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this morning on "world news now" two weeks away, election day, drawing near, with many ballot boxes all over the country already open. and as donald trump rails against the media last night, he launched his own newscast. details ahead. breaking overnight, a father jumps to his death while h on to his two sons. the children survived. hear how the police tracked them down. new this half hour, extreme weather hitting parts of asia. >> flash floods turn streets into rivers there washing cars away as reds dents try to make it to higher ground. a special presidential edition of jimmy kimmel's mean tweets. president obama dissed about everything from his looks and dancing skills, but wait until
tuesday, october 25th. from abc news, this is "world news now." good morning, everyone. we're going to start this half hour with the latest attacks as well as allegations in the race for the white house with the election day exactly two weeks from today. hillary clinton had one of the heaviest hitters singing her praises last night, and president obama made a pitch for clinton and making fun of donald trump on "jimmy kimmel live." >> when you watch the debate and watch donald trump, do you ever laugh? do you ever actually laugh? >> most of the time. >> the president urged everyone to vote and said we have a responsibility, and we can't sit back and complain. >> donald trump is not sitting back either, taking aim as the polls trailing hillary clinton by five points, dismissing them as phony and rig and insisting he's winning. >> trump launched a show on
the host said they were simply by passing the media to take trump's message directly to the american people. >> that followed an appearance on the campaign trail by a critic, elizabeth warren. it's your voice, your vote. here's more. >> reporter: hillary clinton in new hampshire with the one woman who gets under donald trump's skin even more than she does, elizabeth warren, going right to this moment in the last debate. >> suca >> get this, donald, nasty women are tough. on november 8th, we nasty women are going to march our nasty feet to cast our nasty votes to get you out of our lives forever. >> reporter: the massachusetts senator relishing the role of chief attack doll dog. >> he thinks because he has a
force himself on any woman within groping distance. i have news for you, donald trump, women have had it with guys like you. >> reporter: clinton herself says she'll no longer answer trump's attacks. >> i debated him for four and a half hours, i don't even think about responding to him anymore. >> reporter: with days to go, confident. in new hampshire, clinton standing alongside senate candidate, maggie, going after her rival, republican senator who called trump a role model for children. she took it back, but clinton says maggie is different. >> unlike her opponent, she's never been afraid to stand up to donald trump. >> reporter: the clinton campaign celebrating polls showing her with a lead. the race is tighter in north carolina, and the the campaign
from the first lady as she campaigns with hillary clinton for the very first time right there by her side. that happens on thursday. abc news, new york. moving on now to potentially bad news for the democratic nominee. just days before the presidential election, the obama administration confirms obamacare premiums go up sharply next year by an average 25% for some plans, and consumers will only be able to choose plans from a single company. the administration pointed out that most consumers would still be able to find plans for less than $100 a month, but donald trump last night declared it's over for obamacare. police in oklahoma now say a murder suspect on the run has some kind of disease he may attempt to spread. michael vance is wanted for killing his aunt and uncle and shooting police officers with an ak-47 and live streamed his get
>> it's going to be intense. >> officials tell abc news his medical condition is believed a communicable disease and urge caution to anyone in contact with him. two new jersey boys in serious condition after their father jumped after an overpass into a wooded area with his boys. the father died at the scene. the police responded to a call from the mother of the children sayi officers tracked them down using the gps signal from his phone. black community leaders in mississippi demand action against as many as four white high school students for alleged involvement in a racial incident. the parents of an unname black teen say those students put a noose around their son's neck, and they say they pulled on a tightly. the alleged incident happened at stone high school in the city of
down the hall or in the locker room and be accosted with a noose around their neck. this is 2016 not 1916. well, he's urging federal authorities to investigate the accident as a hate crime. local officials say they are still looking into the whole matter, and that's why no disciplinary action have been taken as of yet. meanwhile, the wife of spokesman is suing the chain. claiming subway failed to take proper action against jared after receiving reports indicating his sexual interest in children. he's serving a prison sentence after pleading guilty to child porn charges. she's seeking unspecified damages. subway, however, is not commenting about the lawsuit. extreme weather this morning, parts of indonesia hit hard by extensive flooding. video shows cars dragged along,
java, and homes damaged when the nearby river overflowed. the flood waters now receded. a well-placed traffic highway camera in switzerland caught a scene. >> that car rolling across the roadway, there's no one in it, the guy chasing the car is supposed to be driving it, but he forgot to apply the parking brake. >> woah. plenty of traffic coming up behind him as you can see, but it makes no difference to the driver. he still chased the car until the car stops after hitting a damage. the driver was not injured. that was really close. >> talk about lucky. the amount of times someone else could have gotten hurt, he could have gotten killed, the car could have been damaged. >> yeah. >> my brother-in-law did that once, by the way. >> what? >> parked the car, forgot to put the parking brake on, parked where he was not supposed to, and the waiter at the diner ran at us said your car is in jericho turnpike, a busy road, that you don't want your brand
but car completely unhurt, no one hurt, car fine, and we got a good laugh. he still has to hear that story. >> and you relive it for him on tv. coming up, what's shaping up to be the most expensive world series ever. prices for tonight's tickets are $700 a seat, and wait until you hear how much seats are going for game three. >> wow. end of the era for a couple on era night on "dancing with the stars," who got the boot? that's ahead in the skinny, but first, let's take a look at what or not. "world news now" weather brought to you by united health care. care. approaching medicare eligibility? don't put off checking out your medicare options until 65. now is a good time to get the ball rolling. medicare only covers about eighty percent of part b medical costs.
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fly to the wall, comes back, fly to the wall, comes back, he has it, and the runners, tag men on first and third, one out. >> have you heard that donald trump is the republican candidate for president? >> what the -- are you trying to kill me again? [ laughter ] >> that is will kim live. >> the 216 against the 312, the inians versus the cubs trying to put decades of pain behind as they open the world series. abc spoke with some of the players. >> reporter: for these two teams to celebrate in october, you'd think a higher power got involved. what do you think the baseball gods are saying about the matchup, the two mscarred
>> probably really happy right now. >> last time you were in the world series was 1945, who was the president, truman orri eisenhower? >> truman. >> credit cards around? >> no. >> color television? >> no. >> you are three for three. after all the years of misery and curses involving billy goats and foul balls -- >> do you believe in curses? do you believe in the goat? do you believe in steve? do you believe that the cubs are cursed? >> i don't -- no. i do i don't believe in that stuff. i like scary movies, though. >> reporter: still, some guys dons leave anything to chance. >> certain people, you want to wear the same underwear. you don't want to change your underwear out. i mean, you wash it. >> reporter: let's hope so. abc news, cleveland. you got to feel a little bit bad for cleveland in this scenario, don't you? >> because they waited so long to get to the world series again. >> you expect the whole country to be rallying around you, and then you have to face off against the one underdog worse than you.
>> or better than you. >> it comes a year after lebron and the cavaliers win a championship, bring a championship back to your city, and -- >> you think the momentum is with us. like when the red sox won, then the patriots won, and the city came forward. well, maybe cleveland will pull it out. we'll see. >> yep. the series is shaping up to be the most expensive to attend in the history of major league baseball. cleveland that has not been in the series in 19 years, and a ticket there tonight starts at more than $700. >> that's surprising it's that low. that's the dance in 71 years, so understandably, prices for game three in chicago start at? $1900. and average about four times as much as ones in cleveland, and those prices are likely to rise even more before friday's first game in chicago. >> and that's not even counting how much they have to spend and go through to get back and forth to the game, which is going to be its own ordeal. >> good thing is, take the train there in chicago to get to it, but one thing about wrigley
rooftops set up so you have, like, a grand stand on top of the rooftops so you could get a relatively cheap seat there. >> everyone is now listing their apartments, getting out of here. >> yep. when we come back, a special presidential edition of mean tweets on jimmy kimmel. >> which couple was booted from "dancing with the stars"? the skinny's next.
? ? the skinny has been quite political lately, but one more time. >> we're almost this. >> we're almost at election day. starting with a special presidential edition of mean tweets last night on jimmy kimmel. >> president obama dropped in on kimmel talking everything, and night's mean tweets. >> barack obama dances like how his jeans look. you know, this jeans thing, this is so old. years ago. come on. my mom bought new conditioner, and it sucks. it's not even conditioning my hair. i blame obama. barack obama, bro, do you even
well, i lifted the ban on cuban cigars, that's worth something. >> and then there was this moment. >> president obama will go down as, perhaps, the worst president in the history of the united states! @realdonaldtrump. at least i'll go down as a president. >> big fan of the drop the mic >> yes. the president also said he's a bit rough on his guests during the commercial breaks. he was having a lot of fun with it. >> it does seem like it, yeah. they go on these things as part of a campaign trip, but sometimes it seems like they have maybe too much fun, like, they just play the jokes back and forth, the stories come out,
on trump somehow there. >> speaking of dancing, by the way -- >> yeah. >> big night in the ballroom. it was era night on "dancing with the stars." >> last night's standout couple had the 1940s jitterbug. they might be the dark horse after all in this. >> maybe. >> embracing the world war ii era earning them 36 out of 40. last week, one of the judges said he's the best male dancer competitor they've ever had. >> he's been fantastic, and it just -- it' expect. you know. >> no. >> you see hernandez dance, and you expect her to be good because she's a gymnast. he's a driver. you don't expect that at all. it's been a nice surprise. >> yeah. >> and the runner-up for best of the night? calvin and lindsey with the 1950s jive energetic and tricky too earning a 36. >> one of the things that they pointed out with calvin is it's been years or been weeks since he's been there, and he'd not
improved immensely over the last few weeks. >> it was nice to have lynn back, wasn't it? >> it was. >> when lynn pays people a compliment, they value it so much because it's so hard to come by. >> because he's so mean. exactly. most disappointing, mary lou and derek with the charleston that hardly looked or sounded like the charleston with both of them out of sync scoring 29. >> what some called the worst dance of the night, a lazy and uninspired 1990s rumba scoring a 28 for ryan and sheryl. >> they were not last, but close. a 28, and at least some props were their fiercely demanding song, "you give love a bad name", but it was not enough to avoid elimination. >> well, i'm so proud that i lasted this long. i really didn't think it was possible.
>> yeah. they all say that on the way out. >> next to hollywood a-lister doing a good deed for man's best friend. >> orlando bloom in china while filming a movie rescued an injured dog he found abandon octoon the streets of shanghai. >> took the pooch to the vet and helped with shaving and bathing the little guy, and, of course, cumenting it all on snapchat. >> once the cleanup was done, the little dog got much needed rest. >> that's cute. at home, shaq may have launched a new career. is know the part owner of a krispy kreme in downtown atlanta. he tweeted the news saying your favorite donut got hotter, baby. >> the man known as big daddy may be known as the big donut? maybe? >> i guess. i don't know. they announced shaq is the brand's new global spokesman. >> all right. >> i think it's a plot so he can eat as much as he wants.
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than life, pete burns, dead or alive, died suddenly at the age of 57. here's abc's nick watt. >> reporter: 1985 "dead or alive," pete burns is everywhere. and the generation of kids realizes it's okay to be different. burns died sunday. he was 57 years old. along with the likes of boy george, they blurred gender lines greatly expanding the definition of cool forever. ? do you really want to make me cry ? >> reporter: the culture tweeting, one of our great es centrics and a great part of my life. burns was known for his appearances on reality shows like britain's big brother. >> how old were you when you did it? was it recent? >> reporter: and he became
face. you were a beautiful man, why change? >> i see myself as my own clay. i was remodelling it. >> reporter: i interviewed him about his plastic surgery obsession. >> what are you underneath? >> i'm not going to tell anybody that, but what you see on the outside is a complete contradiction to what's on the inside. we're all changing something. you're not stark naked, and i'm not untouched by the syringe. >> the procedure on the lip in >> i'm clever in what i use now. i get bored and need a change. >> reporter: burns died, according to his manager, of a massive cardiac arrest. i'm nick watt for nightline, los angeles. >> what a transformation. >> yeah. so pete burns was 57 years old at the time of his death. >> apparently, married until 2006, and michael simpson after that.
making news in america this morning, two weeks left in the election and polls have hillary clinton pulling away. this is donald trump claiming the media for his slumping numbers and launches his own show on facebook. plus, president obama talked about the candidates on "jimmy kimmel live" and reads mean tweets. a deadly park. a malfunctioning ride ejecting the passengers. new details just coming in. an empty vehicle moves down the highway with someone in hot pursuit. so why is he chasing that car? and game one, the field is painted, the players and fans are ready. historians are waiting. the world series gets under way