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where police are searching for suspects after man is shot and stabbed in everett. >> sarah: and new this morning, we're getting our first look at the damage done from a powerful earthquake that rattled parts of oklahoma. >> this is 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: good monday morning, everybody. thanks for joining us. i'm sarah french. >> christa: i'm christa delcamp. ready or not, let it begin. a busy week. >> sarah: i know, man. a lot of anticipation building, chris. finally here, right. finally, right. 37 in boston right now, 39 in plymouth. and it's 46 down in hyannis. take a look at the forecast the next couple days, and it's relatively quiet. in fact, most of this week is quiet. a couple showers on wednesday, that should be it. nothing ruin any outdoor activities you have planned today. mostly sunny skies. temperatures reaching the low to a few mid-50s. we tend to favor the low 50s throughout the afternoon. a few more clouds across
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county down through the cape and the islands. all in all, expect a dry day. election day, a very busy day tomorrow. look at the numbers as we go from the morning, a cool start down into the 30s to the upper 50s by noon. low to mid-60s by mid-afternoon. a few clouds and a mild evening with temperatures close to 50 at 2:00 p.m. more on the seven-day first ahead. >> sarah: time now for fast track traffic with danielle gersh. >> danielle: thanks, sarah. good morning, everyone. happy monday to you. here's a look heading into town of the zakim bridge. not seeing any the roads this morning. let's go to the maps. a couple work crews out there as you head into town on route 93. they're not slowing you down, though. braintree to boston northbound on the expressway, just ten minutes. and then south of town, routes 3, 24 and 95 all looking good. the pike fine all the bay to framingham this morning and route 2 and 3 problem-free to start your monday. let's take a look at those drive times if you're getting ready to head out the door. ten minutes to boston northbound on the expressway. 12 minutes enter town on the
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bridge, 11 minutes this morning. the "t" and commuter rail both starting the morning on schedule. back to you, guys. >> christa: danielle, thank you. we'll start things off with breaking news. janet reno, who was the first woman ever to serve as u.s. attorney general, has died. she served for nearly eight years under president bill clinton. ism chris r kris anderson has breaking details. >> kris: good morning. janet reno's goddaughter confirming she died early this moshing from complications of of 78. janet reno was one of the most recognizable figures during the clinton administration, facing a lot of criticism for the deadly raid on the branch davidian compound in waco, texas, where some 80 people died. and the miami native anchored her hometown when she authorized the armed seizure of five-year-old elan gonzalez from relatives to go back to his father in cuba. that's the latest live in the control room, kris anderson, 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: the election cutdown
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campaigning before voters head to the polls to choose the next president. both donald trump and hillary clinton are fighting for every last vote. >> christa: and that's especially true up in new hampshire. the granite state's four electoral votes could push one of these candidates ahead. we have live team seven coverage as each campaign rallies supporters up in new hampshire. let's begin with 7's victoria warren, who is covering the clinton campaign this morning. vicki? >> victoria: good morning. hillary clinton bringing in some big names,he barack obama, coming here to new hampshire today, proving just how important the four electoral votes in new hampshire are going to be. >> and i believe with all my heart that our best days are still ahead of us. >> victoria: hillary clinton sending a message to voters in new hampshire: >> this election is a moment of reckoning. it is a choice between division or unity. >> victoria: clinton making no mention of the f.b.i.'s
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or word that the review is over. sunday afternoon f.b.i. director james comey wrote a letter to congress saying that based on our review, we have not changed our conclusions that we expressed in july with respect to secretary clinton. a defiant donald trump in michigan not buying the news. >> you can't review 650,000 new e-mails in a day. you can't do it, folks. >> victoria: clinton's biggest advocate, pres hispanic early turnout bumped after his appearance on thursday. >> if we win florida, it's a wrap. >> victoria: in the end, clinton enlisted some added star pour on the campaign trail. >> i was one of those kids around the community that was like, our vote doesn't matter, but it really does. it really, really does. >> victoria: and got the crowd rocking in the granite state.
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clinton's final campaign ramly taking place in philadelphia tonight. president obama will join her there, as well. in addition jon bon jovi and bruce springsteen. live this morning in seabrook, new hampshire, victoria warren, 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: now to the trump campaign. a very busy day for trump who will be in five states. 7's john cuoco live with more on trump's final message. john? >> john: sarah, mikeen night. he'll join donald trump here tonight, continuing a busy stretch for the republican ticket. >> we'll call this the midnight special speech. >> john: midnight madness on the campaign trail. >> this is a marathon today. we're not playing games, right? hillary right now is fast asleep. she's sleeping so beautifully. >> john: trump speaking into the early hours of the morning
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>> it's up to the american people to deliver the justice. >> john: in pennsylvania. >> hillary clinton is the most corrupt person ever to seek the office of the presidency of the united states. >> john: in iowa. >> if she were to win, it would create an unprecedented constitutional crisis. >> john: in minnesota. >> so do you really want a president who doesn't care enough about your vote that she never shows up? >> john: in michigan. >> hillary has bad instincts. taking aim at his opponent. >> you got to help me sing. >> john: even taking shots at jay-z and beyonc? who performed at a benefit concert for clinton over the weekend. >> without jay-z and beyonc? and all of these people, and by the way, my language is much, much cleaner, as you know, than jay-z and beyonc?, boy. >> john: so if you noticed
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to the "new york times," that's because his campaign staff has revoked that privilege. live in manchester, new hampshire, john cuoco, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: meantime, franklin pierce university and the "boston herald"'s last national poll before the election showing clinton's lead over trump shrinking. clinton has 48% of likely voter support compared the trump's 44%, that's one point less than last month's poll. however, 22% of clinton supporters say they election compared with 20% of trump's. 7news has you covered in the race for the white house. election coverage begins at 4:00 tuesday. 7news and nbc will bring you the latest all throughout the night, and check out our reports live from new york city from both trump and clinton's headquarters. i'll be there in new york joined by dan hausle and byron barnett. >> sarah: breaking overnight, crews pull a car out of the charles river in cambridge. we're told two cars were involved in an accident at
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the water. investigate investigators say the driver managed to hop out before the car went into the water. right now worcester police are searching for the driver who allegedly dragged a pedestrian. the victim was dragged about 100 feet sunday afternoon at the corner of sycamore and beacon. investigators believe the man was leaning into the car to speak with someone when the driver sped away. the victim was initially listed in serious condition. officers believe they are loin odyssey. police are looking into a deadly drive in tewksbury. investigators say a 70-year-old man has died after being hit by a pick-up truck on shawsheen street. this was last night. according to the d.a., the driver remained on the seaboard and -- on the scene and is cooperating with police. >> christa: police are searching for suspects after a deadly attack that happened in everett. jennifer eagan has more on this investigation that's unfolding. jen? >> jennifer: christa, sources tell us the shooting happened
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police responded to ferry street sunday afternoon. sources tell us that the victim in this case, michael daube, was shot and stabbed by two suspects who took off and headed toward boston. a witness describes the chaotic scene. >> the guy that got shot, he had to come out to the street. he was right over there. and he kent on saying he couldn't breathe, he couldn't breathe. so the girl said, stay with us, stay with us. is still going on. >> jennifer: and this morning the investigation continues. police are still searching for the two suspects. in the newsroom, jennifer eagan, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: all right, jen, thank you. happening today, the driver accused of hitting and dragging a billerica police officer is due in court. according to the "globe," 28-year-old eric overland turned himself in to police on saturday one day after this alleged assault and battery. this all started when two officers were investigating some
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investigators say one of the officers approached the car. that's when the suspect threw a needle on the floor, put the car in reverse, and then struck the officer. he was dragged roughly 15 feet, but he's said to be recovering. >> sarah: breaking overnight, twitter is back online after a brief outage. the social media site was down for several minutes earlier this morning in the u.s., japan and parts of europe. it comes after wikileaks reported a cyber attack on its e- there's no word yet on why the outage happened. >> christa: breaking overnight, a suspect in custody after a shooting that left a georgia deputy dead and another injured. officials say two officers were responding to a call about a dispute at a home. that's when the suspect opened fire. one officer was killed. the other is in critical condition this morning. >> sarah: new this morning, several people are injured after an earthquake hit central oklahoma. the magnitude 5.0 earthquake damaged a number of buildings
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injuries. officials say the earthquake could be felt in several other states, including missouri and arkansas. >> christa: and we're just getting started for you here on this monday. still ahead, taking action. how boston is taking the process of checking the backgrounds of people who want to become constables after the shooting of two police officers. >> sarah: plus good news for morning commuters. mass dot says toll demolition is ahead of schedule. >> christa: and it's time for this week's "who did it better." br going the distance. see who was able to run away in this sneaker competition comin be noisy. be silent. be near. be far. be joyful. be together. celebrate joy with dunkin's holiday-flavored coffees, espressos, and donuts. america runs on dunkin'. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody
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america runs on dunkin'. >> christa: welcome back. it's 5:14. it's monday morning. hopefully you enjoyed that extra hour of sleep yesterday and a 4:30 sunset. >> sarah: it's very odd, chris, when that sun starts to
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yet. i haven't started cooking and it's already dark. got to be kidding, right? it gets earlier in terms of daylight hours in the morning. so you see sun rising pre7:00. 37 in boston. 31 in bedford. look at the 24-hour temperature difference, and yesterday morning we started off on the milder side from 10 to 15 degrees. of course, we had some showers that rolled on through. those bouncy pieces of snow were kind of picking all over the place when a couple of these wind out of the north 12mph in boston. a little breeze, but not expecting much of a wind throughout the day. wind-chill factor, 29 in boston. 27 in worcester. so certainly feels cooler outside. and most of the area has cleared on out, although take a look at this arc of clouds that stretches from cape cod up through the gulf of maine. that continues to back in toward the cape and the islands and even a few of these clouds building in, backing into plymouth county. across southeastern mass,
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battle this morning. maybe a sprinkle or two, but for the most part, expecting mainly dry day. look at the first tomorrow across new england. hardly anything going on in terms of clouds or precipitation. it's a mild day. we're talking about high temperatures enter the 60s. low to mid-60s on election day. wednesday scattered showers. it will be cooler on wednesday. and behind the front, cooler on thursday, and as we go into friday, saturday, sunday, the trend cns to go down, although friday w the front was still in the 50s. 40s here as you get into the weekend. across the country, a little action going on across the middle part of the country, especially down toward texas and showers extending all the way back this afternoon up to oklahoma and kansas. but this system here not a huge rain maker for us as it crosses on through. again, it will be that cool front on wednesday. secondary front crosses on friday. behind it we mean business in terms of chilly air building in over the weekend.
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low 40s for a lot of us saturday afternoon. could be a few instability snow flurries around as you get into the weekend. no big snows or anything like that. could see a few flakes in the air. a few clouds across southeastern mass this morning. otherwise temperatures today running in the low 50s on average. a few upper 40s across the worcester hills. low 50s in boston. throw mid-40s, mid-50s i should say in the suburbs. clear and cool tonight. very light winds. so we'll see 28 in the cooler suburbs. about 40 in boston. one of those big breakdown temperatures raised from the city and suburbs. term's forecast mostly sunny. gorgeous-looking day. the pick of the week. temperatures running in the low to mid-60s. 7 on 7 forecast going through the rest of the week into the weekend. you'll note that cooler air, especially by saturday. >> sarah: route 128 is back open. crews working to demolish the highland avenue bridge. danielle gersh joins us with the new video of the demolition and an update on the mass pike toll projected.
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crews finished demolishing the highland avenue bridge ahead of schedule. traffic has been flowing normally since the project finished sunday morning. it was detoured around the bridge as crews worked throughout the weekend. right now all lanes along route 128 are open. the demolition of the old tolls to be mass pike continues on schedule. tollbooths have been removed from west springfield, chicago pee and westfield. phase one of the project will be complete soon. they also say construction is ahead places across the state. in the newsroom, danielle gersh, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: well, the celtics looking to rebound from a tough performance against the nuggets. denver scoring 42 points in the first quarter at the garden last night. isaiah thomas scoring 30 for the cs, but boston's defense couldn't view enough to make it much of a game. and the c's lost 123-107. now they take on the wizards down in d.c. coming up wednesday night some the patriots enjoyed
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linebacker james comey -- jamie collins was back on the field. the pats traded collins to cleveland a week ago. he recorded eight tackles in his day but a sunday, but he also allowed jason whitten to get open for an early touchdown as dallas went on to win it 35-10. >> sarah: coming up next on 7news, a south carolina murder suspect confesses to other murders, leading investigators to a grim discovery on his property. >> christa: and a police looking for the gunman who they say shot out several windows. hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this
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>> chris: time is 5:22 on this monday morning. good morning, everybody. it's a cool start, but not all that cold for the time of year. we've had some ocean-effect
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the cape and the islands. a sprinkle or two not out of the realm of possibility. overall today, close to seasonal level, just shy of it. low to mid-50s for highs. 50 in boston. i think a lot of the suburbs between 52 and 54. look at the turnaround tomorrow, though. gorgeous-looking day. this is the pick of the week on election day. more on the seven-day first ahead. >> christa: okay, it's monday. that means it's time for who did it better. >> sarah: today bri is going up against a local olympian who inspired tor sportsmanship. pay attention, because you have to decide who did it better. >> bri: she may not have gotten the chance to medal after getting hurt during her first race in rio, but today olympian abbey d'agostino is going for gold in our sneaker showdown. this is awesome to have you here. >> great to be here. thank you. >> bri: the challenge, see how fast we can complete part of the sneaker assembly process at the new balance global flagship store in brighton. have you ever done this before?
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experts, but never did it before. >> bri: before things kick off, patty explains the process. >> you have to condition it. >> bri: you place it on a mold, outline the bottom with a marker, prime it, and paint on rubber cement. are you ready? three, two, one, make your shoe. get it on there. push that button a few times. put it on your block. use your horn. beep, beep. oh, you're doing a really good >> prepping the sole. >> this is the glue. >> don't touch this with your bare hand. >> am i done? three, two, one, go! >> steam it, make sure that's in there. got to use the shoe horn. okay. now we draw. where>> bri: i'm going the name this one the air breezy. am i doing this right? you give her a lot more help.
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everywhere. having a hard time breathing here. okay. this is taking way too long. i think that's it. the first steps were complete, but we weren't didn't yet. after letting the pieces set, we had 15 seconds to put them together. >> sole first. >> it's already sticking. >> bri: good, good. how trick is this, abbey? >> it does stick quite a bit faster than you think. >> bri: in the end i completed the timed part of the process in 4:06 with only a little rub abbey sprinted through challenge in just 3:17, but her excess amount of cement may have stuck her shoe on the sideline. well done. >> the air breezy didn't live up to the name. >> bri: it didn't. we seal see, because you get to decide who did it better. make sure to head over to whdh.com and vote. >> sarah: all right, as bri said it, it's now up to you to decide who did it better.
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we'll have all your results tomorrow morning at 6:00 a.m. that's fun. >> christa: air breezy. i like it. all right. coming up, keeping busy during the bye week. the pats paying a special visit to boston police officers. >> sarah:. >> reporter: and we're live in boston. with less than 24 hours before the election, hateful graffiti is popping up around the town. we'll tell you what it says straight ahead. >> sarah: plus the investigation into a deadly ho why authorities are asking for your help in gathering information. massachusetts has many great public schools, and we took it for granted that our kids would go to great public schools. but some kids aren't so lucky.
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she ate like a pig. a person who's flat-chested is very hard to be a 10. do you treat women with respect? uh... i can't say that either. alright, good. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. >> sarah: now at 5:30. sending the wrong message, a boston helding hit by hate. what was spray painted about donald trump supporters. >> christa: and constable changes. boston making a major change into the process of how they look into constable's
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officers being shot. >> sarah: and set to sing, the local woman hitting all the right notes on "the voice" hoping to continue her impressive run. >> this is 7news "today in new england." >> christa: it's the seventh of november. thanks for waking up with us here. i'm christa delcamp. >> sarah: and i'm sarah french. let's get a check of the forecast with chris lambert. hey, there chris. >> chris: good morning, everyone. we start off quiet on this monday morning. we're not tracking any showers of rain or grapple coming out of a sprinkle or two down across the cape where temperatures reside into the mid-40s thanks to clouds that continue to back on in. clouds across parts of southeastern mass. do expect sunshine to rule truth the day. low 50s on average. a seasonably cool day. we'll leave it at that. if you say, hey, can we turn it back up into the 60s? sure. how's tomorrow? no election day. no reason to delay weather-wise getting out to vote. there temperatures running low to mid-60s by this afternoon. this will be the nicest day of
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seven-day forecast coming up. >> christa: we'll turn things over to danielle gersh with a check of our monday fast track. danielle, good morning. >> danielle: good morning. heading into town, not seeing any issues. zakim bridge, leverett connector, things still looking pretty light. let's go to the maps. heading into town on 93 and route 1, no problems there. braintree to boston northbound on the expressway, just ten minutes this morning. route 3, 24 and 95 all looking fine. problem-free heading in and out of town on the pike. really all the -- 495. route 2 and 3 looking good to start your monday morning. take a look at those drive times if you're getting ready to head out the door. ten minutes braintree to boston northbound on the expressway. 12 minutes into town on the pike from 128 and 9 3 southbound. 128 to zakim bridge, just 11 minutes. no delays on the roads, at least not yet. the "t" and commuter rail running on schedule. >> christa: let's get a check of your monday top stories. a man is dead after a shooting and a stabbing that happened in
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victim has been identified as michael daube. this encounter may have been triggered by a drug deal. police are searching for two suspects this morning. police are looking into a crash in tewksbury. investigators say a 70-year-old man died after being hit by a pick-up on shawsheen street last night. according to the d.a., the driver did remain at the scene and is now cooperating with police. and closing arguments for the presidential candidates. election day tomorrow. hillary clinton and donald trump are trying to gather some donald trump is holding a marathon five rallies in five states. he did that over the weekend. he'll be in new hampshire today. president obama also in new hampshire today to campaign for hillary clinton. >> sarah: this morning boston police are trying the track down whoever is behind a hateful message spray painted on a mission hill building. it's urging violence against trump supporters, and this is just part of a troubling trend across the nation. 7's nicole oliverio live in boston with more. nicole?
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election has been nasty really for months, but with 24 hours left, police are now investigating. now, the good news is that graffiti has been spray painted over, but it appeared here at the school as the museum of fine arts, and it spread about 20 feet. it was written in white letters all across this gray building that. message read, "kill your local trump supporter." now boston police are trying to figure out who sprayed this disturbing message. we actually saw police driving by circling around the school earlier this morning some it's not cool when first appeared, but once somebody reported it, it was covered up. this isn't the only place this is happening. there are three teenagers in mississippi facing charges for allegedly spray painting anti-hillary clinton graffiti. that happening on a building in the city of meridian. according to police there, the teens painted killary and other messages. the teens were caught in mississippi last week. boston police still investigating. it's unclear what if any charges
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facing. that's the latest live in roxbury, nicole oliverio, 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: right now police are investigating after shots were fired in boston. officers say the bullet shattered several windows at a home last night. no one was hurt. so far no arrests have been made. >> christa: and police are searching for suspects after man was shot and killed in dorchester. this happened early saturday. investigators say the victim went to the hospital himself but later was pronounced dead. boston is making changes after two officers were shot by a constable. 7's kris anderson joins us with a closer look at what constables will now be required to do. kris? >> kris: sarah, some changes are coming. boston police beginning to notify the city's nearly 300 constables they must be fingerprinted so authorities can run out-of-state background checks on them. this move comes a month after 33-year-old constable kirk figueroa shot two police officers in east boston.
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was approved back in april without debate, but officials say they didn't know he had a criminal history out of state. officers were responding to domestic incidents at figueroa's apartment when he began shooting at them. more officers stepped in and returned fire on figueroa and he was eventually killed. two police officers, matthew morris and richard cintolo were shot multiple times. this morning both have been released from the hospital and are continuing their recovery at home. constables have until february to get fingerprinted or their authority to wor may be suspended. live in the newsroom, kris anderson, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: kris, thank you. new details now on gun control here in massachusetts. a suffolk superior court rules that the gun manufacturer glock has to send records to attorney general maura healey. now, healey requested the documents as part of an investigation into safety issues with glock firearms. the gun company says it should not have to provide these documents because it doesn't
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massachusetts buyers. >> sarah: investigate, are looking for witnesses in the roxbury fire that killed one person and severely burned another. right now they are still trying to determine what started the fire at the condemned home. the flames broke out saturday morning, eventually causing the house to collapse. authorities say homeless people lived in that home. >> christa: and we have more news today. while the pats had a bye week, some players took time to show support for boston police. devin mccourty, legarrette blount, matthew slater and owner bob commissioner evans on sunday. they then went to the dorchester teen center to watch a basketball game between police officers and kids from the area. >> sarah: still ahead on 7news, connecticut police investigating after several cars and a home go up in flames. the question this morning: did someone set the fires on purpose? >> christa: and a suspected serial killer in south carolina officially charged after confessing to four different murders. >> sarah: and this morning we're hearing from a local confess taptd were she takes the stage tonight for a live
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>> christa: welcome back. it's 5:39. contestants on the voice are teaming up for the first live show. >> sarah: a local star needs your help. >> kris: courtney harrel has wowed the judges in the first three rounds of the show. tonight the stakes are much higher. harrel worked as a school teacher ins be before moving out to california to work as a songwriter for some of the music industry's biggest stars. now she says it's her t shine. >> i'm most excited about growing, evolving, look i'm excitedded about learning what else is inside of me, learning what else i'm able to do, how else i'll be able to express myself musically. >> sarah: so because of tomorrow night's presidential election, it's all or nothing. tonight all 20 artists will sing and the top 12 will be revealed before the end of the show. you can catch all the excitement right here on 7 nbc, starting at
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"saturday night live" election special at 10:00, followed by all the day's news at 7news at 11:00, going to be a big night for courtney, and hopefully the fan, the viewers can help her out. >> sarah: she has an incredible story. she had a kid really young and she took a back seat there, and she's fulfilling her dreams. >> kris: she's in the spotlight. >> christa: so you vote for her and you vote for president after that. 5:41. everything you need to know and go is coming your way. daylight saving's time. you love that sleep. the extra shut eye doesn't mean benefits for your health. >> sarah: damaged by fire. five cars in a home go up in flames. why authorities think someone started the fires intentionally in connecticut. >> christa: and new this morning boston police asking for your help solving a homicide. the picture they want you to see in hopes of cracking this case. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody
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>> sarah: all right. it's 5:45. time now for everything you need to start your day off right. >> christa: know and go time on monday morning. chris, it's chilly out there to start. >> chris: back the grabbing the puffier coat this morning. christa, 37 in boston now. 31 in bedford. although if you live across the cape, it's not all that cold this morning. 46 in hyannis, 47 in nantucket. thanks to the wind coming in off those warmer ocean waters, and you see the ocean temperature there in basicallies be harbor
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34 in worcester. wind out of the north at 12mph. gusty across the cape. steady wind there, about 15 to 20mph. that's where we have more clouds. more clouds coming in off the ocean. close to the coastline. but away from the coastline, do expect mostly sunny skies this morning and this afternoon. although i think we'll see improvements across the cape and the islands later this afternoon. dry next couple days, wednesday some showers rolling through. a couple linger in close to the coastline thursday morning. thursday afternoon d secondary from the on friday, that's going to slide on in. this is mainly a dry front, but the breeze will pick up and behind it delivers a shot of some chilly air on saturday, maybe even passing flurry out there on saturday morning into saturday afternoon. but overall expecting more cool conditions over the weekend. especially on saturday. 48 to 54 this afternoon. seasonably cool weather. mostly sunny skies. clear and cool tonight. and with light winds, the suburbs drop back into the upper 20s. holding closer to 40 in boston. look at this tomorrow.
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town in terms of what is the pick of the week weather-wise. gorgeous-looking day. low to mid-60s. so above seasonal levels. we'll enjoy it outside tomorrow. 7 on 7 forecast, taking you through the rest of the week. a lot more clouds around on wednesday. a couple of showers out there as well. temperatures generally close to seasonal levels and then quite a bit below it by the time we get into saturday. >> sarah: time now for fast track traffic with danielle gersh. >> danielle: thanks, sarah. good morning, everyone. happy monday to you. here's a look at t things are starting to slow down for that monday morning commute. let's go to the maps. braintree to boston northbound there. that drive up to about 20 minutes. south of town, not seeing any major issues. we have a disabled vehicle here on route the 3 northbound that just happened there in norwell. not causing any delays. route 24, a little slow and go traffic back to brockton now. the pike heading in and out of boston, not seeing any issues there. route 2 and 3 still looking good this morning. 93 slowing down a little bit, but still no major delays back to 495.
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take a look at those drive times if if you're getting ready to head out the door. 20 minutes on the expressway braintree to boston. that's your longest drive so far this morning. 12 minutes into town on the pike from 128. 93 southbound, 128 to the zakim bridge, 12 minutes. the "t" and commuter rail running on schedule. back to you, guys. >> christa: get to some breaking news on this monday. janet reno first woman u.s. attorney general has passed away. she served eight years under the clinton administration. her goddaughter confirming she died early this morning from complications with parkinson's disease. she was 78 years old. >> sarah: the election countdown at just one day. this is the final full day of campaigning before voters head to the polls to choose the next president. but donald trump and hillary clinton are fighting for every last vote. >> christa: this is really true in neighboring new hampshire. the state's four electoral votes given the right combination could push one of these candidates ahead. we have live team coverage as each campaign rallies support in the granite state.
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vicki, good morning. >> victoria: good morning. new hampshire is going to be a big political day for new hampshire, proving just how important the state's four electoral votes are going to be. hillary clinton is going to be making several stops throughout the state. and she's bringing in some big names to help her out. president barack obama will be on the campaign trail campaigning for her today in new hampshire and also in pennsylvania. now, yesterday on the campaign trail, clinton of the f.b.i.'s investigations into her e-mails or word that the review is over with no change of conclusion from the f.b.i. clinton is telling voters that this election is a moment of reckoning. >> it is a choice between division or unity. between strong, steady leadership or a loose cannon who
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>> victoria: her event here with president obama taking place later this afternoon. you can imagine, security will be very tight. she's headed to pennsylvania this evening. president obama are join her, there as well, in addition to some other star power. she's got bruce springsteen and bon jovi also joining her in philadelphia. live this morning in durham, victoria warren, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: let's go to the trump campaign, a very busy day states. john cuoco is live with more on trump's final message here. john? >> john: well, christa, mike pence was in new hampshire night. he'll join donald trump here tonight, continuing a busy stretch for the republican ticket. trump speaking into the early hours of the morning at an event in virginia just one of five stops in five swing states -- pennsylvania, iowa, minnesota, michigan. staying on script, taking aim at his opponent, even taking shots
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performed at a benefit concert for clinton over the weekend. >> without jay-z and beyonc? and all of these people -- and by the way, my language is much, much cleaner, as you know, than jay-z and beyonc?. >> john: if you've noticed donald trump's twitter being more am the, that's campaign staff has revoked that privilege. john cuoco, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: thank you. we want to remind you that 7 has you covered in the race for the white house. election coverage beginning at 4:00 tuesday. 7news and nbc will be bringing the latest all throughout the night. don't forget. you can check out our live reports from new york city from both trump and clinton's headquarters. i'll be there in new york, joined by dan hausle and byron barnett with complete coverage from both campaigns. >> sarah: new this morning, boston police are searching for
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officers say dark nissan altima was spotted near zeigler and dearborn streets around the same time a 20-year-old man was shot and killed. the shooting happened in entered daylight. students on a school bus in the area at the time may have witnessed the murder. officers initially said a white pick-up truck was also spotted mere the scene of the shooting. >> christa: right now officials are investigating a fire in connecticut that damaged five cars and a home as a suspected case of arson. anderson. kris, you have more on the damage here. >> kris: right now officials say this fire started inside one of those cars and eventually spread to four others. there were six people inside of the home at the time of this fire. they were able to call 911 and able to escape safely. neighbors say they heard what sounded like an explosion and then they saw the flames higher than the rooftops. >> i heard the first explosion, and then i heard the second one. i got up. i looked down the street.
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flames. it was really high, too. >> kris: pretty wild. officials investigated that seaboard. at least two vehicles are a total loss because of the fire damage. live here in the newsroom, kris anderson, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: also this morning, police are investigating after a woman was killed in a serious crash on route 195 in westport. investigators say the 25-year-old driver lost control and hit a jersey barrier before rolling over early sunday morning. she was thrownro died at the scene. five passengers were taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. >> sarah: happening now, investigators heading back to the scene of a deadly discovery in south carolina. authorities uncovering another body buried at the property where a woman was found chained in a metal container. 7's jennifer eagan joins us now with more. >> jennifer: sarah, so far two bodies have been found on todd kohlhepp's 95-acre property. authorities say he led investigators to those grave sites.
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at least seven murders since a woman was found alive chained inside a metal container on his property. the body found on the site friday has been identified as that woman's boyfriend. the couple had gone to kohlhepp's home to clean his house. jennifer eagan, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: happening today, jury selection will begin in the federal trial for the accused charleston church shooter. dylann roof faces the death pe nine african american parishioners during a bible study last year. the process to narrow down potential jurors will start today, but it is expected to take several weeks. new york real estate heir and star of the hit documentary "the jinx" is set to be arraigned in court today. roburt durst is facing murder charges in connection with the death of his long-time friend susan berman 16 years ago. the hbo documentary followed durst's life and cast suspicion
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including the disappearance of his wife. >> sarah: now to the fight against isis. kurdish-led forces backed by the u.s. have announced the start of a campaign to retake raqqa, the headquarters of isis in syria. kurdish and arab fighters located north of the city prepared for the offensive sunday. the u.s. considers the syrian-kurdish fighters as the most effective force against isis. >> christa: and now checking news cross country, two people were hurt after an explosion at a pumpkin-throwing contest. this was in delaware. the victi after an air cannon backfired and sent pumpkin parts flying into the air. right now a woman is in critical condition and man is being treated for non-life-threatening injuries. >> sarah: police called in to respond to a turkey takeover in california. officers say the birds have circled people's cars, trapping them inside, and investigators say they also have received multiple reports of turkeys chasing people down the streets. 911 dispatchers have been
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>> can i help you? hi. >> yeah, there's a turkey between 4th and f and 5th and f that's running around chasing after people. >> i can't leave. i can't go anywhere. i'm literally stuck between two turkeys. they won't leave. it's just... i've got to get somewhere. >> sarah: officials say they are working on a plan to control the turkeys. in our health cas saveing time means it's an extra hour of sleep. >> christa: that extra hour affects us all. you really want to stay on the same schedule, right? the one you're used to. even if your arm goes off an hour later, you still wake up at the same time. a study found that heart attacks are 21% lower following daylight saving time because people are getting more sleep. >> sarah: unless you have children, right, that come in. they're not affected by this, chris. >> chris: newborn at home and
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parent ever, right? taking a look at the forecast as i go through the next seven days. tomorrow the big of the week, low to mid-60s. >> sarah: thanks, chris. stay with us. >> christa: we'll be right back after this. massachusetts' newspapers rarely agree, but they do on question 2. they agree opponents have run a "campaign of misinformation" to spread "fear through white, affluent neighborhoods." they agree in the suburbs question 2 will have "no impact on their schools and their children." they agree it will provide vital "choices for urban parents" and help reduce "the achievement gap." question 2 is "a kid's civil right."
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>> christa: it's the final stretch in the race for the white house. hillary clinton getting a late break in the f.b.i.'s e-mail investigation. donald trump rejecting a finding. both candidates make an eleventh hour push for voters in new hampshire. >> sarah: breaking overnight, new concerns about a cyber attack. twitter goes down and wikileaks says it's been hacked.
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as u.s. attorney general has died. >> kris: also breaking overnight, two cars slide, sending one into the charles river. how a driver managed to escape. >> christa: and who makes a better new balance sneak center bri taking on a local olympian who inspired the world with her sportsmanship. >> this is 7news "today in new england." >> christa: good morning, everybody. we're off and running on this monday morning. 6:00 a.m. i'm christa delcamp. >> kris: i'm kris anderson. a mixed bag over the weekend. some nice temperatures, showers here and there. >> christa: a le everything. >> chris: a little graupel coming out, raindrops out there this morning. cold north and west ofs be. temperatures in the upper 20s. 37 in boston. milder across the cape. wind coming in off the ocean. we we have had more clouds off the ocean and the cape. overall many of us see mostly sunny skies southeastern mass, at least one on the coastline more clouds around through mid-day. and this afternoon we should brighten it on up. highs this afternoon running
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if that's not warm enough for you, look at the forecast for tomorrow. a good ten degrees on top of temperatures. low to mid-60s for tomorrow afternoon. more on the seven-day forecast ahead. >> christa: let's check the morning drive for our commuters. here's danielle gersh. >> sarah: good morning. happy monday, everyone. things have slowed down on the expressway, stop and go traffic braintree to boston. let's go to the maps. you're watching a couple incidents out there, as well. this is a disabled vehicle in norwell, route 3 northbound at 228. we have a crash, the left lane blocked on route 24 northbound there at 495. the pike problem-free heading in and out of town, route 2 and route 3 looking good. 93 a little bit of slow and go back to 495. not seeing any major delays yet, though, heading into town on route 1. no issues so far this morning. let's take a look at those drive times if your getting ready to head out the door. 25 minutes on the expressway. braintree to boston. just 12 minutes into town on the pike from 128.
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on schedule. back to you, guys. >> kris: we begin with breaking news this morning. former attorney general janet reno has died. >> christa: reno was first woman to serve as a.g. let's go to jennifer eagan with more on these breaking details. >> jennifer: janet reno's goddaughter is confirming reno died this morning from complications due to parkinson's disease. she was 78 years old. reno was one of the most recognizable figures during the clinton administration. she faced a lot of criticism for d davidian compound in waco, texas, where nearly 80 people died, and the miami native angered her hometown when she authorized the armed seizure of five-year-old elian gonzalez from the home of his relatives to go back to cuba with his father. in the newsroom, i'm jennifer eagan, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: jen, thank you. the presidential election is now just one day away. hillary clinton has been cleared of criminal wrongdoing in the latest e-mail investigation. the f.b.i. saying there is nothing new in the e-mails, and
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ism meantime, donald trump is rejecting the f.b.i.'s e-mail conclusion, speaking out at a midnight rally in virginia. part of his whirlwind final days on the campaign trail. donald trump is making his way to new hampshire tonight, so too is president obama where he will be campaigning for hillary clinton. >> christa: and the granite state voters there are playing a key role in the race for the white house. we have team 7 coverage of the campaigns. let's begin with victoria warren. she has the latest from the clinton campaign this morning. vicki? >> victoria: good morning. in new hampshire. president obama, he will be speaking at a big rally planned here at the university of new hampshire later this afternoon. all this proving just how important this state's four electoral votes are going to be. >> and i believe with all my heart that our best days are still ahead of us. >> victoria: hillary clinton sending a message to voters in new hampshire:
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reckoning. it is a choice between division or unity. >> victoria: clinton making no mention of the f.b.i.'s investigation into her e-mails or word that the review is over. sunday afternoon f.b.i. director james comey wrote a letter to congress saying that based on our review, we have not changed our conclusions that we expressed in july with respect to secretary clinton. a defiant donald trump in michigan not buying the news. >> you can't review 650,000 new e-mails in a day. you can' i >> victoria: clinton's biggest advocate, president barack obama back in florida on sunday where hispanic early turnout bumped after his appearance on thursday. >> if we win florida, it's a wrap. >> victoria: in the end, clinton enlisted some added star power on the campaign trail. >> i was one of those kids around the community that was like, our vote doesn't matter, but it really does. it really, really does. >> victoria: and got the crowd rocking in the granite state.
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again, the rally with president obama happening here at the university of new hampshire later this afternoon. security as you can imagine is incredibly tight. hillary clinton's final rally going to be this evening in philadelphia. president obama will join her there, and she's also enlisting some other star power, bruce springsteen and bon jovi. live this morning in durham, victoria warren, 7news "today in new england." >> kris: vicki, thanks so much. donald trump is on a battleground blitz. he's speaking in five states today, florida, north carolina, mav pa, new hampshire, and he will wrap things up in michigan tonight. he and running mate mike pence will hold a rally at southern new hampshire university. that's where we find 7's john cuoco with the very latest on the trump campaign. john, good morning. >> john: chris, mike pence was in new hampshire last night. he'll join donald trump here tonight, continuing a busy stretch for the republican
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>> we'll call this the midnight special speech. >> john: midnight madness on the campaign trail. >> this is a marathon today. we're not playing games, right? hillary right now is fast asleep. she's sleeping so beautifully. >> john: trump speaking into the early hours of the morning at an event in virginia, five stops in five swing states. >> it's up to the american people to deliver the justice. >> john: in pennsylvania. >> hillary clinton is the most office of the presidency of the united states. >> john: in iowa. >> if she were to win, it would create an unprecedented constitutional crisis. >> john: in minnesota. >> so do you really want a president who doesn't care enough about your vote that she never shows up? >> john: in michigan. >> hillary has bad instincts. >> john: staying on script, taking aim at his opponent. >> you got to help me sing.
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jay-z and beyonc?, who performed at a benefit concert for clinton over the weekend. >> without jay-z and beyonc? and all of these people, and by the way, my language is much, much cleaner, as you know, than jay-z and beyonc?, boy. >> john: so if you noticed donald trump's twitter being a bit more tame lately, according to the "new york times," that's because his campaign staff has revoked that privilege. in manchester, new hampshire, john cuoco, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: john, thank you. breaking overnight, some cyber activity raising concerns. prior to this election twitter goes dark. wikileaks says it was hacked. let's go to's sarah french who has more. >> sarah: twitter is backin' line this morning after a brief outage worldwide. the social media site was down for several minutes earlier this morning and the u.s., japan, and parts of europe. twitter has not commented about the outage and there is no word yet on how it happened.
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wikileaks reported a cyber attack on its e-mail publication servers. the site posting on facebook that it was targeted after leaking 8,000 e-mails from the democratic national committee sunday afternoon. this only increases concerns of a potential hack attack that could affect election day. intelligence agencies along with homeland security and the military have been working together to combat a possible cyber attack. officials say they are focusing on critical infrastructure such as power grids. only two weeks ago, twitter and other social media sites were affected when the new hampshire-based company den was hacked three times. it's still not clear who was behind those hacks, but some have said it could have been a trial run for election day. in the newsroom, sarah french, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: don't forget, 7news will have you covered in the race for the white house. election coverage begins 4:00 on tuesday. 7news and ?bs will bring you all
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new york city from both trump and clinton headquarters. i'll be there in new york joined by byron barnett and dan dab hoe house -- didn't hausle with updates throughout the day. >> kris: we're told two cars were involved at an accident on memorial drive and river street in crane. one vehicle rolled down the embankment into water. investigate, say the driver managed to hop out of the vehicle before it went enter the water. >> christa: also breaking overnight, a suspect in custody. he abofficer and critically injured another in georgia. officials say the officers responded to a call about a dispute at a home. that's when they say the suspect opened fire. investigators say the officers managed to wound the suspect, as well. >> sarah: and police are investigating a deadly shoot and stabbing that happened in everett. sources tell 7news it appears to have been a drug deal gone wrong. police responded to ferry street sunday afternoon. we're told the victim was shot and stabbed by two suspects who then took off towards be.
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to come out to the street, and he was right over. there and he kept on saying he couldn't breathe, he couldn't breathe, so the girl said, stay with us, stay with us. >> kris: police are still searching for those suspects. >> christa: 6:10 on this monday, and still ahead, parts of oklahoma still rattled by an earthquake. coming up, how they're assessing the damage done by this tremor. >> kris: plus an update on demolition the a key bridge on 128 in oh! really close call right there. >> christa: and a hague-speed police pursuit in california ends with a wild crash. >> chris: cool start this morning north and west of boston in the 20s. 37 in town. 40 down across the cape and the islands. forecast over the next couple days does feature mainly dry weather. and a good chance for outdoor reset for the kids the next couple days with sun-filled skies. more on the seven-day forecast
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>> kris: did you get outside this weekend at all? >> christa: a little bit. getting outside because little chilly, though. >> kris: definitely a bundle-up morning. >> chris: so we have to turn it up about ten we just have to wait one more day. so give me some time. i'll work on it. 29 in bedford right now. 37 in boston. 40 in plymouth. the wind is out of the north. so bra that brought in some cooler their we saw later yesterday, last night and starting off this morning. it's a gusty wind across the cape. we have some clouds backing in across the cape, as well work temperatures right now into the 40s. if you don't clear out the skies, you have the wind off the water, you don't drop off as much down across the cape. you are miler there.
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promising kris and christa for tomorrow. give it a day to travel eastbound to get into new england. more clouds this morning down through coastal plymouth county, the cape and the islands. overall tomorrow, mild. low to mid-60s. doesn't last all that long, though. this front carves its past through new england on wednesday. a few showers around. not a lot of rain. less than a quarter of an inch for most towns. behind it cooler weather on thursday. not all that cool. i think the temperature thursday near seasonal levels. that will put it into the low to mid-50s. this is the front that means some business. this will work on through later friday afternoon. the breeze picks up, but notably cooler air will wait until we get into saturday. and there will be a chilly day on saturday. low 40s on average for high temperatures. maybe even passing flurry out there. we'll start the moderate on sunday. so it's in the a long duration cool down here, but it will be a little chillier over the weekend, especially saturday and
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mostly sunny skies for us today. seasonably cool air in place. low 50s on average. a few more clouds near the coastline, especially across the cape and the islands. clear and cool overnight tonight. suburbs dropping down into the upper 0s. -- upper 20s. close to 40 in boston. sun-filled skies tomorrow. this will be the pick of the week. low to mid-60s. a few upper 50s in the worcester hills as well as cape cod. but from boston on west in the suburbs, a lot of us thinking about 62 and 65 degrees. a couple scattered showers on wednesday other side of that front, cooler on thursday, not by much, more clouds around on thursday morning, more sunshine by this afternoon. friday, saturday and sunday looking generally quiet. dry weather dominating other than a passing sprinkle on friday afternoon and passing flurry on saturday. it is dry. as is the weekend. >> christa: chris, thank you. how about our traffic this morning, danielle? >> danielle: things starting to slow down.
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they were demolishing the highland avenue bridge over the weekend. they finished that yesterday morning. they're running ahead of schedule. so good news on 128 through the needham area there. let's head to the maps and take a look at the rest of you drive this morning. on route 3 northbound at 128, a disabled vehicle. this is in norwell. not causing major delays south of town, something to keep in mind inch bridgewater, this accident has the left lane blocked on route 24 northbound. that's at 495. the pike problem free heading in and out of town. route 2 traffic. it's not looking as bad on route 3. 93 slowing down back to 495. and starting to see that slow and go traffic fill in on route 1 heading into boston. take a look at those drive times if you're getting ready to head out the door. 24 minutes on the expressway, braintree to boston, northbound there. 12 minutes into town on the pike, northbound, 93 southbound, 28 stot disaik scaik. 15 minutes, the "t" and commuter rail running on schedule. back to you, guys. >> kris: danielle, thanks so much. right now people in central
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that hit there last night. jennifer eagan is following the story. she joins us live with the latest, jen? >> jennifer: kris, the earthquake causing damage to several buildings there. it started in the city of cushing. the wake register 5d.0 on the richter scale. this is the second time that city has been hit by a earthquake in in the past week. some people suffered minor injuries. a number of buildings were evacuated. officials announced that classes would be canceled throughout the city to assess the damage left behind. other states, including missouri and arkansas. in the newsroom, jennifer eagan, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: jen, thank you. a police chase in southern california ends with a violent crash. >> oh! really close call right there. man, that was so close. he's going the try to force his way through, sure does, right through that traffic. we're hearing for the first time confirmation... oh, no, he crashed right into the divideer there. what happened?
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>> christa: the driver stole a mercedes-benz and would not stop. the chase ended after about an hour when that car hit the divider that you see there. >> kris: still ahead in the race for the white house, concerns about possible violence on election day. the menacing message squad on a boston building. >> christa: you know what they say, if the shoe fits, right? this morning bri competes against a local olympic runner in a sneaker challenge.
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all families have challenges, and my mom instilled in us very early on the importance of finding solutions to those challenges. and working really hard with your community to get things done. and she made it possible for ben and for me to have a family just like any other family. that's part of the reason that she got involved in public service, because that's what's in her heart... and mom's still that way today. i'm maggie hassan and i approve this message. >> chris: time is 6:22. 29 in bedford right now. it's 4024 plymouth. 46 in hyannis with the wind off the water. milder across southeastern mass so far this morning. seasonably cool today, but look at that. tomorrow, election derek temps in the low to mid-60s. >> christa: chris, thank you. it's monday. it's time for "who did it better." >> kris: today bri is going up
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inspired the world not for her performance, but more her sportsmanship. great story. pay attention. you're the ones who get to decide who did it better. >> bri: she may not have gotten the chance to medal after getting hurt during her first race in rio, but today olympian abbey d'agostino is going for gold in our sneaker showdown. this is awesome to have you here. >> great to be here. thank you. >> bri: the challenge, see how fast we can complete part of the sneaker assembly process at the new balance global flagship store in brighton. have you ever done this before? witnessed it by done by experts, but never did it before. >> bri: before things kick off, our expert patty explains the process. >> you have to condition it. >> bri: you place it on a mold, outline the bottom with a marker, prime it, and paint on rubber cement. are you ready? >> ready. >> bri: let's do it. three, two, one, make your shoe. get it on there. push that button a few times. put it on your block. use your horn.
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oh, you're doing a really good job. >> oh, you missed a spot. >> bri: prepping the sole. this is the glue. >> don't touch this with your bare hand. >> bri: you're good, you're good. >> am i done? three, two, one, go! >> steam it, make sure that's in there. got to use the shoe horn. okay. now we draw. i'm going to name this one the air breezy. am i doing this right? you give her a l m i feel like i'm dripping glue everywhere. having a hard time breathing here. okay. this is taking way too long. i think that's it. the first steps were complete, but we weren't done yet. after letting the pieces set, we had 15 seconds to put them together. >> toe first. that's good. >> it's already sticking. >> bri: good, good. how trick is this, abbey? >> it does stick quite a bit faster than you think.
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process in 4:06 with only a little rubber cement showing on the sneaker. abbey sprinted through 2 challenge in just 3:17, but her excess amount of cement may have stuck her shoe on the sideline. well done. >> the air breezy didn't live up to the name. >> bri: it didn't. we'll see. you get to decide who did it better. make sure to head over to whdh.com and vote. >> kris: like bri said, it's up to you to decide who did it better. she really put her "sole" into this one. >> christa: i knew you were about ready to unveil a pun. >> kris: head to whdh.com and vote. we'll have the results tomorrow at 6:00 a.m. >> christa: coming your way in your next half hour, fire investigators searching for details after a deadly fire. and this morning they're asking for your help in it. >> sarah: and a deadly shooting that took place in front of as be school bus with
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>> reporter: and we're live in boston with less than 24 hours before tomorrow's election. graffiti had to be removed from the side of as with school. i'll tell you what putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. when i come home and dinner's not ready i go through the roof. when you're a star, they let you do it. you can do anything. more accusers coming forward to say they were sexually assaulted by donald trump. i'll go backstage before a show... yes.. and everyone's getting dressed. donald trump walked into the dressing room while contestants, some as young as 15 were changing. standing there with no clothes. you see these incredible looking women.
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a person who's flat-chested is very hard to be a 10. do you treat women with respect? uh... i can't say that either. alright, good.
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go fu_k themselves." vo: because all it takes is one wrong move. donald trump audio only: "i would bomb the sh_t out of them." vo: just one. >> kris: we'relo breaking news at 6:30. a political ground breaker dies. what caused the death of janet reno. >> christa: and the final day in the road to the white house. >> let's go, new hampshire! >> christa: both candidates making new hampshire a priority in their final push for votes. we have team 7 coverage. >> sarah: plus police investigating menacing messages on the campaign trail. >> christa: and breaking overnight a car plunge entering the charles river. what witnesses say happened moments before the crash. >> this is 7news "today in new england." >> kris: good morning. it's 6:30.
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i'm kris anderson. >> christa: seventh day of november. i'm christa delcamp. very busy week. chris lambert is here with more on your forecast heading out the door. chris. >> christa: . >> chris: busy week, but weather-wise not too active across the week as we go through the next seven day, which is good news. there 37 in boston. 29 in bedford. milder across the cape with clouds backing in across the ocean. an enjoyable day. seasonably cool. low 50s. more sunshine and clouds this morning down across southeastern mass along the coastline. busy week. we're talking about it, but how about quiet temperature-wise. it is. look at tomorrow. election day, upper 50s by lunchtime. an you get into 2:00, 3:00 p.m., a lot of towns between 63 and 65 degrees. this will be the pick of the week weather-wise. again, not a whole lot of rain to talk about on wednesday. a couple showers, but we do have some colder weather ahead in the seven-day forecast. >> kris: chris, thanks so much. time now for fast track traffic.
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>> danielle: it's looking a little slow. braintree to boston, stop-and-go traffic pretty much the whole way. let's go to the maps. this is a disabled vehicle in norwell. route 3 northbound at 228. it's not causing major delays, but this accident in bridgewater has the left lane blocked, and that's causing some back-ups on route 24 northbound and that's at 495 this morning. the pike problem-free heading in and out of town. route 2, a little stop-and-go traffic. not as bad on route 3. 93 stop and go back to 4 route 1 starting to slow down as you make your way into boston. but we're in the seeing any major delays there. take a look at those drive times if you're getting ready to head out the door. about 25 minutes on the expressway braintree to boston. 13 minutes into town on the pike from 128. that's your easiest drive. 93 southbound, 128 to the zakim bridge, 25 minutes. the "t" and commuter rail running on schedule. back to you, guys. >> christa: let's get to breaking news this monday morning. janet reno, the first female u.s. attorney general has passed
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god dear confirmed the news that she died early this morning from complications from parkinson's disease. she was 78 years old. >> kris: breaking overnight. crews pulling a car out of the charles river in cambridge. we're told two cars were involved in an accident on memorial drive and river street. one of the cars ended up rolling down the embankment and into the water. investigators say the driver did manage to hop out of the car before it went down into the water. >> christa: also breaking overnight, a suspect in custody after he allegedly shot and killed injured another in georgia. officials say the officers responded to a call about a dispute at a home. that's when the suspect opened fire. investigators say the officers also managed to wound the suspect. well, the election countdown just a day to go now. this is the final full day of campaigning before voters head to the polls tomorrow to choose our next president. and this morning there's concern over messages urging election violence and apparently this is
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nationwide. let's go live to boston. 7's nicole oliverio is covering this for us today. nicole? >> nicole: well, christa, we're now less than 24 hours away before election day. we know this campaign has been getting nasty, but now some of that graffiti is turning violent. the good news is it has been removed from the side of the school at the museum of fine arts in boston, but according to reports, they say the message was about 20 feet lock and spray painted in white letters. it read "kill your local trump supporter." so now bostonic this disturbing message. now, some people say that once they saw it, it was notified, that's when the graffiti was covered up. it's unclear exactly how long it had been on the side of this building, but it is a trend that's happening nationwide. there were three teenagers in mississippi who were also facing charges for allegedly spray painting anti-hillary clinton graffiti. that happening in meridian, mississippi. according to police, they say
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building inch boston police don't know who was behind the graffiti. it's unclear what if any charges they would be facing. that's the latest live in boston, nicole oliverio, 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: new this morning now, boston police are searching for a car that was spotted near a murder in roxbury last month. >> kris: officers say that a dark-colored nissan altima was spotted right near zeigler and dearborn streets. around the same time a 20-year-old man was shot and killed. that shooting happened in broad daylight. students on a school b nearby at the time and may have witnessed the killing. officers initially said a white pick-up truck was also spotted near the scene of that shooting. happening today, the driver who is accused of hitting and dragging a brick ca police officer is due in court. according to the "globe," 28-year-old eric ogland turned himself over to police one day after the alleged assault and battery took place. two officers were investigating suspicious activity in a rite aid parking lot on friday. police say one officer saw the
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were putting the car in reverse. the officer was cragged about 15 feet. good news he's going to be okay. >> sarah:>> christa: worcester e searching for man who dragged a pedestrian on the corner of sycamore and beacon. investigators believe the man was leaning into the car to speak with someone when the driver sped away suddenly. the victim initially listed in serious condition, and officers believe they're looking far blue or gray honda odyssey in this case continuing to look into a deadly drive in tewksbury where investigators say 70-year-old man died after being hit by a pick-up truck on shawsheen street last night. according to the d.a., the driver did remain on the scene and is cooperating with police. >> kris: boston police are beginning to notify the city's nearly 300 constables must be it
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on them. the move comes kirk figueroa shot two police officers. officials didn't know he had a criminal history out of state. officers were responding to a domestic incident at figueroa's apartment when he started shooting at them. more officers stepped in. they opened fire and figueroa was eventually killed. two officers, matthew morris, and richard sin -- cintolo, were both shot multiple times. they have been released from the hospitals and are continuing their >> christa: investigators are looking for witnesses in a roxbury fire that killed one person and severely bushed another. they're trying to figure out how this happened. it was a fire at a condemned home. the flames broke out on saturday morning, eventually causing that house to collapse. authorities also say a group of homeless people were living inside the house. >> kris: still ahead, a bad accident at fall festival. people injured when a pumpkin
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>> christa: a professional race car driver pulled over. his wife calling him out there. >> kris: dale, jr., in trouble. there and how one traveler tried to get away with a koala in a backpack. be right back. >> danielle: from f you're trying to get to rutherford avenue. there's a disabled garkage truck there's a disabled garkage truck that will slow you down. when you're raised by a single mom, you learn how important it is to live within your means. i'm colin van ostern, ok that lesson to my work in business, and it's how i'll stand up for you as governor. by cutting inefficient spending and using innovation to save tax dollars, we'll make new investments without a sales or income tax. to create clean energy jobs, protect affordable health care, and lower college costs and cut student debt. as governor,
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uld bomb the sh_t out of them." vo: just one. >> christa: welcome back. it's 6:40. two people are recovering after a festival accident that happened in delaware. police say both man and a woman were hurt during a pumpkin-throwing contest. investigators say they were hit by debris after an backfired and sent pumpkin parts flying into the air. right now the woman is in critical condition. the man is being treated for non-life-threatening injuries. >> kris: police in australia arresting a woman after a koala caper. get this, the woman was arrested by police after she handed over a zipped bag with a baby koala inside. the woman was stopped by officers for outstanding matters and when they asked if she had anything to declare, she handed over the six-month-old wild animal. the little guy had been taken to a humane center where he is
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so he drives at a high rate of speed for a living, but even nascar driver dale earnhardt, jr., needs to follow the speed limit on the roadway. he was pulled over for speeding while driving to the texas motor speedway for the tripuraneni -- a.a.a. earnhardt was given a written warning. >> christa: sir, can i see l i love that he was on his way to the race,. >> kris: keep it under 200. >> christa: presidential candidates making new hampshire a priority in the final leg of the campaign. we have a final report coming your way. >> kris: breaking news overnight. a twitter outage worldwide. what we're learning about the investigation into the issue. >> christa: and breaking overnight. a car plunging into the charles river. what happened on land to cause
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stories for you. >> christa: what you need to know is it's cold out there to start. here's chris lambert with your monday forecast. >> kris: from boston north and west, 37 in town, 29 in bedford. milder down across the cape. with the wind coming in at 15 or 20mph off the ocean, doesn't certainly feel warm outside. more clouds backing in across far southeastern mass, as well. mild air residing across the great lakes back into a good chunk of the midwest that. will be with us tomorrow. in fact, temperatures from chicago to detroit to pittsburgh today, that's where we'll be for tomorrow afternoon. so we'll trade the low 50s of today in for the low to mid-60s tomorrow afternoon before the next cool front comes on through. so about 50 in boston this afternoon. 53 in norwood. 48 in worcester and then overnight tonight it will fall back into the upper 20s in the suburbs but launch back up into the low to mid-60s for election day. so great weather ahead of us on tuesday. front comes through with a few showers on wednesday, especially
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tries to linger into thursday morning near the coastline, but i do expect thursday afternoon to turn mainly dry. next dry front that will come in is more of a temperature change maker than anything else. that comes in later on friday and behind it some real chilly stuff on saturday. high temperatures only in the low lower 40s. can't even rule out passing flurry. overall a fairly seasonable week. other than a few showers from wednesday afternoon into very early thursday morning, i don't see a whole lot of precipitation over next seven days. guys? >> kris: all right. time for fast track traffic. you need time for the heater to work up this morning, danielle. >> danielle: this is what 93 looks like back to 495 this morning. we were watching a couple accidents. the good news is they cleared. stop-and-go traffic out there on the roads. braintree to boston northbound on the expressway, 31 minutes. south of town, bridgewater accident cleared. route 24, still stop and go back through brockton. route 3 stop and go back through
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the pike looking pretty good heading in or out of town. route 2 or 3 stop and go. 93 really slow all the way back to 495 as i was mentioning. route 1 not looking too bad. take a look at those drive times if you're headed tournament door. 25 minutes to ha f half an hour on the expressway. braintree to boston, 16 minutes into the pike from 128. 93 southbound, your slowest drive 128 to the zakim bridge. 32 minutes. the "t" running on schedule. back to you, guys. >> christa: let's get right to some breaking news. janet reno has died. >> kris: janet reno was first woman to serve as attorney general. 7's jennifer eagan joins us now with all the breaking details here. jen? >> jennifer: chris, reno's goddaughter confirming she died early this morning from complications due the parkinson's disease. reno was 78 years old. reno was one of nose recognizable figures during the clinton administration. she face aid will the of criticism for the deadly raid on the branch davidian compound in wake, you texas, where nearly 80 people died.
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seizure of five-year-old elian gonzalez from the home of his relatives to go back the cuba with his father. reno served two terms making her one of the longest-serving attorneys general in u.s. history. in the newsroom, jennifer eagan, 7news "today in new england." >> kris: jen, thanks so much. and the presidential election now just a day away. >> this election is a moment of reckoning. >> i'm asking do you dream big. >> kris: the battleground blitz is in its final leg. hillary clinton is getting some good news from the f.b.i. on >> christa: but her competitor, donald trump, is rejecting the f.b.i.'s conclusion about her e-mails. both camps here fighting for votes up in the granite state. we have live team coverage from new hampshire. let's begin with victoria warren with the latest from the clinton campaign today, vicki? >> victoria: good morning. we've been saying for quite some time that new hampshire is proving to be very important, and today's going to be a big political day here as these candidates fight for the state's four electoral votes.
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her campaign trail. president barack obama is going to be here in new hampshire campaigning for her at the university of new hampshire, and then later today he's going to join her in pennsylvania. clinton yesterday made no mention of the f.b.i.'s investigation into her e-mails or word that the review is over without any change of conclusion from the f.b.i. clinton is telling voters this election is a moment of reckoning. >> division or unity. between strong steady leadership or a luce cannon. that could put everything at risk. >> jennifer: they're preparing for a pretty good crowd later this afternoon at the univeristy of new hampshire when president obama arrives here. he's going to again be going to philadelphia for a big rally with hillary clinton this evening, and she's also bringing in some other star names for
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and bon jovi. live in durham, new hampshire, victoria warren, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: and donald trump continuing his whirlwind campaign in battleground states. he's speaking in five states today -- florida, north carolina, pennsylvania, new hampshire, and michigan. he and his running mate mike pence will hold a rally at southern new hampshire university. that's where we find 7's john cuoco with the latest this morning. john? >> john: christa, mike pence was in new hampshire last night, and you're right, he'll join donald trump continuing a busy stretch for the republican ticket. trump speaking into the early morning hours at an event in virginia, just one of five stops in five swing states -- pennsylvania, iowa, minnesota, michigan, staying on script, taking aim at his opponent, even taking shots at jay-z and bee general say, who performed at a benefit concert for clinton over the weekend. >> without jay-z and beyonc? and
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the way, my language is much, much cleaner, as you know, than jay-z and beyonc?. >> john: so if you've noticed donald trump's twitter account being a bit more tame, according to the "new york times," that's because his campaign staff has revoked that privilege. live in manchester, new hampshire, john cuoco, 7news "today in new england." >> kris: breaking story from overnight. some cyber activity raising concerns now before election twitter going dark and wikileaks says it has been hacked, as well. 7's sarah french joins us with more on this concerning news here. sarah? >> sarah: kris, twitter is online this morning after a brief outage that affected users worldwide. the social media site were down for several minutes earlier this morning in the u.s., japan and parts of the europe. twitter has not commented on the outage and there is no word yet on how it happened. that came after wikileaks reported a cyber attack on its e-mail publication services. the site posting on facebook
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leaking 8,000 e-mails from the democratic national committee sunday afternoon. this only increases concerns of a potential hack attack that could affect election day. intelligence agencies along with homeland security and the military have been working together to combat a possible cyber attack. officials say they are focusing on critical infrastructure such as power grids. only two weeks ago twitter and other social media sites were affected when the new hampshire-based company den was hacked three times in one day. it's still not clear who was behind those attacks. but some have said it could have been a trial run for election day. in the newsroom, i'm sarah french, 7news "today in new england." >> kris: sarah, thanks. 7news has you covered in this race for the white house. election coverage beginning at 4:00 p.m. on tuesday. 7news and nbc will bring you the latest truth the night. keep it locked here. we will be live in new york city covering both presidential candidates.
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barnett will all be covering all of the major develops for you live from new york city. >> christa: let's get to breaking news overnight. crews pulling a vehicle out of the charles river in cambridge. we're told two cars were involved in this crash at memorial drive in river street. one car ended up rolling right into the water. and investigators say the driver managed to hop out before the car went into the water. also breaking, one person in custody after he allegedly shot and killed an officer and critically injured another in georgia. fire at the officers while they were responding to a call about a dispute at a home. investigators say the officers also managed to wound the suspect. >> sarah: one man is dead after a shooting and a stabbing in everett. sources tell us the victim may have been killed after a drug deal gone wrong. the investigation continues this morning as police search for two suspects. >> christa: and investigators continue their search of a property where a woman was found chained in a metal container. this was in south carolina.
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another body buried on todd kohlhepp's 95-acre property, bringing the total number to two. kohlhepp apparently showed investigators two gravesites. the body found friday has been identified as that woman's boyfriend. kohlhepp has become a suspect in at least seven murders since the woman was located. >> sarah: new this morning now, several people injured after an earthquake hitting central oklahoma. the magnitude 5.0 quake damaged a number of builds last night. minor injuries. officials say the earthquake could be felt in several other states including missouri and arkansas. >> christa: and five cars parked in front of a connecticut home going up in flames. and investigators suspect arson. so neighbors say they heard what sounded like explosions and then saw flames higher than rooftops. officials say the fire started inside one of those cars and then spread to the other four. >> kris: route 128 open this morning. officials say they finished the
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morning. right now all lanes along route 128 are open. >> christa: and the celtics looking the rebound from a tough performance against the nuggets. denver scoring 42 points in the first quarter at the garden last night. isaiah thomas scored 30 for the c's, but boston's defense could not do enough to make it much of a game. the c's lost it 123-107. they now take on the whizzes in d.c. coming up wednesday night. the pats had a bye week, so some players took time to show support for boston police. blount, matthew slater and owner bob kraft meeting with commissioner evans sunday. then they went to the dorchester teen center to watch basketball a basketball game between police officers and kids from the area. so nice they could show a little support there. >> kris: making good use of that time off. >> christa: getting a little r&r as well as studying the playbook you think? >> kris: probably. probably not while enjoying the basketball game. today is a great day to be indoors watching back. lights chilly out there. >> chris: a little cold start. what's sunday when you can't
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what to do, what to do. you watch the other games, just not the same. a little on the cold side today. talk about tomorrow. look at these temperatures. tomorrow afternoon many of us low to mid-60s. this is an enjoyable day, election day. weather will not slow you down at all if you need an excuse to get out and about. how is the weather there? low to mid-60s. get some fresh air, right? take a look at the seven-day forecast. wednesday, wednesday night, early on thursday morning, does turn cooler on thursday itself. over the weekend. maybe even a spot flurry or two on saturday. high temperatures on saturday only in the low 40s. guys? >> kris: not ready for that yet. >> christa: it's a matter of time. >>kris: inevitable. the "today show" is straight ahead. thank you for making us part of your morning. i'm kris anderson. >> christa: and i'm christa delcamp. don't forget we're back for "today in new england" at 9:00 a.m. with your latest news and weather.
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. good morning. down to the wire. with one day to go, donald trump and hillary clinton on a final battleground blitz. >> this election is a moment of reckoning. it is a choice between division or unity. >> the fbi giving clinton a last-minute boos concluding their e-mail search saying there is nothing on anthony weiner's laptop to warrant action. trump blasting that decision. >> hillary clinton is guilty. she knows it. the fbi knows it. the people know it. >> the last-minute push is on. the race is still tight. with hours to go, how will each side try to seal the deal. their campaign managers are making their final arguments

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