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elaine quijano. captioning funded by cbs it's monday, october 31st, 2016. eight days until the presidential election. this is the "cbs morning news." the more information has come out the morov all seems and the more concern it has created by director comey's actions. >> hillary clinton's campaign is calling for clarity after the fbi's vague announcement on new information related to her e-mail investigation, despite the lack of details, trump is seizing. >> if she never heard the word e-mail, do you think she would be a very happy woman today? and breaking overnight. the massive manhunt is over.
kill the man accused of murdering two family members and shooting two officers. good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters here in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. the fbi has obtained a search warrant to go through the newly discovered e-mails belonging to a top aide of alerted congress to the e-mails friday less than two weeks before the election, against the advice of the justice department. comey is now facing stiff criticism for the timing of his announcement. in an op-ed piece from "the washington post" former attorney general eric holder said comey made a mistake and wrote, it is up to the director to correct his mistake, not for the sake of a political candidate or campaign, but in order to protect our system of justice and best serve the american
the fbi looked through thosands of newly discovered e-mails that were found on the laptop of clinton's top aide huma abedin's estranged husband, former new york congressman anthony weiner. the late october surprise is shaking up the tight presidential race between clinton and donald trump just eight days to the election. as hillary clinton tried to move past the latest chapter into her e-mail scandal. >> i'm not stopping now. we are just getting warmed up, right? thanked the disgraced former new york congressman at the center of the investigation. >> we never thought we were going to say thank you to anthony weiner. >> reporter: running mate mike pence praised james comey for alerting congress about the newly discovered e-mails last week against the wishes of attorney general loretta lynch. >> the fbi stepping forward at .
investigation. that's not what the letter said. the letter was so confusing, that it was hard to know exactly what it said. >> reporter: harry reid went a step further accusing comey of breaking the law. in a letter to the fbi director, reid wrote, i am writing to inform you that my office has determined that these actions may violate the hatch act, which bars fbi officials from using their official authority to despite the fbi announcement, many democratic voters say their minds are already made up. >> we just love that she fights for women. >> the level of that e-mail is nothing to the craziness level of a guy like trump. >> reporter: in the latest cbs news poll, just 5% of democrats say they are less likely to support clinton now. over the summer, comey announced the fbi woul not seek criminal charges against clinton with her
officials on both sides of the aisle are calling on him to release more information what he found on weiner's laptop as soon as possible. >> hena daniels in new york, thank you so much, hena. the impact of the e-mail announcement on the election remains unclear. a "the new york times" upshot siena college poll of likely voters shows trump with a four-point lead in florida and the latest cbs news battleground tracker showing clinton holding an 8-point lead over trump in pennsylvania. errol barnett talked with anthony salvanto. he says the race is tightening. >> reporter: hillary clinton has been ahead in the electoral vote estimate the entire election. is any of that changing now? >> if you look at the map now, she has a lead, even a slight one, in enough electoral votes to win in november but it is by no means certain. >> reporter: of course, the big news right now is the possibility that there are more
could be investigated? >> well, the bulk of voters said it wouldn't change but that is because partisans have largely already decided. there are very unsure few voters out there. however, what may happen it may hurt hillary clinton's ability to go beyond her base or pull in some of those voters who had been unsure or on the fence rather than costing her support that she already has. >> reporter: now donald trump has struggled to galvanize republican support in red states. what is new on that front? >> right. tight race with hillary clinton. this is a state that usually goes republican. the story is similar in many other states. donald trump has a lot of republican support but not quite enough so that is one of his challenges in the last week. >> reporter: his other challenge is winning over his must-win battleground states like north carolina. >> right. here we see in north carolina, hillary clinton with a slight lead. this one will be about turnout. when we look at the early vote, and many voters have already
many other states, we see that among registrants, democrats are tracking ahead of republicans. so donald trump has more work to do. >> reporter: more than 20 million people have cast their ballots already. we don't know exactly who they voted for, but what other clues can we see in that? >> democrats in many places look like they are on pace with what they want their targets to be, however, the election day vote, that might put more pressure on organizing for the trump campaign. ep our cbs news elections director anthony salvanto, thanks for your time. coming up on "cbs this morning," we will talk with donald trump's campaign manager kellyanne conway. a week-long manhunt for michael vance wanted in a series of violent crimes in oklahoma is over. vance was killed in a shoot-out with a local deputy in western oklahoma last night. the sheriff was wounded in the gun battle, but is expected to survive. vance was wanted on multiple charges, including two counts of first-degree murder.
linked to a sexual assault case against him. he referenced in a video released on the internet. overseas now. there are no deaths or serious injuries reported following the latest earthquake to hit central italy, but yesterday's quake forced more people to evacuate. it's estimated some 11,000 residents will need assistance following the newest quake and the one last week. some of the worse damage is reported in norcia. johnathan vigliotti reports. >> reporter: audio from surveillance video captured the rumbling of the powerful 6.6 earthquake, as it hit central and southern italy early sunday morning. by daybreak, the damage from the strongest quake to hit the country in nearly 36 years was visible. >> it's a very sad day for my home country. >> reporter: in norcia, one of the hardest hit areas,
it was felt in rome where buildings rocked and chandeliers sway. official say aftershocks are a major concern. a group of nuns ran for their lives when their church began to shake. firefighters cleared debris from roads to allow emergency vehicles access to the injured. entire villages that were once popular tourist attractions are now piles of rubble. in the mountainous region plumes of dust billowed above trees camouflaging above the devastation on the ground. italy is recovering from a earthquake in august that killed nearly 300 people. there were no deaths from this latest quake. many people are afraid to go back indoors out of fear that there will be stronger and more powerful aftershocks. johnathan vigliotti, cbs news, london. federal officials say a rare but violent engine failure on an american airlines jet prompted an investigation of some electric engines. the american jet was racing down the runway at chicago's o'hare
disk broke apart inside one engine. the pilots were able to stop the jet but a fire broke out. all 170 people on board were evacuated. some sustained minor injuries. parts of the jet engine were hurled half a mile away. the world series is headed back to cleveland. on the cusp of elimination, the chicago cubs got their first world series win at wrigley field since 1945. cubs win it 3-2. >> chicago reliever aroldis chapman got the first eight-out save of his big league career to hold off the cleveland indians. >> chappy came in and did something i guess he has never done before, so, yes, there are all kinds of drama out there. when you have a guy like that can pitch that many significant outs in the latter part of the game, it's pretty cool.
three games to two and game six is tomorrow night. coming up on the "morning news." now, real-life drama at the opera. powder tossed at the met in new york city causes a security scare. and a bear hug. a cuddly panda turns fierce after a man sneaks into his enclosure. this is the "cbs morning news." . they're proven to give you comfort. h helps you feel more energized ...all day long. i want what he has. i've been taking probiotics gx from nature's bounty to maintain healthy digestion and help with the occasional unwanted gas and bloating. so wherever i get stuck today, my "future self" will thank me. thank you. thank you. thank you. hang on, go go go back. thank you. do i get stuck in an air duct? it's a funny story really... (laughing)
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surveillance video shows a tourist's close call at a into the giant panda enclosure. the animal makes up and grabs the man's leg. they wrestle and the man falls. finally he is able to get free. the tourist apparently was trying to impress two women. both the panda and tourists are okay but i'm going to impress that the panda is not impressed. no word on whether or not the women were. a night at opera ends with a security scare and how chris christie got passed over in the vp stakes. those are some of the headlines
the "new york post" reports that donald trump had asked chris christie to be his running mate. sources tell "the post" that trump's aides got him to withdraw the offer. most of trump's advisers pressured him to pick mike pence. they argued that pence would unify the party and appeal to evangelical christians. the bismarck tribune reports on a possible drowning at the site of a north dakota oil pipeline protest. someone in a canoe disappeared sunday. the incident occurred near a dakota access protest camp. search and rescue teams are at the scene. weekend demonstrations over the pipeline remained peaceful. "variety" reports a new claim of sexual assault from one of alfred hitchcock's leading ladies. in her new memoir, actress tippi hedren says hitchcock drew obsessed with her during the filming in 1930s. she said in their next movie, hitchcock entered her dressing
put his hands on me. "the new york times" says an audience member apparently sprinkled human ashes at the opera on saturday. the scare prompted an evacuation. anti-terrorist police investigated the mysterious substance and they figured out the act was a tribute to an opera lover's friend who had died. still to come, a fumble over a friendly hug. seahawks earl thomas find out off limits. >> announcer: this portion of "the cbs morning news" is sponsored by seabond. stronger hold all day. leading paste all day... without the ooze. feel secure. be yourself.
here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. after returning a saints fumble for a touchdown on sunday, seahawks safety earl thomas was feeling the love. but the referee he hugged after the play was not. thomas was flagged for unsportsmanlike conduct. a 15-yard penalty. >> in that moment, i was just so full of gratitude, joy, and happiness. that's what this game gives me all the time. i just gave the ref a hug.
me, though. >> that wasn't his only loss. the saints beat the seahawks 25-20. keep your hands to yourself. on the cbs "moneywatch." oil prices slip and americans stock up on candy. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. >> news of the fbi is reviewing e-mails related to hillary clinton's private server sent stocks lower on friday. for the week, though, the dow gained 16 points, the s&p lost 14 and the nasdaq finished 67 points lower. the electric car maker tesla unveiled a new energy product. solar roof tiles. tesla says the roof tiles collect 98% of the power that conventional solar panels do and last as long as the house does. tesla says the tiles are being manufactured in a range of styles and would cost less than a conventional roof, plus solar panels. it was an upset at the box office this weekend.
one for the second straight week. madeia held off the movie starring tom hanks. took in half of its estimates. and "jack reacher never go back" came in third. this halloween, candy sales are booming. according to the economics organization ih global insights, sales of halloween candy are expected to rise 5.5% this year to nearly $4 billion. the group says 75% of american households buy halloween candy and 72% of parents say that they share in their children's take with or without their knowledge. you wouldn't know anything about that? >> no, not at all! jill wagner at the new york stock exchange, thanks a lot, jill. still ahead, a spooky castle in romania where dracula once
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. two daring people will get the chance to spend halloween night in dracula's castle, thanks to an airbnn contest. teri okita went to transylvania for a week. >> reporter: this mansion perched high above transylvania was reserved for royalty until now. for the first time in its 640-year history, bram castle will open its medieval wooden doors to two guests overnight for the public. it is the backdrop for a classic
secret pavenlg passageways for the guests to experience. >> people will arrive in transylvania by horse-driven ss guests to experience. >> people will arrive in transylvania by horse-driven carriage. at night, we will be going to sleep with only the sounds of wolves howling outside the castle. >> reporter: airbnb received end halloween night in a g to ts vampire's residence. dracula needs rest inside his winners will sleep, if they can. [ screaming ] >> reporter: despite his reign of terror, the blood thirsty dracula is the most popular villain of all time. bram stoker's nephew says he knows the reason why. >> the story is around superstitions and immortality and always been in people's consciousness. what happens after you die? >> reporter: guests are warned not to bring garlic crosses or silver, which could scare off the vampire.
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here is another look at this morning's top stories. the fible fbi obtained a warrant to begin searching newly discovered e-mails that may pertain to the hillary clinton e-mail investigation. the e-mails along to a top clinton aide huma abedin. they were on weiner's laptop by the fbi. fbi director james comey alerted congress to the investigation on friday. comey is now under intense pressure to release more information. the faces of hillary clinton and donald trump are taking over halloween. adriana diaz takes us inside a chinese factory that makes the masks. >> reporter: beyond the goblins and the ghouls, this halloween's most popular masks are people
here the workers carefully design, stretch, and spray tan america's presidential candidates. was it difficult designing his hair? >> yeah. it's not easy, but a big experience. >> reporter: some people think his hair is fake. maybe it grow out? >> reporter: every four years, political masks become a halloween must have. they are largely made in china and mexico and shipped to the u.s. where voters get to try on our candidates. who do you like more? >> i think donald trump. >> reporter: why? >> because he's funny. >> reporter: he's funny? >> i think most of chinese like him better than hillary. >> reporter: both candidates have attacked china on the campaign trail. >> china is a currency
with china is the illegal dumping of steel and aluminum into our markets. >> reporter: so we took the marks to the streets of beijing to get people's reaction. some recognized them instantly. >> this is trump and this is clinton. >> reporter: others? not so much. i would have recognized obama. he is handsome, said this woman. and while a majority of the chinese supporters, this man is backing trump. he's a bit crazy, he said, but i better ideas and logic. for forbes, a trump loss would be for good business. so you want him to run again in four years? >> yeah. so next time. >> reporter: and a second opportunity to scare up some votes. adriana diaz, cbs news, jinhua, china. >> a little disturbing. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning,"
we will speak with cbs news political director john dickson. plus. new questions about the sexual assault scandal at baylor university. "60 minutes sports" reveals how more football players were first accused of crimes than first reported. that is the "cbs morning news" for this monday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green.
metro is searching for answers after they believe that child abuse is the cause for a child's death. we'll see how the incident started ((kirsten joyce)) >> plus...henderson's newest hospital will be open for business in a few hours. where and when can you catch the grand opening....is next. ((brian loftus)) >> and... sherry is going to let us know what the weather is going to be like before taking your kids out for trick treating. ((kirsten joyce)) 8 news now good day, the valley's news leader, starts right now./// news now good day.)) ((brian loftus)) thanks for joining us on 8 news now good day, the valley's news leader. i'm brian loftus. ((kirsten joyce)) >> and i'm kirsten joyce. 31 year old kenneth robinson is behind bars this morning after the death of a seven year boy at the siegel suites yesterday afternoon. ((brian loftus)) >> it happened near boulder highway and flamingo. police tell us it appears the child was abused, saying the