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p breaking news tonight in the prace for 2016. pat this hour, two big names pdropping out of the race. pand can any republican stop pdonald trump? phis major victory in new phampshire. palso, the surprise in second lace. pone-on-one with marco rubio and phis stunning admission. lus, clinton versus sanders, pand the brand new battle tonight pfor the south. p also breaking at this hour, pfrom the justice department, a pfederal lawsuit against the olice and the city, accused of poutright discrimination. p the new warning for airlines pand passengers tonight. pthe explosion from batteries pcommonly carried in the cargo
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p the hospital horror. pthe doctor who operated on the pwrong newborn. pas we ask tonight, how does this phappen? p and, your credit cards this pevening, and the fees you don't pneed to be paying. pand the one simple step that pfinds them for you. p good evening and it's great pto have you with hirs on a pwednesday night. pand we begin here with major new pdevelopments in the race for p2016. pthe chips falling fast after new phampshire. ptwo candidates now out of the prace. pchris christie and carly fiorina pdropping out. plast night, the outsiders pwinning. pafter that huge win for donald ptrump in new hampshire, he's now pin south carolina at this hour, pabout to hold a major event. ptrump won new hampshire. pthe other headline, the surprise psecond finish for ohio governor pjohn kasich, as we ask him, is phe ready for a battle with ptrump? pand, senator marco rubio ptonight, explaining to us why he pcame in fifth place.
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pdebate and his performance. pabc's jonathan karl in south pcarolina tonight, asking, can pany republican now beat trump? p>> reporter: donald trump's pvictory, in a world d -- huge. psteamrolling the competition. p>> i wanted to congratulate the pother candidates, okay? pnow that i got that over with, pyou know, it's always tough and pthen tomorrow, boom, boom. pbut that's the way it is. p>> reporter: today, for anyone pwho thought trump was just a preality star -- p p>> reporter: -- new hampshire pwas a reality check. ptrump pulverized his closest prival 2 to 1, and now he's palready predicting his next pvictory. p>> we are going now to south pcarolina! pwe're going to win in south pcarolina. p>> reporter: but in south pcarolina, trump is already under pattack by ted cruz. pwho, today released this video. p>> look! pi got the trump action figure. p>> no way. plet's see! p>> what does he do? p>> he pretends to be a prepublican.
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ptoday, a big crowd for ohio pgovernor john kasich. psecond place finisher, running pan upbeat campaign. p>> tonight, the light overcame pthe darkness of negative pcampaigning. p>> reporter: but today, kasich psays he's ready to fight. p>> don't mess with me, okay? pso, i'm not going to be a pin pcushion or a marshmallow, but pi'm also not going to spend my ptime trying to trash other eople. p>> reporter: perhaps the biggest pdisappointment in new hampshire pwas marco rubio, fifth place, pblaming his debate disaster. p>> our disappointment tonight is pnot on you. pit's on me. pit's on me. pi did not do well on saturday pnight, so, listen to this -- pthat will never happen again. p>> reporter: rubio had all the pmomentum until his repeat-a-thon pat the abc news debate. p>> let's dispel once and for all phe's doing. pdoing. p>> let's dispel with this
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pdoesn't know what he's doing. p>> reporter: today, we caught up pwith rubio as he and his family pleft snowy new hampshire. p>> how did they let you guys on phere, man? p>> reporter: on board, a crush pof reporters. pbut later, onon one, i asked him pto explain what went wrong. pso, what happened to you in that pmoment? p>> in the debate? pyou know, i had made the pdecision that i didn't want to pget into a debate where i'm pgoing to attack other prepublicans. pand in hindsight, you know, pmaybe that was a mistake. pi shouldn't have done it that pway, because what it did was, it pmoved me to a message that ivoted away from the question erception that i tried to evade pit. p>> reporter: rubio tells me he's pnow ready to hit donald trump. plet's face it. pyou laid off trump. p>> you know, my campaign has pthese sorts of inter-republican pfights. pnow, if there's a policy pdifference, we'll talk about olicy differences. p>> reporter: but are you going pto go after donald trump? p>> we're going to talk about olicy differences. phe is now the front-runner, pokay? phe is clearly the front runner pfor the republican nomination. pcarolina. phampshire last night.
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pcarolina. pdonald trump, about to take the pstage there behind you. phe loves the polls. pso, tell our viewers tonight, pwhere does he stand there? p>> reporter: david, he has led pevery major poll in south pcarolina since october. pthe most recent one, a week pbefore the iowa caucuses and he phad a double hf -digit lead. p>> and meantime, jon, two prace. pnew jersey governor chris pchristie, saying he is leaving pthe race, meeting with his pcampaign staff late today after pspending time with his family, phis wife on this. pand former hewlett-packard ceo pcarly fiorina announcing she's pout, too. psuddenly, the stakes even higher pfor those who are left? p>> reporter: absolutely. pand remember, this race started pwith 17 republican candidates. pnow, we are down to six. pdonald trump and five others all pdividing up the anti-trump vote, pand that leaves trump solidly in pthe lead. p>> all right, jon karl reporting pin from south carolina tonight. pjon, thank you. p on the democratic side
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pbernie sanders, after his major pvictory over hillary clinton by p22 points. phere in new york city today, pvisiting harlem and since his pvictory last night, raising more pthan $5 million in just 24 phours. psecretary clinton here in new pyork, as well, hud ming with her pteam now, conceding she has a plot of work to do, especially pamong young voters. ptonight, abc's cecilia vega pasking bernie sanders if the pnext battles in south carolina pand nevada were held tonight, pcould he beat clinton? pand cecilia got a very honest panswer. p>> reporter: today in harlem, a phero's welcome for bernie psanders. phugs from the rev lend al psharpton, breakfast at the piconic soul food restaurant psylvia's. psanders reaching out for pafrican-american support, hoping pto build on the momentum from phis big win. p>> because of a huge voter pturnout, and i say huge -- we pwon. p>> reporter: sanders now vowing
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pforward. p>> and now, it's onto nevada, psouth carolina and beyond. pnice to see you again. pbut today, when i asked, this pstark admission. pif the election were tomorrow, pcarolina and nevada? p>> no. pfortunately for us, the election pis not tomorrow. p>> reporter: he faces an uphill pclimb in those states, where a plarge portion of the m theic pvote is black and latino. pit explains his visit to harlem ptoday, trying to match hillary pclinton's strong support in pthose communities. pdo you really think you can beat pher on that? pthere are polls that show you pnonwhite voters. p>> i'm not denying that we have pgot a lot of work in front of pbut we have already closed the pgap. pwithin the african-american and platino communities. p>> reporter: hillary dloin now pfighting hard for those voters. p>> you have to face up to the phard truth of injustice and psystemic racism. p>> reporter: in new hampshire,
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pbrave face in defeat. p>> now, we take this campaign to pthe entire country. pwe're going to fight for every pvote. p>> reporter: but today, clinton poff the trail. pher team trying to figure out phow she managed to lose women pvoters 44% to 55%, and young eople, 16% to 83%. pclinton already trying to woo pthem. p>> i know i have some work to pdo. articularly with young people, pbut i will repeat again what i phave said this week -- even -- peven if they are not supporting pme now, i support them. p>> reporter: but today on "the pview," sanders paying hillary pclinton a compliment during a plittle game of campaign word passociation. p>> donald trump? p>> one nice thing. pcome on, bernie. pone nice thing. p>> he has nice ties?
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p>> humble. p>> hillary clinton? p>> intelligent. p>> cecilia vega with us live ptonight here in new york. pvery tough loss for hillary pclinton. pand are learning that tonight, pher top aides are calling key pfight? p>> reporter: that's right, pdavid. pthere were calls today to pdonors, supporters on capitol phill. paides trying to ease concerns pafter what happened in new phampshire. pthe big question right now, pthough, is what happened next? pthese aides privately are saying pthey are heading into south pcarolina in good shape, but they pare worried about what would phappen in nevada, david. p>> all right, cecilia vega with pus again tonight. pthank you. p to another breaking headline pat this hour. plate today, the department of pjustice suing the city of pferguson. pfiling a civil rights lawsuit, palleging the city routinely pviolated the rights of presidents, misusing law penforcement, calling the abuses, pquote, ongoing an pervasive. pthe nation watched those images pas they came in, police in pcombat gear, clashing with rotesters.
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pbrown, the unarmed black teen, pkilled by a white police pofficer. pa grand jury later choosing not pto indict that officer, and pabc's senior justice pcorrespondent pierre thomas, plive in our washington bureau ptonight. pwhat comes next? p>> reporter: david, tonight, the pjustice department is going to a pfederal judge to force the city pof ferguson to overhaul its olice department. pa blistering press conference pthis evening, the attorney pgeneral has just accused the pferguson police of, quote, pracial bias against pafrican-americans, calling the ractices egregious and routine pin that city that saw so much pracial unrest in the summer of p2014. pthis new lawsuit comes after pferguson city council last night prejected a deal the city had pnegotiated with the justice pdepartment. plynch announced she is suing pless than 24 hours later, highly punusual, david. p>> all right, pierre thomas with pthe live developments on pferguson tonight. ierre, thank you. p now, to the extreme weather pwe're tracking at this hour. p11 states under winter weather palerts, record-breaking cold on pthe way in the east. precord-breaking heat in the west
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pimages coming in from outside pcleveland tonight. pslick roads there. pa major pileup, parts of i-90, pshut down. plet's get right to rob marciano, ptracking all of this, really a ptail ptale of two countries tonight. p>> reporter: it is. pthe cold could be in some spots pthe coldest they've seen. pin the west, a big ridge out pthere. pthat drops down even more cold pto the east. pbig trough, and we'll see more plake effect snow showers and psqualls kind of rotate through pthe area. pand the real cold stuff will pcome in this weekend. pwind chills, 10 to 20 degrees pbelow zero across the northeast. pthat means actual temperatures pright around zero degrees. ptime to think about protecting pyour pipes and other vulnerable pareas in your home. pdavid? p>> rob, thank you. p now, to the giant cruise pship rocked by hurricane-force pwinds, filled with american assengers filming the whole pthing. pfinally returning home at this phour. pand abc's linzie day sey davis is there. p>> reporter: 4,500 now sea weary assengers making their way back pto new jersey tonight, three pdays ahead of schedule, after
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p>> it's probably the biggest pscare that i've had so far in my plife. p>> reporter: a team of coast pguard inspectors on deck to pdetermine the extent of storm pdamage to the roil caribbean pcruise ship after it was pounded pfor hours by hurricane-force pwinds. p>> i just want to see land at pthis point. p>> reporter: maritime lawyer pjim walker says the half dozen assengers who have already pcalled him from the ship -- psaying they feared for their plives -- probably don't have a pcase. p>> the cases probably won't be psuccessful. p>> reporter: but he says one pcould argue the cruise line pignored several weather redictions of the storm, though pthe captain says he didn't prealize the magnitude ahead of ptime. p>> just exploded. p>> reporter: the ntsb says it's pcurrently considering an pinvestigation. panthem of the seas has a psold-out, eight-day cruise pdeparting for the bahamas on psaturday. proil caribbean tells us it is pscheduled to continue as lanned. pdavid? p>> linsey, thank you. p now, to a developing pheadline on a story we've been pfollowing here.
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plithium batteries on planes. pthe risk they could cause a, pquote, catastrophic fire. pthe stunning images the faa pwants you to see. pyou're about to see what phappened. pabc's david kerley covers paviation for us. p>> reporter: this is the faa's pown test of what can happen if a pshipment of lithium ion pbatteries spontaneously ignites. pthese batteries can lead to p"catastrophic aircraft loss," pthe faa is warn, tonight, and p"cannot effectively control a plithium battery fire." pthey power our computers and ptablets. pand can overheat and ignite. pthink about the house fires and phoverboard fires suspected to be pcaused by lithium batteries ptwo 747s have crashed, the ackages of batteries they pcarried suspected of pcontributing. pthat's why the national ptransportation safety board is palso out with a precommendation -- that if pbatteries are carried, they are
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pmaterials and the number of pbatteries be restricted. pairline pilots want even more -- pthat the batteries be listed as phazardous. p>> we cannot continue to lose pthese airplanes due to fires pthat are uncontained and quickly pbring an airplane down. p>> reporter: major u.s. carriers pdon't allow the shipments of plithium batteries, but that's pnot true for all airlines, which pis why the faa is calling on pthose carriers to study the prisks of carrying this otentially dangerous cargo. pdavid? p>> david kerley at reagan pnational for us. pdavid, thank you. p we turn now to a stunning pmedical error. pa new mom who says she thought pher newborn was being taken for pa routine checkup. pinstead, she was taken into psurgery, the doctor operating on pthe wrong newborn. pabc's steve osunsami asking, how pdoes this happen? p>> hi there! p>> reporter: doctors call what phappened to this newborn baby in ptennessee a "never event," psomething that should never phappen. pbut this past december, after pjennifer melton gave berth to pher healthy son, she says the
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pcenter in lebanon, tennessee, ptook baby nate away for what was psupposed to be a physical. p>> at this point, the nurse pstarted to mention the procedure pthat had been performed on him. p>> reporter: when they brought pthe baby back, they learned pthere was a terrible mistake. pa doctor had performed a psurgical procedure meant for a pdifferent child. p>> at that point, i began to cry physterically. pessentially, they took our pchild, who was 100% healthy, and pjust took him out of the nursery pand cut his mouth. p>> reporter: the family gave us pthese medical records that show pit was a frenulectomy, where pthey cut underneath the tongue pso it moves better for children phaving trouble nursing. p>> there is no excuse for poperating on the wrong baby. pnone. p>> reporter: in statement ptonight, the hospital says it pcan't get into specifics because pof privacy laws, but says they p"take seriously any concerns pbrought to our attention." pthe family's lawyer tells us the pdoctor did apologize, but says pthe hospital still billed them pfor the procedure. pdavid? p>> that's incredible. psteve osunsami tonight.
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p there is still much more pahead on "world news tonight" pthis wednesday. pstolen social security numbers, pmore than 400,000 of them, used pto try to claim tax refunds. pand we'll have late pdevelopments. p also, the consumer headline pabout your credit cards tonight. pfees you don't need to be aying. pand one simple step that finds pthem for you. p also, the common hanging plamps in your home that could pfall and cause gyres. p and look at this. pthe elderly couple hit by a progue wave. pnearly washed out to sea. pthe rush to get everyone back on pland. pincredible. pthis does end well. pwe'll be right back. p p pwmur p pyep, vern from voya. t why are you orange? that's a little weird. preally? that's the weird part in this scenario? plook, orange money represents the money you put away for
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