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making news in america this morning, hillary clinton returns to the campaign trail today as both she and donald trump release new medical data. plus, why did a pastor interrupt trump at a church? we're live in washington. breaking overnight, a cross country flight makes an unscheduled stop after a security concern. the new details just coming in. tropical storm julia is swirling up the east coast bringing wind and rain. so where is she heading today? plus, a typhoon slams china sending a massive balloon rolling through traffic. and caught on camera, a dramatic rescue after a fiery crash. the team effort. the result coming up.
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everyone. hillary clinton returning to the campaign trail today as the race for the white house zeros in on the candidate's health. >> after resting for a few days while battling pneumonia, clinton is planning to make stops today in north carolina and washington, d.c. and both candidates are now offering up more personal medical details. >> meanwhile, donald trump tried to take aim at clinton in michigan, but he was shut down by a local pastor. we get the latest right now from abc's lana zak. >> if elected at age 70, you will be the oldest person to ever enter the oval office. why do you think you have the stamina for the job? >> reporter: the discussion about health continues with donald trump talking about his stamina on "the dr. oz show." >> i feel as good today as i did when i was 30. >> why not share your medical records? >> reporter: trump then shared two pages with dr. oz but hasn't made his medical records public. >> if all he shared was the results of his most recent physical exam, that's not a lot of medical information. >> reporter: meanwhile, hillary
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more about her medical history, made public additional information. >> this is the kind of detailed summary i would expect to get from another doctor, who was referring me a patient. >> reporter: both candidates back on the trail today after trump took aim at clinton's health in ohio. >> so you think hillary would be able to stand up here for an hour and do this? i don't know. >> reporter: and was interrupted by a pastor in the middle of a political attack. >> now, hillary clinton -- >> mr. trump, i invited you here to thank us for we've done in flint. >> oh, oh, okay. >> not to speech. >> okay, that's good. >> reporter: this morning questions about ivanka's claim that the trump organization offers paid maternity leave to trump employees. >> is that for all of the thousands of employees of your father? >> it is and also adoption leave. >> reporter: but according to "the huffington post," employees at several trump hotels say they do not get any additional paid maternity leave, only the existing federal minimums. and while hillary clinton has
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couple of days, donald trump has been making gains, particularly in battleground states. in florida and ohio, he's now statistically tied with hillary clinton. kendis, diane. >> going to make it even tighter and more heated debate just a week from monday, lana zak live in washington, lana, thank you. and trump, in the meantime, is slamming former secretary of state colin powell after hacked e-mails reveal powell called trump a national disgrace. >> trump tweeted overnight, "i was never a fan of colin powell after his weak understanding of weapons of mass destruction in iraq, disaster. we can do much better." >> in one e-mail from 2014, powell calls hillary clinton a friend he respects but said he'd rather not vote for her, and he later blasted her for not being honest about her private e-mail server. and some breaking news overnight, a united airlines flight from newark, new jersey, to san diego was diverted because of a potential security concern. this photo from the tarmac there in denver where the plane landed, a passenger saying he was told there was something on that flight that shouldn't be there. no word on what that was.
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all clear was given. to the weather now. tropical storm julia is churning off the coast of the carolinas. it has already brought heavy rain to south carolina causing street flooding but surfers braved the rain to take advantage of those huge waves in the charleston area. the biggest risk of flooding is in a few hours at high tide. the storm could be stuck on the south carolina/georgia border until tomorrow. radar shows the storm spinning just offshore, packed with lots of moisture. accuweather's justin povick is checking it. justin. >> diane, kendis, thanks and good morning to you, as well. we're tracking julia. once again, not really moving around a whole lot, meandering off the south carolina coastline and more so the movement here over the next couple of days, extremely slow off toward the north and that is going to cause more heavy rainfall and that could lead to flash flooding. other problems will include very large waves and some minor beach erosion. diane, kendis, back to you.
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justin. and the most powerful storm in years is pounding parts of china right now. the super typhoon made landfall overnight bringing strong winds and rain. it caused thousands to lose power and forced the evacuation of about 30,000 residents. those winds resulted in this extremely odd scene. a giant inflatable moon came loose rolling through traffic in the city of fuzhou bouncing through the streets and over cars, as well. a white house plan has the u.s. accepting more refugees in the coming years. by the end of the year, the u.s. will have accepted 85,000 people from conflict zones around the world. more than 11,000 from syria. now, next year the goal will be 110,000. that's a nearly 30% increase from this year. secretary of state john kerry has already briefed congress about this plan. new this morning for the second time this week, russian hackers have released confidential information about olympic athletes. the data of about 25 athletes
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they haven't yet been named, but ten of them are americans. on tuesday, confidential medical data of gymnast simone biles and venus and serena williams was hacked and posted online along with other athlete, as well. and there's new fallout over north carolina's law limping protections for lgbt people. the atlantic coast conference says it will not play any of its athletic championships in the state until that law is repealed. that includes this season's football title game, which was to be played in charlotte in december. the conference's exit follows the ncaa seven championship events because of that law, as well. so a power outage disrupted life on campus for thousands of students at rutgers university in new jersey. they spent the night in cots and several gyms after being forced out of their dorms. about 90 buildings are affected including more than three dozen residents' halls. the kids say they could be out of their rooms for days. a, quote, internal equipment problem is being blamed. the first family got a sneak peek yesterday at the only
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black history. the national museum of african-american history and culture in washington, d.c. features thousands of artifacts from slavery to freedom. you'll see everything from a slave cabin to michael jackson's fedora and muhammad ali's gloves. president obama will return for the dedication ceremony when the museum officially opens later this month. and the first african-american to ever be the librarian of congress has been sworn in. dr. carla hayden is also the first woman to hold the post and before taking her new position, she was the ceo of baltimore's library system. hayden will serve a ten-year term. ahead, inside uber's new self-driving cars. the samsung galaxy note 7 scandal might just be the beginning. a different phone is being investigated for possibly causing a fire. plus, in and out in less
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so it took four guys dressed all in black about 40 seconds to smash the glass on several jewelry cases and steal the high value merchandise. now, police in houston say they made off with millions of dollars of jewelry. after the heist, they drove off in a black nissan. samsung's exploding battery problem may be growing. the federal government is looking into incidents involving phones other than the galaxy note 7. this as police in florida investigate whether a galaxy s7 caused a car fire. meanwhile, samsung has apologized for the issue in south korea but not in the u.s. and it's not known when a revised note 7 will be approved for use here. well, the trouble isn't over for wells fargo. federal prosecutors are looking
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tactics that resulted in accounts that customers didn't actually ask for. according to published reports, no decision has been made yet whether to prosecute wells fargo but subpoenas have been issued. and ford is moving all of its small car production to mexico. the michigan plant currently making those models is expected to make larger, more profitable vehicles, so there won't be any loss of american jobs, at least according to the autoworkers union. uber's driverless cars have made their debut in pittsburgh. uber says the city is ideal to test them because it has real traffic problems and weather extremes, so uber customers can now hail a robot-controlled ford fusion or a volvo suv. reporter beau berman took a ride in the driver's seat. >> that was kind of scary. that's crazy. that tractor trailer was coming right at us and i'm not driving the car. >> each car comes equipped with
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operator just in case there is a glitch as was the case during berman's test drive. when we come back, a dramatic rescue. a person pulled from a fiery wreck after a head-on collision. plus, the adult who is now suing her parents because of what they posted on facebook. at amope, we know heels can be every woman's fashion secret. but what's no secret is how much they hurt. the foot care experts at amope ers. new gelactiv insoles almost invisible, and made of ultra-thin concentrated gel. they even fit into slender shoes. so the only thing you feel is improved comfort. share the secret of looking great, and feeling good. new gelactiv for all kinds of women's shoes. from amope. love every step. from amope. it's about time the taco...
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now to a criminal case that has stunned a small ohio town. a woman's call to 911 not only led to her rescue but the discovery of three bodies. >> the woman on the phone told police in ashland, ohio, she had been abducted and was only able to call because her captor had fallen asleep. but she wasn't sure exactly where she was being held. >> you're at the laundromat? >> no, i'm in the bedroom with him. >> is there any way you can get out of the building? >> i don't know without waking him and i'm scared. >> when police came they found the woman and the suspect as well as two bodies. the suspect later led investigators to a third set of remains. the homeless man is now in jail on an abduction charge. a decision on additional charges will be made today. and in phoenix, the last of the police officers hurt when a car plowed into them has been released from the hospital.
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concussion and is recovering at home. the man charged with trying to run down the officers is now behind bars. he is described as a homeless transient under the influence 6 drugs or alcohol at the time of the incident. a university of north carolina football player accused of rape is now out on bail after turning himself in. allen artis is accused of assaulting delaney robinson who went public with her allegations earlier this week. artis is suspended from the team indefinitely. in ohio a reminder of the shooting of 12-year-old tamir rice has been moved. the gazebo where rice was being taken apart and moved to a museum in chicago. tamir was holding a realistic looking toy gun when he was killed. the city of cleveland settled the suit brought by his family for more than $6 million. the officer was not charged. now to a dramatic rescue caught on camera in north carolina. total strangers risked their lives to save a man trapped in his burning pickup after a head-on collision with a school bus. the good samaritans worked alongside police officers to put out the flames and free the driver. they were all then publicly
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we have a setback, another one for some marathoners who were delayed by a train. you remember that delay. it happened over the weekend on sunday during a marathon in pennsylvania. >> that's right. for nine minutes they had to wait by the train, and it ruined some of their chances to qualify for next year's boston marathon. officials had tried to make their case to the organizers in boston, but the reply was, sorry, adjusted times will not be accepted. >> yikes. okay, thursday, today, marks the start of a new week in the nfl. tonight the new york jets visit their division rivals, the buffalo bills. as for baseball we get the highlights from espn. good morning, america. he's stan, i'm neil. we got a couple baseball highlights for you. >> all right, let's start with dodgers and yankees. first time ever clayton kershaw has pitched at yankee stadium. and he didn't just pitch there, he pitched well. got tyler austin -- remember that hot start for gary sanchez. not in this game. the game was
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bottom five, kershaw back on the mound, two out, one out gets it and five innings, five strikeouts, just one hit. ninth inning, dodgers up 1-0. they could use a little insurance. yasmani grandal overthe throws the catch, and justin turner scores and the dodgers take it, 2-0. >> remember that hot start of the san francisco giants? >> yeah. >> well, it went south after the all-star break and i home by the padres. no offense, san diego but -- >> you're not good. >> alex dickerson, madison bumgarner, bumgarner looking for his 100th career win -- in a season, that would have been something else, not talking about the giants flailing, 100 wins in -- >> his arm would fall off but he'd be impressive. >> padres, 3-1. yeah. we have so much more, but we don't have so much more time. >> no, as a matter of fact, we're out of time. back to you.
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? starting with a teenager so tired of seeing embarrassing photos of herself on facebook that she's filing a lawsuit against her own parents. >> she's taking this serious. the 18-year-old from austria says her mom and dad have made her like a misery for years by posting pictures of everything from diaper changes to potty training.
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lawyer -- says more than 500 images were shared without his client's consent. violating her rights to a personal life. >> dad says i took the pictures, i can do what i want with them. >> it's going to the courts this november. it's really serious stuff. so the nfl is getting more colorful starting tonight. >> teams playing on thursday night football will be wearing color rush uniforms. the nfl unveiled the jerseys, and the internet wasn't too kind. some compared them to the power rangers. >> and the memes quickly popped up comparing one, the ravens barney. and the dolphins, well, i can see it to a creamsickle. >> but they are being worn for a good cause, all proceeds from the color rush uniform sales will benefit the nfl foundation which funds safety for youth football players. and next up, some real urban cowboys, we say urban because their home is the city of compton, california. >> it's kind of a strange sight in the city known for high crime and gang culture to see guys like andrew there, part of the group who calls themselves the compton cowboys, but he says
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parts of the city is a very welcome distraction. >> i could take off riding and i could ride through 10 or 1 gang neighborhoods, and they'll all have the same reaction. oh, man, what's up? that's cool, home boy. i go through all of them and, you know, i get a warm welcome. >> nobody's messing with him. so he says that whenever he has some time, his favorite thing to do is to saddle up and go for a ride. >> looks like a scene out of "blazing saddles" therin so, the compton cowboys say the local kids in particular get quite a kick out of seeing them. >> apparently it's a tradition that goes back quite a while. >> yeah. and finally take a look, this little car that you see there in our big wall here, it may as well have been santa's sleigh, at least in this particular story. >> pretty nice ride. so 4-year-old becca vanzyll filled her barbie car with gifts that were supposed to be hers. >> becca actually gave those
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see them here, whose home was destroyed by fire. now, the mother of the girls who received the new toys now understandably calling becca a special little girl. it's such a cute thing. >> and the whole community has now come together to help them out sending them cards, donating toys, and they also started a go fund me. >> yeah, because their home was completely destroyed by that fire. >> good cause there. more news after this. i had that dream again -- that i was on the icelandic game show. and everyone knows me for discounts, like safe driver and paperless billing. but nobody knows the box behind the discounts. oh, it's like my father always told me -- "put that down. that's expensive." of course i save people an average of nearly $600, but who's gonna save me? [ voice breaking ] and that's when i realized... i'm allergic to wasabi. well, i feel better. it's been five minutes.
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our top stories on this thursday, hillary clinton returns to the campaign trail today stopping in greensboro, north carolina, and washington, d.c. she's recovering from pneumonia after several days of rest and antibiotics. both candidates released some new details about their health. clinton's doctor declared her fit to serve as president and trump unveiled the results of his latest medical exam on "the dr. oz show" which airs today. the coast of south is being hit with heavy rain from tropical storm julia. the greatest risk of flooding comes later today during high tide. the storm is expected to linger off the coast at least until tomorrow. looking at the rest of today's weather, mostly dry and mild in the west, strong to severe storms from kansas to nebraska and it will feel like fall in the northeast. and finally this morning, a scary phenomenon that can really only take place in this day and age.
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>> those who have already fallen victim to it say it's the most frightening thing that's happened to them. abc's abbie boudreau has the details about what virtual kidnap something all about. >> reporter: a terrifying new crime called virtual kidnapping. listen to this voice of a so-called professional kidnapper. >> you want me to hang up on you? that's what you want. >> reporter: judy says a man called her cell phone claiming he had her daughter. she asked us to hide her identity. you thought you heard your daughter's voice. >> she kept saying, mom, >> reporter: he gave judy only 60 seconds to get in her car and drive to the bank. judy ran to her neighbor's house for help. >> her legs were shaking. her hands were shaking. she -- oh, i knew she was completely out of control. >> reporter: but cheryl convinced judy to hang up and call 911 and the so-called kidnapper never called back. >> even now that i know it's a hoax, i don't think it's funny. >> reporter: with your "gma" first look, i'm abbie boudreau, abc news, sacramento, california. >> so the fbi says a virtual
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rise, and social media is making it quite easier than ever for criminals to know personal information about their victims. so here are the red flags. police warn that most of the calls come from 717 and 923 area codes. and the fake kidnappers want to keep you on the phone longer. now they say real kidnappers hang up and don't want to be traced, and the virtual kidnappers usually demand wired or prepaid ransom. >> scary. >> yeah. out about $3,000 in some instances, and most of those calls, they do say, come from the united states. so appears to be a problem here in this country. all right. well, that's what's making news in america this morning. >> do check us out at atmfans.com and have a great thursday morning. of course, later on "good morning america," we'll have the very latest on the presidential race. you have those two medical reports that were revealed yesterday, and hillary clinton returning to the campaign trail today.
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c1 4:30 and a lot to get to including this one right now. a man is dead and parts of the freeway shut down at this hour, a traffic alert and breaking news on abc15's morning. justin pazera is at split in the shadows of sky harbor airport and it's our ing that officers opened fire. what happened? >> reporter: hey, chris, we are trying to piece this together. i can tell you that two mobile command units just set up over there, but the bad thing from our vantage point is it's block where the suspect had his car

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