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has not been released pending notification of the family. and there are new signs of
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russia and syria. moscow beefed up the military presence in the country with new air defense missiles. this comes a day after the u.s. broke off talks with russia over a cease-fire. the russians say the system is purely defensive, and no threat to anyone. the leader of the armed standoff in oregon returns to the stand today. alan bundy broke todown as he testified tuesday and was reluctant when he first agreed to keep two ranchers out of prison. he's one of seven facing conspiracy charges. emotional day in a courtroom for a dad accused of deliberately leaving his young son to die in a hot car. the defense acknowledged the father is to blame, but insists he did not commit a crime. we get more now from abc's steve osansami. >> reporter: this 35-year-old father crying in court as his attorneys argued his son's death was an accident. >> ross loved that little boy more than anything. >> reporter: justin ross harris is pleading not guilty.
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died on a hot summer day in 2014 after more than seven hours in a rear facing child seat in the back of his silver suv. >> oh, my god, what have i done? >> reporter: eyewitnesss at the time told us he looked truly destroyed. >> his cries out of desperation and passion and hurt. >> reporter: prosecutors say it was all an act. >> the defendant's own words show he's guilty. i love my son and all, but we both need escape. >> reporter: police say while his son was dying right outside his atlanta office, the defendant was inside sexting with other women. he and his wife are now divorced, but she, too, thinks this was an accident. abc news, atlanta. terrifying moments when a man with a knife attacked employees inside an oklahoma business.
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swings at employees. the knife in his hand, witnesses said he was yelling that he was going to kill everyone. one employee is knocked to the ground and then several other workers managed to get the suspect outside. no one was seriously injured. and there was some big visitors to one of north dakota's biggest malls. >> a pair of moose on the loose in bismarck. one left town before animal control arrived. smart moose. the other walked around a mall before being cornered at a mcdonald's. officials decided to let the 1-year-old bull leave on its own. if he's still around wednesday, they will take him away. >> i would not want to encounter one of those. >> no. they are kind of scary. this is time lapse video of a kitten being rescued from a 12 story building. >> police officers were on the ground with a blanket, and in the meantime, one went up to the 12th floor and managed to get a rope around the kidden's body to
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>> oh! that video. >> oh, man. >> it was sent out by the spca there locally in singapore because they wanted to remind people to keep your windows closed because, you know, especially a kitten could fall right out. and they're curious to go places. >> interestingly enough, the rescue happened on world animal day. how appropriate. >> oh, okay. >> police said they were alerted because someone across the street called in about a kitty on a ledge. >> eight lives left. coming up, one and done. we're returning to the one and only vice presidential debate, one that was marked by numerous interruptions. we're breaking down the top moments. first, a look at today's temperatures. "world news now" weather brought to you by united health
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? ? ? ? that is longwood university in virginia, the scene of the vice presidential debate last night. >> and that is longwood university in virginia, the scene of the vice presidential debate last night. >> and abc takes a look at moments that are sure to get attention in the days ahead. good morning, ali. >> reporter: good morning, kendis and diane. viewers expected a tamer tone were treated to a tumultuous debate, not unlike what we saw donald trump. the first meeting between the nominees' running mates were tim kaine and mike pence showed both ready for battle. the claws were out between have vice presidential picks tim kaine and mike pence tuesday night.
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insult-driven, selfish-me donald trump. >> senator, you and hillary clinton would know a lot about an insult-driven campaign. >> reporter: engaging in an intense war of words so aggressive, it required the moderator's intervention. >> gentlemen, the people at home cannot understand either one of you when you speak over each other. i would please ask you to wait until the other is finished. >> reporter: constant interruptions and continuing campaign attacks. >> she had a clinton foundation accept foreign governments. >> you are donald trump's supremist. let me -- >> senator, i think it's my time. >> k a aine clearly aiming on taking down donald trump. >> donald trump can't start a twitter war with miss universe without shooting himself in the foot. he loves dictators. he's a personal mount rushmore. >> please, did you work on that one a long time. that had a lot of creative
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defend any of it. >> reporter: forcing pence to defend his bombastic running mate. >> used the tax code the way it's supposed to be used brilliantly. >> how do you know that? >> because he's created a business that's worth billions of dollars today. >> how do you know that? >> donald trump and i would never support legislation that punished women who made the heartbreaking choice to ends a pregnancy. >> why did donald trump say that? >> we just never would. >> why did he say that? >> look, he's not a politician like you and hillary clinton. >> reporter: pence proving less reactive to provocation than his running mate. >> ronald reagan said something interesting about nuclear proliferation back in the 1980s. he said the problem with nuclear proliferation is some fool or maniac could trigger a catastrophic event, and that's his running mate, who reagan warned us about.
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even beneath you and hillary clinton, and that's pretty -- that's pretty low. >> reporter: clinton campaign supporters are knocking her running mate's performance, the interruptions did not serve the senator well. next up, round two for the presidential contenders who will face off in a town hall style debate forum hosted by martha raddatz days away this sunday. kendis, diane? >> thank you. coming up, actor ben stiller's recent health scare. >> the actor opens controversial screening test that he says saves his life. you're watching "world news now." "world news now" continues after this from our abc
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? ? ? >> what's the matter with you? >> such a good movie. >> such a great movie. it's twaed actually kind of hard to believe that ben stiller's "meet the parents" is now 16 years old. >> hard to believe. >> that's a long time. >> the actor, we don't see his serious side, but he's opening up with his battle with cancer two years ago and the controversial screening test he says saved his life. here's abc's david wright.
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>> reporter: on the howard stern show, actor ben stiller dropped a bombshell. >> it just stops everything in your life when you get a diagnosis of cancer. you can't plan for a movie because you don't know what's going to happen. >> reporter: saying his doctors caught cancer early because of a noninvasive blood test called the psa. >> it's a controversial subject the psa test. it's the only early screener for prostate cancer. >> so do you think everyone should get that psa the test in their 40s? >> i do personally. >> reporter: our own dr. rich basser says the government doesn't endorse the test for good reason. >> the problem with the test is that it overdiagnoses prostate cancer. it picks up all kinds of things that never would have caused harm. >> reporter: stiller disagrees. >> i feel it saved my life. >> reporter: stiller had surgery two years and and is now cancer free, but the doctors say the danger of overscreening is you may not need surgery and could have lasting complications. david wright, abc news, new york. coming up, the $10,000 half
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? ? ? what is that? >> a simulator? >> it's a video game of some sort. >> okay. all right. this morning, a generous college student, a patient bride, and one cute baby. >> here's two truths and a why. >> reporter: good morning, you two. we begin with basketball, an amazing shot that was anything but a free throw. in fact, $10,000 was on the line when kansas university's director of basketball operations sank that unbelievable half court shot.
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ku's sophomore jordan spears who says she's giving that $10,000 to her nana who raised her and her four siblings. she's the first in the family to graduate high school and first to attend college, and she gives all credit to her grandmother. an unbelievable shot there, and an unbelievable story from that family. congrats to that family. up next, good things come to those who wait. and that's why jewel's wedding was so incredibly special. the bride waited two years to get married so her father was healthy enough to walk her down th burned in a welding accident. he was in the hospital for 51 weeks, temporary immobile, suffered two strokes and two heart attacks, but after extensive rehabilitation was able to give his daughter away at her wedding just last month. jewel said her dad has always worked so hard in life, so no, it wasn't surprising to her that he worked so hard to see her as a bride. and, finally, i'd ask why, but looks like this little guy asked plenty of questions of his own
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4-month-old danny is the star of a viral instagram account called danny baby faces where some of his most animated expressions caught the attention of sites like the "huffington post" and "daily mail." he has a big personality and elastic face that you see there he got from his dad. goes to show some people are born comedians. something tells me both of your mothers knows something about that, diane and kendis. >> oh? >> how did you see our baby photos? so halloween is coming up. >> i know. and we need your costume suggestions. we are even giving away a mug -- >> the new one. >> -- for whoever is the first to suggest a costume that we pick. #wnncostume on our twitter account, and we got some interesting ones. >> yeah, uh-huh. >> we got frankenberry and count chocula. >> temperament and stamina.
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this morning on "world news now," campaigns jockey for position after the v.p. debate. >> tim kaine and mike pence battled it out on stage going after each other's running mate's records in their one and only debate. who came out on top? we have complete political coverage coming up. bracing for impact, millions of americans on the east coast prepare for hurricane matthew. the category 4 storm slamming cuba overnight and potentially taking aim at florida and the carolinas. we have the latest on the storm's path, ahead. a massive explosion levelled two homes in a new jersey neighborhood. hear how residents called in a suspicious smell and how they were able to get out just in time. later, we're going under the sea to check out some of the most stunning go-pro footage you'll see.
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the video is all real. today is wednesday, october 5th. from abc news, this is "world news now." ? under the sea under the sea ? >> we had under the sea and whale of a tale. a lot of lines in that little deal. we say good morning to you, everybody, on this wednesday, i'm kendis gibson. >> i'm diane macedo, and we begin with the intense showdown between the vice presidential nominees repeatedly talking over each other to fire off the best shot. >> tim kaine used the debate to launched an aggressive attack on donald trump. mike pence remained unflappable outlining a conservative agenda, but avoiding defending some of trump's controversial comments. lana zak has the details from farmville, virginia. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, if you expected a genteel debate between two seasoned politicians, then you probably weren't expecting all the
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here. right out of the gate, the battle lines were drawn at the vice presidential debate at longwood university. >> you are trump's supremice. >> isn't this a discussion? >> reporter: asked to defend his running mate on not paying taxes for nearly two decades. >> he went through a very difficult time, but he used the tax code how it's supposed to be used. he did it brilliantly. >> how do you know that? >> reporter: the senator ready to pounce on the tax topic. >> he had to give donald trump his tax returns to show he was qualified to be vice president. donald trump must give the american public his tax returns. >> reporter: but kaine was forced to defend his running mate hillary clinton, as well. >> we believe in comprehensive immigration reform, and trump believes in deportation nation. >> reporter: they often talked over each other. >> i'm just saying facts about your running mate. and i know you can't defend him.
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senator. don't put words in my mouth. >> reporter: in a surprising turn, the republican pence seemed to praise president obama on terrorism before pledging he and trump would do more. i want to give this president credit for bringing osama bin laden to justice. but the truth is, osama bin laden led al qaeda. the primary threat today is isis. >> i thought mike pence did better on calmness. pence actually deflected, but never really fundamentally defended donald trump. >> reporter: and that may end up working in his favor. we knew that tim kaine was going to be the attack dog from the clinton campaign headed into the debate, but to put it in perspective for you, diane and kendis, he used trump's name 165 times, and by comparison, pence used clinton's name half that much. >> yeah. they both actually used trump's name quite a bit. and you're there in the debate hall. the spin room area.
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get a sense how they felt after this debate? >> reporter: well, certainly. we saw trump's campaign manager, kellyanne conway making her way into the room right after feeling confident. their team felt they won this debate. they were really excited to talk to us journalists and say they really felt like he hit it right out of the park. >> all right, abc's lana zak, thank you so much. the republicans got a little ahead ofhe by prematurely declaring the winner of the debate. >> the official gop website announced mike pence was the clear winner more than an hour before the debate even started. >> oh. >> the site listed pence's top debate moments as well. the page was then taken down, but pence was later declared the winner again this time after the debate. >> i wonder moments they cited were actually what happened.
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what does this debate mean for both campaigns? >> abc political director rick klein joins us. >> reporter: diane and kendis, mike pence did not take the bait. tim kaine trying to egg him on for a fight, just like hillary clinton did eight days ago, but mike pence much more disciplined, much more calm in his demeanor. and calmed nerves in republican circles going a long way towards that throu mike pence showing why donald the trump chose him as a running mate. in a lot of ways, the anti-trump as the debater. and clearly tim kaine had a strait strategy. that strategy was to bait mike pence into a fight over donald trump's record. this was not a debate about issues. this was not a debate about the two men on stage. it was about the outside personalities of their running mates. neither of the running mates spent a lot of time defending their respective person at the top of the ticket.
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notable in the way that tim kaine hit pence. pence, though, in deflection started a new story line. mike pence showed republicans that there is an answer, and starting some of the key arguments they hope to use against hillary clinton. diane, kendis? >> thanks, rick. only a handful of days out from the next presidential debate. >> the second debate comoderated by our own martha raddatz with full team coverage sunday night here on abc. this morning is the march of hurricane matthew. as it spins northward, the storm leaves behind catastrophic damage in haiti. >> runoff left behind huge piles of trash that had to be cleaned up and haitian officials call the aftermath of matthew the biggest humanitarian crisis in haiti since that country's devastating 2010 earthquake. it delivered a foot of rain to eastern cuba. so far the storm's blamed for at least 11 deaths.
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residents are urged to line up three days of food, water, and medications. >> so matthew right now is start to go spin away from cuba. it's now spinning towards the bahamas with winds of at least 130 miles per hour. we're going to check the storm's track in a moment. first, how americans are getting ready. >> reporter: from the florida keys to the carolina coast, worried residents are getting ready for the worst. >> if you're able to leave early and go today, do that. >> reporter: south carolina governor nicki haley joining north carolina, georgia and florida calling for a state of emergency, ordering all costal residents to begin evacuating -- >> wherever you are on the coast, get a hundred miles away from that. >> this seems so big and it's headed our way. >> reporter: officials warning prepare now before it's too late. >> right now, the message is be prepared for tropical storm force winds on thursday. make sure you have food and
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>> all south florida is stocking up. >> reporter: residents in brawl brow ard county, florida, taking that warning serious ly >> crazy. all the water gone. . >> the destruction could be catastrophic. and everyone needs to be prepared. >> reporter: at this home depot in florida, these tables set up for hurricane supplies now empty. in hollywood, cars lining up for matthew could be the biggest mass evacuation america has seen since floyd in 1999 with when 2 million residents in five states were ordered from their homes. the last hurricane to make landfall in florida was wilma in 2005. a lot of people moved to the state in those 11 years. and clearly, those people will be experiencing a hurricane for the first time. those are the residents the authorities are worried about. >> thank you. let's get a sense of what to
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accuweather's paul williams. good morning. >> good morning. we track all the models, all in agreement marching across nassau. that's the next path of matthew, skipping right along the east coast and causing problems there. but on the way there, it's going to impact the bahamas with power outages, dangerous storm surges, damaging winds and that storm is going to affect the northeast with heavy rain, high winds and flooding saturday going into sunday, even all the way up towards boston. other parts of the country, looking for the northwest corner, breezy and rainey conditions for washington, oregon, as well, and into portions of montana. and a strong set of storms are marching into st. louis reaching up to the great lakes region. diane, kendis? >> thank you. coming up, we're going to have the rest of this morning's headlines. >> including tense moments in los angeles where police commissioners were met by black lives matter protesters. plus, newly released video of an officer shooting that sparked this protest.
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to have more coverage of last night's vice presidential debate. the two candidates much less famous than their running mates, but did either of them break through on the national stage? remember, weigh in on facebook at wnnfans.com, and on twitter @abcwnn. you're watching "world news now." re watching "world news now." gone sayonara. earts what! she washed this like a month ago! how's a guy supposed to move on! the long lasting scent of gain flings. (coughs) that cough doesn't sound so good. well i think you sound great. move over. easy booger man. take mucinex dm. it'll take care of your cough. fine! i'll text you in 4 hours
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investigators looking into the new jersey commuter train crash should soon have major new
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the video and data recorders are both being analyzed after being recovered from the front of the wrecked train. the key question will be answered, how fast the train was going when it hit the station. engineer said he was traveling the speed limit, but investigators say it may have been two or three times that. also in new jersey, a powerful gas explosion rocked a neighborhood in patterson destroying two homes, and another building so badly damaged, it will have to be taken down. fire crews who have been called to the scene because of a gas smell evacuated nearby residents of the norther before the blast. the los angeles police department has released video of an armed teenager just before he was shot dead by a police officer. the video shows the young man crouching behind an suv behind a strip mall and pulling a handgun from the waistband of the sweat pants. now, it does not show the actual shooting, which has touched off days of protests, including at this police commission meeting. >> i'm here week after week.
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right now, you are, again, going to be the cause of this meeting ending for everyone. we're going to come back and try to continue the meeting. >> the meeting was closed to the public after protesters refused to stop chanting "black lives, they matter here." police in charlotte released the remaining video of the keith scott shooting. his death by police led to two violent nights of protests. the video shows the final steps before he was shot and killed. the family's attorney says the tape created more questions than answers. stunning news about a popular e-mail service, word, yahoo! s incoming messages last year. the scans took place after a request from either the fbi or the national security agency. the report says yahoo! secretly built custom software for the job. it's not known what information intelligence officials were searching for. and google goes hard core into hardware introducing its pixel smartphones. the company is selling the first phone with google assistant built in. they're compatible with google's
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headset. both are available for preordering. >> interesting. iphones just came out, so many new gadgets coming out. >> exactly. samsung. all right. coming up after the break, we're going to have more on last night's first and only vice presidential debate. >> between the many interruptions, tim kaine and mike pence clashed on everything from terrorism to abortion, but did either one of them come out a clear winner? and later in our next half hour, the scary clown craze th phenomenon. with clown sightings is more than two dozen states, what the white house is now saying. you're watching "world news now." "world news now" continues
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reagan said something interesting about nuclear proliferation back in the 1980s.
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proliferation is that some fool or maniac could trigger a catastrophic event. i think that's who governor pence's running mate is, who president reagan warned us about. >> oh, come on. senator, senator, that was even beneath you and hillary clinton. and that's pretty low. >> well, that was one of the many intense exchanges last night during the only vice presidential debate. and it was one that was more energetic than many expect. >> yeah. they didn't seem to pull many punches. thank you so much for being here, and what did you make of the candidates' styles last night? because they seemed very different. >> they were so different. couldn't be more different. mike pence was a calm choice and demeanor, and tim kaine came to fight. i think both of them were effective. mike pence's top of the ticket is quite feisty.
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reassure voters who are not sold on donald trump that he is a steady, calm choice. where tim kaine wanted to remind viewers of who was the top candidate on the ticket is, of the comments trump has made during the course of of this campaign and he made them over and over again. >> it was almost as if tim kaine was channeling trump from the last debate and pence candled hillary clinton. how effective were the styles? >> i think they were effective. i think that there's a lot of voters out there worried about both choices, donald trump and hillary clinton. i think for mike pence, he really needed to assure voters that he can be the steady choice for that ticket. but for tim kaine, he sold hillary clinton to the voting public, but he also brought the fight. >> one comment getting attention this morning is when asked about one of trump's comments on abortion, pence said donald trump is not a polished
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given how many people distrust politicians, do you think that works for them or can that comment come back to haunt him? >> i think that they've said this a lot through the past campaign. and i think a lot of voters like that. that's why donald trump voters are so loyal. but at this point, we're just over 30 days from the enof the campaign, i think the voters are worried about donald trump and want more of those polished politician comments as those other comments have been getting him in trouble even through last week. >> speaking of comment were so many interesting moments last night. what did you think stood out the most? >> well, one of the moments, i think, that we'll talk about and remembering is the back and forth over this insult-driven campaign. tim kaine and mike pence accused each other of an insult-driven campaign, and mike pence tried to turn it around on the clinton campaign, which, of course, is interesting because insults have really been a hallmark of donald trump and his campaign, so much so that even during this debate, donald trump was retweeting insults on tim kaine, and
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by tweeting it out during the debate. it's a hard argument for pence to get away from. >> absolutely. >> quickly, how did this impact the race now that the debate is done? >> there's no clear winner from this. i think both came to do what they had to do. for tim kaine, hillary clinton had a bump from the last campaign. he wants to continue that momentum. and for mike pence, he wants to assure voters that this is a steady choice for voters. >> it does set up excitement for sunday's big showdown, debate -- >> oh, absolutely. >> -- number two between the presidential candidates. shushannah walshe, thanks for
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wow, i would be worried. >> yes. >> this is a beautiful moment, a 92-year-old song writer, linda rhodes. she writes different gospel songs, she's popular online. her son recorded video of her with an interesting moment. listen. >> whose song is that? >> mine. >> you wrote it? >> yeah, i tried to. >> who's singing it? >> mr. willie. >> willie who? >> mr. willie nelson. >> all right. >> mr. willie nelson. so this is her first time hearing willie nelson perform her song there called "little house on the hill." she started singing along, her voice barely there. >> oh, i love her. >> tapping the toes and giggling like a teenager. >> oh, how cute is she? from one cutie to another. junior, believe it or not, is only eight weeks old. however, he has a very, very
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nicknamed baby bear. his mom says that's what the family thinks he looks like, a little baby bear. when she walks by, it takes forever to go through the store because people ask about this baby. he was born with a full head of hair, and they said it'll fall fall out, it's baby hair. he hasn't lost any of it yet. >> how old again? >> only eight weeks old. >> with that hair? >> eight weeks old, and she's a former hairdresser, believe it or not. she has no intention of cutting it. she wants to let it grow out and see where it goes. >> the kid's going to have great hair. so take a look at this. this is a concept bike, supposedly the fastest bike around. aerodynamic because of the low center of gravity. the seat is kind of like all the way back there, and it's on your hips opposed to your buttocks. it seems kind of not comfortable. >> no. it looked like -- kind of like superman.
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this morning on "world news now," the vice presidential candidates' big night. mike pence and tim kaine battled it out last night, so who did their running mate the proudest? we'll have the latest. matthew makes landfall again slamming into cuba after hitting haiti. it threatened to hit the southeastern u.s. as millions prepare. the latest forecast just in. >> white house is weighing in on the scary clown craze gripping the country. >> the clown phobia that is gripping schools and college campuses over what authorities are now calling a series of pranks gone awry. double elimination on "dancing with the stars," and the surprise of her life no one saw coming. that's coming up in "the skinny" on this wednesday, october 5th.
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"world news now." >> not laurie hernandez, all right. >> all right. coming up, we'll be talking about "dancing with the stars", but first, we have to get to the vice presidential debate. it was a little heated. >> it was heated. it was fight night. it was the clash of the running mates, you might say, each putting up a fight for the top of their ticket. >> both nominees, mike pence and tim kaine, have mild mannered personalities, but last night, they came out swinging, aiming at everything from immigration to e-mails to taxes. your voice, your vote, abc's david wright has the highlights. >> reporter: in virginia, the jv debate, two men battling it out to be a heart beat away from the presidency each made their case. >> six times tonight, i have said to governor pence, i can't imagine how you can defend your running mate's position on one issue after the next. and all six cases, he's refused to defend running mate --
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mouth. >> reporter: democrat tim kaine fashioned himself the attack dog >> the thought of donald trump as commander in chief scares us to death. >> reporter: forcing mike pence to defend trump. >> i can't imagine how governor pence can defend the insult-driven donald trump. >> senator, you and hillary clinton would know about an insult driven campaign. it really is remarkable. >> reporter: pence, poised and steady, deflected, painting the democrats as mud slingers. >> the campaign of hillary clinton and tim kaine has been an avalanche of insults. >> reporter: pence was put on the spot over dold taxes, specifically why hasn't he released his returns? >> he went through a very difficult time, but he used the tax code just the way it's supposed to be used. and he did it brilliantly. >> how do you know that? you haven't seen the the tax returns. >> he created a runway -- because he created a business worth billions of dollars today. >> how do you know that? >> reporter: kaine hit right back. >> donald trump started the campaign in 2014 saying if i run for president, i will absolutely release my taxes. >> reporter: either one of the men could end up with the top job some day.
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>> reporter: kaine tried to ronald reagan him right back. >> he said the problem with nuclear proliferation is that some fool or maniac could trigger a catastrophic event, and i think that's who governor pence's running mate is, who president reagan warned us about. >> oh, come on. senator, senator, that was even beneath you and hillary clinton. and that's -- that's pretty low. >> reporter: in one exchange, accusing trump of being the political equivalent of a super villain. >> donald trump believes that the world will be safer if more nations have nuclear weapons. >> reporter: in the middle of the debate, donald trump retweeted that kaine looked like an evil crook out of the batman movies. >> that is absolutely false. and you know -- you know that, governor. >> absolutely true. >> reporter: for both men, it was a coming out party. the first time they've been tested on the national stage. being a vice presidential candidate may be a thankless job, but for both men, the outcome of this debate has huge implications.
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likely waiting in the wings to return for the top job four years from now. the other will be waiting in the wings much, much closer. i'm david wright in new york. donald trump and hillary clinton were both tweeting throughout the debate, as well. >> yeah. trump said pence won big and called to congratulate him. kaine celebrated at a debate watch party calling the experience intense but fun. >> lana zak is joining us from farmville, virginia, and kaine is getting slack about how he inte was that a specific strategy by the clinton campaign? >> reporter: diane, we knew headed into the debate, they wanted him to be on the attack, but even people within the clinton campaign now are second guessing that. we heard from david axelrod who felt like that strategy back fired. what we really saw from kaine was more like buckshot, trying to throw out as many punches as he could, seeing what landed, as opposed to being strategic. and it seemed like that really
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>> yeah. axelrod was tweeting throughout the whole thing. he was not happy with how kaine looked. kaine interrupted pence 60 times. pence interrupted 37 times. so that said, any sense that the debate will have an impact with undecided voters? >> reporter: well, heading into this, we also heard from some people that because of the very high unfavorability ratings of the two people at the top of the ticket, that undecided voters may look at the two candidates to help them decide who they should cast ballots for, but after this debate, i don't think it's going to be any easier for them to decide between hillary clinton and donald trump. instead, we hear a lot of people who are looking forward to the next debate and potentially even the one that follows it. >> and what are the campaigns saying now that this is all over? >> reporter: well, that's easy. they both said they won. >> yeah. >> reporter: but in all reality, we are hearing that immediately
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a great job he thought his running mate did. we saw the campaign manager for the trump campaign out here, kellyanne conway, she was crowing about what a great performance they had. we didn't have the same enthusiasm coming from the clinton side and i think that speaks volumes about what happened here tonight. >> all right. abc's lana zak live from the vp debate. lana, thank you. tune in sunday night for the second presidential debate, comoderated by our own martha raddatz, full coverage here, and monday morning, we'll be joining you. more breaking news we're following. millions of americans brace for the potential arrival of hurricane matthew. take a look at the scene here. plenty of gas stations from florida to the carolinas as drivers filled up after warnings were issued. and it didn't get any better at some super markets with residents clearing the shelves
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>> right now, matthew is still drenching parts of cuba and haiti and roaring towards the bahamas with sustained winds at 125 miles per hour. they'll see heavy rain and major storm surge today. >> matthew left behind severe flooding and severe damage in haiti and cuba, and at least 11 deaths are blamed on the storm, but the number is expected rise as the full extent of damage is realized. u.s. airlines have been canceling flights to the caribbeans. many carriers are letting passengers change plans without penalty. elizabeth hur has more on the storm. >> reporter: hurricane matthew first making landfall in haiti as the most powerful hurricane in decades pounding the region with torrential rain. and dangerous storm surges is on the move. after drenching jamaica, now cuba is feeling matthew's wrath. with the bahamas bracing for heavy wind and rain that could trigger massive mud slides and
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>> we pray everyone's safe, and it's not as bad as they are predicting. >> reporter: the american coast also on alert. four states of emergency and evacuations set to begin on wednesday in south carolina. >> wherever you are on the coast, we want you to get 100 miles away from that. >> reporter: take a look at these empty store shelves and this long line outside a costco in florida. residents are stocking up after warnings from officials in florida to the carolinas. elizabeth hur, abc news, new york. >> people on north carolina's coastal islands will evacuate this morning, as well. >> because the hurricane is expected to pass up the coast as we hear from accuweather's paul williams. good morning. >> good morning. matthew causes big time problems not just for the bahamas as a category 4, but along the east coast until it begins to strike and slide across the carolina coast, possibly as a category 2. now, this is the problem. as we go into the weekend,
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locally damaging winds, power outages along the coast, and coastal flooding. i'm going to show you something unique as far as the product is concerned. this is the wind associated with the projected forecasting models. watch this. as we go into 8:00 in the evening, 62 miles per hour wind in freeport. the center of the storm will continue to ride along portions of florida, still 47 miles per hour, and will continue to stay strong as it approaches the georgia-florida border. kendis, diane? >> paul, thank you. playoffs like last night's game, we are in for a few weeks of major excitement. >> what an exciting end. last night, the blue jays and orioles were tied at two in the bottom of the 11th when toronto's edwin encarnacion came to the plate. one pitch later, they weren't tied any more.. >> his walk-off home run sent the jays and fans absolutely wild. toronto takes it 5-2, and that victory sets toronto up for a division series battle with the
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that series starts tomorrow. >> and a lot of people are excited about that because the last time these two teams met up, talking about the rangers and toronto, let's just say they had some bad blood. >> a little bit. >> jose batista there, the jays, taking one to the face. >> a lot of drama. a back flip, a stolen base, some brawling. >> yep. >> all right. >> somebody knocked to the ground. it's going post season. well, coming up, the scary crown craze that's sweeping the country lands at the white house. what officials there are saying as schools across more than two dozen states deal with a wave of threats on social media. later, why vice president joe biden went undercover at a college frat party.
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with megared advanced 4in1. the scary clown cr white house weighing in saying the scary clown craze sweeping the country has the white house weighing in saying local law enforcement should take all threats seriously. >> it comes as public schools in new haven, connecticut, well, they are banning clown costumes this halloween after a threat on instagram. >> now the scare is spreading to colleges. here's abc's t.j. holmes. >> reporter: thousands of college students poured out of their dorm rooms to march,
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don't you want a balloon? >> reporter: -- and do some late-night clown hunting. >> what do we want? >> clowns! >> reporter: rumor of clown sightings at penn state on social media created the clown mob, one saying clowns have come to penn state. this is not okay. and the school newspaper shared this photo of a clown projected on to campus apartments. cln campuses across the country on what authorities call a series of social media pranks gone awry. in massachusetts, a campus on lockdown after a twitter report of a clown with a pitch fork in a dorm. t.j. holmes, abc news, new york. >> oh, there is a real term for this. coulrophobia. this may be the first time that creepy clowns have come up in a white house press briefing. >> i wonder what the press
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>> they asked him about it. he was unsure if the president has been briefed on the situation about clowns. he said law enforcement should review any perceived threats. >> you have to wonder how many of these are just one person here who thinks it's a funny story, and repeats it, and how many are actually threat. >> it would be tough to pick out the wrong clown in a lineup. how do you -- all right. coulrophobia. when we come back, double elimination on "dancing with the stars," and a surprise proposal. i'm still picturing the lineup, enter, and just, like -- >> right? >> the big nose sticking out. "world news now" continues after this from our abc
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? skinny so skinny ? we'll start "the skinny" with not one, but two couples sesht sent packing on last night's "dancing with the stars." >> that's right. first elimination of the night was kenny baby face edmunds and pro partner alison as he admitted mistakes he made on monday night's tango but thanked
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>> this experience is an amazing experience, learning to dance with everyone. the family here is amazing. everyone is just -- i just want to thank everybody, thank the fans, everything for voting for me. it's been amazing. >> and despite his amazing cirque du soleil monday night, it wasn't enough to keep vanilla ice and his part they are, whitney, on the dance floor. >> this is a magical experience. i love it. it's great. dancing makes you happy. this is a happy experience. i'ho appreciate all the fans and the people. >> oh, so enthusiastic and he did so well. >> yeah. >> biggest moment was night was one no one saw coming. >> after their steamy contemporary dance to "just the way you are," the pro-dancer had a surprise for a fellow pro, emma slater. >> i've wanted to do this for such a long
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i love you so, so much. [ cheers and applause ] will you marry me? >> yes! >> who needs a mirror ball trophy when you can walk off the stage with a diamond engagement ring, huh? >> congratulations to them. >> good luck. now on a lower note, the stunning admission from ben stiller on live radio. >> opening up to howard stern about being diagnosed with prostate cancer two years ago. >> at first, i didn't know what was going to happen. i was scared. you know, i was scared. one thing it does is stop everything in your life when you get a diagnosis of cancer because you can't plan for a movie, you can't -- >> no. >> you don't know what's going to happen. >> reporter: the tumor was surgically removed and stiller has been cancer free since then. >> there is a bit of controversy. stiller's cancer was detected by a blood test called a psa, which
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unreliability. next, vice president biden goes undercover. >> marked national domestic violence awareness month by teaming up with an actor in a funny or die video in which the two tried to secretly infiltrate a typical college party. >> back at the white house i'm talking to barack obama. i meet him at the frat house. so watching a program lamas on youtube, you know? >> the video had an important message, though, raising awareness about campus sexual assault. finally, trying to figure out what is up with jude law's hair. >> yeah. so the british actor attempted to pull off a rather questionable mohawk at a literary event last night in london. >> not really a mohawk in the purist sense. it looked like he fluffed it up a little bit and just used gel on the sides. >> did it work? >> according to the production team, no.
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? so we've been hearing a lot about the taxes that donald trump may not have paid over the last two decades. >> but can a billionaire real estate mogul really get away with paying less taxes than, say, a middle class sanitation worker? abc's nick watt asks, what's up with that? >> what's up with that? >> as a businessman and real estate developer, i have legally used the tax laws to my benefit. >> reporter: according to the leaked returns in the times, donald trump declared a nearly billion dollar loss in 1995, so
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in federal taxes for 18 years on a $50 million a year income. >> i have brilliantly used those laws. >> reporter: could i do the same? as a tv reporter in the top 5% of earners who is also refusing to release tax returns, married, two kids. could this sanitation worker of 78 grand a year, married, three kids? >> hi, david. >> david ray, firm handshake, expensive suit, tax wizard. >> half of the american population, give or take, are not paying any federal income taxes. >> how do they get away with that? including retired, disabled, and very low income and super rich like mr. trump. are the loopholes he legally uses, are they open to us? >> good question. >> technically, they're open to you, but they're not things that would apply to you.
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owner, the loopholes are put there for people that are making tons of money. >> i just want to make sure there's nothing else i can do, i mean opening an offshore account in lichtenstein, can we do that? >> reporter: you can't really do that. you'll end up in jail. >> other people don't end up in jail. rich people don't. >> they have millions of dollars to spend on attorneys and financial planners that probably wouldn't be as smart investment for you. >> reporter: no point for us to consult you for our taxes. nick watt for "nightline." >> i liked nick's intro for that guy. firm handshake and tax wizard. i want wizard to appear somewhere in a description of me. >> exactly. that and cool hair. he did have cool air. almost jude law-esque. interesting debate there on taxes. this is abc's "world news now" informing insomniacs for
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good morning, i'm diane macedo. >> i'm kendis gibson. here's the top headlines we're following this wednesday morning on "world news now." hurricane matthew is roaring towards the bahamas after causing catastrophic damage in remote parts of haiti. there's also severe floodinging in parts of eastern cuba, which received about a foot of rain. >> millions of people from florida to the carolinas are not taking cnc stocking up on essentials and filling up on fuel. some evacuation orders are already posted. we have full details, straight ahead. the one and only vice presidential debate turned out to by a feisty matchup. tim kaine and mike pence repeatedly interrupted each other as they tried to convince voters why their party's nominee is the best choice. and with a swing of the
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american league wild card playoff game. a three-run walkoff home run gave toronto a 5-2 victory against baltimore, and fans were extra excited about that. those are the top stories on this wednesday, october 5th. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> good morning, everyone. we're going to start with that dangerous situation as hurricane matthew tears through the caribbean. >> here's the radar. massive storm is now packing winds of 125 miles per hour. you can see it on satellite. forecasters say it's moving into the bahamas, which will see heavy rain and major storm surge today. >> in the wake, a tremendous amount of damage in cuba and haiti. remote parts of haiti suffering extreme flooding and 10,000 people rode out the storm in shelters. abc's lindsay davis is in the hurricane zone. >> reporter: the most powerful hurricane to hit haiti in more than 50 years is causing chaos and panic. >> this is matthew!
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pray for us. >> reporter: matthew made landfill in western haiti just after 7:00 a.m. with winds of 145 miles per hour. the category 4 storm now 700 miles across, but traveling slowly at just 9 miles per hour. winds continue howling across the islands, and the rain, devastating. at least seven killed in the region. this man making the dangerous decision to cross raging flood waters, and this bridge connec the island to the capital city collapsed. this river threatens another of the few bridges lead to go port-au-prince. you see the river absolutely raging, 15 feet higher from normal, and still it continues to rise. concern is so great that police have shut down this bridge. people who are in this area are unable to make it to port-au-prince by car.
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western hemisphere ill-equipped to face a hurricane, and residents still reeling after the 2010 earthquake. thousands of people built on this hillside. they have no running water, no electricity. the real concern now is all this rain and mud slides. another danger? tornados like this one caught on camera east of here in the dominican republic. now the wrath is felt in cuba as it travels north. this man said the waves were so loud, they woke him up. the storm surge already destroyed this home. hurricane matthew continues reeking havoc here in western haiti, the hardest hit area of this island nation. this downed tree tells the story of the sheer power. it's going to take at least a week to restore electricity in the area. >> in the u.s., matthew is being taken very seriously, as well. >> understandably, and states of emergency already in place from florida all the way to north carolina. there have been long lines at
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some store shelves, you see there, are already empty as residents heed warnings about having three days' of essentials ready. >> reporter: south carolina's governor ordered evacuations of coastal communities telling everyone to move 100 miles inland. florida's governor is not mincing words either. >> we can rebuild your home and business, but we cannot rebuild your lives. >> all the forecasts say matthew is not going away any time quickly. details on that from paul williams. paul, good morning. >> good morning. hurricane matthew not backing off any time soon. expected to stay a category 4 this morning at 8:00, and then staying a category 4 as it rips through the bahamas. now, staying a category 3 and 2, saturday morning it targets carolina coast and ripping
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but on the way there, it's going to cause big-time problems with flooding rains, dangerous winds and dangerous wave surges and power outages. >> a long week ahead for the southeast. thank you, paul. turning to the morning's other big story, the low key vice presidential nominees were anything but that as they faced off in virginia last night in the only vice presidential debate. mike pence and tim kaine clashed on issues, and kaine used donald trump's words to make his point, but pence refused to take the bait. it's your voice, your vote. abc's lana zak has the latest from the debate hall. lana, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, diane and kendis. we were told by the clinton campaign we should expect the vice presidential candidates to go on the attack right off from the top, but, still, to some people, even within the campaign, this debate was a surprise. right out of the gate, the battle lines were drawn at the vice presidential debate at
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>> isn't this is discussion. >> reporter: asked to defend his running mate, donald trump, that he didn't pay taxes for nearly two decades. >> he went through a very difficult time, but he used the tax code the way it's supposed to be used and did it brilliantly. >> how do you know that? you haven't seen the tax returns. >> reporter: senator tim kaine ready to pounce on the topic. >> governor pence had to give donald trump his tax returns to show he was qualified to be vice president. donald trump must give the american public his tax returns. >> reporter: kaine forced to defend hillary clinton as well. >> hillary and i believe in comprehensive immigration reform. donald trump believes in deportation nation. >> reporter: attacks coming so quickly, the men talked over each other. >> i'm saying facts about your running mate, and -- >> i'm happy to defend him, senator. don't put words in my mouth. >> reporter: in a surprising turn, the republican, pence,
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on heroism bl before pledging he and trump would do more. >> i want to give this president credit for bringing osama bin laden to justice, but the truth is, osama bin laden led al qaeda. the primary threat today is isis. >> he was calm, but never fundamentally defended donald trump. >> reporter: while kaine and pence interrupted each other continuously throughout the debate, on twitter, another dynamic seemed to be playing out with the account of donald trump head to head. diane, kendis? >> all right, lana, thanks. more coverage later in in half hour, but we turn to other headlines this morning. a u.s. service member has been killed by an ied in afghanistan. it happened tuesday near the pakistan border in an operation against isis. the name of the service member has not been released pending notification of the family. and there are new signs of tensions between the u.s. and russia and syria. moscow beefed up the military
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this comes a day after the u.s. broke off talks with russia over a cease-fire. the russians say the system is purely defensive, and no threat to anyone. the leader of the armed standoff in oregon returns to the stand today. alan bundy broke down as he testified tuesday and was reluctant when he first agreed to keep two ranchers out of prison. he's one of seven facing conspiracy charges. emotional day in a courtroom for a dad accused of deliberately leaving his y son to die in a hot car. the defense acknowledged the father is to blame, but insists he did not commit a crime. we get more now from abc's steve osansami. >> reporter: this 35-year-old father crying in court as his attorneys argued his son's death was an accident. >> ross loved that little boy more than anything. >> reporter: justin ross harris is pleading not guilty. his 22-month-old son, cooper, died on a hot summer day in 2014
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rear facing child seat in the back of his silver suv. >> oh, my god, what have i done? >> reporter: eyewitnesss at the time told us he looked truly destroyed. >> his cries out of desperation and passion and hurt. >> reporter: prosecutors say it was all an act. >> the defendant's own words i love my son and all, but we both need escape. >> reporter: police say while his son was dying right outside his atlanta office, the defendant was inside sexting with other women. he and his wife are now divorced, but she, too, thinks this was an accident. abc news, atlanta. terrifying moments when a man with a knife attacked
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business. it shows the suspect taking swings at employees. the knife in his hand, witnesses said he was yelling that he was going to kill everyone. one employee is knocked to the ground and then several other workers managed to get the suspect outside. no one was seriously injured. and there was some big visitors to one of north dakota's biggest malls. >> a pair of moose on the loose in bismarck. one left town before animal control arrived. smart moose. the other walked around a mall before being cornered at a mcdonald's. officials decided to let the 1-year-old bull leave on its own. if he's still around wednesday, they will take him away. >> i would not want to encounter one of those. >> no. they are kind of scary. this is time lapse video of a kitten being rescued from a 12 story building. >> police officers were on the ground with a blanket, and in the meantime, one went up to the 12th floor and managed to get a rope around the kidden's body to drag him inside. >> oh! that video. >> oh, man. >> it was sent out by the spca
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people to keep your windows closed because, you know, especially a kitten could fall right out. and they're curious to go places. >> interestingly enough, the rescue happened on world animal day. how appropriate. >> oh, okay. because someone across the street called in about a kitty on a ledge. >> eight lives left. coming up, one and done. we're returning to the one and only vice presidential debate, one that was marked by numerous interruptions. we're breaking down the top moments. first, a look at today's temperatures. "world news now" weather brought to you by united health
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? ? that is longwood university in virginia, the scene of the vice presidential debate last night. and abc's ali dukakis takes a look at the moments that are sure to get attention in the days ahead. good morning, ali. >> reporter: good morning, kendis and diane. viewers expected a tamer tone were treated to a tumultuous debate, not unlike what we saw between hillary clinton and donald trump. the first meeting between the nominees' running mates were tim kaine and mike pence showed both ready for battle. the claws were out between have vice presidential picks tim kaine and mike pence tuesday night. >> i can't imagine how governor

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