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police in south florida are looking for a gas station robber who made off with cash and disposable cigarette lighters, seen here on surveillance video. pulling a gun on a clerk who gave him the cash from two registers. the suspect then grabbed a handful of lighters. the producer's guild of america has taken the unprecedented step of banning the disgraced hollywood mogul from the gild for life.
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in a statement, the gild said the board of directors voted unanimously for the ban. and kevin recognized as the founder's award. >> reporter: netflix and "house of cards" say they are deeply troubled by accusations against actor kevin spacey. anthony rapp said the actor made a sexual advance to him when he was just 14. rapp says spacey then 26 invited him to a party one night when they were both working on broadway. when everyone left, rapp said spacey put him on a bed and pressed up against him. he says he does not remember the encounter, adding, i owe him the
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sincerest apology for what would have been deeply inappropriate drunken behavior. he then turned to the subject of his sexuality. i have loved and had romantic encounters with men throughout my life and i choose now to live as a gay man. the "house of cards" star is under fire, critics say he was trying to shift the focus from the alleged abuse of a child. actor zachary quinto called it a calculated manipulation to deflect attention from the very serious acusix that he attempted to molest. and median wand da sikes tweeted, no, no, no, you do not get to choose to hide under the rainbow. studio executives say they plan to meet with the rest of the cast and crew to make sure they feel safe and supported. linsey davis, abc news, new york. >> so season six apparently will be it for "house of cards." when we come back, it was a spooktacular night on "dancing with the stars." >> we'll have the frightening results coming up on "the
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halloween candy's actually a sore subject for me.
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halloween candy's actually a sore subject for me. they call it fun size. but look at this. when you're my size, this isn't fun. this is bull [ bleep ] ♪ skinny ♪ ♪ so skinny >> shaquille o'neil, not just good at basketball but guest hosting on the jimmy kimmel show so far, hit it out of the park. >> yeah, kimmel has an all-star lineup for the rest of the week, by the way. >> we have a spooky you now. we are heading to the ballroom where some celebs got the treat, some got tricked. yeah, halloween night on "dancing with the stars" did not disappoint. >> there were a couple of perfect scores last night, starting with jordan, you know, that skid from "hamilton" and
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his partner. is this david -- >> do, do, do, do. >> it's so weird to listen to it sober. that's the problem. that's why i didn't know who it was. so they had a pretty good time there, doing a little red riding hood themed paso doble. and even though there was a set snafu when lindsey's door went open, what do you mean the door wouldn't open? >> there was a problem with the set? >> there was a problem with the set. but they didn't miss a beat. so they handled really well. and the judges gave them credit for that. here's the shocker. frankie muniz and whitney. >> yeah. >> they did this creatively creepy contemporary dance. the judges loved it. malcolm in the middle is n a the top. >> wow. >> we're going to have to change the name of his old show. of course the night wasn't all sweet. it was time for the elimination. bottom couples were nikki and
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artem and vanessa, whose husband went home last week and max. and in a horrifying twist of surprising double elimination sent both couples gone. >> you're both going home. >> oh, that was just mean. talk about a trick instead of a treat. >> that was not very nice. >> yeah, well, all four of them will be on "good morning, america" later today. that's the good news at least. >> that's a consolation prize? >> at least for vanessa. nick is home, too. now they get to go back to hanging out. >> that's true, nick is on tour with his boys. some celebrities are making money well after their passing. we'll look at some of the top-earning stars who have already passed away. at number three, charles schulz. $38 million. the cartoonist best money for the comic strip "peanuts" isn't making peanuts. he's making quite a bit. >> coming in second, golfer arnold palmer with $40 million,
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seven major championships in his six-deck krad career, and was dubbed the king of the course. there's a drink named after him. i know him. >> another king took the top spot. ♪ thriller >> talking about michael jackson, earning $75 million, his estate at least. the thriller is the best-selling album of all time, with 65 million copies worldwide. >> all right. heidi klum is known for her over the top halloween costumes, and she teased fans on instagram with what's coming up this year. >> yeah, since we have to wait on later tonight to find out. we thought we would look back at some of her costumes, the best ones. here she is in 2008 as a hindu goddess. >> she dressed as a cadaver in 2011, even rolling in on an autopsy table and was unrecognizable in 2015 as jessica rabbit.
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ah! ah! >> a look at our very own scare cam set up inside the recording booths here. >> oh, we got some of them. >> speaking of scary. >> i can't breathe. >> you need to have your mask on. >> who are you, like future? >> i'm really enjoying these costumes right now, i do have to say. so let's talk some horror movies, because that's what you reminded me of just now. horror movies have been making a killing at the box office. that's "jigsaw", beating out the competition this past weekend in its opening. and the reboot of steven
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king's "it," another sensation, becoming the fourth biggest r-rated movie ever. >> and in it comes to the top horror movies of all time, rotten tomatoes ranks a movie from this year above all the rest. >> let's work backwards, number three, the master of suspense, alfred hitchcock, freaking out moviegoers when it first came out in 1960 with a story about norman bates and the family business. >> number two, "the cabinet of dr. caligary"? >> what? >> an influential silent film that many argue was the first horror movie. >> huh? who made this? >> so, who's number one? greatest horror movie of all time? >> my favorite, "boo 2." madea halloween? >> that is not the top of the list. that is not the top of the list. let's take a look. >> sink into the floor. >> wait, wait, wait.
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>> sink. >> not the sunken place. "get out" has taken the top spot, actually. >> ooh, you like that one. >> the story about a boyfriend's increasingly disturbing discoveries when the interracial couple heads to her parents' home for an introduction. >> today it's grossed over $253 million worldwide and only cost $4.5 million to make. critics loved it. get out earned lots of reviews like this one, saying "get out" is the sharpest, most thoughtful and against all odds funniest horror film that hollywood has turned out. >> and peter travers called it a jolt a minute horror show laced with racial tension and stinging satirical wit. >> and another says a scott a minute horror show. >> you think the reason they loved it so much was your getup? >> it's way too early to see this outfit. it's only tuesday. >> happy halloween.
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good morning, i'm kendis gibson. >> i'm diane macedo. here's some of the top stories we're following this morning on "world news now." president trump is said to be fuming following the bombshell indictments of three former campaign advisers. ex-campaign chair paul manafort has pleaded not guilty, but another has cut a deal after initially lying about his contacts with russia. we have much more straight ahead. officials from facebook, twitter and google are testifying to congress today about russian-linked content. during last year's election. an expert is expected to say that it may have reached 126 million people. president trump is expected to announce on thursday that his choice for federal reserve chairman is jerome powell. the republican member has.
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and the houston astros hoping to clench their first-ever world series tonight. if l.a. wins this evening, the series will be decided tomorrow in a winner take all game seven. those are some of our top stories on this halloween. it is tuesday, october 31st. this may be the first time i'm rooting for the dodgers, because i want it to keep going. >> i'm rooting for the dodgers because they're good people. >> spoken by a former californian resident. >> no, it will be good, it's been a great series. let's start with all the goings on in washington, d.c. the president looking to distance himself from former policy advisers. >> the president is reportedly seething after the special
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counsel announced charges against ex-campaign chair paul manafort and another associate but a plea deal with a foreign policy adviser may be the most damaging of all. abc's lana zak has the latest. >> reporter: paul manafort was once charged with overseeing the trump campaign, but now he's charged with 12 counts from a grand jury indictment. manafort and his former deputy of the trump
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spacex is at it again with a new launch, but the recovery of part of this rocket is not exactly routine. it made a pinpoint landing on a
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platform off the florida coast, but with flames shooting out. an official described it as a little toasty but still in tact. it's the 16th launch this year, more than twice last year's total. >> makes it seem like that's not routine. a little hiccup landing back on to a platform in the middle of the ocean. >> really remarkable. >> yeah. here on the ground we're getting a closer look at school bus safety. >> safety experts have long pointed out that tall seats protect children in front and rear collisions, but in side-impact collisions it's a different story. abc's david kerley takes a look. >> reporter: the side of the school bus slammed by a semi truck. a test dummy flying out the window. the first public school bus side impact demonstration to see what happens when six dummies have seat belts and four don't. while school buses with their high-backed, padded seats are designed to contain children in a front or rear impact
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collision, a rollover or side impact like the one we watched can send children flying. 22 cameras capturing this crash that we watched, conducted by emmy, one of the largest providers of school bus seat belts, demonstrating its new school bus seat which hits the market early next year. >> there's been a lot of testing put into these seats. >> reporter: he says the biggest safety feature, the three-point seat belts. after the knoxville crash when another bus t-boned them, killing three. and in chattanooga, tennessee, which killed six children, many experts called for seat belts. the national transportation safety board investigated both crashes and said buses are still safer than students riding in cars. >> we talk about these very severe yet rare crashes, if there could be seat belts on the school buses, then obviously that would improve the protection for those students. >> reporter: but there is no federal requirement.
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and only six states mandate seat belts on all school buses. several more states are considering passing laws. nhtsa, the transportation agency which sets regulations declined an interview. and says while not requiring belts, it is working with local jurisdictions to advise on seat belt cost, and on ways to ensure that after they're installed they're used properly. david kerley, abc news, washington. coming up, we're going behind the scenes at "wheel of fortune", with vanna white. >> i'm practicing. we're going to find out how it's really done on "world news now." it's really done on "world news now." mom i dropped my ball. got it. ewwww oh eat it! lysol kills 99.9% of bacteria on soft and hard surfaces.
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♪ so, we have welcomed her ♪ so, we have welcomed her into our homes for more than 35 years. now we're going into hers. >> fascinating, vanna white talks to our own nick watt. >> now we will officially welcome her. please do that for vanna white, vanna. >> reporter: a pirouette in purple december 13th, 1982 and an epock dawn in television history. >> congratulations and welcome. >> thank you, i am very excited and happy to be part of "wheel of fortune." >> wheel -- of -- fortune. >> never the same one twice. >> reporter: and vanna white, now 60 years old, still here, still lovin' it. >> i get all dressed up like a barbie doll. i go out, give someone else's money away, make them happy and
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we all go home. >> thanks for coming. >> reporter: we are behind the scenes. >> somewhere along the line we became more than a popular show we became part of the popular culture. >> reporter: vanna white once an aspiring model from myrtle beach, south carolina has carried the olympic torch, appeared on the cover of "newsweek" and "playboy." >> will i became famous, hugh hefner decided to put me on the cover. i said hef, if you put these pictures on the cover it could ruin my career. >> reporter: the merriam webster dictionary is considering "to vanna white." >> to vanna white means to present. for most frequent clapper.
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they say i have clapped more than 3.9 million times. >> reporter: "wheel" is right now celebrating its 36th season on our tv screens. simple, massively successful. they shoot six shows a day, four days a month. >> ooh. nice. >> i have to take two goes on that. >> reporter: not quite as easy as it looks. >> ow! >> you see? >> i caught my finger in the thingy. >> reporter: you've also done very well out of the show, earned a lot of money. >> yes, i have. i'm a businesswoman. you know, i have other investments, too. real estate. i used to, a long time ago i would like buy a house and flip it, but now everybody does that, so i don't do that anymore. because there's no houses out there to buy. >> reporter: for someone who's been on tv for so long, vanna white's quite a private person. this is rare.
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access to casa vanna. >> i'm shy. i'm shy. i'm not outgoing. >> reporter: really? >> i'm a homebody, i like staying home. >> reporter: you're on tv. >> i am on tv, but you know what's interesting, how much do i talk on tv? this is my closet. >> reporter: here we go, walk-in closet. oh, hello. here you go. >> purses. >> reporter: do you know she's big on crochet? >> so many people having babies. i do that on airplanes. >> reporter: if you say to vanna, what do you do for a living? she will say i'm a facilitator. she says i touch letters and they sign up. >> reporter: and she's signed up for at least three more years. i'm nick watt, los angeles. >> wow. so she's going to be at it for quite a while. >> not a bad gig. >> more than 35 years. i want that gig. easy gig. coming up, the real
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celebrity whose mask was used in hollywood movies. >> scary charades next on "world news now". >> happy halloween, everybody. ♪ i had this chest cold, but my medicine kept wearing off. (coughah! i missed you! then i discovered mucinex. one pill lasts 12 hours,and i'm good. why take 4-hour medicine? one mucinex lasts 12 hours. let's end this. your toilet is germ-ridden with mineral buildup. clorox toilet bowl cleaner with bleach is no match against limescale. but lysol power toilet bowl cleaner has 10x more cleaning power against limescale.
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time. but we have a special charades edition of "insomniac theater" this morning, where we will be acting out some of the scariest movies of all time. >> yeah, we've got a stack of cards here with the names of movies on them. and we have to take turns acting out the movie so the other person can guess. maybe we'll win, maybe we won't. let's do this. >> do i go with this one? okay. turn them over. all right, turn them over. >> oh, baaa, baaa. >> bah bah black sheep? >> oh, silence of the lambs. silence of the lambs. >> my turn. >> you're listening to the music. >> halloween? >> no, you're not. friday the 13th.
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twilight zone? psycho, psycho? "friday the 13th." oh. >> texas chain saw massacre. >> you said stop. i'm going to count that. ready? >> crying. sadness. tears. >> yep, yep. i have blood all over me. >> covered in blood. crying. tears of blood. >> next. "carrie." >> here. >> all righty. the ring! yes, yes. all right. >> ready? >> next. oh, we're on live, by the way, on the live stream. uh, uh, oh, dear, i have no idea. >> what? >> did you notice? >> bambi? how is that a horror flick?
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this morning on "world news now," the first criminal charges in the russia investigation. >> two former members of the trump campaign are under house arrest, facing a 12-count indictment, including charges of conspiracy against the u.s. and money laundering. we have new reaction from the white house this morning as reports surfaced that the president is fuming. and social media giants are gearing up to testify before congress. among them, facebook set to reveal that russia-linked content may have reached as many as 126 million americans during the campaign. and a boat goes under throwing him into the water and an unlikely rescuer who jumped into action. and it's the great candy debate. before you reluctantly hand out your stash tonight to treat-or-treats, we'll show you
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which candies they're most likely to go for and which will land you extra bathroom supplies on your home. it is october 31st, it is halloween. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> happy halloween, everybody. >> if you have all the best candy, the trick or treaters will take it all and i won't have any left over for me. >> don't you keep your own personal stash that you keep away from your significant other and say all right, here are the ones for the kids and here are the ones that are just for me. >> you get the raisins. >> exactly. >> i get the m&ms. >> this is why the kids never go to my house. >> we'll strategize a little later on this. we will start the half hour off with the dramatic new turn in the russia investigation. formal charges have now been filed against three former advisers of the trump campaign. >> including ex-campaign chairman paul manafort who is now under house arrest, after pleading not guilty to a 12
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count indictment. then rick gates, you see him there facing the same charges once served as the deputy campaign manager, also pleading not guilty. >> and we're seeing the first signs of a case for possible collusion. foreign policy adviser to the trump campaign, george papadopoulos has pleaded guilty for lying to the fbi about his contact with russia. >> court papers show that he acknowledged that a professor told him the russians had dirt on hillary clinton. papadopoulos talked about trying to arrange a meeting between then candidate trump and russian president vladimir putin and he said several trump officials knew he was talking to the russians about helping that campaign at the time. so much scandal there in washington. >> and president trump is reportedly fuming over these indictments. sources say he woke up early and watched it all play out on the news. and on twitter he tried to turn it to hillary clinton and declare there is no collusion. >> and the white house is down
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playing the role of the president's former advisers. here's abc's jonathan karl. >> reporter: the white house was blindsided by this news. sources tell abc news the president had no advance notice from the special counsel. first reaction from the president himself with his tweet dismissing the indictment of the man who ran his campaign. sorry, but this is years ago. before paul manafort was part of the trump campaign. why aren't crooked hillary and the dems the focus? also, there is no collusion. and, in fact, there is nothing about collusion or the campaign in the manafort indictment. what the president didn't know is there was another shoe to drop. special counsel mueller later revealing his plea deal with george papadopoulos, the campaign foreign policy adviser who in fact was take talking with russians about getting dirt on hillary clinton. >> we've been saying from day one there's no evidence of trump/russia collusion and nothing in the indictment today changes that at all. >> but george papadopoulos agreement is about the campaign. it is specifically about the campaign.
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>> it has nothing to do with the activities of the campaign. it has to do with his failure to tell the truth. >> reporter: sanders said papadopoulos had an extremely limited role in the campaign. but again, there he is, three seats from donald trump. >> look, this individual was the member of a volunteer advisory council that met one time over the course of a year. he was not paid by the campaign. >> reporter: it's not the first time the white house has sought to downplay the role of someone on the campaign. this is what they said about paul manafort who spent five months on team trump, including three as campaign chairman. >> obviously, there's this discussion of paul manafort who played a very limited role for a very limited amount of time. jon, hold on. can you stop interrupting other people? jonathan, somebody's asking a question. it's not your press briefing. >> reporter: the white house downplayed mueller's indictment, the president himself is making a case that the real subject of the russia investigation should be hillary clinton. the president tweeting sunday there is so much guilt by
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democrats, clinton, and now the facts are pouring out. do something! and what will the president do if mueller continues to focus on his associates and not clinton's? >> is he going to rule out once and for all firing robert mueller? >> the president said last week, i believe it was last week, and i've said several times before, there's no intention or plan to make any changes in regards to the special counsel. >> reporter: the white house press secretary was also asked whether or not the president would consider issuing pardons for either paul manafort or rick gates. the answer was interesting. she said, quote, i think we should let the process play through before we start looking at those steps. in other words, the white house is not ruling out issuing pardons. jonathan karl, abc news, the white house. >> jonathan, thank you. and a hearing for manafort and gates is scheduled for thursday. >> manafort posted a $10 million bond. for gates, it's $5 million. they're now restricted to their homes and must check in with the marshals every day.
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>> abc news chief news analyst dan abrams weighs in on the idea that the investigation will end soon. >> i don't think there's any way to look at that plea agreement with papadopoulos and conclude this is going to end anytime soon. the reason that they made that deal, when you read through the statement of facts and you read through the agreement, it is clear they cut that deal so they could investigate others, so this could be part of a broader investigation. >> and dan says with papadopoulos, robert mueller is going for the little fish first and may also be trying to put pressure on manafort and gates to get information on other key trump associates. >> the investigation is also affecting some democrats. powerful washington lobbyist tony podesta is stepping down as head of his lobbying firm. he lobbied on behalf of his ukrainian clients. the firm has said it did not know it was working on behalf of a foreign government.
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tony's brother, john podesta managed hillary clinton's campaign. and clinton herself isn't commenting directly on the first indictments in the mueller probe. she was in the chicago area yesterday promoting her book. at one event, all she would say about the indictments was that the book contains a great chapter about russia but later she said president trump is not looking out for u.s. national security and, quote, we know everything we need to know. representatives on facebook will testify on capitol hill today about russian-linked content on its servers during last year's election. a top facebook lawyer will tell senators a russian group posted more than 80,000 times during and after the election. the content may have reached up to 126 million people. and twitter also plans to tell
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citizens. ♪ spoke out against the ban. >> reporter: it's estimated there are roughly 2500 active service members. we turn now to severe
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weather slamming new england. this morning more than a million customers are still without power across seven states from new york to maine. cleanup crews will be out in force for a second day after hurricane-force winds and torrential rains downed trees and power lines. look at some of the flooding there. it triggered some flash floods in many areas. wow. that's one family's vacation home being swept away by the floodwaters. look as it gets crushed there slamming into that bridge, shattering into pieces. the good news as you look at that is that no one was inside the home at the time. but that is -- >> got to be heartbreaking for those people. >> that really does show you the power of that water there. former house speaker john boehner is peeling back the curtain on what life is like on capitol hill big time. >> yeah, so, in a new interview with "politico" magazine boehner is dishing on everything from behind the scenes arguments to where president obama gets his willpower. he actually recounted an employment six years ago saying i was smoking a cigarette and they bring me a glass of merlot,
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and here's the president of the united states drinking iced tea and chomping on nicorette. >> when asked whether he'd ever seen the president smoke a cigarette, he said oh, no, no, no, no. he's scared to death of his wife. scared to death. here's the thing, president obama has actually said the same thing in 2013. he was talking to the united nations and saying that he hadn't smoked a cigarette in about six years, and he said that's because i'm scared of my wife. >> michelle will kill him if he did smoke. that was part of his deal before he decided to run for office. but some colorful language in that article. >> happy wife, happy life, it rhymes for a reason. that's all you need to know. >> good to know. coming up on this halloween tuesday, a potential haunting at a school. >> surveillance video shows paranormal activity getting talked about but no kids in sight, so, could it be ghosts? >> of course, what do you think it is? and a home run catch stolen from a fan's hands and thrown back. what we're learning about this
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so you're watching the moment a wavover so you're watching the moment a wave overtakes a boat, this is off jupiter, florida, tossing a man into the water. and then comes a surfer to the rescue. but sam russkin is no ordinary surfer. he has nearly a decade of surfing experience, mind you, at only 13 years old. he's modest, he doesn't consider himself a hero. he says he was just trying to help out that guy. >> no big deal, just saving a life. chicago bears tight end zach miller is recovering after a surgery doctors say probably saved his leg. >> miller suffered a gruesome injury. during this play against the saints. that dislocated his knee and tearing the artery that provides blood below the knee. he was rushed to a new orleans hospital for an operation to repair the artery. experts say amputation was a possibility.
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doctors are monitoring miller's leg. to be sure it has proper blood flow. they say hissed me treatment improves the chance of a good recovery. >> lucky they got him rushed to the hospital and definitely wishing him a recovery there, a speedy one. in the meantime, the astros and dodgers get back to business in the world series tonight after that back to back, back and forth battle. it's anyone's guess about what will happen. if the astros win, they become world series champs for the first time. if the dodgers win, the games continue. >> weather tonight in los angeles is expected to be 30 to 40 degrees cooler than it was for the first two games in the series. the teams will have the same starting pitcher as they did in game two. justin verlander for the astros and rich hill for the dodgers. >> quite a matchup. and we now know the whole story about an incident from sunday night's game. a female astros fan caught a home run hit by one of the dodgers. and watch this dude. another fan takes the ball out
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of her hand and throws it back on the field. turns out, the man who through the ball back is the brother-in-law of the woman who caught it. they apparently bought the seats in that area just to catch a dodgers homer and throw it back. there's no hard feelings. between the family. >> she did not look happy. >> she did not look happy at all at first. and her husband looked like he was going to fight somebody for it. >> yeah, i don't know about this. if it was all part of the plan. >> i bet if the astros lost there would have been hard feelings. there would have been something about karma. coming up, why "stranger things" fans are furious over a sexy version of a costume one of the show's main characters wears. >> and live costumes next on "world news now." ewwww oh eat it! lysol kills 99.9% of bacteria on soft and hard surfaces. one more way you've got what it takes to protect.
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>> can you hear me? >> this is what happens when you quick change into a costume. >> i can't breathe. >> speaking of costumes, there's a debate raging online about a popular costume based on a popular show. >> they're the most talked about costumes this season, but do they go too far? take a look. >> something's coming. something hungry for blood. >> the hotly-anticipated season of "stranger things" is here. but one of the show's main characters is causing a huge reaction online for a different reason. a new halloween costume called the upside down honey is facing serious online backlash for what many say is sexualizing a child star. social media is flooded with comments like don't make a 11-year-old sexy. it's easy to remember, her name is eleven. another tweeted a picture, nope. >> it does raise red flags.
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why does that costume need to be sexualized in any way? it is a child that you're imitating. >> the costume from "stranger things" isn't the only costume generating anger. there's this sexy penny-wise. after "it." and this half-clad impression of the first lady on inauguration day, described as crossing the line. the online retailer selling the costume tells abc news it doesn't take costumes too seriously and neither does its customers. the yandy girl strives to be the top of the halloween costume. and we've found these topical pop culture inspired cost items are always a fan favorite, year after year. >> it's true, the costumes are still among the most popular despite all the controversy. >> yeah, there's nothing extinct about those costumes. >> nope.
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♪ this is halloween ♪ this is halloween ♪ this is halloween ♪ trick-or-treat speaking of trick or treat, of course, a lot of kids are going to be out trick or treating tonight. can you guess which are the best halloween candies and the worst? there was an extensive study that was done by this one guy. >> an extensive study? >> uh-huh. 265 votes on the best and worst halloween candies, ranked top ten to one. number ten, butterfinger. >> ooh.
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that's good. >> peanut butter m&ms. let's go to the top three. twix. >> we don't have twix here. >> like i was saying, number three, twix. number two, reese's miniatures. no, that's not it. all right. >> number one, reese's peanut butter. >> yes, these are my favorite. >> this is the number one halloween candy. >> you want me to test to make sure it's not poison for you. here you go. all right. there's another way, by the way, to get some free sweets on halloween without going trick or treating. >> uh-huh? >> there are a bunch of places offering freebies. baskin robbins is giving you -- chipotle. >> would guacamole still be extra?
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>> i think so. dunkin' donuts is having a special on doughnuts, the boston scream, for example. and ihop has deals, too. >> this is creepy, we've shown the videos but it's ridiculous trying to read and look through this. so cctv at a school overseas showing things flying all over the place. now we've seen this from the school before, but this is new video that they put out. look at that. what in the world is going on there? >> i hear it. >> ah! >> okay. saw it now. ah! what's happening? >> make it stop! >> we need a light note. let's end on a light note. check out this amazing amputee's halloween costume. he's a motivational speaker. this year, here he is as tigger. bouncing on tigger's tail. this is a previous costume.
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this morning on "world news now," president trump is reacting to the first criminal indictments handed down in the russia investigation. and tweets, the president is denying any conclusion, and the white house is downplaying the roles of his former advisers. we'll bring you the latest, coming up. powerful storm in new england, a home swept away by floodwaters. hurricane force winds also responsible for downing trees and power lines. we're tracking it all. also this half hour, there are new doubts about the story of the two hawaii women lost at sea for months. >> we're just learning that they had an emergency beacon on board the whole time that would have summoned help, so why didn't they use it? their explanation ahead. and then the trumps host halloween at the white house with a parade of kids in
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costume. see the look that really got the president's attention on this tuesday, october 31st. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> you made it to the white house? >> in my little dinosaur costume. >> yes, in the dinosaur costume. i'll tell you, robert mueller is dressing as everything to try to get some secrets on the white house there. probably one of those costumes. the white house is a little spooked after what happened. the indictments of three former advisers. >> ex-campaign chairman manafpa manafort and his business partner rick gates have pleaded not guilty to a dozen counts, mostly stemming from their business dealings. but former adviser george papadopoulos has cut a deal. pleading guilty to lying to the fbi about his contacts with the russians. and president trump is proclaiming on twitter that there is no collusion. >> if convicted, manafort could face 20 years behind bars.
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legal experts believe special counsel robert mueller may be using the possible sentence as leverage to get him to turn on others. but in the past, manafort had categorically denied that the campaign had anything to do with russia. >> are there any ties between mr. trump, you or your campaign and putin and his regime? >> no, there are not. it's absurd. there's no basis to it. >> manafort helped orchestrate donald trump's convention. he was fired after five months on the job. both manafort and rick gates are now under house arrest and due back in court this thursday. >> george papadopoulos is now cooperating with the fbi. after making false statements. >> he's making it clear that donald trump wanted to win the election and claims campaign officials were willing to accept help. abc's brian ross with the details. >> reporter: it is the biggest break in the case yet, the strongest evidence yet of possible collusion with details of how this trump campaign adviser. 30-year-old george papadopoulos worked for suspected agents and
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to the fbi. as he talks with abc earlier this year. the special counsel reveals that papadopoulos pleaded guilty to charges of lying to the fbi on october 5th and has been secretly cooperating. >> it's very significant to have an official with any major presidential campaign admitting that they're working with the russian government to hurt their opponent and admitting that they lied about that fact to cover it up. >> reporter: papadopoulos joined the trump campaign national security team in march of 2016. >> george papadopoulos. >> reporter: donald trump's now well-known words of praise. >> excellent guy. >> reporter: but three days later, papadopoulos was in london meeting with his russian connections including a woman he thought was vladimir putin's niece but turns out was not. according to the fbi, the russians told papadopoulos on april 26th they had dirt on
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hillary clinton and thousands of e-mails long before they were made public. the day after that pivotal meeting, donald trump gave his first foreign policy speech with an emphasis on russia. >> i believe an easing of tensions, improved relations with russia from a position of strength only is possible. absolutely possible. >> reporter: according to court filings, papadopoulos, as an unpaid adviser reported to four separate senior campaign managers or policy advisers, trying to set up a meeting between trump and putin. one told him great job and another wrote an e-mail, i would encourage you. yet the president has repeatedly denied his campaign had any connection with anyone in russia. including this exchange with abc's cecelia vega. >> did you or anyone in your campaign have any contact with russia leading up to the campaign? none at all. >> reporter: none at all he said. the four officials to whom papadopoulos reported were not
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named in the charges but if they, too, lied about the russian contacts they also will face criminal prosecution. brian ross, abc news, new york. there are new reports that president trump is actually fuming over the indictment. sources tell abc news that he had no advance notice from special counsel robert mueller's office. >> it came from the president himself on twitter. he said, sorry, but this was years ago, before paul manafort was part of the trump campaign. but why aren't crooked hillary and the dems the focus. also, there is no collusion. now, there's nothing in the manafort indictment about collusion, but the guilty plea from papadopoulos centered on his talking with the russians about getting dirt on hillary clinton. >> we've been saying from day one there's been no evidence of trump/russia collusion, and nothing in the indictment today changes that at all. >> when sanders was asked if the president was ruling out firing robert mueller, sanders said there were no plans to make any charges in regards to the special counsel. >> well, the house speaker paul ryan was tight-lipped about the
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indictment and the guilty plea. speaking to reporters in his native wisconsin, ryan called it big news but said he had not read the indictment. ryan also said he feels very good about the tax bill that republicans are going to release tomorrow. officials say u.s. commandos have captured one of the organizers of the benghazi attack. mustafa alimam is now on board a warship and will be taken to the u.s. for trial. he's the second person facing charges for the 2012 attacks on a diplomatic compound and cia base. the ambassador to libya and others were killed in that attack. and army sergeant bowe bergdahl apologized to those who searched for while until afghanistan. he pleaded guilty to desertion in afghanistan. bergdahl choked up as he was admitting he made a horrible mistake. cleanup crews across the northeast have another tough day ahead with more than a million
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customers from new york to maine still without power, after two days of torrential rains and hurricane force winds, as well as powerful floodwaters, as we watched this in new hampshire, sweeping an entire home down the river. look as it crumbles into that bridge. here's abc's adrian bankert. >> reporter: high winds rocked the northeast, an intense coastal storm knocking out power to more than a million people. a state of emergency in maine. in new hampshire, waterways swollen after nearly a half foot of rain. this home swept away by a rising river before it crashes into a bridge. winds gusting to 80 miles per hour throughout new england. the ceiling tiles rattling inside this rhode island hotel. in massachusetts, tree after tree crashing down. >> everybody just needs to use caution because the ground is soggy and the trees are falling. >> reporter: lisa gomez and her husband were inside when the
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tree fell on the back of their home. >> this is my childhood home. >> reporter: you grew up here. >> yeah. it's very special to me, and that's the part that bothers me the most. >> reporter: fallen debris and power outages stranding this amtrak train. passengers arriving in boston nearly ten hours late. >> it was a nerve-wracking experience, but i'm glad it's over. >> reporter: the power could be out for days. there's one big reason why a lot look like this. this huge tree uprooted, lifting up the sidewalk, dangling in power lines. in some cases entire towns are without power. adrian bankert, abc news, massachusetts. we're learning new details this morning about the two women rescued last week by the u.s. navy after supposedly being lost at sea for more than five months with their two dogs. a spokesman for the coast guard tells abc news that jennifer a. ppel and tasha fuiava had an
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emergency beeblgen on their sailboat, but they never turned on. during a survivor debrief, the two told officials they never activated the beacon because they never felt truly in distress nor did they think the situation was dire enough to warrant it. the women also said that they had six forms of communication that all went dead. >> hmm. >> interesting. plot thickens here. and the president and first lady got a jump start on halloween, hosting a big public celebration last night. the white house was decorated with a giant spider web and bats. the whole nine yards. >> and the president had a big reaction and a tap on the head for a kid dressed as a minion. t-rex was among the 6,000 guests in attendance there. >> that's how you're supposed to wear a costume. >> there was a kid in a skeleton costume and a make america great again hat. he got plenty of attention. even got his picture with the president. >> mixed messages there. what's the kid in all black? >> oh. >> that's bob mueller right
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there with a wiretap. >> just trying -- trying to get as much information as possible. coming up, we're breaking down the biggest horror movies of all time. >> if you need help picking out a scary movie, let us be your guide. we're going to tell you which ones are guaranteed to send shivers down your spine and why horror is just so hot right now. speaking of hot, the ballroom is on fire, because last night's "dancing with the stars" didn't only scare fans, it shocked them as well. we'll tell you what had everyone gasping. >> but first, here's a look at your halloween forecast.
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police in south florida are looking for a gas station robber who made off with cash and disposable cigarette lighters, police in south florida are looking for a gas station robber who made off with cash and disposable cigarette lighters, seen here on surveillance video. pulling a gun on a clerk who gave him the cash from two registers. the suspect then grabbed a handful of lighters. a new development in the harvey weinstein sexual abuse scandal.
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the producers guild of america has taken the unprecedented step of banning the disgraced hollywood mogul from the gild for life. in a statement, the guild said the board of directors voted unanimously for the ban. and kevin spacey will not be recognized as the founder's award. >> the apology ended up igniting another firestorm, abc's linsey davis has more. >> reporter: netflix and "house of cards" say they are deeply troubled by accusations against actor kevin spacey. anthony rapp said the actor made a sexual advance to him when he was just 14. rapp says spacey then 26 invited him to a party one night when they were both working on broadway. when everyone left, rapp said spacey put him on a bed and lays down on top of me pressing into me. but rapp was able to squirm away. spacey posted a statement to twitter saying he was horrified
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and did not remember the encounter, adding i owe him the sincerest apology for what would have been deeply inappropriate drunken behavior. he then turned to the subject of his sexuality. i have loved and had romantic encounters with men throughout my life and i choose now to live as a gay man. the "house of cards" star is under fire, critics say he was trying to shift the focus from the alleged abuse of a child. actor zachary quinto called it a calculated manipulation to deflect attention from the very serious accusation that he attempted to molest. and median wanda sykes tweeted, no, no, no, you do not get to choose to hide under the rainbow. studio executives say they plan to meet with the rest of the cast and crew to make sure they feel safe and supported. linsey davis, abc news, new york. >> so season six apparently will be it for "house of cards." when we come back, it was a spooktacular night on "dancing with the stars." >> we'll have the frightening results coming up on "the skinny." that's next.
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sore subject for me. they call it fun size. but look at this. when you're my size, this isn't fun. this is bull [ bleep ] ♪ skinny ♪ ♪ so skinny >> shaquille o'neil, not just good at basketball but guest hosting on the jimmy kimmel show so far, hit it out of the park. >> yeah, kimmel has an all-star lineup for the rest of the week, by the way. >> we have a spooky "skinny" for you now. we are heading to the ballroom where some celebs got the treat, some got tricked. yeah, halloween night on "dancing with the stars" did not disappoint. >> there were a couple of perfect scores last night, starting with jordan, you know, that kid from "hamilton" and his
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pardoner in lindsey. is this david -- >> do, do, do, do. >> it's so weird to listen to it sober. that's the problem. that's why i didn't know who it was. so they had a pretty good time there, doing a little red riding hood themed paso doble. and even though there was a set snafu when lindsey's door wouldn't open. what do you mean the door wouldn't open? >> there was a problem with the set? >> there was a problem with the set. but they didn't miss a beat. so they handled really well. and the judges gave them credit for that. here's the shocker. frankie muniz and whitney. >> yeah. >> they did this creatively creepy contemporary dance. the judges loved it. malcolm in the middle is now at the top. >> wow. >> we're going to have to change the name of his old show. of course the night wasn't all sweet. it was time for the elimination.
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bottom couples were nikki and artem and vanessa, whose husband went home last week and max. and in a horrifying twist of surprising double elimination sent both couples gone. >> you're both going home. >> oh, that was just mean. talk about a trick instead of a treat. >> that was not very nice. >> yeah, well, all four of them will be on "good morning, america" later today. that's the good news at least. >> that's a consolation prize? >> at least for vanessa. nick is home, too. now they get to go back to hanging out. >> that's true, nick is on tour with his boys. some celebrities are making money well after their passing. we'll look at some of the top-earning stars who have already passed away. at number three, charles schulz. $38 million. the cartoonist best known for the comic strip "peanuts"
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making peanuts. he's making quite a bit. >> coming in second, golfer arnold palmer with $40 million, seven major championships in his six-decade career, and was dubbed the king of the course. there's a drink named after him. i know him. >> another king took the top spot. ♪ thriller >> talking about michael jackson, earning $75 million, his estate at least. the thriller is the best-selling album of all time, with 65 million copies worldwide. >> all right. heidi klum is known for her over the top halloween costumes, and she teased fans on instagram with what's coming up this year. >> yeah, since we have to wait on later tonight to find out. we thought we would look back at some of her costumes, the best ones. here she is in 2008 as a hindu goddess. >> she dressed as a cadaver in 2011, even rolling in on an autopsy table and was unrecognizable in 2015 as jessica rabbit. she had prosthetics all over her.
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ah! ah! >> a look at our very own scare cam set up inside the recording booths here. >> oh, we got some of them. >> speaking of scary. >> i can't breathe. >> you need to have your mask on. >> who are you, like future? >> i'm really enjoying these costumes right now, i do have to say. so let's talk some horror movies, because that's what you reminded me of just now. horror movies have been making a killing at the box office. that's "jigsaw", beating out the competition this past weekend in its opening. and the reboot of steven king's "it," another sensation,
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with the monster box office becoming the fourth biggest r-rated movie ever. >> and in it comes to the top horror movies of all time, rotten tomatoes ranks a movie from this year above all the rest. >> let's work backwards, number three, the master of suspense, alfred hitchcock, freaking out moviegoers when it first came out in 1960 with a story about norman bates and the family business. >> number two, "the cabinet of dr. caligary"? >> what? >> an influential silent film that many argue was the first horror movie. >> huh? who made this? >> so, who's number one? greatest horror movie of all time? >> my favorite, "boo 2." madea halloween? >> that is not the top of the list. that is not the top of the list. let's take a look. >> sink into the floor. >> wait, wait, wait. >> sink.
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>> not the sunken place. "get out" has taken the top spot, actually. >> ooh, you like that one. >> the story about a boyfriend's increasingly disturbing discoveries when the interracial couple heads to her parents' home for an introduction. >> today it's grossed over $253 million worldwide and only cost $4.5 million to make. critics loved it. get out earned lots of reviews like this one, saying "get out" is the sharpest, most thoughtful and against all odds funniest horror film that hollywood has turned out. >> and peter travers called it e with racial tension and stinging satirical wit. see "get out" and get woke. >> you think the reason they loved it so much was your getup? >> it's way too early to see this outfit. it's only tuesday. >> happy halloween.
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making news in america this morning, damage control. the president's former campaign chairman and his associate under house arrest this morning indicted as the spotlight turns to a young foreign policy adviser and his guilty plea. >> we've been saying from day one there's been no evidence of trump/russia collusion. >> this morning, what these charges could signal about the investigation's future. breaking overnight, russian ties revealed. hours before they're called before congress, facebook and twitter reveal russian ads reached far more americans than previously disclosed. caught on camera, boating disaster. fierce surf capsizes this boat. >> i was swimming next to him, so i was really kind of struggling just to get out of the area. >> how a boy came to the rescue with only his surfboard and his determination. pl,

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