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good morning, america. breaking overnight, new york city explosion. the moments of terror caught on camera. >> i heard boom. like this big black clouds. >> dozens of people hurt. >> an >> this was an intentional act. >> windows shattering and cars, debris littering the streets. rushed to treat the injured. dazed from the explosion. emergency vehicles swarming the scene. >> city streets and subway lines shut down and the frightening discovery, a secondary device a pressure cooker with wires and a
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morning, was this an act of terror. on the same day of a pipe bomb explosion at a run in jersey. team coverage of the breaking story and the hunt for answers. good sunday morning, everyone. very busy morning. right to the breaking news. that explosion on a street in lower manhattan. >> surveillance footage the device went off in the chelsea neighborhood. bystanders running away. 29 people take on the the hospital. >> moments later, just blocks away, a second suspicious device was found. a pressure cooker with the cell phone and wires attached. all wrapped in a plastic bag. now, the mayor of new york said the blast was, quote, an intentional act.
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calm fears. a stabbing attack at a mall in minnesota. >> we do have team coverage of this fast-moving story. we start with abc's chief investigative correspondent brian ross. >> reporter: good morning, an urgent search under way for the bomber. one bomb exploded and a second device terror, sources tell us it's too early to tell who was responsible. in a popular neighborhood on the west side of new york city. this surveillance video inside a fitness center shows the blast just after 8:30. glass shatters. >> 6-1-5 there's an explosion. there's units saying there was an explosion from a garbage
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clear -- the early indications, initial indications that this was an intentional act. >> reporter: officials say the bomb appears to have been placed in a tool box next to the construction trash container. in one video, a man seen is crossing the street in the vicinity of where the object was left. >> the ground shook and like windows shook and there's like this big flash of light. one was killed. >> there were 29 injuries here. one considered serious. 24 of these people have been transported to area hospitals with various degrees of scrapes and abrasions from glass and metal. >> reporter: then two hours later, and just four bcks away, police discovered a second device. in what appears to be a pressure cooker found inside a plastic
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device as bomb-sniffing dogs searched the area for more suspicious packages. and they scanned surveillance videos looking for clues who was responsible. police this morning say they still don't know if the second device included explosives. the fact that it was contained in a pressure cooker like this one is of great concern. there are recipes and instructions to build a bomb online. >> remember, the innocent days these were simple kitchen devices. gone. >> exactly. they have taken this one to a location where they have a controlled detonation. >> thank you, brian. while authorities pore over
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left the city on edge. just hours after a pipe bomb went off along a charity run in new jersey. abc's linzie janis joins us from the chelsea neighborhood where residents' nerves are still rattled this morning. >> reporter: good morning, paula, this blast going off after that police van you see there. chaos in manhattan overnight. popular neighborhood in the city. >> it was like a loud boom sound. >> reporter: law enforcement officials descending on the scene. residents fleeing the area in a panic. >> people started running up 23rd street. >> reporter: 29 people injured by the blast. the shattered glass and closed
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>> i'm willing to help. >> reporter: this woman out for a bite to eat when she heard the explosion. >> boom! we were like, oh, my god. >> reporter: and this chelsea resident stopping to pick up a magazine on her way when the blast erupted. >> it was really scary. >> reporter: in the aftermath, a second device found just blocks away. this area, police telling us it's a hot zone and they're looking at another device. law enforcement sweeping an entire area. looking inside trash dispensers. just hours earlier on saturday, a separate explosion, 60 miles away in new jersey. >> it sounded like a cannon. it was very, very loud. >> reporter: a pipe bomb detonating along the course of a
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charity. >> a large round, dark smoke. >> reporter: investigators discovering a cache of several devices. all timed to go off at the intended start time of the race. in minnesota, overnight, a knife-wielding attacking people at a shopping mall. the suspect killed. those eight nonlife threatening injuries in minnesota. in new jersey, that race so popular, so many people came out to it, it start had to be delayed. dan, the new york mayor said it's early but right now no apparent connection between that blast and the one here in new york city. >> but it's early. linzie janis we appreciate your reporting out on the streets
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nearby when that explosion went off in lower manhattan. joe, we appreciate you coming on this morning. when were you when you heard that explosion? >> i was actually in the gap on 8th avenue and 23rd. an avenue away from here. in front of the store. i felt and heard the explosion. >> so, you went in the direction of the explosion to check it out? >> there was some vehicle starting to respond and so we started going t we could see some fire trucks already down here on the scene and we started walking this direction. >> in your pictures you post on the the internet, you see a lot of first responders, some victims being treated, did you see a lot of victims and did you get a sense of widespread fear and panic in the area sf. >> i was watching the firefighters. i told my girlfriend, take a look at the firefighters and see how they're reacting.
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sat him down right on 7th avenue and 23rd. i saw the one guy that i took the photos of other people came along a little later. >> you felt confident based on the demeanor of these fifthers that this was not an exceedingly dangerous place to be. >> we were told, from what i heard, it was between 5th and 6th, we thought it was an avenue >> i understand you were near the world trade center in 1993 when it was hit by a bomb. did this give you a flash back. >> it did. the jolt and the noise that i heard was very similar and also the people's reaction and joe clark, we're really glad you're safe and for coming on this morning. thanks very much. >> thank you so much for having me. a perspective of what's
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in a former nypd. i want to go back to new york city, bill deblasio said this was quote an intentional act. we're so early in the act how can he be ruling out terror? >> i don't he's ruling it out. i think he's being cautious. you don't want panic. terror is any act of violence against the p terror in them to go to the government to have them change foreign policy. but what we see here, the mayor and the commissioner, i think it's his second day in office, they're going to take the cautious approach. they're not going to instill panic in the people. >> i want everyone to look at the map and what happened and when. there was that explosion in seaside, new jersey, in the
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city and that suspicious-looking pressure cook device, right now, anything that leads you to believe that these all conne connected. >> they may or may not together. so, what they're going to do is they're going to coordinate the investigation, share information between investigators in new york and in new jersey. they'll come at some point with connected. >> they'll be looking at the pressure cooker this morning. >> they have the pressure cooker it was removed from the new york city bomb squad. and they have it. they'll make the decision whether they're going to explode the device to gather evidence or they're going to attempt to deactivate the device or they're
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inside of it if there's a device. >> all right, nick, we really appreciate your insight this morning. thanks for coming in. >> dan. >> thank you, nick. the explosion in manhattan immediately, of course, sent ripples out to campaign trail. donald trump coming out early saying it was a bomb. hillary clinton pouncing on ump for that. mary bruce is on that story. >> reporter: good morning. we're already getting a glimpse is clinton would react as president. overnight, both responding. in very different ways. already, it's becoming political, hillary clinton scolding trump for his swift conclusion. donald trump was quick to respond to the explosion in manhattan speaking out after initial reports. >> a bomb went off in new york.
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>> reporter: describing it was a bomb even before it was confirmed. two hours later after landing back home in new york, clinton took a more cautious approach. >> we have to let the investigation unfold. >> reporter: and she took a swing at trump. >> i think it's always wiser to wait until you have information before making conclusions. >> reporter: both candidates are being criticized by for lacking national security plans. but in the wall street journal, gates writes, that donald trump is unfit to be commander in chief. trump is hitting back. >> when they leave office they criticizing everyone. i don't like critics. i like the people who get it done and get it done right. >> reporter: now here at the white house the president has been updated throughout the
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>> mary, thank you. for more on this let's bring in martha raddatz, in washington where she'll be hosting "this week" later this morning. thank you for joining us. how are both candidates viewed as commander-in-chief particularly in moments of cris? >> paula, moments like these are critical because they show voters how each candidate would handle the many crises they're sure to face in the white house and these two as we see could you saw hillary clinton come out with that careful statement, sticking to the facts as she awaits more information that's indicative of her style as secretary of state. contrary to donald trump who shoots from the hip. to some it's an aggressive style that carries a lot of risks but to others some aggression they
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which could be a pivotal moment the first presidential debate, how high are the stakes for these two candidates? >> it's such an important moment in this race the last real variable where the candidates will be head to head without tell prompters without advisers on the same stage. barring any meltdown, these debates don't redefine the race they tend to reinforce ideas of each candite we're not sure it's exactly the same between donald trump and hillary clinton. >> martha, we should point out you'll be moderating the second debate. which will come up shortly after the first one. martha, thank you. i want to remind everybody martha has a big show, she goes one-on-one with both vice
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game at 12:00 p.m. getting some rain and thunder. this one is a very slow mover. it will squeeze some of the moisture. the next 24 hours to 48 hours will produce 1 to 2 inches. parts of new england need the rain. maybe locally more than that. that's julia. also watching tropical storm karl. >> meteorologist hayley lapoint. tracking a few showers moving through, steady, light to moderate rain continuing in the southern part of the state. we're in the 60's where we'll stay until the clouds and showers break apart a little bit which will happen later this afternoon. once that does, it will warm up near 80 in concord. 79 in laconia and the other big thing with the showers, the humidity is starting to increase, too.
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>> much more weather coming up. i'll postsome of these on twitter so you download the graphics, not me. more weather in 20 minutes. >> the download rob marciano app is now trending above pokemon go. for more news we get it over to dr. claiborne. we begin in syria, an u.s. air strikes hit government the u.s. military saying the attack in the eastern part of syria which is not covered by a week-old truce in that area bombed syrian forces by mistake. they held a emergency meeting sunday night at the request of the nation. deadly bus crash in north carolina, kills four people and injured 42 others. a team bus blew a tire causing
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new details about the suspected gunman who went on a shooting spree in philadelphia friday night. officials saying they found a note from him titled doomed. he wrote about his dislike of police. one woman who was in a passing car was shot and killed. police killed glen in a shootout with that pulling up to empty gas tanks as crews work to fix a leak. governors from six states declaring states of emergencies. states easing up on gas delivery restrictions. and, in arizona, a small plane catches fire mid-flight, all four passengers they were
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that plane before it crashed and landed safely. the skydivers were unharmed. people inside the house luckily made it out alive before it went up in flames finally a high school quarterback in texas, what he did at halftime got the crowd cheering. taking the homecoming king crown off his head and his friend who has cerebral palsy. >> really great. here you have an athlete and giving it to someone who feels more deserving. >> popular kids in the high school never did that, they shoved me into locker room. >> were you bullibullied? >> coming up on "good morning
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at the scene off hacket hill road last night and called off after tough conditions. hayley: here is a look at your forecast. we have some scattered showers moving through. it looks like some heavier rain, more steady rain right now going through the southern part of the state. even a couple of pockets of heavier downpours, especially near rochester and concord there. these will move through and expect some dry times this afternoon. it's not going to be an all-day washout. temperatures in the 60's once and temperatures are going to warm up and you'll notice the
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welcome back to "good morning america." we begin this half-hour with this breaking news overnight, an explosion in a crowded new york city neighborhood, chelsea to be exact. 29 people hurt in the blast. the mayor calling it an intentional act. >> then the frightening discovery of pressure cooker with a cell phone and wires. now the investigation into whether or not thuz with an act of terrorism and abc's brian ross is joining us again. you have a pressure cooker right here. this has become a weapon of choice. >> it has. instructions on how to make this simple kitchen device into bombs. of course, in the boston marathon attack there were two
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right now the investigation is focused on -- there's a m boor at large. someone set off a bomb. the new york police department have this counterterrorism center that i have been given a tour of recently, with hundreds of cameras all over the city and they look at every license plate coming in and out of the city. they track the movement around the city. now. >> we're talking about three possible locations, that pipe bomb in seaside, new jersey, then you have the bomb in chelsea in new york city, just a couple of blocks away the pressure cooker, trying to figure out if these are connected. what obstacles are they facing? >> the main obstacle who is this person, he got away, does he have more bombs? this comes as president obama
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everywhere coming into the city for the united nations generally assembly. so, it's a tense time already. >> brian ross our chief investigative correspondent. we appreciate it. >> thanks for coming in on a weekend, brian. we want to turn to pierre thomas, he's been in touch with top law enforcement officials this morning and he has more on what they're looking into it. >> reporter: top officials here in washingt, president and homeland security jeh johnson are monitoring the situation, for now they're following the lead of new york city officials. officials i'm talking to, with so little on motive, nothing can be ruled out. the fact that this is some kind of an intentional act has a lot of officials here in washington on edge. the backdrop of the new york
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and the united nations general assembly arriving. dan. >> erre, thank you. all this coming at the same time a terrifying attack at a mall in minnesota that we mentioned earlier in the show. a man wearing the uniform of a security guard stabbed several people before he was shot by an off-duty sunny hostin has more. >> reporter: eight people were injured in that attack at the shopping mall leaving a town on edge. overnight, a stabbing ram page inside a packed mall in minnesota. >> st. cloud is getting reports of stabbing and shots fired at the mall off division. >> reporter: witnesses say the
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stabbed. police revealing the man made references to islam. >> that individual made some references to allah and we have confirmed that he asked at least one person if they were muslim before he assaulted them. >> reporter: police not letting anyone in or out as they swept the area. >> whether that was a terrorist attack or or not we still don't know. >> reporter: the motive still the suspect was killed inside the macy's department store by an off-duty police officer. the attack leaving this town shaken. >> we got eight victims that were assaulted here in our mall. and so, guess what, starting tomorrow, things won't be the same here. >> sevenf the wounded were treated and released while one victim remains hospitalized. the motive for the stabbings is
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>> interesting to see him that nothing is going to be the same here. just emotionally or they're going to boost security in some way. boosting security at these soft targets is such a problematic endeavor. >> almost impossible. let's check the forecast once again. rob, good morning. >> reporter: want to talk about the west coast. high fire danger over the next several days. one burning in californ the mammoth lakes ski resort. the conditions aren't going to get any better in the next day and half. fire warnings and watches for santa barbara. temperatures are going to be warm with a bit of an offshore flow. might see some thunderstorms and dwight lightning pop up in southern california. that lead to more in fire starts there. across the midwest, we'll see
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temperatures in the 80s in chicago. new york city and d.c. boumping up to the lower to mid 80s as we go to middle part of the week. the heat is up. looking for showers and thunderstorms across the southeast. some thunderstorms this morning rolling through hayley: good sunday morning. i am meteorologist hayley lapoint. tracking showers across the southern tier of the state. we continue to see on and off showers through the day. temperat >> this weather report is brought to you by petsmart. a little announcement about my partner in crime, ginger zee. women's health magazine fifth annual run 10 feed 10 race is
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ron has more. >> any fan can nominate a former football player to the sport's hall of fame. now, sharper's name will go before the selection committee next year despite his rain conviction. some people saying that's just wrong. >> and it's picked off by darren sharper. >> reporter: 40-year-old darren sharper was sentenced last month to 18 years in prison after admitting to drugging and raping as many as 16 women. of fame nominations the league has been under intense scrutiny because of incidents of violence by players against women. >> national football league one would think would be hyperessential sensitive to this guy. >> reporter: in a statement to abc news, a spokesperson for the hall of fame said it nominates
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know. everything, literally. >> lot of pressure. i'm not sure of everything, some of what you need to know. nearly 250 nominations, that's the most ever, golden age of tv, the longest red carpet ever. wait waiters are practicing serving. jimmy kimmel back to host. >> the best thing about the emmys it's an television on television. >> my favorite things the fashion and the food. >> i always say, wear something that makes you feel like a million bucks. but, who's going to win. >> best drama actress is one that you really want to keep yourself on the edgef o your chair for. >> what now. >> viola davis against robin wright.
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cards and kerri russell. >> it was the right thing to go for a lot of reasons. >> also deserving, black-ish, sara paulson. sure things veep and jeffery tambor for transparent. and thrones." >> i take what is mine. >> if you're wondering why paula is wearing sunglasses right now, she's taken them out of the gift bags. these gift bagses for the a-listers $50,000 worth of stuff in there. including $8,000 vacations and not for you, dan, a $1,000
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>> really? >> i don't know. >> catch the excitement tonight with the primetime emmy awards. lara is going to be there hosting the red carpet with chris harrison. announcer: now from wmur news 9. amy: good morning. it's 9:56. here's a quick look at our local headlines. manchester police are investigating a motorcycle crash. police say the motorcycle driver was the only person injured. it's unclear what may have caused the crash. commercial street was closed during the investigation. fire crews continue to battle a brush fire in hooksett this morning. more than 50 firefighters were at the scene off hackett hill road last night, but they were called off after tough conditions.
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first responders. we now know the name of the man involved in a rollover crash in goffstown friday night. police say 22-year-old connor presti was driving near college road and saint anselm college when the suv he was driving overturned. presti was able to get out of the damaged vehicle himself and was walking around when officers arrived. he was charged with driving while intoxicated and possession of controlled drugs. hayley: good morning. here smith, where we have clouds and showers moving through. that is the case especially this morning. then we likely see things try out this afternoon. already the case in the northern part of the state. you can see some of the heavy are bouts of rain, especially in rochester, and light to moderate rainfall in national towards portsmouth. portsmouth just jumped to his 70's. once the rain starts to let up, that is when we notice
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has started to creep up. 65 degree dew points -- that means it feels much more humid. the chance of more scattered showers this afternoon and monday. tuesday, we dry out. temperatures warm. first data fall thursday, still warm in the mid-70's with sunshine and scattered showers possible friday. amy: so many fun things to do around the state. hope you have a terrific sunday. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. i know mogenerals do. then the john mccain, a war hero. he's not a war hero, he's a war hero because he was captured. i like people that weren't captured ok.
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w would you answer that father? what sacrifice have you made for your country? i think i've made a lot of sacrifices, built great structures. i've had tremendous success, i think... those are sacrifices? narrator: over and over it's been their agenda: anything to defund planned parenthood. kelly ayotte and washington republicans voted 6 different times to defund planned parenthood. they're on a crusade to block services new hampshire women and families depend on: birth control, basic women's healthcare. kelly ayotte and washington republicans have put defunding planned parenthood at the top of their agenda... and it's time for that to change. i'm maggie hassan
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? josh: this sunday on close-up, their primaries on the books. it is on to the general election. he would be the youngest governor on the demti how does colin van ostern get people familiar with his message. and we talked to chris sununu, who narrowly won his primary, on how to unify a seemingly divided party. good morning. i am josh mcelveen. all of the democratic candidates faced name id in the race for governor, now leave are here with the democratic nominee for governor. congratulations.


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