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Today track adore Easter just hours away driving already turning deadly tonight to dead voted forty injured at a major crash. Heavy snow, sleet and rain falling at this hour, a dangerous commute home winter warnings and watches are up right now. One hundred million from the south all the way up to New York City in Boston. Rob Marciano standing by with the new track tonight that new fire. Roy collect tonight. The stunning images the flames communities already birded the ground and the dire warning tonight at daugherty's now fearing the death toll could reach one hundred or more to horrific traffic, stop the deputy targeted when the suspect suddenly opens fire. The suspect jumping out without warning. Taking aim unloading on the sheriff's vehicle investigation tonight, the eighteen year old college student of freshman another possible fraternity death at a major American University. Tonight, the school now taking action the dramatic new video moments after a security guard holding down a suspected gunman when police arrived at officer then shooting and killing the guard with the video shows what members of the family are now demanding tonight new developments the woman partially sucked out of that plane passengers trying to pull her in tonight. The words of the pilot who were struggling to fly that crippled passenger jet and the American passenger who fell off of a cruise ship and did not survive. This is ABC news tonight with David Muir that he thinking it's great to have you with us here in a Wednesday night. We have a lot to get to. But we begin with the major door Easter moving from the south all the way up into the northeast one hundred ten million Americans now. Bracing for the first severe blast of winter. Heavy snow in pine bluff, Arkansas part of the same storm system. Treacherous driving and spinouts on the roads. Two people were killed dozens injured when their bus overturned on an icy highway that was a ramp near Memphis where that happened drivers. Avoiding the icy conditions on the Mississippi River bridge in Greenville, Mississippi and the morning commute. Tomorrow could be treacherous. Then the nor'easter arriving by the evening commute in DC, Philly and New York ABC's Stevenson Saami in Atlanta where the storm is hitting right now slick roads and Mississippi about an hour, south of Memphis Senate vehicle crashing into this tour bus, which sent the bus flying. With nearly fifty people inside police report at least two people are dead this evening in video from the scene. The belongings of passengers who had to be pulled from the bus are all over the road. They were travelling from Huntsville, Alabama to tunica, Mississippi, the, sleet and snow stretches across several states. This is pine bluff Arkansas tonight cars are losing it on the ice. And sliding off the roads, the tow trucks are busy there. The winter weather in flood alerts are up in at least twenty four states in the storm is now moving east and will soon move up the east coast. Here in Atlanta where it's been raining for days. Now almost non-stop. We're under a flash flood watch. There's now flooding possible from here all the way into the Carolinas and into Maryland, David, Steve thank you again. This is sweeping nor'easter from the south all the way up through DC, Philly New York, Boston Terrell, just rob Marciano live along the west side highway here in New York tonight with the latest traff. Rob. Hey, david. It's starting as an early winter very dangerous storm across the south where you're your rights going to unfold to really be a double barrel nor'easter by this time tomorrow night. Let's go through the advisers. We have winter weather advisories from Mississippi where that horrible crash west through Missouri up through Maine, those flood watches in the warm sector, breaking it down, sleet and snow tonight and Memphis, Saint Louis. Heavy rain pushing through Georgia the Carolinas by the morning, Roanoke. Richmond DC dangerous wintry mix there the coastal. Oh, then taping taking shape and then Philadelphia New York evening. Russia's going to be slick with snow. There'll be a bit of a change over to rain along. I ninety five and interior sections could see a half of snow here in the middle of November. David Marciano with us again tonight. Thank you, Robin next this evening to the wildfires in California and the dramatic new images tonight after another fire roared back to life. Overnight. Firefighters battling this fire in San Bernardino county overnight, the flames, of course, fueled by the wins there and look at this tonight new drone video showing the devastation in the. Of paradise California officials now fear what they could still discover their and ABC's will car from California tonight. Joel by perfect fire conditions. These winds are really really roaring. The Sierra fire scorching than a hundred acres in San Bernardino county blames exploding across California for the past week Archie, oh bonito's reporting from the destruction. So many people here in southern California haven't been able to get back into their neighborhoods to see their homes. But when they do this is what they might see home after home just leveled an entire community wiped out north of Sacramento Dubuque county town of paradise now, a wasteland, they're potentially over one hundred people that were killed in view, potentially. Members of the national guard wearing protective light suits joining search teams combing more than sixty square miles. You can hear the national guard sifting through the twisted steel on this burn down property. This is a targeted. Search family has called and said, you may potentially find my loved one on this property moments later, a deafening silence the guard discovering. Remains buried in the rubble anthropologist brought in those bones animal, not human. What is your message to the families with people still missing to let us know if they do locate their loved one one town over a reunion. How long did you stand in line to get your mouth? Paradise residents snaking around the block in front of the Chico post office for many the mail. They're only possession. It means so much because I honestly came out of the close that we continue to think about all those families. We'll car us live from the campfire in paradise California and willing to officials. There are worried that death toll will rise possibly to more than one hundred. That's right. David with the potential for the death toll to double resonance won't be allowed back in here. To paradise is see this destruction until the search for the missing is over even then it may take years for this community to rebuild may not ever be the same de will car tonight. We'll thanks next this evening to a developing headline at this hour reports the attorney who represented stormy Daniels taking on the president Michel ebony has been arrested. Let's get right to our chief Justice correspondent Pierre Thomas with the breaking developments peer what have you learned? That's right. David. We're learning that the LAPD made the arrests in the incident took place yesterday. He was arrested on domestic violence charges. And the report was taking yesterday. He has not been book David Pierre Thomas with the breaking developments involving Michael avenue tonight Pierre. Thank you. We turn next to the terrifying. Moments when a deputy comes under fire when the suspect he pulled over jumped out of his car in front of the deputy and began shooting right into the windshield of the patrol car. Here's ABC's Victor Kindo tonight. Watch would start as a routine traffic dumb in Arkansas. Power. Quickly turn into shootout in broad daylight. Josh far county this newly released dash Cam showing the drivers Sunday unload round after round that silver core. Pulling up quickly reversing getting out of harm's way. Turban a gunfight out here with the money. It back up the driver then gets out and starts approaching the police from another camera. We see the gunfight playout. That's corporal grit. Thompson a hug is while the shooter identified by police as twenty nine year old Louise Goebbels Sonoko takes aim and fires from the hood before getting back in his car and taking off now really stopping down the road to let a passenger out. Wipe me mill. Just go that woman his girlfriend leader approaching the corporal with arms raised while. I don't on. Corporal Thompson was unharmed, but his vehicle and windshields riddled with bullets the suspect eventually surrendering appearing in court today. No facing several charges, including attempted capital murder. The suspect is now being detained by the sheriff's office says that he might be in this country illegally. David Victor Kindo with us tonight. Thank you Victor. And there are new images tonight from the moments after a security guard who was holding down at alleged gunman until police could arrive and that guard was shot and killed by an officer. Here's ABC's Johnson. Tonight, dramatic new video showing the moments after an Illinois security guard was gunned down by police. Don't again crowd shouting at officers as they give Djamil Rovers in CPR before he died from multiple gunshot wounds. Rogerson abounds her at a bar was pinning down a shooting suspect when he was shot by a white officer arriving on the scene. A preliminary report by state police says he was wearing no markings identifying him as a security guard, and then an officer gave him multiple. Verbal commands to drop the gun. But this man says he and others tried warning police, the all you he's a security. He's the security and without any given any thought they shot on the security as well. David family. Attorney wants officer fired and plans to file a civil rights lawsuit. Tonight, the mid Lowthian police department is calling this a tragic case of blue on blue friendly fire David which with thank you and from Athens, Ohio tonight, the new investigation at this hour into the death of a freshman at Ohio University. He was found. Unresponsive at an apartment linked to his fraternity. Here's ABC's Paula Farris tonight. Authorities tonight are investigating a mysterious death that Ohio University after Colin Wyant and eighteen year old freshman was found unresponsive in this off campus apartment on Monday. The university confirming that resident with an unofficial annex of the fraternity sigma pi where Wyatt recently pledged in response, the university ordered the fraternity to cease and desist all activities and turn over all records after receiving information that the fraternity has engaged in conduct that puts the health and safety of your members at risk at police tells ABC news, they don't suspect foul play at this point the national sigma pi fraternity says they're advising members to cooperate fully with the investigation and David while an investigation into wyans death is underway. His family is preparing for his funeral in. Columbus, Ohio were he'll be laid to. Rest this weekend. David paula. Thank you next this evening. President Trump's striking bipartisan tone today throwing his support behind legislation on prison sentence reform. That's backed by members of both parties. There was also a breaking development tonight. After first lady Melania Trump publicly said that a top deputy does not deserve to work in the White House that deputy is now out tonight ABC's Cecilia Vega from the White House at the White House today. President Trump back to bypass dozen plan to reform the nation's prison and sentencing laws. Did I hear the word bipartisan? Did I hear? That word. Nice word that's a far cry from his fearmongering message on the campaign trail insisting Democrats were behind that caravan of migrants heading north. He tweeted about immigration and the caravan at least thirty times in the weeks before election day, but since then the number of presidential tweets about immigration one and not a word about those fifty nine hundred American troops. He deployed to the border today. Arizona's Republican Senator Jeff flake called it a ploy to win votes in can't call it anything, but a stunt here. Secretary of defense Jim Madison homeland security secretary Kirsten Neilsen meeting. Some of those troops on the border today. Troll your door. Sources say Nielsen is likely to lose her job in a looming White House shakeup chief of staff. John Kelly could follow asked about their fate today. The president told the daily caller we're looking at a lot of options deputy national security adviser mirror. Ricard was also hanging in the balance. After first lady Melania Trump publicly declared she does not deserve to work in the White House. The first lady has told ABC's, Tom yomas. She does not trust some on the president's staff. Did you let him know? I let him know. And what did he do some people? They don't live there anymore. But late tonight. The White House announcing Ricardo L is off the job. She'll be taking on a different role in the administration. Alright. So let's get this illegal with us live tonight from the White House and Cecilia as you just reported that national security adviser now out your sources telling you tonight, she's been reassigned as she has David. But we still don't have word yet on where she is headed next. We are hearing that first lady Melania Trump was irritated with recur Dell in their recent. Lanning for their trip to Africa. And the first lady feels that she had disrespected on her staff to see Vega with breaking developments tonight. Thank you Cecilia in next this evening to that new interview with Monica Lewinsky making headlines in a new documentary, she accepts much of the blame for the Clinton scandal and talks candidly about her mind set at twenty two hoping she can help other young people avoid the painful scandal. She was swept up in. Here's ABC's. Linsey Davis again tonight. She is now forty five and making headlines again tonight, Monica Lewinsky, hoping to help other young women by sharing how she felt at twenty two and how she says she was swept up into something. She couldn't handle he had this ability to hold everybody who is there. Not just young women. Not just older women, but young men older men, gay straight. Everybody is sort of starry eyed in his presence at kind of have to laugh at my younger self. But that was when my crush started Lewinsky recalls how she felt when president paid attention to a White House intern. He paid a lot of attention to me. He spent time sort of standing there and held my hand longer than he should have and gave others have described as the full Bill Clinton in that new AME docu series. She explains what she was thinking. What led to what she calls her own poor decisions? She believes he was wrong to the moment. We were actually in the back office for the first time. The truth is is that I think it meant more to me that someone who other people desired desired me, however wrong. It was however misguided for who I was in that very moment at twenty two years old that was how it felt Lewinsky now telling Vanity Fair an important part of moving forward is excavating often painfully what is gone before. I took the small narrow sliver of the man I knew and mistook it for the whole Lewinsky also describes looking back at those twenty year old images of her what the president wistfully saying at the time. She was excited. For all the wrong reasons. And that she had no idea that life as she had known. It was about to end David Lindsay Davis with us again tonight. Thank you Lindsey. There is still much more head on world news tonight this Wednesday. The American passenger who fell off of a cruise ship. Also, the new developments the woman partially sucked out of a plane passengers trying to pull her in. We'll tonight the words of the pilot now struggling to fly that crippled passenger jet. Just now emerging a deadly military crasher in the US pilot killed in a supersonic jet crash and the discovery tonight with scientists are now calling me super earth planet much larger than ours on news ahead. Do you spend the night tossing and turning are you dealing with a stiff neck and back for months if you're struggling to get a good night's sleep? You've gotta try a purple mattress, the purple mattress will probably feel different than anything you've ever experienced because it uses a new material developed by an actual rocket scientist, the purple mattress feels very unique because it's both firm and soft so keeps everything supported while still feeling really comfortable. Plus, it's breathable. So it sleeps cool, dry your purple mattress with a one hundred nights risk-free trial. And if you're not fully satisfied, you can return it for a full refund. 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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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Are you hiring with indeed you can post a job in minutes set up screener questions than zero in on your shortlist of qualified candidates using an online dashboard get started today at indeed dot com slash podcast. That's indeed dot com slash podcast. To several developing stories as we come on the air, President Trump at the border, and what he said when asked if he'll declare a national emergency to fund his wall day, twenty of the government shutdown eight hundred thousand workers will not get paid. And tonight the government now suggesting to workers how to get by without your paycheck with advice like be creative hold the garage sale. Offer to watch children or what pets also breaking tonight? President Trump's former fixer and personal attorney Michael Cohen agreeing to testify before congress and the country taking questions about the president. Also, the major winter storm brewing tonight. Heavy snow already hitting the northeast and then what's coming next. The storm hitting the midwest and the east rob with the new track at this hour, the major outbreak on board one of the world's largest cruise ships turning around now headed back to the US. The new reported allegations tonight against singer R Kelly and the apology tonight from lady Gaga. After her duet with our Kelly the bus driver to the rescue to save a toddler who was barefoot in freezing weather wandering in the cold, the shark attack weight off, the US coast tonight, the dramatic images and breaking news tonight involving one of the most famous athletes in the world. Why forties are now asking for his DNA? This is ABC news tonight with David new video thing, and it's great to have you with us here on a Thursday night. We have a lot to get to tonight. We're going to begin with the president in what he said today when asked will he declare an emergency to get his border wall built the president with border patrol officers on the US Mexico border in Texas calling it a crisis. It's now day twenty of the government shutdown tonight. House speaker Nancy Pelosi saying the president likes this saying it's because it's a distraction from what else is happening in Washington the evening. Eight hundred thousand American workers will not get paid. And is the president about to bypass congress to get the wall built Matt up. And with what the president said he's in mission. In Texas tonight. Tonight, President Trump traveling far from Washington. Those stalled shutdown talks trying to drum up support for his wall by warning of eight national security crisis at the border. If you don't have it. It's going to be nothing, but hard work and grueling problems. And by the way, and death and debt a lot of death. But we got eight different story from the local mayor, Jim darling. One of the things the president mentioned is that there is a security crisis. Here what was the murder rate in mcallen, Texas zero zero zero zero orders, whereas safest city in the state of Texas. The mayor doesn't want to wall here. There's places of barricade makes sense but not necessarily right here. And one of the reasons city, you know, but the president is dug in even before taking off he was sounding ready to declare a national emergency. So he can go around congress and use the military to build his wall. I haven't done it yet. I may do it. If this doesn't work out probably I will do. I would say definitely of house speaker Nancy Pelosi pointing out even many Republicans dislike that idea. I think he's going to have to answer to his own party on e surfing that much power. Then don't think he really wants a solution. I think he loves the distraction that this is from his other problems. And that's most unfortunate. It's a luxury our country can't afford under any circumstance, the president long promised. American tax payers would not have to pay for the wall. Who's gonna pay for the wall? His campaign website even spilled out a plan to pressure Mexico to quote, make a one time payment of five to ten billion dollars today. A different story one. I said Mexico will pay for the wall of furtive thousands and thousands of people, obviously, they're not going to write a check. But they are paying for the wall indirectly. That is not true either. The president is demanding five point seven billion dollars from congress for the wall and says he won't reopen the government until he gets it reporters today asking if the buck stops with him the buck sapped with everybody they could solve this problem in literally fifteen minutes. All right Mack up in with us live tonight from Texas and met we heard President Trump say there that he would quote, probably almost definitely declare a national emergency to allow the military to build his wall. And tonight, you're learning that the head of the army corps of engineers was actually on Air Force One with the president. That's right. David. He came with the president and stayed with him for much of his time here at the border. Now, we've just thought that the White House has directed. The army corps of engineers to examine its emergency supplemental budget to see if there's enough money in there for the military to build that wall without additional government funding. David Matt guffman in mission, Texas leading us off, Matt. Thank you tomorrow. No checks. We'll go out to those furloughed government workers nearly a million of them other workers will not get back bay. And look at this tonight demonstrations in Ogden, Utah at federal plaza in Chicago at the IRS building in Covington Kentucky at in Washington DC across this country. And tonight the coast guard is out we've this memo advice to its workers who are not getting paid telling them to be creative without their pay have a garage sale offer to watch children, walk pets house. It become a mystery shopper ABC Stevenson Saami with workers across this country. Who say this isn't politics. This is their lives. Government workers across the country are taking their anger with Washington to the streets tonight. The does keep coming. They don't stop. These are people who are missing this week's paycheck and won't get another one for who knows. How long do at the end of this month? I have bills I need to pay. In the meantime, and I'm not able to collect a paycheck about four hundred and twenty thousand of them still have to show up at work, Dan, McCabe is an air traffic controller in suburban Atlanta. Who's working for free tonight? My worry knows we're standing in. How to keep it? Keep it. He and his wife, Heather schoolteacher are worried. They could lose their home if the shutdown lasts. The government has suggested they call their lender. Make a deal, which they did they said, well, we're really sorry that you're going through this that you have thirty days to get your payment in full and after thirty days we report you to the creditors. I mean, we're not driving the bus on this. We're under the bus on this some of their bosses are giving them advice on how to get through this in this tip sheet. The coast guard says they're worker should throw garage sales babysit children or walk the neighbor's dog for extra cash stables with us live outside Atlanta tonight. And Steve President Trump has said repeatedly that most of these workers not getting paid a support. What he's doing right now. Well, the people we talked with today David answered that question tactfully saying that their concerns are more immediate than a wall such as paying for child care paying the power Bill, and they want the president to solve this. David Stevenson Saami with us tonight as well. Thank you, Steve. The other major headline involving the president at this hour. We learned today that the president's former lawyer and longtime fixture Michael Cohen will testify before congress and the American people in just weeks. Mary Bruce on the hill with what Michael Cohen is willing to answer just weeks after being swarmed at his sentencing. Tonight, President Trump's former attorney and fix her. Michael Cohen is again, stepping into the spotlight agreeing to testify under oath and in public on Capitol Hill to give what he's calling a full and credible account of his ten years at Trump side. The main doesn't tell the truth, and it said that I should take responsibility for his dirty deeds. Sentenced to three years in prison. Coen pleaded guilty to lying to congress about the president's plans to build a Trump Tower in Moscow plans that extended well into the campaign, and he admitted to facilitating hush money payments in the months before the election to two women who alleged they had affairs with Trump payments that for months the president denied knowing anything about. But Cohen says he was acting at the president's direction in order to protect the campaign. And he has now spent more than seventy hours telling all to special counsel, Robert Muller. He told George Stephanopoulos. He's done being the fall guy for the president. So why should we believe you now because the special counsel stated in Sadeq, sadly that the information that I gave to them was credible, and helpful there's a substantial amount of information that they possess that corroborates the fact that I am telling the truth. But tonight, President Trump says he's not worried about Cohen's upcoming testimony. And I'm not worried about it at all. No, the president reacting to the news late today. Mary Bruce live up on the hill again tonight and Mary colon. We know we scheduled to testify in public on February seventh and you're hearing tonight that there will be some limitations on what he'll be asked. Well, David, the chairman of the committee tonight is stressing that there will be limitations on the questions asked of. Owen because they do not want to interfere with his ongoing cooperation with the special counsel. David Mary, Bruce with us live again tonight. Thanks as always Mary. We're gonna turn now to the new winter storm developing and heading east winter weather alerts already up in the planes as lake effect snow keeps piling up white out conditions in astral Beulah, Ohio this car spinning backwards on a highway on ramp Fulton New York getting more than a foot of snow before it's done. And now this new system moving in. It's already getting very cold the head of it senior meteorologist, rob Marciano. Tracking it live for us tonight. Hey, rob. I David that cold air is pouring in to these have the cut you now as that new store emerges in the planes in the heartland. We've got a bunch of advises watches now warnings up which includes Saint Louis looks to be the target there. Let's start the clock tomorrow night at five o'clock, and we'll look for the snow to be emerging to Saint Louis increasing in through Saturday up the Ohio river Valley, I think it's mostly rain south of ice IX four, but it turns to snow in North Carolina over the Appalachian, some ISIS. Well into Virginia blocking high Keith most of it out of the northeast but big swath afford eight inches of snow from Kansas City through northern Virginia. Maybe a foot in some spots can be dicey in that area this weekend. David Marciano, very windy west side highway tonight year, good sport, rob next here tonight to the nightmare at sea a cruise ship struck by potential outbreak of norovirus. It's now headed back to the US at this hour nearly three hundred people falling ill on the Royal Caribbeans awareness of the seas one of the largest cruise ships in the world. Here's ABC's Victor Kindo tonight. Tonight, one of the world's largest cruise ships heading back to port early Royal Caribbean. Telling ABC news two hundred and seventy seven people suffered an episode of gastrointestinal illness on board the oasis of the seas the CDC now investigating sick passengers like ABBIE Perrin and her mother say it came on suddenly. We both started feeling like we had toys inning. So we have fevers, and we're like throwing up there lake recommending everyone who's sick to stay in their room on Sunday about nine thousand guests and crew deported port Canaveral on the scheduled seven day Caribbean cruise by Tuesday night. Passengers reportedly started feeling symptoms that included nausea, vomiting diarrhea as the ship approach Jamaica tonight passengers sharing video of crews trying to sanitize common areas as the ship is urging passengers to wash their hands David world Caribbean tells us that rather than have everyone worry about their health the ship will be returning a day early and all passengers will be receiving a full refund. David. All right. Victor can reporting in. Thank you Victor next. There is new fallout after millions of washed disturbing docu series about singer R Kelly tonight lady Gaga the latest to speak out. Pulling the song they sang together on streaming platforms. Prosecutors tonight say calls are now pouring in after they asked people to come forward. Here's ABC's linzie. Davis again tonight overnight a crowd at this Chicago club snapping pictures of a defiant are Kelly his first public appearance since the firestorm over surviving R Kelly the lifetime documentary detailing accusations of sexual and other misconduct toward women and teenage girls are Kelly has consistently denied the allegations. But fellow artists lady Gaga is now apologizing for poor judgment for collaborating with him on the two thousand thirteen song. Do what you want with my body. Gaga sang I stand behind these women one thousand percent, believe them. No, they're suffering and in pain and feel strongly that their voices should be heard and taken seriously. She's now planning to take the song down from streaming sites. And after an Illinois prosecutor urged alleged victims to come forward to new accusers. Tell the Chicago Sun-Times they've reached out to police. So of the parents of Joycelyn savage who believe Kelly is holding their daughter against her will despite this interview she did with TMZ last year without their people standing up capita hotness. Amount here, you know, join line and Dane, so the family tells ABC affiliate WSB they haven't seen Joycelyn in two years. My gut feeling is that my daughter is somewhere hiding in a corn praying we come and hit her and David Joycelyn. Parents contacted police after they say they were threatened by two of our Kelly's associates over there allegations. And also because they participated in this documentary, David Lindsay Davis tonight. Thank you Lindsey and evening to the Russian vista Gatien as President Trump left for Texas today. Our Giancarlo asked him about the accidental revelation that his campaign chairman Paul Manafort had shared polling data with business associates accused of having ties to Russian intelligence. Here's how the president reacted to the news. Did you know that Paul Manafort sharing polling data from your campaign? Now, I didn't know anything about it. Now. The president was also asked if a special counsel's final report should be made public. He answered we'll have to see to the big question tonight involving the Oscars who will host will possibly no won the Academy Awards is without a host since Kevin Hart stepped down after he was pressed to apologize over homophobic comments. He made in the past. He did apologize. But is now not interested in the job tonight. Variety is now reporting for the first time in nearly thirty years. There may be no host. Here's ABC's Qena Whitworth. It's been one of Hollywood's most coveted roles nine. Billy, crystal might warrant and politics or forgotten. And we find out who we really hate Bob Hope among the many names, but tonight the twenty nine thousand nine Oscars without its star act. Host variety magazine reports the academy has decided to forgo filling the job with one person. No Alastair wants to host the Oscars at this point. There's nothing in it for them. It's been thirty years since there wasn't a host view. And it's remembered as one of the biggest debacles in Oscar's history. Actor Rob Lowe opening the show in a musical number with Snow White for this year. The academy had originally booked comedian Kevin Hart who bought out following backlash from years old, homophobic tweets. The academy is reportedly seeking out celebrities to present individual segments, even considering bringing all the vendors back together for one act, David we'll see can tonight Qena. Thank you. And there was still much more head on world news tonight this Thursday to shark attack right off the US coast tonight. The dramatic images also the airline crew sick in mid air. The flight from Philly to Fort Lauderdale tonight what affected too pilots and three flight attendants. We also breaking developments tonight involving one of the most famous athletes in the world land thirties are now asking for for channel all those DNA. And the remarkable story of the toddler found running barefoot down the street in the freezing cold the bus driver coming to her rescue. You'll hear from her tonight. News head. When it comes to hiring. You don't have time to waste you need help getting to your shortlist of qualified candidates fast. That's why you need indeed dot com. Get started today at indeed dot com slash podcast. That's indeed dot com slash podcast next tonight here to the disturbing site in Milwaukee alert bus driver, spotting a toddler barefoot and alone in the freezing cold. Here's ABC's Alex pres- tonight tonight this Milwaukee bus driver being hailed a hero. She was on her shift about eight thirty AM when this site made her heart drop, a baby girl, alone wandering, the code streets. Barefoot in a diaper, and a onesie driver EDNA vent waste, no time stops the bus dodgers, traffic and gets to the girl. The terrified driver cradling the girl back on the bus. By God time shake. Passenger giving up her coat on this cold day back in December to cover the girl into police arrived the child one of nine lost her missing kids. Milwaukee bus drivers have gotten to safety in recent years evetually today honored for her quick thinking, we'll find my south in same situation. I've IV of. 'cause again, Cal always David. Luckily, the girl was not injured. Authorities say her mother who was watching her may suffer from mental health issues. David all right now. It's just glad she's ok to the index the airline crew sick and in mid air to pilots and three flight attendants falling ill and a flight from Philly to Fort Lauderdale. They complained a mysterious odor just before landing. The crew was taken to the hospitals for caution. There is news tonight about soccer star Cristiano Rinaldo with authorities in Las Vegas have issued in Warren for DNA sample. We're not was accused of sexually assaulting a woman in a hotel penthouse in two thousand nine the case was reopened last year. The woman claiming she was paid three hundred seventy five thousand to keep quiet or Knowle's attorney tha. Nights saying the relationship was consensual adding it's not surprising. His DNA would be present the shock attack off sand spit beach in California tonight, a surfer fighting for his life as a fifteen foot. Great white bites down on his legs Nineteen-year-old, Nick Wachner says he was just laying on his board. When all the sudden feet went straight up in the air. He freed one leg kicking the shark in the head until it. Let him go new concerns tonight about climate change. Scientists say the world's oceans are warming much faster than previously thought forty percent quicker than a United Nations panel predicted five years ago, they say twenty thousand nine we'll be the warmest year for the earth's oceans on record funding tonight here America, strong, the young surfer a firefighter riding the wave and so are the dolphins. Is breathtaking piece of drone footage near Ventura, California. The surf, but more importantly, the surfer rebound to see. Twenty-seven-year-old alden. Blair a firefighter paramedic for the Ventura County. Fire department station, thirty four and what he witnesses while surfing. The dolphins will begin swimming right beside him. A pot of them. Video was already been seen more than three million times on our Facebook page, and it turns out the surfer that firefighter says not only was it a beautiful moment. It is his late. Grandmother's birthday, he told one of our meteorologists KABC it was like his grandmother was talking to him the surfer and the dolphins and their magic wasn't credible. Thank you for watching on a Thursday night. I'm David Muir. I hope you'll finish out the week with us tomorrow. Until then connect are you hiring with indeed you can post a job in minutes set up screener questions than zero in on your shortlist of qualified candidates using an online dashboard. Get started today at indeed dot com slash podcast. That's indeed dot com slash podcast.
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