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>> reporter: in parts of the midwest, winter refusing to let go. in duluth, minnesota, the driver of this pickup losing control on i-35. in wisconsin, one passenger killed after a car and semi collide on i-39. this time lapse capturing the dangerous lightning. one strike setting this iowa dorm on fire. another revealing this funnel cloud in illinois. one twister ripping a five-mile through rock island county. >> it's going to be a year before i can get back here with my family and neighbors. >> reporter: meanwhile, in the south, a never ending flood emergency. in louisiana, clean-up under way as the waters finally recede.
alone. and back here in illinois, there's actually a home underneath this huge pile of rubble and take a look at this tree, all kinds of debris, even a bicycle flying along with it. the clean-up just beginning. alex perez, abc news, east mo lean, illinois. >> i can't get over the world trade center lightning. >> good timing. checking today's forecast, up to three more inches of snow in the upper midwest. down pours soak south texas and the gulf region. rain in new england up to a foot of snow in the rocky mountains. >> 30s and 40s in minneapolis. and great falls, montana. 50s in seattle and detroit. 60ss in washington, d.c. and as well as in los angeles. 70s and 80s from the albuquerque to miami. a heart warming story for pet lovers out there. a california man's beloved dog luna has returned more than a month after she fell overboard in the pacific ocean. >> what. >> and was presumed dead. the beautiful german shepherd
base on san clemente island 70 miles off san diego. yesterday, luna was handed over to the owner's best friend who will care for the dog until the owner returns from out of town. that is insane. >> that's why you've got to get those chips. i'm assuming a chip helped reunite them. >> you're thinking in the ocean. >> dog tags, right? >> true, got him home. that was quite a bit of swimming. san clementee? hey. a splash. >> how about we go from one splash to another. talking about a baby green and scaly. that only a mother could love. mary thorn of lakeland, florida, is her baby. we're talking about a six-foot long baby. she hugs and kisses it and even sleeps with rambo in her bed. sleeps with rambo. but state officials say the gator has to go. thorne says she'll die if they have to part. >> all right. just going to leave that as a florida story. and if that doesn't sound
guarantee you some more craziness is about to happen here in new york city today. we say ha because it's st. patrick's day. that means it's time for the 255th edition of the annual st. patrick's day parade. >> estimates are about 2 million people either watch or march in the parade as it heads up fifth avenue. grand marshal of the parade is former senator george mitchell who helped broker the northern ifld peace agreement. >> suffice it to say the traditional irish bars will do a brisk business today all around town and there will be plenty of absentees at area high schools, as well. >> coming up, snacks with a special zip and drinks with oomph for your march madness party. >> also ahead, the major move from the special guy who helped serena williams win. the talker from the world of tennis. and the prison break scene involving a helicopter and escapee taking a plunge.
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in colorado, a store clerk grabs a baby before her mother falls to the ground. rebecca montano then handed the baby to a customer and rushed to to help the mother having a seizure at the time. the mother is fine and so is the baby. some are calling her a hero, but the grandmother says she was just trying to do good. >> the kindness of strangers. >> i'd say she -- good heads-up work knowing that something was happening. > wow. well, turning to dramatic video servicesing at trial showing a hijacked helicopter airlifting two inmates to freedom. >> linsey davis has the story. >> it was a brazen made for the movies prison break that turned into a comedy of air ers. two inmates in quebec struggling to climb to a hijacked helicopter and gain freedom. one almost makes it to the top even gets a hand from a partner in crime. only to fall.
tries taking off but fails. all the while, unarmed guards are watching and recording the spectacle. prevented by prison policy from intervening in an escape where guns may be involved. after more failed attempts to get onto the roof and now five minutes in, they take off again. this time with the inmates in tow. but the rope gets caught on a security camera here having it off and hitting it the other inmate. >> highly unlikely you would ever have an external aerial escape in the united states because we have so many safeguards against it. >> reporter: in the end the inmates from this 2013 incident were both back back behind bars within hours linsey davis, abc news, new york. wow. >> incredible. >> can you believe that?
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in a glass with ice, i'm going to add about an ounce and a half of jack daniels tennessee honey. this is a nice, i'll let you smell this a little bit. it is a nice aroma of honey, a little pecan, just wonderful flavors in there. >> it does smell great. i bet it tasted even better. >> you've got to work. put that aside. to that about 4 ounces of lemonade and a dash of bitters. finally a little squeeze of lemon goes in. give this a quick stir. now i have an alcohol free version where i left out the jack daniels, tennessee honey. >> is there a name for that? >> i think it's the basketball free zone. cheers. see what you think. >> cheers. >> boom. >> oh, yeah. whether you're team's winning or losing, that's a good way ta start. >> it will taste better with the alcohol in it. >> anyway, let us start out with
my round ball dill dip. i'm using cherry tomatoes. it would work with veggies, chips. i'm starting out with a cup of sour cream and a half a cup of ricotta. >> this is diet food. >> it is. actually, you could use greek fat free yogurt. no, it's basketball time. about a tablespoon each of fresh lemon juice. minced onion goes in. another tablespoon of chopped parsley. then finally a little bit of dill. chopped up. that goes in. you mix this all up. when you get it all mixed it comes out, looks like this. your fans can do a little dip in there. >> okay. >> and you're all set. here's an alternative. i found this beer cheese which is big in the south. but you can go online. it's easy to make. >> beer and cheese. >> sharp cheddar, a little paprika, shallots, a little garlic. >> what kind of beer. >> amber bok, about 12 ounces
easy to make. the recipes is on "world news now"'s facebook page. then down to the three-point line. this is my three-point meet baus. here we are. i have a choice of either beef, an turkey and even veggie. and what you can do is i set out three sauces. you can set out whatever you want. a little barbecue, buffalo, marinara. you can dunk in there. >> have a whole lot of veggie left over. >> probably so. these two will go first. you can mix and match whatever you want to with the sauces. finally we've got our slam-dunk dessert station. i love this. basically we have cream puffs down here. and for dipping or dunking i should say, i've got chocolate, caramel or even a strawberry topping. > hello, reena. >> i put on my party dress. >> you heard there was a party going on. reena is crashing the party. you like veggie. here's a veggie meatball. she will what you there. >> ladies first.
>> you switched out the veggie meatball? >> no, i can attest. that's the veggie. now you're going for the beef. a little barbecue sauce. what do you think? boom. all right. >> that's good. excellent. i'm ready for dessert. >> everything's better with barbecue sauce. >> it is that easy, that fun. i set everything out so your guests can serve themselves. are you going to try the beer cleez? it's really different. >> wow. >> good? >> it has a little kick to it. >> it has a distinct to it. >> he likes zing early in morning. >> absolutely. >> it's an alternative to regular chips and dip. i serve it with a little bit of pretzels. a lot of fun. >> amazing. > very good. thank you. >> have one of those chocolate basketballs. >> take the wrapper off. we don't want to make it another popcorn thing. >> there was that popcorn incident. >> he has the best parties. >> actually, that would have been pretty funny.
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as one of the top female athletes in the world, there is interest in the men serena williams las in her supply of especially when he leavesler for not only another woman but her top competitor. nick watt has the details. >> reporter: behind this great woman's success, serena williams, there was a man. shirtless man, her hitting partner of eight years. >> whatever i want, whatever i feel like, i have to put my own needs back 24/7 and just do whatever is best for her in. >> sasha was just a small time tennis coach in germany when he got the call. >> there was a saturday night, 3:00 a.m. phone call out of nowhere. i even said no at first. just because it was a sunday morning breakfast. i didn't want to get up. >> reporter: he travels over 300 days a year. >> i haven't been in my home since october. i don't know.
in. i don't know. >> reporter: this week it's the parabore open in the california desert where he went to work with victoria azarenka. >> does she ever say put your shirt on. you're drawing too much of a crowd? >> she did once. it wasn't about the crowd. i actually put some lotion on because i didn't want to get burned. she said i was too shiny. >> whatever is best for her. she's like the husband my wife wishes i could be. i'm nick watt at indian wells, california. >> i just took up tennis. i would love to spend a weekend with him. >> clearly he's a switch hitter. >> oh, boy. >> he can switch teams. those teams. that's a whole different matter. >> thank you, kendis gibson. he helped her through the pulmonary em belowalism. he says it's one of his proudest moments that they got through. >> way to save it.
this morning on "world news now," supreme court showdown. >> the supreme court justice nominee chosen by the president. his prominent legal background and why most republicans will not back lim. campaign drama. why donald trump fears riots and and what hillary clinton is saying about trump now after big political gains. tearful testimony. the woman seen on the hulk hogan sex tape and her words of embarrassment heard in court. did she know she was being recorded? and later superhero adventure. it's batman versus superman. ben affleck and henry cavill talk about this widely anticipated action movie on this
>> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." good morning. it's thursday. st. patrick's day. >> st. paddy's day. >> i guess i should go by kendis e' gibson. >> you're going to get a pinch because you don't have any green on. >> i do in some parts. literally, the pants, dirty. >> how exactly are we going to go from this to the supreme court justice? >>? you make that transition, my friend. >> we'll try. a lot of people are feeling green with envy because they would love to be in his position. >> that was pretty good. >> others are saying they don't envy the position he's in. it's a tough one. it's going to be a raging battle over the president's nominee for the supreme court. we're talking of course, about merrick garland. he has meetings today with democratic senators who are all but certain to support his nomination. >> those meetings the first in a long series of introductions. abc's terry moran starts us off
himself. >> reporter: after weeks of anticipation, there was president obama striding into the rose garden, introducing his nominee. >> i've made my decision. >> reporter: judge merrick garland, standing quietly at the president's side, then stepping forward. the emotion of the moment overwhelming him. >> this is the greatest honor of my life, other than lynn agreeing to marry me 28 years ago. >> reporter: his family there watching, minus daughter becky. >> i also wish that we hadn't taught my older daughter to be so adventurous that she would be hiking in the mountains out of cell service range when the president called. >> reporter: for decades, merrick garland has been a prominent figure in american law. 63 years old, he's one of the oldest nominees ever. he is chief judge of the u.s. court of appeals in washington, where he served for 18 years, and before that, a top federal prosecutor. >> associate deputy attorney general merrick garland. >> reporter: garland was there
seen here in a video released by the white house, leading the prosecution of timothy mcveigh, a death penalty case. he carried the names of the victims with him everywhere he went while prosecuting that case. >> we promised that we would find the perpetrators, that we would bring them to justice, and that we would do it in a way that honored the constitution. >> reporter: he also led the prosecution of the unabomber. as a judge, garland is known as a moderate on the appeals court though he would tip the balance of the supreme court by replacing staunch conservative antonin scalia. in choosing merrick garland as his nominee, the president has selected someone who in any normal time with his endorsements from both sides of the aisle and his record would be easily confirmable. but this is not a normal political time. terry moran, abc news, the supreme court. >> it didn't take long for the political backlash against the nomination to start.
since the death of antonin scalia, that the next president should pick someone to replace him. mitch mcconnell made that position clear in a senate floor speech. >> it's the senate's constitutional right to act as a check on a president and withhold its consent. >> at least six of his republican colleagues including judiciary committee chairman chuck grassry say they're at least open to meeting with gar land. ted cruz is not one of them. in a statement about garland, cruz said he would undermine second amendment gun rights and legalize late term abortion stlooz let's talk about the republican presidential hopefuls. donald trump, ted cruz and john kasich who are now actually focusing on next tuesday's primaries in arizona and utah. they were supposed to debate in utah on monday. but when trump with drew, followed quickly by kasich, the event was cancelled. trump says given his big delegate lead, republicans should be rallying around him. he's warning about the consequences if the republican
>> i think you'd have riots. i think you'd have riots. i'm representing a tremendous, many, many millions of people. i think you would have problems like you've never seen before. i think i think bad things would happen. i really do. i believe that. i wouldn't lead it but i think bad things would happen. >> well, that said, house speaker paul ryan quickly took himself out of consideration for the gop nomination in the event of a contested convention. a small group of conservatives opposed to trump are meeting today to discuss a possible third party option. and in the democratic battle, not only are their primaries in arizona and utah next tuesday, there is a caucusing in idaho. hillary clinton's campaign is expressing confidence describing her delegate lead over bernie sanders as unsurmountable. abc's cecilia vega with more. >> reporter: the democratic nomination now within arm's reach, and hillary clinton is focusing her fire on donald trump. >> we should be breaking down
>> reporter: trump firing off too saying clinton doesn't have the strength or energy to be president, recycling an attack line that's become one of his favorites. >> by the way, hillary's low energy, okay? she's low energy. she doesn't have the strength or the stamina. she's got no strength. she's got no stamina. no, she doesn't. >> reporter: clinton earlier told me, she's ready. >> he can talk about whatever he wants to talk about. if he wants to focus on me and talk about me, that's his choice. >> reporter: clinton closer than ever to locking up this race. and when that happens, she said she will ask bernie sanders for help. >> i would hope to be able to enlist bernie in helping me reach out to his supporters. >> reporter: sanders still defiant. >> don't let people tell you that you can't think big. >> reporter: the vermont senator would need to win every remaining primary state by nearly 40 points in order to clinch the nomination. the path to victory for him now
>> whether he i spoke to hillary clinton, i asked her if she would ever ask bernie sanders to drop out of this race even if his prolonged presence ends up hurting her in this campaign. she said "i will never ask anybody to step out." cecilia vega, abc news, new york. a sudden passing overnight. music fans mourning the death of singer frank sinatra junior. his team family says he died unexpectedly of cardiac arrest while on tour in florida. sinatra followed his famous father's footsteps into music as a teenager eventually working for his dad as his musical director and conductor. he was 72 years old. also in florida, the woman shown having sex with hulk hogan has testified in his lawsuit against gawker. heather coal told the st. petersburg courtroom she didn't know the encounter was being taped. she was very upset her then
>> what was that? >> because i didn't want this to be anything. i wanted it to go away. >> cole also testified in her opinion, hulk hogan is someone who likes publicity. hogan is suing gawk ker for $100 million for posting the edited video. he says it was an invasion of his privacy. >> this could be a game changer when it comes to auto safety. carmakers have agreed by 2022 to make auto braking standard on cars and midsized subs and on large suvs and pickups by 2025. now, automatic braking uses cameras, radar and other sensors to see objects in the way and slow or stop a vehicle if the driver doesn't react. auto brakes could cut rear impact collisions by 40%. not bad.
>> used car. cream puff. what i cream puff. this 1937 due gatti, '57 rodester was just caucused off in florida for $9.7 million. that's a deal. the seller aid it was the most valuable car of its kind. >> you know what, never trust everything you hear at a car dealer because a similar model sold for $100,000 more a few decades ago. but this beauty was a race car before world war ii and it was restored to show room condition back in the 1980s. but you should probably get a lot of insurance for this one. there's no air bags and no heated seats or no cup holders. >> no cup holders. is there at least like an eight track player in there? >> i doubt it. you have to sing your own show tunes. jazz hands. by yourself. coming up "the mix," little known facts about st. patrick's day along with a little surprise. >> also ahead, good guy against
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these dramatic images of a private yacht engulf in flames in the u.s. virgin islands. the blaze filled the sky with plumes of smoke. the coast guard teped tow the yacht to a remote location. no injuries were reported and authorities are still trying to determine what caused that fire. the yacht reportedly sold for more than $2 million in 2014. guessing it's worth a lot less now. >> probably right. heart break flk massachusetts as a state trooper is killed during a traffic stop. thomas clarity was handling a track violation when his cruiser was hit by another vehicle. he was a state trooper for 11 years. other officers and first responders lined the streets to pay respect to the former marine. cla herty leaves behind a wife and six children and was 44 years old. to one of the busiest subway systems in the country is set to reopen in a few hours. washington, d.c.'s metro which we're both familiar with. >> i love it. >> i don't. was shut down for the day for
>> the action taken after a fire on the tracks earlier this week. lauren lyster joins us now with new developments. >> good morning. i too am familiar with the d.c. metro system. this is believed to be an unprecedented shutdown of what is the country's second busiest rail system. 700,000 rides a day are taken on the metro. but wednesday that number falling to zero. >> commuter train transportation in washington, d.c. grinding to a halt wednesday. for more than 24 hours, all 91 metro rail stations in and around the nation's capital closed. >> i thought it was a hoax. like really. >> after a fire on the tracks monday, fear of a systemic mechanical failure causing officials to shut down the entire system. and spend wednesday checking 600 electrical connections over 100 miles of underground tracks. crews discovering these fraying jumper cables.
these do not indicate they're imminent for fire but clearly this is a hazardous condition that we cannot accept. >> inspectors finding three cables damaged to that degree. he had called them showstoppers and found more than two dozen damaged areas in total. comrirts expressing support. >> probably a good decision but it definitely ruined a lot of people's commute this monk. >> disasters and the loss of life in the last year, i think this is a really smart thing to do. >> reporter: monday's fire had eerie similarities to a metro fire last year that left one person dead. so despite traffic moving slowly wednesday morning and row afro of train cars sitting in the yard, officials standing by their choice. >> we are aware of the inconvenience that was caused but we still believe today that we made the correct decision. >> reporter: inspections are complete and the metro is set to reopen at 5:00 a.m. with all
so reena and kendis, just in time for the morning commute. >> tough day for commuterers. there's an upside tore businesses. >> this was kind of interesting. what's bad for metro may be good for things like bike sharing. 500 people say sign the up for a free trial membership over a 24 hour period just yesterday. you know what comes with uber when there's high demand. uber cars were available but there was the surge pricing. shares were 2 1/2 times the normal rate. >> that is absolutely wrong. >> i didn't think about uber. >> i always think about that, every time i look at the uber, surge pricing, not today. >> things returning to normal on the metro. the trains will all be delayed as usual in d.c. >> i love the metro system. i really do. coming up, thank you so much. coming up in our next half hour, the alarming rise of bank tellers involved in identity thist. why the police are warning you to be careful with your own information even with your own bank. >> first the epic battle between two super heros and the battle
batman, batman >> i can't put my hand on it. is it the theme from america's greatest hero. >> the latest incarnation after batman includes a challenger, an alien from the planet krypton. >> superman and batman will be on the big screen together. chris connelly is up "up all nightline" with the star film's as fares. >> he may be the new man in the
fill but ben affleck says he's long been drawn to the depths of the dark knight. >> batman's the most interesting super hero in a way because she's the most human. he's the most like us. he can be kind of broken with, i with is fascinating be coupled with all this heroic stuff. >> reporter: the movie pits the two mightiest icons of the dc comics universe against each other's as he takes on 32-year-old henry cavill's super man clark kent. affleck at 43 is the oldest actor to be cast as batman bruce wayne supply wanted to be in a movie that was ballsy and had something to say. i wanted to do a movie my kids would think is cool. my son thinks it's cool. >> inside the suit, a physique painstakingly primed to super hero standards. an absolute necessity given cavill's impeccable pecs. >> i thought if i have to be as
i worked out for almost a year before the movie started to get into being a super hero at my advanced age. that does not come easy. that's what audiences have come to expect. i look at the adam west batman and i think god, this guy got away with murder. >> reporter: audiences expected to dplok to its march 25th opening will be honest, as well with supplieder looking to show batman versus superman is a worthy successor to nolan's film. and affleck eager to provide more than just moral support as his director turns 50. >> are you going to do anything special for him? >> i'm going to give him a lap dance. it's the only gift i can be sure he won't give back. and you can't regift. >> reporter: for "nightline," i'm chris connelly in los angeles.
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every touch, gently intensified. a little touch is all it takes. k-y touch. i don't know why. you have to get into the spirit. why aren't you wearing that hat an. >> i'm trying to go for a subtle look here. >> you subtle? there you go, into the spirit mr. kendis 'o gibson. >> miss reenen mcninan. there's facts about st. know. did you know he wasn't born in ireland. what. >> he was born in britain and kidnapped and sold into slavery. this is hard to believe. >> all of depressing story. >> i know. apparently he banned snakes from holiday was dry. he was a pligsry. it was a dry holiday. blue was the color most
>> is that why we drink so much on the day. >> that was when the holiday came to america. we americanized it. >> i bet you didn't know this about your hat. >> yeah. >> urns into a disco ball. >> oh. >> uh-huh. >> it just lights up. >> i like that. >> it's very cool. >> all righty. since we're in the mood for st. paddy's story, this story has nothing do with that. we're talking about adam la roche flounced he's retiring from baseball. and yes. okay. so he had a bad season with the white sox. we faen final found out why he's retiring and walking away from $10 million. he tells this writer it's because his son has been banned from the white sox clubhouse. apparently there's his son. he's been in the clubhouse quite a bit as the president, the team said that his son is in the
says no more. tone it down. he says i'm walking away. >> wow. leaving $10 million on the table >> wow. >> great. well from kids to the elderly. interesting. what's going on here? i said elderly and suddenly people are walking through our shots. the chicago blackhawks, the chicago blackhawks turned an hockey rink. a game at the united center and it was done with the folks from the centennial activities center. it's a way of giving them a chance to play hockey. they look pretty good, mr. o gibson. >> it's great and very similar to like real hockey. dentures were lost, as well. >> oh. >> all right. here's a big bike. isn't the largest bike ever. heaviest and rideable. in fitting with the theme of
this morning on "world news now," donald trump's warning. why he fears violence at the gop convention. and why he's skipping a debate as hillary clinton's attention takes a new turn. supreme court controversy. the president's nominee for supreme court with a prominent background. why top republicans insist there will be no hearings for this judge. and new this half hour, the footwear invention taking us back to the future. >> the athletic shoe that laces itself is one step closer to the marketplace. you're in for a kick. and later, the first lady's big announcement made at one of the hippest festivals in the country. what michelle obama refuses to do. that's in "the skinny" on this
>> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> good morning, everyone. it's thursday. st. paddy's day. i'm kendis gibson. >> i'm reena ninan. happy st. patrick's day. >> happy start of march madness to you. >> it is a big day. >>, as well. >> i think 90% of american men will be off today. >> yes, or they will call off tomorrow. it seems like we've been dealing with november madness with this election race. it's been going on for several months. and will for several more. there's angst donald trump is causing inside the republican party. conservatives opposed to trump are meeting today to consider supporting a third party candidate. trump is the only republican with a path to clinching the party's nomination before the gop convention. he says it's time for republicans to rally around him or face the consequences. abc's tom llamas reports. >> reporter: donald trump warning, if the republican establishment tries to block his
at the convention. >> i think you'd have riots. i think you'd have riots. you know, we have -- i'm representing a tremendous, many, many millions of people. i think you would have problems like you've never seen before. i think bad things would happen. i really do. i believe that. i wouldn't lead it, but i think bad things would happen. >> reporter: trump's words coming with these images still fresh in american minds. anger and violence at his campaign rallies. trump now saying it's time for, quote, a natural healing process. >> we have a great opportunity, and the people that are voting are democrats that are coming in, independents are coming in, and very, very importantly, people that never voted before.are coming in, independents are coming in, and very, very importantly, people that never voted before. are coming in, independents are coming in, and very, very importantly, people that never voted before. re coming in, independents are coming in, and very, very importantly, people that never voted before. are coming in, independents are coming in, and very, very importantly, people that never voted before. are coming in, independents are coming in, and very, very importantly, people that never voted before. it's an incredible thing. >> reporter: florida governor rick scott falling in line, endorsing trump, telling other republicans to accept and respect the will of the voters. but ohio governor john kasich, fresh off a big victory in his
all the way to the convention floor, but with a positive message. >> i want to remind you again tonight that i will not take the low road to the highest office in the land. >> reporter: one place we won't see the candidates clash -- a debate stage. trump pulling out of monday's showdown on fox. kasich then dropping out, too. >> i think we've had enough how many times can the same people ask you the same question? >> reporter: senator ted cruz who thrives on debates, mocking trump as ducking donald. with senator marco rubio now out of the race, establishment leaders have thrown around the name of house speaker paul ryan. but speaker ryan said that if you want to be president, you should run for president, and there is no situation this year in which he will be the party's nominee, including at the convention in cleveland. tom llamas, abc news had, coral gables, florida. five north carolina deputies suspended for their actions at a trump rally. the deputies had been escorting a protester from the event when
investigators said the deputies had their eyes on the stairs when the man was hit. the suspect has been charged with assault and disorderly conduct. in the democratic campaign battle, hillary clinton gets back to fund-raising today with events in georgia and tennessee. after this week's primary victories clinton is increasingly turning her attention to a potential general election showdown against donald trump. clinton now has nearly two-thirds of the convention delegates needed to claim the democratic nomination. despite her advantage, bernie sanders isn't going away. he has a rally scheduled tonight in flagstaff, arizona. democrats in that state along with utah and idaho hold their nominating contests next tuesday. sanders needs to win every remaining primary state by nearly 40 points in order to clinch the nomination. so you're saying there's a chance. even so, he says he intends to stay in the race till the democratic convention. president obama's nominee for the supreme court will get a warm reception on capitol hill
democratic senators. 63-year-old merrick garland was introduced by the president 63-year-old merrick garland was introduced by the president democratic senators. 63-year-old merrick garland was introduced by the president democratic senators. introduced by the president democratic senators. 63-year-old merrick garland was yesterday, the chief judge of the u.s. court of appeals in washington. garland faces an uphill fight to be confirmed because senate republicans say the next president should fill the vacancy on the court. soon after naming garland, the president challenged the republican position. >> it's supposed to be above politics. it has to be. and it should stay that way. >> senate majority leader mitch mcconnell has spoken with garland on the phone. mcconnell says there will be no confirmation hearing for garland scheduled. at least republican senators are open to meeting with garland in the coming weeks. >> the michigan uber driver accused of killing six people is now suing uber. in the handwritten lawsuit, jason dalton accuses uber of ripping him off and failing to pay back wage boston he's suing for $10 million. according to police, he said a devil figure on uber's app was
allegedly killed the six people. uber responded saying it's hard to know how to respond to someone who refuses to take responsibility for his own actions. and this case in d.c. just keeps getting weirder by the day. disturbing details about the death of a police detective in maryland. the officer was deliberately shot by a fellow officer during a chaotic scene at the police station. abc's pierre thomas has the details. >> reporter: the tragic death of detective jacai colson has shaken the prince george's county police department to its core. the fears that a fellow officer was responsible were confirmed. police say one of colson's colleagues shot him because he perceived a threat apparently thinking colson was one of the suspects. >> the shot that struck and killed detective colson was deliberately aimed at him by another police officer. there's no intention, as i've seen the facts, to indicate any malice. >> reporter: colson, in plain
killed during an exchange of gunfire when police responded to the attack. on monday, i asked the chief about the pain of knowing that one of his own officers may have mistakenly shot another. >> you struck another defender down -- that's particularly devastating. >> reporter: pierre thomas, abc news, washington. >> well, to keep airline fees in chicago, attempts have failed in the senate. democrats on the senate commerce committee tried to prohibit airlines from setting is unreasonable fee prices. they also wanted the transportation department to establish what is reasonable. the effort failed along party lines. well, on this st. patrick's day, everyone is irish, of course. which means we can all celebrate especially with some special deals. guests as the ihop who wear green can get one short stack of buttermilk pancakes for just $1. and at sonic all shakes are half off. >> speaking of shakes, mcdonald's and burger king
you can also plan some summer fun at six flags with up to half off passes today and 25% off at the glasses shop if you order green, gold or orange glasses. you got to use st. pat, st. pat's 25 code. st. pat's 25 code. >> beer deals as part of that? >> i bet there are. check your local irish pub. >> okay, i will research it. >> i bet you will. the self-lacing shoes are finally here nearly 30 years after they were worn by marty mcfly in "back to the future 2." nike has unveiled the first adaptive lacing shoe. hyper adapt 1.0. once you step into the shoe, your heel hits a sensor that causes it to tighten. >> and, of course, in the movie, mcfly travels to the year 2015 and discovers the sneakers. the shoes will be out at the end of the year, but you must be a member of nike plus to buy them. >> good idea. i like it. coming up in "the skinny," a
male model fabio. it has nothing to do with his appearance. >> also ahead, she's presided over her tv courtroom courtroom for years. now judge judy faces legal challenges of her own. >> and a consumer alert about automated banking. the identity theft scheme that could fool you when you least expect it. it is after our forecast map. 88 degrees in orlando, 49 degrees today in belfast, ireland, of course. >> very good. >> we celebrate. >> announcer: "world news now" weather, brought to you by finish quantum. . narrator: breakfast. dishes. dinner. dishes. marriage. dishes. sleeping. (snoring) (sputtering) dishes. not sleeping. dishes. life. dishes. death. dishes. existence. dishes. dishes, dishes, dishes... every dish, every time.
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to arrest him for allegedly stealing a car, and you see this. he led officers on a chase over busy freeways and streets. at one point the vehicle heading the wrong way. he jumped out of the vehicle and ran into the sherman oaks galleria shopping center. officers chased him on foot, eventually arresting him in the mall. now to another kind of crime. but this one a lot more discreetly committed. identity theft. >> a new warning how thieves can rob your account with a simple phone call. abc's rebecca jarvis has the details. >> thank you for calling. >> i would like to update my current telephone number. >> sure, we can definitely update your phone number. >> reporter: you're listening to a modern day bank robbery. really a thief using stolen bank account information. >> yes, i'd like to order some checks. >> reporter: ordering checks so he can get money from a you may not believe his prosecutors say he got that stolen info from a bank teller. >> and what transactions did you want to go over, sir?
account. he calls to access several. >> i would like to know how much available in my accounts, please. >> you have $14,327.13. >> bank tellers have access to very confidential data. >> reporter: cyrus vance, manhattan's top attorney, says bad tellers are often part of larger identity theft rings. >> they're selling that to individuals on the outside who will then take that information, turn it into credit cards or checks. and he says he's seen an >> reporter: and he says he's seen an alarming increase in these crimes even estimating he prosecutes a case once a month. should people around the country be worried? >> i think we should all be worried. that doesn't mean we should all panic. >> reporter: this woman didn't want us to show her face because she says she continues to have her identity stolen after she became a victim. >> nobody knew that this was happening. >> reporter: she says thousands of dollars from her account stolen just weeks before the biggest day of her life.
a year to save up a lot of cash to pay for our entire wedding and it was gone. >> reporter: she says she had no idea a bank teller had stolen her identity along with 28 other customers can until she received this letter from her bank. chase told her a former employee may have accessed your account information without authorization and gave it to someone outside of chase. chase says as soon as we discovered this, we immediately called the authorities. fired the employee and reimbursed the customers. we're sorry and angry this happened. but vance says not all banks aggressively fight and report these crimes. do you think the banks need to be doing more? >> i think some banks need to be doing more. if it's not reported to law enforcement, it's just an invitation for that criminal to keep the money and go onto the next account or the next bank. >> reporter: rebecca jarvis, abc news, new york. >> and rebecca also tells us that the american banker
banks use safeguards to prevent fraud including some sophisticated software, as well. >> they usually protect you if there's theft of some sort. they usually reimburse you. but it's still so frightening this could happen in this day and age. still drives me nuts most places don't take the little card. i think target is the only store i've been to that actually takes it. drives me nuts. >> it's getting there though. when we come back, what first lady michelle obama says she never wants to do after leaving the white house. >> and an emotional moment on stage for britney spears and her family.
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i will not run for president. no, no, not going to do it. hey, and here's one of the reasons why because i've got these two young people at home. and being the kids, the daughters of a president, just think about it. come on, young people. not so easy. >> she's got a great point. they deserve something special at the end of this term, i have to say, because they've handled themselves so gracefully and so wonderfully. look, they're all grown up now. she noted malia and sasha handled everything wonderfully. malia heads to college in the fall and the family plans to stay in d.c. till sasha finishes high school. you can't pull her out in the middle of high school, right? >> in her keynote address, the first lady talked about the importance of education for girls noting over 62 million girls worldwide are not in school. >> it would have been interesting to see if your daddy was president how you would have been in the white house during your high school years. >> i would have been a brat. >> you would have had some
tmz would be all over you. once upon a time in "the skinny," justin bieber had a physical altercation with the paparazzi. now the biebs is paying off. the 22-year-old settled out of court with an la based photographer for an undisclosed amount of money. >> it stems from a 2012 incident bieber allegedly attacked the man while on a date with then girlfriend selena gomez. the lawsuit claims he delivered a flying kick to the gut. tmz is reporting the payout was peanuts. >> i wonder what a flying kick to the gut looks like. >> what does that look like, brian? >> i'll show you. here we go. >> oh, lord. >> no, no, no. >> just not too much. >> oh, got you. >> thank you. >> how about we move. >> next britney spears certainly knows how to melt hearts, especially her sister. the younger spears sister jamie lynn was scheduled to perform at the legendary grand ole' opry whether he big sister britney came out on stage with her brother brian.
heart and soul. before introducing her sister who was clearly moved by her sibling's appearance. jamie lynn wiped away tears before singing in front of the crowd right there in nashville. >> brittany looks great. our great tradition of musical families like the spears just one of many reasons to love this country. >> yesterday, 6,000 people became american citizens in l.a. being in l.a., there were some celebrities in the crowd. >> among them the most famous of all, fabio in the world. fabio, look at the hair. the male model on the cover of countless novels said the american dream is still alive and well. >> i believe in this country so much. and i believe in the people of this country because you know, it's like it's the only place where you can really express yourself and get rewarded for it. >> the buff fabio then swept rob schneider into his arms. rob's wife was there also to become a citizen. congratulations. >> oh, that is really sweet.
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so your love for dark clothes will never fade. woolite darks. here comes the judge, here judge >> here comes the judge. judge judy finds herself in the middle of a lawsuit. >> the multimillion dollar suit claims her $47 million a year salary is just too much for a talent agency. abc's linsey davis has more. >> you are about to enter the courtroom of judge judith sheindlin. >> judge judy, the no nonsense cut to the chase courtroom commander. >> you speak, i rule. then you shut up. do you understand? >> reporter: known for her sizzling shutdowns. >> don't pea on my leg and tell me it's raining. >> reporter: finds herself in the middle of a courtroom drama,
>> please. >> reporter: talent agency rebel entertainment partners filed a lawsuit monday suing cbs television claiming the media giant failed to pay them millions in profits and saying the show is now losing money because of the judge's $47 million annual salary. >> $47 million is quite high for a salary. and leaves nothing for any of the people that were supposed to receive profits from the show >> reporter: the lawsuit claims rebel entertainment is entitled to 5% of the show's net profits. but says they haven't received a dime since february, 2010, when the judge's salary nearly doubled. that money allegedly coming out of the production budget. it's just egregious violation of the contract and shouldn't be allowed and won't be allowed. >> reporter: rebel entertainment
with them when the star began producing the spinoff show "hot bench," something they say cbs was obly gad to discuss with them. >> sit down. >> reporter: in a statement full of her signature sass, sheindlin who was not named as a plaintiff in the lawsuit, calls the complaint hilarious saying rebel entertainment's president has somehow received over $17 million from my program. now complaining about not getting enough money, that's real chutzpah. >> there's only one person who gets the last word in. >> cbs declined to comment and referred us to judge judy's statement. >> can you believe she's been on the air for 20 years. >> can you believe she's making $47 million a year? that would make anybody want to get into this business. >> there you go. oh, you know noe know what? if she's stepping down, i'm ready to step right in. i have no legal or judicial background but i can make it up as we go. >> you look pretty good in that. >> guilty, guilty. >> what am i guilty of? >> too much irish. >> what am i guilty of?
making news in america this morning, supreme court showdown. a new fight in washington across all three branches. president obama announcing his nomination for supreme court. senate republicans already refusing to consider his choice. we're live with the latest. canceled. donald trump single-handedly shutting down the next republican debate warning of riots if he's denied the nomination and taking aim at hillary clinton. a amazing survival story. a dog missing at sea after falling off a boat for more than a month found thrilling thursday, two great american traditions overlapping on the same day, the