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making news in america this morning, donald trump and hillary clinton back together at a charity dinner one night after their final debate. the usually light-hearted affair took kind of a serious tone. >> breaking news from iraq. an isis attack in a major city that's key to iraq's oil production. the terror group striking back another city moves forward. new allegations of customers being targeted by banking giant wells fargo. hear the details about who was allegedly being pressured as some of the bank's former employees speak out. and it's not a flash mob but a flash rob. the group that went into an apple store and came out with thousands of dollars worth of
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all. the presidential candidates are coming off a bit of an awk ward night. >> donald trump and hillary clinton sitting inches from each other at a charity dinner and then delivering some cringe-inducing speeches, at times getting boos from the crowd. abc's stephanie ramos joining us with the latest. good morning, stephanie. >> reporter: good morning. what a night. well, really what a week. it's been a jam-packed week but no matter what your political stance is last night was kind of fun and a little awkward. trump took turns roasting each other but also poked fun at themselves. it's a routine stop on the road to the white house where democrats -- >> i took a break from my rigorous nap schedule to be here. >> reporter: and republicans. >> it's great to be here with a thousand wonderful people. >> reporter: unite for a few good laughs at the annual al smith charity dinner in new york city benefiting catholic charities. first up, donald trump.
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rattle on and on and on, i don't think so badly of rowes o'donnell anymore. >> reporter: this joke getting the biggest laugh. michelle obama gives a speech and everyone loves it. my wife melania gives the exact same speech and people her case. >> reporter: after some zingers, trump tried knocking clinton on corruption and her e-mails. that's when the crowd turned on him interrupting with boos which misdemeanor observers say is a first at the event. [ audience booing ] >> reporter: clinton started with self deprecating jokes but her main focus, trump, gulen after his comments about women. >> he looks at the statue of
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maybe a 5 if she loses the torch and tablet and changes her hair. >> reporter: clinton also taking a swipe at his temperament, personality and relationship with the russians. >> donald really is as healthy as a horse. you know, the one vladimir putin rides around on. >> reporter: but last night ending on a handshake. >> reporter: today the cades are back to business and on the trail. clinton is holding an event in ohio. trump is in pennsylvania and north carolina. kendis, dian of the battleground states over the next five days. stephanie ramos in washington, thank you. donald trump's renewsal to commit to accepting the election results is drawing criticism from democrats and republicans. >> president obama slammed him as he hit the campaign trail for clinton in florida. but mike pence was quick to come to his running mate's defense. >> of course we'll accept a clear election result but we also reserve the right to contest or file a legal
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questionable result. >> trump becomes the first major party nominee in american history to suggest that he will not concede despite losing the vote and athen says today he wil accept the result if he wins. that is not a joking matter. >> first lady mi chimed in in arizona saying trump's refusal to say if he'd accept the outcome of the vote is an insult to millions of americans. breaking news from northern iraq where isis stormed a power plant near the oil hitch area around kirkuk killing at least 11 people. witnesses say the city has been rocked by multiple explosions and heavy gunfire. reports on iraqi tv say all or most of the mill tans taking part have been killed. military analysts say the predawn attack was likely aimed
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operation to reclaim mosul. and in that battle for mosul the u.s. has suffered its first combat casualty. a roadside bomb exploded north of the city killing an american soldier. and u.s. commanders are warning of more casualties saying isis fighters have had plenty of time to plant ieds and that they'll likely use human shields inside mosul. that advantage of mosul is creating a new refugee problem. civilians as well as isis fighters are fleeing that city heading for syria. united nations p many as 100,000 people could cross into syria overwhelming the already crowded refugee camps there. a pro-syrian analyst says the arrival of more complicates that country's civil war. we have learned the names of the two americans killed this week in a military base in afghanistan. sergeant doug riney of fairview was visiting when he was shot and killed. the other man identified as
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a hearing is going on for a former nsa worker. court papers indicate harold martin iii stole a massive amount of top secret data. many times larger than the amount edward snowden is suspected of taking. he gathered it over two decades but the court filing doesn't say whether martin shared the material with another country. the justice department does say it is likely martin will be charged with espionage. announcing what he calls his separation from the united states. during a visit to china he said they will turn toward china and possibly russia. it comes after weeks of making controversial comments about president obama. he also slammed the u.s. economy, the military and what he calls generally discourteous behavior. u.s. officials are puzzled saying it's not clear what he means by separation. the government has issued a mixed forecast for the upcoming
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warmer and drier than normal in the south which means no relief for the california drought. but there will be more cold and snow than usual in the northern plains. >> yeah, so government forecasters predict a normal winter in the northeast. but expect more rain than snow. private weather forecasters though say it'll be a harsh cold winter in the northeast. >> i think i like the first one. >> the government forecast on point. the radar. you can see heavy rain moving through the northeast. temperatures however will be moderate with well, still ahead the lawsuit involving fake apple products on amazon. plus, caught on camera. see thieves getting away with $13,000 worth of iphones in just seconds. and what's with the sharks lately? getting into these cages. another frightening incident
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check out this terrifying encounter when a great white shark makes its way into a diver's cage. video shows the shark pushing its way right into that cage that, of course, is supposed to keep the sharks out. the diver says it was very frightening. this is the same location off the coast of mexico where earlier th another great white smashing into and out of a shark cage. >> frightening scenes there. many patients with aches and pains visit chiropractors for relief and feel perfectly safe doing so. >> but as mara schiavocampo explains an ordinary neck adjustment may have led to the death of a social media star. >> reporter: new information about the sudden shocking death of playboy model and so-called queen of snapchat, katie may. >> hi, i'm katie may.
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county coroner's office the 34-year-old mother's cause of death in february, neck manipulation by chiropractor. >> my followers are why i'm here so keep them coming. >> reporter: may had more than 2 million instagram followers before her death and was active on social media. a short time before her death tweeting, pinched a nerve in my neck on a photoshoot and got adjusted this morning. it really hurts. days later tweeting, it still hurts. going back to the choir tomorrow. mara schiavocampo, abc news, new york. >> an 11th death is blamed on a defective takata air bag. a woman was driving a 2001 honda civic which had been recalled but the repair was never made. the inflators in the defective air bags can spew metal fragments. the older they are, the more likely they are to malfunction. apple is saying that a vast majority, nine out of ten of its chargers and cables that are
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possibly unsafe. all came from the same supplier and were described as genuine apple products. apple is suing that company and am sobhani is no longer carrying the products. amazon is not named however in that lawsuit. ang iconic cameramaker is getting into the smartphone business. >> kodak is making a phone focused on taking pictures. it has a 21 megapixel camera. that by the way is nearly double the size of the i 7 and pixel. it means the ektra will be able to produce larger pictures. the extra megapixels. >> trying to trick us. former wells fargo employees are now speaking out against the bank as the company faces new scrutiny. a night many won't soon forget. guests' reaction and focus, whoa, what did he just say to cause that reaction?
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wildfire season coming to california and officials are hoping a new app can limit their destruction. it is called wyfire. it helps firefighters predict the path of wildfires. the orange dots on the screen show exactly where the app projects the flames will advance. in august it cut down the time normally needed to track one wildfire from hours to less than five minutes. checking your morning road condition, roads will be wet in washington state and the mid-atlantic as well as delays are possible because of the weather along the northeast corridor from boston down to the nation's capital. there's some new allegations this morning against wells fargo after the bank admitted its employees opened millions of fake accounts without customers' concept. >> there are former employees speaking out telling "the new york times" they were encouraged to prey on college students, the elderly and people who spoke very little english. one man who left the company in
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hunting zebras. the attorney general has opened a criminal investigation into this to try to find out if bank employees stole customers' identities in addition to opening those accounts. the environmental protection agency being blamed for a delayed reaction to the flint water crisis. a report found the epa had authority and information to intervene to protect the people of flint seven months before it actually declared an emergency. the drinking water was tainted by lead after the city changed its source to save money. the epa soon as they realized the city and state were failing to address the problem. authorities are investigating what's called a flash rob at an apple store. take a look. you'll see what i mean. surveillance video from the massachusetts mall shows a group of thieves in the store, they cut the security cords and made off with 19 iphones. apple is reporting the phones were worth more than $13,000. so far neither the phones or crooks have been found. more than a dozen passengers on
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flight reported feeling ill after smelling a sweet odor. the plane was on its way from atlanta to los angeles. the mystery smell was only detected in the midsection of the jet and quickly dissipated. health officials greeted the plane upon its arrival at l.a.x. none of the passengers actually requested medical attention. finally evidence that bob dylan at least is aware he has won this year's know pell breeze in literature. there is an acknowledgement. you'll have to look to find it. it's buried deep >> so dylan has yet to publicly comment on the award. and it's still not clear if he will show up to accept it next month in stockholm despite the fact you get $740,000. >> we will collect it for him if he would like. on to sports. >> last night's highlights from espn. >> good morning, america. welcome in to "sportscenter." he's doodling over there john anderson. i'm lisa kerney. the cubbies, how about it, one
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classic in 71 years. >> hanging the "w." game five, nlcs. vin scully spending his retirement at the ballpark. easiest way to do it. dodgers all fired up by that. 1-1 into the sixth. russell crushes one off joe ambulancen. joe had a tough game one, tough game five. cubs take a 3-1 lead. russell homering again. now in eighth the cubs are up 5-1. looking for more. the bases are chocked. baez so goo i rbis in the postseason. three on that swing of the bat. starts the merry go round, three would score and cubs win it 8-4 and go back to wrigley. thursday night football, aaron rodgers and the pack taking on the bears. third quarter, packers down 10-6. third and goal. rodgers to da van tay adams. he caught 13 passes one off the team record held by john hudson. more of them here in the fourth.
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passing brett favre and set a new packers completion record. green bay wins it, 26-10. >> look, now i made a light pole. hang the "w." >> have a great friday, everybody, for john anderson, i'm lisa kerney, bye-bye. >> not every day we get artwork from espn. thank you. happy friday. all right up next in "the pulse," a long corporate relationship comes to an end. hear why metlife is saying so long to snoopy and the gang. starbucks uncle. details on why straight ahead. h? ? it's a tangle of multiple symptoms. ? ? trintellix (vortioxetine) is a prescription medicine for depression.
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hillary clinton calling her corrupt. >> so that got a lot of shocked reaction from guests behind trump including tv anchor you see there maria bartiromo but the guy that got the most attention right there. many online commentators were saying he looked like his eyes were going to pop out of his head and it really -- once you zoom in, you're like wow. >> wasn't expecting that. >> that's when he called her crooked. so no matter what happens to the cleveland indians in series this has been quite a year i would say for one of their pitchers. ryan. he's not only in his second major league start ever. he pitched the tribe to the american league pennant this week. >> and he's getting married. >> yay. >> now even the lowliest major leaguer makes pretty good money but still not a lot left on the couple's wish list because someone told his fiancee to set up a registry at stores and the
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>> my registry had an $8 toaster and just like the bare essentials so she really actually helped me out and told me to register at pottery barn. i was asking my parents has anything actually shown up? >> so the fans, they're showing their love and pretty much completed the entire wish list from the registry. >> yeah. there's not a lot left. >> three things left. >> they had some modest items for 8 bucks. an insurance cpa what the red baron couldn't, shot down snoopy because the company's mostly getting out of the retail life insurance business in the u.s. it figures it no longer needs a warm fuzzy "peanuts" cartoon characters. >> after 31 years the doghouse, flying beagle, good old charlie brown and the whole gang are being cut loose and getting rid of the blimps and cutting back on sports sponsorships. >> oh, no. finally inside a starbucks
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this is in hong kong which just got hit by a super typhoon. >> so that typhoon clearly flooded the starbucks but check out the guy seated there having his coffee anyway and reading his paper. they're calling him starbucks uncle. >> and now the memes are coming out. he apparently stays calm in just about any situation. when a wave crashes on him. -- >> tourists. >> everybody is coming by to see the uncle from starbucks. >> i wonder if we have almost made it to the weekend but first, you'll need your umbrella handy. meteorologist eileen whelan will give us an update in just a moment but first, lets look at some of this morning's headlines. the presidential candidates trade
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new york. and not all those jokes were met with laughter. the event marks the last time donald trump and hillary clinton will share the same stage, before election day in less than 3 weeks. good morning washington. toss to eileen - warm, muggy, & breezy through midday (70s) - showers & windy by this afternoon - tumbling temps tonight - windy weekend & much coo with showers developing by midday. then windy and turning cooler. highs: 74-79 winds: s to nw 10-15 g 30 mph tonight: mostly cloudy. windy. much cooler. lows: 47-52 winds: nw 15-25 g 40 mph saturday: partly cloudy. noticeably cooler and blustery. highs: 57-62
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happening today. a memorial
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the 15 year anniversary of the washington anthrax attacks. back in 2001-- two us postal service employees were killed handling packages containing the deadly spores. the distribution center where it happened was renamed for joseph curseen, jr. and thomas morris jr. the ceremony will include the unveiling of a monumental memorial placed in front of the building in their honor. it begins at 8 am. also happening today. the u of killing and the burying their three-month-old son behind parkdale high school are due back in court for a bond review. 32-year-old antoine petty and 24-year-old geneice petty are facing murder and accessory charges. investigators say antoine petty admits he punched the little boy after he started screaming and crying. a former u-v-a football player is suing the school -- claiming he was the victim of hazing. aidan howard says teammates harrassed and bullied him because he has a learning disability. howard also
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--leaving him with a broken eye socket. a u-v-a spokesman issued a statement saying it made all the required external notifications in accordance with state law. and it would not comment anymore on the pending litigation. things will be a little loud at the white house later today. the first family is hosting a concert. the event is called "love and happiness: a musical experience" and it's sponsored by b-e-t. the concert features performances by the roots, janelle monae, usher, yolanda adams, and de la soul. both the president and the first lady attendance. they'll be joined by middle school, high school, and college students from across the nation who are participating in the latest the grammy museum musical workshop. it's xx and we're just getting started. it's xx and we're just getting started. coming up. the presidential candidates share the stage one last time before next month's election. and some of the things they said.. prompted boos
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plus, our stormwatch weather team is tracking a major storm now moving into our area. what this means for your commute and your weekend. good morning washington. - warm, muggy, & breezy through midday (70s) - showers & windy by this afternoon - tumbling temps tonight - windy weekend & much cooler! midday. then windy and turning cooler. highs: 74-79 winds: s to nw 10-15 g 30 mph tonight: mostly cloudy. windy. much cooler. lows: 47-52 winds: nw 15-25 g 40 mph saturday: partly cloudy. noticeably cooler and blustery. highs: 57-62
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