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people are showing off i voted stickers or snapping pics of mail-in ballots perhaps unaware that that could be criminal. >> it's safe to take a picture of yourself and say you voted. the question is rises when you do it in the voting booth. >> reporter: at least 18 states taking a photo inside or showing how one marks their ballot is unlawful. >> it's unlikely anyone will go to jail or be fined after take a selfie in the voting booth but it's bes n your name is justin timberlake. >> the department of justice and fbi will be there november th looking for more than selfies. some take this seriously and allow for fines of up to $1,000. resist the urge, put the selfies away for later, david. >> linsey, i was hearing from some states in iowa what they have set up is once you leave the booth, they have a board set up where you can take a picture of yourself outside. >> thank goodness.
private which is what we do here in america. we have amy with the other overnight developments coming in. good morning, guys. we learned overnight that a theme park here in the u.s. has now closed a similar ride, the congo river ride in busch gardens is closed in tampa until it's clear what happened. four died in a park. among the victims a brother and sister. more pressure for the pentagon after thousands of soldiers were ordered to give back bonuses they received. the white house is calling on review and house speaker paul ryan wants to suspend efforts to recover the money. volkswagen owners will get a payout as part of the settlement for decemberle vehicles that cheated on tests. vw will pay owners between $5,000 and $10,000 for their trouble. finally, vindication for a young couple as one of the most reputable newspapers in the world finally sets the record straight. a new bride and groom who recently made it into the
an embarrassing journalistic error. in fact "the times" printed a correction because the paper misstated the number of stones in the bride's engagement ring. it has nine, not seven. >> very important. >> yes. >> glad they cleared that up. >> got to get that right. >> exactly. >> you don't mess that up. thank you, amy. the huge night in cleveland for the indians and gio benitez was there for it all. good morning, gio. >> reporter: oh, what a night, michael. here here at home base. the pressure is on for the cubs because 64% of the time the team that ends up winning game one of the series wins it all. >> here it comes. >> reporter: corey kluber leading the cleveland indians to a 6-0 shutout over the chicago cubs. the pitching ace making world series history with eight strikeouts by just the third inning. cubs hitters one after another shaking their heads.
wants to. >> that is a shot into left. and good. home run. >> reporter: the indians offense led by an unusual suspect, roberto perez, the team's catcher. perez hit only three home runs during the regular season. last night, he hit two homers bringing in four runs. >> 6-0. >> reporter: for the cubs one bright note the return of kyle schwarber out since april knee injury slammed a double but not enough. >> indians win game one. >> reporter: even the cleveland cavaliers playing their first game last night got in on the act. >> struck him out. that's great. >> reporter: the cavs plan on attending tonight's game in support of their cleveland brethren. lebron even made a special bet with fellow basketball superstar dwyane wade.
during the nba season to the other guy's home game dressed as a team who won. if the indians win in january when we come to town i'll walk in dressed like a cleveland indian. >> reporter: if chicago pulls it out lebron has toer wear a chicago cubs out it? when he plays the bulls. >> rooting for you like come on, please. don't make me do that. ginger, you have the world series forecast for . they've actually moved the game up an hour which is great for our sleep and that's to beat the rain incoming so the first pitch should be 47. breezy, see the showers but the showers would come late because look at that. wednesday 11:00 p.m. our computer model keeping it
hayley: good morning. i am hayley lapoint. a few close still lingering in the northern part of the state. bright and sunny throughuc we are waking up in the low 30's in some spots. 36 in manchester. about 31 in nashua. in the 20's out by keene. we do not warm up much today. only the upper 30's in the northern part of the state. >> can i just give you one ah moment. the fall color up in the upper peninsula of michigan. so pretty. >> ah. >> how cold is this there?
>> amy. >> breaking through reality here. >> thank you, ginger and amy. coming up, an urgent search for this woman caught on camera opening fire on three people including a 12-year-old. accused of robbing and then shooting them. also this morning, the big billionaire bash. inside the party with the patriots. andrew crossley: new hampshire has a senator who works just as hard as we do. gerardine ferlins: kelly ayotte believes in the potential of new hampshire, and wants to unleash that potential. ron goguen: she's out there fighting for good-paying jobs. training initiatives to make sure we have the skills for the 21st century. sue winter: she's fought against workplace discrimination - and for equal pay. claude poisson: she's working for the little guy - i'm the little guy. barb fredette: we need kelly fighting for good new hampshire jobs so our kids can raise their families here. sue martin: kelly is a powerful voice for new hampshire's working families. kelly ayotte: i'm kelly ayotte
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oikos triple zero. be unstoppable. >> now, from wmur news 9 -- erin: good morning. right now it is 7:23. i am erin fehlau. making news today state health , officials are urging anyone who has a connection with the unh campus in durham to take precautions after three cases of the mumps were diagnosed, all linked to the school. there have been a total of nine cases reported in new hampshire this year, compared to just five it is important to note that this is not considered an outbreak, but health officials are urging anyone showing symptoms to see a doctor right away. police have joined the investigation into a fire that heavily damaged a vacant building in keene. when firefighters arrived on pearl street yesterday afternoon, they found heavy fire coming from the back of the two-story home. it took nearly an hour to get the three-alarm fire under
>> now, meteorologist hayley lapoint and your stormwatch 9 forecast. hayley: very cool temperatures this morning, waking up in the 20's and 30's. keene at 25. 30 three and white field. in the mid-30's in manchester. 36 degrees. today. most of us will land in the 40's this afternoon, but with the windows, already -- but with the winds, it will feel much cooler. a few clouds in the northern part of the state. the rest of us write and sunny. that is how it will be for much of today. the temperatures making it feel cool and the wind contributing to that. temperatures will be in the
?"all you need is love" plays? my friends know me so well. they can tell what i'm thinking, just by looking in my eyes. they can tell when i'm really excited and thrilled. and they know when i'm not so excited and thrilled. but what they didn't know was that i had dry, itchy eyes. but i knew. so i finally decided to show my eyes some love. some eyelove.
? start me up start me up i never stop ? >> back here on "gma" you know that voice, the rolling stones, "start me up." that had to be a party. we'll show you what happened inside that party you're watching with the patriots owner, robert kraft. that's coming up. that's how you throw a party. >> he's going to do our christmas party this year. >> is he? >> yeah. i'm trying. also right now the final push for donald trump and hillary clinton making their case in the battleground states with less than two weeks until the votes are counted. trump attacking obamacare this morning while clinton gets a major republican endorsement from colin powell and as ginger told us the northeast is bracing for a big chill days after the 80-degree heat. temperatures now dropping.
morning. and take a look at this. a home invasion caught on camera. you can see right there the robbers are in the house and kids are sleeping on the couch inches away. really scary situation. we'll have tips to make sure that this does not happen to you with our experts. >> so many have cameras in their homes like that. >> looks like it's a smart decision. first in this half hour we want to get to that manhunt for a robber in florida. the woman reportedly robbing three people at gunpoint and even though victims turned over their belongings, the woman opened fire anyway. abc's diane macedo is here with much more. good morning, diane. >> reporter: it's a big question in this case. why would you shoot people you intended to rob when they've already given you their belongings. also this all happened right out in the open just outside a miami park but that also means surveillance cameras caught the whole thing. this morning, miami police are searching for the woman in this newly released surveillance video seen opening fire on three
>> reporter: you can see the shooter dressed in white reining up behind the group. one of the victims quickly hands over her purse and cell phone but the suspect opens fire anyway. the victims then frantically toss their cell phones and wallets to the ground and scatter and run for their lives. you even see the suspect pick up the belongings but still she fires again. shooting eight rounds in total. >> the victims handled over the property and the female offender still shot them. >> reporter: all three victims were hit by the flying aid until ambulances arrive. >> i took my shirt off and i applied pressure to his chest. >> reporter: and police are still searching for that suspect saying she was a passenger in a white or silver chrysler sedan. >> someone so young crying out for help. i don't know if we helped him enough. >> reporter: one of the victims a 12-year-old boy suffered a gunshot wound to the stomach. he was rushed into surgery but is recovering this morning. the other is a 17-year-old male and 20-year-old woman luckily
that 12-year-old boy had just arrived from honduras the very day of the shooting. he is now in stable condition but the shooter still is out there and police don't believe she acted alone. so a big investigation in miami going on right now, david. >> really difficult to see. all right, thank you. in the meantime, we turn to that blockbuster legal brawl involving sumner redstone. the 93-year-old suing two of his ex-girlfriends alleging elder abuse and mara schiavocampo has >> reporter: good morning. that suit is also claiming fraud and intentional infliction of emotional distress. saying that those women were in ka hoots to take advantage of one of the most powerful men in media leaving his pocketing a lot lighter and his heart much heavier. this morning, an explosive new lawsuit. 93-year-old billionaire media mogul sumner redstone suing two former girlfriends for what he claimed was a calculated scheme to take his money.
viacom and cbs, claims that starting in 2010, 53-year-old manuela herzer, a former girlfriend and 45-year-old sydney holland, his girlfriend at the time, joined forces to install themselves in his estate plan and secure fantastic wealth upon his passing. moving into his home, the suit claims, isolating him from friends and family. firing longtime staff and >> nothing that is alleged in this lawsuit is remotely consistent with reality or the facts as they are today. >> reporter: in 2014, alone the pair allegedly charging thousands on his credit cards every day. including more than $750,000 on interior design services. $128,000 at barney's and $82,000 the hermes.
taken more than $150 million in five years. at one point convincing redstone to sell all of his vested stock options and later that same day redstone made two transfers, $45 million each to personal bank accounts of holland and herzer. >> he wants every penny back. he wants all of the money that he gifted, gifted, in quotes to ms. wants all of that money returned. >> the suit says redstone now also has a huge tax bill related to the women's spending. redstone is seeking undisclosed compensatory damage, punitive damages and legal fees. we did reach out to holland's lawyer but did not get a response. a lot of explosive allegations. >> seems like he has a good case? >> they have a lot of documentation including household staff that reached 0 out to his children saying something is not right here. >> thank you, mara.
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oh, he's down. they're polling democrats. >> all right, matt, it is confusing for some because they'll see one poll and it says one thing and see another it says another thing. you were trying to explain what's behind this. >> well, first is is that donald trump seems to think that polls determine the result and don't reflect the result. they reflect the result and as i've said before you look at them in total and look at them in average. any one poll could be slightly off but when you look at them in average they are actually corr between a thermometer and a thermostat, right. a thermometer tells the temperature and a thermostat tells you what is in the room. >> not a reflection of what it might be. >> we saw in 2012 there were polls that showed mitt romney slightly ahead but that was close untilled end but the polls on average when they went into election day in 2012 were about a two-point barack obama
you'll give, the thermostat. i get it. >> but you helped us. >> there are people that used the dewey truman thing hieoldin up the newspaper. that's very different. >> thank you. next up, one of air travel's biggest headaches losing your luggage and who can forget this moment from "meet the parents." >> by the way suck at checking bags because i already did that once and you lost it and i had everything screwed up badly for me in well, i can assure you your bag will be placed below deck with the other luggage. >> how do you know that it will be safe below? >> are you physically going to go right now outside with the guys with the earmuffs and put it in there? >> no. >> we're all laughing because i have a feeling that we -- it's happened. it's happened that all of us. there's a new way to make sure
delta unveiling new tracking tgit allowing you to follow your bag through the company's mobile app as becky worley is joining us now and, becky, no worse feeling than being on a trip, you land and that carousel is going around and your bag is not on it. will this help with that? >> michael, there are 23 million mishandled bags each year. you're right. it seems like it's our checked bags, it's always one of those. supposedly this is going to make things better so currently printed bag tags need to be scanned manually with a reader, time consuming but now when the ticket agent puts on one of these rfid tags it will emit a radio signal and scanners can track it at way more points along the trip because it's all done automatically then use the delta app, you'll be able to see it as it goes from airport to airport even en route from the plane to the luggage carousel going into 84 airports over the next few months, god willing it works and other airlines follow suit, please. >> all right.
you check the app and you're going to land but your bag is going to denver. what do you do? >> cry. >> thanks for the info. right. what good is it doing me now? the folks at delta say this is a twofold solution. it's estimated 25% fewer bags will get lost with this technology so hopefully that atlanta/denver disconnect doesn't happen in the first place but if it does delta says they'll proactively ping you to tell you when it will arrive and at the very least you don't have to stand at the carousel for a half hourat go straight to customer service. >> we've been sharing our stories as we travel and you, as well. all right, becky, we'll see. it's a new one, maybe this one works. but now to the nba's newest superteam warriors adding kevin durant to the roster with steph curry making their season debut overnight, didn't go too well. against the spurs. and can they live up to the
you didn't mind seeing them go down to the spurs, you didn't mind seeing that but that was really shocking for a lot of folks here. bruce. >> well, it was shocking. it was shocking because everyone has put this together saying kevin durant is there. they'll take over the whole league but you forget they need time to jell and when you're going up against the macgyver of the things and continues to keep them popovich. >> you and matt, you two should have a conversation. >> we're both from san antonio. >> the other super team in the league, the cavaliers got their rings last night, raised the banner. you have three rings. can i borrow one? anyway, cleveland is a stacked team, golden state is a stacked team. is it good for the league to have two teams with so many superstars on it?
credit the younger generation for seeing the opportunity to pair up one another while they're still in their prime. a lot of players tried to do that towards the end of their career say ten years ago and always cage up short but you know, michael, 2012, you guys went up against the new england patriots and what did you do? you shocked the world. because that's what it's about. it's the spirit of competition. if you got the best team in the league, i'm going after you. >> preach it, bruce. >> that's a mentality. >> we want to put that on, man. >> back in there. but you think we're going to see a three-peat and both in the finals yet again? golden state and cleveland? >> becky is saying yes. >> i don't know about golden state right now. they need time to jell. we remember the '99 portland trail blazers. on paper they were supposed to win it all but look at cleveland cavaliers, having lebron james, someone who's been to the finals who understands the pulse of
>> right in midsentence. >> wow. >> becky needs to take a little time out of 9 sun because the spurs are going to be in the finals. >> oh, oh, i feel a texas gangup happening here. proudly live in oakland. warriors all day all season, all the way. >> spurs, spurs, it takes a team. >> i didn't expect to break up a fight. thanks to bruce who got frozen right matt, thank you, as always, man. coming up, is this the best party ever? inside the private bash with the rolling stones and patriots owner bob kraft. we have the security alert after this chilling video of a home invasion. the hidden way thieves may get in and how to protect you and your family. come on back. i don't want to live with the uncertainties of hep c. or wonder whether i should seek treatment.
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new england patriots owner robert kraft is known for his blow-out bashes and last night he topped them all with rolling stones and t.j. holmes is here with all of those details. t.j., were you there. >> as you say, robach, t.j. is here, not there. but, yes, this concert last night, can you believe that. the stadium where the new england patriots play actually seats 68,000 people. well, last night one of the greatest bands in history played there last night and only a couple hundred ? pleased to meet you hope you guess my name ? >> reporter: the rolling stones rocked a small concert at a big venue last night, gillette stadium. ? yeah yeah yeah ? >> reporter: and you couldn't buy a ticket to this concert even if you tried. ? brown sugar ?
young -- >> reporter: a few hundred people lucky enough to receive an invitation to patriots owner robert kraft were treated to hits from their six-decade career. ? when the roof comes down ? ? when the roof comes down ? ? when the roof comes down ? >> reporter: the party, the guest list and other details were kept pretty hush-hush but when the stones are in town that's hard to keep quiet. ? start me up ? ? start me up i never stop ? >> oh. >> all right. >> side story. >> can we just have a moment? >> they were cracking up. >> oh, boy. >> t.j. is crying right now. >> i got a lot of reasons to cry but on this one, on this one in particular here let's talk about this. a lot of people wondering what was the point of the party in the first place? well, when you're a billionaire and it's a tuesday night what else are you going to do? he threw the party just for the
it cost $3 million just for them at a party like that in the past. >> you get a discount on a tuesday. >> 2.5. >> you can party like that too when your team is winning the way they're wining. >> that's true. >> want to hear why you were laughing in the break. when we come back what can top a rolling stones performance. look at who coldplay's chris martin is teaming up with. plus, "the chew" crew is here live going head-to-head with their best dishes. i want to hear it. dish it. dish it. >> commercial break we're
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>> now, from wmur news 9 -- erin: good morning. i am erin fehlau. making news today? authorities in north carolina say the victim of an apparent murder-suicide is a woman from new hampshire. police discovered the body of 23-year-old rebecca ann jones in a wilmington apartment on monday afternoon. rebecca grew up in rindge and graduated from conant high school. police were directed to her body in a suicide note that was left by 26-year-old justin walker. reb' once engaged to him, but they had not been together for months. walker shot himself in the head at a gun range in north carolina. a man accused of kidnapping a woman in laconia is expected to make a court appearance today. 32-year-old james lemmond is facing both kidnapping and armed robbery charges. his arrest came after witnesses told police they saw a man dragging a woman by her hair into an suv on cottage street on sunday night. at this time, police are not releasing any further details on
outside, we are seeing a lot of color in plymouth. believes still are not all gone, but we did have a lot of wins out there that brought some down. hayley: beautiful in plymouth. 36 degrees. yesterday, they were seeing a little bit of white, with snow showers coming down. today going to be cool with sunshine. temperatures in the 30's across the state. still the 20's in keene. we have not se a slow temperature increase. in the northern reaches of the state, clouds will hang around a little longer. up north in the upper valley, a mrs. son -- a mix of sun and clouds. with the breeze picking up, it will feel much colder this afternoon, more like the 30's. tomorrow, things change. it is cool again, but we have rain especially in the afternoon
good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. and the surprising showdown between trump surrogate newt gingrich and megyn kelly. >> he's not a sexual predator. >> as gingrich has a startling accusation. >> you are fascinated with sex. clinton getting a major republican endorsement overnigh security alert. chilling new surveillance video showing burglars invading a home. children sleeping just inches away. now our security experts reveal the top tips to keep you and your family safe. ? strange women. two big hollywood stars and one marvelous movie. what's the moment ahead with rachel mcadams saying this. >> we spent a whole day crying.
she's here to say -- >> good morning, america. just saying we love issa's talent and it's a beautiful fall morning here in times square. george is on assignment. great to have david here. george in washington, d.c. speaking with the entire trump family. >> yeah, just a few days left until election day and look forward to that tomorrow morning. >> we will. october which as you know is breast cancer awareness month and fashion icon ralph lauren is playing a big role in helping thousands of people. i had a chance to speak with his son david all about their center in harlem that helps an underserved community get the best treatment possible and we'll share that with you coming up. >> love to see that. >> giving back. >> cannot wait to see that. we have "the chew" crew here. all those chef, great food. love having them here because we
for advice on most. >> chicken. >> you got it. >> i was reading the teleprompter. they are bringing two easy, quick, weeknight chicken dishes you guys can make tonight, healthy, delicious. i guarantee your kids will even like that. that's not easy. >> that is not. >> can they just come over and make them. >> we'll have wine, i just saw. >> easy for them to make it. amy with the morning rundown. >> good morning, guys. the big the warpath taking aim at the media. the president and the vice president, abc's tom llamas is in washington where trump is taking a detour from the campaign trail. good morning to you, tom. >> reporter: amy, good morning. the trump campaign has rolled into washington, d.c. for a noncampaign event, trump is here for the grand opening his new hotel in the nation's capital. now, they had a soft opening back in september but trump obviously taking advantage of all the media that is covering him right now. after this trump will be heading
state. and some good news for donald trump this morning. a new bloomberg poll shows him up by two points in the battleground state of florida. trump said that is a must win for his campaign. if there's any path to victory. also making headlines this morning an interview overnight between megyn kelly and newt gingrich, things got very heated. take a listen. >> you want to go back through the tapes of your show recently. you are fascinated with sex and you don't care about public policy. >> me? really? >> that's what i get out of watching you tonight. >> you know i'm not fascinated by sex but i am fascinated by the protection of women and understanding what we're getting in the oval office. >> as for the event today trump is expected to make some remarks and then show off his new property. amy. >> all right. tom, thanks so much. we mention george is on assignment. this morning he's sitting down with donald trump and the entire trump family and we'll have that exclusive interview tomorrow on "gma." well, today is hillary clinton's 69th birthday and she
clinton said she is not taking anything for granted. she received a boost from another big name republican, former secretary of state colin powell now says he will vote for clinton despite their dust-up over her e-mail controversy. well, global gender equality won't happen until the turn of the next century. the world economic forum says if current trends continue it will take 83 years to close the gap. iceland takes the top spot for narrowing the gap so far. united states in rhode island, outrage erupting on the sidelines among parents at a youth football game. take a look why. over this guy, he was sent in to play, yeah, he's got a beard, he has tattoos, he's believed to be as old as 19 but he was playing in a game for 13-year-olds and 14-year-olds. that team has now understandably been disqualified from the league. and from georgia an amazing survival story. 8-year-old london buckley and her grandfather were on his
was going to live or die. they are now recovering in separate hospitals but she has this message for him. >> i want to say i love him and i'm glad we're still alive. >> despite some broken bones remarkably they will both be okay. and finally, a squawking parent has ratted out his owner's husband chirping out flirty phrases, the man never said to her. it not only confirmed the suspicions he was cheating the with maid but almost landed him in jail. the bird's statement will not hold up this court. this isn't the first time a parrot revealed a cheating spouse. a few years ago a couple chris and susie who had a parrot that shouted out, i love you gary revealing the name of the woman's lover. >> oh, no. >> parrot owners, and they're repeating. >> did we ever get what the express was that the parrot said in kuwait?
>> something tells me it was juicy. >> oh. >> always the parrot. >> it's always the parrot. >> keep the dogs. keep the dogs. leave the parrots. >> news that goes pop. >> "pop news," robin. we'll begin with fun news. the apple doesn't fall far from the tree in the paltrow/martin family. coldplay, david, stop looking at me like that. david is flirting with me. chris martin was performing at a charity event in malibu when a song, watch this. ? ? i can't even demonstrate what i can't >> she's only 12. that is apple daughter of gwyneth and chris martin singing ariana grande's "just a little bit of your heart."
brother moses also do a little performing. take a look at moses now. ? ? for you take care of me ? ? two, three, four ? >> different style but these kids have got it. that's moses taking on twenty one pilots taking on "house of gold." they love to perform. >> i can't believe how old they are now. >> 12 years old. >> you look at her now. >> jam sessions around that house. >> absolutely. i love that. and then also we have some royalty going to philadelphia. the gracious six bedroom colonial where grace kelly grew up and accepted the marriage proposal of prince rainier of monaco. went on the market back in june. it has just been discovered the secret buyer who dropped $754,000 for it was none other than grace's son, prince albert.
to his family. he recalled staying there with his mom and dad while visiting his grandparents as a kid. it is not believed the prince will move his family from monaco rather will likely be used as a u.s. base for albert's charity with a small museum exhibit in honor of his mom. really exciting. he said he saved it from near certain destruction. of developers. so really nice story there. and then finally, looks like we'll have a battle of the three different projects in the works right now to depict the life of first american flapper, se zelda fitzgerald. she's caught the eye of ron howard and jennifer lawrence and they'll team up on "zelda" that focuses on her life as wife to the legend but scarlett johansson on board to play her in the title called "the beautiful and the damned" and
both of those are going to get by amazon's new series "z, the beginning of everything." christina ricci in the lead available to downstream this february. >> you name dropper, you. >> interesting. >> isn't it funny something -- she's abeen around, her story. >> three. >> since the '20s. >> exactly. that is "pop news," everybody. >> all right, lara. thank you. >> she's hot like "pop news," lara. all right, coming alert about keeping your house safe after recent videos like this one showing a chilling home invasion. our security experts are sharing their tips on how to keep safe. something that we're looking forward to sharing with everybody. taking you up side the ralph lauren center helping so many in the fight against cancer. come on back. more "stay" per roll.
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wake-up call for everyone about keeping your home, your family safe. that's a child sheing on the couch there. good morning, america. on the lookout, abc's paula faris here with much more. >> hey there, these videos are disturbing, disconcerting. talking brazen thieves armed looking for vulnerabilities in your home you may not be aware of. it's a chilling home invasion caught on video in florida. while children are fast asleep on couches a burglar calmly walking around scouting for eventually taking a child's cell phone. his accomplice and lookout armed with a gun at the door. in austin a brazen home invasion also caught on camera. a college student beaten and robbed at gunpoint. all while his girlfriend watched in horror on facetime. >> they were saying they would blow my head off if i wasn't quiet. >> reporter: also caught on camera this man allegedly attacked a "while you were
strangling me with the other. >> reporter: according to the fbi there were a million holmbergrys last year. we've shown you the many ways they could break into your home. security expert bill stanton has a wake-up test for one homeowner. looking for easy entries people may overlook. >> there was a ladder in the garage that i was going to use to get into the house. >> reporter: a ladder and a little high-tech help was all he needed. >> i took a gps and i put it on her car so this way >> reporter: former detective and forensic locksmith dave ribbol showed our gio benitez how easy they can use bump keys to get into a key. >> these are bump keys we ordered online and cost us 50 bucks for though whole set. >> there we go. >> reporter: usually used by locksmiths these keys mimic the action of real keys, since our
in our last security check, former nypd detective nick casale reminds gio about the basics. security mirrors around blind corners. >> the more you can see the safer you are. >> reporter: and securing low basement windows. a couple of other tips to stay safe. garage doors, traveling, make sure you disable it and bring in the opener at night. if your car has an alarm bring your keys inside next to your 23450i9stand. set off that alarm and the most important thing, we all have old blackberries and flip phones hanging around the house, keep one charged and in a safe and secure location, a safe room, be ready to dial 911. you don't have to have them activated in order to dial 911. keep those old phones charged in a safe and secure location. >> i forgot where my blackberry is. >> we all have them lying an the house. >> in the bottom of these drawers. >> you don't even need a phone plan just have it charged up.
have a phone plan. >> you gave me yours. i'll give it back to you and wish you a very happy birthday. >> feels great to be 25. >> 25, that's right. >> plus a lot more. >> did he just give you your used blackberry for your birthday? happy birthday, paula. coming up here something we're passionate about. robin will take us inside the amazing ralph lauren centerment how they're touch on fighting cancer. really? yes, really! don't sound so surprised. let's see it! -oh you're ready. alright, here we go. let's hear the crowd. ahhhh! i go to the right. i go to the left. fake 'em out. mama go up, up, up! she did it. -again? you can't avoid gravity. but unitedhealthcare can help you avoid financial surprises by helping you compare costs and doctor quality ratings.
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absolutely. i would do that. but now, she's running away. trying to save her political career. kelly ayotte's all politics, no principles. priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising. back here on "good morning america," you guys are awesome. how dow choose? i wanted to show you something that gets me cheering, a lightning photo from iowa. the same storm moving toward cleveland, why they had to move it up. it all comes b hayley: good morning. cold temperatures this morning, in the 20's some spots. otherwise in the mid 30's. not much recovery this afternoon either.
to the south, including concord, manchester. the winds are going to be gusting upwards of 20 mph, so it will feel even colder. tomorrow we lose the sunshine. clouds hey, thank you. you too. >> thank you, you too. >> thank you, ginger. now to something we're really passionate about. we're all passionate about and it's something that amy and i know all too well. ralph lauren and his team provide top notch care to an underserved community to mark the end of breast cancer awareness month i had a chance to visit the center in harlem to see how it is changing countless lives. >> it's really important to us that once somebody walks in the door they understand that we're going to take care of them. >> reporter: for so many like 40-year-old annika robinson equal access to high quality and
a situation, it's problematic. >> reporter: diagnosed with breast cancer over the phone by her doctor, anika was shaken to the core. >> it was just devastating news. and i said, why would he call me. >> reporter: anika sought help elsewhere and found solace in the welcoming environment here at the ralph lauren senatore for cancer care. >> when i met said you'll be all right. you'll be cured and i just cried. >> reporter: every year the ralph lauren center receives over 12,000 patients. 80% classified as part of an underserved community. i caught up with david lauren who sits on the board of trustees at the center to learn more. cancer doesn't discriminate. it doesn't care who you are so the treatment of it and the availability should not be either, right?
poorer communities and we're on 124th street in harlem and if you were to go 25 blocks south of here to where i grew up, you would see that the cancer rates are completely different. i think people feel if they're going to come here they may survive and feel better. >> reporter: the center was established in 2003 after a meeting between david's father, fashion icon ralph lauren, and renowned physician dr. herold freeman. >> the story that dr. freeman wait for weeks or months for ralph lauren to respond and at the end of the meeting my dad just turned to him and said i'm in. what do you need? how much? and dr. freeman gave him a number and my father said, great. we're going to support it and he has ever since. >> reporter: what does that mean as his son to know that your father is stepping up and well before it became -- >> fashionable. >> fashionable. i didn't want to use that word. but long before it was
>> he galvanized the whole fashion industry together to help create something called fashion targets breast cancer and then he created the pink pony fund and said every time that pony is pink on our products we're going to raise money and awareness for the cause and today both of these initiatives have become incredibly successful and global. >> reporter: as being on the board what are your goals? >> the goals are to build on that. to really grow the ralph lauren cancer center into something that the community knows about and thathe involved with cancer all around the world. >> david, you hit it. trust, trust is so imperative. i was very fortunate to be at memorial sloan-kettering cancer center and for that to be aligned here and i have to tell you in walking around and seeing, it's the same care here that they are receiving at memorial sloan-kettering. care that includes the innovative patient navigation system which the center credits for their high treatment completion rates and helps
thrive. >> when i walked in i felt that i was going to be okay. >> it is an incredible and comforting facility and i learned something else that gets back to the idea of trust. when ralph lauren founded the center in partner yip with memorial sloan-kettering he didn't want his name on it. he didn't want to draw attention to himself. dr. freeman disagreed saying it will give people a sense of trust and make them feel like it's a place of quality. many people are familiar with that facility. you've been traveling all around the country. >> access to quality care, absolutely impacts outcome. >> it does and this is proof. all right. thanks. hey, we got the crew from "the chew" coming up next.
>> now, from wmur news 9 -- erin: good morning. it is now 8:27. i'm erin fehlau. making news state officials are , urging people to take precautions after three cases of the mumps were reported here in new hampshire. those cases all showed up on the unh campus in durham. the mumps spreads through saliva, like if you share utensils, or bco even those vaccinated still have a slight chance of contracting the virus. symptoms include fever, muscle aches, and swelling in the cheek and neck area. a suspected meth dealer is behind bars this morning following a bust in laconia. police say 31-year-old brian norris was arrested after a search of his hotel room at the landmark inn. officers say he was found in possession of 42 grams of meth, as well as heroin and pills that have a street value of about
at sign we go right now. a lot of color out there. -- outside we go right now. a lot of color out there, but some rain ahead. hayley: a beautiful shot in meredith, 35 degrees. today, sunshine, blue sky like you see in manchester. tomorrow is the day when the weather really changes. in the meantime, bright, sunny skies. temperatures in the 30's at the moment. it winds start to pick up area eight and -- when the winds start to pick up. eight mph winds in concord. some gusts near 20 mph. that will make you feel a little cooler on your skin. a few scattered clouds in the northern part of the state now. once we get to the afternoon, it will be mostly sunny. temperatures in the 40's across the state. remember, with the wind, it will feel a bit cooler than that. tomorrow is the day of change.
and evening. some are snow showers. when all three of these guys show up, they come up with some crazy ideas. sometimes, i just have to say, "no way." so i appreciate it when annie kuster says "no" to cutting social security. she stood up to both parties to protect our benefits. annie's working to make sure we have a secure retirement. so i can worry about these guys instead. i'm annie kuster and i approve this message. this is where the oil billionaire koch brothers hosted a fundraiser for kelly ayotte... this is where ayotte voted with the koch brothers 90% of the time. ayotte's campaigns collected millions from corporate interests. and voted for them, not you. she voted wall street banks billions in write offs for executive bonuses. voted big oil billions in tax breaks. but kelly ayotte voted against letting families refinance student loans. and against lowering the cost
for new hampshire. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising. ? wow. great audience we have with us in our studio this wednesday morning and you know who else we have here? i don't know. we have this empty chair. new hbo rae. [ cheers and applause ] i'm so happy. mwah. >> hey. >> oh, my gosh. >> i know. your billboards are all over the place. blowing up. >> yes. you know, i'm excited. kind of crazy. >> welcome. >> good to see yourself on the billboard. >> i freaked out the first time i saw it.
snap story and whatever. i did a dance. >> i saw it. >> you saw it? >> we're going to talk about your new show in a little bit. before that we get some topics going and just dive right in. i have a question for everybody. have you ever told a little lie and you didn't think it was a big deal? [ applause ] hmm. as some people are like, no. you're lying. that people who lie may start out as a little lie but then you pretty much convince yourself from your emotional response to your brain that it's okay. >> get away with it. >> then it leads to big ones. >> little ones lead too big ones as my mom used to say you believe in your own lies but as people started to lie more, the brain became less and less active. >> there's science behind this. >> there's science behind it. >> i was reading that research.
reacts to emotion to your body's emotion when you lie, they did a test so when you first told a lie it really reacts and over time with every lie it becomes much more dull. it just gives up on you. >> the first one i feel guilty and then that bag of lays is gone. >> can't have just one. >> you lie. >> your potato chip lie. >> like forrest gump, lies are like a bag of potato chips. >> that's my take home for the day. >> well, thank you for that. a good message for kid, though. we talk about it all the time. one of those sort of nonnegotiables. you have to tell the truth. you'll be in much less trouble. >> when are lies polite? does my outfit look good. you're doing it, girl. >> i see outfits where you should look at your friend and
>> that's true. i know and that's a whole other segment we should get into when to know when to do that. a real conundrum. you want to be nice. >> i like this next one. >> i like this too. you know, we talk about this every year around this time. i feel like 'tis the season to cuddle up. do you believe -- i tried to tell you earlier this has been happening all show. >> it's a white lie. >> we're getting married. it's a big lie. that is a big no, it's snuggle season. this is the season "glamour" magazine says and you're saying -- >> yes. >> you're more inclined to want to a boyfriend or girlfriend in the fall or winter because you want to get near that fire or cozy sweats. do you believe that? >> you have me adjusting my papers and i didn't have to with this. it is because of the weather, it makes it change and you just
yeah, yeah. calm down back there. >> i know. >> our floor director eddie is jumping in over here. >> but at the same time i remember my dad telling a story from back in the day where around christmas and gift time, birthday they would break up because, you know, cuddling season around christmas -- >> hey in that was my dad. not me. >> i think it's like the fall, football game, cozy sweater but season. >> but how much time before you like -- but how much time before you -- >> when the sun comes out. i can show off. i don't need him anymore. >> that's really it. >> which is why we got to do -- >> right to it. >> people say beware of this but i don't understand why you have to beware of it when you are snuggle up it can get the relationship going when you need someone.
not the best thing to start a cuffing season relationship. every time i say cuffing season it seems wrong to me. i was trying to say snuggle -- can i change the name to snuggle season. cuffing season doesn't sound right. >> hip way. >> you can fool yourself into thinking a cuffing season is better than it actually is and then you're missing the opportunity to meet someone that you actually might connect . because they're cuffing with someone else. >> you can snuggle up and watch issa with "insecure." >> yes. [ applause ] >> nice, robin. i love that. >> that was good. >> alley-oop. >> we talk about your character. >> go ahead. >> your character is kind of raps to herself a little bit. >> she does. she's like a -- he's insecure, she's kind of awkward. she's socially kind of inept and
she raps to get her feelings out in the mirror. >> if you had to give yourself a rap name what would it bey. >> i haven't really thought -- in high school i used to go by miss terious. >> i did not see that. >> you know what we did and everybody has a card in front of them. don't look yet. we put everybody's name into a rap hip-hop name generator. yes. it's going to kick out our rap first. what would be yours? >> there's a rap generator. >> oh, i-drop. >> i-drop. [ applause ] >> i like that. >> okay. my rap name is mikey m.dolla. >> i like that. >> that will stick.
diligent smooth. >> what a name to get on an album. >> deacon d.davy. >> wow. >> mine is -- >> you guys are so polite. >> mine is simple. yet effective. lil' ls. >> lil' ls. >> the first thing that generated was not suitable. my name was something -- >> well, come on. i can do this. so freestyle for us a little can i get a beat? ? hey ? ? hey sitting at the desk and i'm chilling with my homies ? ? insecure all day you should get to know me ? ? hbo i'm on the beat so thank you i'm issa rae on the sheet ?
>> terrible. >> where does that come from. >> i'm not a rapper, guys. i'm not. >> akai-drop. >> drop it. >> and it was smooth. but i really -- the web series that you had "awkward black girl" put you on the map and this is like an extension. >> i wanted to just make black people relate -- i wanted you to these situations we all go through and, you know, race is addressed but it's also like relationship issues and also the story of just like friendship, two black girls being friends, turning 30 and ushering themselves and each other through that kind of transitional period. >> growing up did you have any one on tv you felt you could relate to. >> in the '90s, yes, everybody. it was like "living single."
"fresh prince" "girlfriends" so many shows i felt like i wanted to be a part of that era and wanted to write for those shows then by the time i got to college there weren't that many faces. >> you're bringing it back and want to show you a little bit of "insecure." >> transfer all that lotion from the pump that already comes into this new pump for no reason? >> i hate you. >> just so you always let you buy a lotion pump. >> you know how long i've been waiting to hear you say that. [ applause ] >> oh, so are you enjoying yourself? >> i'm having the time of my life. honestly, this is amazing to just have a show on hbo. something i dreamed of for a long time and the characters the crew, everybody involved is just so amazing.
i've seen what can happen as the result of hate. my son matt was murdered in laramie, wyoming, in 1998. he was befriended by two men in a bar who pretended to be gay. they offered him a ride home, and when he was in their car, they robbed him and beat him. they drove matt out to the prairie and tied him to a split-rail fence, then beat him some more and left him for dead. in the aftermath of matt's death, my family saw the best of america in the love and support we were shown. so when i see the hate that donald trump has brought to his campaign for president, it terrifies me. i'd like to punch him in the face, i'll tell ya. ahh, i don't know what i said,
he's a mexican. i could stand in the middle of fifth avenue and shoot somebody, and i wouldn't... words have an influence. violence causes pain. hate can rip us apart. i know what can happen as the result of hate, and donald trump should never be our president. priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising. let's bring it up.
wednesday morning out here in times square. welcome back to "good morning america" and welcome back to nba basketball. ittic canned off last night. the cleveland cavs and tonight the oklahoma city thunder taking on the philadelphia 76ers at 8:00 p.m. eastern and rockets hayley: cool temperatures to start this morning. we are only in the 30's. a couple spots in the 20' l >> all that weather brought to you by pronamel. that guy back there, he's got style. are you in a boy band? he said no. let's get back in to lara. >> all right, ginger, thank you. we get to all the excitement for marvel's "doctor strange" now. the blockbuster moves starring benedict cumberbatch begins next week and rachel mcadams and tilda swinton sat down with
it. >> reporter: with benedict cumberbatch as its arrogant surgeon turned seeker, "doctor strange" offers losses of wonder. effects, special enough to excite tilda swinton and rachel mcadams. >> magic even for us because these people are so cutting edge they're inventing the programs kind of a week ago to be honest. i mean, the film is still wet as far as i know. >> reporter: swinton who blazed a few trails herself stars incarnation as a wise guide to the unseen world, the ancient one. how did the director describe who it would be? i think there was talk this role was written for you. >> yes, he said that and beyond accepting that he wanted someone ancient which i was very happy to take on the chin, yeah. >> you don't get to lobby for the name of the character. like i'd like to be sleeker,
people say i'm too young to play someone 700 years old. >> reporter: as her physician character joins dr. strange to mourn the loss of his surgical gifts. she marveled at his craft. >> he is so emotionally in touch with his feelings, i mean, we spent a whole day crying and i've never cried for that long. you know, and it was take after take after take and i just thought, you're my rabbit's foot. i have to take you everywhere with >> reporter: for "good morning america," chris connelly, abc news, los angeles. >> what a cast. that looks great and "doctor strange" opens nationwide on friday, november 4th. coming up, these guys. the "the chew" crew join us live. don't go anywhere. [ cheers and applause ] ? narrator: planned parenthood provides many kinds of healthcare. woman: i depend on planned parenthood for birth control. woman: i had my annual physical there. woman: the cancer screenings at planned parenthood are so important.
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"the chew" and they've got -- hey, look, no applause sign. that came from the heart, people. no applause sign. they have a brand-new cookbook out called "the chew approved" sharing their most requested recipes. >> this morning showing us some of their best chicken dishes for our weeknight dinner dash. we'll call it week morning dinner dash this morning. but i have a question, though. it's your fifth book. >> it's our fifth book. >> but why -- [ applause ] why is it so important to include the viewers' recipes. >> the viewers are very much a part of our show and we are saying to them thank you for watching and thank you for also contributing your love and all of these recipes and actually making them popular online and everything so this book really is about them and saying, hey, yes, i see your recipe. it is approved and you're doing such an amazing job. >> the connection that you all have. >> exactly. >> okay, rachel has a question for you.
rachel. >> hi. what is a crowd pleasing dish i can make for my roommates at home. >> a crowd pleasing dish for roommates. chicken. chicken goes a long way. it is an inexpensive protein. widely available and thighs and drumsticks, breasts if you're looking to make it lean. runs the gamut and this is an easy recipe for you, one of my buildable dish, chicken with citrus and herb butter, a co your refrigerator. hopefully you like the roommates because they'll stay forever. what carla has is carrot, butternut squash. you can buy it cubed and makes it easy, pumpkin, sweet potato. any root veggie would be great is there can you put stuff on a pan? >> yes. >> okay, good. >> a little olive oil and salt and pepper and that's it. don't overcrowd the pan so you can put it on two sheets. throw that in a 400 degree oven
there cooking and robin is already eating. >> that's why i love this woman. >> rachel, can you salt and pepper some chicken? >> a little bit. >> a little bit. this is a whole chicken. get your butcher to break it down so you're not wasting anything. breasts in first. everything goes in skin side down and again make sure not to overcrowd the pan. it's going to go five minutes. make sure you use an oven safe skillet. add fresh orange juice, oh, yes. >> there's nothing super like crazy about this recipe but it will feel unique because it has this interesting bright flavors you might not have combined before. orange and oregano and goes in your 400 degree oven where your root veg yis were and when it comes out the chicken is totally done like robin is testing over here. you take the remaining little bit of chicken fat and orange juice and reduce about a cup of white wine, i know you got that around your house and now here's
moment. tay there, whisk. compound butter, citrus, chive and oregano. same ingredients, toss that right into -- come on. it's for the roommates. give a little extra. stir it into your sauce and ladled over your beautiful chicken dish. dinner is done and great for buildable and for kids. >> if you can do that, i'm moving in with you. >> you and the kids, man. there's room. there's room. >> michael, clinton, it's your emi emilio, what's your question. >> when i make that it comes out really dry. pretty chewy. >> happens to the best of us. >> it does. it does. probably because you're doing boneless chicken breast which can dry out really easily. >> that's it. >> so show you how to use bone in chicken thighs, they do not get dry and do them in a braise which really infuses moisture into the chicken so super easy. a little salt, a little pepper in your flour and make sure you do that, season your flour and then --
>> dip one of those chicken thighs in there. get it dredged. dredging. >> he said dip. >> shake off the excess, skin side down in the pan. skin side down. >> your other skin side and put about three or four of those in the pan. don't overcrowd the pan or else they won't get brown. >> thank god you're pretty. >> i'm trying. i'm trying to help. she'er program. i'll just eat. >> all right. so once they're brown, take them out, set them aside and take it away. >> then over here, in the pan with all this stuff you put a little bit of carrot, celery, onions and a little herb, rosemary and tarragon or thyme and add a pinch of saul and sweat them out till they look like this. that's all the good stuff. to that we'll add garlic, we add a little bit of tomato paste
>> get to the wine. >> stock of the chicken. and now these ones that we browned up we didn't let stra do them because it was just a nightmare. put these back in. >> they go right in. >> right in and this is a braised so it's stay moises and delicious. oh, wait. >> look at you. >> time to fly away. >> 1:00 eastern right here on abc for to eat. joanne: she's not fooling me. britt: kelly ayotte sides with the special interests. vivian: now, she's even playing politic games with medicare. vo: kelly ayotte voted to cut medicare and cost seniors up to $1,700 more for prescriptions... while protecting tax breaks for the wall street banks and big oil companies that fund her campaign. fred: kelly ayotte sold us out. britt: with kelly ayotte, it's all politics. joanne: she's not looking out for new hampshire anymore.
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fire in rochester earlier this morning. the fire at 21 whispering winds lane was reported about 3:15 this morning. when crews arrived, flames were tearing through the mobile home, and part of the roof had collapsed. the state fire marshal is investigating, and an autopsy is scheduled for tomorrow. the victim's name has not been released. state health officials are urging anyone who has a connection to the unh campus at around to take precautions after three cases of the mumps diagnosed, all links to the school. there have been nine cases reported in new hampshire this year, compared to five total between 2011 and 2015. this is not considered an outbreak, but health officials urge anyone showing symptoms to see a doctor right away. outside we go. a lot of sunshine. looking like a great start to the day. hayley: but it is a little deceiving, because the temperatures are so chilly and
than the 39 in manchester. finally up to 35 him k -- in k eene after being stuck in the 20's. the temperatures will slowly increase today. we will only get into the 40's, despite the sunshine. there are the winds, already starting to get a bit piped up. 14 mph in manchester. 12 mph in concord. there could be gusts near 20 this afternoon, making it feel chilly. a flo going to be bright. look at tomorrow. early in the day, clouds move in. we have rain showers especially during the afternoon and evening. some of those rain showers change to snow showers in the
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