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ABC
Oct 18, 2015 11:00pm EDT
controversy began last week when trump suggested that george w. bush might be to blame for the 9/11 attacks. >> when you talk about george bush, say what you want. the world trade center came down during his time. >> you can' t blame george bush. >> he was president, ok. debbie: trump insisted that a tougher stance on immigration would' ve stopped the 9/11 hijackers. >> i' m extremely tough on people coming into this country. i believe if i were running things, i doubt those people would' ve been in the country. >> mr. trump talks about things as though he is still on the apprentice. >> on the democratic side, all eyes remain on vice president joe biden. >> it may be the greatest honor i' ve ever received. >> still no word on the race for president. democratic frontrunner hillary clinton says she' s not interested in adding pressure. >> he should not accept any timetable other than the one clicking inside of him. he has to make this decision. >> a decision that could come in the next few days. devin dwyer, abc news. jamie: kentucky senator rand paul finished up a tour through new ha
ABC
Nov 11, 2015 11:00pm EST
, although tonight it was a tough against the pacers in one boston. george hill with a 3 for indiana. the pacers led 51-49 at the half. a lot of hustle in the celtics these days. 3rd quarter, the shot is missed, but a great effort by jared sullinger to tip it in. he had 11 points and 11 rebounds. pacers go on an 11-0 run including paul george with a 3 pointer. 26 points and 10 rebounds. the celts were a little wild down the stretch turnovers, and bad shots like this one by jae crowder. pacers win this one 102-91. the celts play the hawks on friday. this is as big as it gets. manchester' s wenyen gabriel signed to play college basketball at kentucky today this is from his twitter feed. wenyen plays at wilbraham and monson academy in massachusetts. he lives in manchester. he was uk' s number one recruit. and speaking of big-time signings. portsmouth high school outfielder kobie taylor signed to play baseball at vanderbilt. vandy, coached by wolfeboro native tim corbin, won the national championship last year. and they lost in the championship game to virginia this year. college hockey tonig
ABC
Feb 15, 2016 11:00pm EST
. former president george w. bush stomping with his brother. white appears jeff needs his brother support now more than ever. tom: comcast customers were dealing with the cable outage this morning. mike: changes ove there are many sides to basketball star an fashion icon russell westbrook. and with coverage in the middle of anywhere from u.s. cellular, he can find some new ones. like, farmer. russell's brussels. russell speaking. paleontologist. hashtag t-rex. park ranger. where am i? and t.v. spokesperson. that's my line. i got it. with u.s. cellular, you can do all the things you like, from the middle of anywhere. shelley: in commitment 2016, for the first time in this campaign, former president george w bush campaign trail. jeb bush was introduced by his brother at an event in south carolina today. tom: as abc' both bush brothers continue to come under attack from donald >> the man known as bush 43 was make younger brother jeb bush 45. >> we need someone who can fix the problems that cause our anger and frustration, and that' s jeb bush. >> and jeb needs the help. the south car
ABC
Dec 3, 2015 11:00pm EST
new york george pataki mayor george pataki has even has an event planned in lebanon and keen. lindsey graham will also be in team tomorrow afternoon. tom: let' s go to mike haddad to find out about the forecast. mike: taking the rain over to snow, and here it is on doppler radar. quite a bit of snow falling in the great north woods and the white mountains, anywhere from a coding to as much as three or four inches in some spots. right now it' s all quiet, the flurries are winding down and the skies beginning to clear central and south. clouds beginning to break a as we advance through tomorrow, a fair amount of sunshine with a few extra clouds and a few afternoon flurries possible in the north country. seasonable temperatures again for friday, but heading higher for the weekend. how mile does it get? we will look at that coming up. tom: the society for the protection of new hampshire forests filed a lawsuit to block the project and said utility does not have authorization to run lines on land that it owns. in its response ever source says , state law specifically allows utilities to us
ABC
Dec 29, 2015 11:00pm EST
republican presidential candidate is calling it quits. why former new york governor george pataki decided to suspend his campaign. democratic candidate hillary clinton braving the storm to meet with supporters today. the key points she pushed home in a short speech. also, new hampshire' s own chip kelly is now without a job. eagles firing their head coach. like we do. now, wmur news 9 tonight. tom: needless to say, it' s been a cold, wet, snowy, and down granite state. live looks right now in portsmouth. m tom griffith. the question is when will the storm move out and how much snow did we get? let' s head right over to meteorologist josh judge to find out. s mostly over but still and snow in northern new hampshire. let' s look at some of those numbers here and see what' s left. stratham about six inches, hampton beach -- hampton beach sutton and over. in brentwood and concord, the state' s official number, 4.2 inches. the winter weather advisory still in effect for some parts of the state of north. it has expired in central and southern new hampshire. it can see the heaviest snow even in nor
ABC
Sep 24, 2016 11:30pm EDT
and culture. nikole killion was there as president obama, president george w bush nikole: hundreds gathered from around the country to celebrate the opening of this museum that has been about a century in the making. ringing the freedom bell, the country's first african-american president opened the country's first african-american museum. >> that is what this museum is about. i also am american. >> ? smithsonian's 19th museum celebrated with song -- >> ? a change is going to come ? nikole: and exhilaration. >> this dream is more than a building. it is a dream come true. nikole: john lewis who pushed for the legislation to create the museum along with george w. bush who signed it into law. >> african-american equality and greatness. nikole: gina mcveigh donated her grandfather's items from world war i. >> history is to be seen by the world. nikole: she was part of the first wave of visitors along with thomas gates who drove up from north carolina. >> we can tell our children and moment, many were overwhelmed. >> i am very grateful. nikole: the museum is extending its hours all week
ABC
Jan 11, 2016 11:00pm EST
understands the problems we are facing. tom: both men had previously supported former new york governor george pataki who dropped out of the race in december. tomorrow senator ted cruz is scheduled to speak at a second amendment rally in hudson and a town hall meeting in londonderry. former first daughter chelsea clinton will be campaigning in new hampshire on her mother hillary clinton' s behalf. chelsea clinton has events planned in concord, manchester, and portsmouth. the upcoming republican debate will feature the fewest number of presidential candidates so seven candidates have been invited to appear in the primetime debate on thursday night, which will air on fox business network. the selection is based on the top six candidates in the 5 most recent national polls, and any candidate in the top 5 in either new hampshire or iowa. kentucky senator rand paul and former h.p. ceo carly fiorina didn' t make the cut for the main stage, as they have in the past. both have been invited to the so-called undercard debate, but paul says he won' t participate in anything that' s not the primetime deba
ABC
Oct 4, 2015 11:00pm EDT
. former new york governor george pataki as a trip planned. he will be in hanover tomorrow, then lebanon, keene, and arrive. donald trump is leading the field of republican presidential candidates. the latest poll shows his lead is shrinking. the nbc news-"wall street journal" poll shows trump with a five-point lead over carly fiorina. last month, a same poll had trump with a 16-point lead over his closest competitor john kasich. this poll was conducted after the second republican debate. former president george h.w. bush says he is healing well after breaking a bone in his neck this summer. bush fractured the vertebra in a fall in july. he continues to wear a neck brace. his chief of staff says the 91-year-old is almost back to 100% you would this week, he and home in kennebunkport, maine to return to their home in texas for the winter. the observation deck of the western observatory in manchester was open to visitors, but if you missed it, you have a chance. visits act as a fundraiser for the manchester historical association. the tower is 160 feet higher than elm street and is a great
ABC
Nov 6, 2015 1:07am EST
this time, lindsey graham and george pataki. tom: george pataki sat down in summers before roundtable debate about substance abuse. he talked about work is done in new jersey on addiction. ohio governor john kasich held a town hall in londonderry tonight in talk about his plans to balance the budget and create jobs by empowering local governments. the republican presidential candidate made stops in greenland and durham earlier today. kasich plans to officially file to be on the primary ballot. shelley: three major candidates ballot today. before today there had been party affiliation would be accepted. kristi has previously identified and run as a dependent. earlier in the day marco rubio stop by the secretary of state' s office and after getting up then, the florida senator officially filed for the primary. not long after rubio, a chanting crowd greeted carly fiorina. after filing her forms, she took time to thank supporters. tomorrow morning she will be on the view, and you can see that right here on wmur at 11:00 a.m. donald trump and ben carson now have secret service protection.
ABC
Feb 16, 2016 1:07am EST
news 9 : tonight. 2016 campaign trail first. former president george w. bush stomping with his brother. white appears jeff needs his brother support now more than ever. tom: comcast customers were dealing with the cable outage this morning. an update from the company on mike: chang the first time in this campaign, former president george w bush joined his brother on the campaign trail. jeb bush was introduced by his brother at an event in south carolina today. tom: as abc' s lana zak reports, both bush brothers continue to come under attack from donald trump. >> the man known as bush 43 was on the campaign trail trying to make younger brother jeb bush 45. >> we need someone who can fix the problems that cause our anger and frustration, and that' s jeb bush. >> and jeb needs the help. the south carolina republican primary on saturday could be his last stand against frontrunner donald trump, who owns a double-digit lead in polls there. even so, trump has been on the warpath against the bushes. >> the world trade center came down during your brother' s reign. remember that. >> i h
ABC
Jan 19, 2016 11:00pm EST
involvement of the expectations game firsthand. >> i listened to frank mankiewicz as he convinced george mcgovern that mcgovern should go downstairs to the ballroom and accept the victory. josh: mcgovern convinced the winner of the ' 72 primary despite losing to ed muskie, who had been predicted to win in a landslide. mcgovern went on to win the democratic nomination. >> bring it 20 years later, i decided that clinton ought to do the same thing. >> my recommendation to the campaign, i contacted them and harassed them with my suggestion was that clinton come down and claim the same thing at 5 minutes past 8, so the stations would go live and he would get the lead at that point in time. josh: to this day, many people still remember clinton as the winner, even though paul tsongas beat him. and while clinton was declaring victory, drama was playing out on the republican side, and carney was in the middle of it. night. president george h.w. bush lost the new hampshire primary by winning, beating insurgent pat buchanan by 15%. more damaging were the exit polls, some of which showed bush barely
ABC
Nov 7, 2015 1:07am EST
win. reporter: george pataki, and jim gilmore spoke at the red rally at the center in dover. fiorina focused on personal conviction, rather than policy. is only in this nation that a young woman can start out the way i did, typing and filing, and answering phones, go in the middle of a deep recession by the way, go on one day to become largest technology company in the world, and run for the presidency of the state. that is only possible in this nation. reporter: she also spoke of darker memories, like losing her stepdaughter to drug addiction. carly: maybe they have lost hope because the demons of addiction are taking over their lives. i saw that look and our daughter' her. look. she has survived it all. white house. carly: you know in your heart of great american. reporter: she says she looks forward to going against her wmur news 9. tom: increased security on u.s. bound flights after the plane crash in egypt coming up on news 9 at 11:00, plans for the department of homeland security to make sure flights are safe. shelley: health care costs are rising in new hampshire, how
ABC
Nov 29, 2016 11:00pm EST
-elect named elaine under president george w. bush. abc news also confirming that wall street veteran steven mnuchin was named treasury secretary. president-elect trump is said to be narrowing down his choices for secretary of state. >> he needs to choose someone that he's very comfortable with, that he knows there's going to be no daylight between him and them. shelley: trump also had dinner tonight with former republican presidential nominee mitt romney. president-elect is at least a few days away from making a decision for secretary of state. tom: ohio state university students returned to class today as the investigation continues into a student who went on a rampage. now isis is claiming responsibility. abc's kenneth moton has the latest from columbus. kenneth: it was back to class for an ohio state university community on edge. >> i don't think campus is as packed today, but there are kenneth: the talk of the campus? the fellow buckeye. 18-year-old abdul artan, who is accused of slamming his car into a crowd of people walking on the sidewalk near the engineering hall before slas
ABC
Oct 28, 2015 11:00pm EDT
, santorum, george pataki lindsey graham covered issues like climate change, hacking, and digital security. they also discussed the budget bill congress is set to prove this week. >> i think it' s a very bad deal. >> it' s a bad deal, but to protect our military, i would have signed it. >> this budget, if it' s paid for, will put $$40 billion back in the defense department. >> and im the one on this stage, and frankly both stages, who has actually gone to washington, said we would shake things up, and actually delivered on a conservative cause. shelley: during a lightning round of questions, bobby jindal admitted he still has a donald trump had not given out his phone number earlier this your, he probably wouldn' t have a smart phone. jeb bush will arrive in new hampshire tomorrow afternoon. he will meet with voters in portsmouth and hold a town hall meeting in new london. our commitment 2016 coverage continues on wmur.com with the breakdown of where all the candidates stand on the major issues. massachusetts state police say they arrested a man for making a international airport.
ABC
Nov 5, 2016 1:07am EDT
sides, gametime is 1pm on george zoulias field. the newport tigers will begin their quest to repeat as division three champions in looking to dethrone the champs. the giants have been solid on both sides of the ball all season, losing only to interlakes, bishop brady averages over 30 points per game while allowing about eleven, something the players credit to their preparation. >> we've been focused on the little things like every detail. we have broken down. conditioning has been a big key to our success this year. >> i'm expecting a h, played like every other playoff game. >> expect a hard run on saturday. i'm never played them in my four years here, and i think the whole team is looking for to it. >> brady and newport kickoff at 2:30 at memorial field in concord. the brady/newport winner gets either stevens or campbell in the semifinals. stevens gets home field over campbell based on the rating system, both teams are 6-2 entering the playoffs. similar teams with simmilar when it comes to defense, nobody was better than monadnock in division three this year, allowing less than 4 poin
ABC
Feb 5, 2016 11:00pm EST
pamerica. pat 10:00, we have a live phour-long edition of close up. pand then this week with george pstephanopoulos will have more panalysis at noon, followed by pmatter of fact. pif you want politics -- pshelley: it is all here. pcoming up on news 9 tonight. pa major earthquake hits taiwan, presidential building. pwhy the timing of this quake pleft so many people particularly pvulnerable. ptom: 45 years ago today derry' s palan shepard walked on the moon. pbut today' s anniversary also ptook on a somber tone. pmike: skies have cleared across pnew hampshire but how much sun pwe have over the weekend? pshelley: now to our ulocal hot pshot. pa brilliant sunset tonight after pthe snow storm moved out. pyou can submit your pictures and ptom: right now rescuers in ptaiwan are searching for psurvivors of an earthquake. p6.4 magnitude quake caused a presidential high-rise building pto collapse. pthe quake hit around 4:00 a.m. plocal time, so most of the eople inside the building were pasleep. pat least five people were killed pand search crews have pulled pmore than 200 survivors from the
ABC
Nov 19, 2015 11:00pm EST
for the state' s primary at noon. former new york governor george pataki also filed today. pataki admits he gave some thought to dropping out of the ecouragement he' s received to stay in it. for the new hampshire primary and doctor ben carson plans to sign the paperwork friday morning. shelley: it' s the question many of us have been pondering since last year' s snow melted, how much snow and cold will we be facing this year? our own meteorologist hayley lapoint has a look at our weather team' s winter forecast, and it may not be what you expected. haley: are we in for it, again? this was the scene from last year in southern new hampshire t soon be forgetting. our backs are still recovering from that 100 inches plus of snow some of us got. can we take another round this year? well, it looks like we won' t have to. el nino is back this winter and it' s one of the strongest on record. during an el nino, the water in the pacific ocean near the equator heats up. we can already tell this is going on because look at those , toasty temps, the ocean water is very warm. this crazy warmth
ABC
Nov 10, 2015 11:00pm EST
tonight because of their low polling senator lindsey graham and former governor george pataki. shelley: the next debate is coming up soon. the democrats debate this weekend. hillary clinton, bernie sanders, and martin o' malley will meet saturday night in iowa in a debate that will air on cbs. republicans are next scheduled to debate on december 15 in nevada. you' ll see that on cnn. the campaign trail will bring four republican candidates to new hampshire tomorrow. ted cruz, lindsey graham, rick santorum, and donald trump all have events planned in the granite state. democratic presidential candidate bernie sanders will also be campaigning here. you can find details in the candidate tracker in the politics section of wmur.com. tom: tonight democrat hillary clinton finished her two day visit to new hampshire with event at dartmouth college. she also met with veterans in derry this morning. wmur' s mike cronin has more on clinton' s message from hanover. >> hillary clinton' s final event of the day was at dartmouth college with a conversation focused on growing the economy mixed in with
ABC
Nov 13, 2016 11:00pm EST
for president george h w bush, john sununu, spoke to cnnb controversial and d has been involved in that controversy. it is a controversial appointment. if he is comfortable with it and it is someone he feels is giving him good advice, it is only important what donald trump thinks about that appointment. cherise: donald trump is crediting social media like twitter and facebook with helping him win the face -- with helping him win the white house in an interview, he said his campaign is proof that social media may now have more power than political advertising. but local social media experts says donald trump is using social media in a way that no one else can. >> donald trump almost has his own lane. there is really no playbook when it comes to social media for him. he is writing the playbook. cherise: while he is promising to tone it down, he did send out a series of attacking the new york times for its coverage. you may have heard about the healing aspects of horseback riding. for veterans with dt st, the weekend filled with horses was unexpected therapy. live and let live farm in
ABC
Sep 11, 2016 11:00pm EDT
are with they are playing without brady. also, nate's older and rob yankee bench. george w. bush and his wife were at the cowboys season opener against the giants. tony romo is out with injury. dac shepherd is in. he tosses this pass to does bryant, but the replay says bryant didn't have control. dallas settles for a field goal. 19 eli manning finds victor cruz for the go-ahead td and the salsa dance. giants up by one. 12 seconds left. prescott to williams is complete, but he doesn't get out of bounds. the giants and up winning like that, 20-19. nfl action, buffalo bills at the baltimore ravens, the wrecks wallace with the open field ahead, his first td of the game. the ravens go on to win this 113-7. cincinnati head coach marvin lewis wearing the new york fire department hat to honor the emotional day for the city, his bengals against the host new york jets. andy dalton with a huge play, a.j. green with the grab. the bengals l 1 fitzpatrick finds eric decker on the near side. it stayed close. jets down by one, fitzpatrick. for now, the red sox are still in first, but not by much. th
ABC
Jan 29, 2016 11:00pm EST
man who was once his competitor. george pataki will campaign on rubio' s behalf in nashua. shelley: on the campaign trail , candidates talk about their positions on the issues and it doesn' t leave much time to find out about the real person behind the candidate. with that in mind, wmur held candidate cafes, a chance for undecided voters to get to know those running for the highest office. please do join us this sunday at 1:00 p.m., for an encore presentation of candidate cafe, that will be right here on wmur. tom: coming up, after an awful start to 2016, markets ended january on a positive note. the sector driving the gains today. shelley: a teacher in derry preparing to take on a new role. hayley: showers pretty much tom: stocks soared on the last trading day of january with the dow up nearly 400 points at close. up for the rough start to the year, the worst beginning to a year on record. a strong quarter by microsoft drove today' s rally, which was led by technology companies. shelley: authorities in california think two inmates who are still on the run may be headed to fresno where
ABC
Feb 1, 2016 11:00pm EST
, george w bush in 2000, and barack obama in 2008. tom: tonight the focus is already shifting to the granite state as a trio of republican candidates get a head start on 9. jeb bush, chris christie and , john kasich are all here to stay for the next 8 days. they were here today as well. wmur political reporter adam sexton joins us now with a wrap up of the day on the first in the nation campaign trail. adam: as former senator judd gregg said tonight in manchester s time to pick presidents. and the candidates here tonight are all pitching themselves as the alternative to donald trump. >> do you want someone so unstable, so unserious, to be commander in chief? no. >> thank you. >> adam hitting the first in the : nation homestretch jeb bush is looking to break from the pack and take down donald trump, who he says is trying to insult his way to the presidency. >> that is not leadership. that is not what we need in washington, dc. and the two other candidates that are likely to emerge in iowa are two people that are back-benchers who' ve never done anything of consequence in their : bush
ABC
Feb 12, 2016 11:00pm EST
kimmel live!" tonight -- george clooney. plus dave salmoni and animals. with cleto and the cletones. and now, most of all, here's jimmy kimmel!
ABC
Oct 15, 2015 11:00pm EDT
-- domestic violence often go hand in hand. former new york governor george pataki was in newport this evening. tomorrow, he has stops planned in windham and manchester. tom: coming up tonight at 11:00, there are new developments in the bombing of pan am flight 103 over lockerbie, scotland. a new suspect investigators are looking at. shelley: concord high school principle is battling als, and his school community is backing him up. the fundraiser they have planned this weekend. the tom: president obama is keeping american troops in afghanistan longer than planned. nearly 10,000 u.s. service members will be stationed in the country through most of next year. there will be 5500 members in afghanistan when president obama leaves office. military leaders have pushed for american troops to give additional help to afghan forces. shelley: two new suspects have been identified in the 1988 bombing of a bombing -- airplane over lockerbie, scotland. tom: one forced officials in scotland say there is a legal national suspects in the pan am 103 bombing. only one person has ever been convicted in co
ABC
Oct 20, 2015 11:00pm EDT
now on the open market. the former georgia b chandler home in -- george b chandler 10,000 square feet of living space, and a level of craftsmanship unheard of in modern-day construction. the original owner and builder ran the and miskick mill in the 1800s. the property was later donated to the diocese of manchester. when the bishop moved out, a convent moved in. not surprisingly, the assessed value of the property is more than $600,000, but for the list >> it' s going to be shocking, but it' s $29,900. adam: greg barrett of casbah realty who is handling this listing says there is one catch you at once you buy this home, you can' t keep it here. the entire structure must be moved to a new location to make way for a parking lot, which will give the aging parish of saint hedwig next-door easier access. >> it' s a difficult situation, but the church is the tempting to be very sympathetic to the historical significance of this home. adam: barrett estimates that moving the home locally could cost $200,000 to $300,000. he says since sunday, cause of coming across the country, meaning that if
ABC
Nov 5, 2015 1:07am EST
lead to one point again 27 points, 7 assists and paul george quickly answered with a 3. pacers up with 10 rebounds pacers take it 100-98. the c' s who are 1-3 this season, washington wizards. it' semifinals in boys division one, hanover and londonderry played in nashua. londonderry jayden west shoots and tarik dallahi grabs the rebound and scores 2-1 lancers. about 30 seconds later hanover asa berolzheimer gets an indirect kick and scores tying it went thru double overtime to penalty kicks. jaden west scores for the lancers. keep the game going. sam strohbhen takes the shot, saved by cameron wheeler. cannot believe it. londonderry wins on penalty kicks. londonderry going to the championship game. they will take on concord. the lancers took a towel games the first down since 2011. division iii semifinals, taking the portsmouth clippers in red, taking on sam cavallaro and the windham jaguars. this one played in exeter and portsmouth jack leger with corner kick and ian stratos heads it just over the net. penalty kicks windham jon ferri is stopped on his shot. goal. ryder valinski bea
ABC
Dec 8, 2015 11:00pm EST
for. go back and read what george washington said about how we must resist bigotry. read about what religious freedom means, how our constitution enshrines it. as far as addressing the threat from isis against its homeland, in a one-on-one interview with news 9, clinton said the government must do more. >> we have to do everything we can to up our game. >> here on the ground in new hampshire, longtime clinton supporters say they like where things stand. >> i' m feeling very comfortable with it, full well knowing there is a lot of work to do and a lot of voters to reach. adam: this was secretary clinton' hampshire in just nine days. her next to back here will be for the wmur debate coming up. next week. adam sexton, wmur news numeral line. -- news 9. shelley: we' re roughly two months away from new hampshire primary and donald trump is still the strong frontrunner in the republican field. the latest wmur cnn granite state poll shows trump leading the pack with 32%, 18 points higher then marco rubio with 14%, chris christie is at 9% it' s a tight race after that with the biggest drop
ABC
Sep 18, 2016 11:00pm EDT
greek festival at st. george greek orthodox church favorites along with music, dancing and crafts. organizers say the has been a steady stream of music all -- steady stream of people all weekend long. >> they have a really good time and we have a great time putting it on. >> it has been one of the best days. from the day it started until today is a great long run. >> despite the patriots playing, many peoe hours of the event which wrapped up at 3:00. outdoor enthusiasts gathered today for a hunting and fishing expo. new hampshire fish and game and a number of nonprofits hosted the event. attendees were able to purchase hunting and fishing licenses. new england veterans spent the day in the nation's capital thanks to honor flight new england. >> good evening everyone. we started up the day and you can see clouds and fog even some showers. this afternoon some of us got to see a little sunshine. we could certainly use a little bit more rain. 0.12 inches of rainfall in salem and claremont stop just over a tent of an inch in rochester and less than that in manchester. there is more on
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Feb 28, 2016 11:30pm EST
. >> george miller, "mad max: fury road." >> it was an opportunity to do what i attempted to do back then, but to use the new >> and the oscar goes to -- alejandro g. inarritu, "the revenant." >> this is the fourth oscar and seventh nomination for alejandro g. inarritu. he took home three oscars last >> thank you to the academy. i can't believe this is happening, i -- it is amazing to receive this award tonight. but -- it's much more beautiful for me to share it with all the talent and crazy cast and along the continent that made this film possible, to all and each of you. i thank you from my heart. leo -- you are "the revenant." thank you for giving every soul, your soul, your heart. your life. tom hardy, all the native american cast, all the english american cast, thank you very much for your trust, for your talent. i want to thank chivo, thank you for bringing the light to this journey and i want to thank, too, to arnold milton, thank you for your unconditional support. my producers, all the people -- i -- i am very lucky to be here tonight, okay? but unfortunately, many others haven't
ABC
Oct 6, 2015 11:00pm EDT
: former new york governor george pataki is campaigning in new hampshire today. this evening, the republican presidential candidate was in rye, where former senator scott brown has been hosting republicans for a no b.s. barbecue as he calls it in his backyard. this was the last of six stops pataki made during his latest trip here. democratic presidential candidate lincoln chafee wrapped up his date by meeting the cheshire county democrats in keene. he' s the former governor of rhode island. this afternoon he also met with voters in exeter. shelley: two republican presidential candidates arrive tomorrow, south carolina senator lindsey graham has a 10 day visit plan. he has a town hall meeting in brookline on the agenda tomorrow. new jersey governor chris christie will be new hampshire for three days and will hold for town hall meetings during that time. tomorrow' s event is in raymond. the town of marlborough is under a boil water notice right now. a water sample taken yesterday tested positive for e. coli. residents should not drink water without boiling it first. officials are no
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Oct 16, 2015 11:00pm EDT
our headquarters in new hampshire to get it open, get it working jean: fellow gop-er george republicans in manchester. mr. pataki: i think as we get to february here in nh ans as the process rolls forward, americans are goin got want a responsible leader. jean: we caught up rand paul bowling a spare to kick off his weekend in the granite state saying he stands out in the pack mr. paul: there are a lot of candidates and you have to break through but i think the good thing about my candidacy is that i think we have our own niche. jean: democrat martin o' malley took the stage at a housing forum hosted by st. anselm college. republican mike huckabee attended the same forum his first visit to new hampshire since april. mr. huckabee: with 324 republican candidates in the primary, not everybody is playing everywhere. jean: but he played here jamming on stage with scott brown' s jean: and republican donald trump wasn' t far from hillary clinton tonight holding a rally in tyngsboro, massachusetts where he said he will win the bay state and that his crowds are so large he could fill
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Dec 14, 2015 11:00pm EST
candidates will debate in an earlier debate, senator lindsey graham, george petaca he, and rick santorum along with my cut the be. and the places are determined to poll numbers, and donald trump will be at center stage with senator ted crews to his left, in a virtual tie, and the quinnipiac poll has donald trump this is also within the margin of error. >> ted crews -- cruz knows how to do the street he knows he is stoking the evangelical vote. tom: dr. ben carson has 10%, and no other candidate polled above 5%. live pictures where you can see misty and very foggy conditions, and we may even have a bit of thunder overnight. let' s get the details now from chief meteorologist mike haddad. my: and what a warm start to the season, no question about it. take a look at mount washington. he then mind that the normal high temperature in the valleys, concord and points out, 36. this late hour in the evening, at 39. the southwest. during the overnight, so we will see lower 50' s to around 60 by daybreak, and the wind is moving on through, but we will get a bit of a lull. just a bit of dri
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Jan 13, 2016 1:07am EST
unpopular like jimmy carter or george w. bush. his favorability hovers under 50%. his presidency a time of turmoil and division and bitter angry politics. and hoped when he burst on to the scene with a speech that ignited the 2004 democratic convention. >> we are one people, all of us plenling allegiance to the stars and stripes. all of us defending the united states of america. >> reporter: after tonight, no more of these presidential moments are left to him. america has come to know this couple, this historic first family, and watched as their girls grew up and watched as their dad grew gray. >> thank you. god bless you. god bless the united states of america. >> reporter: for "nightline," i'm terry moran. >> on this night of politics we're reminded of the words of one of our former presidents, there's nothing wrong with america that cannot be cured by what is right with america. thank you for watching. tune in to "good morning america" first thing in the morning. as always, online 24/7, "nightline" facebook page and on abcnews.com. shelley: now at 11:00, a state police cruiser w
ABC
Jan 23, 2016 1:07am EST
decades. collects i started with ronald reagan, howard baker, george bush. jean: did we mention he has a photographic memory? he picked up the camera at 14 with a childhood dream to be published in life magazine he' s done that 3 times. now he' s focused on this primary , known for capturing the extra-ordinary moment on the campaign trail. campaign event, chris christie staring down a bolt. flax one thing i always try to do is come up with something not. i have covered just about everyone who has run for the last 30 years. jean: wmur political reporter john distaso is considered the most experienced political writer in the state. he' s moving into double digit primary territory. this will be his 10th. >> the democratic convention. >> so many memories of candidates. jean: he' s noticing more of a national press presence and how technology is speeding up the political presses. >> it' s so much different now because of social media, because of the internet, constant deadlines. there' s no deadline and yet very minute is a deadline. >> i think new hampshire has been a very interesting
ABC
Oct 30, 2016 11:00pm EDT
starts to do better. mike:. he points out in a close race in 2000 between george bush and al gore new hampshire's electoral , votes made a difference. if gore won here, the election controversy would have been irrelevant. mike cronin, wmur news 9. cherise: this week, senator bernie sanders and chelsea clinton will campaign in the granite state. sanders will hold get out the vote rallies on tuesday in and chelsea clinton will also stop in hanover and keene on friday. here in new hampshire more than half a dozen statewide candidates converged on temple adath yeshurun in manchester for a forum. in the race for the statehouse corner office democrat colin van ostern and republican chris sununu differed on whether they would sign, as governor, what is known as an anti-bds bill, fighting boycotts, divestment and sanctions against israel. >> extremism on either side doesn't work. it should be opposed and i would oppose it. >> i think i would. it would depend on the content of the legislation. i think it's important a governor be careful not to overpromise until they have seen an actual bill.
ABC
Oct 5, 2016 1:07am EDT
killed in a fire in seabrook. 63-year-old george winn died from smoke inhalation. winn was found dead inside an apartment on lafayette road yesterday morning. the state fire marshal's office says the fire was accidental and shelley: now to the state route. two more towns have declared mandatory water restrictions as part of the state is suffering from an extreme drought. people must cut back. wmur's kristen pope talk to folks in both towns and explains the fines you may face if you break the ban in pelham. reporter: the town is one of two places that activated it water restriction. you will see the guidelines poed supposed to do. to start, don't water your lawn. town officials say there is more at stake than keeping your grass green as we face an extreme drought. >> you can't take a shower. you can't brush your teeth. you can't do anything. reporter: to prevent this they are mandating situations to restrict water. but he understands the bigger picture. >> everyone wants to have the nicest lawn but we have been talking to each other. everyone is in the understanding that it must b
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Nov 18, 2015 11:00pm EST
, wmur news9. tom: george pataki will also file tomorrow. and dr. ben carson will be here on friday to officially file his paperwork. shelley: so far this year 290 five people have died of drug overdoses in new hampshire, evan of them in berlin. stephanie woods was at the facing heroine for him in berlin where there were scary statistics for parents. stephanie: 93% higher than those in other high schools. hundreds back to high school trying to bring that number and others down to zero. >> it' s a community problem. when we identified community problem, we can also turn around and identity -- identify community solution. >> more than 200 people -- 250 people came together to find a s heroine epidemic. bob thompson of berlin public schools says their high school has one of the worst heroin abuse rates in the state. >> i think there may be some connection with the socioeconomic status. i know that a lot of people have opinions on why that is. we' ve got a couple of prisons in town, and i think we' re all down here pointing outside of ourselves for finding a reason for it. stephanie: berli
ABC
Oct 5, 2015 11:00pm EDT
republican candidates have events tomorrow. former new york governor george pataki is on the second day of his latest visit. he will hold a meeting greet in lebanon, meet with cheshire county republicans in keene, and hold a town hall in a riot -- in rye. florida senator marco rubio arrives for a two-day visit. tomorrow night, he will attend a party in bedford. wednesday, he has offense in dover and wolfeboro. tom: the state supreme court has rejected derry' safety. three people sued when counselors did nothing, and the tuesday, october 13. polls will be open from 7:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m. shelley: frisbie memorial hospital in rochester is making a groundbreaking move. they are working with local pharmacies to make narcan available over-the-counter for addicts, as well as the people who can save them if they overdose. frisbee is doing what they can to put an end to the heroin epidemic. >> we want to put all the effort into working together collaboratively to stop this epidemic. shelley: today, the hospital announced a partnership with local pharmacies. a physicians have pre-signed a sta
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Dec 12, 2015 11:00pm EST
living, learning, and wellness north building. the track is named after george davis, a 1963 graduate of plymouth state and hall of fame track coach at umass lowell, psu is in its first year with a varsity track and field program, plymouth freshman isaiah bolden was the star of the day. he won the long jump and the 60 meter high hurdles. both times were diii new england championship qualifying times. expected to play tomorrow. we will see. stephanie: knock on wood. i' m sure you' hayley: the forecast down in texas, a lot warmer. stephanie: that does it tonight. phil! oh no... (under his breath) hey man! hey peter. (unenthusiastic) oh... ha ha ha! joanne? is that you? it's me... you don't look a day over 70. am i right? r jingle jingle. if you're peter pan, you stay young forever. it's what you do. if you want to save fifteen percent or more on car insurance, you switch to geico. you make me feel so young... it's what you do. you make me feel so spring has sprung. paris: there's a lot to do on a dairy farm. nobody's gonna do it for you. you have to get out there and do it yourself. ber
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Nov 6, 2015 11:00pm EST
secretary until i was a ceo. we will have to go to the litanies to the left to win. reporter: george pataki, and jim gilmore spoke at the red rally at the center in dover. fiorina focused on personal conviction, rather than policy. carly: i am keenly aware that it is only in this nation that a young woman can start out the way i did, typing and filing, middle of a deep recession by the way, go on one day to become the chief executive of the largest technology company in the world, and run for the presidency of the state. that is only possible in this nation. reporter: she also spoke of darker memories, like losing her stepdaughter to drug addiction. carly: maybe they have lost hope because the demons of addiction are taking over their lives. i saw that look and our daughter' s eyes before we buried her. i know too many people see that look. reporter: the former ceo says she has survived it all. and they need a fighter in the white house. carly: you know in your heart of hearts, you want to see media great american. reporter: she says she looks forward to going against her opponent on
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Feb 4, 2016 11:00pm EST
george w. bush will join his younger brother on the campaign trail in south carolina and next week. stephanie woods, wmur news 9. tom: donald trump pointed to his washington outsider status tonight at a town hall in portsmouth. >> washington is gridlocked. nothing happens. and nothing is going to happen if you folks vote in more of these politicians. these politicians don' t have it. they' re all talk, they' re no action. : candidate added events to his scheduled today going from two events to five, the most he' s ever planned in one day for the campaign trail. he' ll be in londonderry tomorrow. the first question for senator ted cruz at a town hall in laconia tonight was about the future of social security. >> for those on social security or near retirement, there should be no changes whatsoever, nothing, not a penny, nothing changes. we have made promises and we need to honor those commitments. tom: he wants to gradually raise the retirement age for younger workers, and change the rate of benefit increases so it matches the rate of inflation. cruz has an event planned for tomorro
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