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across the pacific, japan still reeling from those two deadly jolts that hit in the dead of night. >> reporter: earthquake? >> reporter: abc's matt gutman hiked to this dramatic scene. >> reporter: this mudslide was over a half mile wide. it came roaring down this mountain, ripping it in half and then obliterating that bridge and those roads on the other side. >> reporter: those three deadly earthquakes all on the volatile ring of fire, that also includes the west coast of the u.s. so many are asking if we're next. >> here in california, we expect an earthquake the size of the one that hit in japan about once every decade or two. we can tell from geology the pacific northwest, at some point, they're going to have a magnitude nine. >> with so many still missing, the death toll is expected to rise. we're also learning that one american is among the dead but on a brighter note, three people have now been pulled out much a collapsed shopping center where they were trapped for more than 32
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wah wah door. >> the scaffolding collapses in toronto sent three people to the hospital. the crash happened yesterday afternoon at a construction site. a mother and baby in a stroller were wreefly trapped in the rubble but later pulled to safety. the stroller might have saved the child by absorbing the impact of the crash. now to the markets. asian stock marks mostly higher. investors are encouraged by wall street's ral little to its highest level in recent months. the dow closed just about 18,000. it's now within striking distance of the all time high set last may. target meanwhile is increasing its minimum wage to $10 an hour following the lead of other retailers and states. walmart and sam's club employees got an increase in february and new york and california have new laws to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour. sales of the hottest sparkling white wine in the world could soon run dry.
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third in the past year while those of champagne and other wines are nearly flats. there's so much prosecco that can be produces. it's grapeses are only grown in a smart portion of italy. better load up now. >> this does not bode well for a newly wed couple in britain. the 25-year-old groom rented a ferrari spider worth more than $340 you,000 for the big day and then promptly crashed right into a wall. >> the sports car is very powerful and a little hard for an inexperiences driver to control. the accident could cost the newlyweds more than $35,000. 7,000 of that is the deposit which i'm guessing will not be refunded. >> the driver, by the way, he wasn't injured. just his wallet injuries, maybe his pride. >> what do you do now, dude? do you cancel the honeymoon? is that
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>> don't they give them lessons how to drive these things. >>ing. > no. >> by the way, it's not a ford. don't slam your foot on gas, buddy. look at that. >> i wonder if he had it in the wrong gear. he was in reverse? >> must have been something. the guy is a 25-year-old tire fitter in his dad's garage about the accident happened the day after the wedding. i mean, i'm feeling kind of sad because you know, it's his wedding. you're all enthusiastic. wait a second, $35,000 debt. boom. >> the thing is, it doesn't look like he kind of grazed a little. he plowed right into the wall. >> you're fascinated by his horrific driving. >> i mean, i'm sad to say, i kind of wish it was on video. i want to see exactly how it happened. best of luck to the happy couple. >> yes. mazeltov. coming up, a hollywood power couple apologizes to australia. that's right. johnny depp and h
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an apology and narrowly miss a criminal conviction if you remember. what they did later this half hour. >> and while runners from ethiopia swept yesterday's boss to be marathon, why some homegrown heros this morning are being hailed as winners, as well. you're watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" weather, brought to you by colonial penn life insurance. happy birthday! oh, you. (laughing) this was a wonderful surprise. you know, at our age, not all surprises can be this good. you're not kidding. (female #1) remember peggy's surprise last month when frank died? so sudden; all the funeral expenses. they were not prepared. well, i'm not going to burden my family with my final expenses. -huh? -i called about the colonial penn program this morning. i'm alex trebek. if you're age 50 to 85, call about the colonial penn program now. your acceptance is guaranteed.
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it just looks like you. nice'n easy: color as real as you are. there are nearly 27,000 people with sore muscles and finishing medals this morning following the 120th running of the boston marathon. in the men's race it was lemi berhanu hayle of ethiopia winning and an ethiopian won the women's race atsede baysa finishing in just over two hours 29 minutes. it's the first time that ethiopian runners have swept both top places in boston. >> kudo dozen them. the other folks may not have
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of the participants from yesterday's marathon have definitely emerged as winners. >> three years after the marathon bombing survivors are setting their own records. john at water of our boston station has that story . >> reporter: mark was the first survivor to come down boylston street crossing the finish line with his hand cycle. >> i'm dealing with a shoulder injury from the bombing. >> reporter: mark's one of a number of survivors who three years after the bombings having overcome extraordinary obstacles. >> it was amazing. just the support. i did this for people that ran for me. for my son to know it can be done. >> reporter: for patrick downs, crossing the finish line was a milestone in a journey as he recovers after losing a leg. he went directly to his wife who is also a survivor. >> we know we have a lot of spirt on our side in the city because we responded with love and peace and goodness
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that will always win. >> reporter: for many of the survivors a finish sends a resounding message three years after one of the city's darkest days. >> terrorism is really perverted thing. it's a delusion of grandeur that somehow they think that they are doing the ultimate justice in this world. that's not how this works. love and peace. >> reporter: wow. well said. >> i went to school in boston for four years, attended. it's such a big event. it's all about camaraderie and the feeling just being in the crowd, not even running the race is just amazing. so to be there on an occasion where you're seeing people who underwent this krosh the finish line, what amazing feat. >> kudos to all of them. mark wahlberg was filming a scene fur a movie. there he is right there for a movie called "patriot day." >> incognito. >> playing a boston cop related to the bombings back in 2013. but look at him. he's g
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and everything else. >> he's originally from dorchester. so -- and had some experience with the boston police while he lived in dorchester. a role reversal for mark wahlberg. >> indeed from dorchester. coming up, it's one of the most important days in the presidential primary season. >> and voters head to the new york polls today. why it's been so hard for the candidates to win over this most challenging voting bloc. you're watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc statio
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>> millions of voters head to the polls today in one of the most pivotal elections of the primary seen. >> new york is the fourth most populace states and one of the most diverse. that could be why it's so hard for the candidates to put their finger on the pulse of what are new york values. >> abc has the latest. >> god bless the great state of new york. >> reporter: it rarely gets this much attention. but this election season, new york is front and center. >> there is no place like new york city! >> reporter: after a competitive primary on both sides of the aisle, new york could solidify the front-runner's status or give the underdogs reason to keep going. trump, clinton and sanders all have ties to the state. >> i grew up in this community and i remember it
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>> reporter: cruz had a lot of explaining to do. you'll remember this comment he made back in january. >> i think most people know exactly what new york values are. >> i'm from new york. i don't. >> but you're from new york so you might not. let's be clear. the people of new york know exactly what those values are. they're the values of liberal democratic politicians like andrew cuomo, like anthony weiner, like eliot spitzer. >> reporter: his rivals pounced. in fact, all five candidates spent a lot of time redefining new york values. >> what are new york values? number one, honesty and straight talking. >> new york values are american values. >> reporter: and from the bronx, to brooklyn, they all tried really hard to win over new yorkers first with the food. there's bernie having a hot dog in coney island, john kasich having pizza. he's of but with utensils? even the donald has foreclosed over his slice.
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>> i'm a thin crust guy. >> reporter: he also makes matzo. meanwhile, clinton revealed her secret weapon. >> what's something you always carry with you? >> hot sauce. >> she hoped to impress by going underground but her swiping technique rusty. her rival didn't know about the metro card. all of their quirks and missteps it becoming fodder for a new york institution. >> way to get around. it's been awhile. is this a working metroard card. >> reporter: whether or not they've managed to problem themselves to votes are here in new york, we'll see when the polls close later tonight. there are 95 delegates at stake on the republican side and 247 on the democratic side. diane, ryan. >> abc's ines day la core tata. i can't get over kasich eating pizza with a fork. why won't these guys realize that when you're doing your
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distance with you. go long. ♪ ♪ you see me do my work, work, work ♪ ♪ >> i always like when i know the song. >> that's the only one i know though. >> like i'm in the no. he famously played a pirate on the big screen but prosecutors in australia say actor johnny depp played a real-life
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a major apology to the country they managed to avoid a criminal conviction. here's lara spencer. >> reporter: johnny depp and amber heard submitted this video to the australian court. >> i'm truly sorry that pistol and blue were not declared. protecting australia is important. >> clear everything when you enter australia. >> reporter: depp's demeanor more serious than when he was discussing the so-called war on terriers with jimmy kimmel. >> did you smuggle the dogs into the country. >> we were under the impression we had all the paperwork done for the dogs. there might have been other things smuggled. >> reporter: the case made headlines when heard brought pistol and boo to queensland on a private jet last april to visit depp while he filmed an installment of the "pirates of the caribbean." but when heard asks asked if she was carrying a
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checked no on her immigration card. the government reacted angrily. >> movie stars even though they've been the sexiest man alive twice to come into our nation. why don't we just break the laws for everybody. >> seems a little mad at johnny depp for winning sexiest man alive twice. think maybe he thought evers in the running? >> who does he think he is when he's sexiest man in the world not once but twice. he thought he was a contender at least. what's going on with this video. can we just talk about it? why is the camera on a table? why do they look like they're in a gulag. what's going on. >> i think the dogs are safe and sound. australia's safe. >> thank goodness.
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this morning on "world news now," it's primary day in new york. >> as voters head to the polls, the candidates make their cases to the delegate-rich empire state. overnight, donald trump's latest faux pas. an awkward slip of the tongue in front of a huge crowd. >> the fight over immigration hits the supreme court. the justices now only eight appear split. what this could mean for 11 million undocumented immigrants and their families. >> a gunman attempts to rob a bar but not so fast. this woman holding a baby guess berserk on the would be robber. of course, only after putting baby in the corner. did you file your taxes? because time is up. so why would this band be coming to play in front of your place if you haven't paid up yet? it's musical mortification on this tuesday it,pr


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