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tonight, breaking news on the baby formula shortage and on covid in children. tonight, what the cdc is now saying about a new booster for children. first, the fda commissioner pressed on the formula shortage by lawmakers on both sides. insisting the supply shortage will begin to get better, quote, within days. but acknowledging it will be a few weeks until we're back to normal. ramping up production at home and the defense department now using commercial planes to bring in formula from abroad. to buffalo, and tonight, the suspect charged with killing ten people, in court today wearing an orange jumpsuit and shackles, in front of grieving relatives of the victims. what was shouted at him in court. and will that beloved grocery store stay open in that community?
the employee who hasn't taken off his name tag since that awful day. tonight, children and covid in this country, and the cdc panel now recommending tonight pfizer booster shots for children 5 to 11. pfizer now says it increases antibodies against the original omicron variant 22-fold. just as new child covid infections hit their highest point since february. the abortion battle in this country, and tonight, the oklahoma legislature passing the most restrictive abortion ban in america. banning abortion beginning at conception, with few exceptions ad sending it to the governor tonight. president biden meeting with leaders of finland and sweden at the white house today, supporting their bid to join nato, defying threats from vladimir putin. the abc news exclusive tonight. martha raddatz on board the "uss maine." one obvious 14 ballistic missile submarines protecting the u.s. from potential nuclear threats. and what they kept secret there martha even while she was onboard. the first case of monkeypox in the u.s. this year. what we know about the patient in massachusetts. and the possible new case now
being investigated in new york city. the explosion at a construction company. emergency crews rushing to the scene tonight. several hurt, including firefighters. in london tonight, 36 years after "top gun," tom cruise and the royal moment with duchess kate. you'll see the images. and america strong here tonight, the surprise letter at graduation. and that was just the beginning. good evening and it's great to have you with us here on a thursday night. and we begin tonight with breaking news on covid and children. the cdc panel now officially recommending a new booster for children 5 to 11 amid this spike in new cases. also, the major news on the baby formula shortage. the fda commissioner before members of congress today insisting that the supply shortage will begin to get better, quote, within days. but acknowledging it won't be back to normal for many weeks.
saying the abbott factory in michigan, shut down since february because of a recall, will be back up and running again as soon as next week. of course, it then takes time to get it made, delivered, and then make it to store shelves. across the country tonight, parents still finding those empty shelves, and this evening, where do things stand in the effort to ramp up production with the defense production act? and the defense department now using commercial planes to bring in formula from overseas. abc's mireya villarreal leading us off tonight. >> reporter: tonight in washington, lawmakers grilling the head of the fda, demanding to know how the baby formula crisis was allowed to happen. >> you can't hide behind an investigation. we need answers. we need them now. >> you know, as i've said, we could do better than we did. >> reporter: dr. robert califf promising the situation will get gradually better with the reopening of abbott's main formula manufacturing plant in michigan. >> we've already made significant progress.
and i think we are on track to get open within the next week to two weeks. most likely at the outer bound two weeks. >> reporter: president biden invoking the defense production act to rush formula ingredients to manufacturers and import formula from overseas. but even with that, the fda commissioner acknowledging it will be a few weeks until things get back to normal. >> are you sleepy, baby? >> reporter: cold comfort for parents like amanda mendoza, who is struggling to feed her 7-month-old daughter. >> i went to over 20 stores in one day. >> reporter: aisle upon aisle of empty shelves. >> it's like this everywhere we go. >> reporter: the search stressful and demoralizing. >> sometimes i want to cry when i don't find it. because i don't know if she's going to eat. >> reporter: in that same town, another mom, jacquelyn medrano, joining a facebook group to try to help. it's called the nationwide formula search. with nearly 800 members in less than two weeks.
>> essentially, you could have a mom who hasn't been able formula in their area, but maybe someone in another state has what they're needing. you can really hear how desperate these women are becoming, trying to figure out what their next move is going to be. >> reporter: how does that make you feel? >> it makes me feel like i can't do enough. >> mireya villarreal is with us from fort worth tonight. and tonight, we're also learning that more than a million bottles of formula will soon be on its way to the trust overseas as part of this effort? >> reporter: that's right, david. we just learned that the first flight will come in from switzerland as a part of the administration's operation fly formula. we do understand that this first shipment will focus on 246 palettes that are specialized formula for children that have a cow's milk/dairy allergy.
we know right now, that is a very critical medical need for all the parents out there that have been searching for days, if not weeks, to find this special formula. david? >> yeah, the help can't get here soon enough. mireya, thank you. we turn now to buffalo, where the 18-year-old accused in that deadly mass shooting, authorities say was fueled by racist hate, appearing in court today. ordered to remain behind bars, facing one count of murder so far. a grand jury weighing more charges. victims' family members facing the gunman for the first time. what was shouted in that courtroom. abc's stephanie ramos in buffalo again tonight. >> reporter: tonight, the 18-year-old accused of shooting 13 people in a racially motivated attack at that buffalo supermarket appearing in court, under tight security. for the first time, payton gendron facing the families of the ten killed and three injured five days ago. >> do you understand what today's proceeding is about? >> he does. >> reporter: and as he was led out of thecourtroom, a victim's relative yelling out. >> payton, you're a coward! >> reporter: the suspect, who pleaded not guilty to an initial charge of first degree murder, now indicted by a grand jury.
with 11 out of the 13 shooting victims black, authorities are investigating saturday's rampage at the tops store as a hate crime and racially motivated violent extremism. >> how dare you! >> reporter: victims' relatives sharing their anguish today. among them, the mother of hayward patterson's son, jake. >> his heart is broken. he hasn't slept. he hasn't ate. and as a mother, what i am supposed to do? >> reporter: investigators are combing through the suspect's social media posts, where authorities say he documented his lmonths-long plot to kill a many black people as possible. the suspect able to collect weapons, even after he was investigated by state police nearly a year ago for disturbing comments about murder/suicide around his high school graduation. neither the school nor police filing a petition in a court, which could have triggered a red flag for any gun purchases in the future. tonight, the fbi concluding its investigation at the
supermarket, releasing it to tops as the company vowed to reopen. >> and it will be an honor to the victims and all the survivors of this tragic event. >> reporter: employee jerome bridges says he'll return, telling our affiliate wkbw he led colleagues to safety in a back room when the gunfire erupted. since that day, he has not taken off his tops name tag. >> it helps remind me that anything is possible, anything can happen at any time, any place, any day of the week. >> that's really extraordinary, stephanie, the worker who hasn't taken his store name tag off, devoted to that store. and we sensed it when we were on the scene with you this week, as soon as you get there, you hear from everyone, not just the workers, but everyone the community, how central that lone grocery store is to that community. >> reporter: exactly, david. that area was a food desert before the tops supermarket
arrived. the mayor tells me he fought hard for years to get that store there, and over the years, it's become much more than a market, it's become a community center. so, losing it was a hardship. but now that there are plans to reopen, tops says they will do so in a respectful manner and also in a way where they can honor the victims. david? >> all right, stephanie, thank you again tonight. we're going to turn now to that developing headline on covid and children. a cdc panel today now officially recommending the new pfizer booster shot for children 5 to 11. at least five months after the initial shots. it comes as new cases nationwide have now quadrupled since late march. nearly 100,000 new infections in this country. new cases involving children now the highest since february. here's whit johnson. reporter: tigonht, a cdc panesil gning ofonf booster otshs for ki 5ds to 11 yrsea d,ol five mohsnt after tirhe initial shots. >> 11 seyes, one n oo,ne stention. and tsohe motiopan sses. >> reporr:te the cdcoi pnting to the vaincce's wani pngrotection ainst sytompmatic infections
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