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purgatory between greece and macedonia since macedonia and its neighbors shut their borders. the rain doesn't stop, she says. it's disgusting. the children are suffering badly from the cold. the way forward blocked by razor wire and macedonian police. behind back to the aegean sea is not an option. about 3,000 refugees attempted to go around the fence crossing a rushing river tuesday. it was chaotic and several people drowned and the macedonians detained and deported about 700. the others we found walking back the three miles to camp earlier today. ambitions moving on to mad doania crushed. we want a solution, she says. we cannot take it anymore. we want to kill ourselves. this is a disaster. and back to the greek camp they went. this man has been here for three
we are running away from isis, this man says. we are from the ton of hasaka. we have doctors and engineers. we are only searching for security and peace. as refugees continue to flood into greece eu countries will meet later thursday to discuss the crisis and refugees here hope that means opening the borders. reena, kendis. >> so powerful. molly hunter out there. it is a story i feel sometimes is like wallpaper. we've seen it so many times. how do you get across to viewers at home just how difficult and how horrendous the situations they're going through. >> molly has a longer version of that story. an 11 minute version posted on abcnews.com. it's really worth watching. it's important. >> you don't often think of the conditions among her twitter feed, she was talking how it's raining there all the time. they're setting up type i fires to keep people warm but the rain keeps putting fires out. basic things like staying warm, food and shelter so tough.
getting better anytime soon. >> that's right. >> we appreciate her work there. we're going to move on to mother trez who spent her life aiding the needy and downtrodden and is just months away from sainthood. the ceremony set for september 4th, the day before the 19th anniversary of her death. nun also known as the saint of the gutter cleared the final hurdle in december. that's when pope francis approved a second miracle attributed to her. what's left after you've danced with the president? for 107-year-old virginia mclauren, it's dancing and clowning around with the harlem globetrotters. a pair of them joined grandma virginia as she's called to celebrate her birthday at a charter school where she volunteers. >> the players are about twice her height but gave her her own globetrotters uniform. grandma asked to meet grandma virginia but they asked to meet her. >> her number is 107 because it's her 107th birthday sfwoo we
be dancing with the rockettes later on this year. >> is she really? i believed you there. >> who knows. >> you know what, don't put it past her. we're going reporting on that next week. >> coming up, the top story with the memorable moments last night from the candidates. >> including marco rubio and his heartfelt message to supporters as his campaign comes to an end. >> later george clooney and his glamorous wife turning into "a" list international activists. you'll see the refugees. they're anxious to help. that's after our forecast map. 46 degrees in great falls today. that's it. >> no other community happenings? >> that's it. narrator: breakfast. dishes. dinner. dishes. marriage. dishes. divorce. dishes. sleeping. (snoring) (sputtering) dishes. not sleeping. dishes. life. dishes. death. dishes.
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ohio and illinois. donald trump won the most states and delegates. among the republicans that is. trump winning three states among them, florida and ohio, governor john kasich won in his home state. his first crucial victory of the campaign season. the main consequence of donald trump's victory in florida was that it drove senator marco rubio out of the race. >> abc's ines day la core tara was there in miami last night as rubio said he had reached the end of his campaign trail. good morning, ines. >> reporter: that's right, guys. it was the end of the road for marco rubio. the flo senator lost his home state toyota donald trump and announced he was suspending his campaign. >> thank you. >> reporter: he was once dubbed the republican savior but after 11 months of hard work, marco rubio is leaving the race. for rubio, florida was do or die. but on tuesday, he lost to trump here by over ten points. he hit trump repeatedly during his concession speech.
against other people will not just leave us a fraud party, they're going to leave us a fractured nation. america needs a vibrant conservative movement but one built on principles and on ideas, not on fear, not on anger, not on preying on people's frustrations. >> reporter: still the freshman senator tried to remain optimistic. >> while it is not god's plan that i be president in 2016 or maybe ever, and while today my campaign is suspended, the fact that i've even come this far is evidence of how special america truly is. >> reporter: and one thing to note, guys, rubio repeatedly used the term this year. perhaps a reminder he will only be 48 years old by next cycle. reena, kendis. >> thank you so much ines. "time" magazine called marco rubio the republican savior at some point. i've said this from the beginning. i think 2018 he could run for governor of florida because you
i think he could do well. some people have said he's kind of upset some of the republican establishment over there. can he heal the wounds? we'll have to see. >> he tried to do a little bit of healing last night with his speech. he was the first republican candidate other than donald trump to kind you have actually recognize what trump is tapping into and reaching out to that audience and those voters last night in his speech. so maybe he's starting that pivot already. we shall see what's next for the senator. all right. coming up, more on the refugee crisis. >> and the clooneys, amal and george using their unique skills to help in the humanitarian aid.
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we always look around at the end of these tragedies and say if we knew, we would have done something. and the reality is, of course, we know. >> reporter: the actor humanitarian and human rights attorney teaming up with the international rescue committee for the fifth anniversary of the syrian civil war. >> what is shocking to me is not that it happened. but that it continues to happen and it's been happening for five years. >> reporter: the syrian crisis left 60 million refugees displaced throughout the world. >> it's actually easy to dismiss giant numbers but it's very hard to dismiss a young child sitting on the ground crying when her mother said if i die, we want to die by a bullet because it would be quicker. >> reporter: the couple sitting down with syrian refugees in berlin to hear their story. >> we got arrested in political prison. last time i got tortured. it was electricity hitting stuff. >> my own family's from lebanon
a war and were lucky enough to be accepted by european country in 1982 when the violence there was really bad. >> reporter: amal known, of course, for her accomplished reputation for conquering courtrooms and fighting for human rights visibly touched by each story. >> i hope as you say you will be able to go back to a safe and free syria. >> reporter: since the power couple maried in 2014, they've shared a love of activism joining together to champion shared causes. and now together with the irc, they hope to bring attention to the global refugee crisis and raise emergency funds to help rescue millions. >> being here and talking with you is important to remind them of who we are. and who we have always been. which is you. >> reporter: rachel smith, abc news, new york. >> i think it's remarkable that that couple devotes so much time to help refugees. you see how amal it is something
>> absolutely. we were mentioning at the top of the hour this is really a crisis worse. germany is closing its border once again to refugees. so there's a big need out there. >> i like to look at the hope. i'm glad that the cease fire has been in place. see what happens i'm going to stay hopeful. >> i like to look at george and amal. (ugh.) does your carpet ever feel rough and dirty? don't avoid it,
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is all i can tell you. i love you. i want you to know something. we're going to go -- we are going to go all the way to cleveland and secure the republican nomination. >> i want this crowd here tonight to give a great, a great response to a very, very great talented and fine united states senator, marco rubio, for the effort that he has done. >> i want to congratulate marco rubio on having run a really tough campaign. he's tough. he's smart. and he's got a great future. >> i want to congratulate donald trump on his victory, a big victory in florida. no, no, no, no, no. but after tonight, it is clear that while we are on the right side, this year, we will not be on the winning side. may god strengthen the republican party. may god strengthen our eventualal nominee and may god always bless and strengthen this great nation, the united states of america.
>> and i say to those cowardly republican governors, if you are afraid of a free and fair election, get out of politics. get another job. >> we should be breaking down barriers, not building walls. we're not going to succeed by dividing this country between us and them. you know, running for president is hard. but being president is harder. it is the hardest, most important job in the world. and no one person can succeed at the job without seeking and finding common ground to solve the problems we face. if we work together, we can make a real difference in people's lives. >> it was a big night. >> it was a big flight. looking forward to next week too and see what happens. >> yes, arizona as you mentioned and idaho among the states that are voting next week. congratulations to all the winners
this morning on "world news now," political bombshells from the mini super tuesday. >> from marco rubio's farewell to big victories for hillary clinton and john kasich. what's next for donald trump after the votes come in from five critical states. >> ballot battle. the mood of the voters making critical choices last night. the issues and strong opinions about the candidates revealed in exit polls. we have it all covered. >> pain pill crack down. prescription drugs powerful and addictive. the new guidelines on parrishs and doctors.
simpson told behind bars. what a corrections officer is revealing for the first time. it's wednesday, march 16th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> we do say good morning to you on this super hump day as as it's been dubbed in the studio. >> super hump day because of the big results last night. >> the big super tuesday which is kind of bleeding into this morning. it's still a long morning and long night for many folks because the results are still coming in right now. but yeah, what a night it was for hillary clinton. huge night. donald trump very big and john kasich got in on the act. clinton regaining momentum after last week's surprise loss in michigan. >> trump gaining in delegates but stopped from a full sweep by kasich in ohio. clinton winning a close contest in illinois, plus ohio, florida and north carolina. >> kasich with that hugely important victory in his home state of ohio. trump and cruz were locked in a
and taking a closer look at that big win there, in ohio, the voters there giving a ten-point victory to their governor and likely insuring another fight in the buckeye state at the convention this summer. >> donald trump's big victory in florida came at the expense of senator marco rubio who had to win his home state in order to stay in the race. >> obviously that did not happen. and rubio ended his campaign last night. abc's marci gonzalez joins us now from miami with the details on all the results. a big night and a big morning. good morning, marci. >> reporter: hi, kendis and reena. yeah, it is now a three-man race on the republican side. as you mentioned, dot coming away the winner of the biggest contest of the day here in florida. but that one loss that you mentioned could complicate his path to the nomination. millions of americans in five states lined up to cast their votes. the front-runners are celebrating big wins.
>> we're going to go forward. and we're going to win. but more importantly, we're going to win for the country. we're going to win, win, win. >> reporter: but the night quickly claimed his first campaign. senator marco rubio losing his home state of florida to donald trump and bowing out. >> while it is not god's plan that i be president in 2016 or maybe ever, the fact that i've even come this far is evidence of how special america truly is. >> reporter: but it wasn't a clean sweep for trump. governor john kasich dealing him a critical loss projected to take his home state of ohio and all 66 of its delegates. >> i have to thank the people of the great state of ohio. i love you. >> reporter: that win keeping his campaign alive but ted cruz saying overall results show it should be a head to head contest between himself and trump. for the democrats, a big night for hillary clinton. claiming multiple victories. >> we are moving closer to
nomination and winning this election in november! >> reporter: bernie sanders already an arizona one of the states to vote next saying it's not over yet. >> phoenix, are you ready for a little revolution? have you come to the right place. >> reporter: yeah, he is staying optimistic despite all of that momentum that clinton gained last night. especially with that blowout win here in florida. kendis and reena. >> marci, with no clean sweep for donald trump, what sort of challenges does he face next? >> reporter: arizona will be really telling for him and that primary next week. it col really determine whether the gop convention will be contested. but if he does end up being the gop nominee, politico is now reporting several conservative leaders are planning a private meeting this week in washington, d.c. to determine how they could
put together a third party run for someone they consider to be a "true conservative." kendis and reena? >> and arizona might be a big, big week for him, as well because immigration is huge, of course, in that state. >> good point. abc's marci gonzalez live in miami. thank you so much. well, as the dust settles from yet another big series of primaries among the key questions that remain is, what's next? >> and we ask abc news political director rick klein for his take. good morning, rick. >> reena and kendis, ohio stirred something up that only meaning the republican convention over the summer. donald trump winning a couple of states but losing critical kasich. marco rubio leaving the race but kasich likely to emerge as the alternative. when you combine that with the fact that ted cruz continues to accrue delegates, have you three candidates moving forward and donald trump is likely to be the person that ends this process else.
necessarily have a majority. that means you might have that contested convention. it would be all about ohio. some big tests ahead and big vushls that reveal themselves around the republican front runner. >> thanks to rick klein there. an let's take a look right now at the all-important delegate count. trump won the largest share of the delegates last night but cruz continues to accrue delegates, as well. meaning trump will have to fight for every delegate through the spring as rick mention inned. on the democratic side, clinton won about 300 delegates last night, making it all but impossible for sanders to make up the difference before july. our election coverage does not end here. we're going to look at the mood of the voters before last night's primaries and the issues that mattered most. that's later in this half hour. another major headlines this morning. there's been another police shooting this time in fort worth, texas. police had tried to stop an suv to serve outstanding warrants. that led to a high speed chase. a chase on foot and a shoot-out. the police officer is in
one of the suspects is dead and the other, his son, is in custody. the city of ferguson, missouri is accepting a justice department plan to overhaul its police department and courts. there were cheers when the council so theed in favor. the city rejected the plan a month ago. and instead approved a modified version. the justice department sued. the plan is supposed to correct problems found after the michael brown shooting 18 months ago. >> belgium on high alert after an anti-terror raid linked to the paris attacks belgian and french police still looking for other suspects after the raid of a home in brussells. one terror suspect was killed. paralyzed the entire neighborhood putting a school, daycare center and auto plant on lockdown. a suspect killed in the raid was his arms. breaking in us from north korea where an american tourist of hard labor.
accused of trying to steal a political banner hanging on the wall of his hotel. a university of virginia student, evers seen on video tearfully apologizing for his alleged crime and asking for forgiveness. >> i don't know how washington, d.c. is going to handle this. >> they're not. >> this is crazy news. hundreds of thousands of commuters are find willing a different way to work this morning in d.c. the service has been shut down on the entire metro subway system for emergency inspection of the electric cables after an electrical fire pooh erupted monday morning sending smoke pouring into a tunnel downtown. >> the findings show commonlaw alts with the cable fire and the fire a year ago. while the risk to the public is low, i cannot rule out a potential life safety issue here. >> i don't remember this ever happening. i went to school there. criticism of the sudden shutdown has been exploding with the #metro maygeddon or metro
>> that about sums it up. just an unprecedented move. the country's second largest subway i system. investigators may have i the cause for this week's amtrak derailment in kansas. a truck carrying feed for cattle had shifted the tracks at least a foot when it crossed the rail line. there isn't a designated crossing at that spot. investigators found tire marks that matched a nearby feed company's truck. dozens were injured when amtrak's super chief derailed. >> to a major held headline. the government is taking steps to end an epidemic of overdoses from painkillers. the pain kill kirs such as oxycontin, percocet and vicodin are now commonly prescribed to treat back pain and arthritis. >> doctors when they're treating patients with chronic pain should start with aspirin or nondrug approaches like exercise.
pain after surgery, they can be treated to for three days, seven at the most and switch to something much safer. >> the cdc estimates there are 40 deaths a day from opioid pain killers. experts say the patients can also guard against addiction and doctors. >> on there morning, after several major political developments, a heartwarming symbol of our country. >> look at those little three little baby bald eagles hatched in the twin cities. minnesota department of natural resources has been keeping an eye on the eggs for nearly two months. they're using this eagle cam and all three eaglettes seem to be thriving it looks like. >> i didn't know there there were eaglettes. >> whether you think america is great or it was great, take heart from this growing bald eagle family. they look great. >> they hatched apparently two weeks ago and didn't hatch overnight just so you know. they weren't excited about the primary results.
around super tuesday i guess. >> exactly. we should point out this is not a live picture. it's dark right now. >> i thought it was a live picture. >> apparently. so that's what they looked like earlier. >> okay. >> coming up, breaking news "the mix" and it's a message you'll want to hear from first lady michelle obama. >> also ahead, secrets revealed about o.j. simpson from his so-called bff in prison. what he's revealing and what simpson has to say. >> the primaries in five states and the issues that matter most to voters. >> join our discussion on facebook wnnfans.com and twitter @abcwnn. you're watching "world news now." your heart loves omega-3s. but there's a difference between the omega-3s in fish oil and those in megared krill oil. unlike fish oil, megared is easily absorbed by your body... ...which makes your heart,
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updating our top story, hillary clinton and donald trump were the big winners in last night's political primaries. clinton posted victories in florida, ohio, north carolina and illinois. trump won in florida, north carolina, and illinois. ohio governor john kasich won his home state there. and florida senator marco rubio dropped out of the race after being defeated by trump. trump and clinton are rolling ahead. but what's really going on in each party. >> exit polling gives us a murky picture of voter sentiment. abc's lauren lyster is poring over these numbers and learning a lot.
polls certainly tell a nor nuanced stories than just the wins. donald trump has opposition when it comes to republicans who don't could support him and hillary clinton who has been vulnerable when it comes to marks on honesty and trustworthiness still trails busy in bernie sanders in that department donald trump doing a victory lap in florida tuesday night while enkirnlging unity. >> we very to brick our party together. >> reporter: republican exit polls show six in ten nontrump supporters say they would seriously consider a third party candidate if he became the gop's nominee. 44% of these voters saying they definitely would not support trump in november. that could matter if he doesn't get the delegates to win the nomination outright. >> if you're heading to the convention and you're donald trump, you're argument that i'm the person to vote for isn't necessarily strong enough. >> reporter: exit polls also revealing a little more than half of voters are looking for an outsider candidate.
temporary ban on muslims entering the country. for democrats, hillary clinton sounding confident tuesday night. >> we are moving closer to securing the democratic party nomination. >> reporter: in that case, 66% of tuesday's voters give clinton a better chance of defeating trump in november. only 30% are feeling the bern in that way when asked about bernie sanders. but more democratic votes are find sanders honest and trustworthy. 0% versus 60% for clinton. and different from the gop race, reena and kendis, the majority of democrats in tuesday's primaries would be satisfied if clinton or sanders was the eventual nominee. >> so many findings we're learning from yesterday's result. trump at this point has won more than 20 states. what accounts for his support right now? >> so according to the exit polls it, really showed the continued appeal with discontended republicans. among the more than half who
of those voters favor trump. then he won the majority of the support of those angry at the government, want to deport immigrants, want to ban muslims from the country. and feel that they're falling behind financially. >> spoken loud and clear in this election. >> all right. abc's lauren lyster, thank you so much for being with us this morning. >> thanks. coming up, o. j. simpson's best friend from behind bars. that's what a former prison guard calls himself. now the guard is opening up about the infamous double murder case. what o.j. reportedly said to him that makes him think o.j. did it. >> ahead in our next half hour, fixing fashion. online fashion bloggers influencing the hottest styles but is it fair for designers in stores to influence them?
hard to believe it's been over 20 years since the so-called trial of the century but so many still france fixed by the simpson aga. >> now an ex-correctional officer who claims to be o.j.'s confidante is speaking out. abc's juju chang has more. >> i'm not black. i'm o.j. >> reporter: cocky and confident. it's the on screen depiction of o.j. simpson in "american crime story"" but another image of the juice as an aging inmate. >> o.j. simpson is not suffering in prison. he's eating well. he's exercising well. >> reporter: retired correctional officer jeffrey felix telling his verse of the story in a self-published story. guarding the juice how o.j. simpson became my prison bff. he claims he was simpson he's close kest confidante at this nev prison.
described how o.j. reacted to the recent news of a knife found at his former estate. >> he jokingly says if the knife is rusted, i can't be busted. >> but simpson slamming felix's claims. the inmate speaking through his lawyer telling abc news that the representation of their relationship is fantasy. wildly exaggerated and in most instances blatantly false. and that felix never worked in the same unit where simpson was housed. >> if o.j. gets paroled, we'll be playing golf together. i can guarantee you that. >> reporter: juju chang, abc news, new york. >> that's a pretty bold statement. >> it is. and you know what this show's really, really popular. it's gaining in the ratings. last night's episode we're told on fx focused on the portrayed glove o glove scene. brian, you've wamped it. >> i didn't see it last night but yeah, it's pretty good. a great job of raising all the various issues that came to the for front ahead of the case.
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to raise money for the good cause and these women have gotten together for the let girls learn fund. >> she did just ahead of her south by southwest speech she has later on today. it's kind of cool. some of the singers it sounded like kelly roland. >> kelly clarkson. this is for my girls. you can download it. >> guess it just went live at midnight. by the way, you know, we've talked about how wonderful big macs are over the years and how enjoyable they are. there's one guy in australia who put a big mac to the test. he got copper to the boiling point which by the way is 1,085 degrees. poured over this big mac. and it survived. for several minutes. he just kept pouring. look at that. that's your two all beef patties special cause, lettuce cheese and it is still withstanding this copper. >> it looks better even now.
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this morning on "world news now," primary punch. from marco rubio's exit to hillary clinton's major victories. the dynamic night for both parties as the votes come in from five key states. >> including ohio where donald trump lost to the governor john kasich. >> cops can caught caught stealing from as a dispensary. indiana jones returns.
series starring an aging harrison ford and what twitter has to say about all of this. answer wednesday, march 16th. this is "world news now." >> hello to you, everyone. good morning. it is a very busy wednesday morning. i'm kendis gibson. >> and i'm reena ninan. >> of course, we'll start with all of the excitement of last night that has bled into this morning. the voters really have spoken in five key states, ending the campaign of marco rubio with his loss in florida as trump and clinton get closer to being their party's nominees. >> they each won carolina and florida. john kasich stopping trump in ohio win winning by a wide marge. clinton also getting a big win in ohio despite that surprise lost last week in neighboring michigan. >> in her native state in, illinois, it was a close one between the democrats. sanders winning the rural area but clinton doing well in chicago. across the mississippi river in missouri, razor thin margins in both races.
than 2,000 votes. also extremely close among the two democrats. >> some of the details following last night's races. we'll start with the democrats. >> yes, hillary clinton's victories showing strengthing in key battleground states and bernie sanders showing no signs of stepping side a side. abc's liz kreutz is covering the democrats for us. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, kendis and reena. just after those wins in north carolina, florida and ohio were announced hillary clinton celebrated with a crowd here in west palm beach. that win in ohio a turning point moment. overnight hillary clinton riding high after another night of victories. >> this is another super tuesday for our campaign. thank you, florida, thank you, north carolina. thank you, ohio. >> reporter: her staffers partying at their brooklyn head quarters and clinton
than 300 delegates ahead of bernie sanders. >> we are moving closer to securing the democratic party nomination. >> reporter: the vermont senator charging on. >> don't let people tell you that you can't think big. >> reporter: but clinton's focus, donald trump. calling him out by name for the first time in a primary night speech. >> you know, to be great, we can't be small. we can't lose what made america great in the first place. and this isn't just about donald trump. >> reporter: making it clearer than ever she's gearing up for the general. both clinton and sanders are looking ahead to the next state up, arizona. sanders was there last night and clinton has a new spanish language tv ad airing in the state featuring none other than donald trump. kendis and reena. >> liz kreutz, thank you. as for the republicans, marco rubio is out. john kasich wins ohio. >> our coverage continues with abc's marci gonzalez live in miami. marci, what a night for republicans. is it pretty much over for the
is donald trump the ultimate winner here? >> reporter: no, you know, it's not definitive yet. they've still got to look ahead. we've got more primaries coming up on tuesday. >> yeah, and marci in the meantime with, no clean sweep for trump, what's next for his campaign? >> reporter: yeah, well, they're feeling very confident saying they're going to win, win, win every race here on out. a lot of confidence looking ahead to those next big races again on tuesday. especially arizona. >> and i guess the race really is getting more dynamic in many ways. isn't it, marci? >> reporter: yeah, it absolutely is. with marco rubio dropping out, it is now a three-man race. and it's giving trump that extra surge, that extra momentum as if he really needed any more. but ted cruz who has the second most delegates, he still insists that he can beat trump
but it certainly won't bes. by abc's estimates, cruz would need to get 76% of the remaining delegates to win the nomination. trump would still need 55% of the remaining delegates. kendis and reena. >> abc's marci gonzales live in miami. marci, thank you so much. >> yes, basically means at the end of the day, you're not going to get to stay in miami for too long. you have to go to cleveland where this will end up. there will be much more election coverage coming up all morning long. we're going to hear more from the john kasich campaign after a big victory later this half hour. turning to another major headline, a fort worth, texas police officer is in critical condition after being shot after a police chase turned violent. officers had tried to serve warrants when the suspects took off in their suv. they abandoned the car and began shooting at police. one of the suspects was killed. his son is in custody. two maryland men who taped their brother shooting at a police station are due in court
malik and elijah ford are both charged with six counts of attempted murder and other serious charges. a detective was killed by what police said was friendly fire while in a shoot-out with the 22-year-old michael ford. he was shot in the gunfire and is still in the hospital. an intense round of the blame game. on capitol hill during a hearing on the water crisis in flint, michigan, former state and federal officials blamed each other and democratic lawmakers pointed fingers at the state's republican governor. abc's bazi kanani has all the details. >> reporter: flint's former officials in the hot seat asked to explain their actions and inaction after an expert's memo warning the city's water was unsafe months before taking aggressive action. lawmakers replayed this video of the former mayor on local tv. >> it's your standard tap water. >> we know now we were getting bad information and worse water. >> reporter: former mayor dayne walling blamed the state's environmental regulatory agency
water was okay for consumption. flint's former state appointed emergency manager pointed fingers at city officials. >> i made no decision about the use of the flint river. >> reporter: the region's former epa director insisted her agency authorities. sidelines. >> reporter: meanwhile, democratic lawmakers blamed delay. >> the topic of flint water was never raised in any cabinet meeting. >> reporter: republicans focused their ire on the failure at the federal level. >> epa has the responsibility to the citizens. you have to intervene. >> you screwed up. and you messed up people's lives. >> reporter: as michigan governor rick snyder faces calls to resign and a recall effort, he will voluntarily testify before the committee on thursday. reena, kendis? >> bazi, thank you so much. a close call on the railroad tracks in ohio.
on the tracks. you can actually see the worker going back to grab his bag apparently unaware of the danger. a quick thinking police officer moves the driver out of the way. and then seconds later, seconds later, boom. the van is demolished by the speeding train. >> lucky guy. >> he's going to be late for his next appointment. three southern california police officers are in trouble with the law. they're accused of stealing snacks during a raid on a medical marijuana dispensary last year. their alleged poor behavior was caught on surveillance cameras. prosecutors say the cops did not eat any of the edible marijuana items during the raid but the dispensary disagrees. >> because some were consuming regular food products does not mean that they weren't consuming edibles. >> okay. one of the three cops is charged with vandalism for smashing security cameras but there were four hidden security cameras, as well. the three officers are currently on paid administrative leave.
following a series of food safety issues. the company says it expects to post a loss for the first quarter. what would mark the first such loss since it went public in 2006. sales last month had started to bounce back till a boston area restaurant was forced to close because of sick workers. >> okay. so move over nutella. now -- is that right? >> yeah, did you that well. >> nutella. now you can spread twix candy on your toast. it comes in seven-ounce jars and is basically broken up pieces of the chocolate-covered caramel layered cookies. >> unfortunately for now, it's only available in england where other spreads and sauces based on popular candy are also sold. a jar of this will cost you about 3 bucks and, of course, a round trip ticket to britain. i wonder how much sugar is in this. >> there's no sugar in it. >> it sounds good. >> it's tasty at this hour. >> that's a nutritious breakfast right there, kendis.
should have. >> you can have it and take my kids after. >> that would be -- coming up in "the skinny," mariah carey struggling with her wardrobe while taking her career in a brand-new direction. >> also ahead, are fashion bloggers getting free clothes to influence profits and trends? the ugly allegations and the response. >> and we're returning to our top story. last night's primary vote and john kasich's victory in ohio. the big boost for his campaign. that's after today's forecast map. another wet day in the gulf coast region. it is 84 degrees in north mariana islands where trump on tuesday won nine votes. where is that? everyone loves the way dark
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updating our top story, hillary clinton took some big steps toward the democratic nomination last night with victories in florida, ohio, north carolina, and illinois. donald trump had the most wins on the republican side, taking illinois, north carolina, and florida. trump's win in the sunshine state forced florida senator marco rubio out of the race. ohio governor john kasich was the winner in his home state. that was his first win of the entire campaign. >> that really was a big one because for those who were as opposed to donald trump, kasich's win in ohio was absolutely crucial. his victory means a contested republican convention in cleveland this summer is very much a possibility. >> abc's david wright is covering kasich's campaign and he spent some time with him. david, good morning. >> reporter: hi, reena and kendis from john kasich
a jubilant mood here. john kasich pulling out a win in his home state. we were with him backstage just before he came out. he was shooting hoops. and pretty much shooting the moon that he had pulled it off. the polls as late as tuesday showed him neck and neck with trump here. one of the things that may have helped him is the fact that ohio has an open primary. independent voters can choose to vote in the democratic or republican side. we met voters who were democrats who chose to vote in the republican race because they wanted to block donald trump. the fact that kasich has won his home state ensures that he moves forward in this contest. he thinks that his victory is in part to do with his positive campaign. he was refusing even tuesday to take potshots at donald trump. he now is hoping to become the the people hoping to block trump and he now moves forward.
kendis, reena? >> thank you so much, david. we're looking ahead next tuesday. arizona, also there's in idaho primaries there, caucuses there, as well. >> it's really expected that donald trump will do well in arizona. he has the support of the famous sheriff there joe arpaio. immigration is big there. and from our political desk, they were noting it is statistically impossible for john kasich to win the nomination. >> this is his first win. it's impossible delegate wise. >> exactly. >> sure raises a huge divide between the republican leaders and the establishment and voters on the ground who spoke loudly guy. so it seems hard to imagine that someone from out of the woodwork could be brought in for some type of contested convention. >> it will be tough. coming up, the internet weighs in on a potential title for the upcoming indiana jones movie. >> and mariah carey suffering a wardrobe malfunction last night. "the skinny" up next. a wardrobe malfunction last night.
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will be steven spielberg. it's due to hit theaters in 2019 which will make it 11 years since the first indiana jones film "kingdom of the crystal skull." >> wow. nuke the fridge. who could forget it. many will. ford will be 77 when the new film which is still untitled makes its debut. the news has everyone speculating what the title will be. for that let's find out what the internet is saying all about it. >> yeah. so nuke the fridge. come on. how could you not remember that. hopefully we'll have more nuke the fridge moments. in the fifth one. people suggesting indiana jones and the battle to get off of his lawn. >> because he's old. >> right, right, right, right. i get it. indiana jones and the afternoon nap, which kind of works for any of us i think. >> you're right. >> and then indiana jones and the never ending story about when things made sense and kids respected their elders. >> oh. i like that last one. >> that's from mustache of doom. i think they win for their handle more than the suggested title.
>> you like those. >> -- handle there. there was also one dealing with prune juice. people were all like nailing the old jokes. >> let's not be mean to him. he still looks good. if we all could look good at 70. i'd like to look like him. >> he looks great. >> next up, mariah carey currently on her world tour, last night in glasgow, scotland, suffered a minor wardrobe malfunction. as you might expect, the star has a lot of wardrobe changes throughout the show. apparently she goes hard, causing a rip in her tights right in the booty region. >> it's impromptu moments like in that producers of her just announced reality show want to show viewers. the documentary series titled "mariah's world," will air on "e." >> the songstress wants to
4-year-old twins in the program. carey also says that she has the power to cut any footage she would rather not be seen. >> okay. including that little wardrobe malfunction. >> maybe it will be in there. >> that might be interesting. next to somebody whose every move is watched like she's on a reality show. we're talking, of course, about t. swift. the pop superstar sharing some steamy pictures on social media from her vacation with deejay stud muffin calvin harris. >> swift captured the image. besides showing some skin and a little making out, the star also showed how she shakes it right off a trampoline. >> their tropical location remains undisclosed. we're sure they've got everything they need. earlier this month, the couple celebrated their first year together. >> wasn't that a home baked cake? >> yeah. and he, by the way, i follow him on instagram. he also posted the same photos of them in love and all that. >> and finally, celebrities may not be able to walk a mile in your shoes, but they can apparently help you try them on
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she's got the look, she's got the look what in the world can make a broup eyed girl sound blue >> so the ftc is taking aim at a hugely successful ad campaign. you have those instagram posts, you have blogs, and what appears to be news articles on line promoting dresses. >> the problem, lord & taylor didn't make it clear that the whole thing was a paid advertisement. >> reporter: it's an expertly executed ad campaign.
bloggers all in the same paisley dress all over instagram. paid as much as $4,000 each to post these pics on the same day. rachel got the dress for free and were among the trend setters paid by the company behind the ad blitz. lord & taylor. >> they said we have this dress and want to send it to 50 influencers and see how they all style it and promote it. >> they had us all post at the same time between 12:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. and then post it tagging lord & taylor. >> reporter: the campaign a huge success. lord & taylor selling out of the dress almost immediately. the photo bomb reaching more than 11 million instagram users in just two days. but regulators are calling into question the retail giant's tactics. >> consumers are looking at posts on instagram. they have no idea and think this person whose fashion sense i value really likes this dress
there because lord & taylor paid the influencer. >> reporter: the ftc now settling charges saying lord & taylor violated federal law claiming the department store giant duped customers by failing to disclose it paid for the posts in exchange for endorsements. >> do you think your followers know you get paid for these posts? >> yeah. >> i think now like blogging is like an understood thing as a career. i wouldn't say like every single person knows but majority does know. >> reporter: in a statement, lord & taylor saying when it came to our attention there were potential issues we took immediate action to ensure that clear disclosures were made. we cooperated fully with the ftc's inquiry into this matter. there is no indication of wrongdoing whatsoever. rebecca jarvis, abc news, new york. >> a lot of people believe in these bloggers and take what they say. it's hard if you don't say up front you've been given free stuff. >> i believe all the bloggers that i see. i mean, there are some really beautiful bloggers out there. >> i've got the look. this is from the 1980s.
making news in america this morning, "your voice, your vote," the big winners from another important primary day. >> all: kasich, kasich, kasich. >> john kasich playing spoiler. >> i have to thank the people of the great state of ohio. i love you. >> capturing ohio, his first win of the campaign. >> and donald trump showing no sign of slowing down. >> we're going to win, win, win. >> knocking marco rubio out of the race. >> it is not god's plan that i ever.