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ve a great wednesday. making news in america this morning, israel's senior statesman shimon peres has passed away. the emotional tributes pouring in as details about his final are released. on the defense after the debate, donald trump taking aim at the moderator and his microphone. plus, hillary clinton's acting like the debate's winner and taking a v new this morning, more protests following a deadly police involved shooting. police are already defending their actns and releasing a picture of the confrontation. >> new video of the rescued boater found eight days after setting sail with his mother who is still missing. what he said this morning after finally arriving home. good wednesday morning, everyone. we'll start with that breaking
statesman shimon peres at age 93. >> a state funeral planned for friday in jerusalem. he was a towering big in politics serving twice as prime minister and later as the nation's ninth president and won the nobel paez prize and retired just two years ago as the world's oldest head of state spending his final years promoting peace. peres died two weeks after suffering a stroke. including a statement from president obama who said, a light has gone out but the hope he gave us will burn forever. and we do expect to get confirmation later today on which american leaders will attend his funeral. there are new very manies overnight in the race for the white house. hillary clinton and donald trump are launching new attacks following the most watched debate in u.s. history. >> clinton charge be joined by bernie sanders as she campaigns in new hampshire today and trump is holding rallies in the
a former beauty queen. abc's ray raimundi has the latest relationship the aftershocks of the debate ntinue. both candidates hitting southern battleground states. in north carolina, a victory lap for hillary clinton. >> did anybody see that debate last night? he made it very clear that he didn't prepare for that debate. >> reporter: both claiming victory but donald trump complaining about a faulty microphone and unfair questions >> almost every single poll had us winning the debate against crooked hillary clinton. big league. >> wrong. >> that is absolutely -- >> wrong. >> proved over and over again. >> wrong. >> reporter: both candidates hitting each other hard on the economy, foreign policy and their experience to be president. clinton threw the first jabs slamming trump for celebrating the housing crisis.
families losing their homes? >> reporter: trump firing back at a rally in melbourne. >> she traveled all over the world and you know what it got us, nothing. >> reporter: a feisty donald trump last night after starting off the morning on the defense and doubling down on his treatment of former miss universe, alicia machado on fox news. >> she was the worst we ever had. she was the winner and, you know, she gained a massive amount of w real problem. >> reporter: machado whose story was told during the debate now a clinton campaign supporter. >> he was really rude with me. >> reporter: ray raimundi, abc news, new york. >> one more political note. hillary clinton has picked up the endorsement of the arizona republic newspaper. it actually makes it the first time the paper has backed a democrat for president in its 126-year history. >> the editorial board calls her the only choice to move america
and it asks, quote, whose hand do you want on the nuclear button? >> we move on now and more than a week after bombs went off in new york and new jersey, injuring dozens, we are learning more about the bombing suspect. ahmad rahami's father, mohamed spoke to abc's brian ross in his first sit-down interview since his son was taken into custody. he says he recently became secretive and even changed the locks on his bedroom door. >> the next day when i saw him he changed the lock >> changed the lock on his bedroom. >> yes, his bedroom. >> nobody could go in there. >> nobody could go in his room. >> is that where you think he built the bombs. >> i can't say because i didn't see nothing. >> did any of our other children see something. >> one time my grandson went to his room and screaming and kick him out back. little 4 years old. >> didn't want the little boy in. >> yeah. >> ahmad rahami is still recovering after being shot by police. you can see more of brian's interview coming up on "good morning america." mohamed rahami says he does not
newly released pictures. they took one of the bombs from a piece of luggage on a manhattan street and looking to question the two men as witnesses, not suspects. police in charlotte, north carolina, had more than protesters to deal with. a suspicious package forced the evacuation of their headquarters. the object was placed in a bomb robot last night then removed to a remote location. reports say the fedex package contained a cell phone, a flashlight and a bulb. the humanitarian crisis in aleppo is growing after the most destructive bombing in years. more than a thousand residents have died in just the past week and a half during a bombing campaign by russia and the syrian government. many homes reduced to rubble by cluster bombs which are designed to maximize casualties and witnesses say so-called bunker buster bombs were used on people in underground shelters. isolated rebels say they are determined to, quote, fight until the end. >> back in this country we're one step closer to a government
ten republicans joined democrats in voting down the measure meaning a shutdown could come as soon as this weekend. the bill would have funded the fight against zika. democrats also want to address flint, michigan,'s water crisis but republican leaders say they'll focus on flint after the election. terrorism taking center stage. congress attempts to override a presidential veto over a bill that would allow families to five hijackers from saudi citizens, however no evidence was found to prove the saudis funded the attacks. the president vetoed the bill worrying it could lead to retaliation against u.s. citizens. a fast-moving wildfire has forced hundreds of northern californians from their homes. the loma fire in the santa cruz mountains has destroyed more than 2200 acres and at least one home. another house was damaged as well. the blaze is aided by the very hot and dry conditions and the
wildfire in decades so there is a lot of brush to burn. in iowa in cedar rapids, they are breathing a sigh of relief where flood preparations apparently paid off. the cedar river creffed a foot below expectations but more importantly, the temporary flood barriers held back the water. residents also paid attention and stayed out of the downtown area as instructed. the river is expected to stay at flood stage through the end of the week. looking at the radar, huge system is swirling over lake michigan bringing rain to minnesota and the chicago and bring days of rain to the northeast. tom hanks is using his star power to shine the spotlight on millions of unsung americans. the oscar winning actor went to capitol hill to launch the hidden heroes campaign. it's an initiative for military care givers, spouses and parents as well as other loved ones who serve the country by caring for wounded warriors at home. hanknvolved at the request of the founder, former senator elizabeth dole.
calls, you pick up. you answer. she is in two words pretty convincing. and it is hard to say anything to her other than, senator, what do you need from me? >> well, dole was inspired to start the campaign when her husband, bob dole was hospitalized. the goal is to raise awareness and lead care givers to the right resources. still ahead, a mission to mars. spacex ceo's elon musk says he's got a plan and it's all about sending humans to the red planet. plus, another police involved shooting sparking outrage overnight. police releasing a new picture of the tense standoff. and an epic fail at a baseball game. see the hilarious stadium proposal that didn't quite go as
police near san diego have shot and killed a man they say assumed a shooting stance during a confrontation. this picture is from video being reviewed in el cajon. officers received a call about a 30-year-old alfred olango was shot after pointing an object at them, though they do say the object was not a gun. the officers involved are now on administrative leave. the wells fargo sales scandal will cost its ceo41 million. that's how much stock and salary john stumpf is forfeiting after the exposure of a program that encouraged employees to open accounts for customers without their permission. stumpf is scheduled to testify in front of a house committee on
senators told him he should resign. a consumer alert. tyson foods is recalling more than 132,000 pounds of chicken nuggets after receiving reports that plastic was found in some of those nuggets. the five-pound bags of fully cooked panko chicken nuggets were sold at costco stores nationwide. more information at our website, atmfans.com. the billionaire founder of private rocket company spacex has his sights set on goal, going to mars. speaking at a space conference, elon musk outlined plans for flights to the red planet beginning in 2024. now, some of spacex rockets are still blowing up on the launchpad and musk admits going to mars will be pretty risky. >> basically are you prepared to die. then if that's okay, then, you know, you're a candidate for going. >> well, all right.
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and if you're flying, airport delays are possible in chicago, detroit and washington, d.c. a sad reminder of the accident that took the life of miami marlins pitcher jose fernandez and two friends. >> a bag filled with fernandez's belongings washed ashore on miami beach. it included four baseballs, autographed with his signature. abc's steve osunsami has more on the investigation. >> reporter: the families of ace pitcher jose fernand friends emilio macias and eddy rivero are sending the man off. >> he wanted to support his friend and he died being a friend. he died being a really good friend. >> reporter: so far authorities are blaming only speed for the crash that sent fernandez's speedboat hurling into the rocks early sunday morning. >> they got a capsized vessel, by the way, the boat struck the jetty. >> reporter: friends are revealing he was very upset in
bernal, a friend in town, and rivero with fernandez at the time, bernal is begging them not to go out on the boat. try to keep him close to the shore if you go out. trust me, it's not my time yet. i know, but try to keep jose cool. tell him what i said. steve osunsami, abc news, atlanta. the man rescued after eight days in the atlantic has arrived back home to vermont. nathan carman and his mother went fishing last week. he survived the ordeal in a life raft after he says the boat crashed but his mother didn't make it. officials are investigating just how his the coast guard said there was no mayday call and there was no bad weather at the time. carman says he needs time to recuperate. >> i feel healthy. i feel healthy. emotionally i've been through a huge amount. >> family members have said that nathan has asperger's syndrome. a form of autism. court documents show he told
his mother were going fishing much further offshore than his mother intended. the world's first baby born with dna from three people. the baby delivered by american doctors in mexico, the dna came from both parents, but one piece of the mother's dna was swapped out for that of an egg donor. the technique was created to prevent the child from inheriting his mother's fatal genetic disorder. so, what does healthy mean? the fda is under pressure to revise its definition of the word back in 1994 when the current definition was established, healthy meant low fat content. the amount of sugar didn't actually matter back then so frosted cereal is considered healthy but almonds and avocados are not. that's likely to change along with the claims on packages. time now for sports and some baseball teams pursuing wild card berths. >> yeah, details now from our friends at espn. >> good morning, everyone. we're going to supply some sports. he's joking. that's neil. i'm in for larry beil.
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>> stress city. >> oh, yeah, she is looking. they're all looking for a diamond -- allegedly a diamond ring. >> my gosh. so the search continued for awhile. a few rows of people got involved in it. >> you got to wonder, is she thinking is there a really a ring. >> i've been waiting ten years for this proposal. >> however, the crowd goes wild and cheers as they find the ring. cheers all around and sh >> of course, after going through all that. she has to say yes. all right, another couple has been eliminated from "dancing with the stars," and ex-governor rick perry is an ex-dancer. the audience liked his partner emma slater's and his performance but the judges felt not so much on his paso doble. >> so, one of the judges said their routine was very catchy like a bad cold. the former texas governor says
now he'll look good on the dance floor at his daughter's wedding next month or look good in a karate class. a die-hard donald trump supporter who keeps getting his campaign signs stoling from his yard has come up with a creative solution. >> the persistent man from indiana now has a trump sign on display that cannot be picked up and moved away. he mowed trump's name into his lawn. >> a creative solution. >> no one's stealing that. >> hopefully they don't have lawn mowers nearby. >> more news after this.
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taking a look at today's stories, a state funeral is planned for friday morning for former israeli leader shimon peres who has died at age 93. the nobel peace prize winner suffered a stroke two weeks ago. after a debate that attracted a record 84 million viewers, hillary clinton will be joined by bernie sanders on the campaign trail in new hampshire today. donald trump is heading to the midwest holding rallies in iowa and wisconsin. a raging wildfire south of san jose, california, is only 10% contained and threatening hundreds of homes. it has destroyed more than 2200 acres of dry brush. looking at today's weather, heavy rain is expected in the northeast and rains likely for the southeastern coast as well as in the southwest. it will be cooler and less windy on the west coast. so every day in america some nearly 200 specially trained bomb-sniffing dogs patrol security checkpoints at more than 35 airports across the
be four fewer paws at new york's kennedy airport as one tsa canine hits retirement. wabc's kemberly richardson has more on what's next. >> my wife is in love with him. my children are in love with him. i'm in love with him. there is no way i could not have him. >> reporter: all that love for this 7-year-old black lab. >> we call it a marriage. you get married to your dog. you're with them more than any other person in your life. >> reporter: together 24/7 but life just changed for christopher nissen and his partner siller. this canine is now officially retired. christopher will soon get a replacement dog but has chosen to adopt this 58-pound charmer. >> now when i leave the house in the morning with the other one, he's going to be, why are you leaving me, daddy. it's like dropping your child off at nursery school for the first time i'm going to cry. >> reporter: they're part of the tsa's explosive detection unit.
who died september 11th, 2001 honored at this year's tunnel to tower race. this pair looks for explosives behind the scenes working all 5300 acres at jfk and other places. 10 1/2-hour shifts active for about an hour then they take a break. here he is in action, a test. we planted a substance that could be found in a bomb. within seconds siller sits, his way of saying something is there. >> he doesn't know that he just found an explosive. all he knows is that he's going to get his toy. >> reporter: a squeaky yellow ball, siller sees this as an exhausting game of hide-and-seek. >> i'm going to have to wean him down and then try and give him a new purpose. >> reporter: possibly a therapy dog. >> oh, who's a good boy? >> reporter: but for now it's job well done for this man's best friend. kemberly richardson, channel 7, eyewitness news. >> cute dog. well, that's what's making news in america this morning.
f0 it is 4:30. a dangerous suspect on the run. denver police need your help finding the person who shot a man in the head at the colonial manor hotel. >> that victim is fighting for their life. amanda del castillo joins us live from 46th avenue with what happened. >> reporter: that man is in critical condition, police are still on scene at this hour. details do remain limited. sources tell us last night a suspect kicked down a door and shot that victim in the head at point blank range before taking off. it happened just after 9:00 last night near the purina plant off i-70. we're told at least two others were around during the shooting. police aren't saying who the victim is or who the suspect