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01:33 min | 1 year ago

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"With the wins now those winds have subsided some but we're expecting the worst Red Flag wins of the season David coming up in just a couple of days all right Matt Cup leading us off Tonight Matt thank you and as you heard Matt mentioned there the Wayne's it is all about the forecast we know we're Madison Los Angeles those winds are really supposed to pick up Tuesday night tomorrow night into Wednesday so let's get right to meteorologist Rob Marciano also live in California tonight he's got the forecast northern and Southern California rob good evening David the smoke hanging in the air over the bay area as we set to recharge this wind set up over the next twenty four hours already we have high wind watches extremely across much of the state of the wind you can pick up already here northern California beginning tomorrow morning for a critical fire danger set up and then tomorrow late across southern California extremely critical there with winds gusting fifty to eighty miles an hour those dangerous conditions David expected to last through Thursday we'll be watching that very closely and rob while we have you tonight there's also a new winter storm moving across the country feeding into the Santa Ana winds but we're dealing with snow and plummeting temperatures tonight back into the rock is again David and as you know that cold air does feed these Santa Ana no wins and this is the coldest air of the season that's coming down the pipe so winter storm warnings coming in already had six inches of snow in Denver this one drops in again tomorrow into Wednesday could have another six to twelve inches in Denver and points East and there's that cold air coming in and that's going to last right in through the end of this week invigorating those winds that as well thinking about everyone in California tonight thank you rob now to that other major headline tonight we have new reporting this evening on that daring. US raid in Syria that took down the world's most wanted terrorist isis head.

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02:15 min | 1 year ago

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"Three. From ABC news. and here he trusted members of congress now getting their questions ready for former special counsel robert muller he is agreed to testify before a pair of house committees on july seventeenth democrats still have a lot of detailed questions they want to ask about obstruction while republicans are likely to ask muller a lot of questions about how his team handled this investigation there are plenty of questions that lawmakers have for him what remains unknown is how much he's going to actually answer because he made pretty clear that his report he says speaks for itself doesn't want to go beyond that to sees mary bruce on capitol hill democrats hoping to be president star two days of debates tonight a._b._c.'s aaron katersky is in miami two dozen democrats running for president but not all of the made the cut to qualify the candidates had to either get sixty five thousand donors with at least two hundred from different states or reach one percent in three legitimate polls twenty contenders qualified for the first debate here in miami so it split between two consecutive nights with ten candidates onstage each night the questions and answers must come fast sixty second responses thirty-second followups aaron katersky a._b._c. news miami mostly party line vote the house is approved four point five billion dollars in humanitarian aid for the southern border areas as comes after reports of children being held in dismal conditions and the resignation of the head of customs and border protection here's a._b._c.'s matt cup in that outgoing border chief john sanders recently railing at facilities just like clint children should not have to sleep on the ground under myler blankets this is the united states of america we can and we must do better as a country there are currently about thirteen thousand five hundred children in u._s. custody workers at the boston headquarters of retailer wayfair say they will walk out today they're protesting the sale of beds to a company that runs facilities housing children along the southern border you're listening to a._b._c. news you own a timeshare and it's the time of the year for eye-popping maintenance fees arriving in your mailbox how much will it be this time you're kidding me that's just ridiculous really how much they actually use it is it really.

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"matt cup" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"matt cup" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Potential from Houston over to south western Louisiana as we go through the early morning hours and after noon tomorrow, we're talking to inch per hour rainfall rates. And then that moisture moves north of the areas that don't need it. Arkansas, missouri. And yes, even along the Mississippi River. David. Thank you would now to the deadly shooting on the US border tonight, the American who tried to drive through a busy crossing authorities say when they tried to stop him. He opened fire they shot and killed him. Here's ABC's Cup tonight. Those gunshots. Shattering the routine of one of America's busiest ports of entry all of a sudden, we had like. And I thought it was just like an eighty or fireworks or something just outside of San Diego, the semi see Joe port handles more than two million vehicles a month, but it all came to a terrifying. Standstill late Monday that Twenty-three-year-old white male driving in from Mexico, allegedly, refusing to stop at an inspection area, which includes a slow course of barriers. Instead that suspect trying to drive through the barrier into the United States officers trying to stop him suspects car eventually blocked by another vehicle. Police say that's when the suspect allegedly open fire officers say they returned fire killing him. David, investigators are still collecting evidence at the scene. Seven officers involved in the shooting. None of them was hurt. David Matt Cup in reporting tonight. Matt, thank you, the other headline involving the US and Mexico. President Trump is now facing a possible revolt from his own party over his threat to impose tariffs on Mexico. He says. Says to deal with immigration after a closed-door lunch at the capitol today. Senate majority leader, Mitch McConnell said there isn't much support among his members other senators said they feared the impact on the economy and other states hours earlier right here in London. The president said Republicans would be quote, foolish to try to stop him after our broadcast here tonight. We will be traveling to Normandy to Mark the seventy fifth anniversary of d day and for weeks. Now, we have been traveling across the US to beat World War, Two veterans who were there that day they were young sons, who would change the course of history and tonight, right here, you will see the moment. Many of them meet for the first time to make that journey back together. It is a turning. They never thought they would make seventy five years later. They are returning to Normandy herald, Bickmore in Newmarket, Alabama at his uniform or part of it, there, and the entry it is diary, that fateful morning, Jim sakes, nineteen forty four invasion started seven fifteen. A M. Ing mish tan that would be all he wrote for five heroin days. I didn't have time doing interest next limbs herald at ninety four drive to the airport. He's going back. So as jet clayborn from Dyersburg, Tennessee. Herald, Himmelsbach was raised in Yakima Washington. He's knelt packing the letters he wrote to his mother just days after d day. You're right. I'll leave all the bloody details written to Leo. Brother, brother, tell him herald with descriptions of war. He thought only a brother should hear Vinson Unger from Orlando, Florida, and is my baby, my ship Vincent.

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"matt cup" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

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02:17 min | 1 year ago

"matt cup" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Max eight after that deadly crash Ethiopia tonight new action by the UK, Germany, France, all joining other countries in grounding, those new jets investigators from the NTSB were at the crash site all day today, but what our correspondent on the scene. Learn today about those black boxes ABC's Matt Cup in on the scene in Ethiopia. Tonight with the EU and dozens of other countries banning the seven thirty seven eight the lead investigator on the ground telling ABC news, they won't even begin to examine the black boxes for days. So you haven't gotten into it yet? You haven't gotten inside of it yet. He tells me they want to clear the debris field first before they begin to extract crucial data from those recorders potentially holding up a decision by American Airlines and southwest which continued to use the plane's about whether to ground their own fleets. The delay by the THEO paeans in reading out these boxes at unconscionable. If there's a problem with the airplane the world needs to know now in not five six seven days. From now flight three oh, two took off Sunday morning carrying one hundred fifty seven people the pilot radioing the airport that he had trouble and just six minutes in that plane slammed into this field. They're taking out the perimeter expanding the debris field investigators from the NTSB and Boeing assisting the THEO paeans, taking pictures of wreckage as. Other workers piled up shredded pieces of that fuselage. Amid pieces of the fuselage that look like they've been through a shredder. There also reminders that there were people on board personal effects like sweaters books and shoes. Back at home. The flight attendants union representing American Airlines calling on their company's CEO to strongly consider grounding the fleet until a thorough investigation can be performed Boeing CEO speaking with President Trump this afternoon making it clear he is absolutely confident in the safety of airplanes just moments ago. David the FAA out with a new statement saying that the agency sees no reason to ground the seven thirty seven max is now they're only seventy two max is flying in the US at of thousands of airplanes. But if you are still concerned, both American Airlines and southwest list, the kind of plane you'll be on during the booking process. Dave Mack up on this again tonight. Matt, thank you. In the meantime, we turn.

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"matt cup" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

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03:40 min | 1 year ago

"matt cup" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"California. Authorities revealing new details about the five people killed when that plane slammed a new home just after takeoff. Dash Cam video showing the final moments the plane bursting into flames in mid air, then crashing into that neighborhood, the pilot and four people inside the home were killed as they were holding a Super Bowl party the pilot's identity revealed during a news conference just a short time ago and ABC's chief national correspondent backup leading us off tonight. Those new images that plane bursting like a meteoroid above southern California look closely, you can see it was in freefall before erupting in flames. Investigators now say witnesses report seeing the tail and wings break off residents ducking plane parts raining down on their neighborhood. Go look up, and I just say debris flying everywhere and part of the plane flew down into the. Garage a torpedo and just hit the garage blew up. One piece of exploding debris from the twin engine Cessna smashed into this home the flames dozens of feet high went up so fast. There was. Nothing. He could do this, man. Tried to put out a fire with a gardening hose. Multiple homes damaged for the wreckage propellers, scattered on lawns windows, shattered in this video. You can hear the debris still popping off. With folks yelling get back five people killed in the crash, the pilot a retired Chicago police officer and those four family members inside that home. They were all attending a Super Bowl party and David one challenge for investigators. Here is going to be the scale of the debris field. It covers four blocks. At least fifteen homes were hit by flying debris from that plane, and one of the factors that I'm told investigators will certainly examine is the weather thunderstorms and heavy rain showers in the area at the time of the crash David or Matt Cup and leading us off tonight. Matt, thank you. Tonight's. Other major headline the all consuming firestorm, swirling around Virginia. Governor Ralph Northam the governor overwhelmed tonight by calls to resign. List growing over racist photo from his medical school yearbook his own explanations, adding to the chaos the image shows one man in black face. The other dressed as a member of the Ku Klux Klan governor northern first admitting. He is one of them in picture, then denying he's in the photo tonight. The governor is now asking his own cabinet for more time to decide his next move ABC chief national affairs, correspondent Thomas in Richmond tonight tonight, the coals for governor Ralph Northam to resign or growing. But the Virginia Democrat refusing to step down the trouble started when this racist photo emerged from his medical school yearbook page at first northern confirmed. He was one of the two men in the photo. But the next day, I believe then. And now that I'm not either of the people in that photo. But then north admitted he had appeared in black face once before during a dance contest in nineteen Eighty-four or he dressed as Michael Jackson had the shoes I had a glove. And I used us a little bit of shoe polish to put under my all, my cheeks, and the reason I used a very little bit is because I don't know if anybody's ever tried that, but you cannot get shoe polish off and win a reporter inquired, if he could still moonwalk the governor seemed to want to try are you still able to moonwalk? An appropriate circumstance. My wife says inappropriate circumstances are quiche asking him. This question. Do you think as a grown adult that it's problematic that you need to have explain to you that black face is offensive?.

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World News Tonight with David Muir

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"matt cup" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Contagious virus can live on surfaces or in the air for up to two hours. Kelly Kato's two year old daughter is immuno compromised after a recent liver transplant how does this out? Break affect you. I'm worried I'm I'm I'm very worried measles had all but disappeared in the US after widespread use of the vaccine, but in recent years, it's made a comeback. The number of measles. Infections has tripled Justin's last year. David and now the World Health Organization considers reluctance to vaccinate one of its top ten global threats for twenty nineteen David ABC's Matt Cup in with us tonight. Methiang, Hugh, we're also following a major headline tonight that could affect thousands of American troops fighting in America's longest war in Afghanistan tonight. Go sheet is for the US and the Taliban have reached what is being called quote agreements in principle on key issues for a peace deal that could end seventeen years of war. If ghanistan let's get right to our chief global affairs correspondent Martha Raddatz who's been to Afghanistan many times for us in Martha's comes from a top US on voi- who who knowledge these meetings these talks lasted far longer than anyone thought. And the acting Defense Secretary underscored this. Late today. He certainly did Patrick Shanahan said they were encouraging conversations that may not sound like a big deal. But it is it's very significant given they've been after the Taliban and trying to get to some sort of peace agreement for so many years seventeen years and the bottom line for folks watching at home, of course, is what is this being for the fourteen thousand US troops. They're still there on the ground in Afghanistan. We already know that about seven thousand of those troops will come back. Shanahan was asked today. Whether he's been tasked with bringing them all back home. He said, no he had not. But that doesn't mean it won't happen. David Martha Raddatz will stay on this potential Peacedale. Martha thank you. In the meantime, the race for twenty twenty the list of candidates who want to take on President Trump is growing tonight, the former CEO of Starbucks Howard Schultz, signaling overnight, he might run in tonight. The reaction has been swift. And over the weekend twenty thousand turning out for Senator comma, Harris, here's ABC's Mary Bruce Democrats warn he could cost them the White House, but former Starbucks CEO Howard. Schultz isn't backing down. If I run for president I will run as an American under one banner. The American flag Schultz. A lifelong democrat would run as an independent both parties are consistently not doing what's necessary on behalf of the American people. But former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg who himself considered an independent run insists an independent would just split. The anti-trump vote an end up reelecting the president. The democratic field is already getting crowded, California. Senator Kamala Harris, kicked off her campaign this weekend before a crowd of more than twenty thousand people. We must answer a fundamental question. Who are we? Who are we as Americans? So let's answer that question to the world and each other right here and right now America, we are better than this. Hard to believe, but we're talking about another presidential election Mary with us live tonight. And there was also a headline this week involving Hillary Clinton that always makes a lot of news report that she hasn't closed the door completely another run. But Mary our team is confirmed that that doesn't mean there's a campaign in waiting David. Hillary Clinton is not readying another run. Now, she has not ruled it out explicitly, and she did say recently that she would like to be president. But so far there are zero signs that she's going to give this another go Mary Bruce with us live tonight. Mary, thanks as always. And there is new pressure tonight on Venezuela. And it's embattled President Nicolas Maduro, the US now placing sanctions on the state owned oil company that could cost the country eleven billion dollars exports this year alone..

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World News Tonight with David Muir

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"matt cup" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Next tonight here to chilling new details after that deadly midair accident on Boorda's southwest passenger plane, the woman partially sucked out of the plane passengers pulling her back in but she did not survive tonight. The pilots words now as they tried to keep the plane in the air. Here's ABC's David curly tonight. The words of a pilot struggling to fly her crippled jet. Have a fire number kept in Tammy Jo Schultz hearing from the first officer we have somebody that's flown outside after the engine ripped apart and blew out a window a flight attendant revealing that enro- fourteen passengers put their arms out of the plane at more than two hundred miles an hour to pull Jennifer Reardon back in she didn't survive just less than two minutes before the high speed landing under her breath. Captain showed says heavenly father. Seconds after touching down showed says, thank you Lord. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Lord. The engine maker in the NTSB are still investigating. Why that engine failed which led to as the crew noted in the cockpit to the first death on a southwest jet? David or David curly on this story again tonight to the index of other news into the deadly military jet crash near laflin air force base in Texas. Military officials say one pilot was killed the other injured when their teeth thirty eight Talon jet went down during a training mission near the Mexican border. No word survivors condition. The cause of the crash is under investigation the crucial passenger who fell to her death in the South Pacific. Holland America tonight, saying seventy year old woman fell from a platform hitting the water well moving between the ship and a smaller boat. Passengers reportedly were complaining of rough seas at the time. Her name is not been revealed company is investigating and the new discovery in space tonight. Scientists say they have found signs of a so called soup. Earth orbiting a star six light years away, the planet size three times our own apparently, much colder funding tonight. Here was the rescue the world held its breath for those boys in the cave and tonight, but we never knew about the US air force team who suddenly had to plan their own way out. Here's ABC's Matt Cup in the US air force team that planned and organized that daring rescue force to make its own harrowing escape after that Tuncay flooded to American airmen the berry last people out going in. They feared that many of the boys would die during the rescue way. There have a shot where we could get some of them out or we leave them in there. And there's a very very high chance that none of them survive twelve hundred players and their coach became Trump that cave this summer during the flash flood for ten days. No one knew if they were alive or dead power. How many of your? We've learned in reporting the book the boys in the cave. The two of the voice barely made it out. One was hypothermic. Another stopped breathing, we visited a nearby cave to get a sense of the conditions. Rescuers faced with. She's seven hundred year takes men tonight. The first images of the cave since the moment, the K flooded at the very end of the rescue those air, tanks and water bottles. Still there those tanks still in place. Our thanks to Matt from the beginning on this and match new book, the boys in the cave and the rescuers and their fear that the rescue wouldn't be a success remarkable reporting. Matt I hope to see you tomorrow. Good night. From ABC. This is no limits. Even from the beginning all of us for saying this is so important. I'm your host, Rebecca Jarvis. And each week. We're taking an honest look at success, and how to get there with the boldest most influential women in the world, I said, I am a working mother. And I'm here to tell you how to do it. What happened after that is very long story to tell vulnerabilities actually a strength. You could hear new episodes of no limits every week on apple podcasts or your favorite podcast app..

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World News Tonight with David Muir

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"matt cup" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Citizens voting in the dark total turnout projected to top one hundred million a record for a mid-term election. Driving the enthusiasm. President Trump so many voters showing up today to send him a message in Missouri. Claire mccaskill one of ten vulnerable Democrats senators running for re election in states, Trump one ABC's, Deborah Roberts. Is there speaking with voters was your vote today about Missouri or about the president both? I cannot stand the president. I think he's a finger in a lion. I I hope he gets impeached mccaskill opponent. Josh Hawley, eight strong Trump ally, which means a lot to Pamela Meyer. Whose key issue is immigration. So what are you want to say to the president about your vote today? I love President Trump. What can I say he is a first president in years? That's actually trying to do everything he said he would do in Texas Senator Ted Cruz among the most vulnerable Republicans Beethoven Rorick hoping to pull off the night's biggest upset we're gonna do this together. We just do not care about the differences between us right now at the polling place aerobic meeting. Seventy-seven-year-old, Pamela who grew emotional in this video now widely shared? We think he's pretty important. On. Why is he so important? Has he represents everything that Don Trump is in Florida were folks today lined up around the block, the president a major factor in the racially charged race for governor democrat, Andrew gillum versus Republican Ron Disentis. Thank you. ABC's wit Johnson is outside. A polling place in Tallahassee you voting for Gillam. You're also voting against President Trump, absolutely. I I couldn't be more adamant about that. But steps away Connie Joe cash who came to vote straight from her overnight shift as a nurse there to support one, man. The president my brother-in-law has a Dhabi hadn't had for three years. My brother has Dhabi hadn't hadn't five years. You know, they're happy and this wouldn't have happened without Trump. I don't think in Georgia tonight. Stacey Abrams looking to make history by becoming the nation's first female African American governor she's counting on high turnout among black voters like Tyler Cummings who spoke to our Steve Asami. What does it mean if Stacey Abrams? Winston honestly, it means a lot to me being African American individual just to have someone being in the office that is African American as a woman's Abrahams Republican opponent Brian camp has Donald Trump on his side Abrahams. Head Oprah one of many celebrities making their voices heard this year, Taylor swift. Coming off the political sidelines today, urging young voters to turn out. I promise you, it feels so wonderful to exercise that right that you have the big question tonight. Did they listen Matt Cup in in our team out all across the country tonight map, but he this live in met Bala watch team trucking polling stations across the country. Are we seeing any problems tonight? Hi, there have been some scattered problems. David in Wake County, North Carolina, the board of elections. There says that ten polling stations reported problems with their vote counting machines apparently caused by humidity. So some of those ballots are being stored emergency bins until they can be counted. Also in Johnson county, Indiana, just south of Indianapolis apparently, some machines broke during check in making it difficult to get people in causing those delays that you see and those long lines. Now, one voter protection group tells us that twenty four thousand people have called it's hotline with problems and with questions much higher than in two thousand fourteen but David given the size and scale of the voter turnout today. It's not that surprising. All right back up in leading us off tonight met thanks so much President Trump landed back in Washington at two await this morning after a whirlwind campaign trip tonight. We're told he'll watch the returns at the White House is he prepared for the possibility of Democrats taking back the house. Here's ABC's chief White House. Correspondent Jonathan Karl tonight. He's campaigned hard. Now. President Trump is back at the White House waiting for returns. He has said he has no idea how it's all going to turn out. You know, what you do my whole life in order to say don't worry about it. I'll just figure it out is that make so I'll just figure it out. He's been all in a lot of stuff. Yes, I saw a lot of people..

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"matt cup" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"matt cup" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Tonight. Several developing stories as we come on the air the first results set to come in the massive turnout across this country. Millions of Americans voting in the midterms the first exit polls Justin tonight would Americans are already saying about President Trump even the president saying pretend I'm on the ballot and the images tonight the crush of voters at one place using flashlights at a school gym trying to cast their votes give the door the other news this Tuesday night, the plot to blow up the New York City subway, right under New York's Times Square the video never seen before at the verdict now in tonight, the father and husband accused of killing his wife and two little girls. The girls bodies found in oil tanks tonight with the breaking headline in the case. The apple alert unfolding tonight. The thirteen year old of -ducted outsider. Home would at thority said late today deadly tornadoes, the severe storms hitting up and down the coast reporters talking about this dog left. Amidst the wreckage the homes. Destroyed after the tornado hit driver who allegedly crashed his truck to a group of girl scouts what investigators have now revealed tonight and coming home, the return of a fallen hero. Major Bren Taylor beloved mayor husband and father of seven what his wife said today. From ABC news election headquarters. This is ABC world news tonight with David mule. Good evening from ABC news election headquarters here in New York City. There are several developing stories tonight, and we begin with the mid terms, of course, and the exit poll results already coming in right now, so many races razor thin tonight. Massive turnout coast to coast look at this line inside a gym into kelp County, Georgia in Houston. Look at his lines out the door and in Saint Charles county, Missouri lined up since early this morning tonight. The first clues those first exit polls, just and these are preliminary results tonight voters were asked do you approve of the job? President Trump is doing forty four percent said they approve fifty five percent saving disapprove president's job. Did they vote today to send the president of message? And here's what they said. Twenty six percent said they voted to show their support. Thirty eight percent say they voted to show their opposition to the president and thirty three percents at the president did not figure into their vote. We know so many issues in these state races were local look at this tonight. When asked which one of these four issues is most important healthcare by far top the list at forty one percent immigration. Twenty three percent followed by the economy and gun policy. So let's get right to our chief national correspondent Matt Cup. In our tired team crossed the country tonight, Madison Santa Anna, California. And I know they're processing the ballots right there behind you tonight. That's right. And they're expecting eight hundred thousand ballots just to go through this facility, the fifth biggest in the country, and the supervisor here tells me that voter turnout has been so intense that people coming to vote in person of come out in greater numbers than they have in any presidential election. David, and that's one reason we're seeing lines of ninety minutes or more just outside the door here. They started lining up at dawn in high school gyms in doylestown, Pennsylvania parking garages in Atlanta, where people waited more than three hours to vote in Knox county, Tennessee, the power went out so poll workers pulled out their flashlights..

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03:13 min | 2 years ago

"matt cup" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Swat teams descending on the tree. Lined streets of squirrel hill the piece of the sleepy weekend morning show. The first nine one one calls coming in at nine fifty four AM people inside the tree of life synagogue, frantic. They were under attack. One caller sound like say may have been shot. Members of three congregations in sign a baby naming ceremony about to get underway. Now a gunman had entered the house of worship. Often fire according to the FBI the alleged gunman forty six year old Robert Bowers Hulan words of hate against Jews, even as he murdered them. When the first two police officers encounter Bowers. They say he was wielding in a or fifteen rightful. The front of the fire thousand five the officers wounded and the gunman than retreating further into the synagogue, a swat team enters discovering a scene of unimaginable horror, eleven people. Three women and eight men dead meas- medics rush to evacuate. The wounded officers climbed to the third floor were Bowers has fled. What came next an all out gun battle Bowers shot and surrenders talking Talking about. about. Choosing communicate. When the police say he was ranting. They're committing genocide to my people. I just want to kill Jews a short time ago. We were dispatched to active gunfire. The tree of life synagogue in squirrel hill. Do not come out of your home right now. It is not safe in the neighborhood, fear and disbelief to more was inside everybody in that place. This is crazy. This is unbelievable. People have to stop hating. Definitely the acumen Kevin Hart and live across the street from the synagogue as the chaos unfolded. Police knocked on their door, much Much joy. more forgotten positioning a sniper in their bedroom window the couple hearing a barrage of gunfire. Kind of like a full on gun battle sounds like It it was was a a wise zone. as the couple watched. They could see survivors strangling out. And what's really, what's really disturbing? It was so sad because they're so old. So they really go fast and the police were urging them hurry. Hurry. Hurry. Authorities say in addition to that AR fifteen Bowers had three handguns with him and used all of his weapons it's a very horrific crime saying it's one of the worst that I've seen. And Matt Cup joins us live tonight. And Matt you spoke with a rabbi who was actually inside the synagogue when the gunfire erupted. That's right. He said he jumped right behind the dais as soon as erupted dialing nine one one serving as first responders eyes and ears. He said what he saw was indescribable. And when I asked him about that Har weather, it he had any psychological counseling himself said I don't have any time. I have too many funerals to plan, David..

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02:00 min | 2 years ago

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"Forty two degrees. However, the real feel temperature just thirty three sunny breezy chilly with a high of fifty three today wins news time, eight forty seven the midterm elections are two weeks from tomorrow and President Trump this week steps up campaign events with the first of four in Houston today. He'll attend a rally for Senator Ted Cruz who's locked in a tight race with democrat Beto Aurore. Correspondent Paula Farris reports the president and crews have a history going back to the two thousand sixteen presidential campaign when Mr. Trump called cruise lying, Ted. There was some hurt feelings and some false accusations. But I asked both Ted Cruz about it. I asked his father Rafael, Chris in his father said look, we have a country to save and we have a state to save. He says we're going to put those differences aside and stand shoulder to shoulder. Pretty unbelievable considering what was said the Trump campaign announced it has moved today's rally from an eight thousand seat arena to the Toyota center, which could seat up to nineteen thousand because of high demand. Officials say there were one hundred thousand requests online for tickets wins. News time, eight forty eight. President Trump on the campaign trail in Nevada over the weekend threatened. He will seal off the border to stop a caravan of seven thousand migrants from entering the US. He has just tweeted about this again saying, sadly, it looks like Mexico's police and military are unable to stop the caravan. The president writes, criminals and unknown middle easterners are mixed in. He continues I have alerted border patrol and military that this is a national emergency must change laws. Exclamation point writes, the president. So the migrants have been continuing their March from Honduras through Guatemala and now into Mexico traveling with them correspondent Matt Cup. And by the thousands footsore Central American migrants heading towards the US from the town of Sudan Hidalgo were so many illegally crossed into Mexico twice. Mexican. Riot. Police deployed in force. Mexican authorities.

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02:08 min | 2 years ago

"matt cup" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Unimaginable horror in guatemala panicked residents fleeing for their lives as the bulk ainhoa erupts thick asks blooms descending on whole villages taking over the roads the trees the sky here to police officers race to escape the eruption their vehicle becomes invalid nash thankfully they escape the volcano beginning to spew rocking hush sunday at noon lava begins barreling down the side of the volcano families saying they had little warning to get out we were suffocating couldn't breathe this woman says rescue crews in the dark helping children and the wounded to safety homes quickly insult by flames this family of six escaping by helicopter other families not as lucky so many scenes like these whole villages now blanketed by ash the homes the cars frozen in time tonight the death toll staggering more than sixty for those who were able to make it out many tonight now living in these packs shelters in this one in a suite la residents received medical supplies and children or hooked up to oxygen tanks so many still in shock children left to sleep on the floor we lost three of our family members he says but there are signs of pope rescuers still finding people alive pulling them from the ash including miraculously this baby wrapped in a blanket one rescuer passing the baby to another before going back in searching for more survivors david that is the volcano just over my left shoulder here in antigua i'm told that those rooftops right behind me used to be bright red there now pitch black covered in that ask rescue missions ongoing tonight the cleanup just starting here david victory kendall from guatemala tonight victor thank you we're gonna turn next year to breaking developments in a killing spree in arizona we knew of several dead already but thirties just moments ago now revealing there were more victims tonight the manhunt authorities then zeroing in on the suspect who then took his own life abc's chief national correspondent matt cup and with what we've just learned from arizona tonight.

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"matt cup" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"matt cup" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"The jetliner with more than one hundred on board slamming into a field of crops in havana are affiliates wpro g is on the scene look at the crowds these are all cubans trying to figure out exactly what happened many of them say they are right here when they saw a plume of smoke difficult to recognize the boeing seven thirtyseven as water was poured onto the wreckage just a couple of miles from the airport where the jet took off from it would suggest that something catastrophic captured either on the takeoff roll or right f as the aircraft was lifting into the air perhaps an engine failure perhaps a controllability issue the jet heading to the other end of the island was leased from a mexican company state owned kuban airlines had grounded many of its own aircraft due to maintenance issues the boeing seven thirty seven that crashed is an older model and had many previous owners it's maintenance records and the black boxes may prove crucial in determining a cause david david curly tonight thank you david there was an unsettling seen it one of the trump resorts nearby tammi in armed man showing up stealing an american flag from the property reportedly shouting about the president firing shots then police arriving on the scene they did shoot jonathan odi several times he did survive tonight a search for a motive underway one police official now saying it appears he was trying to lure police they're into a firefight and from hawaii tonight extraordinary images from the kilowatt volcano the fissures the cracks in the ground where lava is now shooting into the air it comes after that powerful eruption from the summit the faa tonight now restricting flights within five miles of the crater there are worries that even bigger blast maybe on the way and abc's chief national correspondent matt cup and reporting in earlier today david shockingly this was a cow pasture until about two weeks ago now overnight these fishers became incredibly active again want you to see that river of lava just losing downhill over there spoke to seismologist here they say they don't know exactly what's going on why these fishers had become.

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"matt cup" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"matt cup" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Just two weeks after passenger jennifer reardon was nearly sucked out of a similar southwest plane after shrapnel from an engine busted the window next to her the mother of two dying from her injuries tonight a southwest spokeswoman saying the decision to divert today's flight was made for maintenance review of one of the multiple layers of a window pane and linda janice with us live from newark airport tonight south west beginning its investigation into what caused that crash but says the window was inspected last month lindsey that's right david south west says it's too early to say what caused this window to crack with the faa is also investigating and it says this type of incident is rare happening twenty six times since boeing has been flying the seven thirty seven david thank you and there is new video just coming into night the first time it's ever been seen from after the las vegas massacre you will see and hear the moment that they stormed the hotel room on the thirty second floor images showing the moment police breach stephen paddock's hotel room fifty eight people were killed nearly five hundred wounded abc's chief national correspondent matt cup and has the video just released the new video shows the swan team clustered in the hallway outside the snipers room no sense of what they'll find when they blow down the door that deafening explosion one officer's body camera then revealing the moment he spots stephen panics own surveillance camera hidden on the service.

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"matt cup" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"matt cup" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Of new england sunshine sixty three degrees in boston good morning i'm deb lawler top stories now temperatures are expected to climb about twenty degrees or so from where they are right now highs today soaring into the eighties plenty of sunshine to we'll get to those details with accuweather coming up investigators in the russia election probe have floated the idea of forcing president trump to testify under oath a former attorney for the president says the special counsel raise the prospect of issuing a grand jury subpoena in march california and sixteen other states sued the trump administration over its plans to scrap standards on vehicle greenhouse emissions which helps said gas mileage rules in other news now after a month long journey a number of migrants from central american caravan seeking asylum in the us have entered the country abc's mac got men reports from tijuana mexico fourteen of them entering the us to officially begin to petition for asylum some scaling the fence on the sand yego porter while others waited patiently setting up camp on the cold concrete laurie martinez was kidnapped in her own home held hostage by gang he says it's not easy to live in a country where you're always afraid tonight they're hopeful that they won't have to fear any longer matt cup abc news tijuana wbz news time six twenty one a new pilot program is underway middlesex county it's aimed at reducing the prison population as wbz's kim tunnicliffe reports police are working to get people with mental health and substance abuse issues the help and the treatment they.

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"matt cup" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"matt cup" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Will make it here here's abc's matt cup in tonight what went up in twenty eleven is about to come down in a blizzard of fiery debris the chinese lost contact with the bus is young one space station in early 2016 since then it's been an eight and a half ton time bomb destined to crash back into earth from its decaying orbit about eighty miles up as you see in this relation much of it will burn up but up to seven thousand pounds of space junk could still make it through and hit earth scientists say it's most likely to hit along that yellow band long stretches of which are over the us from california to new jersey tackler beat reentry would look similar to the disentegration of this space freighter in two thousand eight lonnie williams has the distinction of being the only person ever hit by space junk but it looked like five was like this big ball of we couldn't say anything you couldn't hear anything that was from delta rocket in nineteen ninety seven and she wasn't hurt gave that space station is predicted to make re entry sometime between friday and next wednesday and well pieces of space junk like this look formidable we're told there's only chance of one in ten thousand that a human anywhere on earth would get hit david hurry that's helpful thanks man to be next tonight the severe weather threat across texas and oklahoma at this hour large hail smashing a car windshield and dean texas alerts have been posted tonight for more hail powerful winds possible tornadoes whether teams also tracking dangerous storms over the next forty eight hours including severe thunderstorms and flood watches from texas to indiana right there on the map there are new developments in that deadly police shooting of an unarmed black man in sacramento twenty shots fired stephan clark father of two shot and killed by officers in his grandmother's backyard as they responded to a call his family holding an emotional news conference today calling for a federal investigation the officers claimed clark did not listen to their instructions and thought his iphone was a gun a passing to note tonight linda brown.

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"matt cup" Discussed on Unfilter

Unfilter

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"matt cup" Discussed on Unfilter

"Our national by matt cup and he's on the scene in austin with the very latest us matt good morning good morning david this is still very much an active crimes and you can see those atf trucks behind me they're still agents combing through the scene in the nineteen days of terror here in austin ended in the most dramatic fashion swat teams and others have been trailing this suspect for at least twelve hours funding they cornered him just beyond that hotel behind me at that point he noticed then setting off a bomb inside his vehicle the blast was powerful enough to knock back one of the officers who returned fire that's suspect inside that vehicle so ready dead authority twenty four year old mark anthony condit is the man responsible for terrorizing the city of austin he died after a device he had in his car exploded when that swat team quartered him near austin hotel we had surveillance teams looking for this suspect and we alternately located the vehicle that this suspect was known to be driving and witnesses told us he was driving and in fact we found that and a hotel right up the road here in round rock got to really make sure you understand that we have lots of reason to believe he was in this car and it's totally him as members of the austin police department swat team approached the vehicle the suspect detonated a bomb inside the vehicle knocking one of our swat officers back and one of our swat officers fired at the suspect as well atf special agent in charge fred millan hausky told me that the fbi police the atf joined forces and use old fashioned detective work twice did affi the man responsible for seven bums which resulted in two dead and four injured since wind is old fashioned detective work involved getting google to hand over his search history and getting his carrier to him over his location and triangulation information is that good old fashion.

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