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>> go! >> breaking right now at 11:00, a major scare during a donald trump rally. secret service rushed the candidate off the stage after some kind of security incident in the crowd. we're still working on getting you more details, but this is what we know. somebody in the crowd yelled "gun," after secret service agents the stage, no gun was ever found. trump returned to the stage and thanked the secret service for their response and it was a more dramatic moment on another day of the campaign trail. and campaigns spread out, and
trail saturday night. secret service rushing donald trump off the stage after a disturbance at his rally in reno, nevada. police were seen removing one man after the scrum and trump returned to the podium moments later. >> nobody said it was going to be easy for us, but we will never be stopped. >> it cap add frenzied saturday on the trail. hillary clinton pulling out all get minority and millennials to the polls. saturday with pop star katy perry in battleground, pennsylvania, and she is trying to block trump will one key win. >> all the campaigning in the world doesn't mean anything if people don't vote. >> trump is trying to expand the map, visiting states across the country, four on saturday when
yet. >> we need a government that can work and work well from day one for the american people. that will be impossible with hillary clinton. the prime suspect in a massive far-reaching criminal investigation. >> trump has five stops planned for sunday, including one in minnesota, which has not gone to a republican since 1972, and still he remains confident. >> based on turnout, i think >> yet to be seen how much difference this last weekend push will make. 40 million early votes have already been casts. chris pallone, nbc news, new york. there were fireworks in our area as well. a group rallying together in what they call the million mask march, and the incident included angry protest and vandalism.
buildings that was targeted. >> reporter: two suspect were taken into custody in connection with this vandalism. we're here at fbi headquarters. you can see the metal seal has been covered over because they were not able to get the spray paint off. this video posted on shows million mask protesters, and the word "corrupt" spray-painted on the fbi headquarters downtown, and an "x" spray-painted on the seal. the trump hotel nearby was damaged. so was a d.c. police cruiser.
vandalism and resisting arrest. >> this is people not really feeling what is going on, so it's only natural they have to make a statement, you know? >> this woman was among the demonstrators and they wear the masks to appear anonymous and protest government corruption. >> it was another day to come to d.c. to show that we are here and we are proud and it's a movement and you can't stop us. >> multiple surveillance cameras all around the garden fbi additional evidence of who is behind the vandalism. >> people are frustrated and this is a way of frustrating themselves. >> i don't think people should be vandalizing something if they disagree, they should protest or whatever, but to do damage is usually a bad thing. >> reporter: the two men who were arrested are not from this
from louisiana. police are telling us their investigation is continuing. we're live at fbi headquarters, darcy spencer, news4. if you remember last month somebody vandalized the trump international hotel on pennsylvania avenue in the district, the words "no justice, no peace, and black lives matter" were spray-painted on one of the entrances there. hillary clinton will stump with lebron president obama will be campaigning for her in florida, and then election eve, obama and the first later, mr. obama, i should say, and bill clinton and chelsea will be altogether. and tomorrow trump has four stops, iowa, michigan, pennsylvania, and in leesburg on sunday night.
morning in woodbridge. we have breaking news for you. sheriff deputies in south carolina say the body they found at the same farm where a man allegedly chained up a young woman belonged to her boyfriend. kayla brown and her boyfriend disappeared in august. law enforcement recently found kayla in a storage container on the farm, and kayla says there are at least three in prince george's county today, parents got a chance to share their concerns during a safety summit today. school officials held a community conversation with residents, and among the topics discussed, and weighed in on the
innocent man and it has been months and you can still see scars on his leg and you can see where officers kicking broke two ribs. today the police chief in st. paul, minnesota, released the video and apologized and the victim says that made a huge difference. >> he was very sincere. he meant the apology and he apologized to me for the police force and i thought that was super cool. >> two of the officers involved the job. a man in oregon wound up in a tight spot after allegedly stealing a car and running from police. state police tried to pull over a stolen car on thursday and they called off the chase after it became too dangerous. hours later they found the stolen car abandoned in a ravine, and this is where the story takes a turn. the suspect's dog was in a badger hole and then they heard
earlier and they got him out and slapped on a bunch of charges. tonight there's new evidence that probiotics coulde b vo: here's the last thing washington needs. amie hoeber. a reckless tea party partisan. hoeber will defund planned parenthood, threatening cancer screening. said she'd invade iraq again if given the chance, and hoeber has fought for a global increase of chemical weapons. we need john delaney. a family man and entrepreneur, he built two respected maryland business, creating thousands of jobs. in congress, he puts working for
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in times of crisis america depends on steady leadership. donald trump: "knock the crap out of them, would you? seriously..."vo: clear thinking... donald trump: "i know more about isis than the generals do, believe me." vo: and calm judgment. donald trump: "and you can tell them to go fu_k themselves." vo: because all it takes is one wrong move. donald trump audio only: "i would bomb the sh_t out of them." vo: just one. as we count down to tuesday, many of you are not waiting to cast your ballots. election officials in fairfax county tell us they are way over
people that already voted. the lines were long again at the county government center today. it was the last day to vote in person absentee, and yesterday alone 7,000 people filed in person absentee ballots. we are getting a clearer picture across the country how many people voted early. as of today nearly 40 million votes have been casts nationwide, and 18 million votes haven battleground states. folks in pennsylvania can only vote early with an absentee ballot. new research tonight may have you rushing to the store for yogurt, and there's evidence that adding good bacteria, the kind in yogurt, can help you manage your stress and put you in a better mood.
yogurt twice a day for a month showed the women responding more calmly to stress. it's research that backs up what one virginia mom has known for a while. >> i am happier and everything else feels better, too. >> doctors caution this discovery needs more testing and the woman behind the brain scan tus dysays she's not sure behind the research enough to claim that yogurt alone can improve your mood. and volunteers with washington gas helped to give solar power to an apartment building in d.c. washington gas partnered with grid alternatives for the second year in a row in order to make this happen. a quick reminder. daylight-savings time ends at 2:00 a.m. tomorrow morning, you need to fall back and get an extra hour of sleep tonight, and
>> announcer: now, your storm team 4 forecast. >> and with daylight-savings time coming to an end that means the early sunset. sunrise tomorrow will be at 6:40 in the morning, and the sunset will be before 6:00 p.m. until the last day of february. also a good time to check your fire alarms and co detecters. and if you liked today, you will love tomorrow, a repeat performance. and after that, the workweek, we are talking about temperatures in the 60s and no rain in the forecast. really nice fall weather but at this point we could certainly use a little rainfall at least. right now we are in the 40s and 50s. 58 in washington, and it's going to be a chilly start tomorrow
in the suburbs, but with plenty of sunshine we warm up nicely, and another crisp autumn day. by noon in the 60s, and a high of 69, and we will hit it at about 3:00 in the afternoon, and then you want the warm jacket once again and in that pattern of chilly mornings, and cool evenings, and the weather having a low impact on your sunday plans. outdoor exercise, it's comfortable. i love running outside this time of and then you want the jacket, temperatures in the 50s at that point. and have brunch outdoors tomorrow and if you want to do leaf raking, getting a jump-start on that nearly perfect. on monday a high of 64, plenty of sunshine. tuesday, election day, looking good. we will have clouds slowly increasing throughout the day. a cool start but we have plenty of sunshine. the weather not impacting your
wednesday, notice our temperature drop here on the 10-day. we go from 67 on tuesday to 60 on wednesday with a mix of sun and clouds, and then a cold front moves through on wednesday morning and doesn't bring rain but cools us down for the middle and end of the week. thursday and friday in the low 60s, and next weekend, the 50s is what i was talking about, 51 on saturday and 52 on sunday. if the forecast holds it will be the coldest in our march. and then on monday, 53. also something to mark on your calendar, monday november 14th, we will have a super moon. the closest the moon has passed to earth since 1948. it will look like green% bigger, and 30% brighter, and the next time we will see it like this, 2034. that's on monday, november 14th. ?? the sound of east germany in
celebrated their parade, and there were vintage cars, and it gives guests a chance to look at the cars and ask about the role of spies during the cold war. still to come. the capitals are one of the hottest teams in th e after all donald trump has said and done... she ate like a pig. you can do anything. i moved on her like a [bleep] ...trump's just so disgusting and degrading. it just seems like he's invaded our lives. and he's the republican nominee for president. and now republican congresswoman comstock
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sports studios. somehow barry found a way. getting more involved with alex ovechkin. the team continues their campaign to fight cancer by auctioning off special lavender uniforms. and the caps down one. ovechkins, and washington down by one until ovechkin redirects the shot and tying the game at two and the caps with the momentum. oshie gets behind the defense and pushes it past, and the fifth straight for washington, 4-2, the final. >> i liked their response, and once they made it 2-1, they stayed with it and said, hey, keep playing the way we have
the lineup, and goals, and guys in front of the net, and didn't give up too much after the first period. >> wizards taking on the magic without the services of john. jeff green looking like a jump shooting machine. not the last time we have seen him. green pain to fournier, and he is open for three. magic within one now. green continues to have the green light. this three-pointer gives orlando a six-point lead. 10 points in the quarter for the georgetown product. wizards with chances to answer. 30 seconds left, and the huge rebound, but, misses the easy layup.
wizards get another wide open look, and marquis flores, and wizards blow a double digits fourth quarter lead. >> we had a good look. cannot complain about having a chance to win the game on the road, and our guys battled hard and nothing to be ashamed of, and we did not get the win but we played well enough to get the win. words can cost a lot of money, and josh norman found this out today. he was fined $25,000 for a comment he made in an interview, and he said this regarding an official from last weekend's game, you suck, i am just putting it out there, and we play a physical game, and he needs to be reprimanded. that's the end of the quote. and then a team decided to celebrate on the team, the
mannequin challenge. players caught posing in goofy positions on the field while a camera travels throughout the exhibit. and maryland went and got a big beating from michigan as they fall 59-3. and then virginia tech goes to the road to win their straight winning duke 24-21. erica, it's a bye week for the redskins and t caps and wizards back home on wednesday and tuesday so things will pick up fast around here. >> thank you so much. good to see you. a reminder, before you go to bed, set the clock back and you get an extra hour of sleep tonight. daylight-savings time comes to an end and our days get shorter and shorter. >> yeah, the sunset tomorrow night around 5:00, but the weather is terrific for the upcoming week.
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of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember." he's going like "i don't remember!? good evening, and welcome to a special edition of "out front." i'm erin burnett. for the next 72 hours we'll be bringing you nonstop election
watching, please go feed my dog. now the race has been tightening all week. tonight we have both candidates to make their case to voters one last time. joining me from florida, hillary clinton and from colorado, donald trump. how are you both doing this they're all still buying it. >> yep. it has been a great week for me, too. my fave part was when i lost that big huge lead i had. but i am not worried, erin. it might be the bottom of the 9th and it's tied and raining but this old chicago cub is still going to bring it home. [ cheers and applause ] >> you are not, hillary.