a resounding reflection and rejection of politics as usual. donald trump and bernie sanders win big in new hampshire. john kasich's investment paid off. and the race for third place at this hour too close to call. our extended coverage is just ahead. president obama is proposing a major new tax on crude oil that would raise the price of gasoline by 24 cents. it's part of his new budget sent to congress already being called by republicans dead on arrival. soccer star hope solo says if she had to choose whether to
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right now, she would probably skip the games in fear about the zika virus. the u.s. olympic committee says it is keeping a close eye on the virus outbreak. and denver's mayor says a million people turned out to celebrate the broncos super bowl victory, peyton manning and his teammates rode on fire trucks through the city streets before a big public rally. those are some of our top stories on this wednesday, february 10th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." good morning to you, everyone. we're going to get started with the incredible night for both donald trump and bernie sanders getting a huge vote of confidence from new hampshire voters. not sure that i nailed the huge properly there. trump easily took first place as predicted. the surprise of the night, john place victory.
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still too close. >> sanders pulled off a solid win against hillary clinton, the oldest candidate in the race, getting the seal of approval from young voters and many others. abc's marci gonzalez begins our coverage live in manchester. good morning, marci. >> reporter: good morning, guys. clinton admitted in her concession speech that she has a lot of work to do, especially with young voters. but she and most of the other continue on, despite those landslide wins. >> oh, wow. >> reporter: a huge victory for >> we're not going to forget you. you started it. remember, you started it. >> reporter: and a long anticipated win. >> thank you, new hampshire. >> reporter: for bernie sanders. >> we have sent the message that will echo from wall street to washington, from maine to california. >> reporter: hillary clinton, who won here in 2008, conceding but still confident. >> now we take this campaign to the entire country.
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vote in every state. >> reporter: john kasich now projected by abc to come in second on the republican side. >> there's magic in the air with this campaign. >> reporter: with ted cruz, jeb bush and marco rubio in a close battle for third. >> i did not do well on saturday night. so listen to this. that will never happen again. >> reporter: two-thirds of voters in abc exit polls calling recent debates an important factor in their decision. >> made up my mind this morning at coffee. >> reporter: it all came down to those undecided voters and a big turnout at the polls. one precinct staying open late with the last minute line of traffic to get in two miles long. and with the gop candidates now focused on south carolina, chris christie says he's going home to decide whether he'll continue in the race. kendis and reena? >> okay.
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about hillary clinton, you know, after her concession speech, what's next for the former secretary of state? >> reporter: kendis, she's really keeping up with her whole fighter theme. that she's been able to get up after she's been knocked down. her campaign put out a note tonight after the concession speech saying the nomination will likely be won in march because voters going to the polls next month are different than those who voted in iowa and new hampshire. they include voters, they say, with a broader range of races and religions. so they're being very optimistic moving forward. kendis and reena? >> marci, what's the deal with ben carson? we didn't really hear anything from him last night. what's happening with his campaign? >> reporter: you know, he spent very little time here in new hampshire. and he actually left early yesterday to go to south carolina. he canceled a watch party that he had planned here tonight because he's really putting a lot of emphasis on the race in south carolina, thinking he'll have a better chance of connecting with voters there. >> we'll have to see what happens. abc's marci gonzalez live in manchester.
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there were two stunning victories, trumpb trump and sanders, and trump had plenty to say to his supporters. >> yeah, those supporters made up of both conservative and moderate republicans alike. our coverage continues this morning with abc's tom llamas. tom, good morning. >> reporter: a wild scene here in manchester. the crowd of supporters for donald trump thrilled about his victory. trump took the stage to chants of "build that wall, build that wall." clearly trump's message on immigration, on the military, and also on assisting veterans helped him in the granite state. now, this is trump's first victory. he comes out number one and he follows a second-place finish in the iowa caucuses. trump said he's on his way to south carolina now. what i noticed is his bravado, his swagger and his confidence is definitely back. that's something that took a hit after that second-place finish in iowa, but that vintage and donald trump, that first shot him to the top of the polls across the nation is back. he says he's taking all of that to south carolina. reena and kendis?
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the republicans for abc news. and clearly this was a shakeup for the republicans. >> and it's your voice, your vote. abc's deputy political direct shu shan walsh breaks it all down. good morning, shush. >> reporter: good morning. two of the most improbable candidates at the start of this race are on top here. donald trump and bernie sanders are the winners of the new hampshire primary. the reality television star and self-proclaimed democratic socialist cruised to easy victories in the first primary state. sanders defeating hillary clinton in a state she beat then-senator barack obama in eight years ago. in her concession speech, she tried to reach out to minority voters, critical voting blocs in the next contest of south carolina and nevada. as well as young voters who backed sanders in stunning numbers. eight out of ten young voters here in new hampshire supported sanders over clinton.
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may not be supporting her, but she said, i support them. and the race for the anti-trump vote on the gop side didn't become much clearer, but ohio governor john kasich came in second. ted cruz, jeb bush, and marco rubio will all still fight it out. more candidates in the race means good news for trump as there is no one alternative to the real estate mogul. and voters don't coalesce around one other candidate. john kasich told his supporters he won because of his positive message, saying last night, there's magic in the air. new jersey governor chris christie came in sixth place here in new hampshire and told his supporters he was going home with his family to contemplate the future of his campaign. reena, kendis? >> shushannah, thank you so much. we'll bring you the mood from the sanders campaign and all the memorable speeches from new hampshire as our coverage continues. that's later this half hour. first let's get to some other stories we're covering this morning. two months after the deadly san bernardino shooting the fbi still cannot unlock one major clue. the head of the fbi says
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phones. james comey tells congress it's encryption is interfering with terrorism investigation. and over in boot mother, a judge must now issue a decision about whether a convicted killer whose case gained attention through the podcast "serial" should get a new trial. adnan syed's case was the subject of a five-day court than expected. he's serving a life sentence for the murder of his ex-girlfriend. there's no timetable for when the judge will issue his written ruling on whether syed should get another trial. nasa says it is unlikely a man in india was killed by a meteorite as the indian government officials had claimed. the incident happened over the weekend on the campus of a private engineering college. but after looking at pictures online, nasa scientists said that small meteorites do not start fires or cause explosions when they hit the ground. they said the evidence was more consistent with a land-based
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space. back here in the u.s., it should be quiet a scene tonight at a port in new jersey when a royal caribbean mega liner pulls in after what many accounts was a nightmare cruise to nowhere. the more than 6,000 people on board endured giant waves and hurricane force winds all of this over the weekend. the ship's captain claims the storm they encountered was more powerful than what was forecast. but one senator is now calling on federal transportation officials to investigate this entire cruise. royal caribbean has already apologized to the passengers. they are all getting a full refund and special offers toward a future cruise. one of the world's smallest babies has gone home for the first time in her life. e'layah faith was born september 23rd in charlotte, north carolina, after an emergency c-section. she was 14 weeks early and weighed just 10 ounces. well, yesterday, after four months of blood transfusions and careful feeding, doctors said she's ready to head home.
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more thrilled. >> i want to know who she is because she is feisty. i'm ready to see what's in store. >> she must be feisty. the team of doctors at carolina's medical center called her tater tot. she now weighs five times her birth weight, that's 5 pounds, 7 ounces. look at that gorgeous baby. she seems like a fighter. >> just wait till her teenage >> exactly. >> you'll find out what kind of young lady she will be. well, today is ash wednesday, and that means lent has begun and that means plenty of folks probably need to do a little more exercising today. >> yeah, we're saying that because they likely spent their day eating those polish jelly filled doughnuts only served on fat tuesdays. one bakery in milwaukee was filling huge orders. one person ordered 75 dozen of them. >> what? >> yeah, they said some of the bakers worked for 16 hours straight to meet demands. >> what's the other guy going to eat? why don't we ever get these?
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for next year. >> we have to get in our rider. in new orleans, mardi gras partying is winding down. is this live pictures from bourbon street here? people are still out. and now many of the were having a grand time in the french quarter last night can start dealing with their hangovers once they sober up. the party ended at midnight when police and street cleaners made their way through. lent ends on easter which is sunday, march 27th. >> got to figure out what i'm giving up this year. coming up, we're returning to our top story. the results of the new hampshire primary. >> including the big boost for bernie sanders' campaign. what insiders are telling us overnight after a very clear-cut victory. and later, the best one-liners in political speeches of the night. the candidates in their own words. >> and it's ash wednesday. it's very dry in new orleans. that's noel's joke. it was dry in new orleans, ash wednesday. >> we get it. we get it. we get it.
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k-y touch. returning to our top story, voters demanding a major change on both sides of the political aisle have overwhelmingly swept donald trump and bernie sanders to victory in new hampshire. and in a reshuffling of the gop, john kasich, soon there, surged to a distant second place. as of this hour, ted cruz, jeb bush and marco rubio have maintained a tight three-way race for third place. but it's too close to call. >> vermont senator bernie sanders trounced hillary clinton by a projected 20-plus percentage points. >> and he says his win is sending a profound message to the political establishment, the economic establishment and to the media establishment. abc's mary alice parks is in concord, new hampshire, with the sanders campaign. good morning. >> reporter: that's right, reena
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bernie sanders didn't just win here in new hampshire. he won by a landslide. the independent senator from vermont did particularly well with young voters and voters who said they wanted an outsider. he also did well with those who said they were worried about the economy. but you can imagine here last night, there was very little worry. it was a celebration, a giant party. bernie sanders's supporters know that now he leaves new hampshire with quite a lot of momentum into the next few states in nevada and south carolina. he thanked his volunteers, but he also sort of switched his tone. he said that his victory here was sending a profound message to the political and economic establishment. he actually said that his victory was serving notice to the establishment, and he said that he was able to win because of huge voter turnout. using what sort of has now
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enthusiasm and energy, he said, and it is exactly that enthusiasm and energy that he believes will be necessary for democrats to win in november. >> thank you so much, mary alice. >> quite a big night there in new hampshire for bernie sanders. should point out, just about this time last year, it was the opposite where hillary clinton was polling in the 60s and bernie sanders was down at 19%. so incredible change there. >> it's also a historical moment because bernie sanders is the first non-christian. he's jewish. even though he says he believes god is, in his own words, he said all of us are connected. all life is connected. that's why we're all tied. he is the first jew and non-christian to win a political parties. but it's also amazing we're calling this such a big moment. >> that's a big deal. >> that's a big deal, exactly. >> all right. we'll see how it plays out in
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>> abc's political analyst matthew dowd has a full wrap of the results including what's next for the presidential candidates. >> i want to say i still love new hampshire and i always will. >> first, i don't think she expected to lose by the margin she lost which was huge. in the course of new hampshire. keep in mind, this was a state she won in 2008 against barack obama. and now she's come and lost it against bernie sanders. this is going to totally affect the race going forward which is what is likely to happen is bernie sanders is going to rise coming out of this because of a bump of positive press. >> we won. because we harnessed the energy and the excitement that the democratic party will need to succeed in november. >> and then he's going to start leading in certain statements around the country. so she's in a real fight now for the nomination. still favored, but she's going to have to fight this out. through march and probably into
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i think this is the perfect storm for donald trump, which is he wins, he exceeds his poll numbers. he wins by double digits. he recovers from a loss and now he has multiple candidates to run against, which is the perfect scenario for him. >> we have to thank the candidates because they really -- we have some very talented people, and to be people even if it's for one week. but believe me, it's going to be for many weeks, okay? >> he doesn't do well if it's one-on-one. i think he goes into south carolina heavily favored, probably wins and goes into the march 1st states in still a dominant position. the establishment tonight is probably in full-on panic mode. what scenario can they put together that is able to stop him? i'm not saying he's not going to fall. right now, donald trump is the dominant candidate in this race. >> a lot of people saying online that the republicans need to follow beyonce's advice and get in formation behind an
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>> beyonce formation for the republican party? >> i'm sure there is right about now. yeah, a lot of people are saying they need to consolidate. >> what's interesting, the last primary is d.c. june 14th. are we going to go that long? >> yes, the important d.c. primary. >> interesting. >> all right. coming up, memorable moments. primary. >> interesting. >> all right. coming up, memorable moments. ere do you think you're going? to work, with you. it's taco tuesday. you're not coming. i took mucinex to help get rid of my mucusy congestion. oh, right then i'll swing by in like 4 hours. forget the tacos! one pill lasts 12 hours. i'm good all day. wait! your loss. i was going to wear a sombrero. only mucinex has a bi-layer tablet that starts fast, and keeps working. not 4, not 6, but 12 full hours. start the relief. ditch the misery. let's end this. >> i'm alex trebek. if you're age 50 to 85, this is an important message. so please, write down the number on your screen. the lock i want to talk
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in this race is who is prepared to be commander in chief? >> when i'm president of the united states -- >> as president, i will defend this nation. >> we need a president with a steady hand. >> we will go home to new jersey tomorrow morning. we will make a decision on our next step forward. >> we've learned it's not whether you get knocked down that matters. it's whether you get back up! >> there's magic in the air with this campaign. we see this as an opportunity for all of us, and i mean all of us, to restore the spirit of america and to leave no one behind. am i right? that's what we're all fighting for. >> that's why they cannot win this election. that's why we must win this election and we will win this election. >> they're throwing everything at me except the kitchen sink. and i have the feeling that kitchen sink is coming pretty soon. >> but i heard parts of bernie's speech. he wants to give away our country, folks. he wants to give away.
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happen. >> together, we have sent a message that will echo from wall street to washington, from maine to california. >> now we take this campaign to the entire country. we're going to fight for every vote in every state. we're going to fight for real solutions that make a real difference in people's lives. >> some important dates, bilt, coming up straight ahead. so you have on february 20th is the nevada caucuses for the democrats and the republicans will have their primary in south carolina. then the democrats will have their primary in south carolina on the 27th of this month. so they have a few days to get things together. >> it will be interesting. >> that's the news for this half hour. >> remember to follow us on facebook @wnnfans.com
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