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results in the race for the white house. bernie sanders with a big night, donald trump winning michigan as well. the crown jewel of the evening. sanders pulled off the upset victory in the first industrial state to vote so far. defying the polls and pundits but hillary clinton scored big in mississippi claiming more than 80% of the votes. now they're poised to face off again. returning to the debate stage tonight for eighth time. it is "your voice, your vote." abc's david wright has the latest from cleveland. david, good morning. >> reporter: kendis and reena, hello from cleveland where hillary clinton was clearly hoping to give a victory speech, instead she came out and addressed her supporters giving a standard stump speech telling busy week. >> as we move through this week of travel and door-knocking and phone-calling, if you work for
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will work my heart out for you. i will work every single day. >> reporter: as late as tuesday, the polls showed her a good 10, 15 points ahead in michigan so the fact it turned into a late night is a surprise for her campaign and a disappointment. optimism. he told his supporters as he told us, he plans to fight on. >> what tonight means is that the bernie sanders campaign, the people's, the people's revolution that we are talking about, the political revolution that we are talking about is strong in every part of the country and, frankly, we believe that our strongest areas are yet to happen. >> reporter: sanders is in miami, florida, where he will be debating hillary clinton, a lot of eyes will be focused on that debate now as this democratic primary is newly energized. kendis, reena.
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wright. michigan is sanders' first win. and will likely help him raise money. he gave thanks to supporters saying the corporate media counted us out. the pollsters said we were behind, but we won. thank you, michigan. sanders' snapchat account showing the democrat closely watching the michigan returns on tv. on the republican side the night belonged to donald trump with victories in michigan, mississippi and hawaii. >> ted cruz picked up idaho and battled it out with john kasich for second place in michigan but marco rubio came up empty-handed failing to win a single state. trump's victories followed a week of blistering attacks when the establishment bent on nomination. >> trump looked ahead to the general election. but not before taking a few swipes at his fellow republicans. they didn't do so well tonight, folks. didn't do well. they didn't do well.
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>> even though trump and sanders are far apart on the political spectrum, they both rode a wave of voter discontent picking up support for people frustrated with the washington establishment. >> trump's victory comes in the middle of yet another controversy. this time under fire for asking supporters at a recent campaign event to raise their right hands in a sort of pledge of allegiance to him. now, ted cruz is chiming in saying what trump did is profoundly wrong. >> this notion of demanding people stand and raise their hand s hands pledging allegiance, we're familiar with that. in monarchies, the kings and queens demand that of their subjects. but in america, no man is above the law. >> others have compared trump to hitler saying his actions are reminiscent of the third reich and the nazi salute.
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in the delegate counts. when pledged delegates and superdelegates are added together hillary clinton has a wide need but not enough to clinch. trump. some revealing information from voters, mississippi republican voters overwhelmingly supporting trump's plan to ban non-u.s. muslims from entering the country, 76% supporting that plan. >> in michigan half of republican voters say they prefer an outsider as the next president. 41% said they want someone with experience. also in that state, the question is donald trump honest and trustworthy? it's split down the middle there. of course, we have much more on the latest primary results ahead on "good morning america," we also going to talk live to john kasich. more heavy rain is expected in northern texas overnight slowing cleanup from three tornadoes yesterday. roofs were torn off buildings.
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and power lines knocked down. only one death is reported. and as you can see on this radar that storm system is still covering most of texas. more flooding likely in the lone star state and also neighboring louisiana and arkansas. before the storms move out of the area. breaking overnight, the man suspected of shooting an idaho pastor, six timesen 0 sunday has been arrested. at the white house of all places. the secret service says kyle odom allegedly threw flash drives over the south fence last night. the suspect was tracked to washington on social media. pastor tim remington regained consciousness yesterday. the motive for that shooting is unknown. to the midwest also break overnight a man accused of killing five people in custody after an extend i have manhaunt. he allegedly killed four men in kansas city, kansas and killed
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too far away overnight lying in mud. a missouri highway patrol officer says he appeared to be exhausted and did not put up a fight. he is a mexican national. witt he had been released accident accidentally last year. vanderbilt university grad student taylor force was killed in a stabbing rampage in the port city of jaffa. he was a west point graduate who served in iraq and afghanistan. he was in israel as part of his mba program. the attacker ran against traffic along a popular seaside boulevard stabbing as he went. shot and killed by police. joe biden's trip to israel may have served as the trigger of this wave of violence and as a result, israel is now increasing security around him. biden met this morning with israeli prime minister bengjamin netanyahu and we'll see him later in his two day visit. back to washington and perhaps a lighter moment on
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senate minority leader harry reid speaking with reporters, one was recording his comments on an iphone, the ringer on that iphone not turned off. [ phone ringing ] >> hello. >> when senator chuck schumer said you recognize that number times." >> a reporter. at least he picks up his phone. most would hang up. >> good source. still ahead a total solar eclipse, images coming in now. a stickup, a gun pointed at a taxi driver's head when a police officer shows up at the right time. plus, dramatic rescue on hawaii's famous pipeline, surfers jumping into action after a big wipeout. with advil, you'll ask what backache?
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a huge fire that destroyed chicago's largest indoor/outdoor flea market. the smoke that billowed from the scene could be seen miles away. one woman who was trapped in a bathroom had to be rescued. no one was injured and the cause of that fire is still unknown. a commuter train service resumes this morning in northern california following that derailment. officials say a mudslide triggered by heavy rains pushed a tree onto the tracks causing the derailment of the ace train. four seriously injured. first responders say it's a miracle no one was killed. turning to business the stock market's five-day winning streak is over, the s&p 500 and nasdaq were hit hardest. more than 1%. but the dow was also off.
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latest weak economic report out of china and falling crude oil prices. there is a mcdonald's opened in 120 countries. number one 120 kazakhstan which saw it open yesterday. customers bundled up against the cold waiting in long lines to get inside. 15 more mcdonald's restaurants are planned in kazakhstan over the next three years. well, when we come back fbi agents under investigation after the deadly ending to that standoff at an oregon wildlife refuge.
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houston, memphis and chicago. recapping our top story bernie sanders staying in the game with an upset victory in michigan. >> he edged out hillary clinton despite polls that gave her a double-digit lead. clinton trounced sanders in mississippi. trump won mississippi, michigan and hawaii. ted cruz won idaho and john kasich picked up delegates but marco rubio failed to win a single state. five fbi agents under investigation this morning in connection with the deadly shooting outside an oregon wildlife refuge. prosecutors say the killing of militia member lavoy finicum was just justified but two mystery shots that missed finicum fired right as he exited his truck have the agents under scrutiny because they failed to report them. they could face serious punishment. and we have learned overnight about the death of
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sheriff realizes something wrongs and flips on his lights, pulls his gun and actually approaches the cab. the gunman was arrested. the driver very grateful. >> good timing and good timing here. surfers are fraternity amongst themselves. here's another exam of that. a guy named dylan mcginn he hit his head on a reef and was knocked out. fortunately for him a six-time body boarding world champion was nearby and came to the rescue. he said during the incident he was consumed by one thought. >> i cannot let this guy go. you know, his life is on my arms right now and this is all about his life now. >> really just thank you. you know, there's no -- i mean you can always say thank you and stuff like that. there's always going to be in my heart and special wishes and stuff like that. >> yeah, once he was pulled to
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a team of lifeguards, spent two days in the hospital. he'll be fine. >> thankfully that's good to know. a dozen men's college basketball teams have now clinched automatic bids to march madness. >> big conference tournaments get into gear. as for last night in the pros, highlights from espn. good morning. it's "sportscenter" in los angeles. he's neil everett. i'm stan verrett. nba action. what you got? >> without shot sheets. roll it, tommy. that's damian lillard. they call him dame. great northwest. portland, oregon. >> you know his rap name, dame dolla. he's got skills. >> you know what mine is triple money. >> i thought it was money triple. >> feel me, dog. and look at him just going to the hole. with soul on john wall. a good basketball game, blazers won in overtime by seven. >> he's a rapper and c.j.
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>> i'm up on portland. >> all right, the spurs. they haven't lost a second in back-to-backs all season. kawhi leonard, told him to get off him and got to the bucket. >> he wanted a foul. didn't get it. fourth quarter. oh. jonathan simmons putting it down. lamarcus aldridge, it29 points. the spurs win it, golden state hasn't lost back-to-back games this season. >> all right. >> see if that continues for the warriors as well. >> rip city, baby. >> thanks, fellas. up next in "the pulse," raw meat and wine. donald trump showing off his products at a victory speech. close call. a tv reporter nearly taken out by a car. what if there was another way to look at relapsing multiple sclerosis? this is tecfidera.
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time now for "the pulse" and starting with a bizarre move by donald trump accused of turning infomercial. >> trump p his wares on display at his golf club in jupiter, florida, showcasing his own brand of steaks, bottles of trump wine and water all while thanking supporters and he declared that he was -- had successful companies. an apparent attempt by trump to prove himself after mitt romney questioned the success of his businesses. >> it was a little weird. almost as weird as the graphic of donald trump looking really angry. >> i don't know. did anyone uncork the champagne? did we see it? >> i don't know. >> reporters always tell you how that goes. to a rush hour incident no one wants to see. it happened in the persian gulf. the nation of qatar. >> look between the cars coming this way, that's a large tiger cub on the loose. witnesses say it fell out of the
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believed to be an escaped pet. >> it's actually illegal to keep wild animals as pets in qatar so somebody could be in big, big trouble. the tiger we will admit was eventually recaptured and was seen being put in the truck that it fell out of. >> it's back with its owner. >> get the license plate on that truck. >> a very close call for one of our colleagues in northern california. >> and obviously it was a chaotic and confusing situation -- >> that was really close. alex savidge was reporting live on ktvu standing with his back to the street and his cameraman chip vaughn warned him. >> it passed to his left and only hit the live stand. in the next report he thanked the cameraman for saving his life. >> but, wait, he had to go live after that. >> of course, he did. >> again, the show must go on, my friend. the show must go on. >> that's morning producers for
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muddle no more take a look at our top stories on this wednesday morning, bernie sanders pulled off a shocking victory in michigan delivering an embarrassing blow to hillary clinton. but clinton won by a landslide in mississippi. they're set to debate tonight. donald trump racked up more wins taking michigan, mississippi and hawaii along with more gop delegates than anyone else. cruz won idaho and rubio continued to slide emerging empty-handed. the man suspected of shooting a pastor six types outside his idaho church was arrested outside the white house last night. he allegedly threw flash drives and other objects over the fence. taking a look at today's weather, a beautiful warmer than usual day in the east but ugly from texas up 0 the great lakes. there will also be rain in the northwest. and finally from us this morning a rare opportunity to
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acquitted o.j. simpson of murder. all those years ago. >> there's renewed interest in the case right now because of a new tv series. that juror we mentioned has been watching it and we talked to him. here's abc's matt gutman. >> reporter: 22 years ago the o.j. simpson trial had television audiences riveted. >> if it doesn't fit you must acquit. >> reporter: and just five episodes in, o.j. back in the public conscious with "the people versus o.j. simpson," already a record-breaking hit on fx. >> absolutely 100% not guilty. >> who would have thought we would still be talking about it 0 years later. >> reporter: it's a trip down memory lane for david aldanna who after a nine-month trial acquit acquitted him. he still stands by their verdict. he claims the evidence presented to the jurors simply wasn't enough to put o.j. behind bars. >> 20 years later do you stand
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>> oh, yeah. what we were given, do i think he did it, yeah, there's a shot that he did do it. but then on the other hand, the evidence didn't prove it. >> reporter: is there one thing that would have changed the verdict? >> if they had the weapon with his handprints on it something that just can't be disputed. >> reporter: just last week what many thought was a new lead in the two-decades-old case sparking a frenzy of interest. >> the actual item is described as a knife. >> reporter: but sources telling us that just like all the other tips over the years, it wasn't the murder weapon after all. as for david, his life post-trial has never been the same. >> lost friends, people that i knew wouldn't talk to me anymore. a few -- couple of fistfights. >> fistfights over o.j. and the verdict? >> yeah, yeah. >> reporter: matt gutman, abc
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>> still captivating people. >> that's what's making news in america this morning. >> stay tuned for "good morni we are in the breaking news center this morning. a violent day in charlotte. the fourth shooting in the course of seven hours. the latest, a woman shot in the northwest part of the city late last night. residents are calling for an end to the violence. >> it's not the same charlotte it used to be. >> what we learned about each case overnight and whether the shootings are connected. thanks for joining us. i'm stephanie coueignoux. anie maxwell. >> we have the threat for fog developing today. >> that's right.
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they're not so bad right now. but 7:00, 8:00, we could see fog developing, especially on some of the backroads. check out the temperatures just now. updating you in the weather center. it's 55 degrees in charlotte. 48 in lincolnton. low 40s in boone. it's already a warm start to the day. that's a preview of the afternoon. for your morning drive, though, that he it slow on the roads. by 7:00, dealing with patchy fog, but it lifts by 8:00, 9:00. going through the afternoon, plenty of sunshine, it's going to be another warm day with highs in the upper 70s. i will show you when it leads to the threat of rain coming up ahead. stephanie? we begin this morning in the breaking news center,a violent end to the night in charlotte, where somebody shot a woman in this northwest charlotte neighborhood. she was the fifth victim in four separate shootings yesterday. more on what we know about the latest shooting in a moment. but first, we made a map laying


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