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We're closing in on the first results from the blockbuster event
of the primary season. Everybody expects that the frontrunners
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton will do well this evening,
but the question is how well?
Now look at this, CNN can now project that Hillary Clinton
is the winner in Georgia, is the winner in Virginia as well.
Bernie Sanders, we project, wins his home state of Vermont.
It means so much to me that the people who know me best
have voted so strongly to put us in the White House.
Hillary Clinton will be the winner in both Alabama and Tennessee.
What a super Tuesday.
CNN projects Donald Trump will win Georgia
to win the Alabama Republican presidential primary,
will carry Massachusetts, Tennessee, and Arkansas.
I ask you to prayerfully consider are coming together, united.
We have been prepared all along for an extended haul.
And if you look at the map now of the states that are to come,
that's where we're really gonna start to catch fire.
I'm a unifier. I know people are gonna find that a little bit hard
to believe but believe me, I am a unifier.
I wish we could say we had some further clarity on either one of these races,
but we don't. Underneath the wins and the losses
is the reality that this is a delegate race.
Well, that sums it up.
The Super Tuesday presidential nomination contest in the US.
I'm Carl Azuz. Welcome to the show.
No one Republican or Democrat swept all of the state contests.
But the parties' front runners had the best day of the candidates.
On the Democratic side, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton
took home victories in seven states.
Her competitor, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, won in four states.
On the Republican side, businessman Donald Trump
took home victories in seven states.
Texas Senator Ted Cruz won in three states
and one state chose Florida Senator Marco Rubio.
When candidates win states they win delegates.
And here's how that count looks so far.
A Democrat needs 2, 383 delegates to win the party nomination.
Hillary Clinton has 1, 074 total.
Bernie Sanders has 426.
A Republican needs 1, 237 delegates for the party nomination.
As of last night, Donald Trump has 332,
Ted Cruz has 230, Marco Rubio has 113.
What's next? Call it super Saturday.
On March 5th voters in four states will choose their favorite Republican candidate.
Voters in three states will choose their favorite Democratic candidate.
Maine has a Democratic vote on Sunday.
At 52 years old Scott Kelly is just getting used to gravity.
He lived with it before, but last year on March 27th,
the NASA astronaut traveled to the International Space Station.
And he didn't come back down to Earth until late Tuesday night.
He's not the first person to be in orbit that long.
A Russian cosmonaut spent 438 days aboard the MIR space station in the 1990s.
But with the research gleaned from Captain Kelly
and his identical twin brother back home,
NASA's hoping to get better prepared for long term space missions
like ones to other planets.
Some researchers say those kinds of missions aren't worth
the tens of billions of dollars they'd cost.
But for now, others are hoping they can learn all they can
from Scott Kelly's otherworldly effort.
Astronaut Scott Kelly has broken some records.
He's the first American to have spent nearly a year in space.
It's been a long busy year for Kelly.
Of course he's conducted space walks and experiments,
but he's also celebrated a birthday in space,
monkeyed around, given himself a flu shot,
consumed space grown lettuce, and played gardener for space flowers.
In the absence of gravity, the human body does some bizarre things.
Your bones thin, muscles atrophy
Nasa astronauts have also detected cardiac arrhythmias
and decreased heart function in space flight.
And about a third of American astronauts have developed vision problems.
To better understand these changes Kelly took part in a bunch of studies
that tracked how his eyes, his bones, his heart, and even
his brain changed due to the microgravity environment.
And NASA had the perfect specimen to compare him to,
his twin brother retired astronaut Mark Kelly, who was here on Earth.
NASA will continue to collect and analyze data from both Kellys
over the coming year. By comparing various tests of the two,
the twin study gives scientists greater insight into the molecular level
changes that occur as a result of space flight.
Now this is critical because NASA's goal is to boots on Mars by the 2030's.
In order to do that, we have to have a better understanding
of how to keep our future astronauts healthy and safe.
The data from Kelly's mission and the twin study
will help NASA figure out how to create and manage those safeguards.
While NASA isn't about to find another pair of astronaut twins anytime soon,
they do hope to conduct more long duration space missions
like Kelly's in the near future.
It's one of the greatest mysteries in aviation history.
What happened to Malaysia Airlines flight 370?
While traveling from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia to Beijing, China,
the plane disappeared on March 8, 2014 almost two years ago.
It had 239 people on board. A clue turned up last July.
A flapper on, part of the aircraft's wing was found on Reunion Island
about 1300 miles east of Madagascar in the Indian Ocean.
Yesterday, authorities announced what might be another clue.
A piece of plane wreckage had washed up on Madagascar itself.
It's from the same model plane as flight 370,
but Malaysia Airlines called the speculative at this point.
Is this a piece of a very large and difficult puzzle?
And we have breaking news right now. Malaysia Airlines
confirms it has lost contact with the plane carrying 227 passengers
and 12 crew members. Radar contact was lost with the jumbo jet
in Vietnamese airspace and did not cross over into China
or make contact with Chinese air traffic control.
Vietnamese authorities say an aircraft has spotted traces of oil
in waters over the search area.
A Malaysian military source tells CNN their radar shows
the plane may have still been flying an hour and ten minutes later.
Instead of being off to the east coast of Malaysia,
it apparently turned to the opposite direction and flew to the Malacca Straits,
west of the peninsula. Adding to the mystery,
why were the transponders in the cockpit that are used
to track the plane turned off? After 17 days of hope and anguish
this is not the news families were waiting to hear.
Flight MH 370 ended in the Southern Indian Ocean.
Another day of searching and crews have yet to find this elusive signal again.
The pinger locator towed behind the ocean shield
detected distinct sounds over the weekend
that may be from the black boxes. When the pings came to an end,
it was time to send down the unmanned Bluefin 21
underwater probe to scour the Indian Ocean floor.
Conspiracy theorists believe they know what happened.
Pilot suicide hasn't been ruled out, nor has rapid decompression.
Another reasonable theory?
Fire from lithium batteries in the cargo hold brought the plane down.
Or a real hijacking that ended with the plane crashing into the sea.
A 64- page report details the assumptions leading to a new search area.
The plane still flying, somehow sucked of oxygen.
Everyone on board passed out.
All through the thundering waves of winter the ships
have pressed on across the Indian Ocean,
pulsing out sonar signals and this is what they have to show for it,
the most detailed map ever of the sea bed in this area.
The new map is not fine enough to show wreckage,
but it is a wealth of information to guide underwater search vessels.
Airplane debris discovered on the tiny island of Reunion
has investigators scrambling to figure out if they may finally have
evidence as to what happened to the missing plane.
After almost 500 days of fruitless searching,
finally what may be the first real clue and hope for answers.
There are a lot of home schoolers out there using CNN Student News
they're from all over the world. So on today's roll call we're starting
by sincerely thanking you for being in our audience.
We're honored to be part of your day. In the 50th US state,
it's great to see everyone at Castle High School.
The Knights are watching from Kaneohe, Hawaii.
And to America's last frontier, in Mekoryuk, Alaska,
hello to the Herders of Nuniwarmiut School.
You don't have to look very hard to find someone whose had to get braces.
But well, yeah. This is Wesley.
He's a six month old Golden Retriever and guess what? Braces.
Wesley's teeth were so crooked that he had trouble closing his mouth.
So a local vet, and this is not the first time they've done this,
wired Wesley up for six weeks.
He got a discount from the usual $ 1, 700 fee
and aside from having to eat soft foods, Wesley is all smile.
We're glad he's getting everything straightened out.
He's certainly retrieving a lot of attention online.
Now brace yourself, you know what it takes to get a canine teeth fixed up?
A really good orthodontics. I'm Carl Azuz. Hope to see you tomorrow.
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