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. you decide 2016 a big announcement from the fbi director james comey says the e-mail review is over for additional e-mails linked to hillary clinton and that review does not change the director's initial conclusion that clinton should not face charges. today's announcement could put the rest of the controversy for the clinton campaign, i'm iain page 18 paige >> i'm lucy nolan. in a letter to members of the congressional committee. director comey said the fbi investigative teamworking around the clock to process the e-mails. they surfaced in an investigation of anthony weiner. the former congressman and estranged husband of clinton's close aid huma abedin. we are just two days out of election day in a race that well, defies description. in our area is the epicenter of last minute campaigning. hillary clinton made a at a mt.
airy church this evening, and donald trump is made a stop this evening. >> trump wasn't the only one leaning on his daughter for support >> chelsea clinton backed up her mom in chester and jennifer joyce was there. >> chelsea clinton. >> reporter: loud passionate cheers as chelsea clinton took to stage before an intimate crowd of inspired democrats in the to city of chester >> i know if we keep rooting this election in what really is at stake for our families, communities and country we will win. >> reporter: only two days left, clinton's get out the vote push is moving full speed ahead. >> have questions. >> reporter: committed volunteers plan to spend all day canvassing chester, target registered democrats who may not have made to it the polls in the past the. >> we're making sure your planning to vote tuesday? i want to vote. i don't know where to go >> i can tell you.
>> i think it's a good to have people come out and talk to everybody. >> we have some people that are sort of lax in feeling that it's important. i think that we all need to get out and set an example. >> reporter: local linda says she believes >> it's the first woman was president, when my mother was born women didn't have the right to vote. >> reporter: she's inspired to help this campaign secure an historic presidential win >> please knock on as many doors as you possibly can. talk to as many people as you possibly can between now and the polls close on tuesday, if we do that, we will win. thank you. >> reporter: while volunteers are getting ready to go back out into the which he does community urging people to vote on tuesday, chelsea clinton was bouncing around hitting a total of five campaign events.
reporting in chester, jennifer joyce fox 29 news hillary clinton made a surprise visit >> she spoke to the mt. airy church of god about tackling systematic regional >> we need end to end reform in our criminal justice system which we'll follow through, i want us to get rid of what is called the school to prison pipeline and replace it with the cradle to college pipeline. >> clinton also spoke about ending gun violence and investigating in unserved communities. philadelphia police arrested a man they believe stole three laptop belonging to hillary clinton's staffs, they say the 27-year-old had no clues the laptop were lipping,ed to the campaign. he smashed car windows in fishtown then grabbed campaign workers backpacks. donald trump's oldest daughter stumping for her dad.
ivanka made the case why her father should be next president of the united states. she focused on families. >> so unique because as an employer, of tens of thousands of people over his lifetime, he really understands the reality of the works for many -- over 50% of them are women. ivanka also campaigned in the lehigh valley and cumberland county >> trump himself seems to be spending every waking moment on the campaign trail. in be battle ground iowa and minnesota, speaking in michigan then allegheny count, pennsylvania for a rally later tonight. the last evident poll shows trump almost two points behind clinton nationally i want to say >> hillary clinton will destroy social security and medicare and
she wants to give your benefits to illegal immigrants. i am going to protect and save your social security and your medicare. >> last night, secret service, you see it right there, agents rushed trump off stage. of course, that was at the same place, agents say someone shouted gun during a rally but no one had a gun. one person did have an antitrump sign he says he's republican that was saying he just wasn't into trump. he says that a whole crowd of people jumped on top of him. held him down to the point he couldn't breathe. authorities did take him no for questioning and released him. he does have a tail to tell. trump is set to be in scranton at the final moments to have the campaign run down. the clinton campaign has a bill rally tomorrow night at independence hall. first family, president obama and his wife, along with bone joe video and we just found out bruce springsteen. that will start at 7:30 in the
evening. meantime day six of the septa strike. septa's m and the local transportation workers union cannot seem to agree on a new contract. the biggest point is pensions >> with election day right around the corner, many are wondering when will this come to an end? let's get to brad sattin live at the center city sheridan where the contract talks are going and going, brad? >> reporter: and going. that's the question. when will they end? we do know that both sides talking through a mediator. they have not been talking face-to-face. we know the union did make a proposal to septa. septa is reviewing it as you mentioned one of the big sticking points continues to be the fight over pensions. now, this certainly has gotten nasty. union claiming that septa is not bargaining if good faith try to go use the courts to force the nearly 5,000 employees back to work. both sides were in court friday at the time a judge ruling there was no immediate danger to the
public and would not grant the injunction that would have send them back. of course, the pressing concern as you mentioned the election tuesday. we know one super pack out of california will be paying for rides to and from the polls, vi uber and lyft using the promo code vote pa. meanwhile, septa riders as you can imagine are nervous about the morning commute. >> i don't drive so you know, i rely on septa and i need for them -- my mom is elderly, i need her to go to her doctor's appointments >> has she been missing them >> no, because i've been getting a ride. i won't let that happen >> i know people in my neighborhood who financially they may not be able to call uber and go. they rely on septa. they go on septa to free and not everyone can just pick everyone up. i don't think this is like where there's a will there's way situation. >> reporter: now, the late word we're getting is that governor tom wolf will be filing a brief
basically asking for this injunction tomorrow to send the employee backs to work. again, at the end of the day, that will be up to a judge. the hearing gets started at city hall at 9:30, we have that on the court's side and on the barning side here at the hotel negotiations are ongoing. iain and lucy. >> be sure stay with fox 29 about all the septa negotiations we'll have the latest for you on air and only at fox29.com. a beautiful morning. fall morning the standard time fall-back thing, i'm very well rested i have to say, kathy >> me too. i don't know when we're going to be feeling it maybe in the spring, that's when it will be coming back. a beautiful evening, it's dark out there already and of course, market street lit up in red, white and blue with that rally and of course, election day just around the corner. here's a look at our highs, decent for this time of year, atlantic city the highest at 65, allentown not bad at 59 degrees. ultimate doppler skies have cleared and we are in for a chilly night across the region.
right now 40 in the poconos, 55 in philadelphia. falling fast in millville at 54 degrees. temperatures will fall through the 50's into the 40's by 11:00. and we are talking about cold enough for frost in delaware county, new castle delaware, where temperatures will be falling into the mid 30 overnight tonight, haven't had a frost just yet. this frost advisory goes through tomorrow morning at 8:00. now, coming up we'll talk about the election day forecast. a brief warmup and a weekend chill. it will be feeling much like november boy the weekend. i'll see you later in the broadcast. >> thanks much. speaking of chill, turning now to the eagles, the second straight loss, kind of chilly right now >> disappointing. this time they fell to the giants. let's get the sports anchor sean bell who's here with a recap >> from the top of the division, just a few weeks to the bottom of the division. the eagles falling in their faces in the clutch just another heartbreaking loss. that was inches away from being a win.
another terrible road start, probably really what did them in. the game started just like that vikings game, carson wentz rolling out right here, and well, not on target. overthrows his target. interceptions by the giants, and unlike the vikings, the giants know how to take advantage of things like this. schwartz takes him to the house and and eli manning just shrugs it off. hits owe deal beckham junior and he goes to the house, 21-10, the eagles start to come back, barner comeses up the middle gets the touchdown, now it's 21-17, couple field goal eli manning says i'm going to go over the top. that made it 28-17. now, couple field goals later, the eagles have a chance, this is the jordan matthews fourth down again inches away from catching the ball and the eagles lose 28-23. >> it's still a lot of season left.
obviously. i feel like we've -- we're learning we're working through a lot. we got young guys on offense and we're working through and learning how to execute and finish and do all the things we needed to to win these games. >> the eagles have lost four out of their last five games. all of those losses have come on the road. later in sports hear from carson wentz and the guys about another tough one on the road. lucy? >> thank you very much, shawn. something most of us use every day is dirtier than a toilet, anyhow, what biologists are saying really ought to scrub down. the christmas date is not far away. why sellers are concerned there might be a shortage of trees. peanut butter paying tribute to celebrated activist a long time ago, they're remembering susan b anthony with election season.
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crosswalks crossing a street at the intersection of lehigh valley and front when police say the driver hit her and never even stopped. now, neighbors ided woman who was struck as lulureview vare are a in her 40's with a 10-year-old daughter. she was crossing the street in the crosswalk when a silver 2005 chevy cavalier struck her so hard, she was spun around and hit her head. authorities say she actually died from that head trauma. now, the key piece of evidence as you mentioned that police believe they do have was driver's side mirror. the impact of this hit-and-run was so hard that the driver's side mirror broke off and police now have it. they're hoping it leads to whoever was behind the wheel. now, we spoke with l u l u's next door neighbors, they tell us she was kind, friendly and did not deserve to be left to die in the street. >> she had a good day, have a good day at school. >> that's not the right thing to
do. >> reporter: now, from where we're standing we're about a block away from another hit-and-run that happened back in august. you may recall that was a female air force veteran. she was homeless and struck in the middle of the night by a hit-and-run driver. police believe as well. they have made an arrest in that case. and charges are now pending. if you know anything about this incident, again, police are looking for a 2005 chevy cavalier, silver sedan. if you know anything, you're asked to call philadelphia police. lucy and iain back to you. >> thanks. police that newark new jersey are looking tonight for a person of interest in a deadly stabbing. they say jeremy harrington may be the person who killed two kids and a woman this weekend. prosecutors release the have my's name. they include 8-year-old aerial white hearths and 11-year-old al >> ahan white hurst.
>> she said she had just came from the store. >> and >> and she just collapsed. she just collapsed. i went over there to console them. it was like after they started bringing the kids outside, she just -- she just lost it. >> yesterday's attack also left three others injured including two 13-year-olds. police have offered a $20,000 reward for information leading to an arrest. now to southern delaware where day of what was supposed to be fall fun goes terribly wrong. a device used in a pumpkin chunking contest exploded. it happened before 3:00 this afternoon in richville. state police first said a person died then corrected that report. pumpkin can chunking contest have those large devices catapulting pumpkin it's. birth certificates of transgender residents, the proposed regulations require an affidavit from a person or the
parent of a minor who's requesting a new birth certificate with a sex different from at the original certificate. an affidavit from a health professional about the person's treatment for gender transition often necessary. officials are deleting current language that says only a court order can amend a birth certificate. ♪ what beautiful afternoon for a philly veterans parade. more than 150 groups marched today from broad street to old city on market street. then all who attended had fun at the veterans festival at fifth and market. the ben franklin bridge is open after it closed this morning, thousands ran in the annual cooper norcross run the bridge. 10k run and two-mile bridge walk benefits the lark school. another successful year for the new york marathon, 50,000 people registered for this year's race
from around the world the winners from both men's and women's race, the woman who won is from kenya and this is her third straight title. getting served fast food get easier at mcdonald's. what the company is adding that will let you pay in a hurry >> something most of us use every single day is dirt year than a toilet seat. i'm guessing you have a guess. biologists, they're warning you to scrub all of this down.
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. firefighters in australia battling more than a dozen brush fires, destroying land just north of sidney. hundreds of firefighters on the scene. eyeing a water booming aircraft to try and contain the fire. so far the fire burned bound 16, 000 acres >> here's a reminder to take a wet wipe to your phone every now and again >> a group of biology students did a test, nothing really knew, found out they covered bacteria, these students at wash burn university took swabs from their cell phone and inc cue baiting them. as you may expect they were if you would of bacteria. . here's what might be more surprising. >> things like toilet seats have less bacteria than your cell phone. >> because toilets are actually
routinely cleaned. >> biologists say for most of us, the biggest risk is picking up skin infection, acne or maybe a cold or flu from that bacteria. people with weakened immune systems could get serious. >> basic hygiene. >> tonight in your money ordering a big mac will be easier in the future, starting next year, mcdonald's customers will be able to order and pay for their food with smart phones those dirt things we were just talk about. the company eventually hopes to make the available world wide star bucks, taco bell are some of the companies already using a similar ap. analysts say order and pay aps could help cut labor costs which i hope doesn't translate into jobs. >> could these be your new must have, adida. made a recycled ocean plastic.
they're going to set you back around 200 bucks. >> that's not so cool >> those may be some must have kicks >> like that. cleaning up the oceans. two days out from election day, while the big focus has been hillary clinton and donald trump, one other major issue person thing is on the ballot that several states. your body might need days to adjust. one thing you can do to keep your body functioning. >> shutdown. >> kathy, back to the old standard time. like to sleep but don't like the darkness, ultimate doppler we're going to watch for a warmup, briefly coming up before a major cool-down coming this weekend. i'll have the details with the numbers coming up with your seven-day.
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you decide 2016 caught a campaign blitz continues across pennsylvania two days out from election day. hillary clinton was in mt. airy, while donald trump making a stop in allegheny. they will both visit the commonwealth of pennsylvania, one of those stops is a biggie. clinton will have a large rally in philadelphia at independence mall attended by president obama, the first lady, john bon >> jo videoi and bruce springsteen. bind made a stop yesterday in our area in bristol township. good news if you're voting
in new jersey on tuesday, election officials in the garden state say they have strong confidence in the election security measures. always a good thing. leaders with the division of elections say they've had conversations with the fbi and homeland security and there is no voter database breach in new jersey. many voters in the u.s. will be voting on the legalization of recreational marijuana tuesday. five states have mentioned oh and their ballots to make pot available to all adults, massachusetts, nevada, california, arizona and maine. in any will join washington state, dc oregon and colorado which have already legalized marijuana. here in our our, pennsylvania, new jersey and delaware allow the use of marijuana for medical reasonables with a valued doctor's note democrats in arkansas are angry over one county's election ballot. the form has hillary clinton's misspelled with an extra i in both absentee and electronic ballots is >> voters say it's an attempt to influence the vote since the new
spelling labels her a liar. sharon miller has more. >> mading that many people missed it. >> reporter: after crossing what that was thought was every. under the sun >> we were not made aware of it. the county elected commission admits there was an i that not only didn't need to be dotted but should never have appeared on the ballot. >> hillary has an extra i in it. >> jerry shepherd chairman said the typo slipped there was several set of eyes,ing it to the ballot and flaring up a first time time voter. the woman who didn't want to go on camera says the extra i is more than a misplaced key stroke. but a knock against hillary. >> after looking at it, pretty carefully look like they had put liar in there and that was after more information came out about her e-mails. >> reporter: in the message the voters says she called the county clerk's office, but was blown off. >> they were like, yeah, we
know. we don't really think many people will vote for her. so we can't fix it >> i'm sorry she's upset. nothing was done. i can assure her, to cause a defamation of hillary's night jimmy wallace the democrat representative said the extra vowel was not foul. wallace giving his word that next election more eyes will watch over a what makes it to the ballot >> i know some people that will pay closer attention. >> commission says the ballots will not be reprinted before the general election. on to your fox 29 weather authority live look at wilmington right now. cooler across our area today? very nice outside. meteorologist kathy orr with a check of your forecast. kathy? >> what beautiful day indeed, a pleasant evening.
temperatures falling fast. that lack of daylight falling already in spots. in philadelphia holding ton 55. the high 63, wind out of the north at 17 miles an hour. and that is a chilly wind for us. 40 in the poconos. ten degrees warmer in allentown at 50. pottstown 51, trenton 52. 54 in millville, look at the airport in atlantic city already 49 degrees. as we widen out you can the much cooler air to the north with the blue contour upstate new york, southeastern canada in the 30's and the 40's and some of that cold will be coming. right now we have the northerly wind component with high pressure to the north, northerly wind sustained in lancaster at 12 miles an hour, 17 miles an hour winds in philadelphia and in allentown, a ten miles an hour sustained wind. keeping a chill in the air this afternoon, if you're in the wind or in the shade. ultimate doppler showing the northerly wind pushing those clouds from the north towards the south, clearing out overnight tonight. the winds go relatively light as
that dome of high pressure settles in and during the day tomorrow, slides to the south, so each day, getting a little bit milder across the region. we have a cool night tonight, seasonal temperatures tomorrow. by the time we roll around to tuesday for election day, as this front approaches from the west, more warmth gets squeezed off the coast. it will be sunny and dry. we are talking about temperatures in the upper 60's again. maybe around 70 degrees in some locale. during the overnight expecting a mainly clear sky, 39 degrees in the city, 32 in the suburbs, we do have a frost advisory for new castle delaware. and delaware county and pa for temperatures in the mid 30's. we have not had a frost yet. during the day, 58 sunny and cool with a northerly wind about five to ten miles an hour. then slowly will be warming it up. planning your day, breakfast, sunshine 40 degrees. lunchtime, 54, peak of the
warmth early afternoon, by dinner hour cooling down it will be dark with mainly clear sky and 49 degrees. as you get out to vote for tuesday, it's looking really nice. as i mentioned afternoon temperatures by about 2:00, 3:00 in the afternoon, in the mid 60's at least, 60 with sunshine in philadelphia, 66 rather at 3:00 p.m., 67 in allentown, 62 in the poconos, 66 in wilmington and by election afternoon at 3:00 p.m., lancaster reading checking in in the mid 60's. it will be a beautiful day throughout the area and the northeast looks great as well. here's your seven-day forecast. from the wr authority, wednesday morning clouds, afternoon sun in the wake of a front, thursday looks good. the same for veterans day on friday, saturday we have the walk for alzheimer's for citizens bank park. it will be chilly but a wonderland turn-out, sunday morning lows in 30's, afternoon
highs in the 50's. then it's almost thanksgiving. it's got to get cooler sooner or later. people are paying a tribute to a ceb brighted activist who died a long time ago >> your body may need a few days to adjust to daylight savings time. what you can do to keep your body functioning through the change. we're heading to the flyers how this is a good time will help a lot of people in need.
fight for women's rights and now during this contentious election season, many women are stopping by susan b anthony's grave to pay respects. she was
a leader during the women's movement and was really the fight to allow women the right to vote. anthony died in 1906, 14 years before women obtained the right. as a tribute, women are stopping by her grave in ross rochester
new york and leaving memorabilia. most of us are probably guilty of obsessing about this election season, worrying is another good word here. >> one guy in louisiana takes it to a whole new level. it's like stepping into a presidential election time machine. historian and banker bob stone boasts a collection of presidential election memorabilia, featuring buttons, tokens ranging from the 1980s until now. he traveled the country to trade shows and antique shop more than 30 years amassing his impressive collection of more than 3800 pieces. >> it's not a matter of distraught or republican or i have communist, what it's really about is preserving history. one image is ronald reagan and then it says let's make america great again. we've heard that lately >> yes, we have. stone's collection began in 1972
when he was ten and received reelect nixon pin. >> are you feeling more refreshed after an extra hour of sleep >> i didn't get anymore sleep. doctors any some of us might feel a bit luggish over the next few days because our body have to adjust. falling back then springing forward. feeling sluggish after the change is normal. you may get a little sleepy and wake up earlier. but there's something you can do to kind of deal with that. >> and if you do have any problems with that, the main factor that actually controls are internal timing is what time we're supposed to light and the biggest thing people can do is try to get a little bit of extra bright light exposure in the early evening, that the going to be enough to push your clock later so you can catch up. >> i can do that when it gets dark at 4:30, enjoy the extra hour while it lasts.
clock don't spring forward until march 12. >>. the christmas season will soon be here, why those who saw trees are concerned they could run into a shortage. we're going to head to the carnival with the flyers. it will help a lot of people in need. pat toomey and donald trump both would defund planned parenthood, and criminalize women's right to choose. "there has to be some form of punishment." "for the woman?" "yeah." "i would suggest that we have penalties for doctors... who perform them." and when donald trump insulted women and bragged about... sexual assault, pat toomey refused to reject him. pat toomey: won't stand up to trump. won't stand up for women. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising.
at a neighborhoods a restaurafavorite - a place for a good, family meal. she juggled customers, cooks, waitresses - and never complained. my dad was a police officer walking his beat. i learned from both what it means to be honest, to work hard, and love family. big banks, wall street, special interests - that's who pat toomey's with. in the senate, i'll work for you and your family. i'm katie mcginty, and i approve this message.
but the school is facing bad lash while they stand by the importance of the message. thanksgiving still weeks away. business owners are worried about christmas profits and we're not talking about shop owners >> a lot of northeast dealing with drought conditions leaving a lot worried about the impact the weather could have on christmas trees. fox's matt scott has the story. >> rain fell on the jones family farm? you can check the computer or you can check with terry. >> since the 21 it's of september, we've had about 4.5, 4.6 inch, brought our trees back out of the danger zone. >> that's terry jones, fifth generation affirm in shelton, his farm has been around seen the 1850's, first raising cattle. >> every generation sort of reinvented. >> that's why he went into christmas trees and it's those trees in the spotlight now, after a year the sunlight, not spotlight and definitely not rain. >> that's jamie.
>> generation six >> most of our concern is under little tree we say transplanted. >> which needs the rain more. it's because of that for now, the drought has not cripple theed the christmas tree business. what could lead to a -- perhaps another drought-like condition. a two-year gap will potentially cause a two-year gap of full size trees to be sold, but by then, there may be less trees on the farms for the holidays. >> potentially six, eight years from now, which will be about 2022 or 2023 there could be a slightly small amount of trees out there to cut. it's more of a future type thing. >> reporter: in the meantime, 200 acres of trees >> mulch cover helps too. >> you're minimizing the
competition. weeds and grasses and so forth need water to grow. all they want are the trees to keep the sixth generations on the farm thriving long past the drought affected. officials behind the macy's thanksgiving day parade in new york city are gearing up. some of the balloons got a bit of a test drive yesterday. balloons this year will include characters from peanuts and diary of wimpy kid and animated movie trolls. some stories make a say in philly >> basically a litany of stories that can happen only in philly. >> i'm bruce gordon. each week, i sit down and think about at the events of the past seven days that make philadelphia unique. the crazy, bizarre, you got to be kidding moments that make me shake my head and say? only in philly. ♪ >> this week our civic cup of
chaos run eth over. so much which to choose, it was philly.com's report on a sunny night brawl at the iconic medical rose diner with two drunk women grabbing and employee. it was a tuesday morning arrest of philadelphia eagles wide receiver josh huff. on the new jersey side of the walt whitman bridge for speeding and marijuana possession and d u i and overly tinted window. there was one other, a weapons charge, the handgun in huff's vehicle along with a half dozen bullets was permitted in texas. huff lives in new jersey and was apparently ballistics fully unaware of that state gun laws. he decide being a mediocre receiver and stupid made him
extendable. but the winner got to be septa. the transit agency was hit just after midnight monday with its 10th labor strike since 1977. that's the most work stop uppers of any transit agency in america. we're number one. remember, all this summer, defects in train cars caused havoc with the regional rail's sexual, inconvenience in 10s of thousands of commuters, just as that eased, more chaos. in fairness, this is a twu lower 234 strike, it doesn't affect regional rail. except that it did when picketers blocked rain stations during tuesday's to afternoon are you sure. we can argue all day over which side is being unreasonable. when work stoppages come along more often than a clean untimed bus, maybe both sides need a kick in the shorts. this week brought us boxing night at the diner, a pro
athlete who seems to think speed, weed and a gun are the only way to travel. the transit agency whose motto ought to be when we walk, you walk. like i said, an embarrassment of rich es. only in philly. at the wells fargo, flyers charities hosted its annual flyers wives cardinal value. no shortage of fun, the ferris wheel, a lot of games and chance to hang out with the flyers. proceeds go to organizations, like the children hospital, police athletic league and living beyond cancer. sean bell? >> still >> everything >> no one taking the armrest. >> it feels -- the eagles, once again, what's going on? they can't get it done in the clutch. another close loss up in met
life stadium. starting off slow once again. carson wentz, well, looks like early, coming up in sports. ♪ ♪ you hear my voice, you hear that sound ♪ ♪ like thunder, gonna shake your ground ♪ ♪ you held me down ♪ but i got up ♪ ♪ get ready 'cause i've had enough ♪ ♪ i got
the eye of the tiger, a fighter ♪ ♪ dancing through the fire ♪ 'cause i am the champion
♪ and you're gonna hear me roar ♪ ♪ ♪ roar, oh, oh, oh ♪ roar ♪ ♪ i got the eye of the tiger, a fighter ♪ ♪ dancing through the fire ♪ 'cause i am the champion ♪ and you're gonna hear me roar ♪ ♪ oh, louder ♪ and you're gonna hear me roar ♪ i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. this is an individual who mocked a disabled reporter... i don't know what i said, ahh... who attributed a reporter's questions
to her menstrual cycle. trump: blood coming out of her...wherever. he is not a person who is equipped in temperament, judgment or character to lead our troops. donald trump has created a toxic atmosphere pitting one group against another.
he's a mexican. claiming a person can't do the job because of their race is sort of like the textbook definition of a racist comment. priorities
usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising. reggie miller, joe montana, the eagles are not. another week where the eagles had a shot to win and couldn't get it done. the birds lost the last four games on the road. all games they had a chance to play hero and this one might not be about playing hero. this might be about a terrible, terrible beginning. carson wentz struggling big time to start the game off in his first drive, force out pocket here, and scrambles, that's an overthrow. that interception off target and that leaves to a giants immediately taking advantage. eli manning seeing a blitz, hits owe deal beckham junior and odb does the rest.
31 yards to the house, an early seven zip lead. carson does it again, rookie mistakes overthrows target over the middle. another int. that will lead to another giant's td. that's 14-0. eagles finally get the groove in the second quarter. ryan matthews with the touchdown right there. eight yards for the td making it -- that was barner costume, then eli manning over the top to make it struggling, after two field goals they would get a chance, eli manning gets the ball that's an interception by hicks and they get one last shot. jordan matthews way chance to win, but carson wentz overthrows and just a little bit. the eagles lose 28-23. their fourth loss in five games. >> situation football. a lot of it is situational football then, you know, saar
team we got to learn how to finish. that's what i keep saying, sound cliche >> we proud ourselves on being a good offense but each of those four losses got to come down on us not making enough plays. we feel like we have enough talent, it's one thing to say something, it's another to make plays >> i can sit up here and say hey it would be great to be six and two or five and three, but we're not, four four and four and a lot of football left. i believe in these guys. we come to work for another game next week >> the eagles are four and four and at the bottom of the division. last year, that might have put them on top of the nfc east. this year, that ain't cutting it. the cowboy it's only other nfc east team in action today, washington had a vibe with the cowboy might as well also played the browns awful. first quarter, dac prescott, they connect for a 26-yard td. he's wide open right there. he had eight catches, 134 yards,
he just gets open. we skipped to third quarter. cowboys now open it up. look at this, elliot, he might be the mvp. 92 yards. cowboy smack the browns 35-10, to finish the day, this was best one of the game. lions vikings in minnesota. matt with the go ahead end iron leg, 58 yards. to see this into overtime, tied at 16. then in ot look at this, matthew stafford. look at this stiff arm, get off me, he says. listen, you get hurt that way, when it looks good, pretty, so what? they get a td right there. the lions win 22-16. the vikings sam bradford five and 0. after the eagles beat them, they lose three straight. >> at least we made sure the vaccination and sam bradford are going to have a bad next couple weeks. us, well, we're not robert or not any of those guys.
get it done: you know? >> not getting clutch threes at the end >> when you're giving up 14 points to start with these two >> getting them -- giving them, especially on the road. >> how about the other shoulder for matthews at the end there? looking over the shoulder? >> all right. it's a 50-50 chance, be sure to join us for the fox 29 news at 10:00. getting ready to start another work week but we'll have to do a once again without the transit system our negotiators to end the septa strike. >> dash cam video catch police officers taking down a guy in minnesota, he wasn't the guy they were after. what he's saying about this situation tonight at 10:00. that will do it for us. >> good night to go out and have a little something, something. >> hot chocolate. >> i think so. >> lottery drawing is next.
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