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making news in america this morning, under pressure. senate republican candidate roy moore facing new calls to step aside after another bombshell accusation. >> i was terrified. i thought that he was going to rape me. >> this morning, moore standing firm. >> this is absolutely false. >> but overnight new revelations about his past including he was banned from a shopping mall freaked by young teenage girls. what moore's wife is now saying. >> i've been married -- donald trump jr. in the spotlight. see the newly released private messages between him and wikileaks as the russia investigation tykes a new turn. prosecut
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a young assistant district attorney under fire for berating her uber driver. >> i want to go home so badly but you're so stupid. i'm an assistant district attorney so shut the [ bleep ] up. >> how she's defending her actions and what the driver is saying. caught on camera, a flight attendant takes a terrifying fall stumbling out the door of a plane. and grab another cup and another one of the health benefits of drinking up to six cups of coffee a day. trying to maintain my health this morning. >> just had my sixth cup of coffee, it's all right. good tuesday morning. a serious note with new acquisitions against roy moore. >> despite that, a number are calling for him to step aside. he's fiercely denying allegations he assaulted a teenager in the 1970
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about his past. a abc's lana sajmir alimehmezak h >> reporter: in addition to another woman coming forward we're hearing from people who are supporting the accounts of the women including in an article just published on ar.com detailing his predatory behavior at a mall and at restaurants was well known. republicans are abandoning alabama senate candidate roy moore as another woman comes forward to say moore sexually assaulted her when she was just 16. >> i tried fighting him off while yelling at him to stop. but instead i was stopping -- he began squeezing my neck attempting to force my head onto his crotch. >> reporter: beverly young nelson says moore was a regular in the restaurant where she worked and offered to give her a ride home but instead drove her behind the restaurant where she claims he became sexually aglessiv
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moore warned her to keep silent. >> he said you're just a child and he said i am the district attorney. >> reporter: this is the fifth woman to come out against moore. he denies the allegation. >> i don't even know the woman. i don't know anything about her. i don't even know where the restaurant is or was. >> reporter: offering up his wife in defense. >> he has never one time lifted a finger to me. he is the most gentle, most kind man that i have ever known in my life. >> reporter: but now even the leader of the senate says moore needs to go. >> i think he should step aside. >> do you believe these allegations to be true? >> i believe the women, yes. >> reporter: moore is hoping supporters will find the timing suspicious but nelson who says she voted for trump says this is not political. >> i would probably have taken what mr. moore did to me to my grave had it not been for the courage of four
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>> reporter: and moore says that nothing will force him out of this election less than a month away at this point. but we are also hearing from the chair of the republican sena senatorial committee and if he wins they should vote to expel him, he says. we're talking about an entirely new election if that happens. >> lana, thank you. also this morning a major development in the corruption trial of new jersey senator bob menendez. >> the jury says it's deadlocked on all 12 counts but the judge ordered jurors to come back and try again to reach a verdict. menendez is accused of accepting contribution, a hotel suite and use of a private jet for political favors. and senanorth rand paul is in washington. he suffered six broken ribs but he's not elaborating on a motive other than to say he has not spoken to his neighbor in years. other neighbors say the two were feuding over leaves and
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clippings. turning to that new twist in the russia investigation, messages sent in private between donald trump jr. and wikileaks have now been revealed. in some cases they appear to show the trump campaign complying with wikileaks' request. around the same time the site released private e-mails from the clinton camp. in the final stages of the presidential election, donald trump's son and wikileaks secretly corresponded. overnight trump junior releasing those messages tweeting here's the entire chain of messages with wikileaks with my whopping three responses which one of the congressional committees has chosen to selectively leak. how ironic. trump junior acknowledged the communications after the "atlantic" reported they're now in the hands of congressional investigators. wikileaks published thousands of democratic party e-mails about hillary clinton. u.s. intelligence says they were stolen by russia hackers. president trump's own cia director said this about the group. >> it's tim
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wikileaks for what it really is, a nonstate hostile intelligence service often abetted by state actors like russia. >> reporter: but during the campaign, nothing but praise from trump. >> wikileaks, i love wikileaks. >> reporter: only two days after that rally wikileaks wrote this to trump junior. hey, donald, great to see you and your dad are talking about our publications. strongly suggest your dad tweets this link if he mentions us sending a link to their leaked documents showing clinton campaign chairman john podesta's stolen e-mails. 15 minutes after it sent donald trump tweeted very little pickup by the dishonest media of incredible information provided by wikileaks. two days later his son tweeted that link that wikileaks had sent. >> interesting timing and messages reveal wikileaks asked trump junior for several favors including asking for his
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tax returns and his help making julian assange an ambassador. new order from jeff sessions could lead to another investigation of the clintons. sessions is asking prosecutors to look into whether special counsel should be appointed to investigate donations to the clinton foundation and the sale of a uranium company to a russian nuclear agency. sessions' order comes days after president trump suggested he was frustrated with the attorney general for not investigating democrats. new details about two navy s.e.a.l.s under investigation after killing of another elite u.s. soldier. greene beret logan melg. ar was strangled. he refused to accept money for a scheme they were operating that got money from a slush fund used to pay informants. more than 450 people confirmed dead after the worst earthquake on earth this year struck along iran's border with iraq.
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relief workers are struggling to reach some of the hardest hit areas digging through rubbles in hopes of finding survivors. temperatures dropped below zero. back in this country thousands of people are without power as a fierce storm hits the northwest. that sttops our look at your tuesday weather. well, the latest radar shows the powerful storm system moving through the pacific northwest slamming western weighing rat this hour. at least one person has been killed and five others injured as winds up to 70 miles an hour toppled trees and downed mauer lines leaving more than 175,000 customers in the dark. also this morning, new video showing a bumpy ride inside this plane. it took the pilot three attempts to land at seattle airport in the heavy winds. the bathroom door flew open and people were crying. no injuries.
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coming up former president george h.w. bush faces a new accuser claiming bush groped her when she was 16. a tantrum inside an uber leeing a prosecutor to be fired. just how nasty was it? a frightening fall for a flight attendant.
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b.a.s.e. jumper valerie row solve who set a record off mt. everest has died. he was attempting another jump in the himalayas when he crashed into a cliff. he also achieved fame when he became the first person to sky dive into a volcano. he was just 52 years old. another day and another hollywood star facing sexual
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this time tom sizemore who appeared in "black hawk down" is accused assaulting an 11-year-old girl on a movie set in 2003. at that time the girl's parents declined to press charges. "the hollywood reporter" says she's considering a lawsuit. a new accuser claimed she was groped by former president george h.w. bush. rosalynn corrigan said he inappropriately touched her backside in 2003 when she was 16. the 93-year-old bush apologizes to anyone he may have offended. dallas prosecutor has been fired after her tirade against an uber driver was posted online. shaun platte says he picked up squint district attorney jody warner outside a bar. he said she got angry and told him not to follow his gps directions. plat says warner berated him, hit him and then threatened him with her position. >> i want to go home so badly but you're so stupid i
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cops to come so that they can [ bleep ] you up. >> ma'am, please. >> no, no, ma'am, please. dude, you're all -- everything is being recorded. i'm an assistant district attorney so shut the [ bleep ] up. >> it was a constant thrashing. it wasn't just one backhand comment. it was just a constant, constant just attack on me and i wasn't sure why. and when i tried to speak to her and calm her down, it didn't help anything. >> warner has apologized for calling the driver names and in a statement she said i was in a situation that made me feel very uncomfortable and i became defensive. i never assaulted my driver or touched him. all i wanted to do was get home safely. well, the end of an era upon us. general electric is turning out the lights. the company has announced it will no longer make light bulb, something it's been doing since long before this 1972 commercial. it's cutting back to
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on aviation, power and health care equipment. >> all right, when we come back the new high-tech pill that alerts your doctor when you take it. also ahead, the new video of a passenger plane burning in las vegas. and a shark latches on to a surf's arm. how the surfer got away. on your medicare part d prescriptions, switch to walgreens. we make it easy to seize the day, so you can get more out of life and medicare part d. just walk right in for savings that will be the highlight of your day. walgreens has $0 copays on select plans and 100 points on prescriptions. so, swing by and save today. walgreens, at the corner of happy & healthy. and roomba from irobot gets to work using two multi-surface brushes and power-lifting suction to grab and remove everything from fine dust to large debris.
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ten more fraternity brothers are now faces charges in the hazing death of a pledge in penn state. they recovered security coverage intentionally deleted. it reveries that tim piazza was given 18 drinks in necessary lann 90 minutes. he was so drunk he then fell down the stairs and fell several other times. but the brothers allegedly waited hours before calling for help. more than two dozen of them have now been charged. now to a health alert about your blood pressure. new guidelines mean overnight the number of americans with high blood pressure jumped by 31 million. that's because the american heart association has changed the definition of hypertension. rising the threshold from 140 over 90 to 130 over 80. this is not about getting more americans to make medication. >> the key here is lifestyle modification. things like exercise and weight loss, losing just 5% of your body weight, lowering sodium
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with salmon, avocados and bananas and limiting alcohol consumption, no more than two drinks a day for men and one for women and can bring that down 4 to 11 points and every point matters. >> the guidelines were changed after an extensive report from 21 experts with no ties to the drug industry by the way. the fda has approved what's being called the first digital pill. it can alert your doctor when you've swallowed it by sending a message from the pill's sensor to a wearable patch. it transmits the information to a mobile app. it has been approved to treat depression but some patients worry it could lead to a so-called big brother trend in the drug industry. and we have a story of survival this morning from a surfer attacked by a shark. dr. charlie fryee said he thought he was going to die when the shark grabbed his arm. but he refused to go down without a fight. >> i saw a shark's head comeut
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i just pumped it in the face and then got back on my board, shouted at my friends who were there and then managed to catch a wave in. >> he also suffered a bite to his shoulder. he says when he called home his father was certain concerned but his mother just laughed. hilarious. you got attacked by a shark. that's awesome. >> a permanent tattoo. president trump intervened on behalf of the ucla basketball players. a white house says the president requested the president's help in the case. the three freshmen including the brother of a star nba player are accused of stealing sunglasses while in china for a tournament. they could be detained for weeks. now to a shocking headline for soccer fans. italy has failed to qualify for the world cup for the first time since 1958. sweden is going instead and this
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is how their players celebrated happily interrupting broadcasters on the air and trashing the set. >> a little bit of a celebration on monday night football as cam newton threw four touchdown passes as the panthers dominated the dolphin, 45-21 final score. the panthers rolled up a franchise record of 458 yards of offense. >> check out this site here in new york. lebron james and his teammates joined the mass, the commoners taking the subway. they took a short train ride to their hotel instead of waiting in rush hour traffic. james said it was the first time he has ever taken the subway. >> not bad. >> not sure he'll ever do it again. no probably not. in "the pulse" another reason to drink coffee. ahead where 8,000-year-old wine was just found. th some big. jardiance is the only type 2 diabetes pill proven to both significantly reduce the chance of dying from a cardiovascular event in adults who have type 2 diabetes and heart disease...
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wow. jardiance can cause serious side effects including dehydration. this may cause you to feel dizzy, faint, or lightheaded, or weak upon standing. ketoacidosis is a serious side effect that may be fatal. symptoms include nausea, vomiting, stomach pain, tiredness, and trouble breathing. stop taking jardiance and call your doctor right away if you have symptoms of ketoacidosis or an allergic reaction. symptoms of an allergic reaction include rash, swelling, and difficulty breathing or swallowing. do not take jardiance if you are on dialysis or have severe kidney problems. other side effects are sudden kidney problems, genital yeast infections, increased bad cholesterol, and urinary tract infections, which may be serious. taking jardiance with a sulfonylurea or insulin may cause low blood sugar. tell your doctor about all the medicines you take and if you have any medical conditions. what do you think? i think it's time to think about jardiance. ask your doctor about jardiance. and get to the heart of what matters. oats seem pretty simple, right? they're actually kind of extraordinary. see, oats contain a soluble fiber called beta-glucan.
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this is where it gets interesting. this fiber really doesn't like cholesterol. so, it traps some of the bad cholesterol and shows it a thing or two. making quaker oats a delicious part of a heart-healthy diet. high-five, fiber. ♪ in the mirror everyday. when i look when i look in the mirror everyday. everyday, i think how fortunate day, .i think is toe that we find a cure? i think how much i can do to help change people's lives. i may not benefit from those breakthroughs, but i'm sure going to... i'm bringing forward a treatment for alzheimer's disease, yes, in my lifetime, i will make sure.
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♪ time to check "the pulse" starting with a high-tech change that may be coming to a plane near you. >> okay, so get this. a small european airline became the first in the industry to equip its flight attendants with body cameras. >> oh. >> they can be activated in the event of a conflict such as a clash that ended with a passenger being dragged from a united flight. >> the maker of the body cam says passengers shouldn't be the only ones recording during passenger disputes. for now united and american say they're not interested. >> thanks, but no thanks. next to the new clues in tracing back the world's oldest wine. >> all right, so researchers found 8,000-year-old pottery from what today is the nation of georgia having found traces of juice from grapes that are the foundation of today's modern wine. >> okay, so in the meantime, some very modern but illegal alcohol sized in pakistan has been destroyed in this very public display, the street value
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estimated to have been in the millions of dollars. what? >> you don't do that with alcohol. >> yeah. that's just wrong. okay, so there's -- a different beverage. a little more evidence that drinking coffee is good for you. >> new research links coffee to a lower risk of heart failure, stroke, and coronary artery disease with risk decreasing up to 8% per cup and the more you drink the lower the risk of up to six cups a day. >> six cups a day? >> yeah, so you're fine. stuffing is offering a stretch pants to wear for thanksgiving that will still fit no matter a very chilly start to the day, and it won't get much warmer. your forecast is moments away. but first here is a quick look at this morning's top stories. republican senate candidate roy
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denying new sexual assault allegations made against him. a 5 woman went public monday, accusing moore of sexually abusing her when she was a teen, more than 30 years ago. several members of the senate, including majority leader mitch mcconnel, say moore should end his campaign. this morning-- donald trump junior-- under the microscope. congressional investigators now examining connections between the president's son and wikileaks. just a few hours ago-- trump tweeted out copies of direct messages he shared with wiki-leaks, during the 20-16 presidential campaign. good morning washington. toss to eileen - patchy am fog - remaining unseasonably cool - rain chances; wednesday night & saturday - big temperature swings this weekend today: mix of sun and clouds. unseasonably cool. highs: 50-53 winds: n 5 mph tonight: clear to partly cloudy. cold. lows: 29-35 winds: n 2-5 mph wednesday: increasing clouds. cool. h
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winds: n to se 5 mph right now-- police searching for the gunman
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fatal shooting in prince georges county. investigators say responding police officers found the man dead on the sidewalk last night at the hilltop apartments in new carrollton. neighbors say they heard a lot of commotion after the shooting. and police say someone reported that people were running from the scene following the shooting. a suspect description has not been provided and the victim's name has not been released. in northwest-- two people now facing criminal charges this morning, accused of attacking workers inside a restaurant. police say it started as a dispute over the food bill at the "la morenita latin restaurant". investigators say the customer, 19-year-old lidia ventura, jumped over the counter and punched a waitress. then she called in a man to help, and the pair tried to kick through the bathroom door to reach the terrified employees who had locked themselves inside. thats when police arrived, and booked both customers for assault. incredible
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a mother- seeing her child for the first time- after the little girl was taken in a carjacking! this happened in baltimore. the mother says she was unloading the car when someone came up, jumped in and took off - with her 1-year-old still inside. after a frantic search - she found her own car at an apartment complex nearby. the child - still inside - wasn't hurt. whoever tried to steal the car - is still out there. happening today, a driver charged in a crash in leesburg that killed a mother of three will make his first court appearance. in september, tony steven dane was driving a bus converted into a food truck when he ran a stop sign. he struck a car carrying erin kaplan, her three children, and her mother. kaplan died at the scene. her oldest son, a high school senior, is recovering in a rehab center. dane told police, his brakes failed. he faces several charges, including involuntary manslaughter. taylor swift's new album is on track to break sales records this week. and now-- news comes that she is taking her show on the road, with a
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our area. mark your calendars -- taylor swift is bringing her reputation stadium tour to fedex field july tenth. tickets will go on sale december 13th -- but ticketmaster verified fans can register for advance sales now. that period continues until november 28th. it's xx and we're just getting started. a fifth accuser. senate candidate roy moore defending himself after another woman accuses him of misconduct. this-- as more members of his own party tell him, he is not welcome in washington. good morning washington. - patchy
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- remaining unseasonably cool - rain chances; wednesday night & saturday - big temperature swings this weekend today: mix of sun and clouds. unseasonably cool. highs: 50-53 winds: n 5 mph tonight: clear to partly cloudy. cold. lows: 29-35 winds: n 2-5 mph wednesday: increasing clouds. cool. highs: 51-54 winds: n to se 5 mph happening right now-- new sexual assault

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