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tonight, breaking news. on the eve of this election, the new fbi bombshell. the fbi director now clearing hillary clinton, after reviewing the newly discovered e-mails. both trump and clinton in the air when the news breaks. the cameras waiting, what she said, as clinton takes the stagi and with just two days to go, our brand new tracking poll. where the race stands right now. also, the serial killer confession. the woman kidnapped, discovered chained in a storage shed. tonight, the suspect leading authorities to several more bodies. the fiery explosion in an apartment complex, bursting into flames. the race to save families
the search for the mother, last seen jogging near her home. the ping allegedly used to find her phone. and on a sunday night, "america strong." the boy finally in the game. good evening. we are all here tonight because we're just two days away from this country electing a new president. every turn in this campaign, impossible to predict. and tonight, a new one. with just 48 hours to go, the fbi director clearing hillary clinton on the new e-mails. trump's team saying the fbi director mishandled the investigation. what trump himself said when he got to the bottom of those stairs. clinton, a short time later onstage in cleveland. with lebron james, telling voters their vote matters. pierre thomas on the fbi's conclusion coming in late today. >> reporter: and just like that, it's over.
the investigation into hillary clinton's private e-mail server, and even admitting he wasn't sure the material was -- fbi director james comey told congress today, we have not changed our conclusions we expressed in july. back then, he called clinton's handling of e-mails careless, but saying no charges in the case. he said the new batch of e-mails contained duplicates of e-mails that had already been reviewed. agents sorted through thousands of e-mails found on a laptop shared by huma abedin and disgraced ex-congressman anthony weiner. being investigated for an alleged sexting scandal. the couple, now separated. >> it's like living a nightmare. >> pierre, so many doubted that
had already been reviewed? >> yes, he said he felt an obligation to tell the public no new e-mails were found. >> two days to go. pierre, thank you. donald trump team outraged all over again. first criticizing the fbi when there were no charges, then praising investigation. now, outraged again. the clinton team frustrated, too. tonight, our abc news tracking poll. hillary clinton at 48%, donald trump at 43%. cecilia vega with reaction from the clinton team as they learned of the news. >> reporter: hillary clinton landing in cleveland. >> have you seen comey's new letter? >> reporter: waiting for the cameras but not answering questions about the fbi announcement. clinton was flying between
aides huddled around an iphone. one coming back to tell reporters -- >> we're glad this is over. >> reporter: and then, an announcement. >> we're adding a guest to our rally on tomorrow night in philadelphia. bruce springsteen will be appearing and performing. >> reporter: it has been a weekend of star-studded campaigning. tonight, clinton in ohio, calling on cleveland's most famous son, lebron james, for an assist. >> i grew up in the innerit i was one of the kids in the community like, our vote doesn't matter. but it really does. it really, really does. >> reporter: it comes on the heels of clinton's appearance with jay-z and beyonce, and her pantsuit brigade. >> eight years ago, i was so inspired to know that my nephew, a young, black child, could grow
realized. by witnessing a black president in office. i want my daughter to grow up seeing a woman lead our country. and that is why i'm with her. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: it's a true battleground blitz. we're here in philadelphia, in a motorcade. hillary clinton is headed to church. clinton making a last-minute appeal to african-american voters. >> there's a lot of noise meant to throw us off our path, to undermine our faith and >> reporter: in florida, president obama echoing those words. >> there has been so much negativity and so much noise and so much distraction, and so much innuendo and rumors and false statements. but i want you to focus on this election and its candidates,
>> reporter: clinton's army of volunteers making a last-minute push. as clinton closes the weekend, declaring what's at stake. >> from seneca falls to selma, from california farm fields to stonewall inn, people have stood up and spoke out to meet the tests of their times. on tuesday, we face a test of our own. everything you care about, everything i care about and have worked for is at stake. >> and cecilia vega with us tonight from cleveland. obviously, relief within the clinton campaign with the fbi's announcement. but you're learning some real frustration with the fbi director behind the scenes? >> reporter: they are frustrated. the initial announcement from james comey couldn't have come at a worse time for them.
states. but now they're looking ahead to the big rally tomorrow, a final passing of the torch. the obamas and clintons, side-by-side, taking place on philadelphia's independence mall. >> cecilia vega, in ohio. thank you. donald trump did not directly address the fbi announcement, but his campaign did and quickly. tom llamas is in michigan tonight. >> reporter: tonight, with news of the fbi's announcement breaking, donald trump's jet parked on a runway in minnesota. when he finally emerged, trump sticking to thri >> real change also means restoring honesty to government. first thing you should do is get rid of clinton. >> reporter: no mention of director comey's latest bombshell. but trump's campaign advisors now attacking him. >> i thought, he's mishandled the investigation from the begin.
tweeting, comey must be under tremendous pressure to cave like this. as trump's march to election day winds down, his supporters out in force. in iowa, excitement in the air. >> we're two days away. we will get the change you've been waiting for, for your entire life. >> reporter: overnight in nevada, a scare. the republican nominee spotting a protester in the crowd. >> we have one of those guys from the hillary clinton campaign. >> reporter: less than a minute later, secret service agents rushing the stage. security guards and police jumping barricades to calm the scene. sources tell abc news law enforcement jumped into action after someone shouted, gun. minutes later, trump was back. >> nobody said it was going to be easy for us. but we will never be stopped. never, ever be stopped. >> reporter: trump's son don jr.
retweeting this message. hillary ran away from rain, trump is back onstage after assassination attempt. but it was no assassination attempt. police soon determined the protester was unarmed. he was later released. also in nevada, republicans alarmed by images like this. a long line of mostly latino voters snaking through poling locations like this. >> it's g locations were kept open for hours and hours past closing time to bus and bring democratic voters in. folks, it's a rigged system. >> reporter: but it's common practice, as long as you're in line when polls close, you get to cast your ballot. this weekend, a marathon. trump cris-crossing the country. hitting one state after another. we started at 10:00 a.m. in tampa, it's 1:00 a.m. on the east coast. he's been campaigning for 15
in denver, trump supporters telling me they're excited to take down hillary clinton. >> i'm not a huge trump fan. most people i know are not huge trump fans. but we're against hillary. >> reporter: i see your shirt. you really don't like hillary, though? >> no way. >> and tom llamas joins us from michigan. we saw hillary clinton there with lebron james. bruce springsteen tomorrow night. >> reporter: everything with donald trump is a competition, even crowd sizes. he's accusing hillary clinton of cheating because she's using celebrities in the final days. donald trump is ending his campaign much like he started it, all by himself. david? >> tom llamas, in michigan. thanks. so, the new e-mail headline, clinton now in the clear. but a battleground map that has tightened.
days out? >> it's a map that still favors hillary clinton. here are the abc news race ratings. red states favor donald trump, blue states favor hillary clinton. if she just holds the states that favor her, on the top, 275 electoral votes, more than the 270 she needs to win. but the state democrats want to put this away, the state of florida. early voting ended today. democrats, with a 33,000 vote advantage over republicans florida, and the clinton team believes they have a big advantage among independents. if they carry florida, it's over. >> and many of the hispanic voters in that state could be important. and donald trump eyeing another big state tonight? >> yes, in the rust belt, wisconsin, michigan, pennsylvania, but no state more
michigan. and it's clear the clinton campaign is concerned about michigan as well. that could be, could be trump's ace in the hand. >> jon karl, thanks. and jon, just two days to go. election night in america, our coverage begins with "world news tonight." then at 7:00 p.m. eastern, i'll join george and the entire powerhouse political team, we'll be here all night long. and we turn to other news this sunday night. the suspect in a horrific least seven murders now. todd kohlhepp, brought back to his property by police. police say he's now confessed to several killings. eva pilgrim is now in south carolina. >> reporter: this man returning to court, authorities say after he was brought into custody accused of kidnapping and
todd kohlhepp with a bombshell confession. today, charged with multiple counts of murder from that 13-year-old cold case. >> sir, just understanding the family is here, anything you wish to say at that time? >> not at this time, sir. >> reporter: the suspect saying few words. families in court. >> i prayed to god for 13 years iv >> reporter: kohlhepp returned to his land saturday, showing authorities the location of two more graves on property. another body found just today. authorities say he may be responsible for at least seven murders. investigators identifying the body found friday as charlie carver. the boyfriend of kala brown. the woman being held on the
>> cause of death is multiple gunshot wounds to the upper extremities. >> reporter: he has not entered a plea in any of the cases. authorities are looking at other unsolved cases for any connection to this suspect. david? >> eva, thank you. overseas to the new front in the battle against isis. and kurdish forces with u.s. backing trying to move isis forces out of raqa. it comes as the campaign to take back iraqi troops going door to door. isis fighting back with car bombs. a bbc team on the scene when a car bomb exploded. five iraqi servicemen killed. back home to an explosion in arizona in an apartment complex. here's ron claiborne. >> reporter: tonight, investigators searching for the cause of that explosion rocking the apartment complex. one possibility, a gas leak.
inferno. firefighters racing to the scene. the blaze consuming the building, as nine people inside fled into the night. if it was a gas explosion, it would be the second in just weeks. this one in patterson, new jersey, and just over a year ago, another house in new jersey blown up by exploding gas. in the overnight arizona fire, six people were injured. one of t hospital. tonight, all that's left, shards of charred wood. and a gas leak, just one of the possibilities that investigators will be looking at. tonight, david, neighbors are helping out those affected by this fire, donating clothing and money to help those who lost their homes just a few weeks before thanksgiving. david? >> ron, thanks. there's still much more ahead on "world news tonight" this sunday. the massive search for a woman. last seen jogging near her home.
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