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means good news for trump as there is no one alternative to the rate 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 supporters he was going home with his family to contemplate the future of his campaign. reena, kendis? >> show shawnna, 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 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 investigators have not been able to access one of the killer's phones. james comey tells congress it's one example of how encryption is interfering with terrorism investigation. and over in baltimore, 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. his case was the subject of a five-day court hearing that was two days longer 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 rulinging whether sayid should get another trial. nasa says it is unlikely a man in india was killed by a meteorite as indian government officials claimed. it 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. the evidence was more consistent with a land-based explosion than something from space. back here in the u.s., it should be quiet a scene tonight at a port in the new jersey when a royal caribbean megaliner pulls in after what by many accounts was a nightmare cruise.
to nowhere. the more than had 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 investigating 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. owe layah faith was born september 23 in charlotte, north carolina. she was 14 weeks early and weighed just 10 ounces. yesterday after four mounts of blood transfusions and careful feeding, doctors said she's ready to head home. her mother couldn't have ever been 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, five pounds and seven ounces. look at that gorgeous baby. she seems like a fighter. >> just wait till her teenage years. >> exactly. >> you'll find out what kind of young lady she will be. well today is ash wednesday. that means lent has begun and that means plenty you have folks probably need to do a little more exercising today. >> yeah, we're seeing that because they likely spent their day eating those polish jelly filled doughnuts onl served on fat tuesdays. one one bakery in milwaukee was filling huge orders. one person ordered 75 dozen of them. 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? >> we'll have to work on that for next year. >> in new orleans, the mardi gras partying is winding down. is this live pictures from bourbon street here? people are still out.
and now many of the revelers who were having a grand time last night can start dealing with their hangovers once they sober up. 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 and political speeches of the night. candidates in their own words. and 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. ♪ (ugh.) ♪
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returning to our top story, voters demanding for 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 seen there surged to a an distant second place. as of this hour, ted cruz, jeb bush and marco rubio maintained a tight three-way race for thirds place. 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 and kendis. 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 now he leaves new hampshire with quite a lot of momentum into the next few states in nevada and south carolina. he thanked volunteers but also sort of switched his tone. he said that his victory here was sending a profound message. 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 has now become a bernie sanders phrase. he was able to harness enthusiasm and energy, he said, and it is exactly that enthusiasm and energy he believes will be necessary for democrats to win in november. reena and kendis?
>> 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 nonchristian. he's jewish even though he says he believes god is in his own words, he said all of us are connected. an all life is connected. that's why we're all tied. he is the first jew and nonchristian to win a presidential primary of major political parties. this is a big moment. but it's also amazing we're calling this such a big moment. >> that's a big deal. >> exactly. >> all right. we'll see how it plays out in the christian south. coming up, full analysis of where the campaigns stand now. >> after an evening of ups and downs, the race for the white house now turning a new corner. you're watching "world news now."
process like much of the entire campaign season, last night's new hampshire primary fulfilled some expectations but offered so many surprises, as well. >> 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.
>> reporter: 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. >> reporter: and then he's going to start leading in certain states around the country. so she's in a real fight now for ththe nominati. still favored, but she's going to have to fight this out. through march and probably into april. 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 victorious against some of these people even if it's for one week. 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 favored and goes into the march 1st states in still a dominant position. it the establishment is probably in full-on panic mode. how can they 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 establishment. >> 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.
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try delsym®. those pictures of downtown manchester, new hampshire, where there were a lot of the fireworks last night. things are calming down in new hampshire overnight but the race for the white house just keeps picking up more speed. >> after the primary election results rolled in, the candidates had plenty to say. some were beaming, others defeatsed. and the rest hoping to hang in for the long-long haul. >> thank you, new hampshire. >> we love you. we're going to be back a lot. we're not going to forget you. you started it. remember, you starred it. >> the most important question 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 giveaway. we're not going to let it 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 by the way 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 democrat 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. [mother] yeah but this neighborhood,i feel like
this morning on "world news now," political surprises in new hampshire. >> donald trump walks away with the republican primary victory. and democrat bernie sanders easily defeats lkt. the record turnout and the surprises from voters live from manchester. >> and what's next for the republicans? with john kasich taking second place and jeb bush's political spending, can anyone emerge as a major competitor to donald trump? >> and later "the mix," you never know what you'll see in a new hampshire polling place. what was a 600-pound pig doing here anyway? >> it's wednesday, february 10th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." it is wednesday, a busy one. i'm kendis gibson. >> and i'm reena ninan. we begin with the commanding