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their vothey areen talk, that w what did upsetrepublicans tre b. trump campaign as election day. i'm sara bloomquist, channel 6 "action news." >> thank you. meanwhile, donald trump today called the new sexual assault allegations pure officials. speaking at a rally he called the accusations a coordinated
vicious attack. trump hammered his female accusers, calling them horrible, horrible liars. they come five days after video surfaced after trump bragged about grabbing and groping women without their permission. >> hillary clinton attended a fundraiser this afternoon in san francisco and made a surprise appearance at a campaign office. and told them that the nation learned who donald trump is, clinton says the election about who we are and what we stand for. first lady, michelle obama, campaigned for clinton in new hampshire. mr. obama spoke passionately about the sexual assault claim against trump. the candidates for delaware's loan congressional seats squared off in wilmington. widener law school hosted the
debate. rochester said her campaign is focusing on bringing people together and riegels says he is form using on jobs and wasteful spending. current congressman john carnie jr. is running for governor. and the general election deadline for delaware is saturday and new jersey voters have until tuesday the 18th to register and the deadline in pennsylvania has passed. the man accused of setting off bombs in new york city and seaside park, new jersey pled not guilty today. ahmad rahami appeared via video from his hospital bed. the 28-year-old is in the hospital since the shootout with police that led to his capture on september 19th. rahami faces -- and other offenses. police in barnegat, new
jersey are investigating the explosion in a trash can. was it mischief or something more sinister? nora muchanic has the latest. >> reporter: it was loud. it was so loud that we didn't know what the heck happened. >> what happened is that some kind of explosion blew apart a plastic garbage can that was sitting on port drive for a month. >> 1:30 in the morning and getting ready to go to sleep and i woke up boom boom. >> the police bomb unit and atf are joining local authorities to figure out what caused the explosion. investigators could see seen removing several bags from the scene. >> it's here for a month. >> neighbor al showed
me the spot where the can sat for weeks before the blast. he lives a block away and
babysitter in point breeze. some adults noticed him walking and immediately began knocking on doors trying to find his family. investigators found the boy's mother and trying to find out how he managed to get away from the babysitter. t former president their case forr spa span g to the aid of theion, north carolina. and thedivisional > e cold frond
come to the aid >> the inven growing on day new jersey. being collectedy r sister city e river. the town of more than 25,000 is hurting. >> they need cleaning supplies and baby formula and baby food. senior items such as personal hygiene items ensure and stuff like
that. >> lumberton is responding because the north carolinans have come through for this south jersey town time and again when
the rancocas creek severely soaked lumberton, new jersey and and when floodwaters hit in '04, and since 2007 and 2012 with sandy and again in 2015, locals remember and
want to give back. >> know what they are going through and they helped us out and we are helping them out. and we go by there all the time when we go down to florida. >> it's a dire need it's an extremely traumatic event. imagine being displaced from your home because of floodwaters. >> officials say they are doing okay but they feel like donations will poor in over the weekend. >> they help us when we have been in trouble and now we are helping them out. >> this collection drive continues through october 21st. the lobby of the township building here is open from 8:00 until 6:00 daily until that
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playing the red skins in washington is tough enough, the eagles can't stand to lose one of their best players. fletcher cox was a limited player in practice and the eagles need him in d.c. especially after the so so showing the defense had in detroit. jeff skversky has more. >> eagles defensive coordinator jim schwartz was not happy in detroit the first half. but they bounced back and did not allow a touch down in the second half. and they expect that to carry over in washington. >> nobody expected to go 16-0, so having a loss is not something that makes our confidence waiver or make us question the guys next to us or make us question the scheme or plan or the coaches. >> so are eagles players showing
anything in practice that leads schwartz to believe they will do well against the red skins. >> practice doesn't mean anything. i don't want to get alan iverson in there. it's all about how you perform on sunday. >> how they play will likely be how they control another former philadelphia star, one that used to practice on this very field. desean jackson. and in practice this week the eagles are preparing for jackson to get the ball deep from curt cousins. he is one of the best if not the best deep threats in the league and has been his whole career. >> we are doing everything in practice to work on that and hopefully hit him down the road and this will be a big week for us. >> jackson burned the birds before averaging 100 yards per game and keeping them out of the playoffs last season and this sunday the eagles will try to keep him outst end zone.
>> time for the weekly chat with ron jaworsky, the analyst says that the nfl is an up and down industry and we'll learn a lot about the birds after last week's loss. >> it's easy to look at tape in my office and talk about it. it's hard for these guys week in and week out in the national football league to deal with that type of adversity and success. and it's never as good as you think it is and never as bad as you think it is, somewhere in between. but clearly the quarterback that have had great careers are recilan and move on after a bad game or bad play. only three games remain on the preseason schedule, tonight they visit the wizards. by all accounts the flyers had a solid training camp and they say it's a close knit group. >> the guys hold on to each other and there is no groups.
everybody goes to lunch with everybody and it's a fun atmosphere and a good balance between knowing when to have fun and let loose and then it's time to work on the ice than is important going into this season. >> game five of the nlds is between the nationals and donors his patch. is ather forecast. you won't believee. we'll be right back.
is now heading icoming a fish s berm chin. back at hon-y forecast tomorrow bright sunshine is bee one of themetime. comfortable and 6 and warms up to 67 degrees and thin cirrus clouds late in the day and nice weather for union game. and spine is back on sunday and look at this tuesday, 80 degrees, wednesday 81 we hit that we beat the record of 80. and a cold front could bring us a stray shower on wednesday and behind the system nice on thursday but not quite as warm at 74 degrees.
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