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district in the eastern part of the city. that area has been the target of a russian backed syria offensive since the collapse of a cease fire last month. back to this country with the latest on the deadly plane crash in connecticut. officials now confirm that the flight instructor and his student fought inside the cockpit and that the instructor was unable to regain control before the crash. now the crash does appear to have been a suicide attempt by
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elizabeth hur. >> reporter: investigators taking pictures and gathering evidence at the scene of the plane crash confirms it was no accident. >> information indicates the crash was intentional, but i want to be crystal clear, the circumstances beyond that are stimbeing investigated. >> the plane took off from an airport in hartford, connecticut when just before 4:00 tuesday afternoon eyewitnesss say they saw the plane plunging into a utility poles and power lines. >> three poles, when it hit the last one, just boom. >> power out, and everyone -- >> everyone on the ground, the plane merely missing a van carrying a mother and children. >> sidewalks were full, businesses were full, and heavy amount of traffic. the fact that there were not more casualties as a result of the incident is amazing. >> reporter: as for the two men on board, a flight instructor
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news learning he died in the crash, a jordanian national attending a flight school nearby. officials are searching his connecticut apartment and questioning roommates, but so far, no official word on a motive. police will only say they are not ruling anything out. kendis, diane? >> elizabeth, thank you. now to the weather. hurricane nicole set to hit bermuda today. this is what it looks it's category 4 with sustained winds at 130 miles per hour. flights and cruise ship visits delayed. schools and businesses closed until it passes. and as flooding in north carolina shows no signs of easing, officials there ordered thousands more residents to evacuate their homes. the movement of the flood waters is called a slow motion disaster. some communities in the eastern part of north carolina are in danger of being cut off as more
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many of the rain swollen rivers will crest tomorrow or saturday and the death toll is at already 38 people. breaking news from boston where two police officers were shot, one krcritically respondi to a report of a person with a gun last night. it appears a domestic dispute led to the call. one suspect shot dead at the scene and another in custody. murder charges have been filed against a man prosecutors say killed two palm springs police officers. john known gang member and expected to be arraigned today. he specifically targeted the officers for death. >> this individual wanted ed kill police officers. he armed himself with a weapon to kill police officers. he put on a vest so that he would be protected so he could kill police officers. >> prosecutors say they will decide in the coming weeks whether he'll face the death penalty if convicted.
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officers is scheduled for next tuesday. independent autopsy conducted for the family of a black man shot and killed by a charlotte police officer shows he suffered fatal gunshot wounds to the back and stomach. the shooting of keith scott touched off days of violent protests in charlotte. scott's family members says they were forced to have an independent autopsy because medical examiner refuses to release any information. the embattled ceo of wells fargo stepped down. john the phoney account scandal, and senator warren demanded he resign. warren tweeted he should still face a department of justice investigation. stumpf walks awe with a $twenty million pension and more than $100 million in stock. so we rarely have the time to show you an event, an entire race from beginning to end, but
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tortoise and the hare. and they are off. >> the hare with the early lead, but the tortoise -- extra confident with a break, just the same as the story goes. >> the hare was in serious smack talking. the hare cracking under the pressure. >> hustling, just hustling? the tortoise and the hare, coming to loif again, and crossing the finish line, tortoise! and the tortoise, oh, wins. >> oh, the humanity. all the bookies just tossing up their papers, just, no, no, no, no, we had the hare. oh! we need a rematch. >> frank was disappointed, by the way. >> frank, your rabbit. >> didn't like the competition. he's challenging the tortoise to a rematch. >> we'll have the continuing
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that was in thailand, by the way. we're going to rick roll you now. ken bone. the sexy halloween costume that's ken bone, could it really be sold out already? >> first, another major air bag recall. another company are faulty safety equipment. detail next. also ahead, another reason to hate air pollution. the new study shows why city dwellers may have a harder time keeping skin healthy and young. also check out the behind of the scene pictures on instagram, abcwnn. you're watching "world news now." medicare options until 65. king out your now is a good time to get the ball rolling. medicare only covers about eighty percent of part b medical costs. the rest is up to you. that's where aarp medicare supplement insurance plans
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the national highway traffic safety administration accuses tennessee air bag parts maker of stone walling its investigation into a fatal crash this past summer. the agency is looking into several incidents of air bags including one in july that killed a woman in canada. the manufacturer of the air bags is ark, based in tennessee. the investigation is focused on the inflaters similar to those involved in the tacata recall in 2014. >> what's similar between them is using the same type of propellant and overpressurized
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fatalities. >> it's believed to be in older gm, hyundai, and more, but officials tell abc news they don't know exactly which models are affected. another major recall involving samsung galaxy note 7 smart phones. >> owners of the original and replacement phones are told not just to unplug and power down, but return phones after packing them in fireproof boxes of the. >> reporter: samsung sends resistant return kits. this man posted a video of his online. inside? thermally insulated packaging and protective gloves. on the outside of the box, a warning. >> forbidden for transport by aircraft. >> reporter: ground traffic only. because phones are now considered fire hazards, they have to power down immediately, and this video shows why.
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walks into a room with a galaxy note 7 with billowing smoke secs laters, she faints. they are receiving 2 million phones worldwide, but concerns is those who do not return them and take them with them in cars, trains, and planes. abc news, new york. in the next half hour, tim tebow in his own words replaying the moment who helped a fan who fell over i firstings could the air you breathe slowly kill your skin? the new warning for people who live in cities and other polluted areas. you're watching "world news now."
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bravo on the choice of song because here's the story. if you're a city dweller, you'll be shocked what's under your skin. >> nearly half of americans live in cities with unhealthy levels of pollution that dry and dull and even prematurely age your skin. >> good news is there are easy steps to take to combat all that. >> move to the country. >> reporter: we all know sun is the main but now some experts say your skin may have a new enemy. pollution. dae that over the last few years finds pollution from car exhaust and emissions, tiny particles 20 times smaller than skin pores causes inflammation and irritation and could accelerate signs of ageing like wrinkles and brown spots. >> a a lot of the matter in the
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>> reporter: one study supported by a a cosmetics company compared two groups of women and found those living in the city had a 20% increase in hyperpigmentation and wrinkles than those living in the country. 23-year-old chelsea biles has been living in new york most of her life. >> i get home, and my skin feels greasy and heavy, just, like, it's been layer on, every layer that i could add to it, just on feels awful. >> reporter: so what can you do? some experts suggest washing your skin thoroughly at night to get rid of pollutants stuck to makeup. looking with products for topical antioxidants and use a pore cleansing mask weekly. >> it's a more and more polluted world, and rid yourselves of all of it is so important. >> reporter: abc news, new york. good tips. >> living in manhattan, we're in trouble.
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ditch the misery. let's end this. okay, mix here on a thursday morning, and we'll start with the most famous address in the entire country, 1600 pennsylvania, beautiful houses, you know there, recently on zillow, priced out at $300 million, but say you wanted a house that looked just like that? apparently, there's two of them right there in the this is in virginia. >> oh, wow. >> replica of the white house, and both are on sale right now, two white house style mansions. on sale. one for about $2 million, and the other for about $4 million. one of them is a balcony there, built in 1995 by a vietnamese engineer, three stories, six bedroom, three car garage. >> not bad.
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white house replica houses is surprising enough, and let alone they are both on the market at the same time. >> within two miles of each other. if you don't get to real 1600 pennsylvania avenue, mr. trump or clinton, there's a place for you. >> in case you thought you heard the last of ken bone, ladies and gentlemen, remember this? merchandising, merchandising. well, ken bone's in on the >> oh. >> ken bone now has his own t-shirts. they are already on sale. while we may never know who he supports in november, he uses the fame to encourage followers to vote. >> i'm embarrassed to say i ordered mine. >> i was going to order you one and thought to wait if you have. you did. >> i hope it gets here before the 15 minutes is up, but i think i'm screwed on that front.
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there's also a ken bone costume, just because we like to say the name. it's a sexy ken bone costume. the ladies can get in on the act. it's a rcrop top, and black zipper closure, and the must-have mustache, and black glasses and the energy policy question is your >> wasn't he in khakis? i don't know. >> details. >> should be a knitted crop top. >> true. >> cardigan style. all right. now to the laziest pumpkin carver, perhaps in the worm. while everyone showcases their art skills, this woman put out a small face pumpkin, two eyes and a mouth.
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this morning on "world news now," new accusations against donald trump. several women say the republican presidential nominee made unwanted sexual advances on them. the trump's campaign calls it fiction. the full story in just a moment. breaking news, u.s. retaliating overnight against multiple missile attacks by rebels in yemen. vide shows the american assault. we'll have the late, breaking details of the latest offensive. tim tee bow opens up about praying over a fans who collapsed in the fan. >> what the newly minted baseball player says this morning about the fan's health scare and why he dropped everything to rush to the man's side. forbes is out with this year's highest paid dead celebrities. so who landed at the top of the list? here's a hint.
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we'll tell you how much he made last year. you might think he's a smooth criminal. >> oh, i don't know. >> on this thursday, october 13th. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> somewhere. somewhere. >> i don't know that's a list i want to be on. it's great to make a lot of money -- >> no one's aspiring to make that one. >> absolutely. let presidential race, begin there, shall we? because donald trump accused of doing what he described in that lewd recording that shook up the campaign. >> two women are now accusing trump of groping and kissing them without consent. they tell the new york times the separate incidents occurred the first time they met trump. alleged incidents happened years ago, but the campaign demands a retraction and threatening a lawsuit. here's dan harris. >> reporter: just hours ago, the
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businesswoman, sitting next to a young donald trump in a flight into new york city in the early 1980s. >> somehow or another, the armrest in the seat disappeared, and it was a real shock when all the sudden his hands were all over me. he started encroaching on my space, and i hesitate to use this expression, but i'm going to, and that is he was octopus. it was like he had six arms. he was all over the place. >> reporter: she says she did not report trump's alleged behavior to anyone. >> during the late '60s, 70s, and 80s, the culture instilled on us somehow it was our fault, the attention that we received from men, that we were responsible for their behavior. you didn't complain to the authorities. you didn't complain to your boss. if something happened to you,
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on. >> reporter: she tells the new york times she is a clinton supporter, and the trump campaign is out with a statement saying, this entire article is fiction, and for the new york times to launch a completely false coordinated character assassination against mr. trump on a topic like this is dangerous. sources tell abc news donald trump's team is drafting a lawsuit against the new york times for defamation. dan harris, abc news, new york. >> trump's also behavior from an exbeauty queen. >> former miss arizona says donald trump walked into a room with partially clothed contestants for the miss usa pageant back in 2001 when trump owned the pageant, of course, and described feeling helpless. >> our first introduction to him was when we were at the dress rehearsal and half naked changing into our bikinis. to have the owner waltz in when we're naked or half naked in a
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pressure of the, you know, the people that work for him telling us to go fawn all over him, walk up to him, talk to him, get his attention. >> her allegations are strikingly similar to scenarios that trump once described to howard stern more than a decade ago on his radio show, but trump says her claims have no merit. >> hillary clinton's campaign is doing damage control amid release of more hacked e-mails from the clinton campaign, part of the batch of e-mails published yesterday by wikileak, and one of them, he urges clinton to reach out to prominent latino politicians including bill richardson, and that e-mail makes reference to, quote, needy latinos and one easy call. he's blaming russians for the hacking saying they are conspireing to help trump. the fbi is looking into the hack. breaking news from the defense department.
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military retail yated for attempted attacks on warships in the red sea. missiles were launched early this morning targeting three radar sites controlled by yemen rebels along the red sea coast. military officials believe all three targets were destroyed. the pentagon warn they'll continue to respond to future threats on military as well as kme commercial ships as well as elsewhere in the world. more breaking news there boston here at home. boston police of for his life after being shot. another officer wounded in the incident when responding to reports of a man with a gun. police initially asked residents in the east boston neighborhood to shelter in place as they searched for a suspect. they later said the suspect was killed and the situation under control. >> new details about the deadly plane crash on the street in connecticut. officials confirm the flight instructor and his student fought inside the cockpit and the instructor was up able to
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a suicide attempt by the student. terrorism has been ruled out. killed in the crash, the student, a native of jordan, and the instructor still in the hospital. thousands urged to evacuate as flooding grows more dangerous from hurricane matthew, now blamed for 38 deaths, most of them in north carolina. phillip mena is in the flood zone. >> reporter: the death toll with the water. >> it's all right. >> reporter: fearing the worse for her brother, ralph, who refused to evacuate the hard hit time of lumbertop. >> praying he stayed behind in the house and maybe the water didn't come so high. >> reporter: learning her brother is safe as the disaster unfolds in slow motion. some, like me linda, and her family, sleeping in their vehicles.
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dogs, and a cat. >> reporter: rivers like this at record levels and still rising, overuning the towns. emergency operations still underway. the death toll in the state now at least 20. phillip mena, lumberton, north carolina. an arizona woman under arrest accused of conspiracy to commit terrorism. she was taken in custody after federal and local law enforcen no information release d at th time, but she's been complaining on facebook she was denied visitation to the state prison complex. the trial of a georgia man accused of leave son in the car to die resumes after a four daybreak. he's facing felony murder and other charges as prosecution said he left the little boy in the car for more than seven
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accident. zblnkts a study questions the value of mammograms for breast cancer screening. researchers concluded a woman is likely to be diagnosed with a small tumor that's not destined to grow than have a true problem spotted early. the study results to the ongoing debate whether mammograms are necessary. as always, check with your doctor. >> we want to give love to the nhl on the opening night and one player in particular. we talk about hockey with the stanley cup, but this is worth it. this guy, no. matthews. he's 19 years old. he was the number one draft choice for the toronto mapleleafs, and last night in his debut, all he did was score four goals, that's mama. his parents in the crowd. his mother getting more and more emotional as the goals kept going. four is the most in a debut game in modern nhl history. they lost the game, 5-4, but he
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he scored every single one. >> every single goal. >> unbelievable. i'm not sure the family minded the loss. >> so excited for him. >> hat trick? please. >> game two's going to suck, though. all downhill from there. >> this underhand free throws. >> check it out, curtesy of the houston he's been shooting grapny style since the time at the university of louisville, and he's not stopping now that he's in the pros. he showed off his underhand method during houston's exhibition trip to china. they all loved it there. do we like it? >> i'm game. apparently, there's players who shoot much better this way, but they just won't do it because
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>> begs to question, would you shoot, quote-on-quote granny style, if it upped your free throw percentage. >> whatever works. >> absolutely. >> not everybody would. >> after last season, the knicks' training everybody like that. ken bone probably shoots like that. >> i think if i were a basketball player, i'd shoot like that. better numbers that way than this way. >> really? >> but i did play basketball for a short time. guess what? >> what? you did over. >> >> let us know your thoughts. what would tebow do? bet he would shoot under if it were betterment he's opening up about frightening moments after a fan collapsed in the stands, and how he rushed in to try to help. hear why he says he did it. heard of dead presidents, but now dead celebrities. this year's highest paid ones. can you guess who made it to the top of the list? but, first, here's a look at
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now to sports personalities. starting with tom brady. the quarterback has been photographed with donald trump in the past. >> and his news conference yesterday, brady was asked a question about the long time friend. >> how would you respond if your kids heard donald trump's version of locker room talk? >> thank you, guys. have a good day. >> and just like that. >> yep. he was off. brady and trump have golf together, and trump mentioned trail. >> brady, clearly, didn't want to talk politics. >> department want to talk about it, yeah. another sports hero opening up to a frightening health care involving a fan collapsing in the stands. >> these images have gone viral. tim tebow rushing to the aid of brandon barry who collapsed after the game on tuesday.
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network, espn, how he prayed over the man. >> looked like he was unconscious, and when he came to, the longer that he was conscious, the more comfortable he got, but you still don't know what's going on. i was praying for him at the time when he woke up, just be there with him until the paramedics show up, and take his mind off of whatever he was going through, just treat him normal like anybody else, and if you can rag him, rag him, give him a mom, whatever it is, you know, and in my opinion, when people are going through some really tough times, they still want to be treated normal and they stillment to be, you know, treated like a friend, not, you know, necessarily, you know, just coddled, but, you know, messing around. you're a georgia fan, give him a hard time, take the mind off of what they are going through at the moment. >> i don't know, how do you feel
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talking smack about your mama. >> i don't know. tebow rotedly said the fan said he was diagnosed with a brain tumor this year. >> barry is fine now at home after being released from the hospital, and, apparently, they talked smack about from rival schools. when we come back, this year's top earnings for dead celebrities. >> whoopi's business venture she hopes brings joy to the world, the skinny's next.
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? ? time for "the skinny," and topping the headlines this morning, the top paid celebrities in the year after. >> forbes is out with the annual list of dead celebrities who it's true. landing in third place, arnold palmer, who just pass away 18 days ago, over the last 12 months, though, he made $40 million. >> peanuts creator, charles schultz. >> blasting ahead of them, the king of pop, oh "smooth criminal," raking in $825 million last year, michael
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estate selling the remaining half share of the beatles off to 750 million. >> rounding out the top five, elvis in fourth place, and prince in fifth. >> prince is fifth, huh. all right. next, a month's long speculation is over. >> janet jackson confirmed her long rumored pregnant si at age 50 showing off the growing bump to "people". she postponed unbreakable tour to focus on planning a family with her husband, a retired businessman. >> the five-time grammy award winner says, quote, we thank god for our blessing, and a source says she's doing well and resting until the baby's due and is already thinking about baby names. >> cool. congrats. >> congrats. next, hoping to spread serious christmas cheer, whoopi is launching a fashion line, but not the kind most launch, but ugly christmas sweaters. >> the kind ken bone would love. >> this is my fashion line. >> it is great.
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she says there's 11 styles with different styles and different names. >> there's santa love, the skirt the issue resembles a skirt. >> they retail for $39, and will hit stores on november 1st. >> that one is -- >> interesting. >> it's something. >> yeah. >> finally, some exciting thursday for "star wars" fans. released the first movie poster for "rogue 1," and darth vader is looming over her shoulder. the death star and six of her costars. >> the release comes ahead of this morning's release of the film's very first trailer. look for that later this morning on "good morning america," and it hits theaters december 16th in 3 d, real d, imxd.
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ditch the misery. let's end this. we all have at least one friend who insists on showing every cat video ever made ever in the world. >> we're in the going to judge. this morning, this is some of the most viral of those videos. how he's taking funny cat videos to a whole new level. here's abc's dan harris. ? ? >> reporter: the internet may be overrun with cat videos, but these are a cut above. videos of aaron's cat doing
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? ? >> reporter: to jamming out making his youtube channel a viral hit. aaron is quick to admit that he's, of course, not the main attraction. >> this is prince michael here. i got him years ago, and he was super chill, so i made videos. >> reporter: prince michael and the adorable cat of costar views, but aaron says it's not easy. >> the challenge with prince michael is he's a cat. sometimes he wants to film. sometimes he wants to swat at a bag. >> reporter: when you add in the other perral personalities involved. >> there's a lot of egos involved. the most difficult was the house cat party video.
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effect and creativity to get the job done. >> there was a shot where he swallowed, and we used that to make seem as though he was sad. >> reporter: now that the sponsorships are rolling in, he has more reason to smile. >> the brands i love working with the most are movie brands. one of our early videos was called fast and the furryist. our audience loved it because it's organic of what we've been making anyways. >> reporter: dan harris, abc news, new york. >> by the way, those funny cat loving people that we talked about before, dan harris is one of them. >> he's one of them. >> said in the past, by the way, just so you all know, i love my cats. he said at the end of the story, he was not sure if it was more or less proud. i'm allergic to cats. >> kendis the cat guy. you don't look happy there. even graphics couldn't make you
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town of elk run heights in black hawk county. the city council has approved an ordinance that allows the city to put up cameras. they will go up at two places: one at mccoy and lafayette roads... the second at gilbertville road and marie avenue. the city will also have a hand-held speed unit to issue violations. the city still has to hire a contractor to install the system. more news later here on you 24 hour news source,
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protestors interrupt bill clinton's campaig good morning, i'm kendis gibson. >> and good morning, i'm kendis gibson. >> and i'm diane macedo. here's the headlines we're following for you this morning on "world news now. "donald trump is facing accusations of inappropriate touching. the trump campaign is denying the claims and demanding a retraction. full details in a moment. the u.s. hit back yemen rebelsor u.s. warships. the pentagon confirms missiles were launched this morning to target three sites along the red sea coast. that deadly plane crash in connecticut was the result of a suicide attempt, not linked to terrorism. they say the instructor and his student fought in the cockpit before the crash. the student was a native of
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hurricane 4 storm, sustained winds of 130 miles per hour hits the island today, and flights and cruise ship arrivals have been cancelled. those are the top stories on this thursday morning, october 13th. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> i'm diane macedo. >> i'm kendis gibson. let's gets right to the trump news this morning. >> that's right. donald trump embroiled in another scandal accused of making unwanted sexual advan >> jessica tells the new york times that trump groped her breast and tried to put his hand up her skirt on a flight to new york back in the '80s, and another worm said in 2005, trump kissed her on the mouth when she met him for the first time at trump tower. both accusers are hillary clinton supporters, and said they didn't tell authorities what happened, but told family and friends. the trump campaign is
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ing a retraction. >> the campaign said the arm is fiction and for the new york times to launch a completely false coordinated character assassination against mr. trump like this is dangerous, to reach back decades in an attempt to smear mr. trump try yalizes sexual assault and sets a new low where the media is willing to go. >> pouncing on this referring to trump's behavior as disgusting saying, here, quoting them, sa know about the way donald trump has treated women. and hillary clinton's camp has also been hacked by the way, the chairman there, this time, it it was his twitter account. a tweet said he was switching teams and voting for trump, but it's since been deleted. he's at the center of the recent wikileaks hack. more than a thousand new e-mails were just dumped yesterday.
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team's response. >> reporter: they started lining up to vote in ohio. stacks of ballots ready to go in florida, and nearly half of the country voting is already underway. hillary clinton driving that message home in colorado. >> and, you know, your vote can make all the difference. >> reporter: the stakes so high, clinton telling the new york times, i'm the last thing standing between you and the apocalypse. her team now trying to find its footing after wikileaks released thousands of campaign chairman's hacked e-mails, nearly 1200 exposing the inner workings of the campaign. >> the e-mails show that hillary clinton's staff even has to give her secret notes on when she needs to smile. smile, hillary. smile. >> reporter: in one e-mail, he urges clinton to reach out to three prominent la tee know
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richardson, saying needy la tee knows and one easy call. blaming the russians saying they are conspireing to help trump. the fbi now investigating. putin asking, is it really that important who did it? it's important what's inside this information. trump brushing off the attacks. >> ever notice anything that goes wrong, they blame russia. russia it did it. they say donald trump is friends with putin. i don't know putin, folks, i promise. >> reporter: he recently questioned whether there were hacks to begin with. >> maybe there is no hacking. >> reporter: the clinton team feels good about prospects here in the battleground state saying that colorado already has more democrats than republicans registered for the first time in this state's history. abc news, pueblo, colorado. breaking news from boston
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shot. the officers are in extremely critical condition after being hit several times. they responded to reports of a man with a gun when they came under fire last night. the police chief called it a domestic dispute gone bad. the suspect killed at the scene. police in portland, oregon used pepper spray to break up a demonstration at city hall and aired nine people along the way. some fought back throwing objects at officers inside and outside the building. protesters wanted to stop the city council from voting on a new police contract saying the current mayor should let the incoming mayor take up the issue in january after more public input. a new federal report finds that police in san francisco used force against blacks more than other racial groups, but the report says more research is needed to determine whether those figures reflect racism, discrimination, or other factors like a higher volume of calls. nearly half the san francisco's population is asian and hispanic
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an emergency school call from a shooting that claimed the life of a 6-year-old boy has been released. >> we have an active shooter. we have a child down. >> reporter: the frantic 911 calls after a 14-year-old boy allegedly shot two students and a teacher at a south carolina elementary school. >> please hurry. there's one child shot. 6-year-old jacob hall. >> they are coming as quickly as they can. >> reporter: after first killing his father, the teenager went to the school and fired wildly in the air yelling he hated his life, bullets striking jacob, another student, and a teacher on the play ground. fire fighter jamie tackled the teenage shooterment the fire chief and team at the school desperately tried to save jacob, but the damage was done. he died days later. the community honored him in a
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they want to try him as an adult, but jacob's moment forgave him and her little boy would have done the same. abc news, new york. well, wells fargo has a new leader this morning after the embattled ceo stepped down. john stumpf was under increasing fire over the account scandal. elizabeth warren was demanding he resign. he walks away with a $20 million pension and $100 million in stock. it's a big day for gamers and sony releasing a virtual reality platform that comes out today. sony hopes tens of millions of play station users and competitive price makes it the leader. it runs you $400, and you need to have a play station 4 in order to use it. >> details.
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supporters of an effort to make the south of australia free from porn turned out for a rally there. among those in attendance, 200 civic leaders who made a simple pledge. >> i commit that i won't view porn, and i will help create a city free of porn. >> they say pornography promotes domestic violence and exploits women. the mayor pointed out it was not a ban on porn. 75% of the city's residents are christians, but supporters say religion. beatles fans likely to have a new lego item on the gift list for the holiday season that may take them back to 1969. >> it's a yellow submarine. you know the line, "we all live in a yellow submarine." >> not pitchy at all. >> we nailed it.
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got enough votes to be considered for production. >> more than 550 piece set includes john paul, george, and ringo and will be released on november 1st. does it come with singing lessons? no? >> everybody's happy about it other than yoko. like, why am i not included? coming up, cooking into a new urban phenomena, and why and historically dirtiest waterways in america. we checked out the action here in the east river. battle ground iowa, trump enjoying a lead, but now why the stakes are high for trump in the hawkeye state. first, let's check out today's temperatures. "world news now" weather
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in less than 100 days, that house right there will have a new occupant. as many national and city polls begin to shift in hillary clinton's favor, iowa is one place where donald trump has been enjoying a consistent lead. >> while iowa's republican elected officials stood firmly behind the nominee, the stakes are still very high for trump in the hawkeye state. kevin travers has more. >> reporter: it's a must-win state for donald trump. >> we're going to win iowa. >> reporter: the latest polling here shows trump with a 4 point lead. iowa's demographics seem to favor trump with 92% white, a large rural population, only 24%
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mate, mike pence, on the trail tuesday. >> i choose to stand with donald trump. >> reporter: some republicans are backing away after trump's latest controversies, incoming house speaker paul ryan. voters here told us, they don't care. >> trump and pence don't need them. they don't need thr it's the american people that voting. >> reporter: the bat m for iowa's six electoral votes could be organization. >> hillary clinton is doing a much better job contacting her supporters and mobilizing them, thus, much more likely to vote on election day. donald trump is not putting in that effort right now. >> count on your support? >> reporter: at a phone bank in des moines, they are focused on early voting. >> we are, right now, in a tight race in iowa. >> reporter: it's big here.
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2012 came before election day, and as of last friday, democrats have an edge in the number of early ballots requested. >> are you here to vote? >> reporter: iowa makes it easy to vote early. satellite polling locations like this one on the campus of iowa state university in ames. a steady stream of students making sure they are eligible to vote and casting their ballots. >> we have worked very hard to get students registered ahead of time. >> reporter: hillary clinton does not need iowa to win the white house, but this state is a clear sign of how donald trump's election night is going. if he loses here, diane and kendis, he's likely short in the key battleground states he can't afford to lose, diane, kendis? >> that's why they are hitting up all the battleground states in the next three weeks. thank you. coming up, the growing phenomena of urban angling. >> why they are casting lines in the city's busiest waterways. you're watching "world news now."
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the east river to get a closer look at the fish and fishermen who took up urban angling. >> reporter: it runs through the heart of new york city. bordered by factories and highways, fed by the most polluted creeks in america. a famed final resting place, a punch line for decades. >> the east river? the most contaminated? >> reporter: forget that. we're going fishing on the east river. welcome aboard the capital princess, this is your assistant captain, will, speaking, we're going to catch serious fish. >> reporter: it's the ultimate in urban angling. fishermen casting lines in the shadows of some of new york city's most soaring skyscrapers, some even eating the catch. more on that later. the best way to learn about it is do it, right? my first few minutes on capital
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there was not a lot of instruction. i just got the pole, and i guess, when there's fish, there's fish. you don't wait around, you know? ? ? except for me, everything but the fish were biting. i'm so good at catching whatever we don't want. time to call in the experts. luckily, for me, fellow fishermen had experience up their sleeves to share with me. >> i started fishing at 5 years old. my father took me down and i've been fishing ever since. >> reporter: after one-on-one instruction from the pros. >> he's doing it for me. don't shoot this part. >> reporter: it was time to see if i knew what i was doing. >> reel it in reel it in. >> reporter: how many pounds? >> four pounds. >> four? >> felt like 400. >> reporter: all right, my weight call collations were off, but it was the boost i needed. in fact, i felt like, well --
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>> reporter: and back to reality. it was time to see if this king of the world could fly solo and hook a titanic catch all by myself. >> all right. >> that's a fish! reel it in. reel. reel! don't reel! it's a bass! >> reporter: my catch of the day, a striked bass, was really a catch of the month. or longer. >> this is how we do it on the capital princess. >> yeah! >> hey. >> people spend a half a lifetime and don't do what you did in a matter of moments. >> i can't believe it myself. i think -- i'm learning from the best here.
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who is helping me out and less to do with me. >> well, it's a great crew, and i got to hand it to them. you know, i'm a deck hand. >> here we are, reeling in bass, you know, keepers, not keepers, everything. a little bit of everything. yet, we're 20 minutes from grand central station. >> we are. >> oh! >> reporter: despite the proximity to the traffic and skyscrapers, the water is clean and fish is fresh enough to eat. back on land, our urban anglers can't wait to cook their catches of the day. >> that was a huge bass. >> it was a huge bass. nice job. seriously hoping there's no food that's brought on set rights now. >> you're not going to test? >> i'm not testing that out. >> one of the fisherman on the boat, apparently r he uses his catch frequently to feed some elderly around new york city, people that are less fortunately, and he will cook it up, go to their homes and serve a full meal. >> would you eat anything from the charles river? >> no, i don't think so.
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all right. now to an awkward moment. a big whoops before a high school volleyball game as the recording for the national anthem failed. >> failed. but a brave girl stood up and saved the day. here's david gray. >> reporter: friday night lights, san antonio, texas, the sport? women's volleyball, but when the for the start of the game, no national anthem. the cd player broke. not to worry, turns out the huskies had a ringer on the team. ? so proudly we hail ? ? at the twilight's last gleaming ? >> i've been singing since i could start talking, and i've been in choir since the third grade. >> reporter: senior maria garcia. >> i was not nervous. i felt, like, excited. ? the land of the free ? >> reporter: talk about spiking
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? ? and the home of the brave ? >> they had, like, all smiles on their faces, some teared up, and just that feeling i can give to people, that emotion, that was so exciting. >> reporter: david wright, abc news, new york. >> and now the moment you've been waiting for, kendis is giving us his rendition. >> no, no. we don't want to see that. ? ? >> do it? >> really? we're going to do that? we got to get to the part. ? ? ? never going to dance again ? >> you think that was better, jack?
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this morning on "world news now," donald trump fighting back against new accusers. >> two women claiming to be groped by trump years ago are speaking out in a new report by "the new york times." we'll hear how both the trump and the clinton campaigns are reacting to the new story. i effort to pull a child from rubble interrupted as another air strike hits sending everyone running for cover. just another horrible scene from the region. a recall on air bags that could explode. safety information withheld from studies, and millions of cars contain these air bags. we'll tell you which models. and slow and steady. it is the epic matchup that's the stuff of fables.
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brace yourself for all the high-speed drama. on your marks, get set, it is october 13th, thursday. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> don't want to show the ending to it. >> so much suspense. >> but there's so much sus spence looking at that. >> it reminds me of your sloth, actually. >> that -- that race starts out slow and then peters out. >> that's pretty much it. >> we're going to start, though, against donald trump. women coming forward with stories of unwanted sexual advances from incidents that allegedly happened several years ago. >> donald trump threatening to sue the new york times after recording accounts of two accusers. a 22-year-old receptionist working at trump tower in 2005 when she tells the paper that trump kissed her on the cheek and then directly on the mouth the first time she met her. >> jessica says trump groped her on a flight back in the '80s, and tried to put his hand up her
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the sudden his hands were all over me. he started encroaching on my space, and i hesitate to use the expression, but i'm going to, and this is he was like an octopus. it was like he had six arms. he was all over the place. >> we should point out, both women are hillary clinton supporters, and they never reportedly alleged sexual assaults to authorities, but they say they told friends and family members about it. >> trump, though, is categorically denying the allegations his campaign spokesman released a statement saying in part, quote, this entire article is fiction, and for the new york times to launch a completely false coordinated character assassination on mr. trump on a topic like this is dangerous to
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>> the clinton campaign pouncing on this referring to the behavior as disgusting, and said, quoting here, sadly, fits everything we know about the way donald trump has treated women. >> trump is facing allegations of inappropriate behavior from a former beauty contestant. >> this as he increases his attacks against hillary clinton and his fellow republicans. abc's kenneth molten on the political beat this morning. >> reporter: donald trump in florida, upset he didn't get more gop support after the second debate. >> wouldn't you think that paul ryan would call and say, good going? speaker paul ryan of conspireing against him. >> but there's a whole sinister deal going on. >> reporter: trump spent the rally time hitting hillary clinton. but trump can't dodge his past of hitting on women from his 2005 crude comments to trump once telling how werd stern how he had free reign at his beauty pageants. >> i go backstage before a show, and everyone's getting dressed and ready, and i'm allowed to go in. >> reporter: a former miss arizona who is a conservative went public with kcbs in los angeles.
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was at the dress rehearsal half naked changing into our bikinis. >> reporter: the trump campaign says the accusations have no merit. >> you know, it's not only women he's disrespected, he's insulted practically everybody. >> reporter: hillary clinton dealing with the wikileak e-mails and the information was already available to the public. with stops in colorado and nevada wednesday, clinton is trying to capitalize on gop divisions. >> the last thing we need in our country are more bullies. we should be drawing people towards us. >> reporter: clinton is putting pressure on republican candidates to clarify their stance. ey are either with donald trump or against him. as for the latest e-mail hack involving wikileaks, her campaign says the fbi's investigating. diane, kendis? >> kenneth, thank you. and we heard a lot about the
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season, and now we have an example of just how much it might impact this election from our partners over at 538. the site compiled data from several national polls finding out if only men were voting, donald trump would win with the electoral college with 50 for donald trump and 88 for clinton. the landslide is larger in reverse if only women voted. the map almost all blue giving clinton 458 electoral votes for trump's 80. breaking news overnight. the u.s. military fired on rebel sites in yemen in retaliation for attempted attacks on american warships in that region. the pentagon confirms cruise missiles were launched early this morning, targeting three radar sites controlled by yemeni rebels along the red sea coast. they believe all targets were destroyed and adds they will continue to respond to future threats on military as well as commercial ships in the red sea and elsewhere in the world. iraqi forces gearing up to
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has been controlled by isis for more than two jeers now. artillery and armored vehiclers have been arriving as cheering onlookers lined the roads, but the operation is complicated by new demands from neighboring turkey which is insisting on playing a key role in the offensive. baghdad objects saying its forces should be in the forefront. we're seeing dramatic video showing the moment of a air strike on a syrian city of aleppo killing at least 15 people and leveling several buildings. part of the biggest market district in the eastern part of the city. that area has been the target of a russian backed syria offensive since the collapse of a cease fire last month. back to this country with the latest on the deadly plane crash in connecticut. officials now confirm that the flight instructor and his student fought inside the cockpit and that the instructor was unable to regain control before the crash. now the crash does appear to have been a suicide attempt by the student and terrorism ruled
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who has more on the investigation. >> reporter: investigators taking pictures and gathering evidence at the scene of the fiery plane crash now confirming this was no accident. >> information indicates the plane crash was intentional, but i want to be crystal clear, the circumstances beyond that are still being investigated. >> reporter: the plane had taken off from a airport in hartford, connecticut, when just before 4:00 p.m. tuesday afternoon, plunging into a busy street and taking down utility poles and power lines. >> three poles, when it hit the last one, just boom. >> power went out at work and everyone ran outside. >> everyone on the ground, the plane merely missing a van carrying a mother and children. >> sidewalks were full, businesses were full, and heavy amount of traffic. the fact that there were not more casualties as a result of the incident is amazing. >> reporter: as for the two men
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28-year-old student abc news learning he died in the crash. a jordanian national attending a flight school nearby. officials are searching his connecticut apartment and questioning roommates, but so far, no official word on a motive. police will only say they are not ruling anything out. kendis, diane? >> elizabeth, thank you. now to the weather. hurricane nicole set to hit bermuda today. this is what the storm looks space station. it's now a category 4 hurricane with sustained winds of 130 miles per hour. airlines have cancelled flights to bermuda and cruise ship visits are being delayed. schools and businesses closed until nicole passes. and as flooding in north carolina shows no signs of easing, officials there ordered thousands more residents to evacuate their homes. the movement of the flood waters is called a slow motion disaster. some communities in the eastern part of north carolina are in danger of being cut off as more bridges in the area close.
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aren't expected to crest until tomorrow or saturday and the death toll from matthew is already at least 38 people. breaking news from boston where two police officers were shot, one critically responding to a report of a person with a gun last night. in east boston when they came under fire. it appears a domestic dispute led to the call. one suspect shot dead at the scene and another in custody. murder charges have been filed against a man prosecutors say killed two palm springs police officers. john felix is an ex-con and known gang member and expected to be arraigned today. authorities say felix specifically targeted the officers for death. >> this individual wanted to kill police officers. he armed himself with a weapon to kill police officers. he put on a vest so that he would be protected so he could kill police officers. >> prosecutors say they will decide in the coming weeks whether he'll face the death penalty if convicted. a public funeral for the
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independent autopsy conducted for the family of a black man shot and killed by a charlotte police officer shows he suffered fatal gunshot wounds to the back and stomach. the shooting of keith scott touched off days of violent protests in charlotte. scott's family members says they were forced to have an independent autopsy because medical examiner refuses to release any information. the embattled ceo of wells fargo stepped down. john stumpf was under fire abo senator elizabeth warren was among lawmakers who demanded he resign. warren tweeted he should still face a department of justice investigation. stumpfwalks away with 20 millionpension and more than $100 million in stock. so we rarely have the time to show you an event, an entire race from beginning to end, but
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voila. >> the epic battle of the tortoise and the hare. and they are off. >> the hare with the early lead, but the tortoise -- extra confident with a break, just the same as the story goes. >> the hare was in serious smack talking. the hare cracking under the pressure. >> but is he hustling, folks? just hustling. is he going to take the lead? the tortoise and the hare, coming to life again. and crossing the tortoise! and the tortoise, oh, wins. >> oh, the humanity. all the bookies just tossing up their papers, just, no, no, no, no, we had the hare. oh! we need a rematch. >> frank was disappointed, by the way. >> frank, your rabbit. >> he did not like the results of that competition at all. he's challenging the tortoise to a rematch.
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the national highway traffic safety administration accuses tennessee air bag parts maker of stone walling its investigation into a fatal crash this past summer. the agency is looking into several incidents of exploding air gs that killed a woman in canada. the manufacturer of the air bags is ark, automotive based in knoxville. the investigation is focused on the inflaters similar to those involved in the tacata recall in 2014. >> what's similar between them is using the same type of propellant and overpressurized
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injuries and fatalities. >> the air bags under investigation believe to be in older gm, hyundai, fiat and more but officials tell abc news they don't know exactly which models are affected. another major recall involving samsung galaxy note 7 smart phones. >> owners of the original and replacement phones are told not just to unplug and power down, but return phones after packing them into special firep here is abc's linsey davis. >> reporter: samsung sends customers these prepaid fire resistant return kits. this man posted a video of his online. inside? thermally insulated packaging and protective gloves. on the outside of the box, a warning. >> forbidden for transport by aircraft. >> reporter: meant for ground transport only. >> put this inside the shield. >> reporter: because the phones are now considered fire hazards,
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and this video shows why. watch as this woman in hawaii walks into a room with a galaxy note 7 with billowing smoke. seconds later, she faints. they are receiving 2 million phones worldwide, but concerns is those who do not return them and take them with them in cars, trains, and planes. linsey davis, abc news, new york. coming up in our next half hour, a tim tebow in his own words replaying the moment he helped a fan who fell over right in but first, could the air you breathe be slowly killing your skin? the new warning for people who live in cities and other polluted areas. you're watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our
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? props to the producers for this choice of a song because here's the story. if you're a city dweller, you'll be shocked what's under your skin. >> nearly half of americans live in cities with unhealthy levels of pollution that dry and dull and even prematurely age your skin. >> good news is there are easy steps to take to combat all that. here is >> move to the country. >> reporter: we all know sun is the main cause of skin damage, but now some experts say your skin may have a new enemy. pollution. data over the last few years finds pollution from car exhaust and emissions, tiny particles 20 times smaller than skin pores causes inflammation and irritation and could accelerate signs of ageing like wrinkles and brown spots. >> a lot of the matter in the
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by a cosmetics company compared two groups of women and found those living in the city had a 20% increase in hyperpigmentation and wrinkles than those living in the country. 23-year-old chelsea biles has been living in new york most of her life. >> i get home, and my skin feels greasy and heavy, just, like, it's been layer on, every layer that i could add to it, just on my skin a >> that must feel disgusting? >> it feels awful. >> reporter: so what can you do? some experts suggest washing your skin thoroughly at night to get rid of pollutants stuck to moisturizer and makeup. looking with products for topical antioxidants and use a pore cleansing mask weekly. >> it's a more and more polluted world, and rid yourselves of all of it is so important. >> reporter: mara schiavocampo, nabs news, new york. >> good tips. >> living in manhattan, we're in
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ditch the misery. let's end this. okay, mix here on a thursday morning, and we'll start with the most famous address in the entire country, 1600 pennsylvania, beautiful houses, you know there, recently on zillow, priced out at $300 million, but say you wanted a house that looked just like that? apparently, there's two of them right there in the neighbor. this is in mcclain, virginia. >> oh, wow. >> replica of the white house, and both are on sale right now, two white house style mansions. on sale. one for about $2 million, and the other for about $4 million. one is a true man style. one of them is a balcony there, built in 1995 by a vietnamese engineer, three stories, six bedroom, three car garage. >> not bad.
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surprising enough, and let alone they are both on the market at the same time. >> within two miles of each other. if you don't get to real 1600 pennsylvania avenue, mr. trump or ms. clinton, there's a place in mcclain. in case you heard the last of ken bone, ladies and gentlemen, think again. remember this scene in "space balls"? merchandising, merchandising. well, ken bone's in on the action. >> oh. >> ken bone now has his own t-shirts. they are already on sale. while we may never know who he supports in november, he uses the fame to encourage followers to vote. >> i'm embarrassed to say i ordered mine. >> i was going to order you one and thought to wait if you have. >> and i did. >> he did. >> i hope it gets here before the 15 minutes is up, but i think i'm screwed on that front.
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there's also a ken bone costume, just because we like to say the name. ken bone. >> not quite the kind of costume you're thinking of. >> it's a sexy ken bone costume. the ladies can get in on the act. it's a crop top, and black zipper closure, and the must-have mustache, and black glasses and micr your own. >> wasn't he in khakis? i don't know. >> details. >> seems like a slacker uniform to me. should at least be a knitted cardigan style crop top. >> true. now. now to the laziest pumpkin carver, perhaps in the worm. while everyone showcases their elaborate art skills, this woman put out a little small face pumpkin, two eyes and a mouth.
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diminish tonight the temperatures drop. freeze warnings and frost advisories have been posted for the entire tv 9 viewing area. the key factor will be the wind. at this time of the year even a wind near or above 5 mph can prevent a freeze with most frost in low lying areas. regardless if you have plants that you still want to keep growing, make sure you cover them up tonight. a quick recovery into the 70s is seen for the upcoming weekend. have a great night! tonight: clear. areas of frost likely. wind: nw 5-10.
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sunny and a m. making news in america this morning, a slew of allegations made against donald trump. several women are now coming forward accusing trump of groping and unwanted sexual advances. this morning how his campaign is responding. breaking overnight, the u.s. navy retaliates after missiles target american ships. we have new video just in. police officers shot in boston. the suspect armed with an assault rifle and wearing a bulletproof vest. details from investigators just in. plus, hurricane nicole strengthens as it heads right for bermuda. its new track and what it looks like from space coming up. a good thursday morning. we begin with donald trump accused of groping one woman and

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