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making news in america this morning -- the battleground focus of hillary clinton and donald trump. our new poll showing trump has new ground to make up. only 15 days to go, the strategy both campaigns are deploying. we're live with the latest. we have new details about the deadly bus and truck crash in southern california. the horrific death toll and the injured now recovering. police are on the scene saying they have never seen anything like it. and breaking news this morning, a fiery plane crash. the aircraft going up in flames seconds after takeoff. late word of european officials on board that plane. and shots fired, caught on camera. this is an officer and his guest in a police cruiser chasing a suspect in a car when the passenger opens fire. now the search is on for the
good monday morning, everyone. hillary clinton starting this new week riding high as in the polls as the race for the white house heads into the final two-week stretch. >> donald trump is now trailing clinton by 12 points, dragged down by broad disapproval. but trump is coming out swinging, repeating claims that the system is rigged. angelica spanos is here with the latest. angelica, good morning. >> reporter: kendis, diane, good morning to you guys. with little time left to campaign, donald trump's team is acknowledging he's down in the polls. so he's hunkering down in florida. one of the swing states that polls show is still competitive. meanwhile, hillary clinton spent sunday in north carolina, which she hopes to have in her column come election day. in a race against time and still fighting accusations of sexual misconduct, donald trump is looking forward in the must-win state of florida. where he believes he's doing better among female voters than with male voters. >> i'll tell you what, we're
but you know, i really think those polls are very inaccurate when it comes to women. i think we're doing better with women than with men, frankly. >> reporter: newly confident, hillary clinton taking her campaign to church in north carolina. >> we gotta actually start interacting again with people we don't agree with. i do that all the time. [ laughter ] because we can't fix our problems if we don't. >> reporter: president obama in las vegas saying that trump's claim of a rigged election is a sign that he's losing. >> you've got a guy who proves himself unfit for this office every single day, every single way. and on the other side, you've got somebody who is as qualified
clinton. >> reporter: and that new poll shows clinton with a 20-point advantage with women. and a three-point edge with men. a group that's typically tilted toward trump for most of the race until now. back to you. >> for the first time, the trump campaigned admitting they're behind. angelica, thank you. and an abc news poll shows more trouble in those numbers for donald trump. 59% don't believe the vote is rigged. he's losing dramatically among nonwhites. but even among white voters, he's just four points ahead, 47-43, which is within the margin of error. and there's a bit of good news for trump. he picked up a major endorsement from nevada's largest newspaper. in backing trump, "the las vegas review journal" says he doesn't represent the danger his critics claim. the editorial board describes trump as flawed, but nonetheless preferable to hillary clinton. and taking a look at where the candidates will be today, trump travels through florida with stops in st. augustine and tampa.
as for the democrats, hillary clinton makes an appeal to new hampshire voters today. and tim kaine is headed to florida. making stops in miami and west palm beach. let's get now to breaking news that we're tracking, several of them, in fact. starting with a deadly plane crash erseas. new video just in to us shows the flaming wreckage and dark smoke at the airport in malta. five people were killed when the plane crashed just after takeoff. an eyewitness said the plane suddenly tipped on to its right side and went straight down into th on board, we're learning there were european officials on board that plane. we'll continue to stay on top of the story. also breaking overnight, the passing of anti-war activist turned politician tom hayden. he was a member of the famed chicago seven, who organized rallies at the democratic national convention. he was later a california lawmaker for nearly two decades. he was married to jane fonda for 17 years. tom hayden died in santa monica after a long illness. he was 76 years old.
a horrific bus crash in southern california. 13 people were killed. dozens others injured when a bus plowed into the rear of a tractor trailer. >> the bus was returning from a casino in the early morning hours. adrienne bankert is there. >> reporter: the tour bus crashed into the semi truck's trailer on this stretch of desert highway near palm springs about 100 miles from los angeles. the force of the collision is plain to see in the mangled wreckage. the entire front of the bus penetrated the back of the big rig. the california highway patrol says the bus was moving significantly faster than the truck. >> i will tell you that the speed of the bus was so significant that when it hit the back of the big rig trailer, the trailer itself entered about 15 feet into the bus. >> reporter: this is all that's left of the semi behind us. from witness accounts, it appeared the big rig swallowed that bus.
were crushed by the imbasket. firefighters using ladders to remove the bodies. the highway patrol gathered the victims' personal effects in paper bags. heavy machinery was needed to pull apart the massive wreckage. >> in almost 35 years, i've never been to a crash where there's been 13 confirmed fatal accidents. so it's tough. it's tough for all of us. >> reporter: the injured were taken to three hospitals. one doctor said some of their wounds could have been much worse. >> this bus struck something that was a when you usually see someone involved in a high-speed motor vehicle crash, the thing that you see is big-time broken bones. this is not one of the circumstances we were faced with. >> reporter: adrienne bankert, abc news, indio, california. we're turning our focus overseas again. where iraqi forces, special forces, have begun shelling isis resistance near mosul. as the offensive to retake the city enters its eight day.
largest city. besides iraqi fighters, there are more than 5,000 u.s. service members in iraq. 500 of them are on the front lines with the iraqis. and secretary of defense ash carter was in northern iraq where he spoke to abc's martha raddatz about the danger the u.s. troops are facing. >> make no mistake, whether they're flying airplanes overhead or whether they're advising units on the ground, even behind the front lines, they are at risk. it's also important that everybody understands that we must do this. we have to protect ourselves. >> dozens of iraqi forces are believed to have been killed since the battle for mosul started. one american, navy chief petty officer jason finan, was hit by an ied, the first u.s. death since that operation started. in neighboring iran, the president weighing in on the u.s. elections. president rouhani said the choice offered u.s. voters is between bad and worse. he sd there's no morality in the united states, referencing the debates and the way the candidates quote accuse and mock
he asked iranians, do we want such democracy in our country? coming up, what the proposed deal between at&t and time warner will mean for customers at home. and also this scene, what could cause a medical helicopter to wind up on its side like this? and what's responsible? and, check out this fiery incident right in the middle of a busy bridge. we have details on what exactly she saw the boots and fell for fall all over again. was she expecting to find the perfect designer boots uty of a store full of surprises. you never know what you're gonna find,
it was doggie destiny was mr. bonejangles expecting the perfect toy at an amazing price? of course not. he's a dog. but that's the beauty of a store full of surprises. you never know what you're gonna find, but you know you're gonna love it. an rv filled with marijuana candies went up in flames on the main bridge connecting delaware and new jersey. the weed world candies vehicle was heading to philadelphia with $50,000 worth of merchandise at the time. the vehicle a total loss. no word on what sparked the
delaware memorial bridge for hours. there are some concerns about what the proposed at&t-time warner merger could mean for consumers. privacy advocates say it would mean the ability to track customers' movements and target advertising and programming to them. but others say the new company would be able to provide more and better content. some worry time warner would charge at&t competitors more for its programming. at&t's ceo says that wouldn't be a good business move. the search is now called off for a missing hiker in oregon. 21-year-old annie schmidt was last seen a week ago in the columbia river gorge. investigators don't suspect foul play. but they worry schmidt may have gotten lost or injured. her mother admits she does not think she's alive. the search is expected to resume if any credible leads develop. authorities in north dakota are bracing for more protests after weekend clashes over a proposed pipeline. police opened fire on a drone used by activists yesterday. the sheriff says the drone got
on board feared for their lives. more than 200 people have been arrested since demonstrations started in august. the device that changed the way the world listens to music has reached a milestone. believe it or not, the ipod is now 15 year old. steve jobs introduced the first ipod on october 23, 2001. it was as thick as a deck of cards. and held 1,000 songs. it paved the way for future inventions like the iphone. for the first time this ar selfie of yourself in the voting booth. it all depends on where you live. some states now have laws that specifically allow photos. and some specifically prohibit them. in most states, however, it's a gray area. voting booth selfies are either not addressed, the laws are subject to interpretation, or impossible to enforce. >> huh. when we come back, an officer's guest in a patrol car gets the fright of her life. when a suspect opens fire.
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feel the menthol burst. and clear your worst cold symptoms. let's end this. crews in the sierra nevada are taking an explosive approach to removing giant boulders blocking the roadway. now they just blow them up. the rocks are apparently too big to be taken away b to regular tools or vehicles. and that looks a lot cooler, too. >> roads into sierra nevada are likely to be wet this morning, as are the roads in the rockies. if you're flying, airport delays are most likely in san francisco and salt lake city. for one woman outside of fresno, california, a ride-along inside a police cruiser, a pretty routine thing, turned into a terriing experience. >> that's because their squad car came under attack during what was a traffic stop. the suspect opening fire. watch this dash cam video. from a madera, california, police cruiser.
in the car for a ride-along. as he tries to pull over this silver mazda. >> he's not stopping? you're kidding me, right? >> reporter: within seconds, the officer realizes the driver is not planning on pulling over. the officer and the civilian in full pursuit. >> he has a gun, no, no, no, no. >> shots fired. >> reporter: and just look. right after the turn, you can see the gunfire. >> shots fired! >> reporter: and listen as the female passenger cries and pleads to stop the chase. don't follow him. >> reporter: the firefight disabling the police car. it rolls to a stop. the suspects taking off on foot. abandoning the mazda. incredibly, both the officer and civilian surviving. those suspects are still on the loose. we're going to have much more on that story coming up on "good morning america." to oklahoma now, where an intense manhunt is under way for man wanted for allegedly shooting two police officers with an ak-47.
vance, an excon who recently was released from jail for child sex assault. overnight, two of his relatives were shot dead. after they apparently impeded the search. that's after vance and another suspect allegedly opened fire on those two officers. >> he hit the officers down low, where everything is not real vital. and, you know, but -- if he had got them up around the vest area or whatever, it could have been a whole lot different. >> police say vance also shot and car-jacked a woman. all of the victims are expected to be okay. and a new mexico man is morning after crashing into not only a vehicle but a helicopter as well. the 26-year-old man allegedly drove through a barricade on a highway before plowing into a fire truck and a medical chopper. a landing zone had been set up. so that a patient could be picked up. luckily, the helicopter was unoccupied and not running at the time. no one was seriously injured. we're going to switch gears and talk about some sports. the indians and the cubs, well, they have today to mentally prepare themselves for the start of the world series, which takes
>> now, let's get football highlights from espn. i'm john buccigross. welcome to the studios of "sportscenter." if you went to bed early last night and didn't see the end of the cardinals-seahawk game, i can report, there was no winner. what, you ask? here's what. looks like the cardinals are going to win. in overtime. david johnson. almost in. now we have a chip shot field goal. this should be easy. chandler catanzaro. and he misses it. it hits the upright. overtime continues. now, seattle has an easy field goal to win the game. and they miss it. stephen hauschka, no! pete carroll. 6-6 tie. it's not a loss. it's not a win. eh. this was a good game. this one also went to overtime. but somebody won. chargers-falcons. chargers down by ten late.
atlanta can win the game at the end of regulation. matt bryant, oh, it hits the lower part of the left upright. we go to overtime. in overtime, josh lambo field to win it. he does. and the chargers come from behind and win the game in overtime. one more football game left this week. and of course, it's on espn tonight. "monday night football" texans and broncos. from denver. enjoy your monday, america. >> all right, our thanks there. up next in "the pulse." bill murray all dressed for the evening. his big award. and how he stole the show. and the kid who thought no one was watching. so he did this. all while he told his parents he was sleeping. see how they found out. to me the acidity of foods and what they can do to your teeth. thinning of the teeth and leading to being
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we mentioned the world series getting under way tomorrow night. well, for those wanting a seat, it's going to be rather expensive. >> one search engine found tickets for game one in cleveland, averaging more than $3,000. it's a lot more when it comes to game three. the cubs' first home game on friday night. >> those tickets, according to the same search engine, are averaging more than $6,000 each. that's what happens when you have two teams that have waited generations for a world series win. the cubs are going on 108 years. >> can you -- yeah. and cleveland since 1948. this next story may keep some moms and dads up at night. that's because this is what a florida father found while reviewing his home security video. >> not a ghost. >> his son, dylan, breaking all the rules at about 2:00 in the morning. >> you see dylan jumping on the brand-new couch. at one point he punches it.
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checking our top stories, hillary clinton is holding a 12-point lead over donald trump in a new abc news poll. clinton is campaigning in new hampshire today. while trump spends another day on the trail in florida. iraqi special forces have begun shelling isis positions near mosul. as the offensive to retake the city enters its second week. defense secretary ash carter says the battle for mosul is going according to plan. thousands of migrants are being relocated from an overcrowded camp on the coast of france to other parts of the country. they'll be able to apply for asylum. most of them say they want to go to britain. taking a look at today's weather, a new storm system moving to the west coast bringing rain and gusty winds. dry and warm in the south. and some morning showers possible in the northeast corridor. and finally, some american soldiers and their families are outraged this morning over a financial mixup. >> because the soldiers were awarded bonuses by the national
now the defense department says those bow nunss -- bonuses shouldn't have been paid out. and it's asking for its money back. abc's eva pilgrim with the details. >> reporter: thousands of soldiers fighting a new battle against the military they once proudly served. >> i had done everything they asked of me. these were promises that were made. >> it's caused stress and anxiety on my entire family. >> it was a slap in the face. >> reporter: during the height of the wars in iraq and afghanistan, the national guard offered bonuses. >> if we could wave the magic we would. then we would be breaking the law. >> reporter: now the military wants the money back from thousands of soldiers. the bonuses were supposed to go to soldiers with skills in high demand. the pentagon says they paid out bonuses to guardsmen in all 50 states who never should have qualified for the extra cash. in california, the guard going after 9700 current and retired guardsmen.
>> reporter: chris van meter, a purple heart recipient survived a roadside bomb in iraq, forced to refinance his home to repay $46,000 in bonuses. >> you have thousands of soldiers having to pay this money back. >> reporter: brian who also served in iraq, refused to pay. >> i felt totally betrayed by my commanders. >> reporter: after brian filed a bonus repayment. he's not dropping his case for the sake of his fellow soldiers. eva pilgrim, abc news, new york. >> amid the controversy, the california national guard tells abc news it's already waived repayment of $37 million in bonuses. as you can see, that doesn't mean everyone is now debt-free. >> thousands of soldiers are still on the hook for a lot of money. that's what's making news in america this monday morning. >> do stay with us for "good morning america." and come find us at atmfans.com. have great monday, everybody,
when a gentleman came out with an ak-47 and opened fire on everybody. >> a man with an assault rifle taking aim at officers and anyone who gets in his way. we have details on this investigation in a moment. for no reason in johnstown and now the owner wants answers and see if you can help. plus. there were four shootings across the denver-metro. two turning fatal. we'll talk details next. first we want to get to breaking international news. a deadly plane crash in europe. >> danielle has the latest from our first alert desk. >> we have the moments this plane went down at the multa airport. all ive people