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this morning on "world news now", called an attack on our democracy. >> both campaigns reacting to the fire bombing of a republican party office in north carolina. the vandals spray painting hateful messages and threats on the walls. it comes after trump unleashed a barrage of tweets criticizing those on both sides of the aisle. in the fight against terror, the battle to take back a stronghold in iraq is underway. iraqi forces move into mosul. we're on the front lines. in florida, a vehicle flies off the highway, and anxious onlookers shouting as others race against flames to rescue the victims from the wreck.
the race to the white house runs through the philadelphia suburbs, a must-win area for both candidates. we talked to voters there on this monday morning, october 17th. from abc news, this is "worlds news now." good monday morning to you all. reaction to the fire bomb that ripped through a local republican office in north carolina. >> donald trump blames hillary clinton and democrats tweeting the office was targeted, quoting here, because we're winning. the bottle filled with flammable liquid was thrown through the office. all of this happening saturday night damaging the interior of the building along with furniture and trump campaign signs. a warning for republicans to get out of town was sprawled on a nearby building. >> this is a horrific, horrific act of political terrorism. one that we will not succumb to,
and one that we will answer. >> hillary clinton also called the fire bombing horrific and unacceptable and north carolina's governor described it as an attack on our democracy. >> so as the campaign heads into the final three week stretch, donald trump sharpens attacks and fepds off sexual assault allegations. >> a washington post poll shows the race close with hillary clinton four points ahead of trump, still within the margin of error. >> with the third and final debate two days away, trump calls the election rigged and he's levying a wild allegation against hillary clinton. it's your voice, your vote, here's abc's mary bruce. >> reporter: donald trump lashing out saying the election can't be trusted. >> the election is being rigged by corrupt media pushing false allegations and outright lies in effort to elect hillary clinton president. >> reporter: without evidence, trump is increasingly saying he's the victim of a conspiracy to take him down.
in less than 48 hours, trump claiming a rigged election more than 20 times. even suggesting saturday night live is in on it. >> what about all the women accusing you of sexual assault? >> they need to shut the hell up. >> reporter: tweeting, time to retire boring and unfollow-upny show, baldwin portrayal stinks, media rigging election. trump's running mate tried to reassure the public. >> we'll respect the will of the american people in the election. >> reporter: the clinton campaign says trump is using scorched earth scare tactics. >> he is swinging at every phantom of his own imagination because he knows he's losing. >> reporter: trump is ramping up attacks as more women accuse him of sexual misconduct. the latest to speak out, kathy heller, saying trump kissed her without concept at a mother's day event. trump's campaign denies the allegation saying in a statement, it would have been the talk of palm beach for the past two decades.
>> false stories, all made up, lies, lies. >> reporter: and trump speaking about a suspected fire bombing of a gop office in hillsboro, north carolina seeming to blame clinton supporters. hillary clinton calling the attack horrific and unacceptable. trump has a new unfounded theory. clinton may be on drugs. >> i think we should take a drug test prior to the debate. i do. because i don't know what's going on with her. but at the beginning of her last debate, she was all pumped up at the beginning, and at the end, it was, like, oh, take me down. >> reporter: despite all the controversy, our new poll shows trump supporters stick with him, but their enthusiasm is waning, down 12 points since last month. mary bruce, abc news, washington. hillary clinton is off the campaign trail preparing for
wednesday's debate, but she's facing growing questions over thousands of hacked e-mails posted by wikileaks. the e-mails believed to be from campaign chairman include transcripts of private speeches she gave to goldman sachs, giving a softer view than given in public. she has scripted advisers instructing clinton to laugh at herself. the clinton campaign neither confirmed or deny the e-mails. they said russian hackers are trying to influence the election and are to blame. a major battle against isis in underway in iraq. iraq's prime minister announced the liberation and said it's begun. mosul has been under isis control for more than two years and is the last major stronghold in iraq held by isis. ash carter describes it a decisive movement in the campaign to defeat the terrorist group. we are on the front lines with more from just outside mosul. >> reporter: tens of thousands
of troops massing for days near the city which is iraq's second biggest. we spent the day with kurdish forces here in the northern part of iraq. we visited several other bases that overlook both mosul and isis positions. every fighter we met was eager, even impatient to get the battle started and push isis out of mosul. this is their last stand. they lost all the other cities they took over in 2014, and the question now is whether they put up a big fight or try to slip away across the border into syria. the iraqi and kurdish forces are backed up by american and other international special forces advisers on the ground and u.s. led coalition is carrying out air strikes as well. the iraqi military dropped leaflets on the city telling residents to stay away from isis positions that will be targeted. around 1 million people are expected to flee the fooigting. the u.n. and other agencies setting up emergency camps to accommodate all of them in what the u.n. says could be the biggest humanitarian crisis in the world this year.
abc news, iraq. back in this country, two men in custody after a deadly gunfight in a party in los angeles.seeking more. three people killed, dozens wounded in a restaurant where a birthday party was held. witnesses described gunshots being mistaken for fireworks. suspects found after seeking treatment for their own injuries. police in lexington, kentucky have arrested a man in connection with the fatal shooting of the daughter of olympic sprinter. the 15-year-old was shot about 4:00 a.m. in the parking lot of a restaurant by her father. the teen was a track star at her high school. police say she was caught in the cross fire and are looking for other suspects. communities near lake tahoe face a double threat. firefighters work to gain control of a wildfire burning more than 20 homes. rainfall is helping those efforts, but now the rain is also creating new concerns about flooding. hundreds of structures are still threatened by the flames, and
some mandatory evacuations are in place. thousands of residents in washington and oregon are without power following a series of strong storms. winds at 50 miles per hour brought down trees all across the region. still, the storm ended up being weaker than forecasters expected. it seemed no one read any forecast before this high school football game friday night. it couldn't stop the raiders who beat the vike 27-8. not ideal. >> not, but loyal fans. >> absolutely. >> go crescent city. the national league championship series is tied at one game a piece after the dodgers beat the cubs 1-0. gonzalez homered in the second for the only run for los angeles there. it was pitcher kershaw shutting down chicago at home limiting cubs to a pair of singles over seven innings. the series moves to los angeles on tuesday. the american league series resumes tonight with cleveland
at toronto. the indians lead the blue jays two games to none. and on to fantasy sports because fantasy football performances, can't ask for more than than when beckham jr. he caught a pass and turned it into a 75 yard touchdown. >> impressive. when he got to the end zone, it got weird. he made a pole vaulter celebration with a triple jump. i don't think he stuck the landing. my thought on it. >> toes were not pointed, come on. >> then he continued the odd relationship kicking, covering himself on the ground -- come on, man, get a room. >> later, he had another long touchdown and penalized for unsportsman like conduct. he went back to kicking the net. seemingly proposing to it, and we're guessing it said yes? >> i hope.
i mean, they had to run the course of the relationship where they had an argument, and, you know -- >> made them stronger. >> did he got get a penalty? >> one, i believe. >> not for the first thing? >> i'm not sure. >> so weird. >> i don't understand where the line is of excess celebration? >> yeah. >> sometimes it's over the top, and they get nothing, and other times they do something that seems fairly simple and they are in trouble for it. >> it's fair to say the player needs to tamp down his emotion. >> i'd say so. t new york daily news says they have to end it like beckham. tired of the antics and people in new york feel that way. >> but thankful he's on their fantasy teams. barely three weeks away from the presidential election, a candidate can't win the keystone state without winning the suburbs. talking to voters about what
they think and whether their support is waivering. but, first, a former escort takes the witness stand in the hot car trial of a father facing murder charges in the death of his young son. what she testified that could spell trouble for the defense, and, remember, you can find us on facebook at wnnfans.com, and on twitter @abcwnn. you're watching "world news now." you bought a wig, a jersey, and overpriced nachos... ...don't let sinus symptoms bring you down now. get fast sinus relief with vicks sinex and get back in the game.
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incredible act of hero itch as police officers and ordinary citizens rush to try to rescue the driver there with a car on fire. the car rolled over, and the driver was not seriously injured, but fought rescuers as they tried to get him out of the vehicle. a participant describes the rescue as intense. >> turning now to the georgia map accused of murder for loving his young son in a hot car. >> prosecutors called a former escort to the wnsz stand to paint a picture of a man they allege who was trying to escape his life as a husband and as a dad. >> reporter: a former escort took the stand friday at the murder trial of justin ross harris. prosecutors allege harris intentionally killed his 22 month old son, cooper harris. the witness testifying she had sex with the defendant weeks before he left his son to die in a hot car. >> the way i was able to describe him was just -- he
didn't have any presence about him, just didn't care. >> reporter: the boy died in a hot summer day in 2014 after being left by his father in the backseat of the silver suv for several hours. harris, fighting a murder charge, pled not guilty saying he forgot to drop the boy off at day care on his way into work. harris seen here crying on the first day of testimony as he relived the day. >> he was devastated by the loss of his son. >> reporter: testifying she was approached by police months after the boy's death with a picture of ross stating the phone number she used in the days of an escort was found in harris' phone records. >> did you engage in sexual acts with him -- >> yes, on three occasions. >> reporter: pointing to the cell phone records as well as computer searches proof that harris didn't want to be a father anymore. >> i entered the term child and found five accesses to reddit
with the term "child free." >> reporter: but what was missing, alleged searches related to in-car deaths. >> you found no evidence on the iphone or the macbook to corroborate that allegation? >> i found nothing that made statements to that effect, correct. >> reporter: abc news, new york. coming up, the do-or-die swing state of pennsylvania. >> does trump that the support to carry the state? what voters are saying next. you're watching "world news now." "world
>> the east coast is a focus right now, or a part of it for both presidential candidates in the crucial state of pennsylvania. >> so what impact did the trump tapes and accusations have on the race there? neither candidate is taking all of this for granted. it's your voice, your vote with abc's martha raddatz. >> it's wishy-washy, but looking more and more like hillary clinton. >> i was more towards trump initially, but now i'm just undecided. >> reporter: from undecided to clinton, from trump to undecided, but we also found a surprising and consistent response to the access hollywood tapes. >> tape on the bus? >> yeah, i mean, i don't know. no comment. i mean, you know, made some locker room comments, right? >> i don't think anyone i knew was surprised by it at all. >> reporter: in the end, the lack of surprise seems to have led to a lack of outrage. >> people are, like, oh, so
offended, but that men and women talk that way as well. >> reporter: we heard that attitude again and again. >> did you see the tape? did that bother you? >> i actually thought it was funny. >> reporter: she's undecided. >> i shouldn't say anything. >> reporter: even holly watkins, a clinton supporter -- >> that's a personal decision he chose to make has nothing to do with performance. >> reporter: while washington and the democratic base are rolling with it. if you're for trump before -- >> still trump. >> reporter: dave ashworthies the debate was? >> just a clown act. >> reporter: yet? >> for me, election's about the supreme court and not necessarily the president. like, marriage equality and pro-choice. just, i don't believe in those things, so -- >> even if people don't like me, they have to vote for me. they have no choice.
why? justices of the stream court. >> reporter: trump backers agree, maybe less excited to pull the lever, but trump alines with their believes. >> just a lot of mud slinging both ways. but i still side with trump on most issues. >> i'm a big second amendment guy. >> reporter: did you see the tape? >> i did. >> reporter: what do you think? >> i think that that happens a lot in society today. >> reporter: but the fact that folks here are not shocked doesn't necessarily mean good things long term for trump in chester county. he's trending down statewide. the map who can no longer shock may be a man these voters no longer want to send to the white house. >> our martha raddatz reporting there. 20 electoral votes at stake in pennsylvania. >> since september, each campaign held more than 20 official events in the state. they are definitely not taking pennsylvania for granted.
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this morning on "world news now," fear and frustration on the campaign trail. donald trump spending sunday on twitter spreading blame around for his political misfortunes and offering a potential motive for those responsible for the fire bombing of a republican party office. police in alaska on the hunt for a suspect after an officer was shot in his own squad car. dash cam videos shows the suspected gunman approach the front of the car before taking off on foot. investigators are askinged public for help. new this half hour, the clown craze extending to the shopping aisles. >> a retailer pulling clown costumes from the shelves. is this the start of a new trend? a painful wardrobe malfunction leaving beyonce with a bloody ear during a
performance, but she still powered through her set. so what exactly went wrong? the full story ahead in the skinny. it's monday, october 17th. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> not every day you see a performer like beyonce with blood on her shoulder. >> yeah. but she looks at it, goes, all right. >> oh. >> move on. i can handle this. >> dusted it off the shoulder. >> just dust it off. talking presidential politics right now because there's a lot of accusations going back and forth, and not a lot of people are dusting it off the shoulders. >> no. >> donald trump repeatedly telling supporters he's not getting a fair shake. >> as trump fired off tweets calling the election rigged, a new abc washington post poll shows hillary clinton with a four point advantage, but that's still within the margin of error so it's a virtual tie. >> that poll shows enthusiasm for trump is fading and two-thirds of registered voters
reject his claim he did not make unwanted sexual advances towards women. it's your voice, your vote, and here's the latest. >> reporter: with the campaign rhetoric likely to intensify, a fire bombing in a republican headquarters in north carolina this weekend shocked the candidates. clinton tweeting, the attack on the orange county hq office is horrific and up acceptable, and though there's been no arrests, trump tweeting, animals representing hillary clinton and dems in north carolina just fire bombed our office in orange county because we are winning. both hillary clinton and donald trump were off the campaign trail. clinton in seclusion prepping for wednesday's debate while donald trump lashed out saying the election is rigged. >> the election is being rigged by corrupt media pushing false allegations and outright lies in effort to elect hillary clinton president. >> reporter: with no evidence, trump increasingly suggests he's the victim of a conspiracy to take him down. his sportsers already digging in. >> hillary clinton gets in, i,
myself, i'm ready for a revolution because we can't have her in. >> reporter: trump's running mate tried to calm voters. >> we'll respect the will of the american people. >> reporter: hillary clinton's saying trump resorted to scorched earth scare tactics. >> swinging at every phantom of his imagination because he knows he's leaving. >> reporter: these e-mails believed stolen from john's account by what the fbi suspects could be russian hackers. one includes transcripts of private speeches clinton gave to goldman sachs, and while not confirmed by the campaign or verified by abc news, it shows tough talk about wall street in public got less tough in private. another has aides expressing frustration about her not being forthcoming about the e-mail server. two weeks later, she said this -- >> that was a mistake. i'm sorry about that. >> reporter: abc news, new york. >> that e-mail dump from
wikileaks appears to show clinton camp was worried warren would endorse sanders. she backed clinton, and last night, teamed up with sanders in denver for a rally. they said they are going to defeat trump and bring millions together for a revolution. isis in danger of losing its last major city in iraq after weeks of preparation, government forces are now moving to retake iraq's second largest city. the terrorist group held it since june of 2014, and u.s. defense secretary ash carter calls the operation a decisive movement in the campaign to defeat isis. u.s. led coalition artillery and air strikes are lending a hand in the effort. syria pushed out yesterday turkish backed rebels, dabiq is a small town and of marginal importance, but the group played it up in propaganda for a
doomsday battle for western crusaders. the u.s. and britain say there's little desire for interventions but want sanctions against russia. the european union meets this week to keep up pressure on russia. emotions run high as nigerian schoolgirls were reunited with their parents after spending more than two years as hostages. 21 girls released from bok boko haram last week, but only reunited with their families on sunday. there were the first girls released after negotiations between the group and nigeria's government. nearly 200 are still captive. police in alaska ask for public's help to find a suspect wanted for shooting an officer. look at the dash cam video. it's pretty dramatic. from the officer's car it shows the suspect walking down the sidewalk and crossing to the officer's side of the car. another video shows the alleged
gunman walking away from the vehicle. police say he stole it and abandoned it blocks away after shooting the officer who was seriously injured. mourners gathered to pay respects to four people killed in an accident taking place saturday when a pickup truck plunged off a bridge falling into the middle of a festival. eva pilgrim has the details. >> reporter: the driver of this demolished pickup truck, a member of the u.s. navy, charged with four counts of vehicular homicide and manslaughter. >> sounded like gunfire, and then you seen the vehicle come down. >> the vehicle is on its side and it's going to roll back over. we need fire to brace the car. >> reporter: showing chaos and panic at a crowded fair in san diego after the truck flew off the bridge and plunged 60 feet on to a vendor and packed festival. >> when aarrived, they found the vehicle on its side, and on top of four individuals. >> reporter: police officers and
firefighters rushing to help the nine injured. authorities say the driver, 24-year-old richard anthony, seen here, treated at the scene, was under the influence when he lost control. >> no other thought that, you know, but what's -- what you see is somebody's got to be dead. >> reporter: he survived the crash and is in the hospital with serious injuries. he has not yet entered a plea. this crash could have been worse. the truck stopped feet from a stage where a band was playing. no word on how the injured are doing. abc news, new york. well, as expected, san francisco quarterback colin kaepernick continued the protest of the national anthem before his team's game in buffalo. kaepernick and two teammates knelt down during the anthem prompting bus from buffalo fans. kneels is his protest against racial inequality and police brutality. kaepernick questioned why his actions are regarded by some as
unpatriotic. >> i don't understand what's un-american about fighting for liberty and justice for everybody, about equality this country says it stands for. for me, it's patriotic and american to uphold the united states to the standards that it says it lives by. >> colin kaepernick said bills fans said they were supporting him. he made his first start in nearly a year yesterday, but it didn't do any good against buffalo. the bills won 45-16. don't bother looking for a close up mask in target this halloween. the giant retailer is no long e selling them in the stores and removing them from the website. they are sensitive to the increasing number of crazy crown scares, which have now been reported around the world. some clown costumes may be available. >> there goes my excuse when i walk into a halloween party, why do you have a clown mask on. no, it's just this mug. okay. be here all day.
so far, however, no one is banning the latest bedroom slippers. >> thank the lord. >> they not only make your feet look like "star wars," but they make the sounds. this is awesome. in fact, there are two different sounds in each pair of slippers. >> one size fits most adult human, and notice the toenails on the front. a nice touch. keeping the feet warm while stationed or lounging around the falc falcon, perhaps. i like each one has different sounds. you can't just have one sound. you need several. >> snowfall sounds, i guess so. over the weekend, a video, a compilation of everyday items that actually sound like the beloved character went viral. >> did you know a coke zero does
that? >> it's so stupid but so funny. >> that is awesome. >> i didn't realize so many items sounded like that. i wondered if they used these items to make the sound for the slippers. >> probably. >> this mug doesn't do much. >> our mugs are broken. we need different mugs. >> nothing. >> we're very disappointed with our surroundings now. coming up, the surprise guest star who joins sir paul mccartney on frightening home t turning one family's life into a living nightmare. the care giver for their elderly father who now refuses to move out months after his death. but, first, here's a look at today's forecast. "world news now" weather brought to you by musinex dm
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the moon the moon this weekend hit a triple play. a hunter's super moon. that's a full moon, also a hunter's moon, meaning it appears in the sky longer than usual, and in addition to that, the moon is at one of the closest points in its orbit around the earth so it appears larger than usual. but if you can't run outside during our break, don't worry, there's two more chances this year to see the hunter super moon. >> very impressive this weekend. bitter case of a home takeover unfolding right now in san diego. it's prompting many homeowners to think twice about whom they invite in their home for live-in help. >> a care giver for an elderly
man refuses to move out although the man passed away and his wife is still alive. >> reporter: a community fighting back on behalf of a 90-year-old woman trying to get back into the home she's lived in for nearly six decades. >> i think that she's heartless. she's heartless. >> reporter: fran is talking about the woman she hired a year ago to care for her dying husband. sheryl featured here in a 2010 episode of "horders: buried alive" moved into her home, but when she tried to fire sheryl, she refused to leave, even after fran's husband passed away in january. >> she got to be nasty after that. >> reporter: both women filing restraining against each other, sheryl accused of being punched in the arm. >> if you met my mother, she's 90 years old in failing health. >> reporter: claiming they changed the light, and the story
was brought to light by our affiliate, kgtv. we called her, her attorney, and so far, no response. across the country, other stories of homeowners locked out. this one in santa cruz where renters caught on camera refuse to leave. experts say the best way to prevent this is never use craig's list, the newspaper, or a friend's recommendation to hire a care giver. only use a bonded insured care giver agency. abc news, los angeles. when we come back, a painful wardrobe malfunction leaving beyonce bleeding on stage. could it be true? a third "sex in the city" movie? what sarah jessica parker says. the skinny's
all right. time for the skinny starting with a scare for beyonce. >> yes. the pop diva was performing over the weekend in brooklyn for her husband's charity concert when her long braided ponytail caught in one of her earrings and literally ripped it out of her ear lobe. >> the resulting injury so bad it left blood dripping down her neck, horrifying concert goers,
the audience, and those watching live stream. >> testament to her sheer strength and determination and resolve, beyonce powered through her set without even missing a beat. no word this morning on just how extensive that injury was, but you saw that moment there in the video clip where she's touching her ear, and then -- >> looks at the hand. >> and then just keeps going. yeah. >> she's not scared. >> she's not scared. this is the reason why we all bow down. next to much less painful performance on stage in southern california. >> no wardrobe malfunctions for sir paul mccartney who surprised a crowd when he brought rihanna on stage to perform their hit. >> the duet was the first time the former beatle and bad girl performed the song together since last year's grammy awards. >> the music festival is
nicknamed old chela making fun of the oldest demographic of attendees. >> even sir paul, himself, joked about it as she stepped down from the stage, and we finally found someone under 50, under the age of 50. >> seems like a great show. i'd go. >> yeah. next, ground shaking news for "sex in the city fans." >> in an interview sunday morning, sarah jessica parker discussed her new tv series on hbo called "divorce." >> but the conversation turned to "sex in the city", and the star dropped a hint about the idea of a third movie that could be taking shape soon. >> here's a warning from parker about the third movie. she said, quote, the idea, it rests in the butler's pantry, not on the table, but somebody's holding it nearby. >> huh. now, she did not elaborate on how close "nearby" really is or
how far away the butler's pantry is from the table, of course. >> yes. but this latest threat certainly sounds a lot more promising than what she said back in may when she said there were no plans for a third installment. so the warnings are getting more dire. >> if comes out, you'll get that segment. >> absolutely. big news for the simpson's. >> it marked a milestone last night, 600 episodes with it becoming the first tv show to feature virtual reality. >> featured in 1989 and 36 episodes from tv history, already the longest running prime time series in total number of seasons, hitting that milestone in 2009 with 21 seasons. >> now only 36 episodes away from cbs's "gun smoke' for total number of episodes for prime time scripted series. it aired in 1955, ran for 635
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different and what being different really means. >> can you do anything? >> i can do anything i want. >> reporter: call what you see here sofia sanchez in her own words. >> and are you smart? >> yes, i'm smart. >> reporter: a video of her mom asking her questions. >> are you kind? >> i am kind. >> reporter: that got 5 million facebook views this month, for this part especially. >> little miss? >> yes? >> do you have down syndrome? >> yes, i do. >> is it scary? >> no, it's not scary. >> reporter: and the story? sofia, who is 7, was born in ukraine, as she, herself, reported for a school project and was adopted by jennifer and hector sanchez at 16 months old, joining a family where her older brother also has down syndrome. >> i'm able to give my journey . >> reporter: putting them in a decade's old movement to
persuade society to be more accepting of people who are different as accepting as sofia is of herself. >> she is basically being a self-advocate for people with disability, and that they have a love of life. >> reporter: because look at how confident this little kid is and the fact that so many people shared own commented on facebook might mean we're closer to the day when words like sofia's are no big deal because acceptance will be total. abc news. >> confident and cute. >> her mom says she's a bundle of energy that she loves to act, dances, plays soccer, and she loves to do all the things a lot of little girls her age love to do. >> great watching her do all of those things. by the way, october is national down syndrome awareness month. don't miss our updates on facebook at wnnfans.com. >> coming up, more news from abc. this is abc's "world news now" informing insomniacs for two decades.
making news in america this morning -- donald trump is questioning the e legitimacy of the election and going after even "saturday night live" accusing the show of doing a hit job. and another batch of hillary clinton e-mails released by wikileaks. what they say. plus, a republican party office in north carolina fire-bombed. breaking overnight, the battle for mosul begins. alex marquardt is on the front lines. he's live with us with the latest. and, look at the dramatic rescue as people form a human chain to save a driver inside a flaming suv. and feeling the squeeze. orange prices going sky-high.