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breaking news on "world news now," an earthquake rattles the heartland. >> the 5.0 magnitude quake felt in the central portion of the country caused damage to buildings and leveled homes and they are trying to get a sense of the destruction. the latest from the epicenter just ahead. fbi director james comey announced hillary clinton has been cleared in the latest round of e-mail investigation. donald trump reacting to the news calling clinton still guilty. more in a minute. and in this final push to election day, the candidates, as you can imagine, are racking up some serious travel miles, hitting as many swing states as possible. we'll take you to one of those battlegrounds to see why the election may end up a lot tighter than some are
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cheeto. if you see a majestic animal, you may want to bid on it. if you find out what the owner got for it, you'll see what a deal it is. that's in the mix on this monday, november 7. from abc news, this is "world news now." don't know what it is. >> i see a corkscrew. what's that say about me? >> well, that says you have daddy issues from when you were younger. no, i don't know. i couldn't see much in it at all. the ross unit investigated it, and they came back with findings. we'll let you know what it is in the mix. we begin on a serious note with breaking news this morning. latest in a string of earthquakes in central oklahoma. the 5.0 earthquake hit cushing,
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that is >> this was the 19th quake recorded in oklahoma in the past week. >> and the quakes have been traced to waste with water tr oil and gas water being injected into the ground just moments ago. we spoke to the city manager in curbing and he spoke about what the quake felt like. >> caller: for someone who has not experienced a major earthquake, it's like an experience you'll never forget. th itself, it was almost as though something had exploded beneath my home, and i could feel every wall shaking and things were falling. it was a very scary experience. so as far as powerful, i don't know how to judge it, but i can tell you i've never experienced anything quite like that. >> and this has become, unfortunately, familiar in the area. i know just in the past week
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how worried are you about how this progresses now? >> very. i can say that i've experienced two earthquakes within one year, which prior to that, i don't have any memory of having experienced them in such regularity. so i'm very concerned from a personal perspective as well as what this may mean going forward. >> all right. jeremy, thank you. >> thank you. we're going to turn our focus right now to politics. the fbi has once again cleared hillary clinton of criminal wrongdoing regarding her e-mails. >> fbi director james comey stated that the fbi still sees no reason for clinton to face charges. arlet joins us with the latest on this. good morning. a lot of developments. >> reporter: good morning, diane and kendis.
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with the announcement, but no word from the candidate herself, but she's focused on closing arguments to voters in critical, final hours. as she crisscrossed the country over the weekend, clinton's celebrity friends joins joined her on the campaign trail making her pitch. beyonce and lebron james on the trail with her. hours ago, she had a helping hand from james taylor in new hampshire where she said there was a clear choice in the election. here is what she had to say. >> this election is a moment of reckoning. it is a choice between division or unity, between strong, steady leadership, or a loose cannon who could put everything at risk. so, my friends, this is one of these elections that really is a crossroads election in our country. >> reporter: now clinton will
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crossroad when she hits three states later today. she'll be traveling to michigan, north carolina, and will make twseparate stops in pennsylvania. that marquis moment will come in philadelphia where we will see a campaign first. hillary clinton sharing a stage with her husband, president bill clinton, first lady michelle obama, and president obama. diane, kendis? >> all right. arlet, thank you. well, donald trump is not letting go of the e-mail issue. trump insists it would have been impossible through so many e-mails in such a short time. he's, again, calling the system rigged. abc's tom llamas is on the campaign trail with what trump said just hours ago. >> right now she's been protected by a rigged system. it's a totally rigged system. i've been saying it for a long time. you can't review 650,000 new e-mails in eight days. you can't do it, folks. hillary clinton is guilty. she knows it. >> reporter: as trump's march to
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in iowa, excitement in the air. >> two days away. we will get the change you've been waiting for for your entire life. >> reporter: in nevada, a scare, the republican nominee spotting a protester in the crowd. >> we have one of those guys from the hillary clinton campaign. >> reporter: less than a minute later, secret service agents rushing the stage. trump ducking down, security guards and police jumping barricades to calm the scene. enforcement jumped into action after someone shouted gun. minutes later, trump was back. >> nobody said it was going to be easy for us. but we will never be stopped. never, ever be stopped. >> reporter: trump's son, don jr., and a top campaign aide soon retweeting this message. hillary ran away from rain
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after assassination attempt. but it was no assassination attempt. police determined the protester was unarmed and he was later released. also in nevada, republicans alarmed by images like this, a long line of latino voters in snaking through this polling station in las vegas. >> it's been reported that certain key democratic polling locations in clark county were kept open for hours and hours beyond closing time to bus and bring democratic voters in. folks, it's a rigged system. >> reporter: it's common practice that as long as you're in line when polls close, you get to cast your ballot. this weekend, a marathon, trump crisscrossing the country. we started at 10:00 a.m. in tampa, and it's now 1:00 a.m. on the east coast. the campaign slate for 15 hours. in denver, trump supporters telling me they're excited to take down hillary clinton.
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think that won't admit until election day that they're going to vote trump. >> i'm not a huge trump fan. most people i know of are not huge trump fans. but they don't like hillary. >> you really don't like hillary, though? >> no way. no way. >> reporter: everything with trump is a competition, and even crowd sizes. and he's accusing hillary of cheating because she's using celebrities like bey jay-z and said he could use stars, but doesn't need them. ending the campaign like he started, all by himself. sterling heights, michigan. well, trump wrapped up his fifth rally of the day well after midnight this morning with five more rallies on tap today and so does clinton. >> it is that final stretch. abc news political director crick cline has more insight on this marathon of campaigning now and the fbi's decision. rick? >> diane and kendis, the object surprise met its november surprise.
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a surprise letter that suggests that the e-mail probe he said ould be opened days ago now closed again. they rejoice on the news because there's a clean bill of legal health heading into the election. donald trump supporters saying it was clinton's folks who questioned the fbi's director impartiality all along. this clears hillary clinton. she's able to close the campaign the way she wants that's lebron james or john bon jovi. she can turn her attention, and now donald trump is scattered around the states to make up whatever ground he has. momentum back with hillary clinton supporters. hillary clinton, once again, established as the front runner, but it is too soon to call the election. too many battle ground states at play. clinton seeing a good weekend come from a bad stretch. >> rick, thank you. and a reminder to tune in on election night for full coverage here on abc. >> starting at 7:00 p.m. eastern time tuesday evening going all night and well into the early morning hours of wednesday.
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coalition fighting isis is now setting sights on the syria city of raqqa. the city is the so-called capital of isis in syria. sources are moving in from the north,.capturing several small villages already. capturing raqqa is necessary to disrupt the group's ability to carry out terrorist attacks in the u.s. and other countries. the battle for raqqa could force them to divert from mosul, and going on for a few weeks and slowed as iraqi forces push into more densely populated areas. however, yesterday, the government troops opened a safe passage for civilians trapped in mosul to leave. trucks and buses transported more than 300 families. back here in the u.s. and a wild shootout in georgia between sheriff deputies and a suspect leaves one deputy dead and another in critical condition can. authorities in peach county near
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37. investigators say the suspect opened fire on deputies when they got out of their vehicle in his driveway. other deputies responding to the scene exchanged gunfire with the suspect, hitting him, and he's now in the hospital. the deceased deputy is identified as 41-year-old patrick sondron. gasoline is, once again, flowing through a pipeline between the gulf coast and new york city. e one week ago altered the flow raising prices in the northeast. colonial pipeline says it takes three days for gasoline to arrive at the new jersey terminal. this pipeline can carry 1.3 million barrels of gas a day. and in football yesterday, the indianapolis colts got a little help, you could say, beating the green bay packers. give an assist to this squirrel, which made its second appearance of the game. >> second. >> late in the third quarter. >> so the packers were in control on the colts' 12 yard
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defense. the officials called a timeout, and when play resumed, aaron rodgers, the qb, threw an incomplete pass. oh. the packers had to settle for a field goal and the colts hold on to win, 31-26. >> squirrel was not available for interviews after the game. could not track him down. he's remaining anonymous at the moment. >> that said, the packers are looking to sign up that squirrel because he runs faster than any other running back. >> he's trying to show them where the end zone is. right here, guys. coming up, much more welcomed addition to the football field. >> a team's loyal manager takes the field in an emotional triumph, and the entire community rallies around him. you'll see why. also ahead, we're going to talk to voters in a key battleground state to see why areas once thought to be firmly red or blue are looking much more purple this election season. you're watching "world news now." atching "world news now."
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with 20 electoral votes up for grabs, the keystone state could play a key role in tomorrow's election. a lot of people looking at pennsylvania, but some of the state's voting patterns seem to be changing. martha radditz has been on the trail. >> reporter: on the first of the trips to western pennsylvania last summer, i met the mayor. >> over the years, you look, we
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jobs. >> reporter: the mayor is a democrat who, today, is still undecided between trump and clinton. how big's this town? >> it used to be 23,000, 24,000. there's 7,500 left. that's all that's left. >> reporter: he still can't quite believe that what remains of his town is now trump country. >> you're ok signs because it was a no-no. you got trump again. you see? >> reporter: trump, trump, trump, trump. but yard signs aside, for generations, the small towns of western pennsylvania have trended increasingly red. west moreland county split 50/50 clinton swlsh/dole and hasn't looked back.
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pennsylvania have gone rust red, the suburbs have been moving in the opposite direction. delaware county's 30% nonwhite compared to 5% in west moreland county. >> it's going to be hillary because i think she's going to bring a different type of change regardless of what's going on with the whole e-mail thing. >> reporter: we started out assuming the answer to our simple question, how will swing state voters behave, would have a complicated answer, and for some, it really will be. >> i may elect myself for president of the united states because i'm probably more qualified. >> reporter: in fact, we found the same trend observers have seen going back 30 years. areas around cities getting bluer and more diverse. small towns getting poorer and more conservative.
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hillary clinton because there are just more people around philadelphia. we refer to the states as the rust belt, as if they are one undifferentiated thing, but maybe it's two americas, so close, you drive between front lines without crossing state lines. martha radditz, abc news. >> our thanks to martha there. coming up, a hero is born under the friday night lights. >> the moment of glory that one high school football manager will savor, he says, for the rest of his life. you're watching "world news now." stay with us.
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final game of the high school football season is always bittersweet for the student athletes and their fans, of course. >> but it was more sweet than bitter at one high school in virginia where a very special team manager saw his dream come true.
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>> reporter: last game of the season in virginia. as the chargers take the field, number 11 there is about to play in his very first me. 17-year-old jeffrey creighton has intellectual disabilities caused by fragile x syndrome so he's been the chargers manager for four years. >> never did we think that he would be in a -- in a uniform ready to play a game. >> reporter: but the coach felt the chargers' biggest fan should suit up. >> he's so excited. he can't stop talking and smiling. >> reporter: one play only, but for jeffrey, it might as well been the super bowl. >> jeffrey, how was it? >> it was just so touching to see him in his glory. >> reporter: a moment he and his teammates will never forget. david wright, abc news, new york. >> imagine how pumped they were to see that. >> such a great moment.
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all right we start now with the mix, a little romantic note to start things off. this one you might like, actually. >> really? i don't know. >> this proposal was very creative. a crocodile handler in the middle of his show called his girlfriend of three years into the pit. >> okay. this the end? is he going to try to -- a way of breaking up with me? a little harsh. but, no. turned his back -- >> on the crocodile. >> he turned his back on the crocodile? >> yes. to show that he can trust the crocodiles and she can trust him. okay. i made that whole part up.
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she, of course, said yes. a good time was had by all. >> of course, she had to say yes. otherwise -- >> yeah. >> that's why he called the crocodile out of the water. >> say yes or else. >> oh, fluffy is coming after you. >> exactly. fluffy. >> leave it to you to turn a proposal into a threat. >> yes, of course. okay. here's something. this is really cool. this guy on ebay has placed this cheeto up f says it looks like an eagle. he says it looks like a bald eagle. >> how? >> the base asking price? >> $5,000. >> what? >> yeah, yeah. there's actually a science or theory behind all of this. earlier this summer, cheetos actually opened a museum for weird looking cheetos, offering up to $250,000 for the weirdest
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>> not making it into the museum? >> barely looks edible. >> doesn't look like -- eagle perched on something? >> looks like a preying mantis, doesn't it? >> i don't know. something i might make $5,000 for. a christmas tree made of wine bottles. >> oh. that's cool. >> it's time, everyone's instagraming christmas decorations, and some are creative this year making these. it's a full-on tower of wine bottles, and -- >> these are empty, right? >> here's the thing. these are empty, right -- >> okay. >> i think it should be like the advent calendar, start with one layer of the empty bottles, and as it goes on, and drink more and more, so by the end, you have the full tree. >> i'd have a full tree after eight hours. kendis is like, i built it. it was supposed to be the whole season, kendis. >> it's only halloween. keeps on winning the internet on instagram with fantastic hair.
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break news on world news now, a major earthquake rattled the central plains. the 5.0 jolt felt across the region as one hard hit city from the epicenter attempts to dig out from the rubble. the latest details, just coming in. and with less than 24 hours un clinton and donald trump are full speed ahead. trump's backed up schedule is forcing him to hold ralellies late into the night.. meanwhile, clinton's campaign gets relief as the fbi once again clears her in the reopened investigation into her e-mails. all the details coming up. an event to celebrate autumn takes a terrible turn. >> a catapult used to launch pumpkins breaks apart sending machinery into the crowd. some spectators are injured. we'll have the latest on that, coming up.
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at last night's mt the v europe music awards? here is a hint. it was not beyonce or adele, and none of the winners were actually on hand to collect their awards. at least the big ones. that's all ahead on the skinny on this monday, november 7th. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> oscars, grammys, mtv emas? >> i was washing my hair that day. >> i had to do the laundry. >> sorry. i was really busy. >> would really love to be there. props to the emas. we'll get you all the details. we'll have -- >> are they even called the emas? >> yeah, the mtv emas. on twitter, that's what they called it. we'll break it all down, red carpet, behind the scenes coverage. >> can't wait. but we're going to start on a serious note and the situation in oklahoma.
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that literally shook people from their beds last night. >> this is in a key oil hub in that state. a 5.0 magnitude quake hit sunday night near the city of curbing, about 50 miles northeast of oklahoma city. >> city officials are still assessing theamage to the buildings and oil pipelines. no problems reported as of yet. authorities said there's minor injuries, though. residents described what it felt like when the shaking started. >> i just heard the whole house shaking, and i went outside, i heard the rumbling in the ground, and i don't know what was going on. nothing in our house broke or fell off the wall. >> flew off the couch because it was shaking. my aunt grabbed my cousin and we ran outside. and the after shakes were just crazy because it was like -- yeah. >> amazing. earlier, we spoke to curbing's
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frazier. here's what he had to say. >> for someone who has not experienced a major earthquake, it's an experience like you'll never forget. the strength of the earthquake itself, it was almost as though the -- something had exploded beneath my home. i could feel every wall shaking and things were falling. it was a very scary experience. >> amazing coming from someone in an area that's been hit by quite a few of these recently. >> been getting a lot. >> frazier also said the oil pipelines and storage tanks appear to be has one of the world's largest oil storage terminals. so you're going to see people making sure all the ts crossed and is are dotted when comes to storage inspections. the event that rocked the race over the weekend. a big sigh of relief for hillary clinton as the fbi clears her once again. >> a week after shaking up the race, fbi director james comey says the recent review into
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nothing to change his initial conclusion, so clinton is not facing charges. it's your voice, your vote, and we're traveling with the clinton campaign and cecelia vega has the latest. >> reporter: hillary clinton landing in cleveland, waiting for the cameras, but not answering questions about that fbi announcement. clinton was on her campaign plane flying between battleground states when the news broke. aides huddled around an iphone. one coming back to tell reporters -- can >> we're glad that this matter is resolved. >> reporter: then an announcement. >> we are adding a guest to our rally on -- to our night in philadelphia and that bruce springsteen will be appearing and performing. >> reporter: it has been a weekend of star-studded campaigning. clinton in ohio calling on cleveland's most famous son, lebron james, for an assist. >> i grew up in the inner city, and i know the whole notion of getting out and voting.
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i was around a community that was like, our vote doesn't matter. but it does. it really, really does. >> reporter: it comes on the heels of clinton's appearance with jay z and beyonce and pantsuit brigade. >> eight years ago, i was so inspired to know my nephew, a young black child, could grow up knowing his dreams could be realized by witnessing a black president in office. i want my daughter to grow up seeing a woman lead our country, and that is why i'm with her. >> reporter: it is a true battleground blitz. we are here in philadelphia in a motorcade. hillary clinton is headed to church. clinton is making a last-minute appeal to african-american voters. >> there is a lot of of noise and a lot of distraction meant to throw us off our path. it's meant to undermine our
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>> reporter: behind the scenes, the clinton team is frustrated by the new development. the initial announcement from the director could not have come at a worst time for them. voting underway for nine days while this hung over hillary clinton's head, but, look, they are now looking ahead to the final rally on independence mall in philadelphia, a passing of the torch, the obamas and clintons side by side. cecelia vega, abc news, cleveland, ohio. >> cecelia, thanks. donald trump will be on the move on his final full day of to the polls. >> rallying supporters well past midnight this morning, hammering hillary clinton and the fbi, and for the latest, we turn now to abc's arles signs. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. just over a week ago, donald trump praised the fbi director for reviewing hillary clinton's e-mails. now he's back to accusing the fbi of giving hillary clinton a pass. at the campaign stop after campaign stop, donald trump expressed disbelief that the fbi had concluded its investigation
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in such a short period of time. he said it's up to the american voters to hold hillary clinton accountable. here he was in virginia awhile ago in virginia. >> this is a rigged system. hillary clinton is guilty. she knows it. the fbi knows it. the people, the fbi, they know it. i think it's very embarrassing to them. and now it's up to the american people to deliver the justice. >> if we seize on this november surprise throughout the rest of his campaign blitz. that starts later this morning and he's going to have five stops today starting in florida then making his way to north carolina, pennsylvania, new hampshire and michigan. he hopes to bring it over to his column, guys. >> there's a report that trump's changing his twitter habits we've all become so familiar with.
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>> reporter: we heard about them throughout the campaign. the "new york times" reported the trump campaign took over his twitter account. tweets have come up throughout the democratic campaign, fuels criticism, and if you see them, they are more restrained. that could be a glimpse into the strategy for the final hours of the election, stay on message. >> seems kind of odd, doesn't it? those tweets have contributed to a lot of his support. i'm sure people who like them, a dramatic change close to the election. is that unusual? >> reporter: not necessarily. that he's focusing on his message. but with donald trump, you also can't take anything for granted and he could yet surprise us in the coming days. >> i agree. those tweets have given me life at 3:00 a.m. i am severely disappointed if they took his phone away from him. >> i don't know that he'll abide by those rules, but we'll see. >> we still have about 40 hours or so to go.
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7:00 p.m. eastern tuesday evening going all night. coming up, the desperate search to find a missing mother. she was last seen jogging. now she's gone with very little for investigators to go on. the family is convinced she was abducted. we'll have the latest details on why. and the place kicker who tried to show off some fancy footwork, but it doesn't quite go well. what went wrong? unit is on it.mouth often feel dry? a dry mouth can cause cavities and bad breath. over 400 medications can cause a dry mouth. that's why there's biotene. biotene can provide soothing dry mouth relief. and it keeps your mouth refreshed too. remember while your medication is doing you good, a dry mouth isn't. biotene,
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a woman is in critical condition after an air cannon exploded during a pumpkin chucking contest in delaware. investigators say the cannon called the pumpkin reaper came apart during the launch sending machinery flying. the 39-year-old woman was hit in the head and face. a 56-year-old man was also hurt with nonlife threatening injuries. u.s. backed forces battling isis have a new focus. the isis stronghold in syria in the city of raqqa. meanwhile, iraqi government troops are advancing in the outskirts of mosul meaning isis can't pull all of its resources into either of the battles. both ground operations are supported by coalition air strikes, as well. the army identified three u.s. soldiers killed friday in jordan, green berets, based in ft. campbell, kentucky. staff sergeant matthew lulin,
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and staff sergeant james moriariti all died while under fire entering a military base. the incident could have been a result of miscommunication. a real estate held wound bond after confessing to four murders from 2002. he appeared before a judge this weekend. last week, a woman found chained inside a container on his rural property. the remains of her boyfriend and those of another person were also discovered on the prope investigation is extending to other properties he currently owns or once owned. a desperate search underway in california for a missing mother who vanished jogging near her home. this morning, a reward for leads in that case is now growing. here's abc's adrian banker. >> reporter: the frantic search, a wife and mother of two vanishing bout a trace. the reward now $50,000 to bring sherry peppini home safely. we reached her husband. >> she's a fighter. she would do anything for me,
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wednesy jogging near her home. three and a half hours later, failing to pick up her two young children from day care. her husband traced her abandon phone using the find my phone app. >> she just wouldn't drop her phone if she was running away. >> reporter: the family convinced she was abducted. >> she wouldn't leave her babies. >> reporter: according to the police, pappini, nicknamed super mom, last seen wearing a pink jogging top. the last message to her husband asking if he was coming home for lunch. her husband has been questioned and is cooperating with invest gaiters and pleading to the public for the safe return of his wife. adrian bankert, abc news, los angeles. now to the nfl, and it looks like the silver and black is back again. so three seasons ago, the oakland raiders were one of the worst teams in the league. now they're sitting in first place in the afc west. sunday night, the raiders knocked off a defending super
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touchdown runs. you saw one there. oakland already matched the win total from last season with seven. congrats to the raiders. the big afc north matchup between pittsburgh and the baltimore ravens included this on-side kick. in the last minutes, chris boss well, he is trying to pull off some sort game. wrapping the right leg around the left on the kick, but he just kicked himself and then he got a penalty for the troubles, as well. and the ravens won it. >> no, they lost? >> it's worse than the butt fumble. >> such an obvious mistake. it looks like a move that's very commonly done in soccer, only soccer balls are easier to do it that way.
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>> from spain, i think. >> portugal. you know where he's from. >> he does the kick there. >> portugal. that's the portuguese soccer player, best player from portugal. >> so that's what he's trying to do. >> watch again. >> oh! not quite. epic fail. sorry, buddy. maybe they'll get renaldo tr portugal to come visit. >> he's a nice filipino guy. when we come back, the latest awards show. "snl." >> he's from belize, that's right. you better belize it. "world news now" continues
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? skinny so skinny ? all right, time now for "the skinny" starting with last night's mtv music awards in the netherlands. >> yes, lady gaga, justin bieber, and 21 pilots were the winners. each scooping up two awards. they weren't there. >> none of them? >> not a single one. >> non of them went to the awards show. >> not even a backup singer. bieber in canada, this video shows him surprising fans over the weekend with one of his
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say, as he tickled the ivories in a bar in toronto. >> lady gaga made a brief prerecorded speech from tokyo acknowledging the award, and while green day dissed donald trump, dusting off one of their oldies, remember the 2004 song titled "american idiot" and this time they dedicated it to trump, apparently. >> yeah. it was pretty good. you have kate mckinnon and alec baldwin weekend, of course, on "snl," perhaps for the last time in their roles. >> putting on a great skit, a lot of funny jokes, and then a little something else. take a look. >> i mean, am i crazy, or does it seem like the fbi is trying to get donald trump elected president? >> no, no, that's crazy coo coo. the fbi's not trying to help me. the fbi doesn't like me. i mean, what even is the fbi? >> i'm going to grab coffee. you want some? >> no, i'm good, thanks,
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>> you saw that, right? he kissed an fbi guy? >> suddenly, without warning, the two of them broke character in the skit. >> i'm sorry, kate. i just hate yelling all this stuff at you like this. >> yeah. i know. right? this whole election has been so meaningless. >> i feel gross all the time. don't you guys feel gross all the time about this? you know what i think can help us? let's get out of here. >> what? where would we go? >> you'll see. ? >> this was amazing. the two ran right out of 30 rock and ran around times square to hug complete strangers. they even shared a pretzel. at one point, they were handing out balloons to people. i would love to see the real
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lysol that. ? a nice message. >> yeah. the supremes there. bringing everybody together. >> no matter what side you're on. >> before the group broke apart. nice message from them. so the polls or the pundits are now in. >> so close. >> at this point, it's anyone's guess to who will be the next president. >> but many voters have been looking elsewhere, ignoring the
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completely for political guidance, and abc nick watt checked it out for us. >> reporter: i want to know if donald trump will win the election. ? here in heavily hispanic east l.a., some are seeking supernatural help. the woman has the power? >> yeah, yeah. >> reporter: that's hillary. >> yeah. it is hillary. >> reporter: trump talk of deporting illegals has some worried going to mediums like angelita. they pray, leave offerings he and seek reassurance, but -- he has a chance? >> yeah, yeah. >> reporter: how can we tell this? that one? around the corner, her clients are obsessing over the election. >> she's saying they want to do rituals and things like that but the major problem is, they don't know where to vote.
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corner, trump pinatas are outselling clinton. he's in prison garb and cuffs. i'm a journalist and impartial. back to professora angelita. >> she has bad news for you. >> oh, yeah? >> that someone's going to betray you in love. >> betray me in love? moving on. right now, clinton has a narrow lead. will that last? >> i don't like it. >> reporr: a card up his sleeve. according to her cards, there could be time for one more twist. nick watt, abc news, los angeles. >> what will the twist be? >> i don't know if we can handle any more twists this election season. we have one day to go. let's just get there. >> have you been to one of those?
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good morning, i'm kendis gibson. >> i'm diane macedo. here's the top headlines we're following this morning on "world news now." we have breaking news of an earthquake jarring a major oil hub in the plains. officials in cushing, oklahoma are assessing the damage. they're now focussingn hillary clinton received the all-clear yet again after reviewing thousands of additional e-mail, and the fbi announced she will not face charges. donald trump firing back with his claim that the system is rigged. full report coming up. and closing arguments are expected today in the trial against justin ross harris. that's the atlanta failure accused of leaving his son in a hot car to die. the defense wrapped up last week without harris taking the stand.
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pipeline from the gulf coast to the new york city area after being shut down a week ago after a fire in alabama. those are the top stories we're following on this monday, november 7th. from abc news, this is "world news now." good morning, everyone, we're going to start with that a breaking news and concerns this morning as a major oil hub is shaken by a powerful earthquake. >> it was centered in curbing, oklahoma. the powfu hit before 8:00 p.m. central sunday. >> officials say there's been quite a bit of damage with just a few minor injuries. the quake sent some of the town's nearly 8,000 residents racing from their homes. >> i came flying up off the couch because i felt it all shaking. my aunt went and grabbed my cousin off our bunk bed and we ran outside. and the after shakes were just crazy because they were just like -- yeah. >> here's why this is getting a
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oil hub for the entire country, and it's home to one of the world's largest oil storage terminals. so far, no problems have been reported. >> keep in mind, this was the 19th earthquake in oklahoma in just the past week, and that has curbing's assistant city manager, jeremy frazier, very concerned. >> caller: i can say that i've experienced two earthquakes within one year, which prior to that, i don't have any memory of having experienced them in such regularity, so i'm very concerned from a personal perspective as well as what >> just has a vivid description, too, of what the quake felt like. these quakes have been traced to waste water and oiand gas injected into the ground. >> rattled by thousands of earthquakes in recent years, and this was the fifth most powerful in the state. >> lucky there was not more serious injuries and nobody killed.
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we turn now to the final scramble for votes on the eve of election day, of course, following a november surprise. >> so after causing a furrer by telling congress the fbi was looking into e-mails involving hillary clinton, the fbi director, james comey, delivered a stunning announcement, standing by the decision not to file charges. it's your voice, your vote. here's mary bruce. >> reporter: from october surprise to election eve reprieve, fbi director james comey cleared hillary clinton again of criminal acts involving her e-mails. now he's telling congressional leaders based on our review, we have not changed our conclusions that we expressed in july. when the director called clinton's handling of sensitive e-mails extremely careless, but
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>> no charges are appropriate in this case. >> reporter: donald trump reacted in frustration. >> and now it's up to the american people to deliver justice at the ballot box on november 8th. >> clinton had no public comment. she was in another star-studded campaign stop. this time with lebron james. >> i was around the community that was, like, our vote doesn't matter. but it really does. it really, really does. >> campaigning in a black church in philadelphia, clinton sounded a note of finality. >> everything you care about. everything i care about and i've wo >> reporter: there was more good news for her campaign. a new abc news national tracking poll now has her with a five-point lead over donald trump. both candidates are on barn storming binges before facing voters. >> first thing you should do is get rid of clinton. >> this is one of these elections that really is a crossroads election in our
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>> reporter: their long and winding road coming to an end on tuesday. mary bruce, abc news, washington. and president obama is campaigning for clinton down to the wire. the president will make stops in michigan and new hampshire today and then join the first lady for a joint rally with clinton and her family in pennsylvania tonight. at a rally in florida yesterday, he took aim at trump's character. >> there's been so much negativity and so much noise and so much distraction and innuendo and so many rumors and false statements. but i want you to focus on this election and its candidates, because the truth is, the choice choont be simpler or clearer. >> the president went on to mock trump over a report that his own campaign apparently had taken away his access to twitter. >> as mary mentioned, clinton is still holding a slight lead in the polls. >> and nick silver -- nate silver, that is, breaks it down by the numbers.
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three-point lead nationally for clinton. she's about a 2-1 favorite. the electoral college map is less solid for clinton than it was for obama four years ago. four years ago, obama was ahead in three states, but clinton has about 270. so she's one state away from potentially losing the electoral college. you'd rather be in her shoes than donald trump's, but it's not terribly safe position. >> nate silver will be on "gma" later today w >> tomorrow, count on our team for election results. coverage starts at 7:00 eastern time and i believe it ends thursday at 9:00 a.m. just keeps on going. >> we'll probably see you friday. >> yeah, uh-huh. the city of philadelphia is breaking news from philadelphia, janet reno has died. she faced criticism for her
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she is a florida native.. she unsuccessfully ran for governor in 2002. she died from complications from parkinson's disease. a deputy sheriff has been killed in a dispute between neighbors in florida. deputy saunders died and deputy smallwood is in critical condition following the shooting.. the deputies were shot ambush style and didn't even have a the suspect is now in candidate. jury selection begins today in a high row file hate crime case in charles ton, south carolina. dylan roof charged with killing nine people at an african-american church in downtown charleston, he faces hate crime charges and could get the death penalty if convicted. picking a jury is expected to take weeks. and robert durst facing
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for allegedly murdering a friend 16 years ago. he gained notoriety featuring "the jinx" casting suspicion on him for several crimes. he was held in new orleans on federal weapons charges until now. a real estate agent held without bond after confessing to four murders from 2002. he appear before a judge this weekend, but said very little. >> sir, just understand the family is here and anything you with wish to say at this time? >> not at this time, sir. >> last chained inside a container on colub's rural property. the remains of her boyfriend and those of another person were also discovered on the property. they extended the search to other nearby properties that he currently or used to own or currently owns. anti--isis forces are now advancing on another isis strong hold. the kurdish and arab troops are now in raqqa, the headquarters
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they are getting support from air strikes by the u.s.-led coalition, and as with mosul and iraq, the operation is expected to take weeks. in hong kong, meanwhile, thousands of people took to the streets to protest china's intervention in the city's political process. china barred two democratically elected lawmakers from taking office. the two have refused to pledge their allegiance to beijing and support independence for hong kong. they said it undermines hong kong's autonomy which was promised to them when the british colony was returned to china in 1997. so you remember the two australians who pranked their way into a north korean golf tournament? you see them here, pretending to be members of the team, complete with fake green jackets, well, now north korea's inviting them to return. >> inge sifrting, really, tt they come back and apologize on national television. now, they say that is not going
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prison doesn't exactly appeal. besides, they are now getting all sorts of offers back home. >> oh, i'm sure. >> so north korea did not enjoy the prank so much, but -- >> but i assume north korea would pay for their flight. >> i think that's a thanks, but no thanks, appreciate it. >> lodging would be free. >> i'm washing my hair that day. coming up, saving up for the holidays with only 48 days left .counting until christmas. there's still some time to carve everyone on your gift list including us here at "world news now." >> take out a small loan. >> we'll give you some tips. >> thankfully, less than one day away from the presidential election after a campaign season that feels like it started decades ago. we'll have a breakdown of the election season by the numbers. first, a look at today's high temperatures. >> "world news now" weather brought to you by mucinex fast
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so it feels like it's been a decade since donald trump made that historic announcement that he's running for president on the grand escalator on the trump tower in new york back in june of last year. can you believe that? >> it's been quite a while, but only one day left to go now, and we've had quite a few twists and turns in white house finally coming to an end. >> yeah. so much has happened. >> so where exactly did that road take everybody? ar let is joining us now with a look at the election season by the numbers. and they tell us quite a bit, don't they? >> yes. and we actually know how many days it's been since trump rode down that escalator.
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>> wow. >> it's been quite a long time, and those are some of the numbers our team tallied up breaking down to show us where this campaign shook out, so let's start with that campaign pace. since entering the race, clinton visited 37 states plus d.c. and puerto rico while trump visited 44 and also district of columbia, and don't forget about the trips to scot land and mexico.land and mexico. by the end of tonight, trump will have given 302 speeches, just a few dozen more than hillary clinton. now we see the candidates drill in on the same state, and in the final month, both candidates spent the most time in florida, clinton spending eight days there, and trump ten, including one today. there's the fund raising where we really see a big difference. trump attended tweak 50-60 fundraisers while clinton went to over 350, and that obviously affects how much money they raise. clinton raising nearly two times more than donald trump, and how are they spending that money? well, a good portion of it is on ads, an area where the clinton team beat trump. according to analysis, clinton and pacs support hillary clinton
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million. in fact, clinton spent almost as much in the state of florida alone as trump has in the entire country. just some of the few nuggets we are learning about the final days before the election. >> and if he happens to win, this will up end everything we know about how you run for president. all those field offices, all the ads. >> exactly. and one thing i noticed being out on the campaign trail is you really don't see yard signs any more. >> that's true. >> and that's one thing that's going away. >> media instead. thanks so much. coming up, the holiday shopping countdown is on. we have tips for you. stay with us. "world news now" continues
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>>th begins in less than three weeks, can you believe it? if you have not saved up for the gifts, you need to. your relatives are not going away soon. but it is not too late. vera gibbons is here with us. she's a consumer analyst for gasbddy.com. and you have some really cool tips. i read all of them. >> they are easy too.
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>> well, just your tax withholdings. >> okay. >> refunds average $3,000 a year, so that's $250 a month in your pocket. better to get the money as you earn it than to give the government an interest-free loan. change it. taking more allowances boosts the take home pay and see the changes reflect the in the next check. just have it done. >> my problem with that is i'll boost it tr one deduction to, like, nine. >> talk to someone to get the number right. because you want to come out so want to get a big massive tax refund every year. that's not a good idea. >> but it's a great idea for a couple weeks to get some gifts and get a little more in your paycheck. >> definitely. >> i'm a victim of this, doing it all the time, eating out less you mentioned. >> spend a couple thousand dollars a year just eating lunch. make your own food, grocery costs have been falling for ten
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home and save over a couple hundred dollars. >> including cutting back on your orders. >> there you go. that's the big money drainer. avoid retail ripoffs. there's a lot out there. movie theater popcorn marked up as much as 1,300%. wine you buy at the restaurants, 100% to 200% wine, coffee, another 300%. precut fruits and vegetables is 25% to 30% the. so if you avoid one or two of these retail ripoffs, you can save easily $100. >> cut your own fruit, make your own popcorn, and stomp your own grapes for wine. >> done, there you go. >> next thing is pay yourself. what do you mean by that? >> well, you should have a certain amount taken out of the paycheck and automatically deposited into a savings account. if yoosh not doing this, just do it now. just $25 a week, four paychecks, that's $100 back in your
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it's amazing how much -- >> it's smart: you don't miss money you don't actually see. >> no. i use it for whatever, a wild night on the town. finally, you said gas buying habits. >> change them. gas buddy did a survey about field purchasing payments at the pump, we fill up with premium, even though we don't need it. we are waiting for the lights to go on and then we go anywhere, go to but don't necessarily have the cheapest. and the no-brainer here is the gas buddy app saving $400 a year or $40 a month. >> wow. >> so these are very simple strategies to put over $600 in your pocket just in time for the holidays, which is about what we'll spend. >> absolutely. >> no truth in just trying to get a loan from your mom or some relative? no. that's not number six? >> that's not number six, kendis, no. we'll leave it at five. >> all right.
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? go disney. wow, fantasy movies dominating the weekend box office, and, by the way, our own fantasy movie we put on halloween -- movie is using the term very loosely, but the video we made, attempt at a skit, is packing quite a few views on social media. >> let's call it our special near broadway sort of, like, corner of 47th street production racked up views in the tens of -- in the tens. like, literally, we just got the tenth view. >> thanks, mom. >> uh-huh.
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>> tens of hundreds. >> we hear a lot of people -- >> you know who you are. sam and somebody else. >> no. we have racked up quite a few views, but more importantly, we racked up quite a few comments, and we like reading them. a loyal viewer says, this, this is giving me so much life this morning. love these two, and diane can sing. awesome job. so connie gave both diane and me a little love saying, diane, omg, your singing voice, amazing, wow. >> thanks, connie. >> i see the theme here, you two are hilarious. >> hilarious, you see, that's good. you're hilarious. >> thanks, connie. >> and holly writes, and the winner is -- the witch. wow, what a great voice. that's what you called me when it was over. >> it's not the first time you've been called that. >> we love the comments, love reading them, always
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read them out loud on air. >> absolutely. took a lot of us quite a while to get into costume for that, one of us more than the other. >> a little bit. i shared this video on instagram of the makeup process, and it took about an hour for ana to do my makeup and kelly get my hair in place. but taking off the makeup was more challenging because we had 20 minutes to go t adventure. it was worth it. >> absolutely. >> we had great comments on the makeup, miguel wrote, awesomeness, you are the best news team hands down. >> thank you. >> david said, you two need your own show. we're already on one. >> do you watch "world news now"? you might like it. larry says, you're an amazing
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making news in america this monday morning -- the final day before the election, the candidates hitting multiple states. making their final pitch to the american people. hillary clinton bringing out big stars. and donald trump is outraged that the fbi cleared clinton again. breaking overnight, a powerful earthquake rocks oklahoma. three other states. we now have new video coming in of the damage left behind. happening now, the all-out search for a missing mother who seemingly vanished while jogging. overnight, her husband speaking out for the first time. and a dangerous high-speed chase ends violently. watch as the driver weaves through the streets and smashes into a barrier.

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