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good morning. it's tuesday, october 25, 2016. welcome back to cbs "this morning." there is more real news ahead, including donald trump warning voters not to trust the polls. we'll look at his cbs news elections director rs here's lvto. "eye-opener" at 8:00. >> clinton reluctant to draw too much attono it fliing the sc. >> donald trump and hisdvisers don't believe in the polls's what they do believe i enthuti >> didn't make up all of this? >> candidas not in the lead talk how the poll, ron.
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>> what music were they listening to? got it. ki and nah o'donnell.e election day is two weeks from today. early voting under way@) in mor than 30 states. donald trump held a series of large rallies yesterday in florida, in another battleground state, hillary clinton campaigned in new hampshire. >> they attacked each other but also talked about specific policies they would fight for if elected. >> we're going to make
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we count on them to show up for us. now buck newton wants to be our top law-enforcemt officer, but he failed to show up in the state senate. buck missed nearly one out of five votes, 10 times, buck was penalized for missing tax deadlines. his business was dissolved. there's too much at stake to make buck newton attorney general.
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and the world is cold ? i will feel aglow just thinking of you ? and the way you lookonight ? >> ooh. that's actor dermot mulroney. starred opposite julia roberts in "my best friend's wetting" nearly 20 years ago. first acting role, "since of innocence" in 70 movies. mulroney returns to cbs in the new drama "pure genius" playing a surgeon enlisted by a tech billionaire to work in a cutting-edge hospital. >> you okay? >> knew scan of margo's heart. >> hmm. >> it's worse. i don't know if i can do it. >> you're the best there is. you'll nail it. >> this isn't programming a computer.
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the tumor, and a million ways it could go wrong. my scalpel misses, puncture her heart. lost marge other and the baby. >> what if i could give you 1 million chances to get it right. >> wow? >> hmm. >> a nice clip to pull. >> yeah. all right. welme -- >> great. >> great to have you here. >> good morning. >> this is like a new play on a medical drama because you're in a tech community. >> yeah. the idea with "pure that this tech billionaire, our story, decided to use his money for the sake of good and opens a hospital for free and will take on anybody who's got an interesting case. so that we can -- integrate new technology and new medical apparatus and procedures, and so it's -- it's a show about the very cutting edge of medicine today. >> and the people who come there
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usually they're a hard case of some sort or something that's interesting to us as doors, or the, the sort of tech billionaire who's trying to change the world. >> notice he says, "us" as doctors? >> yeah, well, we have -- >> first time you played a doctor. >> it is, and i'm having a great time doing it a i say us, because we are a team of doctors and an ensemble test i'm having a thrill working with. >> trying to figure out the tech billionaire. parse of me thinks he's an arrogant jerk and the other part a really good guy trying to do good. is that what you want the audience, go back and forth? >> part of what makes the show interesting, for certain. he'll draw you in, but you're not sure you want to be there. augustus plays james bell. we become great friends. in the episode of our first season i think that very question becomes really
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what he's capable of doing. >> i love the tech part of 9 show. everything that happens there is really real. there are real illnesses, real diseases, but fascinating to see how you incorporate detechnolog in the show. >> i want to do what i saw in "pure genius." >> i guarantee you, this will happen. on thursday night at 10:00 for the foreseeable future, and friday morning people are going to be calling their doctor saying, hey, can we get that for my grandma. >> i believe >> and katehams is it? >> yeah. >> the idea came from his own experience in a hospital with his wife? >> yes. i believe, and his father as well, and just as far as i'm concerned, jason kateham is the best or one of the best that pulls people's characters in out in this stories. known for parenthood" friday nid lights" and many other successful shows.
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>> good morning. i'm steph fap chase. the time is 8:54. fayetteville police are searching for four people accused of a home invasion that ended with a resident being shot. four him broke into a home on waterless street and investigators ran from the scene. if you have information, call fayetteville police. a lot of focus is on the presidential race and the tightly contested state races. voters in wake county have another decision on their hand . they must decide whether to approve a half cent sales tax referendum. the money would go towards funding wake transit public plan, which would include a 37- mile commuter rail connecting darner and durham as well as
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throughout the county. >> it's very inexpensive. for the typical family, this will be $2.75 a month for basically the price of a cup of coffee. you can quadruple bus capacity with brand new technology in 37 miles of commuter rail. >> we know there are traffic problems and concerns in this area but think the plan is much more expensive than has been recognized transit plan would come from federal dollars. in raleigh, group will hold a news conference with people opposed to the plan. finally, more financial help on the way for people in wake, lee, and moore county in the wake of hurricane matthew. a federal disaster was declared to help governments. in addition to three county, 31 other counties have been approved for federal individual and public assistance.
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forecast, here's alyssa corfont. good morning. just about 8:56 as we start off this tuesday and are into the 50s in raleigh, not a cloud in sight downtown. sunshine will feel really good. however, temperatures are going to be much cooler throughout the day, 45 durham, 45 henderson, looking at siler city with upper 30s. lee county has improved to 43. lillington, 53. fayetteville, clinton, rae temperatures to where we were yesterday at this time. siler city is 14 degrees colder, almost a ten degree drop in lee county and portion of mecnbcounty and virginia, 5 to 6eges coo in henderson and durham. the trend will hold true the afternoon, 60 at luhtime as the sunshine hangs around, stl sunny, gh 65 for afternoon high today. tomorrow morning could easil be the coldest morning of the
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weesday. we're also look at the potential for a few showers thursday. those won't arrive until late in the day, possibly until the evening hour, and most wet weather will be out of here by friday morning. the weekend ahead looks phenomenal with 75 saturday, 72 sunday and of course, halloween is on mondayhigh in th of 69. 8:57. let's check in with ali for the latest on the roads. very busy, lake wheeler road, bumper to bumper, a crawl out there as well with one on wolfwood at hillsboro street, avent ferry road at athens drive as well. let's take you to 440 eastbound, major delays but cleared accident. 540 is still out there. another crash morrisville, carpenter at nc 54. we'll leave you with a look outside. if you'ring he out, give
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north carolina used to make education a priority. we all understood the importance of having good schools. but pat mccrory seems more interested in giving tax cuts to millionaires. we rank 44th in spending per student. drop-out rates have gone up for the first time in 8 years. we're 41st in how much we pay our teachers. there is a textbook shortage. and pat mccrory has cut 3,000 teaching assistants from the early grades. he may have given tax cuts to millionaires,
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>> announcer: teens on a sleepover. >> judge judy: you and your husband were in charge of her 12-year-old child. >> announcer: but after sneaking out... >> judge judy: how old were you when you vandalized all those cars? >> 14. >> judge judy: and they were arrested. >> announcer: ...a nightmare began. >> judge judy: as a parent, i would never allow a 12-year-old child to go out at 11:00 at night. >> they did not leave our house at 11:00 at night. >> judge judy: that's what he said, so you're telling me that >> yes. >> announcer: "judge judy." you are about to enter the courtroom of judge judith sheindlin. the people are real. the cases are real. the people are real. the cases are real. the rulings are final. captions paid for by cbs television distribution sheila and dean howell are suing the mother of their son's former friend, amanda oman, for her share of their sons' restitution after the boys were found guilty


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