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ba da ba ba ba this is the biggest political scandal since watergate. >> we won't be distracted no matter what our opponents throw at us. we're not going to be knocked off course. nbc news confirms an fbi warrant has been issued to search e-mails related to hillary clinton's private server as james comey faces increased scrutiny. >> breaking news in a manhunt for a suspected oklahoma killer. >> a bizarre scene, a possible abduction captured on surveillance video as two men stuff another man into the trunk of their car. new details on what may have caused a massive inferno.
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"early today" starts right now. happy halloween. i'm frances rivera. >> i'm ayman mohyeldin, good morning, everyone. >> it is a halloween trick or treat depending on your politics and it's shaking up the presidential race with just eight days to go. the fbi has obtained a new warrant to review the e-mails related to hillary clinton's private e-mail server. those e-mails were found on a device shared between abedin and disgraced former congressman's anthony weiner. the couple is now estranged. james comey is now taking a new look at the e-mails that may be pertinent into the situation due to the e-mails. he announced that via a letter on friday. and this morning, former attorney general eric holder is speaking out with a new op-ed slamming comey for a move,
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writing, he has committed a serious error with potentially severe implications. now, a new four-way "washington post"/abc tracking poll shows hillary clinton just one point above donald trump and it comes as both clinton and trump made the renewed investigation the center of the presidential campaign. >> we never thought we were going to say thank you to anthony weiner. this is the biggest political scandal since watergate. >> the director hi he doesn't know whether the e-mails referenced in his letter are significant or not. >> in fact, it's not just strange, it's unprecedented and deeply troubling. >> hillary clinton is not the victim. you, the american people, are the victims. now the fbi has found -- you're not going to believe this one -- this just happened.
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matter what our opponents throw at us. we're not going to be knocked off course. we know how much this election matters and we know how many people are counting on us. >> meanwhile, clinton's advisors and fellow democrats have hammered director comey to release more e-mails, including whether the director has even eare viewed them himself. top democrat harry reid sent this letter to comey accusing him of breaking federal law concealing information about trump's connection to russia, writing, quote, your actions in recent months have demonstrating a disturbing double standard for the sensitive treatment of information with what appears to be a clear intent to aid one political party over another. now, a democratic congressman is demanding comey's resignation. the fbi has not responding to reid's letter or the congressman's demand, but
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vote events in key battleground states like florida. >> ladies and gentlemen, the next and first female president of the united states. hillary clinton! >> but now republicans like mike pence are not just going after hillary clinton. they're nailing democrats and using it as a tool to maintain control over congress. >> we need you to re-elect and elect strong republica d.c. and in the state house. we need to make sure that nancy pelosi doesn't get anywhere near that speaker's gavel. >> however, recent polling now shows that the e-mail scandal may not be as critical as some may think. in fact, some 63% of voters now say that the recent news makes no difference regarding their vote to support clinton. 34% say it is less likely to impact their vote. >> and new early vote tallies
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candidates, with over 21 million votes that have already been cast, the democrats are outpacing republicans in key swing states like colorado, north carolina, and ohio. top dems in places like florida, arizona, and pennsylvania. >> now, to some overnight breaking news. the intense manhunt for the suspected wanted in a double murd in oklahoma is over. michael vanls was killed last night. a county s one of the exchanges. the local fire department says his injuries are nonlife threatening. vance had been on the run since october 23rd when he shot two officers before stealing their cop car. he then shot another woman and took her car before allegedly killing his aunt and uncle, both of whom authorities say vance may have tried to mismember. >> the cubs are still alive.
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3-2 last night. chicago is looking to just become the sixth team in mlb history to come back from being down 3-1 to win the world series. the indians will have a chance to wrap up their first title in 71 years at home on tuesday. >> police in virginia are investigating an unnerving abduction after they caught two men taking a manap showed the man popping a trunk, and moments later, the man returns with another. they can be seen manhandaling a third person before they push him in the trunk and drive off. eyewitnesses tell police the man appeared to be playing before the man was put in the trunk. police say they reviewed another video that showed all three men engaged in conversation moments before the abduction and the
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>> we have news on the massive fire that engulfed an american airlines flight in chicago. the serious engine malfunction that caused the fire to rip through the plane has affected four other planes in the last 16 years. it began with a disk violently broke apart in the engine and ignited this fire just before the 767 was set to take off. 21 people needed medical attention. the investigation into the incident and the plane's engine is ongo to rebuild after the most powerful earthquake to hit the country in three decades decimated towns and villages. it's the third earthquake to hit italy in month. a much visited basilica is other landmarks were reduced to rubble. the area was rocked by a pair of earthquakes just last weekend. in august, an earthquake killed
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aid workers and seismologists say more earthquakes are coming. >> new this morning, pope francis has arrived in sweden to commemorate the 500-year anniversary of martin luther's re-formation. >> right now, a halloween heat wave for trick-or-treaters ahead of, you know, big night tonight for a lot of families. bill karins here. >> happy halloween. from texas to the southeast, like a heat wave. week. we look in the northwest and the northern rockies, we have rain and snow this morning. seattle, we broke the record for the wettest october on record and adding to it today. throughout this evening, all the yellow is moderate rain. a line going through northern california. hit and hiss showers through much of oregon. not everyone is going to get washed out, but carry the umbrella as you walk the kids around this afternoon and evening. rainfall amounts, nothing too
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northwest. not a ton of rain out there, but it's -- out of all the spots in the country, not as nice as the heat wave in the south. now here's a look at your local forecast. well, northern portions of california, this is, again, dry this morning, but we will see showers moving through later on this afternoon into this evening. the same for the northwest. hit and miss showers with cool temperatures only in the 50s. here's your little fun fact, according to netflix. at that's the busiest time of night to expect trick-or-treaters. i don't like the ones at 10:30 still ringing the door bell. >> don't answer. >> cleaning the stuff up in the front yard. >> i guess netflix can also track that based on how many people are pausing and getting up. >> still ahead on "early today," an isis terror plot thwarted by
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advance to healthier gums and stronger teeth from day one. my check-up was great. leading the news today, saudi arabia just thwarted multiple isis terror plots after the terror group planned to kill security officials and also civilians. saudi officials announced the arrest of eight islamic militants. that's according to the government, and some of the arrested suspects were planning to kill officials in a town north of the capital. the others allegedly sought to attack civilians and planned to use a car bomb to attack a soccer team in town for a match. millions of dollars in rewards are offered for arrests. >> shia militias are joining iraqi special forces to retake mosul, but the humanitarian
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from iraq with the latest. matt. >> reporter: good morning. that's right. the offensive has picked up once again on the eastern side of mosul. this time by the counterterrorism forces. the elite u.s. trained unit. they're trying to push past some of the christian villages and towns they have already liberated into mosul, and word we're getting now is they're actually getting quite close to the city itself. if this fighting on the eastern side, this iraqi sur forces, are the hammer for mosul, then the shiite militias you mentioned are the an vill. they're trying to block the isis elements within the city from retreating west into syria from where they came just two years ago when they swept into northern iraq and took over all that territory. but these shiite forces are problematic. they have been implicated in the past in crimes against civilian populations in this area and the rest of iraq. while they may be seen as
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fast forwarding today. children in north carolina are finally returning back to school after hurricane matthew ravaged the area with torrential rains and flooding last month. several counties thip state were under water for more than a week after matthew swung through. jury selection begins in the 2015 death of walter scott. white former police officer is guilty in the murder of scott, an unarmed black driver. cell phone video showed a fight between the pair and scott's eventual shooting. and pope francis said he journeyed to sweden in an attempt to unite all christians. lutherans are praising the visit. conservative catholics are
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hillary clinton's private server may have added uncertainty into next week's election. landon dowdy has the story. >> happy halloween. hopefully, the mark won't be spooked. they're set to start the week off green, and stocked swung wildly on friday following the news the fbi was resuming the investigation into hillary clinton's e-mails. that's creatin investors. asian and european markers moving lower today on those jitters. draftkings and fanduel are getting closer to a deal. both companies are entangled in legal battles as some states argue their operate gambling businesses and not games of skill. >> flight attendants everywhere agree this is the best way to
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just watch vice president biden learn about wiener's involvement from the very first time. >> i don't know where these e-mails came from. >> apparently anthony wiener. >> oh, god. anthony wiener. >> you can just picture biden repressing that news and going to his happy place which i assume is this actual picture of sunglasses and holding a fist full of money. >> so great to see politics aside, he is so frank. that's so real. remember when he found the two quarters? he was so excited. >> it's kind of refreshing to have a politician at that level who expresses himself the way he does. >> classic biden. >> prince harry is working to save the elephants by participating in a relocation project. he has joined the 500 elephants
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populations in malawi. he had this to say uthis three weeks working with african parks. >> in a weird way, they know they're here to help. otherwise, it's a completely different story. they're so calm, so relaxed. after three weeks, zero stress on these animals and they're going from one beautiful place to another beautiful place. >> he's not alone. leonardo dicaprio is getting the word out about the declining elephant population by serving as executive producer on a netflix this friday. majestic, just fascinating animals to watch. >> good on them for raising awareness for something that doesn't get a lot of attention. >> lady gaga has scored her fourth album on the billboard number one. she's the only female artist with four number one albums this decade, which surpasses beyonce and taylor swift.
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quote, a grand slam. so hat's off to her for doing something that's remarkable. especially when you think of how crowded that field of pop music has become, for her to stay nothing one for such a long time. >> then the super bowl to look forward to. >> big year. >> a lot of halloween parties over the weekend, and celebrities going out all with their costumes. katy perry and orlando bloom. look what they did. they're so right on. >> nailed it. then she dressed up as her own character from hocus-pocus and what is a very popular, amy schumer and her boyfriend, dressed up as characters from stranger things. >> pretty cool. just ahead, we'll talk more ability the heat wave affecting halloween. you're watching "early today." " how do you become america's #1?
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