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? right now she's being protected by a rigged system. you can't review in eight days and now it's up to the american people to deliver justice at the ballot. >> on the one hand you have somebody who may be the most qualified person ever to run for the presidency. on the other hand, you've got the donald. >> a sunday bomb shell, that the fbi's review of hillary clinton's emails found nothing
clinton assemblees her political avengers. and it's having a big impact on your money and investment. and democracy take as violent turn as protesters turn against elected officials taking office in hong kong. new details of a deranged serial killer coming to light. >> iwe've got the twists and turns to go along with it. we're hours away before americans head to the poll to decide the next commander and chief. and late breaking news has thrown a massive twist. fbi director comey saying he sees nothing to change his conclusion that hillary clinton should not face charges over her
information. he says agents have reviewed all emails to and from hillary clinton on the personal device belonging to anthony wiener. donald trump after initially celebrating the inquiry, called the latest twist further evidence of a rigged system. >> the investigations into her crimes will go on for a long, laun long time. the rank and file special agents away with these terrible crimes. right now she's being protected by a rigged system. you can't review 650,000 emails in eight days. you can't do it, folks. hillary clinton is guilty. she knows it, the fbi knows it. the people, the people know it. and now it's up to the american people to deliver justice at the
official says the fib's review found that nearly all of the emails were duplicates of ones previously seen by fbi agents. but how much did the investigation impact the millions of early votes cast so far. keep in mind over 42 million votes have been cast nation wide. as our final nbc news wall street journal poll shows. 44% to 40%. now, a two way 48% to 43%. and the clinton campaign celebrated the latest fbi revelation, however, clinton herself did not react to the news, despite several events including a large rally in cleveland with king james. >> we've arrived at a moment of reckoning in this election. our core values as americans are being tested.
this election season. i see it, i hear it. sometimes i'mer the subject of it. i get it. but anger is not a plan. anger is not going to get us new jobs with rising income that will create a strong thriving middle class. >> meantime, lebron jamames tald about his own time growing up in a community that felt disenfranchised. grew up in an inner city and know the whole notion of getting out and voting and i was one of those kids and around a community that was like our vote doesn't matterer. but it really does. it really, really does. >> and clinton's comments came as her surrogates flooded the battleground states in one last push to get voters to the polls. tonight they will hold the largest democratic gathering so
the candidate with firs lat lad bill clinton along side john bon jovi and bruce springsteen. and clinton will finish at a midnight rally in north carolina. tim kaine will swing through his home state before north carolina. while joe, joe biden and president obama span out across the territory in hopes of flipping several states his way, dispatching mike pence to minnesota. and trump himself swingz through florida, north carolina, pennsylvania and innew hampshire before making his last 2016 appearance in michigan and make sure you tune into our election coverage tomorrow night at 7:00
markets around the world are in the green after the fbi's announcement on hillary clinton. cnbc is here to make sense of it all. good morning, nancy. >> good morning to you. no doubt about it. ine investors around the world are cheering the news that hillary clinton is off the hook with fbi. and we're looking at gains of a big 200 points or more for the dow and strong gains for the s&p 500 which is trying to break its longest losing streak since 1980. investors have been largely pricing in a victory for hillary clinton. so that fbi surprise did create anxiety, which is why we're seeing a rebound this morning. but with hours to go, the uncertainty will remain. investors will keep on their toes because they're looking for
get deadlock which means no major economic decisions whoever wins. this morning in philadelphia, urgency to get the transit strike over, at least for a day. city officials filed a motion to seek an injunction to halt the transit strike for election day. they shut down the city's buses, subways and trolleys, also stranding hed and officials are at least hoping the injunction will stick for the election. the hearing is later this morning. hong kong protesters clash outside of a governmental office last night. they doused thousands of protesters with pepper spray but they shielded themselves with umbrellas. some even had gas masks on hand. it's over bejing's decision to
take part in the legislator. they pledged allegiance to the hong kong nation and used a japanese derogatory term for china. the first two deaths are being blamed on a rare tornado near rome, italy. it's being blamed for dozens of injuries and widespread damage. and a oklahoma was felt as far wide as idaho. and schools will be closed. so far no injuries reported. bill karins is here with the election forecast and a look ahead. >> the states people are watching closely for the turn out are the toss up states. and the forecast that looks like the worst is ohio. rain is in the forecast, maybe a
too much and florida, it looks like sunshine galore for the sunshine state. thats t now a closer look at your day ahead. well, today the storm system is still lingering over texas and louisiana and arkansas and tomorrow there could be showers especially alang the florida coast line, a lot of clouds but should be dry from miami to tampa. the warm weather continues and election day forecast. >> no big jackets for a lot of people as well. ahead new details on a serial killer who has allegedly been operating for years. and one you got to see. and . i used to blame the weather for my frizz.
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poll numbers from the state of new hampshire where governor maggie hassan is leading the incumbent by 49% to 45%. the battle for senate control could rest on female candidates in races across the country. kelly o'donnell has the story. >> reporter: the new hampshire heart pounder. >> i'm going to continue to fight. >> reporter: raiserer close. incumbent against current a tougher than expected battle between republican richard burr and former state law maker, deborah ross. the coattails contest. pennsylvania democrats hope hillary clinton can carry katy mcginty to victory, but pat toomy has been polling ahead of trump and keeping it close. and wisconsin's big rematch
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>> yeah. i know, right. this whole election has been so mean. you know what i think can help us? let's get out of here. >> a very nice and touching tribute by "saturday night live." to end the election season. a lot of people probably share their sentiments. over the weekend and it features none other than will ferrell. check this out. >> it turns out there was no hamburger in the hamburger bun. hey there, i didn't see you. i'm will ferrell, typical run of the mill millennial. i wanted to talk to you one vibrant youth to another. let's put down our snapchat, tinder, instagram and other asorted app based technologies
find out that you're the opposite of on fleek or that you're basic or even worse that you've got no chill. >> i was hoping he would come back and do more cameos but even better as himself with the message. >> i love the flip phone. very millennial of him. and dr. strange took number one at the box office, bringing in a whopping $85 million. and second about 45 million to take second place this week. and mel gibson's drama "hacksaw ridge" took third earning about $15 million. >> i wish i had the time to see a movie. i want to know who has the time these days. jimmy fallon has just the thing for you. he put together a segment with just the good stuff. >> hey, remember earlier when you tripped and then you tried
well, it worked. a few people saw it and totally thought you just decided to jog for a second. >> this just in your favorite sports team can now hear your suggestions through the television and they love the helpful advice. so the next time you yell, how about playing some real defense, you can expect to see real defense. >> can you expect this news was really delivered with that kind of positivity about all of those silly things? >> we tried it. es from different nbc stations and affiliates across the country. so when people recognize their own local news guy doing those kinds of stories, it's always pretty funny. >> were you able to catch a movie? >> a little bit too busy. but we'll get through this election and then we can all live our life. >> maybe watch one or two movies in one weekend. this is "early today."
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? breaking this morning. the power lawyer who became the first attorney general has daughter. here with more on the trail blazer's life. >> reporter: janet reno held the job longer than anyone in more than 170 years. >> i janet reno do solemnly swear. >> reporter: president clinton's third choice. reno came to washington after serving as a miami prosecutor for 15 years. barely a month later she
were abused. they were killed by a fire the fbi determined was set inside. she won praise for accepting responsibility. >> i advised the president but i did not advise him as to the details. >> reporter: crime dropped steadily, the first decline in decades. she championed drug courts and keeping young people off the streets. and though she republican blasted her over allegations of campaign finance. >> we've got to do this as objectively and carefully as possible. >> reporter: but she did appoint kenneth starr to investigate a business deal and later expanded his authority, leading to the impeachment and ending with his acquittal in the senate. reno was criticized for her role
to the u.s. in a boat with his mother and died on the way. she determined he should be given back to his cuban father and ordered federal marshals to seize him from relatives. >> i have no regrets whatsoever. i try my best to make sure we avoided this situation. >> reporter: because of her plain speaking and openness about her parkinson's disease, she was a popular figure and repeatedly parodied on "saturday night live," she got the last laugh. she left washington in 2001 saying she wanted to tour the country in a brand new pick up truck. na narrowly losing a run and ending a life of service she said was dedicated to the rule of law. >> i'm frances rivera. thanks so much for watching
the fbi rules on hillary clinton's emails says no charges should be filed. >>
donald trump back in the bay area this morning for the second time in 3 days as hillary clinton sends some heavy hitters our way. >> then a horrific crash kills a father and his 2 young children on i-75. the latest on the sole survivor. good morning. and welcome to news channel 8 today.