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the department of education has hit penn state with a record $2.4 million fine. that is the largest fine ever for violating a law that requires colleges to report crimes on campus. it results from the way the school handled complaints about former assistant football coach jerry sandusky. he was convicted in 2012 of sexually abusing ten boys many of them in penn state's locker rooms. it's been warmer in the u.s. this week, and even alaska had record high temperatures this fall. the northern most community in the country had its warmest october on record because there's no ice covering the arctic sea allowing heat and water to rise into the as mos fear. fairbanks celebrated halloween without snow for the first time since 1940.
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week. here in the lower 48, temperatures are returning to normal, sadly. the drought is over for a fourth of california thanks to a rainy october in the northern part of the state. the best drought situation for the golden state in three and a half years. central and southern california still parched. what the drought monitors call severe drought. >> the perfect flight for the traveller with no time to spare. a 13 mile journey from switzerland to germany in just eight minutes. they launched wednesday. it's an eight minute flight, the world's shortest international flight. >> so no peanuts, no cocktails on that flight. so how far would you go to get in a game of golf? how about -- >> this story's great. >> how about sneaking into north korea? >> a pair of australians pulled off this prank. they pretended to be pro golfers, took part in a tournament, outfitted themselves in jackets with australia's coat of arms.
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of coming up with the right answers to a few questions. >> initially, we just said we were a couple of australian golfers. you're the team? we just didn't say no. so we just went along with it. >> what? >> the act continues. because it had to. >> they went on official visits in pyongyang and didn't have any problems leaving the country. that never happens. >> i mean, brave or incredibly stupid. >> stupid. handing over the passports. >> you think? >> you know how many have been detained or never come back for allegedly entering the country under false pretenses. >> if americans tried that, it's bill richardson flying over there to get them free. >> shot 120, 50 over par and told he brought shame to his family. >> with that score? >> i'd say. very, very lucky.
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a new study about how much they're eat, some surprising results. and caught on camera, a hard landing. a plane crashing on runway and crash crashing through a fence. plus, finally revealed, oprah's latest list of her favorite things. >> first, a look at today's high temps. "world news now" weather
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a new federal study found that kids are piling on too much salt. researchers found nearly 90% of children are eating more salt than recommended under federal guidelines and all that salt puts kids at risk for heart disease and other problems later in life. one in nine children already have problems like high blood pressure because of a salty diet. well, there's a consumer alert about a new phone scam involving gift cards. the fcc says scammers pretend to be with official agencies like the irs and fbi and threaten legal action and they demand payment with gift cards. itunes gift cards are mentioned. many of the scammers are targeting elderly. the fcc notes that no legitimate agency would demand payment in the form of a gift card. it's not rain drops on roses, but this morning, we're hearing about a few of oprah's favorite things. >> you know, it's that time of year when she releases her annual list. >> reporter: it's that time of year again. >> so exciting.
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things, a tradition for over a decade, even parodied on "snl." >> oprah's favorite things! >> reporter: for 2016 ranging in price from a free app to $1500 television. a behind the scenes look, a pasta pot that drains itself. >> why hasn't someone this before. >> reporter: a suitcase with a charging dock. >> smartest luggage ever! >> reporter: and, of course, the pajamas, available for $40, but what shements? >> words that comes from somebody's heart. >> nice of her to add that given that this year's is the longest, ever, most expensive. a few of the things on there, a
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and vanilla flower cake. >> sounds amazing. >> a personalized dog blanket. >> those are all important things. >> kendis, i have to correct you more, especially on eating desserts. >> a hair drier. coming up, the once in your lifetime euphoria spreading in chicago. >> fans ready for a big old you're watching "world news now." "world news now" continues
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hd-5-1490 hd-5-1490 it's a victory for the windy city that's been more than a lifetime in the making. >> the cubs' win in more than a century has them promising the victory celebration will be one for the ages. >> reporter: children born during this magical season were brought here to document an occasion that took a century to happen. >> it's insane, and i just had to come down here so i could have them, you know, documentation we were here and we went through this, and they want them to be able to look back and say, you know, there we were, mommy. >> reporter: young to the old rejoicing reminded one of rev rans. living the post army life in california, but a cubs fan.
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never thought i'd see it happen. i mean, i'm 64 years old. never thought i'd see it. hoping and hoping. >> reporter: holly's father passed away three years ago and could feel his spirit here now. >> he would have been so, so happy about the events in the last couple weeks, and he would have been so nervous he would have turned off the tv at a couple of points through nerves, but he would have loved it. >> reporter: generatio s this moment on the minds of many. >> it's a family affair for us. it's a lineage family affair for us. >> reporter: a final thought goes to a woman who helped build chicago for more than 50 years. the calderon family of andersonville says this confirms the validity of coming to america. [ speaking foreign language ]. >> she says this is -- she's
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place to be at because we are the champions. >> we are the champions. >> yes, they are. the cubs manager got a high profile call last night from president obama from air force one. >> he's been very busy. the president extended an inviation to the team to visit the white house before he leaves team and joy at witnessing the cubs make history breaking that 108-year-old curse. >> although he's a sox fan, michelle is a cubs fan because her dad grew up watching the cubs. >> so they have their ties to chicago. very cool. >> excited about it. >> the big parade in chicago later on today starts in wrigleyville going downtown where there will be a rally. no school for chicago kids. >> school's closed? >> schools are closed. >> that's awesome. >> it's been 108 years. they deserve it. >> very cool. that makes the cubs, like, even cooler. no school. >> insomniac theater also cool
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it is insomniac theater it is insomniac theater time, checking out two new movies opening at the box office this weekend starting with an offering from our parent company, disney. >> dr. strange. it's a new entry into the marvel university verse, a disgraced former surgeon who becomes a powerful sourcer. he's known as the ancient one. >> oh, you think you see through me, do you? well, you don't. but i see through you!
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>> pushed you out of your astro form out of your physical form. >> lsd? >> just tea with honey. >> i want to watch more. >> i can't get over how good she looks bald. >> looks good no matter what. >> you can tell if it's covering up the hair, though, right. i'm interested in this. dr. strange earned a whopping 90% certified fresh rating on rotten tomatoes, but contribute are mixed. logic is the last thing any of the minds attracted to this kind of junk want or expect. i think he's talking about you. peter has just three words, a psychedelic stunner. >> looks so good. from that to a fantasy, trolls
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timberlake and anna kendric, trying to save village from creatures, and it focuses on quest and imagine call creatures they meet along the way. >> i'm going to let you slide with a fist bump. shark attack. jelly fish. helicopter. monkey in a zoo. gear shift! ha-ha! okay, okay, okay. now i'm thinking we hug. >> so despite earning 78% on rotten tomatoes, critics are not enchanted, josh bell for kids catchy music, it will be great time-passer, although adults could end up with a slight headache. another calls it a sweet, humorous take on the pursuit of happiness. >> looks cute, doesn't it? >> it does. >> like those things on the end of our pencil. >> which will you see? >> dr. strange. >> because we're disney?
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this morning on "world news now," the presidential election in the home stretch. >> just four days until voters hit the polls, and candidates bringing out the big guns. president obama for clinton and melania trump speaking on the trailport first time since being accused of plagiarism at the republican convention. >> the pit in the stomach is election stress disorder? it's a real thing, especially this year. insomnia, loss of appetite, and what experts say we should do to calm nerves asan it out in the time days. then disturbing discovery, a woman missing for months found inside a padlocked metal container. how two observant deputies likely saved her life. get ready, chicago. it's happening today. the parade cubs fans waited more than a century for. the world series celebration
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32-year-old beer that one cubs fan finally got to open. it is friday, november 4th. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> i don't know about that. >> brave man. >> yeah. 32-year-old beer. i don't know. good morning, everybody. i'm kendis gibson. >> i'm linzie janis in for diane macedo. we begin this half hour with the last-ditch effort to win over those battleground states as we enter the final weekend. >> the latest tracking poll shows hillary clinton two points ahead of donald trump, and they are also neck and neck in several key swing states. now trump's wife made a rare appearance on the campaign trail in pennsylvania vowing to advocate for women and fight cyber bullying. but she made no mention of her husband's own frequent social media attacks. tom llamas is covering the republican team.
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grasp. >> i'll tell you, we are going to rule the day, this group, we're going to rule the day. >> reporter: trump in florida realizing he has company. there's a little bit of traffic here on the runway. we have our neighbor here, donald trump, following him, and over my shoulder, air force 1. trump noticed as well, jumping on the chance to take on the president. >> he's down here campaigning for crooked hillary. now, why isn't he back in the office? he's campaigning every day, and i actually think considering that she's under criminal investigation, i think he's actually got a conflict. >> reporter: the republican nominee getting support from his wife, melania. she vouched for him after his own october surprise, that access hollywood tape. trump bragging about groping women. >> they were kind of boy talk. >> reporter: she's been a reluctant campaigner as the race grows tighter. >> i might join him, we'll see. >> she's actually going to make
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>> oh? >> he certainly knows how to shake things up, doesn't he? >> reporter: there she was, her first speech since the convention address went awry after discovery she used passes from michelle obama. she's reaching out to key suburban women voters. >> we must come together as americans. we must treat each other with respect and kindness even when we disagree. >> reporter: the woman whose husband is nope for tweets will champion for kids who are bullied on social media. >> it is never okay when a child is mocked, bullied, or attacked. >> reporter: donald trump watching it from his plane, and now trump taming his own off the cuff instincts. >> we have to be nice and cool, nice and cool. stay on point, donald, stay on point.
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nice and easy. nice. >> reporter: melania trump's speech in the suburbs of philadelphia is no accident there to sway female voters. they believe philadelphia is a fire wall for the clinton campaign, but the trump campaign sees opportunity. tom llamas, abc news, concord, north carolina. and hillary clinton was also in north carolina holding duelling rallies with donald trump, and there was an unusual scene as both arrived at the airport there in raleigh about the same time. trump's plane and clinton's plane nose to nose. >> clinton wrapped up the night on stage with williams and bernie sanders hoping to motivate young voters fighting for equal pay and a higher minimum wage, and trump's campaign was built around bigotry. after hearing sanders, clinton said she was all fired up. >> and i've got to say, too, this election's been a lot more fun now that we're on the same side.
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everything he's done. he's crisscrossing our country, energizing people, getting folks off the sidelines and engaged in politics. >> pharrell also made the case for clinton saying she wants her to shatter the glass ceiling on noember 8th and said the election is too important to sit out. president obama is headed back to north carolina this afternoon. this, by consecutive day of campaigning for clinton. he reached out to college students in florida yesterday saying the race is too close to be taken for granted. anyone who is upset about a "saturday night live" skit shouldn't be in charge of nuclear weapons. >> he is temperamentally unfit to be commander in chief.
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great businessman. don't boo. don't boo. don't boo. he can't hear you boo, but he can hear you vote. >> so the president will make his time campaign appearance on the eve of the election. i think he's having a lot of fun doing this. he'll speak at a rally in philadelphia monday night joined by the first lady, michelle obama, hillary clinton, and her entire family. and then the next day, tuesday nights, count on abc for election night coverage starting at 7:00 eastern. we'll go about seven hours. our team will be here as the results roll in. a missing south carolina woman has been found alive, but chained inside a storage container. kala brown was reported missing two months ago. deputies acting on a tip heard brown banging on the inside of the container. the owner of the property where brown was found was arrested, but no charges have been filed yet. police say there may be as many as four bodies buried on the property. brown's boyfriend also missing since late august has not been
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testimony in the murder trial of a former south carolina police officer michael slager has moved into the second day today. he's charged with killing an unarmed black man in a traffic stop last year. cell phone video captures him shooting walter scott in the back as scott ran away. prosecutos say scott let his sense of authority get the best of him. new details about the deadly bus crash in baltimore this week. state regulators say the driver have been behind the wheel. his commercial driver's license suspended two months earlier. glenn chapel convicted of a violent crime which would prohibit him from driving a school bus. six people died including chapel. harvard has cancelled its men's soccer season after discovering players made sexual scouting reports about the women's team. the ivy league university first learned of the so-called rating system in 2012.
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that season. the president says the school is looking into whether the behavior is taking place for other teams as well. after more than a century, chicago celebrates a world series championship today. the parade honoring the chicago cubs kicks off at 10:00 a.m. in wrigley field and makes its way south downtown for a noon rally. >> so mayor rahm emanuel is promising a stand the test of time. the parade and rally are expected to draw championship celebrations for the bulls in the 1990s, public schools, get this, closed for the day, and there will be extra service this morning to accommodate all the fans who are trying to get there on the blue line and all the other lines. >> and one long suffering fan celebrated in a very special way. this man took out a can of beer that he had been saving for 32
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it until the cubs won the world series. >> so the beer -- >> -- has been waiting since, well, since the year cubs pitcher jon lester, was born. >> he has to drink it, right? >> i guess. >> i don't think he does. >> tuesday night, the cubs win and the 32-year-old beer is open. >> i think they call that skunk. >> did he drink it? he did not drink it. >> so even being a cubs fans has its limits. he waited 32 years for this. >> they've waited 108 years. >> the least he could have done is taken a sip, right? geez. >> why some call it the end for fitbit. >> plus, the tilting tower is getting worse, a legal battle over a luxury apartment building that's sinking. did the developers know about the problem before it started to lean? and stressed about the election? you are not alone. this year's contentious rhetoric is causing one workplace to ban election talk. remember, you can find us on facebook at wnnfans.com and twitter @abcwnn. you're watching "world news
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they forecast sluggish sales although the all-important holiday season is coming. >> one must-have gifts, but i guess not so much. we're going to turn our focus now to the growing worry this morning over the tallest residential building west of chicago. >> the city attorney in san francisco is taking legal action over the city's 58-story millennial tower, which they say is sinking into the ground beginning to lean. abc's kayna witworth saw the damage firsthand. >> reporter: the millennium tower soars over the skyline, but the problem is it's getting shorter, sinking 16 inches already, and now it's tilting two inches. the city is suing, claiming the problem was never disclosed to potential buyers, and now the cracks in the sidewalk rattling homeowners. >> we really don't feel safe in this building. >> reporter: frank gernigan says
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direction across the floor of his high-rise apartment shows the tilt in the building. your life's hard work is leaning this way, and someone could have told you that. >> before we bought, absolutely. >> reporter: the building's developer said the city's lawsuit has no merit. >> the building is safe. it's seismically sound, and its structural integrity has not been compromised. >> reporter: not only is the tower sinking and leaning, but it's in a major earthquake zone. when residents walk out the door and see cracks like this, they fear for more than just their investment, but their safety as well. kayna witworth abc news, san francisco. >> it's a big deal. many pept houses there in the building that sold for more than $10 million. regular apartments sold between $1-$3 million. >> regular apartments. >> regular apartments. >> and now they have zero value. the two inch tilt at the base, guess what it is at the top of the tower? a 15 inch tilt. >> ouch.
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the next half hour, dramatic highway rescue caught on camera, an oklahoma police officer pulling over a speeding truck to find a life-or-death situation unfolding inside the truck. what he did next. first, just days away from election day, how many of us are handling the stress of one of the most bitterly divisive presidential campaigns in recent memory? you're watching "world news now." "world news now" continues
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? nowhere to look but inside where we all respond to pressure ? i'm feeling the pressure. we're all feeling the pressure of this hotly contested presidential race else as we come down to the wire ahead of election day. >> the stress has a real and damaging effect in many
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one hospital in new york's long island banned heated political debate in the gym of its cardio rehab unit. the hospital manager says it's raising blood pressure of recovering heart surgery patients. >> not just the workplace, but home too. can you message spouses with opposite opinions here? you don't have to be a heart patient in rehab to feel damaging effects of election stress. in fact, there's a name for it. it's called election stress disorder. >> yeah, it's pitting friends, family and coworkers pitted against each other and pushing many over the edge. here's dan harris. >> reporter: this election leaving you with insomnia, heart palpitations, stomach problems? you might be suffering from election stress disorder. in fact, according to one study, more than half of americans are anxious or stressed over this election. >> they are catastrophising, looking at, you know, worst case scenario possibilities if their candidate doesn't win. >> reporter: online, people are
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using puppies and kittens, even presidential hopeful hillary clinton prescribes this method. but the experts recommend turning off your tv -- not right now, however -- unplugging from social media, exercising, and then there's another method that i personally swear by, meditation. >> we're going to make america calm again. >> exactly. >> reporter: which is why we brought in a nonpartisan ringer meditation teacher, jeb warren, from canada. >> are people here feeling stressed about the election? >> >> i had it. i'm tired of social media, tired of watching my friends, my family fight with each other. i don't think that trump is a decent human being, and i don't want him to represent our country. >> is it stressful at all to be in the same room with people who supporting the other candidate? >> oh, no. i believe we're all entitled to our opinions. just one of us is right, one of us is wrong. i was just kidding, kidding, trying to be funny. >> given the depths of the
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here, do you think medication could scale to be a useful force? >> absolutely, i do. it allows people to make better decisions, and we need a world where people make better decisions. >> start by taking a few deep breaths. >> reporter: we'll come back to this group to see if they've made progress on the path to election enlightenment later. another piece of advice for dealing with election stress is to do something proactive. we're on our way to meet a couple that has done just that. i think it's a great bit of counterprogramming against the venom we get from the media. any time you put an animal into play, you got my vote. >> i'm dave. >> dave? good to meet you, dave. how's the stress in your life? >> i feel like i got a dark cloud over my head, and i know i'm grumpier than i used to be. that's how we started this project to put 28 artists from all over the city holding happy
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this morning on "world news now," competing campaign events. hillary clinton and donald trump with duelling speeches, both in north carolina. their planes at the same airport. the candidates trading jabs in battleground states as the bitter fight comes down to the wire. and new this morning, lights out in sin city. thousands of people forced to evacuate one of the busiest casinos in las vegas. what caused the power outage? new to us this half hour, stop the music, the science behind ear worms. >> why we can't seem to get enough of some of these tunes out of our heads and what's number one when it comes to being catchy. what super model gisele bundchen did with her kids' halloween candy that jimmy kimmel wouldn't even think of doing. that full story on "the skinny"
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from abc news, this is "world news now." >> she's a supermodel and superhuman. >> yes. wait until you hear what she did. >> i'm linzie janis in for diane. >> i'm kendis gibson. starting with the politics because of the end of the bruising campaign season, the presidential candidates and their surrogates are out in force. >> after joint appearances with bernie sanders in north carolina last night, hillary clinton is headed to pennsylvania and michigan this afternoon, a she'll cap off the day at a get out the vote concert with jay-z. >> and trump will be in three states today starting with the rally in new hampshire and chelsea clinton is holding two events there. the latest new hampshire poll, however, has trump and clinton locked in a tie at 44 apiece, and clinton losing the six point lead over there over the last few weeks. in our latest national poll,
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edge over trump. >> as the clock ticks down to election day, trump and clinton are making a mad dash for every vote they can get. they are embroiled in a fierce tug of war over battleground states like north carolina and abc is on the trail, marci with the clinton camp, but we start with karen and the trump campaign in concord. >> reporter: the race for north carolina could go down to the wire. donald trump making a strong push to keep the tar heel state red. >> we are just so hard to believe, five days away from the change you've. waiting for your entire life. >> reporter: north carolina is a true toss up. the latest poll shows hillary clinton up just three points, but republicans say their sport supporters are more fired up pointing out that early african-american voting is down five points from the same time
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how important is north carolina? president obama said the fate of the republic rests on voters' shoulders here. donald trump hoping those shoulders carry him to the white house. karen travers abc news with the trump campaign in north carolina. >> and i'm marci gonzales traveling with the clinton campaign in north carolina fighting to win this crucial battleground state's 15 electoral votes. clinton steering clear of any mention of her e-mails, focusing on attacking trump. >> imagine having a president who demeans women, mocks the disabled, and insults african-americans, and latinos. >> reporter: ending the day in raleigh. >> well, i hope you're going to
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>> reporter: sharing the stage with her former rival turned surrogate, bernie sanders. >> this campaign is about you and millions of other americans. >> reporter: clinton campaign continuing to push for early voting with stops in pittsburgh, detroit, and cleveland. winterville, north carolina. marci gonzales, abc news, winterville, north carolina. the candidates' top supporters are also barn storming as many strategic states as they can to stir up enthusiasm. >> for more insight on the surrogates and where polls stand right now, we turn to our political director, rick cline, good morning. >> reporter: kendis and linzie, national polls showing hillary clinton with a slight, but significant edge over donald trump right now. the flip side of that is the battleground state. the map expands slightly in favor of donald trump. trump, as he makes his foret into boosting state territory has a few more than he had a few days ago. this is also a big period of time for the surrogates. people v criss crossing the country and both obamas spending time on the trail, and, of course, the big event, melania trump. no one has heard much from her throughout this campaign back to the convention, and she's now out there talking about her husband and about her vision for cyber bullying. the speech, though, that could have the biggest impact belongs to time kaine, the vice presidential nominee on the
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entirely in spanish, never before happened among the four major candidates as the president and vice presidential candidates, a moment to be remembered for a long time with big hopes of the democrats and latino turnout. >> our thanks to rick there. on election night, our power house political team will be here every step of the way. count on us for all the results as they come in. a person of interest has spoken with police in of a black church. arson destroyed hopewell missionary baptist church in greenville tuesday night and the words vote trump were spray painted on the building. authorities say a man spoke with them on wednesday and thursday. detectives say he came in voluntarily. his name has not been released. to south carolina now where a real estate broker is under
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found imprisoned on his rural property. investigators say kala brown was inside a storage contained, quote -- chained up like a dog. she and her boyfriend were reported missing more than two months ago. there's not yet any sign of him, but investigators say they've been told there may be other bodies that are buried on that property. the man charged with the ambush style murders of two iowa police officers is behind bars this morning. police say scott green was placed into the handcuffs that belonged to one of the murdered officers, sergeant anthony bememio, and officer justin martin shot within miles apart. bomb sniffing dogs found the gun used in the murders. the supreme court has delayed the execution of an alabama inmate. the decision was handed down about an hour before tommy arthur's death warrant expired. arthur scheduled to be executed by lethal injection thursday night. the court is reviewing the case, but the stay expires if the court declines to take up arthur's case. a casino on the strip shut down after a major power outage. thousands of people forced out of the paris las vegas casino.
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accidently cut the hotel's main power line thursday morning and people were trapped in elevators, but no injuries reported so far. the fire department says the power is slowly being restored right now. the 3,000 room resort set to reopen this morning. the north dakota capital was shut down during protests over the pipeline. more than a dozen protesters arrested after they refused to leave the building. they held a prayer rally on the laup of the capitol and demanded a meeting with the state's governor. protesters say it threatens drinking water and sacred sites they've been protesting there for months. so they are the musical gifts that just keep on giving and giving and it's more like taking your soul away from you. >> your mind, anyway. we're talking about ear worms, those melodies that never leave us. a new study looks as why they
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researchers in the u.k. said good ear worms can't be too simple or too complex. they have unusual intervals that make them stand out, kind of like lady gaga's "bad romance." thank us later for this one. ? i want your loving i want your revenge ? ? you and me could write a bad romance ? ? i want your loving all your lover's revenge ? ? you and me could write a ba romance ? ? oh oh oh ? >> so they found that was the number one ear worm, "bad romance." >> that's cool. >> yeah. >> two years ago it was definitely "call me maybe," remember that one? >> that's lasted. how do you get rid of it. listening to the song all the way through may actually help, and listening to or thinking about another song may do the trick. i've tried doing that. >> psychologists call that exposure therapy. so if if it's in your head, just
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>> yeah. >> then it leaves? >> this is my ear worm. it's ironic because the title of the "can't get you out of my head", and, oh, my god, just get out of my head, but that was no. 2 on the list. >> makes feels like i do right now. >> he's actually not listening to it. but it's stuck in his head. >> another one, "don't stop believing." >> yes. ? hot night wind was blowing ? >> you'll thank us for this later. ? hey, i just met you ? >> we can't do the tease because we have to sing. i'm occupied. >> is that what you're jamming to, jack? >> yeah. coming up in "the skinny, a celebrity giving away her kids' halloween candy. a vehicle cart wheeling through traffic and the good samaritan races to the rescue. plus a traffic stop turning into something a police officer never expected. how he ended up saving someone's life. but first, let's give you a look
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much. this violent traffic accident in houston seen on surveillance video brought out the best in a woman working nearby. victoria hogan heard the crash from our desk and did not hesitate running right to the wreck. she pulled out the suv's elderly driver and her boss said what she did was danger, but she said she'd do it again. afterall, the shop does not promise complete car care. another praised this morning caught on camera as well. >> a police officer in oklahoma pulled over a truck for speeding, but what he found inside the truck was the last here is abc's clat.on sandell. >> reporter: this police traffic stop on a speeding truck suddenly turning into a race to save a live. >> what you got going on? >> reporter: oklahoma cop jordan jones. >> oh, oh. >> reporter: quickly helps the woman's husband and daughter get her out of the truck. >> oh, she's gone. >> no, she's not. >> reporter: finding a weak
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>> no. say something. please. >> reporter: keeping her alive as they wait for paramedics. >> half of them drove personal trucks to get there as fast as they could. >> reporter: minutes later, a sign of hope. >> come on, dana! wake up, dana! >> reporter: the woman makes it to the hospital in stable condition. >> it was time to act. it was you don't have a lot of time. >> reporter: not a lot of time, but thanks to the officer and those paramedics, that woman has a gift of more time. clayton sandell, abc news, denver. >> incredible story. this is something that terrifies me, though, because i've been trained in cpr a few times in my life, never used it, and i'm terrified that i would forget and just -- >> all of it? >> panic, freeze --
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th hopefully during the process. >> feels like it should be required every year no matter who you are because you never know if you'll be in that position. >> so brush up on it. not here, no, not now. all right, the grinch who stole halloween. she's a supermodel. >> and a big oops moment getting ryan reynolds in trouble with his wife. >> it's a good one. "world news now" continues after this from our abc
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so skinny ? >> time for "the skinny." we're going to start with gisele bundchen. she's doing the unthinkable. she did the unthinkable to her kids on halloween. it's well-known that the supermodel and her husband, tom brady, follow a strict diet consisting of veggies and lean meats. >> halloween no exception. they are dressed up in their costumes, but revealed she is gave away all of her kids' halloween candy. >> the couple has their kids so well trained they don't even crave junk food or so she says she tells "people" magazine since they don't have that sugar in the house, the kids took only one bite of the candy and didn't want any more. i don't believe it. jimmy kimmel challenges people to film their kids, and i challenge her to take this next time they refuse candy. >> i completely believe it. i saw it pass on the wire that tom brady's house was egged by
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am i supposed to laugh -- i shouldn't laugh. >> back to the oops moment on national tv that got ryan reynolds in trouble with his wife. >> yeah. during an appearance on conan, ryan inadvertently revealed that he's now the father of two girls, joking that there's a lot of estrogen in the house. in a post, bla confirmed ryan got himself in huge trouble and tried to buy himself out with milk and cookies. he slipped. >> yes. he did. >> that's -- he told us the sex of the baby. >> the baby was born in
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not publicly reveal her name, but she joins big sister jameis who will be 2 years old next month. >> not like the baby was in the womb. >> it's been since september. >> easy to slip. >> yeah. strange. next, one of america's most prolific action movie stars has become a russian citizen. >> the kremlin announced it's awarding russian citizenship to steven seagall he's called for the impeachment for president obama and vocally praised vladimir putin as one of the greatest world leader ever. >> to use the words of another star, i say asta la vista, baby. steven segall is not alone in a french actor went to be exiled there three years ago, and roy jones, jr., given duel citizenship due to frequent business trips there. >> no word on whether segal accepts full citizenship or duel citizenship to pay taxes in both countries, but we say, thank you, russia. up next, pulling out all the stops for a lip sync battle. >> a very provocative side lip syncing to "what a man." ? what a man what a man ? ? a mighty good man ?
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>> it's safe to say she stole the show from her competitor who transformed herself into the weekend. but, yeah, she won. look at that. >> oh, that was awesome. >> finally some friday celebrity real estate porn. >> fashion icon tommy hilfiger and his wife slashed $21 million off the price of their sprawling penthouse apartment atop new york's plaza hotel. >> you can afford it, kendis. it's still 5600 square feet across two floors boasting four bedrooms and four bathrooms listed for $58.9, with a kitchen to die for, amazing library, private terrace and jaw dropping views of central park. >> just for $59 million. what more can you ask for? >> we'll be right back. ? so the election heat was turned up full blast this week on the campaign trail, understandably, with anthony
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? so the election heat was turned up full blast this week on the campaign trail, understandably, with anthony weiner making a surprise return to the headlines. >> who would have thought a pop diva would steal the show at the cma awards? well here now is our weekly friday rewind. >> i'm sure a lot of you may be aski story is about, and why in the world the fbi would decide to jump into an election with no evidence of any wrong doing with just days to go. >> i think this was a terrible error in judgment by the director to release this ambiguous letter. >> and i'd never thought we'd be saying thank you to anthony weiner. >> imagine having a presidents who demeans women, mocks the disabled, insults latinos,
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p.o.w.s, who pits people against each other instead of pulling us together. >> the future lies with the dreamers, not the cynics, not the critics, certainly not the media. we're asking for the vote of every american who believes truth and justice, not money and power, should rule the day. >> i hate to put a little pressure on ya, but the fate of the republic rests on your shoulders. >> i think it's the freaking gas line. look how black that smoke is. >> looked like there was, like, a plane crash. i've never seen anything like this. >> yes, he did. very much. >> my call vance was our worst case scenario, period. >> this was the night we were going to make sure that he didn't hurt anybody else. >> i can't put it into words what this team has battled through all year long and believing we're the best team, but the ups and the downs and
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i mean, it's an unbelievable team to be a part of. every guy on this team roots for each other. >> cheering and yelling and celebrating through the world series, and i can't believe the cubs made it! yeah! >> i just want to thank all my fans, everybody, for allowing me to see my little girl dreams come true. ? >> beyonce doing the cmas. >> she rules. >> you know what else? somebody's doing the new york marathon on sunday. >> jack, jack back there. >> good luck, jack. >> go jack. >> thank you. >> don't miss our updates on facebook at wnn fans. this is abc's "world news now" informing insomniacs for
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good morning, i'm linzie janis in for diane macedo. >> i'm kendis gibson. here are some of the headlines we're following this morning. hillary clinton and donald trump neck and neck in battleground states with four days to go. the latest from the campaign trail coming up. a person of interest speaks with authority in south carolina about this week's arson at a painted the words "vote trump" on the building. the suspect in the shooting of two iowa police officers behind bars this morning. scott green charged in the ambush-style attacks after he was released from the hospital. police are still trying to figure out the motive. the city of chicago comes to a stand still today as it celebrates the cubs' world series victory. the parade starts at wrigley
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celebration ever. those are some of our top stories on this friday, november 4th. from abc news, this is "world news now." good friday morning, everybody. first we start with politics and runup to election day. >> donald trump and hillary clinton and a parade of high profile supporters scurrying across the country to boost voter turnout. >> so both candidates t get this. clinton is holding events in pittsburgh, detroit, and cleveland, and trump is rallying supporters in new hampshire, ohio, and pennsylvania. this sight, yesterday, they crossed paths in the battleground state of north carolina. their campaign planes nose to nose at the airport there in raleigh. trump's plane landing in the background as clinton's sits on the tarmac. >> what a picture. >> showing the importance of the tar hill state no doubt.
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sanders in north carolina last night saying the trump campaign was built on bigotry. >> earlier, hillary clinton was introduced by an african-american woman saying she was part of trump's housing discrimination decades ago. more on the final push for minority and young voters. >> reporter: hillary clinton in the final sprint. >> are you ready to vote? >> reporter: the long time cubs' fan who watched the final game on an aide's ipad now celebrating that big win. >> you know, the last time the cubs won, women couldn't vote. i think women are making up for that in this election. >> reporter: clinton fresh off a whirlwind two day cross country tour that took her from florida to arizona. there clinton with the finish line in sight trying to fire up latino voters making the case by going after arizona's famous
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>> i think it's time you had a new sheriff in town, don't you? >> reporter: her running mate amplifying that message delivering a speech entirely in spanish, a campaign first. clip ton's latino supporters loving it. this woman telling me donald trump doesn't respect women. >> reporter: on a college campus in florida, calling on millennials to turn out for clinton. >> listen, especially for the young people out there, i know some of you, this is your first election where you've been paying attention. and you're out there looking at it, saying, man, this is really nasty. once you get past all the noise and all the distractions, and all the okey doke, the choice could not be clearer because donald trump -- don't boo.
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you already knew that. you can't boo. he can't hear you boo, but he can hear you vote. >> reporter: the obamas, the most powerful surrogates of the campaign. clinton embracing the president after his speech in philadelphia, the two of them together, it is the last image they want voters to see before they head to the polls. revealing the next before the election the clintons and obamas will be side by side at a massive rally in philadelphia. clinton is closing out this race with another whirlwind battle ground state, two are next up, pennsylvania, ohio, and michigan. she closes out friday with a concert with jay-z. abc news, raleigh, north carolina. and rumors beyonce might be there at the concert as well tonight in cleveland. >> oh, wow. trump meanwhile used his
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attack clinton over the fbi e e-mail investigation. >> addressing 10,000 supporters, joined on stage by veterans and took aim at clinton asking how they'd feel if she were commander in chief. >> we know hillary canusted. we've learned that, with america's security. you take a look at her e-mail situation, and can we trust her with our security? she is disqualified for running for president the united states. disqualified. >> trump dug into new reports about the fbi probing the clip ton foundation, but sources say agents did not find anything incriminating. trump's wife made a rare appearance on the campaign trail in pennsylvania saying as first lady she'd advocate for women and fighting cyber bullying. mrs. trump talked about the negative impact of social media and young people but made no mention of her husband's twitter attacks.
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night coverage. our political team will be here with complete analysis as results come in. >> a bond hearing will be held this morning for a scarce realize real estate agent after deputies found a woman chained inside a storage container on his rural property. this morning, investigators are resuming searching the property for bodies of other possible victims. >> reporter: just off the road in rural south carolina, a gruesome discovery, a missing woman found in a container where she was kept for two months chained up like a dog. now this man, todd christopher, a registered sex offender, is under arrest. >> figure out what we'll charge him with. i can tell you that one of the charges is going to be kidnapping. >> reporter: police say they heard the victim bang on the container in a wooded area surrounded by the fence. they were searching the area for them since they were missing in august.
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property. brown says there could be multiple bodies there. >> we're trying to make sure that, you know, we don't have a serial killer on our hands. >> reporter: a realtor, and the victim's friend told a local paper brown helped cleaned houses before she rented or sold them. >> reporter: brown says she was fed in captivity, there was a facebook post saying that they were okay, but family members had always account had been hacked. abc news, new york. >> and linsey is in south carolina this morning on "gma" with more on that story. power is slowly being restored right now after a day long outage at one of the biggest hotels in las vegas. the 33 story hotel evacuated thursday morning after its power line was cut. a contractor accidently cut the building's main power line and 3,000 people were forced out of the hotel casino. the 2900 room resort is set to
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the department of education has hit penn state with a record $2.4 million fine. that is the largest fine ever for violating a law that requires colleges to report crimes on campus. it results from the way the school handled complaints about former assistant football coach jerry sandusky. sandusky was convicted in 2012 of sexually abusing ten boys many of them in penn state's locker rooms. it's been warmer in the u.s. this week, and even alaska had record high temperatures this fall. the northern most community in the country had its warmest october on record because there's no ice covering the arctic sea allowing heat and water to rise into the atmosphere. fairbanks celebrated halloween without snow for the first time since 1940. none is expected for another
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here in the lower 48, temperatures are returning to normal, sadly. the drought is over for a fourth of california thanks to a rainy october in the northern part of the state. the best drought situation for the golden state in three and a half years. central and southern california still parched. what the drought monitors call severe drought. >> the perfect flight for the traveller with no time to spare. a 13 mile journey from switzerland to germany in just eight minutes. they launched wednesday. it's an eight minute flight, the world's shortest international flight. >> so no peanuts, no cocktails on that flight. so how far would you go to get in a game of golf? how about -- >> this story's great. >> how about sneaking into north korea? >> a pair of australians pulled off this prank. they pretended to be pro
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tournament, outfitted themselves in jackets with australia's coat of arms. morgan said it was then a matter of coming up with the right answers to a few questions. >> initially, we just said we were a couple of australian golfers. you're the team? we just didn't say no. so we just went along with it. >> what? >> the act continues. because it had to. >> they went on official visits in pyongyang and didn't have any problems leaving the country. that never happens. >> i mean, brave or incredibly stupid. >> stupid. >> they were a little nervous handing over the passports. >> you think? >> you know how many have been detained or never come back for allegedly entering the country under false pretenses. >> if americans tried that, it's bill richardson flying over there to get them free. >> shot 120, 50 over par and told he brought shame to his family. >> with that score? >> i'd say.
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>> coming up, kids and salt. a new study about how much they're eat, some surprising results. and caught on camera, a hard landing. a plane crashing on runway and crashing through a fence. plus, finally revealed, oprah's latest list of her favorite things. >> first, a look at today's high temps. "world news now" weather
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a new federal study found that kids are piling on too much salt. researchers found nearly 90% of children are eating more salt than recommended under federal guidelines and all that salt puts kids at risk for heart disease and other problems later in life. one in nine children already have problems like high blood pressure because of a salty diet. well, there's a consumer alert about a new phone scam involving gift cards. the fcc says scammers pretend to be with official agencies like the irs and fbi and threaten legal action and they demand payment with gift cards. itunes gift cards are mentioned. many of the scammers are targeting elderly. the fcc notes that no legitimate agency would demand payment in the form of a gift card. it's not rain drops on roses, but this morning, we're hearing about a few of oprah's favorite things.

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